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Inside the Business of Religion

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Inside the Business of Religion

Inside the Business of Religion

Inside the Business of Religion

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As part of this month's religion series, we take a look at the marketing of religion and how different faiths balance business with spirituality.

Guests include Ashahed Muhammad, a member of the Nation of Islam and head of the Truth Establishment Institute, a research and publishing company in Chicago; Daniel Radosh, author of the forth-coming book Rapture Ready! Adventures in the Parallel Universe of Christian Pop Culture; and Carla Goldstein, director of external affairs and head of the Women's Institute for The Omega Institute, a spiritual retreat center in Rhinebeck, New York.