2017 Videos

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2017 Videos

    Souls at Stake - Tyndale, the Bible and the 21st Century - Melvyn Bragg and Jane Williams | 24 October 2017

William Tyndale gave us the Bible in English, and died for it. His passion was to put the Bible into the hands of everyone so that we could read it for ourselves. Executed as a heretic in 1536 for translating the Bible, within a few years his translation was in every church in England. Melvyn Bragg, broadcaster, novelist, and biographer of Tyndale, and Jane Williams, theologian, explore what difference he made to our lives. Chaired by Canon Mark Oakley.

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    Souls at Stake - Tyndale, the Bible and the 21st Century - Melvyn Bragg | 24 October 2017

(Shorter version - Melvyn Bragg only)

William Tyndale gave us the Bible in English, and died for it. His passion was to put the Bible into the hands of everyone so that we could read it for ourselves. Executed as a heretic in 1536 for translating the Bible, within a few years his translation was in every church in England. Melvyn Bragg, broadcaster, novelist, and biographer of Tyndale explores what difference he made to our lives. 

 

    Souls at Stake - Tyndale, the Bible and the 21st Century - Jane Williams | 24 October 2017

(Shorter version - Jane Williams only)

William Tyndale gave us the Bible in English, and died for it. His passion was to put the Bible into the hands of everyone so that we could read it for ourselves. Executed as a heretic in 1536 for translating the Bible, within a few years his translation was in every church in England. Jane Williams, theologian, explores what difference he made to our lives. 

 

    Souls at Stake - Tyndale, the Bible and the 21st Century - Audience Q&A | 24 October 2017

(Shorter version - Audience Q&A only)

William Tyndale gave us the Bible in English, and died for it. His passion was to put the Bible into the hands of everyone so that we could read it for ourselves. Executed as a heretic in 1536 for translating the Bible, within a few years his translation was in every church in England. Melvyn Bragg, broadcaster, novelist, and biographer of Tyndale, and Jane Williams, theologian, explore what difference he made to our lives. Chaired by Canon Mark Oakley. 

 

    The God Who Speaks: The Bible and the Holy Spirit - Kate Coleman and Paula Gooder | 6 June 2017

Who is the Holy Spirit?  Jesus says that after his ascension into heaven, the Father will send another Counsellor to be with us forever, who will teach us all things.  Do we believe that? If we do, what does it mean for our lives and faith, our risk-taking, our take on change in our own lives and in the church?  Baptist Minister Revd Dr Kate Coleman and Biblical scholar Dr Paula Gooder discuss how can we hear and attend to the voice of the Spirit and follow where we are being guided.

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The God Who Speaks: The Bible and the Holy Spirit - Kate Coleman | 6 June 2017

(Shorter version - Kate Coleman only)

Who is the Holy Spirit?  Jesus says that after his ascension into heaven, the Father will send another Counsellor to be with us forever, who will teach us all things.  Do we believe that? If we do, what does it mean for our lives and faith, our risk-taking, our take on change in our own lives and in the church?  Baptist Minister Revd Dr Kate Coleman discusses how can we hear and attend to the voice of the Spirit and follow where we are being guided.

 

   

The God Who Speaks: The Bible and the Holy Spirit - Paula Gooder | 6 June 2017

(Shorter version - Paula Gooder only)

Who is the Holy Spirit?  Jesus says that after his ascension into heaven, the Father will send another Counsellor to be with us forever, who will teach us all things.  Do we believe that? If we do, what does it mean for our lives and faith, our risk-taking, our take on change in our own lives and in the church? Biblical scholar Dr Paula Gooder discuss how can we hear and attend to the voice of the Spirit and follow where we are being guided.

 

    The Gospel According to Mark read by David Suchet | 28 March 2017

Mark is the earliest of the Gospels, the one written closest to Jesus’ lifetime. It is short, urgent, passionate and dramatic and reads a little like a front-line despatch from Christ’s life and death. Often we hear the Gospels in short sections, but it can be a revelation to read – or hear – the whole of the story at once. 
David Suchet; one of the best-known and best-loved actors of his generation, reads the Gospel of Mark.

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    Mariner: Samuel Taylor Coleridge and the Voyage of Faith - Malcolm Guite | 7 February 2017

Coleridge is, famously, one of the great Romantic poets, a group renowned for their wild lives and living outside respectable society. A brilliant and innovative poet, Coleridge was also, perhaps surprisingly, a man of profound faith and insight into the Christian life. Malcolm Guite, poet, priest, theologian and song-writer, explores Coleridge’s life, faith and work, and what we might learn from him for our own lives of faith.

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