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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.
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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This week, a conversation with Susan Bro, the mother of Heather Heyer, who was killed five years ago at the “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville, Virginia.โดย Interfaith Voices
In this two part episode, we listen to organizers on both sides of the abortion debate to understand what the decision to overturn Roe v Wade means to the them and where they see our country going from here.In part one, I talk with Anna Lulis, digital engagement strategist at Students for Life of America, about why she feels abortion should be abol…
Recently, The Associated Press’s David Crary wrote a primer about Zoroastrians, one of the oldest faiths that has, until recently, experienced ever-dwindling numbers. A new focus on young Zoroastrians may change that.โดย Interfaith Voices
Steve Rabey talks about the links between Christian pro-family groups and Republicans who support and promote the false and misleading claims that the 2020 election was stolen.โดย Interfaith Voices
Emily McFarlan Miller has been following the investigations into abuses at residential boarding schools for indigenous peoples run by the governments of Canada and the U.S.โดย Interfaith Voices
We speak to Harley Rustad about his book, Lost in the Valley of Death: A Story of Obsession and Death in the Himalayas. Then Barbara Bradley Hagerty considers the "mid-faith crisis."โดย Interfaith Voices
There are times when people of faith feel, for a while, far from God. Former NPR religion correspondent Barbara Bradley Hagerty sits down with two spiritual scholars to talk about their experiences with "the dark night oโดย Interfaith Voices
Alex Kronemer lays out the history of Muslim representation in Hollywood media, and charts how negative perceptions of off-screen Muslims are influenced by on-screen Muslim characters.โดย Interfaith Voices
2021 was Radhika Amin’s last summer attending the Hindu Heritage Summer Camp in upstate New York. Each year the camp attracts 200 eight to 15-year-olds to attend two-week sessions at the rural campus on the outskirts ofโดย Interfaith Voices
Devi Parvati who identifies as a practitioner of all traditions describes how her life changed when she attended a retreat at an Ashram in the Poconos in 1968 and her journey to becoming a Swami.โดย Interfaith Voices
Summer camps are not just about fun and games They are, more broadly speaking, immersive and unique experiences that quickly create an ethos and culture that allow for the transmission of tradition, morality, and beliefsโดย Interfaith Voices
Reverend Corey Passons of Interfaith Works in Washington State oversees Faith Explorations, a summer camp that offers age-appropriate activities for 8-12-year-olds that explore different religious beliefs and wisdom tradโดย Interfaith Voices
DC is still a predominantly Black city and religion in Black communities is more than just Protestant Christianity. What are the local groups that make up the religious diversity of the nation's capital? How do they play a role in the shifting make up of the city as gentrification and revitalization continue to change the face of "Chocolate City"? …
Kristin Kobes Du Mez is a historian and the best-selling author of Jesus and John Wayne: How White Evangelicals Corrupted a Faith and Fractured a Nation talks about the role of Christian pop culture in reshaping evangeliโดย Interfaith Voices
Michael Austin, Christian ethicist and author of Gods, Guns and America shares reflections and insights from contemplating whether a Christian can find a theology that supports gun ownership? And why it's so difficult toโดย Interfaith Voices
Guns and God continues. This week we take a closer look at the way gun culture has been cultivated and intertwined with evangelical faith over the last 75 years.โดย Interfaith Voices
Annette Gordon-Reed is no stranger to diving into the areas that make readers uncomfortable. In her 2021 book, On Juneteenth, She offers a hybrid history and memoir that gets personal and is timely as Texas lawmakers baโดย Interfaith Voices
Data shows that the two most likely predictors of gun ownership in America are religion – evangelical Christianity, in particular – and political affiliation – Republicans own more guns than Democrats.โดย Interfaith Voices
Journalist Michael O’Loughlin digs into the history of the AIDS epidemic and the Catholic Church in his podcast Plague, and the companion book Hidden Mercy.โดย Interfaith Voices
For ten years religion reporter Michael O’Loughlin covered the Catholic beat. This led him to question an unexamined chapter of church history: the Church’s role at the height of the AIDS crisis.โดย Interfaith Voices
In this first episode of the limited series podcast Plague: Untold Stories of AIDS and the Catholic Church, we meet David Pace who shares his first memories from the early days of the AIDS crisis.โดย Interfaith Voices
Shortly before Memorial Day, Americans marked a grim milestone - one million deaths from COVID-19. How can we comprehend such a loss? How can we commemorate it? And how can we make sure this never happens again?โดย Interfaith Voices
Sabila Khan found herself in the surreal position of watching her father’s burial on her cell phone. When she did not find the support she needed, she co-founded a Facebook group for people that have lost family and frieโดย Interfaith Voices
Dr. Pauline Boss has spent decades studying ambiguous loss — a loss in which there may be no body to bury, no clear explanation of death, no real answer to the question, “Why did this happen?”โดย Interfaith Voices
Rev. Katey Zeh of the Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice describes her preparations for an anticipated overturning of Roe v Wade, and Lawyer Allan Parker describes his legal ministry to overturn it.โดย Interfaith Voices
Before she became the leader of the Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice, Rev. Katey Zeh was a seminary student who volunteered to provide spiritual support to women having abortions.โดย Interfaith Voices
Lawyer Allan Parker of the Justice Foundation describes his work representing women who have had abortions and his legal ministry working to overturn the laws that legalize abortion.โดย Interfaith Voices
This week, we take a tour of the Latter-day Saints Temple in Kensington, Maryland. Originally complete in the 1974, the temple is the site of ceremonies typically closed to anyone who isn't a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. But - after extensive renovations and a two-year delay due to the pandemic - this spring the temple…
We review the various political reactions to the unprecedented leak of a SCOTUS draft opinion made public on the evening of May 2, 2022, and how some religious voices and leaders are preparing to respond with national reโดย Interfaith Voices
Historian Mary Ziegler, visiting professor at Harvard University explains why so many Americans are confused by the legal history, timeline, and rhetoric of the abortion battles taking place in the states and courts. Thโดย Interfaith Voices
For our 100th episode, we pull out all the stops to celebrate this year's unique intersection of spring holidays:Sarah Ventre pulls cards for Passover.Cassandra Lawrence shares tears of joy at Easter.Dalraj Singh Gill tells the dramatic story of Vaisakhi.Fazia Deen balances service and personal growth during Ramadan.Nanabah Foguth reflects on indig…
The Washington D.C. Temple of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is normally reserved only for church members. But after a four-year renovation, the doors are open to the public.โดย Interfaith Voices
After four years of renovation, the Washington D.C. Temple of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is open to the public. We look back to the founding of the church.โดย Interfaith Voices
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