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After Tsunami, Religion Plays Role in Coping

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Many victims of the tsunami are left with tough questions about fate and natural disasters. Often, they're left with few answers, only their faith. We discuss how Muslims, Buddhists, Hindus and Christians reconcile religion and disaster.

Guests:

Simon Winchester, author, Krakatoa: The Day the World Exploded and The Map that Changed the World

Asoka Bandarage , visiting professor, South Asian Studies at Georgetown University

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