Independent commentator on religion and culture. She recently wrote a blog on Beliefnet, entitled, Elena Kagan and a Lament for American Protestantism. Her most recent book is called A People’s History of Religion: The Other Side of the Story. She joins us from Alexandria, Virginia
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