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Interfaith Voices provides engaging and informative discussion on the key public issues of our day through the lenses of many different faith perspectives. We foster religious tolerance and educate our listeners on the broad diversity of religious traditions and viewpoints in the United States. This podcast feed is for the hour-long version of the program.
 
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Common Threads: An Interfaith Dialogue

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Common Threads: An Interfaith Dialogue

Fred Stella, Kaufman Interfaith Institute, WGVU-FM, Interfaith Dialogue Association, Grand Valley State University

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This is a weekly program that airs on Michigan NPR affiliates WGVU and WGVK. These 2 stations cover the entire western portion of the state. The show is hosted by Fred Stella, President of Interfaith Dialogue Association, an affiliate of Kaufman Interfaith Institute, which operates out of Grand Valley State University, the owner of WGVU. Each week Fred invites clerics, authors, activists and the occasional mystic into conversation about the role of spirituality and religion in politics, worl ...
 
This is the official podcast of the Texas Interfaith Center for Public Policy. The TICPP is a faith-based 501c3 nonprofit with a mission to help people of faith participate faithfully and effectively in public policy discussions concerning broad religious social concerns through non-partisan education on policy issues and training in civic participation. From food and mental health to the theology of creation care, the Interfaith Center is committed to developing people of faith into well-ed ...
 
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One of the major themes to emerge from the new PBS documentary "The Black Church: This is Our Story, This is Our Song" is the often-overlooked roles Black women play in strengthening that institution.Interfaith Voices tarafından oluşturuldu
 
Remember back in the day when almost from birth a girl was groomed to become a wife? If so, I'm impressed that you're still alive, because I'm pretty old myself, and I have only the vaguest memories of that world. But in certain cultures this still stands. In these episodes with author Rachel Rueckert, we discuss the challenges of growing up in the…
 
Dr. Lewis V Baldwin, professor emeritus at Vanderbilt University, discusses his new book, “The Arc of Truth: The Thinking of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr,” which he was inspired to write, in part, by the battle over truthInterfaith Voices tarafından oluşturuldu
 
Award-winning Palestinian-American journalist Daoud Kuttub writes for the Religion News Service that the rise of Israel’s far-right orthodox parties in the new coalition government could threaten democracy and democraticInterfaith Voices tarafından oluşturuldu
 
When is making music about community survival? For Ladino singer Sarah Aroeste, her role is as much as a cultural preservationist. Although she was raised in suburban New Jersey, Sarah's family heritage goes back to the town of Monastir in Macedonia, where 98% of the Jewish population were killed during the Holocaust, and beyond that to the Iberian…
 
Sociologists tell us that marriages tend to be more successful when certain commonalities are present. Religion is one of them. But we all know that marrying outside of one's faith is much more commonplace than in the days of yore. So how do we navigate such unions? One way is to have honest conversations about the challenges that might erupt betwe…
 
There is something special about having access to the private correspondence between thoughtful, literate and spiritually evolved individuals. Mark Taylor and Jack Miles are 2 such people. During the Covid lockdown they wrote to one another regularly. Their insights into religion, politics, life, death and everything in between are compelling and t…
 
Spirit called Nailah Porter to leave her life as a DC lawyer to follow her passion as a singer in Los Angeles. But pursuing her dream wasn't an easy road. Nailah channels these hard-won life lessons, as well as family stories from back home in North Carolina, into songs that are healing medicine. In this episode, Jack and Nailah discuss how her mus…
 
Like any skilled hip hop artist, Ofosu Jones-Quartey (who performs as Born I) knows the power of remixing multiple seemingly disparate influences and ideas into something cohesive and exciting. Perhaps this sense of balance comes from his lifelong training in Buddhist meditation. A practitioner from an early age, Ofosu learned from watching his mot…
 
Because there are too many good stories and music to share in our main episode, let's take it to the next level with this podcast extra!For a teenage Omar, Icelandic experimental music icon Bjork was a revelation on how to be fearless as an artist.Learn more:https://www.omarsmusic.com/Songs:Bjork "Army of Me"Soul Ladder Music Playlist:https://spoti…
 
Omar Pitras Waqar draws as much from DC-area punks like Minor Threat as he does iconic qawwali singers like Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan. Crossing geographies of space and time, Omar’s music is eclectic and divine, and has evolved through various forms and projects. Reflecting on the power to create on his own terms, he says “I can be as magical as I wann…
 
Departing from some of the themes of violence and materialism that dominate pop music, the rap group Native Deen focuses on the spiritual teachings of Islam. Native Deen’s influence casts a wide net, inspiring audiences in the US, Europe, the Middle East, and beyond. In this episode, one of Native Deen's co-founders, Joshua Salaam, shares his love …
 
Because there are too many good stories and music to share in our main episode, let's take it to the next level with this podcast extra!Do'a tells how a bold email led to her collaborating with one of her musical idols.Learn more:https://doasings.com/Songs:Shai Maestro "Angelo"Soul Ladder Music Playlist:https://spoti.fi/3VASImF+++Leave a Review! bi…
 
Do’a inhabits multiplicities. A PhD student of mathematics at the University of Maryland, she is also a former artist-in-residence at Strathmore Arts Center. Her influences range from Bossa Nova to Albanian folk music, and she sings in a variety of languages, including Spanish and Portuguese. It’s worth noting Do’a spoke neither of these languages …
 
Because there are too many good stories and music to share in our main episode, let's take it to the next level with this podcast extra!Osa and Jack reflect on sharing hip hop with their children.Learn more:https://www.osathehealer.com/Soul Ladder Music Playlist:https://spoti.fi/3VASImF+++Leave a Review! bit.ly/interfaithishSocial:www.instagram.com…
 
Nigerian-American rapper Osa the Healer believes in the “present tense mentality” — a term that describes the ongoing process of improving, healing, and learning something new. “I haven’t arrived, I’m not done,” he says. It means asking, who am I? Where do I come from? What do I leave for others? As a father of three, Osa finds that these questions…
 
Because there are too many good stories and music to share in our main episode, let's take it to the next level with this podcast extra!Jocelyn shares why she connects with Frank Sinatra's romantic "How Deep is the Ocean".Learn more:http://www.jocelynmackenzie.com/Songs:Frank Sinatra "How Deep is the Ocean"Soul Ladder Music Playlist:https://spoti.f…
 
Jocelyn Mackenzie doubles as a musician who tours with the likes of Ani DiFranco, and a professional psychic medium. For Jocelyn, neither of these aspects of her life are disparate; one informs the other. Take the prescient lyric “listen up, the whole world is in flux of a fever,” delivered to Jocelyn from above, six years before the pandemic. In t…
 
Because there are too many good stories and music to share in our main episode, let's take it to the next level with this podcast extra!Ayanna shares the story of how she went from meeting Stevie Wonder as a child (and trying to get one over on him) to having him as a musical mentor and collaborator.Learn more:https://ayannagregory.com/Soul Ladder …
 
Once during a performance, Ayanna Gregory forgot the words to her music. The singer faltered — but not for long. In the midst of her error, the grace of the audience and the stillness of the moment awakened her to the meditative power of music. In this episode, Ayanna talks to Jack about moments like this one, when music is a spirit that guides, gr…
 
Because there are too many good stories and music to share in our main episode, let's take it to the next level with this podcast extra!Gabriel shares about the devastating fire that cost him his home and his beloved record collection, how he started to rebuild, and why Gil Scott Heron has been one of his top artists to listen to during the pandemi…
 
For Seattle rapper and DJ, Gabriel Teodros, a morning ritual is sacred. Waking up, getting ready, and getting out the house to commune with others is that stuff that keeps him alive. Music is a way to contain the spirituality of everyday connection. ““At my best, I’m just listening,” Teodros says, “I feel like that’s all artists’ jobs basically, to…
 
As we close this chapter of our show, we hear messages from listeners and past guests, enjoy clips from favorite episodes, and look ahead to what's coming next!+++Leave a Review!bit.ly/interfaithishSocial:www.instagram.com/interfaithish/www.facebook.com/interfaithish/twitter.com/interfaithishEmail:interfaithish@gmail.com…
 
Once again, I find an ancient cassette tape of 2 episodes we broadcasted back in the early days. I have no idea of when we did these, but surely sometime between 2000-2006. And keep in mind that our guest is local, and discusses meditation sanghas here in West Michigan. Any phone numbers or websites shared are not current. But the insights Robert W…
 
Longtime listeners will recall how I have been posting hundreds of episodes from the past 20+ years that were on cassette tapes stored in my basement. I thought I was done, but have stumbled across a few more. These are a couple of those. I'm thrilled to have found them, as this conversation with Dr. Dwight Hopkins, who does such a great job of exp…
 
Some people just walk away from their faiths of birth with no hard feelings. They just...stop. No issues, no problems. But some religions or denominations do make it a challenge. And leaving can have significant challenges. In the past we've exposed the hard work that many who have left Jewish Hasidim communities have had to do as they attempt to r…
 
Bob Smietana is an award-winning religion reporter and editor whose new book Reorganized Religion takes a closer look at the state of the American church and the way congregations and their leaders are adapting, shiftingInterfaith Voices tarafından oluşturuldu
 
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