Common Threads

Common Threads, hosted by Fred Stella, is a co-production of WGVU Radio and The Interfaith Dialogue Association.  Common Threads airs Sundays at 7:00am and 6:30pm on WGVU 88.5 Grand Rapids, 95.3 Muskegon.

 

The Life of Hinduism (Part II)

10 hours ago

The co-editors of ‘The Life of Hinduism,’ John Stratton Hawley and Vasudha Narayanan, return to Common Threads to continue our conversation.

‘The Life of Hinduism’ brings together a series of essays that present Hinduism as a vibrant, truly “lived” religion and celebrates the diversity for which Hinduism is known.

The Life of Hinduism

Dec 4, 2017

Our guests are the co-editors of ‘The Life of Hinduism,’ John Stratton Hawley and Vasudha Narayanan

‘The Life of Hinduism’ brings together a series of essays that present Hinduism as a vibrant, truly “lived” religion and celebrates the diversity for which Hinduism is known. 

Christopher L. Heuertz (Part II)

Nov 27, 2017

Christopher L. Heuertz returns to Common Threads to continue our conversation.  Christopher is the author of ‘The Sacred Enneagram: Finding your Unique Path to Spiritual Growth.’

The Sacred Enneagram

Nov 20, 2017

Today we speak with Christopher L. Heuertz, author of ‘The Sacred Enneagram: Finding your Unique Path to Spiritual Growth.’

Monique El-Faizy (Part II)

Nov 13, 2017

We continue discussing the Coptic Church and more topics with Paris-based journalist Monique El-Faizy. 

Monique El-Faizy on Coptic Christians

Nov 5, 2017
Monique El-Faizy

We discuss the Coptic Church with Paris-based journalist Monique El-Faizy.   

No Joke, Part II with Dr. Ruth Wisse

Oct 30, 2017
Dr. Ruth Wisse

Dr. Ruth Wisse returns to Common Threads to continue our conversation on her book, ‘No Joke: Making Jewish Humor.’

Ruth is a Professor of Yiddish Literature and Comparative Literature at Harvard University.

Ruth Wisse

Oct 23, 2017

Our guest is Dr. Ruth Wisse.  Dr. Wisse joins us to discuss her book, No Joke: Making Jewish Humor.

Ruth is a Professor of Yiddish Literature and Comparative Literature at Harvard University.

Sigal Lecture: Dr. Simran Jeet Singh (Part II)

Oct 16, 2017

We bring you part two of the 2017 Rabbi Philip Sigal Memorial Lecture.  Dr. Simran Jeet Singh spoke on Islamophobia, Hate Crimes, and the Racialization of Religious Identity on April 20, 2017 at Grand Valley State University.

Sigal Lecture 2017: Dr. Simran Jeet Singh

Oct 9, 2017

We bring you part one of the 2017 Rabbi Philip Sigal Memorial Lecture.  Dr. Simran Jeet Singh spoke on Islamophobia, Hate Crimes, and the Racialization of Religious Identity on April 20, 2017 at Grand Valley State University.

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