One of the most controversial clerics of his generation, Jonathan has survived an air emergency, smuggled bibles, escaped tear gas and machine guns, rescued flood victims, carried poor children to hospital from Calcutta's streets, worked barefoot with Mother Teresa, served as an Anglican cleric, led an inter-faith pilgrimage to Auschwitz, raised over 250,000, pioneered independent ministry, baptised on Mount Snowdon, married underwater and given communion to sex workers. Arrested three times, for a peace protest at Westminster, nailing his 95 theses to Canterbury cathedral and taking his children onto a roof, he has always challenged the status quo, writing 'For God's Sake Don't Go to Church' in 1999. He did the first gay wedding on prime time TV in 2001, sued The Daily Mail, was elected Archbishop of the Open Episcopal Church in 2006, blessed Jade Goody's marriage in 2009 and was invited to Downing Street in 2013. This is Jonathan's third book. His second, 'That Old Devil Called God Again', is to be published in 2014."