Episode 115: "Spiritual Tourism" Gives Hope in Disorienting Times
It feels like America's cultural and political life has never been more fragmented and jarring--but a little reflection will suggest that 50 years ago was even crazier, with assassinations and rioting and lies from the White House. In 1965, young Roger Dewey took a spiritual and cultural journey through Latin America that he wrote about in his book The Hitchhiking Diaries. It transformed both his faith and his social conscience. Fifty years later, he and his wife, Claire, revisited the experience and came back with fresh perspective for hopeful faith in this time of craziness.
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What I'm Into
- The Enneagram: A Christian Perspective | Richard Rohr and Andreas Ebert.
- Won't You Be My Neighbor Documentary