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Religion and Politics in the American Public Square

A conversation about how increased religious and political partisanship has affected interfaith conversations, with Yehuda Kurtzer and Ross Douthat
Yehuda Kurtzer, Ross Douthat
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Dr. Yehuda Kurtzer is the President of the Shalom Hartman Institute. Yehuda is a leading thinker and author on the meaning of Israel to American Jews, on Jewish history and Jewish memory, and on questions of leadership and change in American Jewish life. Yehuda led the creation of the Shalom Hartman Institute of North America in 2010 as a pioneering research and educational center for the leadership of the North American Jewish community, and teaches

Ross Douthat

Yehuda Kurtzer and The New York Times Op-Ed columnist Ross Douthat discuss religion and politics in the American public square: what has changed over the past twenty years, how increased partisanship has affected interfaith conversations, and whether there is hope for continued dialogue across political divides.

This program was recorded during our interfaith symposium on Truth, Difference and Loyalty in February 2021.

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