Interfaith Voices is the nation's only public radio show exclusively about religion. We were born just three days after 9/11, when a feisty nun got the idea to host a multi-faith panel on religion and terrorism, live on the radio. The phones rang off the hook, and it became clear that listeners were hungry for informed, respectful dialogue on religion in the public square. We carry on that mission today with our free, weekly podcast...led by our host Amber Khan.
The Battle for (some) Souls at the Polls
In an election like no other, we look at the appeals to values voters across the political spectrum.
In a Pandemic the Struggle to Reach Voters
With limited organizing opportunities, advocacy groups and faith-based political organizations use social media advertising and digital rallies to reach faithful voters.
Finding Answers in Data: The Impact of Religiosity and Race on Party Identification
To understand the strategies used by activists we turn to the numbers. Dr. Ryan Burge from Eastern Illinois University is a professor of political science and a pastor who researches political trends.
Keeping Secrets: Faith in Public Service
Charismatics in a Dystopian Gilead?
The Spiritual Evolution of the Boy Who Dreamt of Becoming the First American Pope
It would be hard to envision former CIA Director John Brennan meditating in a Buddhist temple, after all the Irish-Catholic who served six presidents is the first to acknowledge he has a hot-temper. But he did. - And he