Program 266a: Sojourning Further; Being Human; Turkish Nomads

Release Date: 11-23-2013


A preacher, a biologist, and a granddaughter of Turkish nomads give perspectives on how people around the world are really all part of the same family whether they live in a suburban bungalow or a goat hair tent. Rick interviews Reverend Jim Wallis, "The Darwinian Tourist," and a nomadic sheep herder to discover what they've learned from their travels.


  • Rev. Jim Wallis, CEO of the non-profit organization Sojourners, and author of "Rediscovering Values:  A Guide for Economic and Moral Recovery" (Howard Books)
  • Christopher Wills, Professor of Biological Sciences and member of the Center for Molecular Genetics at the University of California San Diego, and author of "The Darwinian Tourist"  (Oxford Univ. Press)
  • Ayşegül Ünlü, tour guide from Turkey
  • Dispatch from Portugal filed by bicycle adventurer Willie Weir

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