Lisa Clark Diller, PhD, chair of the History Department at Southern Adventist University and Jason Hines, PhD, associate professor in the Department of Healthcare Administration at AdventHealth University join me in a spirited debate on U.S. politics and the problems of a fragmentary civic epistemology. Approaching issues from progressive and even anarchist perspectives, they talk about what’s at stake at the Supreme Court, for folks of faith, and those who care about social justice.
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On this week’s episode of the Adventist Voices podcast, host Alexander Carpenter chats about US politics with Lisa Clark Diller, PhD, chair of the History Dept at SAU and Jason Hines, PhD, associate professor in the Dept of Healthcare Admin at AHU.