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#11: Fracturing of the Christian Right and the Religious “Gender Gap”

This month we talk to Carin Robinson, co-author of Onward Christian Soldiers: The Religious Right in American Politics, about the current state of the Christian Right now that no single organization can credibly claim to be its voice. And in an installment of “Pew Does Our Job for Us,” we discuss an analysis the Pew Research Center released in March showing women to be more religious than men in almost every country in the world. Finally, in “One Last Thing,” Dan has a bone to pick with Zack Snyder and Tim wants to talk about guns.

Original air date: 5/3/2016

#1: US Mormons and Secularizing America

In this episode, we talk with Quin Monson, co-author of Seeking the Promised Land: Mormons in American Politics, and we chat about a new Pew Religious Landscape Survey that suggests Christianity is losing ground in America to other faiths and to those with no faith at all.

Original air date: 7/7/2015