Posts Tagged ‘ NPR ’

NPR: Turning Religious Polarization into American Grace

October 2, 2010
By tomsander

American Grace co-authors David Campbell and Robert Putnam were on NPR’s Weekend Edition for a roughly 10 minute interview with Scott Simon.

Read about or listen to the interview here where Campbell and Putnam describe America’s religious tolerance, the increased alignment of politics and religion in America, the amazing religious fluidity in America, the “Aunt…
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Dave Campbell discusses "A New Kind of Christianity"

March 31, 2010
By tomsander

American Grace co-author Dave Campbell was recently interviewed by NPR’s Barbara Bradley Hagerty about Brian McLaren’s new book A New Kind of Christianity. McLaren rejects the old view that he was brought up with of “a God who needs blood in order to be appeased.”  Instead, McLaren believes that “God revealed, in Christ crucified,…
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