Faith, or the lack thereof, can be one of the most defining aspects of a group of people. There’s a big debate about the role faith played in the founding of the United States of America, and how it should or should not affect the government. Conservative pundits Andrew Klavan and Bill Whittle have differing viewpoints when it comes to religion, which makes their conversations about the role faith plays in government even more fascinating. In these four segments, they discuss anti-theism — the idea that there is no God, and to let God into the public square is dangerous — and its impact on government, along with technology’s impact on religion, the relevancy of intelligent design in today’s society, and how science and faith interact.
Andrew Klavan is an award-winning author, screenwriter and media commentator. He writes a column for PJMedia.com, and regularly appears on PJTV.com.
Bill Whittle is a writer, film director, TV editor and instrument-rated pilot. His show “Afterburner” on PJTV.com challenges widely held misconceptions about politics and society. Frequently asking the difficult ethical questions, Whittle attempts to underscore conservative values and philosophy through logical reasoning.
Klavan and Whittle come together to share their unique viewpoints and deep understanding of the issues facing America and the world today in PJTV’s “Klavan and Whittle” video series.