16 June 2008
Recording of the Month Competition
Win a £20 book token in our new Recording of the Month competition. To nominate your favourite recording, send an email to email@example.com with a link to the recording and 50 words on why you love it. One recording will be selected every month and feature on the project blog.
To get the ball rolling, my personal favourite is comedian Peter Cook debating the nature of the devil with Rector Joseph McCulloch, from the St Mary le Bow Public Debates. Although on the surface this is a debate between an establishment religious figure and anti-establishment comedian, it is conducted with such great tolerance, humour and open-mindedness by both parties that sometimes it is hard to tell them apart. I thought McCulloch's assertion that Jesus never wanted people to be 'good' a delightful insight.