Keith Ward

Keith Ward was formerly the Regius Professor of Divinity and Head of the Faculty of Theology at the University of Oxford. A priest of the Church of England and Canon of Christ Church, Oxford, he holds Doctor of Divinity degrees from Cambridge and Oxford Universities. He has lectured at the universities of Glasgow, St. Andrew's and Cambridge.


Ramiro Quezadahas quoted2 years ago
Journeys not only beckon us to potential adventures that lie ahead, but they also bring with them personal transformations, allowing us to see things differently upon returning home. This is one of the principal reasons we take journeys: they change us and the way we view the world. The value of a journey does not exist only for the one who takes it, however. After all, what good are journeys if they cannot be shared?
Ramiro Quezadahas quoted2 years ago
Life, of course, consists of all manner of journeys
Ramiro Quezadahas quoted2 years ago
For millions of people, the most important journey is their spiritual journey, their journey with—or to—God
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