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Farmworker Justice
February 3, 2012
Farmworker Justice
“When we say grace we are grateful for the food on our plates. But where did that food travel? Who picked it? How did it get to us? As people of faith we are called to think about that.”
February 3, 2012
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Egypt Revolution Anniversary
January 27, 2012
Egypt Revolution Anniversary
Egypt’s recent parliamentary elections have raised concerns about the imposition of an Islamist agenda by Islamist groups and parties, but Middle East expert Kate Seelye says “the hope is that once in office they will move more to the center and that won’t be the case.”
January 27, 2012
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The Evangelical Vote
January 27, 2012
The Evangelical Vote
“Will evangelicals turn out in large numbers and be energized as volunteers and financial supporters of Mitt Romney? It doesn't take a majority of evangelicals to stay home. It just takes a few million evangelicals to choose to not get as actively involved in this race to cost Mitt Romney the ...
January 27, 2012
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Joanna Brooks Extended Interview
January 27, 2012
Joanna Brooks Extended Interview
“Mitt Romney has studiously avoided the subject of religion whenever possible. He’s a technocrat. He’s very careful. He’s highly managed in his public presentation. He knows that bringing up Mormonism conjures a host of associations he’d like to avoid.”
January 27, 2012
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Warren Cole Smith Extended Interview
January 27, 2012
Warren Cole Smith Extended Interview
“I would say that Mormon culture, Mormon doctrine, Mormon belief have been well outside the mainstream of both American culture and Christian culture for many years.”
January 27, 2012
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The Tree of Life
January 24, 2012
The Tree of Life
Director Terrence Malik’s new movie is a meditation on traditional Christian questions about evil, suffering, grace, and beauty, says Calvin College professor of English Roy Anker.
January 24, 2012
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Living with the Moral Burdens of War
January 20, 2012
Living with the Moral Burdens of War
After ten years of war, says Georgetown University ethics professor Nancy Sherman, US troops are coming home from Iraq, “and now they see that whole project of stability and democratization unraveling. They come home carrying heavy invisible wounds, of a sense of betrayal and PTSD. Was it worth ...
January 20, 2012
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Ahmadiyya Muslims
January 20, 2012
Ahmadiyya Muslims
“The questions in the eyes of many other Muslims,” says Georgetown University Islamic studies professor John Esposito, is “are these people really Muslims or not?”
January 20, 2012
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Feng Shui
January 20, 2012
Feng Shui
Using ancient Chinese spiritual principles, says Raymond Lo, a feng shui grand master in Hong Kong, “we can establish where is the good energy and where is the bad energy.”
January 20, 2012
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Rick Santorum: Religion in Public Life
January 19, 2012
Rick Santorum: Religion in Public Life
As the South Carolina Republican primary approaches on January 21 and candidate Rick Santorum claims a belated victory in the Iowa caucuses, watch excerpts from a 2010 speech that Santorum, a Catholic, delivered on the role of religious faith in public life.
January 19, 2012
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News Roundup: GOP Primaries, Supreme Court Ruling
January 13, 2012
News Roundup: GOP Primaries, Supreme Court Ruling
"South Carolina is really shaping up as a make or break last stand for social conservatives," says David Gibson of Religion News Service.
January 13, 2012
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Fantasy Coffins in Ghana
January 13, 2012
Fantasy Coffins in Ghana
"When somebody dies in Christ, or dies a Christian, it’s a good thing because he’s going to God. He has died on a good path," says Nii Adei Klu.
January 13, 2012
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