Analysis Of Rowan Williams's Argument

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In the first excerpt, Rowan Williams’s argument suits its purpose by enabling the audience to fight for what they, and he, believe. Williams makes the note that “The Bible has no arguments for the existence of God.” as a way of making his argument that there is no uncertainty, or that what he believes has no need to prove itself to skeptics, but that it’s omittance of an argument suggests that there is no argument because the principal is already certain. In better words, his excerpt has the purpose of reasoning that there is no argument to be made. Another example of Williams’s text being suited to its purpose is when he states “At one level, you have to see that the very angst and struggle they bring to the relation with God itself a
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