Brew Theology Podcast

Episode 119: Religion & Politics

March 21, 2019

Out of Context: Religious - Political Agendas... Episode 119!

Henry VIII, Elizabeth I, The Islamic State, and Kim Jong-un. What do they have in common? They have all used religion to advance their political ideologies. We will discuss how religion has played a role in politics for centuries, and how easily religious teachings can be taken out of context to advance the personal and political agendas of individuals and groups.

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Next, Brew Theology presents, “ALEtruist" on Saturday, May 4 (10:30AM - 3:30AM. ALEtruist is an Interfaith Community event with a Cause over Craft beer! We'll have religious leaders form the world's prominent 6 religions... More info and tix, HERE!

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