16 episodes

Living in Love and Faith sets out to inspire people to think more deeply both about what it means to be human, and to live in love and faith with one another.

Living in Love and Faith Living in Love and Faith

    • Religion & Spirituality
    • 4.8 • 9 Ratings

Living in Love and Faith sets out to inspire people to think more deeply both about what it means to be human, and to live in love and faith with one another.

    1. Living in Love and Faith: What’s the conversation?

    1. Living in Love and Faith: What’s the conversation?

    What is Living in Love and Faith about? What has it been like being part of it? Stewart Henderson is in conversation with Jason Roach, Alex Clare-Young and Bishops Jill Duff and Jo Bailey-Wells.
    Book reference: Foreword, An Invitation

    • 36 min
    2. What’s the conversation? Life, friendship, marriage… and listening

    2. What’s the conversation? Life, friendship, marriage… and listening

    Jessica Martin, Simon Oliver and Bishops Christopher Cocksworth and Bev Mason join Stewart Henderson in conversation about the church’s received teaching on life, friendship and marriage and how that applies today.
    Book reference:
    Part One. Reflecting:
    what have we received?
    Ch. 1 The gift of life
    Ch. 2 The gift of life in relationship
    Ch. 3 The gift of marriage

    • 37 min
    3. What’s the conversation? How do we learn together?

    3. What’s the conversation? How do we learn together?

    Can learning together change things? Stewart Henderson is in conversation with educators Sean Doherty, Marcus Green, Eeva John and Bishop Jo Bailey-Wells.
    Book reference:
    Part One. Reflecting:
    what have we received?
    Ch. 4 The gift of learning

    • 37 min
    4. What’s the conversation? Society – no simple narrative

    4. What’s the conversation? Society – no simple narrative

    What is happening in society in relation to sexuality, relationships and identity – and how does the church speak into that? Stewart Henderson is in conversation with Jo Sadgrove, Elaine, Storkey and Bishops Toby Howarth and Sarah Mullally.
    Book Reference:
    Part Two. Paying attention:
    what is going on?
    Ch. 5 Society

    • 38 min
    5. What’s the conversation? Our alliance with science?

    5. What’s the conversation? Our alliance with science?

    Stewart Henderson invites Malcolm Brown, Chris Cook, Susannah Cornwall and Roger Trigg to consider how the social and biological sciences inform our understanding of identity, sexuality and relationships.

    • 39 min
    6. What’s the conversation? Religion: the church as a listening post

    6. What’s the conversation? Religion: the church as a listening post

    How has the church responded to questions of sexuality and identity in the past, and what does it mean for the church to listen to the world around it? Stewart Henderson is in conversation with Mark Chapman, Amy Daughton, Andrew Goddard and Bishop Toby Howarth.
    Book reference:
    Part Two. Paying attention:
    what is going on?
    Ch. 7 Religion

    • 34 min

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4.8 out of 5
9 Ratings

9 Ratings