3: Way, Truth, and Life
Fellow and Tutor of St. John's College, Cambridge Introduces
Norris-Hulse Professor of Divinity,
University of Cambridge NINIAN SMART
H. G. Wood Professor of Theology,
University of Birmingham JOHN WISDOM
Professor of Philosophy, University of Cambridge DONALD MACKAY
Professor of Communication. University of Keele
FATHER LAWRENCE BRIGHT, o.f.
The Rev. David Cox
The speakers explore the nature of Christ's claim to be the Way. the Truth, and the Life.' They consider the sense in which Lenin might be thought of as ' Way, Truth, and Life ' to a Communist, and discuss the meaning of the phrase ' In Christ we live.' Recorded Informally at Dunford
God and Science: March 26
Quartet in C major, Op 71
No. 3 (Haudn) played by the KOECKERT STRING QUARTET Quartet No. 2 (Bartolt) played by the HUNGARIAN STRING QUARTET on gramophone records Third of six programmes includ
Ing Haydn's Quartets Op. 76
B flat major: March 8
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