“This world can be saved from political chaos and collapse by one thing only — that is worship” of the living and true God.
– William Temple (the 98th Archbishop of Canterbury who was born in 1881 and died October 27, 1944. He was a passionate lover of the music of Bach. In literature, his special enthusiasms were poetry (Browning and Shelley), drama (the Greeks and Shakespeare), and a few novels, especially The Brothers Karamazov. He believed that theological ideas were often explored most effectively by writers who were not explicitly writing theology.