The Sacred Podcast'As long as everybody thinks they are better than the other side in some dimension that is not going to help us have good conversations'.
In episode #47 of @sacred_podcast we hear from experts in non-religion @wgervais and @PennyEMN.
The Sacred is a podcast interested in the state of our public conversations. We explore how the things we hold sacred, but rarely have language to express, could help us understand each other better, even when we disagree.
Each episode features an...
In the 31st episode of The Sacred, Elizabeth Oldfield talks to Shadi Hamid, senior fellow at the Brookings Institution.
The Sacred Podcast'We don't talk about heaven that much in our ordinary political discourse in the Middle East and I think that the desire for heaven or for eternal salvation is the most rational of convictions.'
Don't miss episode #31 with @shadihamid of @BrookingsInst
The Sacred Podcastnew episode released today with @shadihamid of @BrookingsInst on Islam, Christian pluralism, his contrarian tendencies, why we all adopt tribal beliefs and his sacred value of respecting democratic outcomes, infl. by experience of authoritarian regimes
In the 30th episode of The Sacred, Elizabeth Oldfield talks to Ariane Sherine journalist and in 2009 was creator of the Atheist Bus Campaign.
The Sacred Podcast*The latest episode of the sacred is out!*
In this episode, @ArianeSherine talks to our host @TheosElizabeth about why a traumatic abortion experience made her become an atheist and what has changed since the launch of the atheist bus campaign 10 yrs ago.
The Sacred Podcast“I think that atheists having a voice is very necessary ... we should all be able to express our views as long as they are expressed peacefully, and we should all be able to debate these huge questions” - @ArianeSherine in the latest episode of The Sacred
Tom Shakespeare, is an English sociologist and broadcaster. He is Professor of Disability Research in the medical faculty at the University of East Anglia (UEA)and a member of the Nuffield Council on
The Sacred Podcastnew episode out with @TommyShakes on his sacred value of listening to lived experience, his disability activism, why he thinks quakerism is the Zen Buddhism of Britain and why he supports assisted dying.
Claire Fox is a British writer, and the head of the Institute of Ideas think tank. She was formerly the editor of LM magazine, and is a panellist on the BBC's "Moral Maze'.
In this episode, Claire ta
The Sacred Podcastnew episode out with @Fox_Claire looking at her sacred value of free thinking, why she gets called everything from hard right to communist to 'left wing libertarian' and what Catholic school taught her.