The question is not whether or not God exists, Nathan Schneider said, but what is your relationship with God?
After setting some “ground rules” for who got to lead the conversation, Krista Tippett and Michel Martin, both female journalists and radio hosts, talked shop at the 2 p.m. Interfaith Lecture Thursday in the Hall of Philosophy.
Nathan Schneider, author and editor of two online publications, Waging Nonviolence and Killing the Buddha, and Tippett, host of public radio’s “On Being,” will speak at 2 p.m. today in the Hall of Philosophy. Week Seven’s Interfaith Lecture theme is “Conversations on the American Consciousness.”
Richard Rodriguez believes God is brown. Brown, he said, represents complexity — of religion, of ethnicity, of language.
Michel Martin, former host of NPR’s “Tell Me More,” will join fellow radio host Krista Tippett today to continue to address the topic on the Interfaith lecturers’ minds this week: the American consciousness.
In two senses, precipitation was the theme of Krista Tippett and Imani Perry’s 2 p.m. Interfaith Lecture Tuesday in the Hall of Philosophy.
Richard Rodriguez will join radio host Krista Tippett today at 2 p.m. in the Hall of Philosophy for a conversation on the American consciousness, which is Week Seven’s Interfaith Lecture theme.
According to Roberto Unger, “the world has been in a storm,” with a constant fire burning for about 200 years.
Radio host Krista Tippett will continue her series of conversations with “wise citizen-guests,” today with Imani Perry.
A changing, 21st-century American landscape warrants big questions and innovative ideas, and Krista Tippett will address these concepts with five guests this week.