Religion and America's Moral Choices

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photoReligion's influence in American politics and daily life is growing at a speedy rate. Making moral choices is also getting stickier these days, with all the advances in medicine and science.

For more than 40 years, Harvard theologian Harvey Cox has been the leading trend spotter in American religions. In his new book, "When Jesus Came to Harvard," Cox examines the challenges Americans are facing as they make moral choices in today's world.

Hear a conversation with Cox on how religion in America is affecting the moral decisions Americans are making.


Harvey Cox, professor of theology at Harvard Divinity School, author of the new book When Jesus Came to Harvard: Making Moral Choices Today.

This program aired on December 2, 2004.


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