Religion and Philosophy

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Listener Bill Lowman's Dangerous Idea?  Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) need to be one of the lead agencies to define and defend African humanity.

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Reverend Alex Gee tells Steve Paulson how rappers like Tupac Shakur function as prophets for the hip hop generation, and how he incorporates rap music into his liturgy.

questions and stones

Suppose you know your death is imminent, but you have a choice about how you will die. What would you choose? 

cemetary

We live much longer than we used to, thanks to medical advances, but what are the emotional and financial costs of extending life? 

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In 2014, Dan and Judy Pierotti invited us to be part of the end of Dan's life. From early conversations with Dan - a retired Lutheran Minister and social justice activist - about the afterlife, through his final days and funeral, the Pierotti's give us unique access to their process of living...

skull

We talk with experts about how to begin difficult conversations about making death a greater part of life, and how they can transform both the dying and the surviving.

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Benjamin Kunkel is not only a bestselling novelist and co-founder of the literary magazine n+1. He tells Steve Paulson why he's also a become Marxist public intellectual. 

Clock

He’s one of the most frenetically productive, wired guys on the planet, but digital media theorist Douglas Rushkoff is backing away from the clock.

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