Here’s what’s coming up this weekend on State of Belief Radio:
Part Two of Welton’s wide-ranging conversation with Nate Phelps, son of Westboro Baptist Church founder the late Fred Phelps. A documentary film is in the works called Not My Father’s Son: One Man’s Journey From Hate to Hope, and the Kickstarter campaign to fund it has a deadline of July 7th.
Also, how timeless and theological are some of those issues the Catholic Church has gone to war with the federal government over, really? You’ll get your answer when we talk with Patti Miller, author of the new book Good Catholics: The Battle Over Abortion in the Catholic Church.
And the White House is ready with new protections for LGBT workers employed by federal contractors. The Rt. Rev. Gene Robinson, retired Episcopal Bishop of New Hampshire, will weigh in. We’ll also hear from Benny Witkovsky, who works on policy for Interfaith Alliance and was at a White House listening session on the upcoming executive order.
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