A weekly podcast exploring academic research on religion and featuring top scholars in history, sociology, political science, economics and religious studies.
United States
67 episodes
since Oct. 9, 2016


It is said that Jesus hits like the atom bomb.  If so, then Buddha, or at least this episode on Buddhism and near-future technology, might be the daisy cutter of philosophy.  Whereas most of the episodes on Research on Religion have focused on Christianity, the dominant faith tradition in the English-speaking world and the topic most in my wheelhouse, I tried to venture outside of the box on a regular basis to learn about other religions.  Relative to Christianity, there isn't as much social...Keep on reading: #1 Matthew Moore on Buddhism, Meditating Machines, and the Robopocalypse.
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