A group of programmes on the historical element in the Gospel records
5: What did Jesus do?
A discussion between
J. C. Fenton Principal of Lichfield Theological College and John Marsh
Principal of Mansfield College Oxford
Is it reasonable to hold that the Gospels offer us a reliable record of the acts of Jesus and of the events in which he was involved? The question raises not merely ' normal' historical issues of chronology and factual accuracv but, for example, the problem of ' miracle,' placed in a historical context.
A film script by JEAN COCTEAU
Translated and adapted for radio by Michael Bakewell with Hugh Burden
Other parts played by Adrian Brine. Jeane Ie Bars
Fiona Nicholson , Elizabeth Proud Gillian Webb and members of the BBC Drama Repertory Company Special effects by the BBC Radiophonic Workshop
Produced by MICHAEL BAKEWELL
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