Politics and Religion. We’re not supposed to talk about that, right? Wrong! We only say that nowadays because the loudest, most extreme voices have taken over the whole conversation. Well, we‘re taking some of that space back! If you’re dying for some dialogue instead of all the yelling; if you know it’s okay to have differences without having to hate each other; if you believe politics and religion are too important to let ”the screamers” drown out the rest of us and would love some engaging, provocative and fun conversations about this stuff, then ”Talkin‘ Politics & Religion Without Killin‘ Each Other” is for you!
Tuesday Jan 16, 2024
Tuesday Jan 16, 2024
In this episode, we're joined by Will Wright and Josh Burtram of the Faithful Politics podcast. They’ve been on the show before and we have a lot of crossover listeners. Will did a great job with the show notes. So here's our "duplicative language..."
"...We explore the evolving role of churches in promoting diversity and inclusivity, reflecting on how religious institutions navigate today's political and social landscape. The discussion also tackles the varied perceptions of Donald Trump's faith among Republicans and Democrats, offering a nuanced view of how political allegiances can influence religious perspectives.
"The episode further addresses the contentious topic of Christian nationalism in the context of the upcoming 2024 election. Through a balanced and thought-provoking dialogue, the hosts analyze the interplay between faith and politics, considering how religious beliefs shape and are shaped by political ideologies...."
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