Season 3: Divine Right of Kings

Our modern liberal-religious beliefs do not encompass "the divine right of kings", but as humans living in societies we are drawn toward certain ideas about power and those who exercise it. On today's episode, Reverend Peggy and Reverend Sarah take up the thorny question of the relationship between human power and the divine. What are we looking for in our earthly figures of power? What are we lacking? Join us for a conversation that unites history, theology, and personal experience to untangle a significant philosophical question. This episode is also available on YouTube at https://youtu.be/q8fy9ahL4x8. Please write back to us at podcast@ccny.org. If you enjoy the show, a great way to support CCNY's broadcasting program is by subscribing, rating, or leaving a review.

Our modern liberal-religious beliefs do not encompass "the divine right of kings", but as humans living in societies we are drawn toward certain ideas about power and those who exercise it. On today's episode, Reverend Peggy and Reverend Sarah take up the thorny question of the relationship between human power and the divine. What are we looking for in our earthly figures of power? What are we lacking? Join us for a conversation that unites history, theology, and personal experience to untangle a significant philosophical question.

This episode is also available on YouTube at https://youtu.be/q8fy9ahL4x8. Please write back to us at podcast@ccny.org. If you enjoy the show, a great way to support CCNY's broadcasting program is by subscribing, rating, or leaving a review. 
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