Monthly Archives: December 2012

In Context War Report on Monday

Join us on Monday, December 31, 2012 at noon for In Context’s monthly War Report. As we’ve reported for over a year, the Syrian uprising is actually a surrogate struggle between the U.S./NATO and Russia/Iran.  Russia just upped the ante … Continue reading

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Podcast for Christmas Eve In Context

You can listen to our Christmas Eve show by clicking here.  Guests include environmentalist Bill McKibben and representatives of local soup kitchens, the New Haven Community Soup Kitchen and the Thomas Merton Center in Bridgeport, Connecticut.  We talk about the … Continue reading

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Christmas Eve on In Context, Monday at noon

Join us on Monday, December 24, 2012, Christmas Eve, at noon as we discuss with environmentalist Bill McKibben how Christmas became so commercial and how families can celebrate Christmas in a more simple and satisfying way.  We, also, talk with … Continue reading

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Was Newtown Massacre a Symptom of a Sick Society?

Last week, a gunman entered an elementary school in Sandy Hook, CT, only 40 minutes from where I live, and murdered children. This unthinkable and vile act has sparked a tidal wave of gun control debates in the mainstream media … Continue reading

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Podcast for December 17, 2012 In Context

Listen to yesterday’s broadcast by clicking here.  We open the show with a report on the movement of NATO Patriot missiles batteries to Turkey’s border with Syria, the latest escalation in the effort to overthrow the Syrian government.  We then … Continue reading

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Understanding Islam on In Context, Monday at noon

Join us on Monday, December 17, 2012 at noon as we speak with Dr. Kareem Adeeb, a Fairfield based Islamic authority, who will answer basic questions about Islam.  What are its fundamental beliefs?  What are its similarities to Christianity?  How … Continue reading

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