We've got to trust the politicians with these decisions.
When the fire of prayer goes out, the barrenness of busyness takes over.
I think what Calvinism may offer us is that God's in charge of his world.
God loves us all, wants us all to share his kingdom, has a role for us all.
I see no room in holy Scripture for any sexual activity outside of matrimony.
In my time as Archbishop of Canterbury I've seen a growing sense of unity and mission.
I believe with all my heart that the Church of Jesus Christ should be a Church of blurred edges.
And here at our Anglican Consultative Council, we have many reports of growth and great encouragement.
People have described me as a management bishop but I say to my critics, Jesus was a management expert too.
We've got to find ways of confronting the issues that divide - and at the heart of cultural issues, you often find religions.