Amy Orr-Ewing

Amy Orr-Ewing: Christianity has always staked everything on actually being true

It was 6.30am on a Sunday and I was standing in the kitchen waiting for the kettle to boil. I was preparing to do a series of BBC radio interviews later that morning when my mobile rang – it was a producer wondering if I could do an extra piece on whether faith can answer the big questions of life.

I agreed, only to find myself 30 seconds from being live on air. I sprinted upstairs to my office and began talking, still in pyjamas and without coffee....

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