What Would Jesus Do?
The Archbishop of Canterbury has written a thoughtful piece in the Christmas double issue of Radio Times (some of which is reproduced here on his own site) where he takes on the way the Occupy movement has taken up the popular evangelical slogan, ‘What would Jesus do?’ (WWJD). Dr Williams points out that Jesus is often more about asking people questions than giving them answers, and when religion is like that, it is often at its most constructive. There is further background on the BBC website in a piece by Stephen Tomkins of Ship Of Fools.
What do you think? How easy, possible or desirable is it to answer the WWJD question?
Posted on December 8, 2011, in Current Affairs, Religion and tagged Archbishop of Canterbury, Radio Times, Rowan Williams, Ship Of Fools, Stephen Tomkins, What Would Jesus Do, WWJD. Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.