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A Call for Interfaith Dialogue and Harmony (Peace Talks Radio) [29:00]

From: Good Radio Shows, Inc.
Series: Peace Talks Radio - Series of Half-Hours
Length: 29:01

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Religious liberty and tolerance are complex issues, impacted by a variety of factors including education, politics, and the media. On this edition of Peace Talks Radio, conversations with participants in a 2011 conference called, "Liberty and Tolerance in an Age of Religious Conflict."

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Religious liberty and tolerance are complex issues, impacted by a variety of factors including education, politics, and the media. On this edition of Peace Talks Radio, conversations with participants in a 2011 conference called, "Liberty and Tolerance in an Age of Religious Conflict." Guests include Dr. Kelly James Clark, a Professor of Philosophy at Calvin College in Grand Rapids, Michigan, who co-chairedthe conference and has written a book exploring the issue.  Also Hedieh Mirahmadi, an attorney, author, and founder and president of the World Organization for Resource Development & Education (WORDE), which works to improve communication between Muslim and non-Muslim communities in order to reduce social conflict and political instability; Dr. Nurit Peled-Elhanan, the Jewish educator who lost her 13-year old daughter to a Palestinian suicide bombing in Jerusalem but who is still working to promote dialogue between Israelis and Palestinians; and Dr. Nick Wolterstorff who is the Noah Porter Professor of Philosophy Emeritus at Yale University. He helped found the Society of Christian Philosophers in 1978.  Suzanne Kryder hosts.

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Religious liberty and tolerance are complex issues, impacted by a variety of factors including education, politics, and the media. On this edition of Peace Talks Radio, conversations with participants in a 2011 conference called, "Liberty and Tolerance in an Age of Religious Conflict." Guests include Dr. Kelly James Clark, a Professor of Philosophy at Calvin College in Grand Rapids, Michigan, who co-chairedthe conference and has written a book exploring the issue.  Also Hedieh Mirahmadi, an attorney, author, and founder and president of the World Organization for Resource Development & Education (WORDE), which works to improve communication between Muslim and non-Muslim communities in order to reduce social conflict and political instability; Dr. Nurit Peled-Elhanan, the Jewish educator who lost her 13-year old daughter to a Palestinian suicide bombing in Jerusalem but who is still working to promote dialogue between Israelis and Palestinians; and Dr. Nick Wolterstorff who is the Noah Porter Professor of Philosophy Emeritus at Yale University. He helped found the Society of Christian Philosophers in 1978.  Suzanne Kryder hosts.

Timing and Cues

29:00 Program- no breaks

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http://www.peacetalksradio.com