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Spectrums Project: Can liberals and conservatives do church together?

In the fall semester of 2012, the Boston University School of Theology held a lecture on the Spectrums Project, an initiative for investigating the liberal-conservative distinction in religion. Some of today's most exciting findings on ideology, religion, and belief are in the video of that night's lecture, including short talks by Wesley Wildman, Stephen Chapin Garner, Aimee Radom, and Connor Wood. Video courtesy of BUniverse, Boston University's public forum for videos and lectures.

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