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Interfaith Voices on RADIO IQ
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.
Tuesday, December 16, 2014 7:00pmA panel of African-American preachers talk frankly about racism, white privilege, and the role of the black church in the months after Ferguson. Also: modern druids at Stonehenge, and Soundscapes: Sikhism.
Wednesday, December 10, 2014 7:00pmOur favorite annual tradition--a review of the year's top religion news stories; a new biography of Pope Francis calls him one of the greatest reformers of the Catholic Church, and Soundscapes: nam-myoho-renge-kyo
Wednesday, December 3, 2014 7:00pmIf Jesus somehow woke up in 2014, he might be sporting a yarmulke and side curls. As James Carroll wants to remind us, Jesus was above all else an Orthodox Jew. Plus: cancer and Catholicism, and soundscapes: om
Sunday, November 23, 2014 7:00pmThree of our favorite guests from 2014: Barbara Brown Taylor on learning to love the dark, the New Yorker's cartoon editor on religion and humor, and Barbara Ehrenreich memoir on mysticism. Plus, Soundscapes: sacred harp
Wednesday, November 19, 2014 7:00pmA 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.