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9/11 Then and Now
September 9, 2011
9/11 Then and Now
“Have we healed? Yes, healed with a hole. It’s never a complete healing, but at least there a willingness to write a new chapter of life,” says Rabbi Joseph Potasnik, a New York Fire Department chaplain.
September 9, 2011
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The Costs of War
September 9, 2011
The Costs of War
“The people who are paying the costs, military families, veterans, civilians in Iraq, Afghanistan, and Pakistan—those people deserve to have their story told,” says Professor Catherine Lutz of Brown University.
September 9, 2011
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Ten Years Later: Nicholas Wolterstorff
September 9, 2011
Ten Years Later: Nicholas Wolterstorff
“You’re not tolerant,” says this Christian philosopher, “if you're indifferent. You're tolerant if you disapprove of the other person's religion but put up with it nonetheless."
September 9, 2011
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Ten Years Later: Rabbi Joseph Potasnik
September 7, 2011
Ten Years Later: Rabbi Joseph Potasnik
“We think of 9/11 every day,” says Rabbi Joseph Potasnik of Congregation Mount Sinai in Brooklyn Heights. “All you do when it comes to the anniversary, you try to look back and say have I made a difference?”
September 7, 2011
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Ten Years Later: Students Remember 9/11
September 6, 2011
Ten Years Later: Students Remember 9/11
College and university students recall 9/11 and reflect on how it affected their spiritual lives.
September 6, 2011
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Interfaith Relations Ten Years On
September 2, 2011
Interfaith Relations Ten Years On
The past decade may have brought Americans new interfaith understanding, but it has also expanded interfaith tensions.
September 2, 2011
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Scott Appleby Extended Interview
September 2, 2011
Scott Appleby Extended Interview
"This decade has been a time of encountering and engaging Islam in a new way that also causes Christians to think about their own identities and understand God and God's love for people beyond the Christian world," says Notre Dame history professor Scott Appleby.
September 2, 2011
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Sacred Remains
September 2, 2011
Sacred Remains
“I don’t believe there is an intrinsic sacredness in any site. We make them sacred in our visits,” says Judaic studies professor James Young, an authority on memorials.
September 2, 2011
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Ten Years Later: Robert Franklin
September 2, 2011
Ten Years Later: Robert Franklin
Correspondent Kim Lawton talks again with minister, educator, author, and Morehouse College president Robert Franklin, who turns to theologian Howard Thurman to make sense of the events of 9/11.
September 2, 2011
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Ten Years Later: Thomas Long and Jack Moline
September 2, 2011
Ten Years Later: Thomas Long and Jack Moline
A decade after 9/11, we talk again with a minister and rabbi who revisit their conversation in 2001 and offer their thoughts about revenge, forgiveness, evil, and hope.
September 2, 2011
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Faith-Based Disaster Relief
September 2, 2011
Faith-Based Disaster Relief
We followed some of the volunteers from Southern Baptist churches across Virginia who are responding to Irene’s damage.
September 2, 2011
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Ganesha Chaturthi
August 31, 2011
Ganesha Chaturthi
Hindus honor thousands of deities, and every Hindu has a favorite god, but Ganesha is "a god that is chosen by almost everybody because he is the remover of obstacles," says Professor S. N. Shridhar.
August 31, 2011
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