Paradoxes in an Ancient Landscape: What a Welsh Mountain Taught Me about God & the World

Paradoxes in an Ancient Landscape: What a Welsh Mountain Taught Me about God & the World

By Mark Clavier
In this, our first series, Mark Clavier, residentiary canon at Brecon Cathedral and backpacker, takes listeners on an overnight journey up Cadair Idris, a mountain in west Wales, where he reflects on faith, ecology, heritage, and hiking.

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Episode 4 - Eternity
Mark sets up camp on the shores of Llyn Cau and considers what the ageless landscape around him suggests about the changelessness of God
14:07
April 1, 2020
Episode 3 - Cadair Idris
Mark introduces Cadair Idris and his overnight climb where he encountered the paradoxes of eternity and time, silence and words, and the wonderful and the commonplace.
09:29
March 27, 2020
Episode 2 - God and Nature
Mark reflects on his life of walking and backpacking and how he came to see the close relationship between God and creation.
13:18
March 27, 2020
Episode 1 - Why I'm Catholic
Mark explores his own Anglican Catholicism and how it’s rooted in a conviction that heaven and earth, God and creation, must be held together.
09:53
March 25, 2020