with Michael Ingham
What would a 5th century Syriac Orthodox monk make of a modern conservative evangelical? Or, for that matter, a liberal Anglican?
Oxford University’s Diarmaid MacCulloch employs the term "christianities" to describe the loose collection of differing faiths we customarily think of as a single religion.
This week we’ll take a stroll through history and glimpse the fascinating diversity of the faith we think we know.
MICHAEL INGHAM is the author of two books, Rites of a New Age (1986) and Mansions of the Spirit (1997). An avid golfer, Michael’s clubs are never far away, no matter where in the world he finds himself.