The Public Conscience: Part Two

Political discourse among our elected leaders often mirrors the rhetoric of pundits on cable news channels. Meanwhile, religious leaders wonder if the important public policy issues of the day receive any thought from those who are in a position to effect change. Our discussion on the public conscience continues in the second part of our program with Dr. Tony Beam of the Christian Worldview Center, Dr. Bill Jeffries of Providence United Methodist Church, Rev. Pat Jobe of the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Greenville, Rabbi Judy Schindler of Temple Beth El, and Dr. Doug Ottati of Davidson College.

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