We welcome back Boston Law Professor Jay Wexler to talk about his recent book, When God Isn't Green: A World-Wide Journey to Places Where Religious Practice and Environmentalism Collide, which finds him exploring the points around the globe where religion and environmentalism come into conflict.
We interviewed professor Wexler in our 2012 season episode, Religion and the Law.
We talk with Chicago rabbi and author Evan Moffic about his new book, What Every Christian Needs to Know About the Jewishness of Jesus.
Rabbi Moffic seeks to uncover the Jewish roots of Jesus in a way that is accessible to everyday readers. We talk about the Jewish context of early Christianity, and how it helps us understand the ways Jesus thought and taught his disciples.
David Dault talks with veteran journalist Linda K. Wertheimer about her new book, Faith Ed:Teaching about Religion in an Age of Intolerance, which looks at the battles over teaching religion in public schools.
Wertheimer draws from extensive reportage, as well as her own personal history, to reveal the fault lines in current discussions about the place of faith in public education.
Rick Lee James is a music minister, writer, podcaster, and traveling musician. His new album, Hymns, Prayers, and Invitations, brings together both his original compositions, as well as his re-imaginings of well-known and well-loved old hymns.
In 2013 Rick released his first Live album of original songs, along with a companion DVD, called Basement Psalms Live. In 2014 Rick released a book to accompany the album called, Out of the Depths: A Songwriter’s Journey Through the Psalms.