People who are of different religious backgrounds but are politically progressive and very similar to one another in that sense – that kind of interfaith organizing is valuable, and there is a [...]
If you’ve been following the race thus far, you know how extreme the statements of the presidential primary’s official “culture warrior” continue to be. Knowing how offensive Rick Santorum’s [...]
This weekend on State of Belief, we hear alarming new data on Americans’ knowledge of the First Amendment. We also take a look at the moral implications of “Stand Your Ground” laws, after last [...]
This weekend, tune in to Interfaith Alliance’s weekly radio show and podcast State of Belief to learn more about human rights activist Mitchell Gold, the recipient of the President’s Award at [...]
Tune in this weekend to Interfaith Alliance’s weekly radio show and podcast State of Belief to hear an update on the state of the 2012 race with Greg Lebel, one perspective of what Americans of no [...]
The November 20-21, 2010 edition of State of Belief Radio will feature a non-believer’s interfaith activism, the challenges of religious journalism in the Tea Party age, and the ethics of [...]
First Amendment Fail; Stand Your Ground as Temptation; and Humanist Chaplains 101: Next State of Belief!
On the next State of Belief Radio – Everybody’s making references to the Constitution, whether the issue is Obamacare, gun control, free speech or religious liberty. But a new survey shows that when [...]