Madeleine Bunting on religious doubt.
"Doubt is a glorious reminder of our limitations as human beings, of how suspicious we should be of certainty".
Journalist and writer Madeleine Bunting makes the case for doubt in religion - why religious doubt is a 'glorious reminder' of our limitations as human beings, why we should always be suspicious of the certainty that breeds intolerance, and how the doubt she so feared as a child has now become a useful ally.
Madeleine Bunting is the third of five contributors making The Case for Doubt - that it is much more meaningful than certainty and much more valuable than fixed opinions and beliefs.
First broadcast in April 2012.