Tuesday at 12:00 pm
Interfaith Voices is the nation’s leading public radio show about faith, ethics and spirituality. Each week we offer you analyses of the big headlines alongside lesser-told stories – those of Orthodox Jewish artists and African-American atheists, Muslim feminists and spiritual seekers. Through these stories, a rough sketch of our country’s religious landscape begins to emerge. It’s a marketplace of beliefs and ideas too complex for sound bites, and too important to ignore.
That’s why Interfaith Voices matters.
We believe interfaith understanding is more than hollow jargon. It is integral to being informed and engaged citizens in the most religiously diverse country on earth. Polite society might try to avoid talking about religion and politics, but Interfaith Voices believes that we must talk about both – together.
We strive to:
- educate the public about the religious and ethical issues behind the news
- explore the mystery of spiritual experience
- invite guests and listeners from a wide diversity of traditions, including those with no religion
- promote dialogue, especially on contentious moral topics
- present many faith traditions and points of view – faithfully, clearly and compellingly
Interfaith Voices does not preach or proselytize, and is not affiliated with any religious organization. We are an independent public radio program.
In the aftermath of a white supremacist's deadly attacks on New Zealand mosques, we talk to Muslims closer to home.
The UMC has voted to maintain the ban on LGBTQ marriages and clergy, disappointing many. As the dust settles, some are asking, what does a divided church's future hold?
In the Church of England, you can only be baptized once. But some transgender people are seeking a new liturgy to reintroduce themselves to God, and their community.
Our panel of experts delves into some of the most newsworthy religion stories of the past month. Then, how did religion fare at the Oscars?
From George Washington to Donald Trump, we explore the often surprising religious history of the presidency, and the Constitution's promise of religious freedom.
Our neighborhoods, schools, and workplaces are often more integrated than our places of worship. What are people of faith doing to change that?
We discuss the most important religion news stories of the past month, including controversy within the Women's March, the Catholic sex abuse scandal, and more.
Blasphemy laws in this young country allow for the persecution of non-Muslim religious minorities. But now, after a landmark case, Pakistan is at a crossroads. Originally aired on Dec. 27, 2018.
As we commemorate Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, we learn about the role American religion has played in both reinforcing and combating racism.
We hear the stories people of choosing to embrace the pain of loss: through religion, through creativity, through honesty, and through emotional vulnerability.
In our first ever live show, we explore the beauty and chaos that comes with having a diverse family.
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