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Religious Extremism In Public Schools: R. Elisabeth Cornwell & Sean Faircloth interview author Katherine Stewart

Update 6/22

RDF presents two interviews with Katherine Stewart, the author of The Good News Club: The Christian Right's Stealth Assault on America's Children. The first, with Elisabeth Cornwell, is an in depth interview on Katherine Stewart's investigation into the Child Evangelism Fellowship that started after a Good News Club turned up at her children's elementary school in Santa Barbara California. The second interview, with Sean Faircloth, takes a closer look at the legal issues that have allowed religion to creep back into our public schools.

The Good News Club: R. Elisabeth Cornwell interviews Katherine Stewart


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Update 6/21

Very good discussion over on Why Evolution is True


Religious Extremism In Public Schools: Sean Faircloth interviews author Katherine Stewart


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TAGGED: CHILDREN, EDUCATION, INTERVIEWS, R. ELISABETH CORNWELL, SEAN FAIRCLOTH


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