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Conversation with Krista Tippett

Krista Tippett,  the host of the On Being program, explains what it is like to be a professional listener to others' religious inspiration and insights in this interesting interview. She discusses her listening strategies and the "spiritual genius" that she seeks to bring to the public's attention in individuals that she interviews. Neither the extremely religious nor the extreme atheist, such persons, she notes, are normally too humble to grab the public stage. Yet they have grown wise, powerful and tender by having taken "the particular suffering of their lives into themselves and found that it need not overwhelm them." The interview with Krista Tippett is available from Resources for American Christianity.

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