As one of the leading authorities on the Christian Church today, Ted Harrison opens up the Church of England to reveal the main contenders for one of the most difficult jobs in the world. He considers the crisis of faith that grips many countries in the West and asks whether the Church can ever again find a meaningful role in a secular society.
How the Archbishop is selected, the role of the British monarchy, and the spiritual and political influences on the final decision are all considered in this unique insight into the church today. More people still attend church than watch sport and yet the question still remains: "Will the next Archbishop stand up?".