Heart and Soul
Heart and Soul: Sister Aimee12/21/14
How Aimee Semple McPherson mixed glamour and gospel to invent broadcast evangelism in LA.
Heartsoul: Sister Aimee
Naomi Grimley tells the story of how a farm girl, Aimee Semple McPherson, invented broadcast evangelism, becoming among the most famous and glamorous women in America in the 1920s and 30s.
Heartsoul: God's Atheists
John Laurenson reports on Sunday Assembley the “church” for people who don’t believe in God. As John meets the ‘worshippers’ in London and Oxford, he discovers that rather than antipathy between atheists and believers, a new, interesting and polite...
Heartsoul: Living Longer in Lovely Hill
Peter Bowes discovers The Seventh Day Adventist community living a longer life. Loma Linda is a place that has an enviable record of its residents living to a ripe old age, often without the burdens of chronic illness until very late in life. Studies...
Heartsoul: Hindutva: Hindu Nationalism in India
Is an extreme version of Hinduism on the rise in India? Against the background of a shifting relationship between politics and faith in India, Sunita asks what it means to be a Hindu in India today.
Heartsoul: The Yazidis: Exiled From Eden
How IS militants are forcing the Yazidis out of their ancient lands in northern Iraq.
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