"Because I do not hope to turn again, Let these words answer, For what is done, not to be done again..." Hear audio of poet T.S. Eliot reading his poem, a favorite of Krista's guest Karen Armstrong.
A letter defending the concept of the Trinity by one of the formulators of the Eastern Orthodox doctrine of the Holy Trinity.
Read a copy of the biblical passage from Romans 12: 9–21, which Volf recited to close the show.
Read Amitai Etzioni's essay "Mosque and State in Iraq" that was published in the October & November 2003 issue of Policy Review. Amitai Etzioni is a University Professor at George Washington University and author of the autobiography My Brother's Keeper: A Memoir and a Message as well as From Empire to Community: A New Approach to International Relations.
Omid Safi describes his reasons for using the lyrics of "The Times They Are A-Changin'" in the introduction to his book Progressive Muslims: On Justice, Gender, and Pluralism. Listen and read the lyrics to Bob Dylan's modern folk classic.
Read a letter Malcolm X wrote to Elijah Muhammad, the leader of the Nation of Islam, after his departure from the organization and view an actual copy of the typewritten letter.
Read an extended version of the column "Six Steps to Becoming a Better 'Work Prophet'" that was read by Tim McGuire during the program.
Read an essay, "The Feminine Touch", written by J. Edgar Hoover, in which he lauds the importance of women performing administrative functions and justifies women being excluded because of the physical rigors of being a Special Agent. An excerpt from the pamphlet rationalizes why women can't be FBI agents.
Read a version of the poem Coleen Rowley recited during the program and sung by Maggie and Suzzy Roche on their album Zero Church.