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10.24.03
Society and Community:
Joseph C. Hough
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Bill Moyers talks to Joseph C. Hough on the intersection of politics and religion, and why he thinks it is the duty of Christians, Jews and Muslims to join to fight growing economic inequality, why hes critical of how some political pundits are using Christianity to justify their actions, and why he suspects that the time for a non-destructive, civil disobedience may be near.

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Joseph C. Hough, former dean of the Vanderbilt Divinity School, is currently President of the Faculty and William E. Dodge Professor of Social Ethics at the Union Theological Seminary.

Hough graduated from Wake Forest University with a B.A. in 1955. He went on to receive the B.D. (1959), the M.A. (1964), and the Ph.D. (1965) from Yale University. Dr. Hough is an ordained minister in the United Church of Christ, Congregational. His teaching and research interests are in social ethics, theological education, the Church and ministry.

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