Bishop Spong ponders eternity Religious thinker John Shelby Spong tackles the question of whether there is life after death. And he begins by considering that Christianity's emphasis on eternal life may be wrong.9:06 a.m.
John Shelby Spong: Former Episcopal bishop of Newark, until his retirement in 2000. His latest book is "Eternal Life: A New Vision."
Compassion key to understanding world's religions Religious thinker and writer Karen Armstrong argues that the major religions of the world share a view that compassion is essential. But she says those who worship God too frequently forget to practice compassion.10:06 a.m.
Karen Armstrong: Author of many books on Christianity, Islam and Buddhism. Her newest book is "The Case for God"