All Things Considered host Robert Siegel offers provocative conversations with true believers from many faiths about how they view the afterlife and how these beliefs shape their behavior in this one. The five-part series airs the week of October 7 on All Things Considered..
The Afterlife: Evangelical Protestant Monday, October 7
Reverend Gabriel Salguero, pastor of The Lamb's Church in New York City and president of the National Latino Evangelical Coalitio
The Afterlife: Islam Tuesday, October 8
Mufti Asif Umar, Imam at the Islamic Foundation of Greater St. Louis.
The Afterlife: Judaism Wednesday, October 9
Rabbi Joseph Telushkin, author of Jewish Literacy: The Most Important Things to Know About the Jewish Religion, Its People and Its History.
The Afterlife: Samuel Scheffler Thursday, October 10
NYU philosophy professor Samuel Scheffler argues that the future of the human race as a whole influences our behavior more than we realize.
The Afterlife: Catholicism Friday, October 11
Notre Dame theology professor and Dominican Sister of Peace Mary Catherine Hilkert
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