Listen to a web-exclusive interview with Arlene Sanchez Walsh and to Cecil Robeck describe the history of William Seymour, the Azusa Street mission, and the role of Los Angeles in Pentecostalism's growth and rapid spread across the globe.
Listen to a compilation of Portugese sorrow songs by various artists.
Jelle de Boer explains animistic belief systems and the ecological necessity for natural disasters.
Listen to Krista's extended conversations with civil rights pioneer Joseph Lowery, author Debbie Morris, and minister and relative of an executed murderer, Sarah Griffith.
Listen to the author of Sport Is Not a Religion discuss the virtues of amateur sports and the role of religion in the contemporary arena.
Listen to Precious Rasheeda Muhammad, founder and president of the Journal of Islam in America Press and founder of the Islam in America conferences at Harvard Divinity School, read from her essay "Oh Allah, Operate on Us!" Islam and the Legacy of American Slavery, which appears as part of a collection of essays Taking Back Islam: American Muslims Reclaim Their Faith, edited by Michael Wolfe.
Listen to these unheard clips from Krista's interviews with Joan Brown Campbell and Thomas Hoyt:
Bart Ehrman and Luke Timothy Johnson discuss early forms of Christianity and the value of ancient texts.
» "Hilfiker's Transition to D.C." (RealAduio, 8:00)
Listen to David Hilfiker describe why he and his wife Marja decided to change their lives, how Christ House works, and what he had to face in himself there, including the impulse our society cultivates to "improve" the poor.
» "A Turning Point" (RealAudio, 3:56)
In this segment, Dr. Hilfiker tells one story from his medical practice in Washington, a turning point in his desire to unearth the history that led to urban poverty that perpetuates itself across generations.