Book Discussion on When Religions Becomes Evil
Participating remotely from Winston-Salem, North Carolina, Charles Kimball, professor of comparative religion, spoke about his examination… read more
Participating remotely from Winston-Salem, North Carolina, Charles Kimball, professor of comparative religion, spoke about his examination of religion gone awry. He also discussed the transformation of religion into a violent and destructive force. Apparent today in Islamic fundamentalism, Mr. Kimball explained how violence has manifested itself throughout history in other religions. He responded to questions and comments from viewers.
Professor Kimball is the author of When Religions Becomes Evil: Five Warning Signs, published by HarperSanFrancisco. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
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