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Wrestling with God

Andrew Graystone presents an act of worship recorded at this year's Greenbelt Festival, an event celebrating faith, social justice and the arts which has been held since 1974.

Andrew Graystone presents an act of worship recorded at this year's Greenbelt Festival.

Attended by over 20,000 people, Greenbelt is a festival celebrating faith, social justice and the arts which has been held annually since 1974. For the past decade its home for the August Bank Holiday weekend has been Cheltenham Racecourse, where people of faith and of no faith have rubbed shoulders with the likes of the Archbishop of Canterbury, Cliff Richard, Billy Bragg, The Proclaimers and U2, discussing and wrestling with life's big questions.

Amongst other things, this act of worship will feature a reflection from Stanley Hauerwas, Professor of Theological Ethics at Duke University, North Carolina, and the voices of poets Jude Simpson and Roger McGough, presenter of BBC Radio 4's 'Poetry Please'.

Producer: Simon Vivian.

40 minutes

Last on

Sun 5 Sep 2010 08:10

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  • Sun 5 Sep 2010 08:10

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