The Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr. Rowan Williams, has consistently argued that rich nations should forgive the debts of poorer ones. Now, he faces a costly dilemma of his own, the Telegraph (British) website reports today (November 20, 2011).
His publisher, Darton, Longman and Todd, is struggling to pay off its debts and is seeking a company voluntary arrangement, which could mean the archbishop being asked to write off 75 percent of the 15,000 pounds that he is owed.
The publisher has brought out several of Dr. Williams's books, including "Resurrection: Why Study the Past?" and "Open to Judgement."