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Religion and the Second Term
February 4, 2005
Religion and the Second Term
Across the political and theological spectrums, religious conservatives, moderates, and liberals all have their own hopes for President Bush’s second term. Some conservatives say it’s payback time for their support in the election. Others say, “Don’t forget the poor.”
February 4, 2005
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NEW YORKER Cartoonist Matt Diffee
February 2, 2005
NEW YORKER Cartoonist Matt Diffee
Matt Diffee is a NEW YORKER cartoonist making people laugh in spite of a lot of competition and rejection.
February 2, 2005
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Iraq Elections
January 28, 2005
Iraq Elections
As Iraqis get ready to elect a new parliament and write a new constitution, we discuss the role of religion in Iraq with Fawaz Gerges, a professor of international affairs and Middle Eastern studies at Sarah Lawrence College in New York.
January 28, 2005
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India’s Zoroastrians
December 24, 2004
India’s Zoroastrians
Estimates vary widely, but some claim that as few as 115,000 Zoroastrians remain—a few in Europe, North America and Iran, but the vast majority are in India, where they are called Parsis.
December 24, 2004
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Bishop Frank Griswold
November 26, 2004
Bishop Frank Griswold
As presiding bishop, Frank Griswold is lead pastor and chief administrator of the 2.3 million-member Episcopal Church USA. It's a prestigious job, and these days, he admits, a challenging one.
November 26, 2004
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Harold Kushner
November 26, 2004
Harold Kushner
Rabbi Harold Kushner is well-known for his 1981 book WHEN BAD THINGS HAPPEN TO GOOD PEOPLE. Recently, Rabbi Kushner wrote a meditation on the 23rd Psalm called THE LORD IS MY SHEPHERD. Rabbi Kushner affirms that the 23rd Psalm answers the question, how do you live in a dangerous and unpredictable world?
November 26, 2004
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Sister Mary Andrew Matesich
November 12, 2004
Sister Mary Andrew Matesich
Sister Mary Andrew Matesich is a nun, a scientist, a former college president, and now, a cancer patient who learned not only how to accept her disease but how to help others because of it.
November 12, 2004
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Reconciliation in Greensboro
November 5, 2004
Reconciliation in Greensboro
Twenty-five years ago, in Greensboro, North Carolina, there was a shooting that left five people dead and the city polarized. Recently, a group of volunteers formed what they call a Truth and Community Reconciliation Project. The idea is to try to find out what happened that day and to create some ...
November 5, 2004
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Election 2004 Analysis
November 5, 2004
Election 2004 Analysis
The religious vote was decisive in President Bush’s 2004 reelection. R & E discusses the results with professor John Green of the University of Akron, and Joseph Loconte of the Heritage Foundation.
November 5, 2004
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Islamic Art
November 5, 2004
Islamic Art
Due to the Qur’an’s ban on all forms of idolatry, Islamic artists have specialized in beautiful writing, intricate designs, and rich materials and colors.
November 5, 2004
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Election 2004: Values Issues
October 29, 2004
Election 2004: Values Issues
The last of three discussions on the role of religion in the 2004 presidential campaign. This week, R & E discusses values issues, and the increased prominence of religion in the late days of the race.
October 29, 2004
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Ramadan Fasting
October 29, 2004
Ramadan Fasting
As Muslims around the world observe the holy month of Ramadan until mid-November, we wondered what it is like to fast during daylight hours for a month -- eating and drinking nothing, not even water. We spent a day with Imam Yahya Hendi, the Muslim chaplain at Georgetown University in Washington and also the leader of the Islamic Society of Frederick, Maryland.
October 29, 2004
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