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Why are there differences in the Gospels?

Discussion on Unbelievable?, Premier Christian Radio The Unbelievable? show aired on Saturday 17 June 2017 at 2.30pm on Premier Christian Radio and is available to hear here: Why are there differences in the Gospels? Richard and New Testament scholar Mike Licona explore the differences between the same stories, words and timelines in the Gospels of

Vatican Radio interview

In mid-April 2017, the Dean was interviewed by Vatican Radio on the occasion of Pope Emeritus Benedict’s 90th birthday to offer a tribute as a previous Ratzinger Prize winner. Listen to the interview here: Vatican Radio interview Photo by Elias Rovielo

Beyond Belief: Storytelling in Christianity

Richard Burridge · Beyond Belief: Storytelling in Christianity In a special programme recorded at the the Bloxham Festival of Faith & Literature, William Crawley and guests, including Richard, explored the rich history of Judeo-Christian storytelling. How old are some of the most popular and familiar biblical stories, and where did they come from? How important

Church of England Divestment from Thermal Coal and Tar Sands

On Thursday 30 April 2015, the Church Commissioners and the Church of England Pensions Board announced the £12 million divestment from thermal coal and tar sands. To coincide with this, Richard featured in a short film alongside Edward Mason, Head of Responsible Investment at the Church Commissioners, and discussed the new climate change policy from

The Role of Ethical Investment

In February 2014, Richard gave an interview on the role of ethical investment in the Church of England. He was Deputy Chair of the Church of England’s Ethical Investment Advisory Group between 2010 and 2015. Photo: Markus Spiske

Debating Monty Python’s Life of Brian

Richard Burridge · Monty Python’s Life of Brian: Richard Burridge segment On 30 December 2013, Richard Burridge spoke on BBC Radio 4’s Today Programme about the controversy sparked in 1979 by Monty Python’s Life of Brian. The programme featured a conversation with John Cleese and Michael Palin as they prepare for the Pythons’ reunion later