Richard Falk on War, Water and The Wolf of Wall Street

Our guest today is Richard Falk - an international law and international relations scholar who taught at Princeton University for forty years. Since 2002 he has lived in Santa Barbara, California, and taught at the local campus of the University of California in Global and International Studies … Read more about Richard Falk on War, Water and The Wolf of Wall Street

Maybe the Mayans Weren’t Wrong

In all of the hub-bub surrounding the Mayan apocalypse that came and went without incident, it was tough to resist the funny one-liner on Facebook and Twitter. We have become so calloused against the doomsday predictions that have fueled the religious airwaves, TV broadcasts and book sales of the … Read more about Maybe the Mayans Weren’t Wrong

Waking Up to Community & Empire with Marc Ellis

Dr. Marc Ellis is renowned thinker and a Jewish Liberation Theologian. In this interview with Bo & Tripp  he speaks candidly about community, empire, Biblical scholarship, Israel, the Apostle Paul, Evangelics, and legendary people that he knew (like Dorothy Day). Marc Ellis is widely regarded … Read more about Waking Up to Community & Empire with Marc Ellis

9/11 Special: Graham E. Fuller and a world without Islam

On the 10th anniversary of the September 11th attacks, we talk to Graham E. Fuller about the world we live in and geo-political roots of our contemporary conflicts. We talk about Israel, Turkey, Russia, Bosnia,  Malaysia, Indonesia and America.  We also go back in history - past the Crusades - to … Read more about 9/11 Special: Graham E. Fuller and a world without Islam

Initiating Peace in Palestine

During the Advent season, my cousin Tim Palmer, college minister at Aldersgate United Methodist (and a pretty talented songwriter) in Abilene, Texas launched 'The Bethlehem Initiative'. The idea was simple: sell rad t-shirts to raise money benefiting Combatants for Peace. The organic t-shirts were … Read more about Initiating Peace in Palestine

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