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Father Harry Williams (1919–2006)

Father Harry Williams was a priest, teacher and monk who came to be regarded as one of the outstanding Anglican theologians of his day. He was one of the group of theologians, commonly associated with Cambridge, whose discontent with traditional methods of Christian teaching and preaching found voice among the post-war generation in a call for a reform more radical than any mere “restatement” of accepted Christian standards in faith and morals. Apart from that “rogue elephant” Bishop John Robinson, Williams was perhaps the most controversial and widely influential figure in the group. Along with Michael Ramsey, Alan Ecclestone, W. H. Vanstone and Rowan Williams, Father Williams was one of the very few outstanding Anglican theologians of the post-war years.

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