On Friedrich Schleiermacher's On Religion; Speeches to its Cultured Despisers (1799, with notes added 1821), first and second speeches. Plus some discussion of Immanuel Kant's Religion within the Limits of Reason Alone.
Does religion necessarily conflict with science? Schleiermacher says no: the essence of religion is an emotional response to life; it doesn't give knowledge or even tell us what to do exactly. Moreover, this attitude is a necessary to fully enter into life, to be a whole and fulfilled person. Yes, he's of the "romantic" school, but his approach can still be seen today in liberal Protestant churches.
Running Time: 1 hr., 43 min. Recorded: May 15, 2011. Participants: Mark, Wes, and Daniel Horne
As a bonus, your purchase includes a high-bitrate mp3 of the song that concludes the episode, “Remembrance,” by Fingers (1995, completed 2011).