11 a.m., December 12, 2021
This Sunday we will watch and discuss a video in which journalist and historian, Susan Jacoby, talks with Bill Moyers about the role secularism and intellectual curiosity have played throughout America’s history, a topic explored in her book, The Great Agnostic: Robert Ingersoll and American Free Thought.
This is a Moyers and Company interview recorded in 2013. It runs 35 minutes 28 seconds. You can view it at youtube.com/watch?v=tZZfYIFr2nY.
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