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.”
March 1, 1974 - Mother of Dennis Banks says a prayer on behalf of the women of Wounded Knee.
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.
August 1, 1974 - Kevin McKiernan report on the Sun Dance Ritual, a Lakota (Sioux) religious ceremony. McKiernan details the experience of traveling to and witnessing the event, held at Crow Dog's Paradise. This is the first of two reports completed.
August 3, 1974 - Kevin McKiernan report on the Sun Dance Ritual, a Lakota (Sioux) religious ceremony. McKiernan details the experience of traveling to and witnessing the event, held at Crow Dog's Paradise. This is the second of two reports completed.
September 19, 1974 - The Council of American Witches hold their fourth convention in Minneapolis. Chairman Carl Weschcke says witches are socially conscious people, wanting to save mankind from self-destruction.
January 1, 1975 - Professor and author Joseph Campbell speaks at Kundalini lecture. Topic is on yoga and far east thought.
October 17, 1975 - Langdon Gilkey, professor of theology at the Divinity School at the University of Chicago, speaking at the Nobel Conference XI, held in St. Peter, MN. Gilkey’s address was titled “The Future of Science.” Gilkey is author of numerous books, including "Maker of Heaven and Earth", "How the World Can Minister to the World Without Losing Itself", and "Religion and the Scientific Future."
December 16, 1975 - MPR’s Kate Williams reports on Reverend Jeanette Piccard, who in an excerpted speech, defends her ordination and right as a woman to be a priest.
February 25, 1976 - A news feature with art historian Rena Coen on the history of religious art, especially the Norwegian immigrants to Minnesota in the 19th century.