Sun, 24 Aug 14
26 days remaining
Cora Sherlock, the deputy Chair of the Irish Pro-Life Campaign and the writer and journalist Fintan O'Toole debate the issues in the most recent abortion case in the Republic. Justice minister David Ford also comments on how this affects us. What is the multicultural agenda here and how do our traditional tribal divisions impact new visions for our post-conflict multi-ethnic society? A discussion with journalist Peter Gegeoghan, Anna Lo MLA and Arnold Hatch Craigavon Councillor and deputy chair of Northern Ireland Strategic Migration Partnership Andy McCourt is the senior pastor at the Christian Fellowship Church in East Belfast and has just returned from a trip to Mumbai. Ruth Cook works with the International Justice Movement. They discuss the issue of human trafficking with William. And a tribute to our colleague and friend, Gerry Anderson.
Sun, 17 Aug 14
19 days remaining
If ISIS came to your town would you turn the other cheek or pick up a gun? We'll ask if Christian pacifism makes any sense in the wake of what many regard as a genocide in Iraq. Plus prisons are not fit for purpose, and they're failing prisoners and society, says former MP Denis MacShane. The Archbishop of Armagh tells Lord Carey he is wrong about Assisted Dying. And as the new Star Wars Movie is filmed on Skellig Michael, one theologian says the Force is with us.
Sun, 10 Aug 14
12 days remaining
On this week's Everyday Ethics with William Crawley, the Christian exodus from Iraq - is an unfolding genocide being ignored by the west? Outing the bishops - the gay rights campaigner who's threatening to name some prominent names. And a former Israeli artillery officer thinks Israel's 50 year-long occupation of Palestinian territories is a "cursed victory".
Sun, 3 Aug 14
5 days remaining
We hear from a senior Israeli government official and from Amnesty International on the on-going conflict. Dabbling in the stuff of other peoples souls? Would the world be a better place if the United States butted out? And one day you'll say sorry - A Presbyterian minister predicts churches will eventually seek forgiveness for their treatment of gays.
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