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Rowan Williams, Irene Lancaster
In this latest installment of their Jewish-Christian dialogue, the former Archbishop of Canterbury, Baron Williams of Oystermouth, and Hebrew scholar Dr Irene Lancaster discuss their different faith perspectives on resurrection and restoration, particularly in the context of the environment.
In this exchange, we probe some of the history of Easter and ask what Christians need to be aware of in order to avoid repeating the nightmares of the past by thoughtless recycling of myths and prejudices.
Former Archbishop of Canterbury Dr Rowan Williams and Jewish academic Dr Irene Lancaster, author of 'Deconstructing the Bible', discuss the history and meaning of Lent as a hopeful bridge between Christians and Jews.
Difficult conversations are necessary but our prayer is that these may be enlarging and enriching.