Religion & Ethics Newsweekly

Series Website »
Episode Guide »
Female Theologians - More and more Christian women are graduating from seminary and pursuing careers in theology and ministry. Kim Lawton visits Union Theological Seminary in NYC and talks with its first female president, Serene Jones, about the opportunities for women in theology, as well as the limitations they still face. Juvenile Justice - A U.S. Supreme Court decision is expected soon on whether juveniles convicted of murder can be sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole. Tim O'Brien reviews the issues before the court and the arguments the prosecution and defense have made in their presentations.

More Episodes

  • Micro Preemie Ethics; The Sarajevo Haggadah
  • Biblical Epics; The New Calvinism
  • Pope; Bivocational Pastors; Blind Boys Alabama; Franciscans
  • Contraception Mandate; Story of the Jews; Women's Purim
  • Gun Violence; Dorothy Day; Sikh Children Turbans
  • Predicting Violence; NYC Houses of Worship
  • Philomena; Solitary Confinement; Ash Wednesday
  • Detroit Bankruptcy and Worker Pensions; Secular Ethics
  • The Ethics of Whistle-Blowing; Jordan, The Other Holy Land
  • UN Report on Vatican Abuse, Coping with Loss, India's Cows
  • Nuns Versus Pipeline, Living Wage Factory
  • Jordan's Syrian Refugees, Inoculation Ethics
  • Camden Priest, Social Entrepreneurship in the Philippines
  • Typhoon Faith, Tu B'Shevat, Jews and Humor
  • Look Ahead 2014
  • Look Back 2013
  • Christmas Peace, Fifty Years after Gideon
  • Mormon Missionary Expansion, El Salvador Abortion Ban
  • Nelson Mandela, Pundits and the Pope, Christmas Gift Giving
  • Methodist Gay Marriage, Civil Rights 50th Anniversary
  • Thanksgivukkah, Relocating the Homeless, Comfort Dogs
  • Catholic Bishops, Catholic President; Gun Violence
  • Legislative Prayer, American Dream, Kristallnacht
  • Pope Francis, Predicting Violence, Reza Aslan's Zealot


Comments

Share your thoughts, questions, and comments on "Religion & Ethics Newsweekly" here.
 

Vermont Public Television is holding free screenings in February, March and April in commemoration of Black History Month.

In connection with The Story of the Jews, WNET Education is launching an essay contest for high school aged students to examine how stories shape our identities.

Meet some extraordinary women in Vermont.

A new PBS site for America's booming 50+ population as they plan for a new life stage.

Lifelong Learning


PBS Kids
Tons of videos and games for children from PBS!

Educator Resources
Lesson plans, online courses, and videos for teachers and parents


VPT Weekly

Our weekly email newsletter highlighting upcoming shows and important station news.
Sign Up Today

Vermont Public Television

204 Ethan Allen Avenue
Colchester, VT 05446
(802) 655-4800
© 2014 Vermont Public Television
All Rights Reserved

Facebook Twitter YouTube LinkedIn Pinterest