Thursday, October 16, 2008

NPR's 'Speaking of Faith' host calls for better religion coverage

Krista Tippett speaks at Yale Divinity School convocation

By Ed Stannard

Register Metro Editor

NEW HAVEN — Krista Tippett, host of National Public Radio’s “Speaking of Faith,” is not really interested in her guests’ religious beliefs.

What she cares deeply about is how they live out those beliefs and how they approach issues that we all face.

“For the record, I’m no longer interested very much in what religious people believe,” she told a packed Marquand Chapel audience Wednesday. “I’m interested in how they think.”

Tippett’s weekly program explores a broad spectrum of religion and spirituality. Based in St. Paul, Minn., the show won a Peabody Award this year. A 1994 graduate of Yale Divinity School, Tippett returned for the school’s fall convocation.

Read the full story at nhregister.com.

Register photo by Arnold Gold

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