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Common Knowledge

Our communities are more religiously diverse than ever. What should you know about the dynamic world around you? Common Knowledge shares fresh perspectives from leaders across a spectrum of religious and secular backgrounds.

Episodes:

Type Released Title Description
05/10/2018 The Things That Divide Us Whether it’s a discussion in a college classroom or an argument...
04/17/2018 Where Do We Find a Communal Bond? What bonds us together? In the present day, even when addressing ...
03/07/2018 What is Leadership? When you think of a leader, what image comes to mind? On this epi...
02/01/2018 Identity: Moving Through the World in Challenging Times This past year, how we identify ourselves has been contested, cha...
03/28/2017 The Case for Pluralism in a Divided Democracy We live in a religiously diverse democracy, yet our country today...
12/28/2016 2016: A Year in Review For many folks, 2016 was a year of surprises, with both unexpecte...
12/09/2016 Small Community, Large Impact: A Personal Look at the Lucumi Trad... The values we share in interfaith spaces are often rooted in deep...
10/31/2016 Unaffiliated but Not Unconnected: When does a spin class go from an excuse to lose a few pounds to ...
09/08/2016 “I Felt the Spirit Stir My Heart to Act”: 1 in 4 American Christians identifies as Pentecostal. Often chara...
07/21/2016 Hope in the Midst of Turmoil: A Reflection During Ramadan This month, we offer a special short episode reflecting on the tr...
06/28/2016 A Catholic Response to the Refugee Crisis How does a religious or nonreligious group respond to a major wor...
04/19/2016 Interfaith on the Menu: Food—growing it, cooking it, serving it, and eating it&mdas...
02/12/2016 From the Spirit World Followed by millions across the world, yet often overlooked in th...
12/14/2015 Christian Environmental Activism: Climate change and environmental degradation have been listed as ...
11/02/2015 The Unknown Civil Rights Hero: Pauli Murray Pauli Murray’s legacy of civil rights activism is often ove...
10/01/2015 Art and Empathy: A Conversation with Rohina Malik Issues of religion, gender, and ethnicity can often seem difficul...
08/25/2015 Measuring Success in Interfaith Cooperation How is data useful for the work of interfaith cooperation? On thi...
07/20/2015 Intersections: Race, Religion, and a Conversation on Charleston On this episode we talk to Jen Bailey, a minister in the African ...
06/15/2015 HIndus in Contemporary America Varun Soni, the Dean of Religious Life at the University of South...
04/23/2015 Islam and Interfaith Engagement- Common Knowledge #8 In this episode, focusing on Islam and interfaith engagement, we ...
11/24/2014 Medicine and Interfaith Literacy One of the most religiously diverse areas of American life is hea...
09/23/2014 Interfaith Cooperation in Judaism This month, we focus on concepts and stories that inspire Jewish ...
05/08/2014 Sikhism and Storytelling (with Valarie Kaur) In this episode, we talk with filmmaker and storyteller Valarie K...
04/02/2014 Mormonism and Interfaith (with Joanna Brooks) In this episode, we talk with Joanna Brooks, a professor and auth...
01/27/2014 Evangelicals in Interfaith (with Rachael McNeal) Evangelical Christians represent a significant portion of America...
11/21/2013 Atheism, Humanism, and Interfaith (with Chris Stedman) This episode, we talk to Chris Stedman, author and Humanist Chapl...
10/17/2013 What Is Interfaith Literacy? (with Eboo Patel) In our first episode, you’ll meet our hosts, Cassie and Car...


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