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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.
 

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  • Final Look Back
  • Looking Back
  • Conflict Resolution; Mother Teresa; Imam Omar Suleiman
  • Sanctuary Movement; Anniversary of Protestant Reformation
  • Trump Executive Orders; New Camaldoli Hermitage; "Silence"
  • Religion and the New Trump Administration; Terry Waite
  • Millennials and Martin Luther King Jr; Katie Meyler
  • Brexit and London’s Muslim Mayor; Sean Callahan; Shabbat
  • Look Ahead 2017
  • Look Back 2016
  • Mercy Chefs; The Threshold Choir; Hanukkah on the River
  • Restoring the Buffalo; Larry Brilliant; Holy Family Hospital
  • Refugee Resettlement; Christmas Music; Packing Meals
  • America’s Incarcerated; Haiti Disaster Relief; F.A.R.M. Café
  • Post-Election Analysis; Three Rivers Spirituality
  • Conflicted Voters; Muslim American Voters; Spirituals
  • Candidates’ Religious Backgrounds; Peace in the Qur’an
  • Election 2016: Catholic Voters; Entrepreneur Chid Liberty
  • Religion and the Campaign; Human Trafficking; Old Skool Café
  • Education in Liberia; Holocaust Denial; Blessing of Animals
  • Religion and Diplomacy; Hiring the Homeless; High Holidays
  • New African American Museum; Project Mercy; Amidah Prayer
  • Spiritual Healthcare; One Extraordinary Church
  • 9/11 Fifteenth Anniversary; Where Refugees Are Welcome; Hajj


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