‘Mistrust and suspicion is not holy,’ says Archbishop Welby

Posted by Kendall Harmon

Archbishop Justin said damage caused by the financial crisis in 2008, which has severely undermined trust in society, may take "a generation" to repair.

This negativity has crept into the church, he said, citing last year's synod debate on women bishops as an example. We have a culture where it is assumed that "if one person is in favour of something they must be bitterly against everything else,” he said.

“If we start with mistrust, our capacity to cope with events becomes crippled, inadequate, impossible.”

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