Religion & Ethics Newsweekly - Season 2009

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Episode Guide

  • Thu. June 11, 2009
    Thu. June 11, 2009
    Episode 06.11.09
    6/11/09
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    Some American Jews criticize Israeli government policies; controversy at the Riverside Church.
  • Thu. June 8, 2009
    Thu. June 8, 2009
    Episode 06.18.09
    6/18/09
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    American churches struggle with finances in the down economy; the annual Catholic pilgrimage in France to Chartres.
  • Thu. June 25, 2009
    Thu. June 25, 2009
    Episode 06.25.09
    6/25/09
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    The role of religion in American health care reform; Israeli and Palestinian parents unite for peace; the art and purpose of stained glass.
  • Thu. July 2, 2009
    Thu. July 2, 2009
    Episode 07.02.09
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    Faith communities that include the disabled; an eye care center helps the world's poorest people.
  • Wed. July 8, 2009
    Wed. July 8, 2009
    Episode 07.08.09
    7/8/09
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    Protestants under pressure to approve same-sex marriages; Dave Brubeck composes religious music.
  • Thu. July 16, 2009
    Thu. July 16, 2009
    Episode 07.16.09
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    Episcopal Church allows gays to enter the clergy; the effects of meditation on the brain.
  • Thu. July 23, 2009
    Thu. July 23, 2009
    Episode 07.23.09
    7/23/09
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    Is the high cost of health care worth it?; a priest bridges the racial divide in Los Angeles.
  • Thu. July 30, 2009
    Thu. July 30, 2009
    Episode 07.30.09
    7/30/09
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    Churches struggle to integrate racial communities; a wedding between a Hindu and a Sikh.
  • Thu. Aug. 6, 2009
    Thu. Aug. 6, 2009
    Episode 08.06.09
    8/6/09
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    Muslims struggle to be devout in the modern world; evangelical pastor Joel Hunter advises Obama.
  • Thu. Aug 13, 2009
    Thu. Aug 13, 2009
    Episode 08.13.09
    8/13/09
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    A Jerusalem children's center helps Muslim and Christians deal with trauma; an obstetrician uses faith in his practice.
  • Thu. Sept. 3, 2009
    Thu. Sept. 3, 2009
    Episode 09.03.09
    9/3/09
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    The big business of personal DNA testing raises ethical questions; a memorial is unveiled for the 9/11 victims of United Flight 93.
  • Thu. Sept. 10, 2009
    Thu. Sept. 10, 2009
    Episode 09.10.09
    9/10/09
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    A religious revival takes place in Indonesia; monks run a high-powered Internet business; the Jewish High Holidays.
  • Thu. Sept. 24, 2009
    Thu. Sept. 24, 2009
    Episode 09.24.09
    9/24/09
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    A profile of Harvard University theologian Harvey Cox on the occasion of his retirement; Thomas Beveridge's Yizkor Requiem recognizes the comfort and anguish of death.
  • Thu. Oct. 1, 2009
    Thu. Oct. 1, 2009
    Episode 10.01.09
    10/1/09
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    A controversial cross in the Mojave Desert; the moral issues of the U.S. war in Afghanistan.
  • Thu. Oct 8, 2009
    Thu. Oct 8, 2009
    Episode 10.08.09
    10/8/09
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    Doctors urge patients to leave instructions about their end of life care; the legacy of Father Damien, a priest to lepers.
  • Thu. Oct 15, 2009
    Thu. Oct 15, 2009
    Episode 10.15.09
    10/15/09
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    Opponents and proponents of abortion battle over Obama's health care reform; church volunteers in Portland, Or.
  • Thu. Oct 29, 2009
    Thu. Oct 29, 2009
    Episode 10.19.09
    10/29/09
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    A new hate crime law may threaten religious speech; tolerance for Muslims in Germany; Benedictine sisters.
  • Thu. Oct 22, 2009
    Thu. Oct 22, 2009
    Episode 10.22.09
    10/22/09
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    The Roman Catholic Church's plan to accept unhappy Anglicans; doctors who pray with their patients; Mary Setterholm.
  • Thu. Nov 5, 2009
    Thu. Nov 5, 2009
    Episode 11.05.09
    11/5/09
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    A Protestant church and pastor who helped bring down the Berlin Wall; empathy and health care reform; Mormons redevelop Salt Lake City.
  • Mon. Nov. 16, 2009
    Mon. Nov. 16, 2009
    Episode 11.16.09
    11/16/09
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    Muslims in the military after Ft. Hood; Should juveniles be sentenced to life in prison; Update on Jeni Stepanek
  • Mon. Nov 23, 2009
    Mon. Nov 23, 2009
    Episode 11.23.09
    11/23/09
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    Flannery O'Connor; Black churches respond to HIV/AIDS in DC; The Muslim festival of Eid al-Adha
  • Mon. Nov 30, 2009
    Mon. Nov 30, 2009
    Episode 11.30.09
    11/30/09
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    U.S. Hunger on the Rise; Health Care Costs and the Elderly; Grammy-nominated singer Wintley Phipps
  • Mon. Dec 7, 2009
    Mon. Dec 7, 2009
    Episode 12.07.09
    12/7/09
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    The ethical implications of the new strategy in Afghanistan; Churches hit hard by the recession; The story behind Saint Nicholas
  • Mon. Dec 14, 2009
    Mon. Dec 14, 2009
    Episode 12.14.09
    12/14/09
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    Hasidic Jewish reggae singer Matisyahu; Blue Christmas; Wilderness Spirituality
  • Mon. Dec 21, 2009
    Mon. Dec 21, 2009
    Episode 12.21.09
    12/21/09
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    The Festival of Lessons and Carols; The House in DC
  • Look Back 2009 Roundtable
    Look Back 2009 Roundtable
    Episode 12.25.09
    12/25/09
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    Watch a panel of reporters discuss the most significant religion and ethics news from the past year in this special annual feature.