Faith on the Record: Tony Jones on the Boston Marathon Bombing Suspects

As details emerge over the Boston Marathon bombing suspects, it’s important to be careful when dealing with religious labels, says Tony Jones, theologian and author of “Questions that Haunt Christianity.” “Compared to many people around the world, our lives are free of terror,” he said. “We experience relative peace.” Previously, Peter Heltzel spoke on working for a nonviolent world after the tragedy and Peter Morales spoke on the interfaith service in Boston. Odyssey Networks in a non-profit media organization dedicated to building bridges of understanding between people of faith. VisitOdyssey Networks.org to support our work and learn more.

As details emerge over the Boston Marathon bombing suspects, it’s important to be careful when dealing with religious labels, says Tony Jones, theologian and author of “Questions that Haunt Christianity.” “Compared to many people around the world, our lives are free of terror,” he said. “We experience relative peace.” Previously, Peter Heltzel spoke on working for a nonviolent world after the tragedy and Peter Morales spoke on the interfaith service in Boston. Odyssey Networks in a non-profit media organization dedicated to building bridges of understanding between people of faith. VisitOdyssey Networks.org to support our work and learn more.

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