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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 ...
 
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 ...
 
Becket’s Hannah Smith and Katie Geary tell the human stories behind twelve diverse and influential religious liberty cases. Each one gives a unique look at the real-life implications of religious liberty in America. Together, they illustrate the vital need to defend this fundamental freedom for people of all faiths.
 
Jonathan Edwards (1703-1758) was a pre-revolutionary American pastor and academic in Massachusetts, and is also widely considered to be both the last of the great Puritans, and a founder of modern evangelicalism. In 1732, his church and many churches in the surrounding region experienced “The Great Awakening”, a massive religious revival. The Great Awakening saw many people having heightened “affections”, or emotions, in response to their increased spirituality – this included excessive weep ...
 
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
 
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 ...
 
CrossFeed Religious News (Video) 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 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 ...
 
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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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It's the final installment in our season-long exploration of aspects of the divine! Throughout this season, Reverend Sarah and Reverend Peggy have deeply contemplated and discussed the possibilities of the divine and humans' relationship to it. Today we discuss our motivation for embarking on this season-long project and the lessons we've taken awa…
 
Welcome back to Rev'ing Up: Answering the Call of Liberal-Religious Leadership! Last week Meagan shared her story of facing the economic realities of pursuing a life in ministry. This week, we hear a bit of Carrie's personal narrative, then expand into a discussion of the competing pressures that define ministry as a career (especially in Unitarian…
 
Andre Halaw has a wonderful way of wording things, and he explains the concept of Nothingness in a beautiful way that reinforces the ideas from the resources we've explored in previous episodes. This book takes us step by step through the process of revealing our true natures, and is a great lead-in to the next podcast in which I'll discuss the con…
 
How were 4th century Christian martyr shrines locations for the negotiation of power and diversity? In this interview, Nathaniel Morehouse explains the contested nature of these shrines. With an eye to the context of the diverse Mediterranean world and its complex configuration of political and religious identities, Morehouse sees shrines as an exc…
 
This week we retell the tragic story of Cain and Abel, the world’s first brothers. We take a look at how classic birth order personality traits mixed with a meddling God is the catalyst for the world’s first murder. We learn about a few other firsts too like the world’s first edible arrangement and the world’s first tattoo.…
 
WARNING: content in this episode contains 1) explicit homophobic and transphobic beliefs, positioning, and scripting from Evangelical and Catholic Churches. 2) actual examples of conversion therapy sessions used against LGBTQ2S+ children. 3) politicians promoting the use of conversion therapy. Welcome to a special topic episode on our current fight…
 
This episode of Heart of a Heartless World features Travis Donoho and Jeremy McMahan. Travis is a professional labor union organizer and member of Thich Nhat Hahn's Order of Interbeing Sangha. Jeremy is the producer of this podcast and a Tibetan Buddhist practitioner and scholar. They discuss the relationship between socialism and Buddhism, how sel…
 
Religiously Incorrect Podcast 5.2.2021 "Where The Money Reside?" Pastor Jeff & Pastor Todd speak with CPA Michael Walker about financial stability, wealth-building, and how to best manage your money. Be sure to follow us on FB, IG, & YouTube! #RIP #REAL #RAW #UNCUT Hosts: Pastor Todd and Pastor Jeff Produced by: Michael J. Production: Big Mike, Mr.…
 
Episode 3- Great Week for Kentucky Kentucky Derby, Kentucky Football in the NFL draft, Hickman decomitts, is there more to that situation? TyTy Washington rumors, coaching changes haven't been made official yet, but it will soon. Brands, and The Dumbest Shit from Twitter this Week. #KentuckyDerby #BBN #podcastshow #Kentuckybasketballnews #NFL #Wild…
 
Episode 2- Kentucky Basketball Talk & Speculation Big Blue Banter- @PatrickLoney joins us to talk Kentucky Basketball, last season, this coming season, recruiting, coaching changes, and speculation. Also- The Dumbest Sh°t from Twitter this Week RIP Terrence Clarke. #BBN #streamyard #Kentuckybasketball #coachingchanges #recruits #transfers #NCAA #SE…
 
Throughout our season-long exploration of the divine and its many expressions, Reverend Sarah and Reverend Peggy have often returned to the idea that our vision of the divine substantially affects how we move in the world. On today's episode, the conversation picks up the theme of "process theology" from last week's show and moves into a discussion…
 
Ministers are people too and have economic and social needs just like anyone else. Is our faith structured to support them? On today's mini-episode of Rev'ing Up: Answering the Call of Liberal-Religious Leadership, CCNY intern minister Meagan Henry tells her story of being discouraged from pursuing ministry as a young single parent and how she foun…
 
Religiously Incorrect Podcast 4.25.21 Pastor Tatum Osborne of Refuge Church of God in Brooklyn, NY, joins us as guest host. Tune in and Talk Back! Hosts: Pastor Todd and Pastor Jeff Produced by: Michael J. Production: Big Mike, Mr. Larry Design by: Larry Johnson Music: J. Austin FOLLOW: WEBSITE: http://www.ReligiouslyIncorrectPodcast.com FACEBOOK: …
 
As politics moves rightwards across Europe and the US, are we entering a period of pushback from conservative religious institutions against minority religions and secularism? Join this month’s host Dan Gorman and guests Maxinne Connolly-Panagopoulos and Sidney Castillo to find out what connects Lil’ Nas X, Alabama’s yoga ban and Polish black metal…
 
Episode 1- Kentucky Football/Spring Practice & Recruiting. @RowlandRivals (Justin Rowland) of CatsIllustrated & Rivals.com joins us to talk Kentucky Football, what came from spring practice (good vibes) and some other things that have happened (not so good). Recruiting, Kentucky is on a roll (Yahtzee) And the Dumbest Shit from Twitter this Week! #B…
 
The process of becoming a minister is both individual and community-based. On today's episode, Carrie, Anthony, and Meagan explore some of the complexities and contradictions of ministerial formation through the lens of their personal backgrounds. In a liberal religion where a path to ministership is not restricted by gender, sexuality, or adherenc…
 
In this episode I'll be talking about what I have learned from reading Dr. David R. Hawkins' book "The Eye of the I: From Which Nothing is Hidden". This book delves deeply into awareness, what it means to exist, the meaninglessness of time, the role of the mind, and the nature of God. Read the full transcript at http://www.spiritualbnr.org/what-i-l…
 
Religiously Incorrect Podcast 4.18.21 "Faith to Faith: My Journey from Islam to Christianity" Pastor Todd & Pastor Jeff talk with Rukiya Bashir Pugh about her spiritual journey, the interaction between Islam and Christianity in the Black Community, and where we can find common ground and common goals. Tune In and Talk Back! Be sure to LIKE/FOLLOW/S…
 
What happens when scholars take seriously the human-focused study of religious practices? How might we study “sacred texts” while acknowledging that they are also human artifacts? Dr. Willi Braun, Professor Emeritus at the University of Alberta, joins Andie Alexander to discuss his recent book Jesus and Addiction to Origins: Toward and Anthropocent…
 
This week we're going all the way back to the beginning: Genesis 1:1 "In the beginning God created the Heavens and the Earth" This week we run through the creation story. How God made the universe and everything in it in six days. We learn the real reason why Sunday is the considered a day of rest and we discover that God was the original stoner.…
 
"God is beyond the realm of opposites." As our season-long exploration of aspects of the divine approaches its end, Rev. Peggy and Rev. Sarah spend time today discussing the complicated, cyclical, always-in-process relationship between humans and the divine. Beginning with a discussion of human gender binaries and how they have been projected onto …
 
Welcome back, Anthony! Anthony has returned from his retreat for Unitarian-Universalists of color and joins Carrie and Meagan for today's conversation about sources of hope. Our three hosts share personal stories of encounters with kind strangers, receiving help from unexpected sources, and moving from the "I" to the "we" by living in community. St…
 
It has long been assumed the Evangelical opposition to climate activism was rooted in apathy caused by pre-millennialism. Robin Veldman‘s research says otherwise and locates climate skepticism within the broader trope of “embattlement.” Rooted in religious discourses that began in the 1970s and in America’s Culture Wars, Evangelical discourse has w…
 
Religiously Incorrect Podcast 4.11.21 Pastor Todd & Pastor Jeff welcome Pastor Mark T. Jackson of the Light Church to chop it up about ministry, church planting, COVID-Church, and reaching new generations for Jesus. #RIP #Real #Raw #Uncut Hosts: Pastor Todd and Pastor Jeff Produced by: Michael J. Production: Big Mike, Mr. Larry Design by: Larry Joh…
 
Jonah and The Whale is a classic Bible story that God uses to prove that if you want to try to fuck with him, he will fuck you back harder. In this episode we go back to the Old Testament and run through prophet Jonah's story of being eaten and spit out by a whale. Does he learn a lesson? Do we?بقلم Religious Retales
 
Religiously Incorrect Podcast 4/4/21 Our Easter Edition of 1st SUNDAY with Pastor Todd & Pastor Jeff #RIP #Real #Raw #Uncut #1stSunday Hosts: Pastor Todd and Pastor Jeff Produced by: Michael J. Production: Big Mike, Mr. Larry Design by: Larry Johnson Music: J. Austin FOLLOW: WEBSITE: http://www.ReligiouslyIncorrectPodcast.com FACEBOOK: https://www.…
 
Happy Easter from Hope & Heresy! On today's episode, Reverend Sarah and Reverend Peggy spend time with the story of Holy Week and Easter. While Reverend Peggy identifies as Christian, Reverend Sarah does not and this episode reflects the complexity that is encompassed by Unitarian-Universalism. History and sociology blend with reflection and theolo…
 
Hello and welcome to Episode 29 of This Little Light Of Mine. My name is James Powell and I’m glad that you’re able to join me for the final episode of season one! I can’t believe that it’s already been over a year since I first embarked on this soul-searching journey of healing, forgiveness, and recovery! In today’s final story episode for season …
 
We take one final look at Pure and Impure Religion. COMING SOON!! We are hosting a Q&A Episode and welcome YOUR questions from all that you've heard so far. Please send your questions to kingdomuniversitynetwork.com. Disclaimer: the ideas and thoughts shared in this podcast may challenge your current views of religion. If you have any questions or …
 
Between Easter, Passover, and the rites of spring, this is a busy time for liberal-religious leaders! At these transitional times of year many of us feel the urge to engage in communal rituals, and lots of Unitarian-Universalist individuals and congregations share in celebrations of Easter, Passover, and the equinox. And of course, Unitarian-Univer…
 
Did you ever wonder why IT diagrams always use a cloud to show an element where stuff goes in and comes out, but we're not 100% sure what happens inside? That was originally called a "TAMO Cloud" - which stood for "Then A Miracle Occurred". It indicated an area of tech that was inscruitable, but nevertheless something we saw as reliable and consist…
 
In this episode, I talk about David R. Hawkins, MD, PhD, and some of my key takeaways from his book Letting Go: The Pathway of Surrender. I relate some of my personal experiences, and pass on some of the knowledge I've gained through reading this book. On my blog at spiritualbnr.org, you will find a full transcript of this episode and a link to Let…
 
What is tantra? Why are some practices classified as tantric while others are not? How might we rethink this term and its application? To begin answer these questions, Dr. Ellen Gough (Emory University) joins Andie Alexander to discuss her forthcoming book, Making a Mantra: Tantric Ritual and Renunciation on the Jain Path to Liberation (University …
 
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