The interesting conversation related to the Mark Lila's idea of the political theology. Regardless of their multiculturalist view that we should bring the idea of laicity or democracy out of the local traditions, you could find some useful inspirations by this dialogue. For example, we really need to work on the meaning of the political Islamic theology, its history and its mutation in the contemporary era. All we knew about the political theology is mostly on the Christianity. Let's think about the Islamic will to the power. Lila gives audiences one clue about the importance of "Sharia" for understanding the political theology in the Islamic context.
The speech of José Casanova between 42:40 and 43:21 is really funny and important. He says about the complexities of the American constitution and the result of imitation in other countries. :)))