Challenges of Teaching Faith Religious educators and leaders discuss the personal and political challenges of teaching religious studies.
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Challenges of Teaching Faith

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Religious educators and leaders discuss the personal and political challenges of teaching religious studies.

Guests include Darron Smith, author of Black and Mormon and a sociology professor at Westminster College in Salt Lake City, Utah; Rabbi Curtis G. Caldwell, pastor at First Tabernacle, Church of God and Saints Of Christ in Newark, N.J.; and Michael Battle, president of Interdenominational Theological Center in Atlanta, Ga.