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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

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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The Interfaith Roundtable explores various religious traditions and helps us all to understand both the differences and similarities between faiths. What is organized religion compared to spirituality? What do different religious traditions think about God? Is it true that organized religion has been the source of so much hatred and conflict resulting in wars over the centuries in different parts of the world? These questions and more are explored on The Interfaith Roundtable with various gu ...
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Interfaithing is a podcast for and about Jewish & Christian interfaith families, where we explore the question: why families can embrace two faiths under one roof. Whether you are part of an interfaith family or you're exploring and interested in how different faiths interact with one another, this is the space for you! Each episode of this first season explores and unpacks stories related to common myths about and expressed toward Interfaith families. So join us on this journey to help spre ...
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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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The Texas Interfaith Center for Public Policy Official Podcast

Texas Interfaith Center For Public Policy

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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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One of the most important aspects of the interfaith movement is raising the bar from mere tolerance (Hey, I'll let you live!) to pluralism, which encourages actual engagement with those of different theologies while still maintaining one's own personal beliefs. For years now, Harvard has measured this movement in the US and occasionally helps those…
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Fred Stella welcomes MSU historian Emily Conroy-Krutz to Common Threads to discuss her book, Missionary DiplomacyThe American Christian church has historically been at the forefront of the missionary movement abroad. This is not news. But what many people are not aware of is that for much of the 19th century, Church and State engaged in a serious e…
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Ari and Anna conclude their conversation regarding the myth that you choose to marry someone of a different faith tradition because you just don't care about your own. This is the FINAL part of a special THREE part episode to close out the six myths of Season #1. Topics addressed include: Can someone who is religiously connected build a faithful fa…
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Over the years we've had many discussions on human sexuality and spirituality, including religion's response to homosexuality. As of late, Pope Francis has been making headlines and encouraging controversy with his recent declaration that gives permission to priests to bless gay couples.While many have accused the pontiff of opening the door to a f…
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Rabbi Mark speaks with Angela Moore who is a leader at UNHCR, and important U.N. Refugee Agency that is helping persecuted and displaced people find help and support as they struggle to build new lives free of terror, oppression, and, in some cases, exploitation. Mark also interviews Cantor Barbara Ostfeld, who is the first woman ever to be ordaine…
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Ari and Anna continue their conversation regarding the myth that you choose to marry someone of a different faith tradition because you just don't care about your own. This is the second part of a special THREE part episode to close out the six myths of Season #1. Topics addressed include: Are you going to put in the effort to raise a faithful inte…
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Join Ari and Anna as they unpack and explore the myth that you choose to marry someone of a different faith tradition because you just don't care about your own. This is the first part of a special THREE part episode to close out the six myths of Season #1. Topics addressed include: Are people becoming more apathetic about faith? A family's traditi…
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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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Ari and Anna continue their conversation regarding the myth that you are a traitor to your faith community if you marry someone of another faith background. Topics addressed include: Is it possible for someone to have an interfaith identity sit alongside their Jewish and/or Christian identity? Could religious education become part of public educati…
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Join Ari and Anna as they unpack and explore the myth that you are a traitor to your faith community by marrying someone of another faith background. Topics addressed include: Should parents cut off contact if they disapprove of their child's choice of a life partner? Having a partner with a different faith background is not a bug, it's a feature; …
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Ari and Anna continue their conversation regarding the challenges of interfaithing, and if those challenges are too great and too taxing for interfaith families to "make it work." Topics addressed include: Enriching your life by falling in love with your partner and their faith traditions; The REAL story of the Hanukkah Dreidel; Does being an inter…
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Join Ari and Anna as they unpack and explore if the challenges of interfaithing are too great and too taxing for interfaith families to "make it work." Topics addressed include: How interfaith couples interested in interfaithing are asked by their loved ones, "Are you sure you want to do this?"; Religion's value of creating flexible borders; How fa…
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Ari and Anna continue their conversation regarding one of the most popular myths of interfaith family life, that teaching children both religions will confuse them and won't give them a strong faith foundation. Spoiler alert: The kids will be alright. Topics addressed include: Can you effectively raise interfaith kids with only one faith background…
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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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Join Ari and Anna as they unpack and explore one of the most popular myths of interfaith family life, that teaching children both religions will confuse them and won't give them a strong faith foundation. Spoiler alert: The kids will be alright. Topics addressed include: How some interfaith families call interfaith dialogue dinner at their kitchen …
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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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