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When Religion Becomes Evil

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Tuesday, October 08, 2002

The terrorist attacks of September 11th raised issues about religious fanatacism. Charles Kimball, religion professor and expert on Islam discusses the blurred line between faith and hate. A conversation with business tycoons Sam Hill, Marylou Quinlan, and Bernd Schmidt about the end of advertising, and composer Philip Glass talks about his latest film score, Naqoyqatsi.

Charles Kimball

The terrorist attacks of September 11th raised issues about religious fanatacism. Charles Kimball, religion professor and expert on Islam discusses the blurred line between faith and hate, When Religion Becomes Evil.

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Sam Hill, Marylou Quinlan, and Bernd Schmidt

A conversation with business tycoons Sam Hill, Marylou Quinlan, and Bernd Schmidt about the end of advertising.

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JD McClatchy and Rachel Hadas

Editor JD McClatchy and translator Rachel Hadas discuss, Horace the Odes: New Translations by Contemporary Poets.

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Philip Glass

Composer Philip Glass talks about his latest film score, Naqoyqatsi.

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