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.


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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