Lynn Neary

Lynn Neary is a reporter for National Public Radio's Culture Desk, and is responsible for developing NPR's first fulltime religion beat. She earned her B.A. in English from Fordham University. In addition to serving NPR as a cultural correspondent, she has also served as a host of All Things Considered, Radio Expeditions, and Performance Today.


Volume 8

Guests on Volume 8: Alan Jacobs, on novelist Iris Murdoch and how fiction encourages reflection in the moral life; Gilbert Meilaender, on "Random Acts of Kindness," cultivating virtue, and the meaning of kindness; Richard Lints, on The Fabric of Theology: A Prolegomenon to Evangelical Theology; Lynn Neary, on religion reporting's rebirth in the mainstream media; Ken Myers, on Recent Periodicals; James Davison Hunter, on the superficiality of journalism; Howard Rheingold, on the viability of "Virtual Community"; and Dominic Aquila, on Estonian composer Arvo Pärt's Te Deum.