On this week's show, broadcaster and theology professor Robert Beckford tells Justin Brierley why he's on a mission to show that Christianity isn't about a white, Western Jesus. In part two, Sam Hailes talks to Nick Spencer, the research director of the Christian think tank Theos about his new book: The Almighty and the Mighty: How political leaders do God
Discover how the modern worship movement was born as Premier's Sam Hailes talks to the producer of the UK's biggest worship albums - Les Moir. In this week's show, Les shares the stories behind some of the Church's most-loved songs.
As the Church marks 500 years since the Protestant reformation, Catholic broadcaster and author Peter Stanford tells Sam Hailes why Martin Luther matters today. Peter also explains why he's a Catholic, how he got into journalism and what happened when he went to visit Myra Hindley in prison. Peter's latest book Martin Luther: Catholic Dissident (Hodder & Stoughton) is out now.
Sam Hailes meets Moby - the skinny, teetotal, vegan DJ with a Christian faith who conquered dance music. And in the second part of this week's show, Sam interviews former Muslim Fyaz Mohammed about his life and testimony.
This week on The Profile, Justin Brierley meets two leaders both involved in multicultural ministry. Malcolm Patten is a Baptist minister in Walthamstow, London. His doctoral thesis was on multicultural ministry and his latest book is Leading a Multicultural Church (SPCK). In the second part of today's show, Justin interviews Israel Olofinjana - a Baptist minister from Nigeria and a black minister to a predominantly white congregation.
Both men are quoted in this month's Premier Christianity magazine cover story 'The great divide: Can we reunite a segregated Church?' Visit premierchristianity.com/freesample to request a free copy of the latest issue.