religion

Jefferson Exchange | February 3, 2014 | 9:00
10:10 am
Mon February 3, 2014

The Angel Effect

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John Geiger gets into the stories and the research of "The Angel Effect."

Not every debate falls neatly within science or religion. 

Take angels as an example.  Even people well-versed in science claim to have felt a presence or even seen a figure guiding them to safety amid calamity. 

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Jefferson Exchange | December 6, 2013
10:56 am
Fri December 6, 2013

Jesus, A Rabbi For The First Century

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Rabbi David Zaslow discusses Jesus in historical context in "Jesus: First Century Rabbi."

Christians claim Jesus as their savior, but it's helpful to remember that Jesus was himself a Jew. 

Ashland rabbi David Zaslow provides a reminder in  his book  Jesus: First-Century Rabbi.

Zaslow says his book is meant to help both Christians and Jews gain greater understanding of the origins of their respective faiths.

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Jefferson Exchange | November 18, 2013
10:25 am
Mon November 18, 2013

Living In The Shadow Of The Cross

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Paul Kivel separates Christians from the pervasiveness of Christianity in society in "Living In The Shadow of the Cross."

Pope Francis is making headlines with his efforts to get the Catholic church focused on the needs of the poor and downtrodden.

These are the same needs activist Paul Kivel has attempted to address in his own work. 

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Jefferson Exchange | October 17, 2013
10:53 am
Thu October 17, 2013

Turning Against The Christian Right

Frank Schaeffer
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Frank Schaeffer tells why he left the religious right behind.

Frank Schaeffer is the black sheep of his family. 

His mother is the evangelical writer Edith Schaeffer, and his family had a profound impact on Christianity and politics in America. 

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