Letters: Some Cheers, Some Boos, For Afterlife Series Robert Siegel and Melissa Block read emails from listeners, which provided a very mixed review of Robert Siegel's conversation about the afterlife Monday with Rev. Gabriel Salguero, pastor of The Lamb's Church in New York City and president of the National Latino Evangelical Coalition. That conversation opened <em>All Things Considered</em>'s week-long look at what the afterlife means to religious leaders and scholars of different faiths.
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Letters: Some Cheers, Some Boos, For Afterlife Series

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Robert Siegel and Melissa Block read emails from listeners, which provided a very mixed review of Robert Siegel's conversation about the afterlife Monday with Rev. Gabriel Salguero, pastor of The Lamb's Church in New York City and president of the National Latino Evangelical Coalition. That conversation opened <em>All Things Considered</em>'s week-long look at what the afterlife means to religious leaders and scholars of different faiths.

ROBERT SIEGEL, HOST:

It's time now for your letters. Most Americans agree that there is an afterlife. But what does it look like? What's waiting for us on the other side? What if there isn't another side? Well, this week's series of discussions about the afterlife started with my conversation yesterday with the Reverend Gabriel Salguero. He is the pastor of The Lamb's Church in New York City, and he is president of the National Latino Evangelical Coalition.

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