"Christians and Atheists have more in common than you think."—Kandiah
We welcome once again the author, activist and theologian Dr. Krish Kandiah, former President of the London School of Theology and Founding Director of Home for Good, a "young charity seeking to make a real difference in the lives of vulnerable children".
Krish joins us to discuss his new book, FAITHEISM, published today by Hodder & Stoughton, which challenges many of the myths about Christianity and Atheism. Rather than being tempted into mutual antagonism or conspiracies of politically-correct silence, Krish suggests that Christians and Atheists alike should embrace a different conversation model—one of self-criticism and mutual understanding (without compromise on fundamental beliefs)—in the hope that meaningful dialogue, and co-operation on matters of shared concern, might characterise the future.
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[Atheism, Christianity, faith, Richard Dawkins, Christopher Hitchens, apologetics, mission, Marxism, war, Crusades, Saddam Hussein, Catholicism, Protestantism, civil religion, Islam]