Barney interviews Professor Peter Rona, a Hungarian refugee from 1956.
It's easy to talk about refugees without taking time to listen to refugees. In this episode, Peter Rona describes his experiences of being a refugee in the 1950s. We talk about the identity crisis that comes from being forced to be part of a new culture, the kindness of the native population in Austria and America, and how America has changed since then. This podcast is produced in collaboration with The Tablet.
Faith at the Frontiers is a podcast that confronts the toughest challenges to the Christian faith in a hopeful way, by means of conversations with experts from a variety of perspectives. The first series is on refugees, asylum, and immigration. In the future we plan to discuss other controversial topics – always peaceably – such as climate change, racism, the problem of evil, religious pluralism, and many more. You can access it from Spotify, iTunes, Google Podcast, Stitcher, RSS, or directly from Anchor where it is hosted.