Here’s what’s coming up this weekend on State of Belief Radio –
Jennifer Butler, CEO of the organization Faith in Public Life, which spearheaded the interfaith march to Capitol Hill to sound the alarm about some of the incoming administration’s cabinet picks… We’ll discuss what progressive moral activism is likely to look like going forward.
Also, some of the greatest writing on love and being human was done during some of the most violent times in history. I’ll talk with Brad Gooch, author of the brand new book RUMI’S SECRET: The Life of the Sufi Poet of Love.
And, Rabbi Irwin Kula on the unholy alliance of political religious conservatives swarming around the new president and his administration – and the direct risks that poses to our democracy itself when religion becomes little more than what he calls politics in drag.