In this hour-long program, we explore how organizations and individuals are working to build bridges between religions, often in the most conflict-ridden places in the world.
We travel to Amsterdam, where Jewish and Muslim community leaders are using their friendship to bridge the ever-widening divide between their two communities. And in Cordoba, Spain, we visit a cathedral built inside a mosque, where Catholics and Muslims are in the midst of a fierce debate over how and whether different religions can coexist in a shared sacred space.
Featured guests include:
- Geneive Abdo: Fellow at the Stimson Center's Middle East program and the Brookings Institution
- Peter Berger: Professor Emeritus at Boston University
- Jack Goldstone: Public Policy Professor at George Mason University and a Fellow with the Woodrow Wilson Center
- Chris Seiple: Chairman of the Board of the Institute for Global Engagement
- Gerry Serrota: Executive Director of the InterFaith Conference of Metropolitan Washington