This weekend on State of Belief, a look at what a new Supreme Court justice could mean for church state issues before the court. Plus, from faithful football fans to cult film followers, has America’s relationship to popular culture begun to resemble religion? And, don’t miss our Intersection Awards…
Rabbi David Saperstein joins host Welton Gaddy in studio for a lively discussion about what Justice Souter’s retirment could mean for the makeup of the Supreme Court. Rabbi David Saperstein is the Director of the Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism. Read his recent op-ed on the Supreme Court.
Plus, author Gary Laderman speaks with Welton about his new book Sacred Matters: Celebrity Worship, Sexual Ecstasies, The Living Dead and Other Signs of Religious Life in the United States.
And, Welton and State of Belief contributor William Blake discuss the latest news at the intersection of religion and politics in our Intersection Awards segment.
Religion and Radio done differently – this weekend on State of Belief.