December 20, 2004
Arts correspondent Jeffrey Brown talks with Tim LaHaye and Jerry
Jenkins, authors of the "Left Behind" series of Biblical thrillers.
November 4, 2004
In the wake of a controversial film director's murder, Saul
Gonzalez reports on the volatile issue of Muslim immigration in the Netherlands.
October 25, 2004
Gwen Ifill discusses religion's place in politics with Joe
Loconte, a research fellow in religion at the Heritage Foundation, a conservative
research institution; Amy Sullivan, an editor at the Washington Monthly Magazine,
who served as an unofficial advisor to the Kerry campaign; and Steven Waldman,
cofounder and editor in chief of Beliefnet, a multi-faith Web site on religious
June 14, 2004
America's Catholic bishops began a week-long conference in Colorado to discuss the practice of withholding Communion based on parishioners'
political beliefs. Correspondent Betty Ann Bowser looks at how the debate developed
in the Diocese of Colorado Springs. Correspondent Jeffrey Brown follows up in
a dialogue with two prominent American Catholics, former New York Gov. Mario
Cuomo and American Enterprise Institute fellow Michael Novak.
May 6, 2004
Faith and War
President Bush often explains the war on terror in
religious terms of good and evil. Jeffrey Brown speaks with University of Chicago
theological scholars Jean Bethke Elshtain and Martin Marty about the role of
religion in public discourse.
February 27, 2004
In a new report, a Catholic review board called bishops'
inability to stop decades of sexual abuse against minors "shameful." Margaret
Warner discusses the findings with the review board's research committee chairman,
February 27, 2004
In a new report, a Catholic review board called bishops' inability
to stop decades of sexual abuse against minors "shameful."
February 25, 2004
Mel Gibson's new film about the final day in the life of Jesus Christ
is prompting passionate responses from both Christian and Jewish leaders. Jeffrey
Brown discusses The Passion of the Christ with Robert Johnston of Fuller Theological
Seminary and Philip Cunningham of the Boston College Center for Christian-Jewish
February 12, 2004
Jeffrey Brown visits the Vatican and speaks with John Allen,
Rome correspondent for National Catholic Reporter, about the 25th anniversary
of the John Paul II papacy, the frail heath of the pope and the issues his successor