Studying The Ear And Consciousness, Exploring Religious Freedom For Non-Christians, North Korea

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We talk with a researcher who’s exploring human consciousness — via the ear, and memory. We also discuss how much freedom non-Christian religions experience as compared to Christian groups. And we look at the significance of President Trump’s historic steps into North Korea Sunday.

Featured in this Show

  • The Significance Of Trump Stepping Into North Korea

    President Trump made history Sunday when he became the first sitting president to step into North Korea. We break down the significance of the moment, and talk about what’s to come as nuclear talks with the country restart.

  • Déjà Vu For Your Ears

    What can having a déjà vu experience — specifically one with our sense of hearing — teach us about our own consciousness? We talk with a Colorado State researcher who’s been looking into this.

  • The Barriers To Religious Freedom Facing Non-Christians In America

    Our guest says Christians in the U.S. have more freedom to express their religion than non-Christians. He explains why he says we should welcome efforts from Atheists, Satanists, pagans, Muslims and other religious minorities to be part of public life.

Episode Credits

  • Rob Ferrett Host
  • Rachael Vasquez Producer
  • Tim Peterson Producer
  • Bill Martens Producer
  • Chris Reardon Guest
  • Anne Cleary Guest
  • Jay Wexler Guest

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