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God and Gov: Israel Edition and Why Nice Jewish Boys Are Taking Over Israeli TV
October 29, 2015
What exactly did Israel’s founders mean when they said their country was a 'Jewish state?' Two scholars debate. And we meet Israel's hottest reality TV stars: sweet Yeshiva boys from a synagogue near you.
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American Jewish Committee
Catholics and Jews After Nostra Aetate and the Evangelical War on Halloween
October 22, 2015
Fifty years ago, the Vatican declared that Jews are not to blame for the death of Christ. A rabbi and a Catholic historian explore the legacy of this landmark decision. Plus: why many Christians believe Halloween is a celebration of evil.
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Courtney Perry
Rev. Nadia Bolz-Weber: Pastor-Punk and Trouble at the Temple Mount
October 16, 2015
Our conversation with Rev. Nadia Bolz-Weber, a tattooed former addict who’s logged a lot of time in church basements, talking about her struggle with alcohol and desperately seeking God. And the theological battle over Jerusalem's Temple Mount.
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Snap Judgment
A Radio Host's Life Inside a 'Cult' and Rabbis Marrying Non-Jews
October 08, 2015
The host of 'Snap Judgment' tells us he got some of his best material from the foot-stomping preachers in an apocalyptic religious group. And loosening the rules on rabbis in interfaith relationships.
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Marissa Rauch
David Gregory: Finding Faith After 'Meet the Press' and Inside the Nation of Islam
October 02, 2015
In the years since his messy exit from "Meet the Press," David Gregory has found another calling: as the author of a memoir on his own spiritual struggle. And the appeal, and the criticisms, of the Nation of Islam.
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