Political Disputes Becoming Like Religious Ones; Also, Boosting Civics in Schools

It has been observed that political interactions have increased in intensity as markers of religious faith have declined, so James Keys and Tunde Ogunlana take a look at how religious and political approaches to interacting with others can differ and affect outcomes (02:00). The guys also discuss a recent push to improve civics education in schools (39:34).

DISCUSSION:
It has been observed that political interactions have increased in intensity as markers of religious faith have declined, so James Keys and Tunde Ogunlana take a look at how religious and political approaches to interacting with others can differ and affect outcomes (02:00).  The guys also discuss a recent push to improve civics education in schools (40:10).

LINKS:
America Without God (The Atlantic)

Massive investment in social studies and civics education proposed to address eroding trust in democratic institutions (WaPo)