In the second of a 22-part series three local community leaders in St Albans (a Jew, a Christian and a Muslim), who have worked together to ensure good relations between their communities, continue to explain their own beliefs and explore the similarities and differences.  In this second roundtable, Rob Pearman brings together Rabbi Raphael Kaiserblueth (of St Albans Masorti Synagogue), Canon Tony Hurle (of St Paul's Church, Fleetville) and Akhtar Zaman (President of  the St Albans Islamic Centre)  to set the agenda for this series, which will explore the key beliefs of the three religions in turn, with six sessions for each.  (This series was recorded by and for the St Albans & District Talking Newspaper and for Radio Verulam's 'Local Life'.)


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