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Interfaith Voices is an innovative and growing public radio show, re-framing the discussion of religion in our society. We explore the full range of faith traditions, promoting interfaith dialogue, respecting diversity and fostering religious tolerance. We offer compelling discussions of contemporary issues in religion, spirituality and ethics, and deal especially with the ways theologies and teachings from many faith traditions intersect with public policy. Thus, Interfaith Voices:
Provides a forum to discuss the multiple roles of religion in American public life, Discusses a "morality" that includes more than who sleeps with whom. Moral issues on Interfaith Voices include social and economic justice, human rights (including women's rights and gay/lesbian rights), and non-violence - as well as the commonly-discussed issues of sexuality and reproduction.
Broadcasts a broad spectrum of religious, spiritual and ethical viewpoints, and Fosters a culture of tolerance, dialogue and religious liberty.
Wednesday, June 24, 2015 8:00pmIt's not just the Pope: religious leaders outside the Catholic Church are making climate change a top priority. And mercy in the black church: why the push to forgive is a core value in a church marked by suffering.
Wednesday, June 17, 2015 8:00pmThe Pope’s letter on the environment is bold and unequivocal: climate change, he says, will have 'grave consequences for all of us.' But will global leaders listen? And an 85-year-old nun's nuclear break-in arrest.
Tuesday, June 9, 2015 8:00pmFrom November 2014: A full hour on the legacy of polygamy in the Mormon Church. First, why the church is admitting that founder Joseph Smith had up to 40 wives. And we meet a Utah family of 27.
Wednesday, June 3, 2015 8:00pmWhy a mid-flight Diet Coke has turned into a national conversation on Islamophobia. And before Caitlyn Jenner, there was Joy Ladin, the first openly trans professor at an Orthodox Jewish university.
Wednesday, May 27, 2015 8:00pmDan Harris used to think meditation was for "bearded swamis, unwashed hippies and fans of John Tesh music." That all changed after his panic attack on live TV. And hiker Belden Lane on the spiritual wisdom of wilderness.