Media Resources

Are you looking for some inspiration on your spiritual journey?
Do you want to explore the rich and diverse traditions of Christianity and faith?

If so, you might want to check out this collection of media resources and recommendations on faith, Christianity and spirituality.


Book: The Lost Letters of Pergamum

If you would like to learn more about early Christianity at the ancient sites that Vinod visited, you might enjoy reading The Lost Letters of Pergamum by Bruce W. Longenecker. It’s a historical fiction novel that imagines the correspondence between a Roman nobleman and Luke, the author of the Gospel and Acts, written by an professor for Early Christianity. It’s a fascinating and engaging way to learn more about the culture and context of the first-century church.

And if you don’t want to buy it, you can always ask your local library to order it for you. Even here in Germany they can do that for a small fee via Fernleihe. Just ask your librarian!

The Crown Uncovered

A new podcast called The Crown Uncovered on the Coronation has been launched.
Each episode explores different aspects of the history, theological background and contemporary significance of the Coronation. The series focuses on the Church of England inheritance of the rite and what that means in a pluralistic society.
It is hosted by William Gulliford, Director of Ordinands in the Diocese in Europe and Vicar of St Mark’s, Regent’s Park and the Vicar of St John’s Wood, the Revd Dr Anders Bergquist.
They interview a range of guests and specialists on aspects of the history and theology behind the Coronation. It’s a great listen for anyone with an interest in finding out more about the Coronation and the church. Find it on Apple, Spotify and wherever you get your usual podcasts. The Crown Uncovered on Apple Podcasts

The History of St Peter

If you are interested in learning more about the life and legacy of St Peter, one of the most influential figures in Christianity, you might want to check out this two-part video series presented by David Suchet. The series follows Suchet as he travels across the Mediterranean, retracing the footsteps of Peter and exploring his role in the early church. Along the way, he meets historians, archaeologists, and experts who shed light on the historical and cultural context of Peter’s time. The series is engaging, informative, and inspiring, and it will give you a deeper appreciation of the faith and courage of this remarkable, yet relatable apostle.

Watch the videos on ITV’s Our History youtube channel:

Part One

Part Two

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