An Island Between Heaven and Earth
At the heart of the drama is the relationship between the craftsmen and the ministers. As they work together they have many bruising discussions about the role of religion in society. And it's the workers who have most of the answers, not the university-educated ministers. George MacLeod's scheme on Iona reached many a crisis point but, somehow, the fledgling Iona Community kept going.
From The Scotsman review:
"When Macleod talks about a society riven by vast differences of wealth and by the scourge of unemployment ... it's as if he's delivering a vital message to the Scotland of today..."
Hall at St John's (View)
Edinburgh EH2 4BJ
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