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Religion & Ethics Newsweekly

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Sun., January 22, 2017
10:30 am
(30 minutes)

Religion & Ethics Newsweekly  

Religion and the Trump administration are discussed. Also: Terry Waite ("Out of the Silence"), a hostage negotiator for the Archbishop of Canterbury who was kidnapped by terrorists in Lebanon in 1987.

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Sun., January 29, 2017
10:30 am
(30 minutes)

Religion & Ethics Newsweekly  

A weekly survey that also explores world events and popular culture from a religious perspective.

Full Episodes

Brexit and London’s Muslim Mayor; Sean Callahan; Shabbat

Brexit and London’s Muslim Mayor; Sean Callahan; Shabbat

Brexit and London’s Muslim Mayor; Sean Callahan; Shabbat/Sabbath

Look Ahead 2017

Look Ahead 2017

We look ahead to the top religion and ethics stories we expect to be following in 2017.

Look Back 2016

Look Back 2016

In our final show before the New Year, we review the top religion and ethics stories.

Mercy Chefs; The Threshold Choir; Hanukkah on the River

Mercy Chefs; The Threshold Choir; Hanukkah on the River

Mercy Chefs; The Threshold Choir; Hanukkah on the River

Clips

Religion and the New Trump Administration

Religion and the New Trump Administration

What influence will religion and communities of faith have on President Trump?

Terry Waite

Terry Waite

This special envoy and former hostage has pondered deeply the meaning of faith.

Katie Meyler

Katie Meyler

This young woman found her purpose in Monrovia, Liberia working for human rights.

Millennials and the Legacy of Martin Luther King Jr.

Millennials and the Legacy of Martin Luther King Jr.

Millennials are both embracing and distancing themselves from the civil rights leader.