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.

 

Did God Kill Jesus? (Part II)

Oct 12, 2015

Fred Stella welcomes back Tony Jones  for part two of their conversation about this book, Did God Kill Jesus? Tony is theologian-in-residence at Solomon’s Porch in Minneapolis, and teaches theology at Fuller Theological Seminary and United Theological Seminary of the Twin Cities. Tony serves as a senior acquisitions editor at Fortress Press, curating the Theology for the People line of books. And he’s developed an iPhone app called Ordain Thyself.

Tony Jones: Did God Kill Jesus?

Oct 5, 2015

Fred Stella welcomes Tony Jones to Common Threads to talk about this book, Did God Kill Jesus? Searching for Love in History’s Most Famous Execution. Tony is theologian-in-residence at Solomon’s Porch in Minneapolis, and teaches theology at Fuller Theological Seminary and United Theological Seminary of the Twin Cities. Tony serves as a senior acquisitions editor at Fortress Press, curating the Theology for the People line of books. And he’s developed an iPhone app called Ordain Thyself.

Katie Gordon

Sep 28, 2015

Katie Gordon, Interfaith Youth Core veteran and program manager for the Kaufman Interfaith Institute, is our guest on this edition of Common Threads.  Katie joins us to talk about interfaith activities in Grand Rapids and Eboo Patel's upcoming visit to Grand Rapids. 

Eboo Patel

Sep 21, 2015
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Our guest is Eboo Patel.  Eboo is the founder of Interfaith Youth Core and the author of Acts of Faith.  Eboo is coming to Grand Rapids on October 8th to speak at Aquinas College and Grand Valley State University.  

I Saw the Holy City

Sep 14, 2015
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We continue our conversation with local writer Jane Griffioen. Jane has written an account of attending the baptism of her grandchild in Charleston, South Carolina not long after the massacre at Mother Emanuel Church.  The name of her yet unpublished essay is “I Saw the Holy City.”

Jane Griffioen

Sep 8, 2015
charlestoncitypaper.com

We speak with local writer Jane Griffioen. Jane has written an account of attending the baptism of her grandchild in Charleston, South Carolina not long after the massacre at Mother Emanuel Church.  The name of her yet unpublished essay is “I Saw the Holy City.”  

Garth Aamodt (Part II)

Aug 31, 2015
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Grand Rapids resident Garth Aamodt returns to Common Threads for part 2 of our conversation. Garth is an ordained High Priest in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints and a life-long member of the Church.  Garth Aamodt is also on the Interfaith Dialogue Association Speakers Bureau.

Fred Stella is joined by Grand Rapids resident Garth Aamodt. Garth is an ordained High Priest in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints and a life-long member of the Church.  Garth Aamodt is also on the Interfaith Dialogue Association Speakers Bureau.

Rukhsana Hasib (Part 2)

Aug 17, 2015

Rukhsana Hasib returns for part two of our conversation. She joins us to talk about Pakistan's occupation of Bangladesh in 1971. Rukhsana is the author of Shadows in the Sun, Shackles of Time, and Redemption of Red.

Aired: 08/16/15

Rukhsana Hasib (Part 1)

Aug 17, 2015

Our guest is Rukhsana Hasib. Rukhsana joins us to talk about Pakistan's occupation of Bangladesh in 1971. Rukhsana is the author of 'Shadows in the Sun,' 'Shackles of Time,' and 'Redemption of Red.'

Aired: 08/09/15

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