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A mother who can't forgive her daughter's killers
A mother who can't forgive her daughter's killers

Duration: 06:44

Julie Nicholson, an ordained priest, explains why she cannot forgive the suicide bomber who killed her daughter Jenny.

 
A mother's forgiveness for her son's killers
A mother's forgiveness for her son's killers

Duration: 06:16

Can you and should you forgive a crime committed towards someone you love? We hear how the mother of Anthony Walker forgave her son's murderers.

 
An arsonist who changed his life
An arsonist who changed his life

Duration: 03:25

A convicted arsonist talks about how restorative justice has helped him, now as a Christian, with his life and notions of forgiveness.

 
Christians and Muslims build links in Indonesia
Christians and Muslims build links in Indonesia

Duration: 01:47

Christians are trying to improve interfaith relationships by cooking meals for Muslims fasting during Ramadan.

 
Creating a new world (pt 1/4)
Creating a new world (pt 1/4)

Duration: 00:03:55

A group of 14-16-year-old students from a school in Wolverhampton consider the visionary and community aspects of religion. They choose between anarchy, authority, democracy, debate enterprise and equality.

 
Creating a new world (pt 2/4)
Creating a new world (pt 2/4)

Duration: 02:35

A group of 14-16-year-old students from a school in Wolverhampton consider the visionary and community aspects of religion. The students discuss what sort of government there should be.

 
Creating a new world (pt 3/4)
Creating a new world (pt 3/4)

Duration: 04:02

A group of 14-16-year-old students from a school in Wolverhampton consider the visionary and community aspects of religion and what role religion has in their new society.

 
Creating a new world (pt 4/4)
Creating a new world (pt 4/4)

Duration: 02:34

A group of 14-16-year-old students from a school in Wolverhampton consider the visionary and community aspects of religion.

 
Desmond Tutu  criticises Anglican Church’s homophobia
Desmond Tutu criticises Anglican Church’s homophobia

Duration: 03:17

Desmond Tutu, retired Archbishop of Cape Town, South Africa, has said that the Church has an 'obsession' with sexuality when it should be focusing on issues such as poverty.

 
Forgive your enemies
Forgive your enemies

Duration: 01:24

A 60 second sermon deliverd by Pam White, an ex-policewoman affected by the IRA bombings in the 1980s.

 
Gay relationships
Gay relationships

Duration: 01:52

Seven young adults from seven different religious viewpoints talk about gay relationships.

 
God and suffering
God and suffering

Duration: 02:43

Reporter CN offers some personal reflections on Psalm 88 following his televised reports of the famine in Ethiopia.

 
Is there a place for religion in society?
Is there a place for religion in society?

Duration: 02:50

Twenty 14-16-year-old students from a school in Wolverhampton consider the visionary and community aspects of religion. If comets and meteor showers destroyed the society we know, what would be worth rebuilding? In this clip, the students discuss what role religion has in their new society.

 
Jill Saward explains why she forgave her rapists
Jill Saward explains why she forgave her rapists

Duration: 02:25

Jill Saward explains her Christian reasons for forgiving the men who raped her when they broke into her home to steal various items.

 
Should we forgive?
Should we forgive?

Duration: 00:44

A brief summary is presented of the emphasis and importance placed on forgiveness by Christians.

 
The Holocaust
The Holocaust

Duration: 03:49

Young Jews talk with a Holocaust survivor.

 
The role of palliative care in the hospice movement
The role of palliative care in the hospice movement

Duration: 00:47

A brief explanation about the hospice movement started by Cicely Saunders.

 
What place is there for religion in society?
What place is there for religion in society?

Duration: 02:33

What if the world as we know it ended? A group of 20 young people discuss what aspects of society would be worth rebuilding.

 
What would Jesus do - about anger? (pt 2/3)
What would Jesus do - about anger? (pt 2/3)

Duration: 02:39

Two boys playing a computerised 'What Would Jesus Do' game consider what Jesus would do when faced with a decision about Jesus' response to the money changers in the temple.

 
What would Jesus do - about authority? (pt 1/3)
What would Jesus do - about authority? (pt 1/3)

Duration: 03:46

Two boys playing a computerised 'What Would Jesus Do' game consider what Jesus would do when faced with a decision about authority.

 
What would Jesus do - story of a woman caught in adultery (pt 3/3)
What would Jesus do - story of a woman caught in adultery (pt 3/3)

Duration: 02:27

Two boys playing a computerised 'What Would Jesus Do' game consider what sort of person Jesus was after considering how he dealt with a woman caught in adultery.

 
Would the world be a better place without religion?
Would the world be a better place without religion?

Duration: 01:40

Seven young adults from seven different religious viewpoints talk about whether the world would be a better place without religion.

 
You shall not steal
You shall not steal

Duration: 01:07

A man has abandoned his Catholic roots for a life of stealing, but at a price.

 

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