S: Signs and Wonders
' There stands one among you whom you do not know.' John the Baptist pointed to an ' incognito ' Christ-' an ordinary man, indistinguishable from his fellows, going on his way from life to death.' Indeed, it has always been a claim of the Christian faith that ' God is decisively revealed where so much of what one might imaginatively conceive as visible evidence for his presence is taken away.' But how can this faith be defended from the charge of irrationalism?
DONALD MACKINNON , Norrts-Hulse Professor of Divinity, University of Cambridge, opens the conversation by discussing the attitude of Bultmann, and St. Luke's account of the Crucifixion
FR. LAWRENCE BRIGHT, o.t.
THE REV. DAVID COX
Professor of Communication. University of Keele
H. G. Wood Professor of Theology,
University of Birmingham JOHN WISDOM
Professor of Philosophy, University of Cambridge Recorded informally at Dunford
House, in Sussex
by Eug6ne Ionesco
Translated by Bernard FRECHTMAN
A row takes place between a man and a woman in a seemingly conventional bedroom setting; but outside a battle is raging ...
Other parts played by Margaret McCleun , Joe Sterne and Anthony Viccars
Special effects by the BBC Radiophonic Workshop
Produced by R. D. SMITH Second broadcast
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