The roots and the principles of Islamic Civilisation. Part one of a two part series on Islam. Daniel Nour speaks to Muslim Scholar Abdullah Kunde.
Browsing: Conversations with Daniel Nour
Self-flagellation, the abuse of indulgences and excessive penances: Daniel chats with Fr Popplewell about what Medieval Catholicism was really like.
In this frank and straightforward interview, Professor James Franklin gives host Daniel Nour the facts on Copernicus, Galileo and the boundaries of Science.
Daniel Nour talks to medievalist Daniel Hill about the Crusades: What caused them? What was the Latin Catholic Church involved? Were atrocities committed?
Daniel Nour speaks to philosopher Jason Cebalo about the Catholic Church’s current and historical position on capital punishment: Has the Church changed? Why should the death penalty exist at all? How ought criminals be punished?
In this edition of Conversations with Catholic Voices, Daniel Nour and Andrew Milne discuss some of the many questions that arise around the wealth of the Church.
In this edition of Conversations with Catholic Voices, Daniel Nour and Melbourne mum Danielle Lupi discuss masculinity, marriage and complimentarity.
In this second of two parts on the Extraordinary Synod on the Family, Daniel Nour and Andrew Milne unpack some key parts of the final Relatio document, which provides a summary of proceedings.