Guest Host: Matthew Felling

It’s one of the odd contradictions of American life: Religion is an increasingly prominent part of our cultural and political conversations. Yet research shows that many Americans don’t understand the basic tenets of the world’s faiths. And many feel uncomfortable even talking about their beliefs. We explore these apparent contradictions, and how they affect our approach to religion in our private and professional lives.


  • Howard Ross Diversity consultant; Principal, Cook Ross
  • Rupa Raghunath Das International Coordinator, Food for Life Vrindavan

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