Monday on Lake Effect: Religion & Violence, Zoomie Award List, Roadside Assistance
Monday on Lake Effect:
How people of faith can respond when violence is undertaken in the name of religion. We’ll talk with a religious scholar about the history and dynamics surround people who use religion as a justification for violence. Later, our auto contributor talks about his favorite cars of the past 12 months. And a man whose hobby is roadside assistance shares his suggestions for preventing your own car breakdown.
- Charles Kimball, University of Oklahoma
- Mark Savage, auto contributor
- Walt Brinker, author, Roadside Survival