America prides itself on pluralism and tolerance, but how far does that tolerance extend when it comes to religious expression? Could faith in general be on the decline?
Radio Atlantic cohosts Jeffrey Goldberg (editor in chief), Alex Wagner (contributing editor and CBS anchor), and Matt Thompson (executive editor) explore those questions with Emma Green, who covers religion and politics for The Atlantic.
- “Bernie Sanders’s Religious Test for Christians in Public Office” (Emma Green)
- “Can Faith Help Unite Us in Divided Times?” (Matt Thompson, Abdullah Antepli, Adam Hamilton)
- “It Was Cultural Anxiety That Drove White Working-Class Voters to Trump” (Emma Green)
- “Oh, Gods!” (Toby Lester)
- “The Stationary Bike of the Soul” (Emma Green)
- “Time in a Bottle” (Jim Croce)
- “He Became a Hate Crime Victim. She Became a Widow.” (Audra D.S. Burch, The New York Times)
- “Walking” (Henry David Thoreau)
- The Founder (official site)
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