• September 15, 2015
    On Monday, Sanders went to a pillar of the religious right – Liberty University in Lynchburg, Va. – to make the case that fighting for economic justice is a moral undertaking.
  • March 22, 2012
    Elaine Pagels shares perceived roles of sexuality in classic Bible stories.
  • July 14, 2006 | Faith and Reason
    Bill Moyers speaks with David Grossman about the Bible and his new book on the Biblical giant, Samson.
  • December 15, 1996 | Genesis: A Living Conversation
    Gifted, talented, and handsome, Joseph survives slavery and exile by his wits. What does his story mean today?
  • December 1, 1996 | Genesis: A Living Conversation
    By engineering Isaac's blessing on Jacob, does Rebecca become the heroine of the story, or simply a schemer? And what of Esau, her passed-over son?
  • November 24, 1996 | Genesis: A Living Conversation
    God's command to Abraham to sacrifice Isaac raises profoundly disturbing questions. What kind of God would make such a demand? And what kind of parent would consider obeying it?
  • November 17, 1996 | Genesis: A Living Conversation
    Seeking a descendant, Abraham takes Hagar as a wife, who conceives Ishmael — engendering jealousy, division and pain for everyone involved.
  • November 10, 1996 | Genesis: A Living Conversation
    When God chooses Abraham to found a dynasty, how does Abraham react? What does divine sanction mean, both for the chosen and the non-chosen?
  • November 3, 1996 | Genesis: A Living Conversation
    Bill Moyers speaks with biblical experts about Noah and the great flood.
  • July 16, 1989 | A Second Look
    Bill Moyers recalls outstanding moments with three different writers, Archibald MacLesish, Dame Rebecca West and George Steiner.