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This edition: Can Religion Withstand Technology?





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A skeptic, a devout Muslim scientist, and an expert in the sociology of religion examine an intriguing paradox: as the world becomes more scientific, extreme religions are gaining ground. More people than ever before are devout as measured by attendance in houses of worship. In the U.S. alone, on a percentage basis, three times more people attend a church, synagogue, temple, or mosque than did when the nation was founded.
Guests: Muzaffar Iqbal, Donald Miller, Michael Shermer. Host: Robert L. Kuhn.

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