Thursday, Oct 27 12 p.m. (ET)

A New Era of Peace?

With the number of American casualties in Iraq now at 2,000 and terrorist attacks in the U.S. a perpetual threat, it may be hard to believe that we're living in a more peaceful world. But experts say that the number of armed conflicts...

Thursday, Oct 27 12:40 p.m. (ET)

David Wilcox & Nance Pettit

Trying to find common ground across cultural, religious, ethnic, and political divides, musicians David Wilcox and Nance Pettit have set mystic poetry to music. Hear the common voice of humanity in the works by Saint Francis of Assisi...

Thursday, Oct 27 1 p.m. (ET)

Miers Withdrawal and Executive Privilege

Since its early days, the Bush administration has demonstrated a strong committment to the concept of Executive Privilege. Indeed, concern for preserving these protections was cited as a primary concern in the withdrawal of controversial...

Thursday, Oct 27 1:20 p.m. (ET)

Clergy in America

An award-winning journalist who's been covering religion for more than 20 years joins us to explore the changing role and changing relevancy of religious clergy in America today.

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