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Life and Faith: War

100 years on from the start of World War I how do we remember and interpret what happened?

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Seven Days that divide the world

John Lennox explains how he understands the Genesis creation accounts.

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Doubt and Grace

Francis Spufford on why doubt is an important companion to faith and why grace is so appealing.

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Life and Faith: Nick Spencer

Life and Faith speaks to Nick Spencer about his book Atheists: The Origin of the Species

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Unreasonable faith: is forgiveness rational?

Miroslav Volf explains how the irrational act of forgiveness can actually make sense.

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Life and Faith: Islam and Christianity

Richard Shumack joins Life and Faith to discuss the differences between Islam and Christianity.

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Collective Memory: dementia, identity and community

John Swinton speaks to CPX about the challenges posed by the growing number of dementia sufferers

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Life and Faith: Faith in the Public Sphere

Miroslav Volf explains why religion should not be simply a private affair.

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To Kill a Priest

A new Irish film, Calvary, looks unflinchingly at the fallout of the abuse scandal in the church.

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Life and Faith: A Good Place to Hide

Peter Grose speaks to Life and Faith about the rescue of Jews during WWII by French villagers.

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Zoe’s Story: where life begins and ends

Helen Thomas shares the story of the short life of her daughter Zoe.

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Life and Faith: Lying

The Life and Faith team discusses the importance we place on truth and if it is ever ok to lie

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Le Chambon: A good place to hide

Peter Grose tells the story of the town of Le Chambon which saved around 3,500 Jews in World War Two

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Life and Faith: Claire Zorn

Claire Zorn discusses her novel, The Sky so Heavy, and the portrayal of Christians in books and film

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The Unexpected Jesus

Francis Spufford explains why he finds Jesus such a compelling figure.

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