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The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Temple in Kensington Marylane. Image by Kevin McCarthy and used under a Creative Commons By Attribution license.
"This is the Place": Inside a Mormon Temple
April 29, 2022
The Washington D.C. Temple of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is normally reserved only for church members. But after a four-year renovation, the doors are open to the public.
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Screen capture of performance of Solomon Hoffman's composition Harofei. Courtesy Solomon Hoffman.
The Religious Sounds of COVID (encore)
April 22, 2022
We look at the sacred sounds people of faith are making during the COVID-19 pandemic and what those sounds—music, prayer, chants, songs—tell us about our future.
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Harmonia Macrocosmica by Andreas Cellarius, depicting the Ptolemaic geocentric universe. This image is in the Public Domain
Discovery and Revelation: The Changing Dance Between Science and Religion
April 15, 2022
Science and religion are often portrayed as the bitterest of enemies, or, as Stephen Jay Gould termed them, “non-overlapping magisteria.” But the reality is often much more complex.
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Rev. Lynn Casteel Harper
Memory's Chaplain: A Conversation With Lynn Casteel Harper (encore)
April 08, 2022
Rev. Lynn Casteel Harper discusses her book On Vanishing: Mortality, Dementia and What it Means to Disappear, a call for communities of faith to rethink the value of people coping with memory loss.
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Abdul Nasir reads from the Quran. Image courtesy The Spiritual Edge
Becoming Muslim — from The Spiritual Edge
April 02, 2022
The Spiritual Edge podcast brings us stories that explore the motivations and challenges facing converts to  Islam in the United States.
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