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Marc Shoffman

Questions of Faith: Building a prayer wall

Marc Shoffman
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Questions of Faith: Building a prayer wall
Former chaplain Richard Gamble wants to build a national prayer landmark, akin to other UK landmarks such as the Angel of the North or Stonehenge. Many of these represent key moments in history such as military victories or to show off art and culture, but Richard wants to build one for prayer, representing a million answered prayers. He’s managed to raise just over £47,000 and is now launching a competition for the best design for the monument, which he wants to build next to a motorway.
Guest:

Richard Gamble


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Marc Shoffman

Questions of Faith: The EU Referendum

Marc Shoffman
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Questions of Faith: The EU Referendum
How does religion fit in the EU Referendum? Lord William Wallace, from Christians for Europe, and Adrian Hilton, Co-chair of Christians for Britain, join Marc Shoffman to discuss what role faith should play throughout the campaign. How big a factor should Christianity play when people come to vote?
Guests:

Lord William Wallace, Adrian Hilton


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Marc Shoffman

Questions Of Faith: The Wall of Answered Prayer

Marc Shoffman
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Questions Of Faith: The Wall of Answered Prayer
A recent campaign, The Wall of Answered Prayer, was launched at the beginning of April to raise £45,000 to build a Christian symbol equivalent to the Angel of the North. Campaign founder Richard Gamble says this will be a national prayer landmark representing a million answered prayers. He tells Marc Shoffman how he came up with the idea, the course of the campaign so far and how the money will be used.
Guest:

Richard Gamble


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Rita Lobo

Questions of Faith: Military Spending

Rita Lobo
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Questions of Faith: Military Spending
From Libya to Daesh, and the debate over the future of Trident, there always seems to be money for war. But are there better ways to spend it? Marc Shoffman speaks to Andrew Smith, from the Campaign Against Arms Trade, looks at whether action against military spending is necessary, while Shuaghan Dolan, from Conscience, explores how the government could deal with global issues such as Isis. Reverend Mark Woods, contributing editor of Christian Today, also explains whether you are pacifist if you are religious.
Guests:

Andrew Smith, Shuaghan Dolan, Reverend Mark Woods


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Rita Lobo

Questions of Faith: Debt

Rita Lobo
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Questions of Faith: Debt
Marc Shoffman discusses the topic of debt with Senior Network Coordinator for the Church Credit Champions, David Barclay, and Andy Burns, from organisation Capital Mass. He looks at the different ways small communities take on the challenge to campaign against poverty and inequality.
Guests:

David Barclay, Andy Burns


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Rita Lobo

Faith and Finance: Ramadan and the Importance of Charity

Rita Lobo
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Faith and Finance: Ramadan and the Importance of Charity
Marc Shoffman and Rita Lobo discuss Ramadan and the idea of charity that goes along with it. To talk about this, Imam Shaykh Ibrahim Mogra, Assistant Secretary General for the Muslim Council of Britain and Basit Khan, Head of Fundraising at Islamic Relief join them in the studio.
Guests:

Ibrahim Mogra, Basit Khan


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Rita Lobo

Faith and Finance: Trivializing poverty

Rita Lobo
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Faith and Finance: Trivializing poverty
Rita Lobo and Marc Shoffman talking about the idea of trivializing poverty and what religion can do to help the poor in society.
Guests:

Naill Cooper, Aaron Goldstein


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