April 30, 1972 - Existential psychologist and author Dr. Rollo May gives lecture, entitled "The Courage to Create," at Central Presbyterian Church in Saint Paul as part of The Institute for Ecumenical and Cultural Research memorial ‘Paul Tillich: Celebration of a Life.’
May 1, 1972 - MPR’s Paul Gruchow interviews Father Larry Gavin, of Wilmont Minneosta, about his sexuality and his vow of celibacy.
May 7, 1972 - Dr. Rollo May, author, theologian and psychoanalyst speaks at a gathering in memory of Paul Tillich. He reminisces on his relationship with Tilich and delivers his address "Love and the Daimonic.”
September 8, 1972 - A discussion by local members of the Jewish community on the eve of Rosh Hashanah, following the slayings of the Israeli delegation to the Olympic Games 1972. Hosted by Connie Goldman, who is joined by Paul Gruchow. [Please note - audio contains explicit language]
October 6, 1972 - Conversation with Roland Bainton on the religious roots of American culture.
December 26, 1972 - MPR’s Connie Goldman interviews Star Tribune columnist R.T. Smith on his book “Cult and Occult.” Smith discusses what he discovered while writing book, including views on witches and the unexplained.
April 1, 1973 - Connie Goldman examines Minnesota's parole system by looking in detail at one of its recent decisions. The release of Bill Rankin, convicted of three felonies, aroused a storm of public protest that eventually reached the Governor's office. We hear both Rankin and the critics of his release in this program.
November 28, 1973 - MPR’s Connie Goldman interviews author and journalist James E. Myers, who discusses his book "Bridge of Time: View of the Israeli People".
January 23, 1974 - Theologian and philosopher Rubem Alves speaking at Nobel Conference X: The Quest for Peace held at Gustavus Adolphus College. Alves's speech was titled “Diagnosis of a Sickness: The Will to War.”
June 24, 1974 - Following a Conservative Baptist Convention held here in St. Paul, this program focuses on subject of “Baptists”. Includes report segments, music selections, speeches, and interviews with Professor Bruce Shelley of the Conservative Baptist Theological Seminary in Denver; Dr. Russell Shive, national director of the Conservative Baptist Association; and Oregon Senator Mark Hatfield.