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The Ten Commandments
August 03, 2017
Quick – can you name five of the Ten Commandments? Don’t worry – according to polls, most Americans can’t, either.
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What's In Them, And Why We Need To Know August 03, 2017
Even though nearly 80 percent of us oppose removing the Ten Commandments from public displays, only 40 percent of us can name more than four. This week, biblical scholar David Hazony makes a case for learning – and yes, even following – these ancient moral codes.   

David Hazony, author of The Ten Commandments: How Our Most Ancient Moral Text Can Renew Modern Life
Thomas Nelson
Dietrich Bonhoeffer and the Plot to Assassinate Hitler August 03, 2017
About 42 assassination attempts were made against Adolf Hitler, involving thousands of religious leaders, politicians and members of the military. One of the conspirators was a Lutheran pastor named Dietrich Bonhoeffer. Today he is one of the most celebrated Christian leaders to oppose Nazi anti-Semitism. We talk to Eric Metaxas about his popular biography of Bonhoeffer, which draws on previously unavailable documents, including personal letters and journal entries.

Eric Metaxas, author of Bonhoeffer: Pastor, Martyr, Prophet, Spy

Dietrich Bonhoeffer's study in Berlin.
Howard Books
Post-Traumatic Church Syndrome August 03, 2017
Here on Interfaith Voices, we explore all different faiths. But Reba Riley outdid us. She tried out 30 religions before her 30th birthday. Raised in a fundamentalist Christian Church, Riley embarked on a spiritual quest that had her meditating in Buddhist monasteries, chatting with atheists, singing hymns in Catholic Churches, and worshipping in Hindu temples.

Reba Riley, author of Post-Traumatic Church Syndrome: One Woman's Desperate, Funny, and Healing Journey to Explore 30 Religions by Her 30th Birthday
Reba is now a motivational speaker, focusing on spiritual healing and self-care. More here.