An interview with Diarmaid MacCulloch

Diarmaid MacCulloch

Diarmaid MacCulloch, author of the recently-published Silence: A Christian History, was in Australia a few months ago as a guest of The Adelaide Writers’ Week. While visiting that ‘distant and barbarous’ outpost of the Empire where the colonists ‘grow indifferent [and] go on from bad to worse until they have shaken off all moral restraint’ (as Mansfield Silverthorpe once described those blessed enough to be given free passage to Terra Australis Incognita), he was snatched up by the ABC for an interview with Barney Zwartz on Radio National’s ‘Big Ideas’ program. In this lively discussion, they discuss silence, Christianity’s intolerant nature, Apophatic theology, Nicodemites old and new, child abuse in the church, and Anglicanism … and some other stuff too. It’s well worth a listen.

One thought on “An interview with Diarmaid MacCulloch

  1. Hi,

    This Brother Diarmaid has no idea how to build the House Rock or what is building on sand. I asked this question at LSE Book launch and he asked about 200 audience if any of them knew? None replied and I did explain the killing of Peter of two liars was the houses built on Sand.

    Truth builds your house on Rock that no one can shake.

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