Albuquerque, NM (PRWEB) May 12, 2006
While still enjoying literary success, through a book that encourages establishing a personal relationship with God, Sankara Saranam moves on to his own Air America radio show aimed at spreading understanding by raising crucial questions. “Religion Roundtable” will be the only radio show hosted by a bona fide philosopher and mystic, who strives to offer a spiritual path unconfined by religion. http://www.godwithoutreligion.com
The premier show will air Saturday, May 13, and will stream live on the Air America site http://www.aaphx.com at 8:00 am Pacific time and 11:00 Eastern. The program will broadcast from the KUNM University of New Mexico campus studio in Albuquerque.
Sankara’s guest for this first show will be Rev. Dr. Michael Ellner, president of HEAL (Health Education AIDS Liaison), coauthor of Quantum Focus, and winner of the IMDHA Pen and Quill Award. Dr. Ellner will be exploring the controversy of whether HIV is categorically linked to AIDS.
Mr. Saranam, son of Iraqi Jews, became disillusioned with organized religion at a early age and embarked on a quest to discover God on his own. His motto for “Religion Roundtable” is best summed up by Carl Sagan, who said, “One of the saddest lessons of history is this: If we’ve been bamboozled long enough, we tend to reject any evidence of the bamboozle. We’re no longer interested in finding out the truth. The bamboozle has captured us. It is simply too painful to acknowledge – even to ourselves – that we’ve been so credulous.”
Jeff Farias, director of programming and production for Air America’s Nova M Radio, says, “As a network that mostly deals with political issues, we look to Sankara Saranam’s program, “Religion Roundtable,” as a means to enable our listeners to explore their own spirituality and confront the greater questions of our existence and our purposes on this earth.”
Be sure to mark the calendar for “Religion Roundtable,” May 13, and stay tuned weekly for dynamic, groundbreaking discussions with notable and stimulating authors, speakers, teachers, and thinkers as Sankara explores the cutting edge of how the world’s view of religion is evolving. http://www.godwithoutreligion.com
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