Giles Fraser on the storm provoked by Don Cupitt's 1980s TV series. Are the questions raised by "The Sea of Faith" still relevant and what became of the man who asked them? Giles Fraser watched the programmes as a philosophy student. They led him to reject his militant atheism and eventually become a priest. Others felt that the series undermined Christian faith. Giles digs into the archives to find out why it touched such a nerve and hears from Cupitt himself on where his thought has taken him. Produced by Rosie Dawson.
Giles Fraser on the storm provoked by Don Cupitt's 1980s television series.