John Shelby Spong: Part II State of Belief Radio Interview, August 17, 2013

[REV. DR. C. WELTON GADDY, HOST]: When you started writing these kinds of thoughts – who were you writing for? Were you writing for yourself? Were you writing knowing that there were people who were just exactly where you were – who was your audience? [RT. REV. JOHN SHELBY SPONG, Continue Reading

[Controversial] What is your most politically incorrect belief? r/AskReddit

r/AskReddit: What is your most politically incorrect belief? I think that saying you can’t take care of a mentally disabled kid for the rest of your life is okay. And that education for these people should be changed. It sucks how much funding a school loses if even one mentally Continue Reading

“Zealot” Author Reza Aslan State of Belief Radio Interview: July 20, 2013

[REV. DR. C. WELTON GADDY, HOST]: Reza Aslan is a respected religion scholar, a popular commentator, best-selling author and University professor. His first book, “No god but God: The Origins, Evolution, and Future of Islam,” has been translated into thirteen languages, and named one of the 100 most important books Continue Reading

Halloween: Paranormal beliefs in America | IN 60 SECONDS

Boo! It’s Halloween, guys! According to a handful of polls, belief in ghosts may be on the rise. A 2007 AP/Ipsos poll found that 1/3 of American adults believed in ghosts. In a 2011 CBS News question, 40 percent said that they believed that ghosts, or the spirits of the Continue Reading

Putin Smiles At Two Girls During A Midnight Liturgy In The Church Where He Was Baptized As A Baby

On Christmas night, Vladimir Putin visited the Transfiguration Cathedral in St. Petersburg. This is tradition, the president spends Christmas for the third time exactly at the church where he was baptized. After the service, he addressed the congregation with congratulations. Salima Zarif reports on Chrismas night in St. Petersburg Believers Continue Reading