An interfaith chat show that worked "to promote ecumenical understanding and interfaith dialogue" in Kansas City for 28 years is soon to step into the abyss.
Of course a local blogger makes it all about him . . . And his book . . .
"If we've learned anything about religion in the last 20 years since the 9/11 terrorist attacks, it's what we already should have known, which is that sometimes religious ideas can be dangerous, a subject I wrote about here earlier this year. For that reason, among many others, we need opportunities to talk openly and honestly about religion."
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com news link . . .
I got to be a guest this past Sunday morning on the long-running radio program called "Religion on the Line," which the Rev. Robert Lee Hill has hosted for nearly three decades, with some help from his friends, especially Michael...