Welton is joined this week by Chris Stedman, the Interfaith and Community Service Fellow for the Humanist Chaplaincy at Harvard University and the Founder of the first blog dedicated to exploring atheist-interfaith engagement, NonProphet Status. His memoir is due out next year from Beacon Press. It’s called Faitheist: How One Atheist Learned to Overcome the Religious-Secular Divide, and Why Atheists and the Religious Must Work Together.
We’ll also meet Susan McKee, founder of the nationwide “Knitting4Peace” project, which organizes participants in the West to create prayer scarves and other items to gift, with love, to strangers in far-off lands of deprivation and conflict.
And Frederick Clarkson, author and co-founder of the website talk2action.org, will talk about the resolute refusal of mainstream writers to recognize the continued growth of the Dominionist-New Apostolic Reformation movement in this country, and why it deserves to be taken seriously.
So, which of these guests will you hear Welton say the following to:
You’ll have to tune in to this week’s State of Belief Radio to find out!