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Hope & Heresy: Life on the Religious Left is a podcast for everyday people who want to live meaningfully without letting arbitrary doctrine or oppressive religious practice prevent them from asking big questions about our complicated world. Hosts Reverend Peggy Clarke and Reverend Sarah Lenzi discuss a series of contemporary issues, using history and theology as their guides. The initial episodes of Hope & Heresy were recorded on-site at Community Church of New York, a Unitarian-Universalist ...
 
In Season 2 of Stream of Conscience, we dive deeper into religious liberty to explore its two major components, the Establishment Clause and the Free Exercise Clause. What did the framers of the Constitution mean when they forbade the “establishment” of religion? Who gets to decide what “free exercise” of religion includes? What’s the difference between the two clauses, and how do we argue cases arising under them? Season 2 also introduces cases that are not strictly religious liberty cases. ...
 
The Varieties of Religious Experience: A Study in Human Nature is a book by the Harvard psychologist and philosopher William James that comprises his edited Gifford Lectures on "Natural Theology" delivered at the University of Edinburgh in Scotland between 1901 and 1902. These lectures concerned the nature of religion and the neglect of science, in James' view, in the academic study of religion. Soon after its publication, the book found its way into the canon of psychology and philosophy, a ...
 
This Little Light of Mine is an LGBTQ+ tale of terror (growing up as a closeted Gay Christian in the Evangelical church) that led to trauma (cPTSD, religious trauma, spiritual abuse, sexual abuse, addiction) to what I intend to become triumph. Join me on my healing and recovery journey towards mental health, spiritual health and emotional health as I find my voice by sharing what happened in my life as a Queer Christian where I was taught that I was not allowed to love.
 
Welcome to Rev'ing Up, the newest media ministry from Community Church of New York. This show is a container to explore the intersectionalities of life, ministry, and professional clergy formation from the perspective of three Unitarian-Universalist intern ministers. We are in community with you, our listeners. We invite you to co-create this space with us as we move through our first season. Contact us at podcast@ccny.org and mark your calendar for a live conversational event hosted by CCNY ...
 
Before the Bible was written biblical stories were passed down by word of mouth. You know, podcasting before the age of the internet. Well fast forward 2500 years and call me your podcast prophet as I bring you classic Bible stories in a way that you haven't heard them before.
 
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Religious Taters

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A day in the life of an average Christian student. Expect reviews of movies, books, music, and TV shows. I will talk about my thoughts on Christianity and other religions. I may also talk about what has gone on in my day. I will definitely talk about whatever you e-mail me about at ReligiousTaters@gmail.com
 
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CrossFeed Religious News Audio

Pastors Dale Critchley and Jim Butler

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CrossFeed Religious News (Audio) brings you the latest religious news each week as found on crossfeednews.com, the only social religious news community on the internet! Watch level-headed Christian commentary from Dale Critchley in Cleveland and Jim Butler in Boston, a couple Lutheran (LCMS) pastors, discussing everything from abortion to gay marriage to statements from the Pope to VeggieTales, not to mention regular Superman and Star Wars references. We take the news seriously, but we don't ...
 
(NOTE: Some of these podcasts were recorded during the Bush Administration and the material is rather dated. However the overarching danger presented by the Religious Right still exists, and the information contained in these podcasts is still relevant. New episodes [2010] will be identified by RJ 2.0 in the title.) Jesus instructed us to be righteous, to be meek, to be pure of heart, to be merciful, and to be peacemakers. How well do you think that the members of the religious right are doi ...
 
The Arab uprisings of 2011 created unexpected opportunities for religious radicals. Although many inside and outside the region initially saw the uprisings as liberal triumphs, illiberal forces have benefited disproportionately. In Tunisia, formally marginalized jihadi-salafi groups appealed for mainstream support, and in Egypt, the Muslim Brotherhood triumphed in elections. Even in Saudi Arabia, not known for either lively politics or for political entrepreneurship, a surprising array of fo ...
 
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Kevin Blaney is a student of Fairmont State University. He has enjoyed aviation since childhood, and is in the process of becoming a pilot. We speak on piloting, the virus, and its potential to affect his career moving forward. Email: thereligiouscoffeehour@gmail.com Buy Me a Coffee https://www.buymeacoffee.com/RelgiousCoffee…
 
The holiday season often inspires reflection about our practices of generosity and gratitude. This year, as we continue to recover and heal from the ongoing COVID pandemic, the holidays may be even more meaningful. On this episode, Carrie and Meagan discuss generosity in the liberal religious context and where it shows up -- or doesn't -- in our co…
 
What is the world religions paradigm? In this RSP Remix, David McConeghy presents an abridged version of David Robertson’s 2013 interview with James Cox. Cox explains how the world religions paradigm came to be the dominant model for teaching undergraduates comparative religion, and he offers an introduction to a few of the strongest critique of th…
 
"Theodicy": conventionally understood as a defense of God in face of the knowledge of human suffering.What is the liberal-religious definition of theodicy and how do we understand it in the context of our very current moment of suffering and trauma caused by the 2020-2021 coronavirus pandemic?Join Reverend Sarah and Reverend Peggy to learn more abo…
 
After the City of Boca Raton gave a Chabad a shot at building a new center, a small but hostile group sprang up in opposition. What followed was a classic case of Establishment Clause misunderstanding, something that frequently troubles the courts. Rabbi Ruvi New tells about the East Boca Chabad’s journey to building a better home and the prejudice…
 
Part #2 Demystifying Religious Trauma Syndrome Breaking away from religion can be a traumatic experience to say the least. Many people are left with deep emotional wounds that they struggle to understand. And it can be hard to step away when indoctrination repeatedly tells you it’s wrong or sinful to leave. The effects are often described as extrem…
 
Do you struggle with mental health issues? You are NOT alone! My wife and I both struggle, and we open up and let you in on some of our struggles as a married couple as we deal with mental health. There is always support out there, and we want to be part of that support. Never hesitate to email us at thereligiouscoffeehour@gmail.com Visit Our Faceb…
 
Episode 27- Keep it Moving Kentucky Football/ New Mexico State game, Kentucky Basketball/ Mt. Saint Mary's & Ohio games, also some Kentucky news around the Basketball program with the Bob Huggins comments, and Reed Sheppard has always been a Wildcst, plus the Dumbest Shit from Twitter this Week. #collegesports #KentuckyFootball #kentuckybasketball …
 
Welcome to The Hope & Heresy Guide to Theological Terms! This episode is a brief introduction to our fourth season. Hope & Heresy: Life on the Religious Left is a podcast for everyday people who want to live meaningfully without letting arbitrary doctrine or oppressive religious practice prevent us from asking big questions about our complicated wo…
 
What does healing look like? In ourselves, in our communities, and in the world? After a year and a half of the COVID pandemic, we all have healing to do. On this episode, Meagan and Carrie discuss healing on many levels. Meagan, who is dealing with a new and mysterious health issue, shares her reflections about the journey of healing that chronic …
 
Religiously Incorrect Podcast | 11.14.21 "Girl Power" Pastor Jeff & Pastor Todd welcome Mel Ross, host of Shop Talk w/Mel! We're talking power dynamics among males and females in business, media, and the Church! Tune in and Talk back! #RIP #RealRawUncut Follow us on FB, IG, YouTube, and Twitter! Hosts: Pastor Todd and Pastor Jeff Produced by: Micha…
 
Episode 26- Official Gifts of Farewell Janson Hoskins @Janson_Hoskins of catscoverage.com joins to talk Coach K's farewell tour and the officiating gifts of that farewell, Duke vs Kentucky, Kentucky vs Robert Morris, we like what we're seeing thus far from the Kentucky Basketball team, Kentucky Football is now 7-3, which is a good thing after beati…
 
Religiously Incorrect Podcast | 11.7.21 "Is This The End?" Pastor Todd & Pastor Jeff discuss the many views and theories about the "end times" and their thoughts about them. Is the rapture real? What about the New World Order? The Anti-Christ? The Mark of the Beast? We're tackling it all as only we can. Tune in and Talk Back! #RIP #RealRawUncut Lik…
 
What do we mean when we talk about secularism, religion, or culture? In this episode, Matt Sheedy joins RSP co-editor Andie Alexander to discuss his recent book Owning the Secular: Religious Symbols, Culture Wars, Western Fragility (Routledge, 2021). Sheedy discusses how “religion” and “secular” categories are necessarily intertwined as he consider…
 
On this episode, I ask our guest a series of questions from his favorite coffee to why he got into preaching as a career. I also ask him the thought provoking question: “If you had three days to live, what would you do?” Also, in this episode a discussion on the Lord’s Supper breaks out. What is the appropriate method in partaking of this supper? S…
 
Hello and welcome to This Little Light of Mine, my name is James Powell and I'm so glad that you were able to join me for today's story episode entitled Coming out again. In today's episode I walk you some of the uncomfortable yet necessary events that followed my big decision to JUMP! from S02E05. I'm putting my decision to attend an in-patient tr…
 
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