In many quarters, there exists the unfortunate truth of a deep mistrust and suspicion between people of different faiths and of no faith. It’s a divisiveness that feeds on stereotypes and preconceived notions. This week, we chat with one young man who is busy breaking down stereotypes – Chris Stedman, Harvard University’s assistant Humanist Chaplain and the Values in Action Coordinator for the Humanist Community Project at Harvard. Mr. Stedman joins Welton to talk about his new book, Faitheist: How an Atheist Found Common Ground with the Religious, which comes out on Tuesday.

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