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New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern
March Journalists' Roundtable
April 05, 2019
Our guest journalists delve to the beliefs behind the latest religion news headlines. And a historian tracks religious and other faultlines in America since 1974.
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Journalists' Roundtable April 05, 2019
Our panel looks at President Trump's Bible signings, religious messaging from Democratic presidential candidates, reaction to the Christchurch massacres, religion in space -- and more.

Michelle Boorstein, The Washington Post
Jack Jenkins, Religion News Service

Faultlines book cover.
American Faultlines April 05, 2019
Historian Kevin Kruse talks about religious and other divisions in American society since 1974, the subject of his new book with Julian Zelizer. He says there have been four main areas of division since that fateful year Richard Nixon resigned the presidency: economics, race, politics, and gender and sexuality. We ask: How does religion intersect with each?

Kevin Kruse, professor of history at Princeton University and author of Fault Lines: A History of the United States since 1974