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Is Satan Dead?
Aired 1/18/1996

Andrew Delbanco’s new book says that Satan is dead. Do we need the devil to keep us on the straight and narrow, or perhaps does Satan provide some people with an excuse to do the inexcusable?
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  Andrew Delbanco
    professor of humanities at Columbia University, author of The Death of Satan: How Americans Have Lost the Sense of Evil
  Bernard McGinn
    professor of theology at the University of Chicago, author of The Antichrist: 2000 Years of the Human Fascination with Evil
  Lorenzo Albacete
    the John Paul II Institute
  Robert Ailey
    professor of humanities at the University of Richmond

Originally Aired: 1/18/1996

   
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