The nation’s capital has been consumed for days with news and analysis of fired FBI Director James Comey’s testimony before Congress. This week on State of Belief, Interfaith Alliance’s radio show and podcast, we’ll the discuss the hearing and what comes next.

Host Rev. Welton Gaddy will be joined by Rabbi Jack Moline, President of Interfaith Alliance, for analysis of the hearing and insights into what legislators on Capitol Hill are thinking privately. Democrats and Republicans went into Thursday’s proceedings with very different objectives, and both claimed to be vindicated by the former top cop’s testimony. We’ll set partisanship aside and consider where Congress, the President and the American people go from here.

Many people will find it offensive to compare fervent support for President Trump to membership in a cult. Others may heartily agree. You’ll hear this week from a leading expert, Cult Education Institute Founder and Executive Director Rick Ross, who says there are parallels.

Finally, Welton will be joined by Fletcher Harper, Executive Director of GreenFaith, for an update on the interreligious community of faith-inspired environmentalists. They are joining an ever-growing list of American states, cities and corporations in rejecting President Trump’s move to pull the country out of the Paris climate accord.

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