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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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Rated as the #1 podcast on all matters interfaith by Feedspot (https://blog.feedspot.com/interfaith_podcasts/), 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 license holder of both stations. Each week Fred invites cle ...
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Conversations about what we believe, why we believe, and how we navigate the common ground and differences between our traditions! Airing every other Wednesday from 9-10am on Takoma Radio WOWD 94.3FM and takomaradio.org
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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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For centuries, Judeo-Christian culture has held a place for the more esoteric elements of spirituality. These would include alchemy, magic, astrology, mysticism and more. Most western religions reject them now as superstitious, or even dangerous.But several millennia ago, the practitioners of these arts (as they were classified then) were members i…
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Both Union and Confederate leaders invoked God to advance their causes during the Civil War. But Abraham Lincoln refused to claim the divine on his side.Interfaith Voices
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Sick, tired, and hopeful, Central American migrants are bused daily from a detention center to a former Benedictine monastery in Tucson, Ariz., where a small army of volunteers offers showers, fresh clothes, and medicalInterfaith Voices
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Dr. Lewis V Baldwin discusses his new book, “The Arc of Truth: The Thinking of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.” He looks at what we could lose if we forget the teachings of Dr. King.Interfaith Voices
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Rabbi David Krishef & I have been friends & colleagues for years. We've had him on before to discuss a fascinating event in his life several years ago. We're having him on again, this time to discuss a remarkable new book of his. If you are a fan of the poetry of the Psalms, I think you'll find this compelling.…
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A cynic might chalk this up to a bit of nepotism, but I would protest. Tom Stella, my cousin, has made more appearances on Common Threads than any other guest. But aside from the sharing of DNA, Tom continues to explore the deeper parts of spirituality in which so many find resonance. In these 2 episodes we discuss his latest book "Meditation for M…
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Ronit Y. Stahl is an associate professor of history at the University of California, Berkeley, who has studied how military chaplaincy evolved.Interfaith Voices
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Filmmakers David Washburn and Razi Jafri introduce the three military Muslim chaplains profiled in their new documentary and describe how they came to spend seven years following them around the country.Interfaith Voices
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Even though it's been over 40 years, the memory of Jonestown and the massacre that ended it still haunts the American psyche. Few realize that the number of Americans killed on that fateful day is the highest right under the Twin Tower attacks of 9/11. Since the initial reporting of the event, little attention has been paid to any Michigan connecti…
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Tia Kolbaba of Rutgers University co-teaches a popular course connecting religion to the hot-button headlines. Kolbaba teaches her students that religion is not separate from everything else but is almost always in the rInterfaith Voices
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This week, we feature selections from the December 8, 2019, Sounds of Faith concert at the Smithsonian National Museum of American History.Interfaith Voices
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One of the most contentious issues of 19th Century Christian America revolved around the veracity of the story of Joseph Smith and his discovery of golden plates that became the foundation of the Book of Mormon. In these episodes we speak with Prof. Richard Bushman, whose book on this subject is perhaps the most detailed on the subject you'd want t…
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In these episodes we converse with 4 writers of religion who contributed to the now best selling book Sitting In the Shade of Another Tree. And yeah, I'm in it as well, but please don't hold that against the book and these fine minds. We were all tasked with writing an essay on a religion not our own that we hold in high estimation for one reason o…
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Journey Films founder and director Martin Doblmeir talks about the documentary feature that tells the story of Black liberation theologian Howard Thurman and his legacy. The feature film now airing on public televisionInterfaith Voices
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This week, Kelley Nikondeha joins to talk about why she wrote about that first season and how the book, released in October 2022, is now being discovered as more Christians want to learn about Palestine.Interfaith Voices
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Raza Segal, an Israeli-born scholar of the Holocaust. at Stockton University, describes how the decontextualized use of Holocaust memory and Nazi imagery can be used to justify war crimes.Interfaith Voices
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Armin Langer is a DAAD Visiting Assistant Professor at the Center for European Studies. Prior to joining CES, he was a Visiting Research Scholar at Brandeis University's Schusterman Center for Israel Studies in Waltham, MA, a Transatlantic Partnership on Memory & Democracy Fellow at the Center for German Studies at the University of Virginia in Cha…
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Our Soul Ladder Music series features musicians discussing the spiritual themes in their songs and the music that inspires them.This week's guest is saxophonist Mtali Banda.Songs:Mtali Banda - Ghetto SuperheroesMtali Banda - Black Boy FairyTalesMtali Banda - Open Your HeartMtali Banda - Morning MantraTalib Kweli - Where Do We GoCommon - It's Your W…
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Our Soul Ladder Music series features musicians discussing the spiritual themes in their songs and the music that inspires them.This week's guest is songwriter Audrey Assad.Songs:Audrey Assad - BetterAudrey Assad - UnfoldingAudrey Assad - Be Thou My VisionAudrey Assad - How About YouAudrey Assad - MortalMUNA - Loose GarmentMonica Martin - Go Easy K…
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Dr. Mathew Sandoval’s scholarship and research into the history and evolution of the festival known as Dia de Los Muertos was fueled by two pivotal events: as a young man traveling to Guatemala and observing the festivalInterfaith Voices
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Our Soul Ladder Music series features musicians discussing the spiritual themes in their songs and the music that inspires them.This week's guest is Ghanain-Hungarian singer Sena Dagadu.Songs:Sena Dagadu - For the Man DemSena Dagadu - Play Pa Ba BaMustapha Tettey AddySena Dagadu - Boats on the RiverSena Dagadu - You No ReadySena Dagadu - Damn Right…
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Human rights leaders talk about the threat of Hindu nationalism for religious minorities and the struggle to hold India accountable for transnational repression.Interfaith Voices
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Eschatology (the study of end times predictions) has always fascinated me. I'm pleased that these 2023 episodes explain a great deal that I'm sure many of us did not know. Prof. Donald Akenson provides great details on how fundamentalist theology made its way from Britain and Ireland to these shores. This scriptural interpretation has been the caus…
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On June 2, 2020, Donald Trump used military and law enforcement to forcibly clear peaceful protesters, so he could pose for a photo with a bible. With Juneteenth approaching we interrogate the symbology of this event.Interfaith Voices
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Climb higher with bonus content from our Soul Ladder Music seriesThis week's guest is multi-instrumentalist Mobley.Song:Junip - In Every DirectionEnjoy music from our Soul Ladder Music series with our official playlist:spoti.fi/3VASImF+++Leave a Review!bit.ly/interfaithishEmail:interfaithish@gmail.com…
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Our Soul Ladder Music series features musicians discussing the spiritual themes in their songs and the music that inspires them.This week's guest is multi-instrumentalist Mobley.Songs:Mobley - lordMobley - themsongJames Taylor - CopperlineMobley - Taste of GoldNina Simone - Mississippi GoddamnMobley - James CrowMobley - Nobody's FavouriteEnjoy musi…
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Rabbi Danya Ruttenberg spoke to a reporter about the Jewish views on redemption and forgiveness in 2018. When she shared her teachings in a Twitter thread, the reaction surprised her.Interfaith Voices
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This is Not the Story of An Exceptional Kid. Rev. Esau McCaulley uses the memoir to write a story about the family and community that shaped him, not his journey or success. In each chapter, he introduces readers to a new person who he sees as shaping and forming the world that raised him.Interfaith Voices
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Our Soul Ladder Music series features musicians discussing the spiritual themes in their songs and the music that inspires them.This week's guest is Iranian American singer and ethnomusicologist Galeet Dardashti.Songs:Galeet Dardashti - Adon HaselichotDivahn - Am Ne'emanayGaleet Dardashti - MonajatGaleet Dardashti - MelekhGaleet Dardashti - Adonai …
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