Heart and Soul: Faith Perspectives

Heart and Soul: Faith Perspectives

Explore the role of faith, spirituality and religious practice in the lives of people around the world. Heart and Soul offers insights into personal life stories, current events and trends, and explores where these intersect with religious practice and values. Covering all major religions, it offers valuable insights into how different faith communities think and live, as well as discussion of ethical matters. Regular presenters include Christopher Landau; Richard Coles; and Michael Ford. Broadcast weekly on Saturdays.

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  • Jonah and Isaiah

    Sun, 20 Apr 14

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    28 mins

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    Clive Lawton tells the story of two of the most famous Old Testament prophets. Clive asks how we would relate to these mythical figures if they were around today and how relevant their thoughts and ideas are in the modern world.

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  • Faith in Oman - Part Two

    Sat, 12 Apr 14

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    What absolute monarch Sultan Qaboos's 'benevolent dictatorship' has done for Oman's climate of exceptional religious tolerance.

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  • Faith in Oman - Part One

    Sat, 5 Apr 14

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    Accepting the Other: The Gulf state of Oman grants faiths other than Islam a surprising amount of freedom. Could the Omani model catch on elsewhere?

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  • Sheikh Muhammad al-Yaqoubi

    Sat, 29 Mar 14

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    27 mins

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    Now living in exile in Morocco, Sheikh Muhammad al-Yaqoubi says his role is to provide that hope to the Syrian people. Shelagh Fogarty talks to him about the moral dilemmas of supporting armed protest, and the role of clerics and scholars in bringing about political reform in Syria.

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