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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.
 
Contact Chai is a podcast from Mishkan Chicago, hosted by Rabbi Lizzi Heydemann. In each episode, Rabbi Lizzi explores down-to-earth Judaism in conversation. You can also find our Shabbat Replay episodes featuring sermons from our rabbis recorded live on Friday nights.
 
Weekly Witness is your weekly update on the mainstream faith community’s perspective on everything Texas public policy. Hosted by Texas Impact's Scott Atnip, Weekly Witness is recorded in front of a live audience in downtown Austin. We host policy experts, faith leaders, and elected officials who provide in-depth information on relevant policy issues in the state. Weekly Witness is a product of Texas Impact, Texas’ oldest and largest interfaith advocacy group. Visit texasimpact.org for more ...
 
This podcast highlights inspiring stories of individuals who have navigated hardships and reclaimed their lives through endurance athletics. In each episode, we will hear inspiring stories of those who have used running/swimming/biking/beyond to reclaim their lives from mental illness, addiction, physical illness, grief, and beyond. I'm your host, Katie O'Dunne - long-distance runner, interfaith chaplain, and mental health advocate. And I can't wait to run into life together! New episodes ar ...
 
In a country more religiously diverse than ever, it is critical for people to understand the vital and inspirational knowledge—the traditions, the values, and the history—of religious and non-religious identities. What is the common knowledge that we all should know? Common Knowledge is a regular podcast featuring interviews and stories from leaders around the interfaith movement focusing on what we call “interfaith literacy”—the knowledge necessary to be a leader in a religiously diverse world.
 
For thousands of years, religious philosophies were interpreted in isolation, in cultural or geographical silos. Till only recently, much spiritual literature was yet to be translated to languages understood by the general public; their secrets locked in by the ancient, antiquated languages in which they were received. Now with the advent of globalism and the dawn of the age of information accessibility, there has been no greater time in human history than now, to access, interpret and combi ...
 
Janice (Hope) Gorman. Ordained Interfaith Reverend and Spiritual Counselor, Spiritual Channeler, and Teacher. The North Shield is your own North Star- As I entered into the silence of a winter's eve in the water of my hot tub, I looked upon the stars and I was whisked away into an ancient temple. There was still crystalline snow falling around me as I was taken to a counsel of elders who spoke to me about personal integrity and personal wisdom. The North shield represents a sacred place wher ...
 
Christ Enlight is a spirituality that understands Jesus' teachings to be wisdom and enlightenment teachings in the spirit of all the great teachers of all traditions. We seek to transcend the kind of religion that divides us and move instead into an inclusive spirituality that honors all people as bearers of divinity!
 
Multifaithful is a podcast about the impact of religious diversity on our religious and spiritual identities. We will explore how people of different religious traditions have experienced spiritual growth through their relationships with people from other faiths, and how multifaith dialogue and engagement is an essential part of life in the 21st century. Whether it be in academics, politics, literature or sports, grappling with religion, spirituality and multifaith experiences will continue ...
 
Now in its second season, CHQ&A is the flagship podcast of Chautauqua Institution, featuring interviews with prominent guests who participate in Chautauqua's summer season of programs in the arts, education, interfaith dialogue and recreation. Hosted by Jordan Steves, Chautauqua's director of communications, with interviewers from around the Chautauqua community.
 
Apologetics Profile is a weekly podcast discussing world religions, atheism, cults, the occult, alternative religions, controversial doctrines and spiritual practices. We are an evangelical Christian organization dedicated to respectful conversations from a biblical perspective. Apologetics Profile is a production of Watchman Fellowship, a non-profit Christian apologetics ministry focused on interfaith evangelism and discernment. For more information, visit: www.watchman.org.
 
A podcast series analysing events in the Middle East and North Africa. The main contributor to the programme is Dr Harry Hagopian - an international lawyer and political commentator who's a consultant on the region to the Catholic Bishops of England and Wales. Dr Hagopian is also a consultant to the Middle East Council of Churches. A main focus of the programme is an examination of the Christian realities in the region.
 
Lightworkers and Spiritual Entrepreneurs need inspiration on a regular basis to nourish their spirits so they can keep sharing their light with the world. Each Wednesday, join Rev. Frances Fayden, a long-time Spiritual Entrepreneur & Interfaith Minister, as she shares miraculous stories, messages, meditations, book reviews and interviews to help you stay in the highest vibration possible! If you are a lightworker who wants to magnify your impact AND intuition, this podcast is for you!
 
This is the podcast blog for the Jewish Community Relations Council of Southern New Jersey (JCRC). The JCRC is the human relations and public policy arm of the Jewish Federation of Southern New Jersey. More information is at jcrcsnj.org. The Federation's website is at jewishsouthjersey.org.
 
Welcome to Inspirasoul! The place where all the enlightened treehuggers, b-boys and girls, cultural creatives, earth angels, lightworkers, urban alchemists, and real life superheroes come for their dose of spiritual mojo. Inspirasoul Talk Radio is a mash up of collaborative heart to mind conversations between Interfaith Minister Rev. Jennifer Rogers, her weekly special guests, and soul epiphany filled music. Tune in every Saturday at 12PM EST. New season kicks off October 5th!!!
 
Everglades Moon Local Council, representing the Florida Chapter of Covenant of the Goddess, a national organization of Wiccans and Witches. Covering what our "Moonies" are up to, Wicca & Paganism in the news, Interfaith & Outreach, Pagan Parenting, divination and all things Wicca! Visit our page http://www.EMLC.net Like us on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/EvergladesMoon Find out more about Covenant of the Goddess at http://www.CoG.org
 
Jew Too? Tales of the Mixed Multitude is a podcast created and produced by Rabbi Emily Cohen, Lab/Shul’s Rabbinic Resident, in partnership for its second season with B’nai Jeshurun’s Jewish Home Project. Jew Too highlights the stories, struggles, and visions of the many faces of our community-- including Jews of color, queer Jews, and those of us with interfaith and hybrid identities.
 
As clergy and laity from a variety of backgrounds, our commitment to justice is expressed in differing ways dependent upon our faith tradition and our personal understandings of God. We will not always agree on issues, rather find ourselves surprised when we do. The manner in which we negotiate the differences amongst ourselves is in itself part of our commitment to justice. We believe that God wills shalom; peace, justice and well-being for all people, all nations, and for our planet. God’s ...
 
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CREATION: What is it? Who is the Creator? Today we join an interfaith dialogue of the World Alliance of Religions for Peace (WARP) and examine if the major world religions can agree on a concept that can guide us in making the right choices for the future of planet Earth. This discussion, led by Director Shinsook Kim, head of the Chicago Branch of …
 
To lift up the last 50 years of the Rothko Chapel’s work and mission, and renew and strengthen its commitment to serve as a welcoming interfaith sanctuary for all and a place to rally around the significant human rights issues of the day, the Chapel will hold an interfaith service and human rights celebration including Sufi Whirling, prayers, refle…
 
In recent years, religious liberty has primarily been framed as a concern of conservative Christians in the United States, particularly in their opposition to reproductive and LGBTQ rights. But faith-based values are not the sole province of social conservatives, and Americans from diverse religious and political backgrounds are fighting for religi…
 
“When you come to the edge of all the light you have and must take a step into the darkness of the unknown, believe that one of two things will happen. Either there will be something solid for you to stand on - or you will be taught how to fly.”This quote by Patrick Overton is at the heart of my conversation this week with The Rev. Dr. Kate Cress. …
 
Blessings in life abound, but it can be difficult to perceive them when we’re too caught up in self-awareness instead of selfless awareness. Selfless awareness is less “humbling one’s self” than it is realizing that our identifications with our perceived intelligence, our bodies, and our circumstances are a lie we’ve been telling ourselves. Instead…
 
At a difficult time in our nation’s life, it’s important to take stock of progress when we see it–because the green shoots of equality, justice and understanding are all around us. This week on State of Belief, the weekly radio program and podcast from Interfaith Alliance, host Rev. Welton Gaddy will talk with leaders in a range of fields about how…
 
Your host, Viyahta, is an Author, Certified Holistic Life Coach, Doula, Yoga Instructor and Master Herbalist. These challenging stress filled times require Creative tools and therapys. My guest, Linda Salls, is an experienced Health Professional and she will share some of the tools shes used to maintain her health and sanity. This show is not inten…
 
Rabbi Zac Kamenetz of Berkeley, CA and founder of Shefa joins Raviv and Rabbi Batshir Torchio of JCC San Francisco to help us understand how psychedelic experiences fit into Jewish practice, where he sees the work going in the future, how he plans to help that future come into being- and what it all has to do with this week’s torah portion, parsha …
 
Gina and Jason sit down this week with Paula Hulet and Cornel N. Morton, Ph.D. Paula and Cornel have been working together to create a book group dealing with racism. They share their experiences with their book group and how it has been gratifying and enlightening for everyone involved. Racism is, and has been, a very important issue to walk throu…
 
There are many places in the world where citizens live without the presence of armed police. What are they doing that we in America are not doing? Ongoing distressing incidences of people being killed by police are an indication that we need to change the system we have created. Simply getting mad and having a protest march, even smashing out windo…
 
Overworking has become a cultural norm in Rabbi Arthur Waskow’s opinion. Waskow’s coalition “Free Time/Free People” is spearheaded by members of various faiths, and insists that a workable culture must actually work less, and a functional population functions best when there’s less to do. Today, he posits that we have become alienated from our live…
 
We continue a period on the Jewish calendar called the Omer — the 49 days between Passover and Shavuot that our tradition observes through a practice of counting, day by day, week by week. We imbue these days with meaning by assigning a different theme to each week that encourages self-reflection and self-improvement for the betterment of the whole…
 
Over the next year, each Twelve Moments will highlight the role of music and sound in spiritual practices, and how these practices sustain us in the face of current challenges and injustices. For the month of April, the Rothko Chapel presented a meditation in the Zarathushti tradition, led by Kaemerz Dotiwala of the Zoroastrian Association of Houst…
 
Grief from the death of a child takes a toll on a family. Anger over injustice compounds a family's grief. Today we talk about turning pain into power to create change as we speak to family members of Alton Sterling, one of youth whose death at the hands of police caused national outrage. Veda Washington-Abusalah, Alton's aunt, joins us today to ta…
 
Do you struggle with doubt? We all do from time to time, but if you have chronic doubt, the kind that makes you feel really stuck, this episode is for you! I found help for my doubt from the most unlikely of sources…St. Thomas! He is the most famous doubter, being dubbed ‘doubting Thomas’ because he would not believe that Christ had risen until he …
 
In this episode, I had the pleasure of interviewing longtime family friend Wiebke Hannigan. In addition to her experience as an Ironman athlete and ultra runner...Wiebke is an all-around superwoman. This superwoman races to inspire her daughters as a mom, as well as to raise funds and awareness for those experiencing illness. I actually met her thr…
 
Join Self-Cell Care's Jodi Suson of Suson Essentials and her guests as they share experiences about finding their voice and helping others to do the same. We will talk about the importance of being heard, listening and resilience. How to maintain and create psychological safety in the midst of an uncomfortable situation and still wear your crown. T…
 
This week, we hear the live recording of Rabbi Megan GoldMarche's drash from Friday, April 2nd. Tune in for her reflection on Torah in relation to exodus, the departure from Egypt and slavery, and counting the Omer (the count up from Passover to Shavuote). Tune into our full service from Friday, April 2nd, click here. Check out upcoming Shabbat ser…
 
Movie Reviews: The Passion of the Christ! with Brother Lionel Abdul Haaque of Community Cultivations does in depth interview of this movie as well as Imitation of Life. In this discussion we will examine how we are conditioned and being manipulated. LIVE ON AIR! LISTEN The Female Solution on Monday Morning Mindfulness BlogTalkRadio.com/the-female-s…
 
I am a huge fan of people who have important work connecting with their community. With all of its controversies and confusion aside, I believe that FB / IG ads are the most effective way to do that. Contrary to popular belief, you can find success with even a modest budget of $1 a day. In this week’s episode, I share with you the strategy and syst…
 
In this week's Apologetics Profile, James Walker interviews Addam Swapp, a former member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints who became a Fundamentalist Mormon practicing polygamy. Addam was involved in the bombing of a Mormon chapel followed by a 13-day standoff and shootout with law enforcement in which one officer was fatally shot…
 
Your host, Viyahta, is a Certified Holistic Life Coach. Today is Resurrection Sunday and we want to explore how we can ascend in the many conflicts we experience in life. Parental Alienation and Circumcision are 2 areas we will discuss today to bring more healing and enlightenment to our journey.By Host Naimah Latif
 
The cross is an interesting branding symbol for most of Christianity – as it’s the instrument of the murder of God, according to the Christian scriptures. But whatever our faith and despite our feelings about the cross, the image of it can serve as a heavy metaphor for the weight that we each carry, with compassionate strength and patience enabled …
 
Is life inherently unfair? How do we mitigate or at least cope with the effects of past Karmas? How do we prevent our future activities from earning Karmic consequences? Will we be reincarnated? And what did Jesus mean by eternal life? These and other questions are answered as Unity Mama uses ancient teachings from Hinduism and Christianity to demy…
 
Happy Easter to all who celebrate! May this Christian observance of new beginnings and sacred hope bring some lightness into what continues, for so many, to be a dark time indeed. Joining in that observance, we’ll dedicate this week’s show to bringing you some of the most uplifting stories from the 15 years Rev. Welton Gaddy has been hosting State …
 
Several years ago, I set about compiling an ebook entitled Black Health. I looked for Black health practitioners, e.g. people of African heritage who were healthcare providers. I found a few complimentary therapists, but they were not working with Black clients. One said to me pointedly, "I work with white people because they care about their healt…
 
Chess Grandmaster, philosopher, author, and social entrepreneur Jonathan Rowson joins Terry to explore our global, civilizational predicament from new angles — inspired by his recent brilliant essay “Tasting the Pickle: Ten Flavors of Meta-Crisis and the Appetite for a New Civilization.” They go beyond its more recognized features such as COVID, th…
 
In this episode we bring you: Book Corner Review by Shaylee: "The Witch's Shield" by Christopher Penzak Zodiac Myths by Coyote Morningstar: Sagittarius, Capricorn, and Aquarius Song by Emerald Rose "Queen of Argyl" (album "Archives of Ages to Come") Gypsey Teague workshop: "Norse Cosmology" Song by Emerald Rose "Never Underestimate" (album "Fire in…
 
Your host, Viyahta is an Author, Certified Holistic Life Coach, Yoga Instructor, Doula and Master Herbalist. Do you know what Subluxation is an how it can affect your health Long term? Can Chiropractors really play a role in helping us maintain our health? We'll discuss and answer these questions in today's podcast.…
 
The scriptures and liturgy that Christian communities read during Holy Week, the week we commemorate Jesus's arrest and crucifixion, have borne violent antisemitic fruit across the centuries. Particularly poisonous is the "Solemn Reproaches of the Cross," or Improperia, which pins the blame for Jesus' death squarely on the Jewish community. In this…
 
This week, we hear the live recording of Rabbi Lizzi's drash from Friday, March 26th. Tune in for her reflection on Torah in relation to allyship, liberation, Passover, and the modern-day plagues of white supremacy, racism, ableism and sexism. Tune into our full service from Friday, March 26th, click here. Check out upcoming Shabbat services and pr…
 
When a woman is raising children without their father, she may decide to have a personal romantic life, which means bringing men around her children who are not their father. It can be awkward and upsetting for children, particularly if their mother is "dating" several men. Should a single mom have a live in boyfriend? How will that affect her rela…
 
This week we begin a period on the Jewish calendar called the Omer — the 49 days between Passover and Shavuot that our tradition observes through a practice of counting, day by day, week by week. We imbue these days with meaning by assigning a different theme to each week that encourages self-reflection and self-improvement for the betterment of th…
 
Today we address a difficult topic, one that is emotionally charged for men and women: Sex abuse of children. How does a family handle a child's accusation? What about if the behavior occurred years ago, is the accused still to be punished? How does one determine guilt of such a crime? Is the rule of sexual assault of children "Guilty if accused, n…
 
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