Faith Informing Politics
October 14, 2012 Length: 1:59:53
Amir Azarvan, progressive economic political science lecturer at Kennesaw State University and William Hinkle (SbDn Basil), Minority Whip in the Washington state house, speak about how their shared Orthodox faith has shaped some very different political thinking.
"I don´t remember when I heard your station the first time. But now I tune in daily and listen to the wonderful music for hours while working in my geological office. It's the only kind of music I can listen to for a long time. The music reminds me of my times in Crete visiting Orthodox churches and services. I thank you very much for that music and the words in between. It seems to be never-ending worship, and it gives me a lot of good feelings and emotions, especially the wonderful Russian Orthodox music. "