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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.
 
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.
 
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.
 
Sonali is an international speaker and leadership consultant for marginalized & underrepresented visionary woman and emerging women-identifying leaders. - Sonali performs spoken word, is a TEDx Speaker, and leads retreats & workshops for women-identified leaders - She has appeared on several podcasts like, Layla Saad’s Wild Mystic Woman and The Priestess Podcast - Sonali is a member of International Council of Interfaith & Indigenous Women
 
Interfaith conversations deconstructing traditional religious beliefs. A former Orthodox Jew and a Spanish-raised Catholic join forces to fight spiritual violence. Our nuanced conversations with queer revolutionaries will give you the tools to tear apart binaries and live a meaningful life. Recent guests include Arlan Hamilton, Mary Lambert, Sushant Divgikar, Rev. Troy Perry, Ryan Cassata & Senator Weinberg.
 
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 ...
 
Spirituality Matters with Rev Karla is a podcast for the spiritual but not religious. Rev Karla is an ordained interfaith minister, a writer, a wife, a mom, a grandmother and a spiritual sojourner. She explores topics from sin and religious trauma to empathy and self-care through stories of her own experiences and spiritual practices to help you find your path to God. God is big enough to share and there is room for you at this table. You can find more of Rev Karla's spiritual teachings on h ...
 
Inspiration and Transformation from the Banks of the Ganges - The Musings of an American Sanyasi with Host Sadhvi Bhagawati Saraswati Welcome to Inspiration and Transformation from the banks of the Ganges with Sadhvi Bhagawati Saraswati, an American Sanyasi living at the Parmarth Niketan Ashram in Rishikesh, India. Sadhvi is President of the Divine Shakti Foundation, a charitable organization bringing education, vocational training, upliftment and empowerment programs to women and children. ...
 
Ever wonder what happens when a trans Jewish theological activist and a cisgender Baptist hunger activist walk into a Bible Bashing podcast and talk about Biblical stories? Listen in each month as host, Liam Michael Hooper - a justice-seeking gender theorist, trans educator-advocate, and author - meets with (new) co-host, Don Durham - a hermit-ish farmer, podcaster, and transitional coach - share their thoughts about Biblical stories. After discussing a given text, Liam or Don will share a n ...
 
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 ...
 
In an era of political division and polarized debate, we are losing our ability to hear each other. The volume of our disagreements is at an all-time high, while our ability to communicate with kindness and empathy is at an all-time low. This podcast seeks to change that by engaging people from different backgrounds and beliefs in good old-fashioned conversation. Listen in as Rabbi Michael Beyo and anthropologist Dr. Adrian McIntyre spend time listening, sharing, and discovering common groun ...
 
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 ...
 
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 ...
 
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.
 
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 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 ...
 
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.
 
Get the most up to date information from experts around the world in Natural Pregnancy, Birth & Parenting. Rev. Zoe is an Anthropologist that specializes in birth culture. She is an international prenatal expert, author of 5 Steps to World Peace: Women's Wisdom that can Change the World, and also the director of the Women's Interfaith Fellowship.
 
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Simon Shimshon Rubin, Director at the International Laboratory for the Study of Loss, Bereavement and Human Resilience, author of Working with the Bereaved: Multiple Lenses on Loss and Mourning and Professor Emeritus of Clinical Psychology at University of Haifa School of Psychological Sciences joins Raviv and Rabbi Matt to discuss the psychologica…
 
Smartphones or Spirituality – Convincing Your Children Air Date: Thursday, 17 June 2021 at 11:00 AM EST / 8:00 AM PST Sadhvi Bhagawati Saraswati at Parmarth Niketan discusses the following topics and answers questions from seekers from around the world, during her daily Satsang from the banks of the holy Ganga River: ~ Smartphones or Spirituality –…
 
A staggering 10 percent of all children in America have a parent who is incarcerated or under the supervision of the criminal justice system. Thus more than seven million kids face the social stigma, the developmental problems and the greater risk of getting into trouble themselves. In our first segment of this two part special, we hear the persona…
 
Ep: 120 Part 1 In this episode: How Michael protested against Vietnam war? How his journey has been through out to becoming a lawyer What are his beliefs His work as a lawyer? His commitment to social justice? Why he was sure about going to Northeastern University for his law degree His articles in Haaretz , Jerusalem Post, The Hill and other publi…
 
Have you ever met an awakened person? Well, you are about to! Today’s guest, Mirabai Devi, is an amazing channel of ‘Divine Light.’ I have experienced one of her healing events myself and can attest to the power of the energy she channels. Let me tell you a little about her: Mirabai Devi is an International Spiritual Teacher, Global Healer and Chan…
 
I LOVED the chance to chat with Cali Werner in episode #16 of the Run Into Life Podcast. She is such an inspiration as a clinician, author, advocate, and competitive athlete. In this episode, we attempted to debunk myths around OCD and athletics (from the perspective of both an athlete and a clinician!). We also dove into Cali's competitive running…
 
Rev Karla is back with more of your questions to answer. In this episode, Rev Karla shares her thoughts on tithing, how to deal with toxic relationships and why God is gay. What does Rev Karla's signature sign-off mean? Rev Karla closes off the episode by answering the popular question: Can you be spiritual but not religious and still believe in Je…
 
Morgan Atkinson is a documentary filmmaker based in Kentucky. Focusing on a wide range of subjects from the Trappist monk Thomas Merton to waterway pollution in his hometown of Louisville, his work asks deep questions about spirituality, social justice, and ecology. In this episode, Morgan reflects what he has learned over his filmmaking career and…
 
Social psychotherapist, political theorist & entrepreneur and community organizer Indra Adnan joins Terry to explore the politics and power dynamics of “waking up” to the “meta-crisis” and to one another. Indra is in contact with the raw nerve of possibility. While many thinkers look at our civilizational predicament with increasing pessimism, she …
 
This week, we hear the live recording of Rabbi Lizzi's drash from Friday, June 11th. Tune in for her reflection on Torah in relation to Israel and Palestine Tune into our full service from Friday, June 11th, click here. Check out upcoming Shabbat services and programs here. Learn more about Mishkan Chicago. Follow us on Instagram and like us on Fac…
 
This week, we hear the live recording of Rabbi Deena's drash from Friday, June 4th. Tune in for her reflection on Torah in relation to grief, healing, illness and the way we support our friends and family. Tune into our full service from Friday, June 4th, click here. Check out upcoming Shabbat services and programs here. Learn more about Mishkan Ch…
 
This podcast is also available to watch in video format here: www.watchman.org/Meyer2. Charles Darwin published his landmark work The Origin of the Species in 1859. Today, evolution and natural selection remain the dominant scientific paradigms of our time regarding the development of biological life. Many atheists and skeptics regard Darwin's idea…
 
Despite some’s belief in the all-pervasiveness of original sin, scriptures throughout the world point to the fundamental health, love, and truth at the core of the human spirit and at the root of our minds – albeit, sometimes covered over with hurtful tendencies from ignorance and fear often rooted in generations past. The Christian and Hebrew Bibl…
 
Exactly five years ago, 49 people — predominantly LBGTQ+ people of color — went to Pulse nightclub, a community fixture in Orlando, Florida – and never came home. We honor them, their families, and the survivors of the massacre in our pursuit of equality and justice for all. This week’s State of Belief, Interfaith Alliance’s weekly radio show and p…
 
Host Greg Anglea, CEO of Interfaith Community Services, welcomes you to the Homeless in San Diego Podcast. Joining us today is Brenda Mitchell. Brenda redefines the words strength and community leader. She “can’t sit back feeling sorry for herself, but instead, is hearing a call to action” with the hopes that no one feels her heartbreak. Listen and…
 
Rabbi Elie Spitz, author of Healing from Despair: Choosing Wholeness in a Broken World and Does the Soul Survive? A Jewish Journey to Belief in Afterlife, Past Lives & Living with Purpose has spent his career meditating, speaking, and writing about the afterlife. Raviv and Rabbi Matt talk with Rabbi Spitz about some of the many takes on jewish beli…
 
Janet Connors tells the agonizing story of losing her 19-year-old son, Joel, who was murdered during a home invasion in Boston in 2001. She decided to reject paralyzing depression and vengeance, and instead devotes her life today to teaching public school students about “restorative justice”, a philosophy that encourages forgiveness when wrongdoers…
 
Meet Bushra Amiwala, the youngest Muslim elected official in the United States. Bushra travels around the country to share her story in hopes to inspire others to take action. We talked about: 1. Why did Bushra Amiwala decide to participate in the politics? 2. What is wealth for you? 3. What is the value of gratitude? 4. What is the value of time? …
 
Have you heard of St. Anthony of Padua? He is most famous for helping people find ‘lost things’ like car keys or misplaced items. But there is a MUCH deeper way to connect with his energy. He can help you find inner things you’ve lost, like your joy, faith or creativity. In this week’s episode, I will share a little bit about St. Anthony, and then …
 
In this episode, I had the pleasure of interviewing former collegiate teammate Nicole Esplin. We traveled down memory lane, as well as caught up on all of her running endeavors. Through our conversation, we tackled the concept that running is so much more than "just running." Nicole runs to watch the world wake up, to connect with those around her,…
 
In this episode, Rev Karla breaks down how we can release God from physical attributes and understand the experience of God to be the undefinable, the indescribable, and the unexplainable. We have humanized God through a patriarchal lens, but God is bigger than the image we created. Rev Karla talks about the many names for God in Christianity and r…
 
This podcast is also available to watch in video format here: www.watchman.org/Meyer1. Today there exists a confidence in the minds of many skeptics and unbelievers that science has somehow disproved God's existence; that cutting-edge theories in cosmology and biology have once-and-for-all triumphed over the need to explain such wonders as the hand…
 
Thoughts are like the ripples on the surface of a river, just transient glimmers of awareness – hinting at the depths below. For whatever reasons, we have come to identify so much with our habitual ripples we miss the enormity of the river of life within – taking its vast depth, clarity, and peace to be a pit of emptiness as we fearfully try to col…
 
This weekend marks the start of Pride Month, a celebration of the diversity, dignity, and visibility of LGBTQ+ people. It also brings with it Juneteenth, which celebrates the emancipation of Black Americans from slavery. None of us lives in a bubble, and in order to create a more just world for all of us, we must tackle systems of oppression target…
 
What if the word homosexual was never meant to be in the bible? Sharon Rocky Roggio, producer and director of the documentary film 1946 joins us to discuss the film that chronicles how the misuse of a single word changed the course of modern history. Rocky also shares her personal struggle and her complex relationship with her dad, a conservative p…
 
Members of First Unitarian Universalist Church of Houston celebrating Pride Month with a powerful, family-friendly service including social justice songs, readings and interactive meditations. The offering was organized by the Rev. Dr. Colin Bossen and Music Director Mark Vogel, joined by Rev. D. Scott Cooper, Tawanna Grice, Alma Viscarra, Karen Ca…
 
EP: 118 Part 5 In this episode we talked about: 1. The value of wealth? 2. The value of time? 3. The value of Gratitude? 4. What lights Dr. Farha Abbasi? and so much more. Here are links to her previous conversations: Part 1: https://youtu.be/hTtxZcVz4vg Part 2: https://youtu.be/i5eeGlxyNrI Part 3: https://youtu.be/PcGMXHMZW1E Part 4: https://youtu…
 
Is prayer part of your daily self-care? If you think of self-care only as things like eating right, exercising, getting enough sleep…you may be missing out on one of the most important and effective forms of self-care! How is prayer self-care? If you have followed any of the apparitions of Mother Mary, you will know that there is a theme that runs …
 
In this episode, I had the pleasure of interviewing Johnny Crain on both his coaching and professional running career. We shared the lessons running can teach you...through conversations on self-compassion, mental health, pushing beyond your limits, and always keeping running as the best part of your day! Johnny Crain is a 4 time NCAA DIII National…
 
This episode of State of Emergence, features an additional conversation with last week’s featured guest, the evolutionary biologist and important social theorist David Sloan Wilson. If you haven’t already listened to last week’s episode with David — episode 069, titled “A Human Superorganism — The Higher Potentials of Cooperation” — we encourage yo…
 
In this episode, Rev Karla interviews Rev Arda Itez, Humanist Minister and now Numa Soul's Director of Programs and Partnerships. Karla and Arda recount how they met at seminary school, how their spiritual paths have continued to grow together, and their plans for the future. Rev Arda discusses her spiritual background and how she began deconstruct…
 
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