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From King Edward VI School in Southampton, Nicky Campbell asks, should there be a duty to expose wrongdoing? Do all churches deserve charitable status? And does Hell exist?

From King Edward VI School in Southampton, Nicky Campbell asks, should there be a duty to expose wrongdoing? Do all churches deserve charitable status? And does Hell exist?

Among those taking part are Peter Bone; Chris Sugden of the Anglican Mainstream; Francis Davis of the Von Hugel Institute; former banking whistleblower Prof Richard Werner; Frank Furedi, author of Moral Crusades in an Age of Trust.

1 hour

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Sun 24 Feb 2013 10:00

The Big Questions featured in this episode

Should there be a duty to expose wrongdoing?

Do all churches deserve charitable status?

And, does hell exist?

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