The Times Online (UK) has a short item featuring Archbishop Rowan Williams on bullying people into belief:
In a speech at Guildford cathedral, Dr Williams criticised those who believed they had all the answers and treated non-Christians as if their traditions of reflection and imagination were of no interest to anyone. “God save us from that kind of approach,” he said.
Williams also took on the opposite issue: wimpy believers.
But he added: “God save us also from the nervousness about our own conviction that doesn’t allow us to say we speak about Jesus because we believe he matters, we believe he matters, because we believe that in him human beings find their peace, their destinies converge, and their dignities are fully honoured.”
The title of his speech, though, shows us the problematic position of pluralism (sorry about the alliteration!):
In his address, titled “The Finality of Christ in a Pluralist World”, Dr Williams addressed difficulties modern Christians have with Biblical texts which suggest that Christianity is the only path to salvation.
Here’s the link to the speech (on the website of The Archbishop of Canterbury).