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Archbishop William Temple


Christianity is the most materialistic of all great religions.

Reading in St John's Gospel vol 1. (1939) Introduction by William Temple

William Temple (1881-1944) was Archbishop of Canterbury from 1942 to 1944. Born in Exeter, England, Temple became an ordained priest in 1909 while a fellow and lecturer (1904-1910) in philosophy at Queen's College, University of Oxford. He rose rapidly in the hierarchy of the Church of England, from bishop of Manchester (1921-1929) to archbishop of York (1929-1942) and then of Canterbury.

He was a leading figure in the ecumenical movement and encouraged the formation of the British Council of Churches and the World Council of Churches.


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