This weekend on State of Belief, a look at the state of religious freedom abroad. Find out how a new report from the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom may impact America’s foreign policy. Plus, when is a Roman cross not a religious symbol? Author Susan Jacoby on the implications of a recent Supreme Court ruling.
And, Richard Foltin from the American Jewish Committee tells Welton about the status of the Work Place Religious Freedom Act.
Don’t miss Welton’s response to recent listener comments.
Religion and radio done differently – this weekend on State of Belief.
Richard Foltin is is Director of National and Legislative Affairs at the American Jewish Committee.
Susan Jacoby is program director of the Center for Inquiry-New York City, a rationalist think tank with offices in Lower Manhattan. She is a panelist for On Faith, a blog published by The Washington Post and Newsweek. Her most recent book is The Age of American Unreason.
Elizabeth Cassidy is Deputy Director for Policy and Research at the United States Commission on International Religious Freedom.