Best Academic podcasts we could find (Updated January 2019)
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This podcast account features all of the audio clips from the Academic Life in Emergency Medicine (ALiEM) educational blog site. http://www.ALiEM.com
 
Inside Higher Ed is pleased to bring you The Academic Minute. The brainchild of Albany's WAMC and its president, Alan Chartock, The Academic Minute features professors from top institutions around the country, delving into topics from the serious to the light-hearted, keeping listeners abreast of what's new and exciting in the academy with topics ranging from updates on groundbreaking scientific research to an explanation of how the board game Monopoly can help explain the economic recession ...
 
Meet medical students and residents, clinicians and educators, health care thought leaders and researchers in this podcast from the journal Academic Medicine. Episodes chronicle the stories of these individuals as they experience the science and the art of medicine. Guests delve deeper into the issues shaping medical schools and teaching hospitals today. Subscribe to this podcast and listen as the conversation continues. The journal Academic Medicine serves as an international forum to advan ...
 
We are a FOAMED project devoted to providing TOTAL care everywhere. This is done by sharing the Tools Of the Trade and Academic Learning in Emergency Medicine (TOTAL EM). We believe in education for emergency medicine professionals and the public.
 
Dr. Mark Stout, Director of the MA in Global Security Studies at Johns Hopkins University Advanced Academic Programs and former intelligence officer, welcomes the leading minds in Global Security for lively discussions on the challenges and events of our time.
 
Founded in 1967, the AAP is an influential and intimate professional society of physiatry professionals in every career level. We are creating the future of academic physiatry through mentorship, leadership, and discovery.
 
There is sunshine outside the ivory tower
 
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Academic Regale Ya
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Welcome to Academic Regale Ya. The podcast where I, Jacob Ward, regale you with stories from the history of higher education.
 
A biweekly discussion dedicated to American History, historical thinking, and the role of history in our every day lives. Cohosted by John Fea and Drew Hermeling.
 
Our show highlights business success stories that came from failure. Guests share lessons from failure not taught in business school that successful business owners know. These stories are based on failure to inspire you to keep going when the going gets tough, to understand and embrace failure and its purpose. Our focus is on the process of failure, the process through failure as seen by those business owners who have made friends with failure to help you understand the true path to unlocki ...
 
Many of us have phases where we have no idea what we’re doing, or everything feels like it’s going wrong: that we are failing, or even that we are failures. Sometimes such phases feel less like phases than a permanent default. And often we assume – wrongly – that no one else ever feels the same. This is an initiative intended to help make it OK to think and talk about failure. It includes five podcasts and a workbook. Find out more about the contributors, download the workbook, and give feed ...
 
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Academic Smark
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I talk about life, graduate school and studies, food, and popular culture.
 
Podcast by Robert C. Gray
 
HEQCO is an agency of the Government of Ontario bringing evidence-based research to the continued improvement of postsecondary education in Ontario
 
Academic Writing Podcast from the Higher School of Economics, Russia, is a project aiming at your academic writing skills through your ears. In our short radio shows (podcasts) we are discussing and explaining phrases which cover most of your needs for composing an academic article. Each of the episodes comes with a pdf file and can be reached at http://academics.hse.ru/podcasts
 
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IHS Academic
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Podcasts by IHS Academic, connecting the network of liberty advancing academics.
 
 
This series is a collection of academic podcasts on a plethora of historical subjects. It ranges in scope from full recordings of academic research papers to informative contributions from professional historians discussing the details of specific historical events. Funded by the School of History and Archives, University College Dublin, the series is a partnership with the historyhub.ie website and multimedia hub.
 
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Learning @ Home
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At Tutor Doctor, we believe that there is more to academic success than just subject matter knowledge, and that many things can influence a student's academic career and life. Our podcast, Learning@Home, brings in experts from around the world to discuss various topics from developing a growth mindset, executive functioning skills, money management for teens and so much more, in the hopes that you can find some "aha" moments to help your student! Whether you're a parent, student or teacher, ...
 
In "Hardcore History" journalist and broadcaster Dan Carlin takes his "Martian", unorthodox way of thinking and applies it to the past. Was Alexander the Great as bad a person as Adolf Hitler? What would Apaches with modern weapons be like? Will our modern civilization ever fall like civilizations from past eras? This isn't academic history (and Carlin isn't a historian) but the podcast's unique blend of high drama, masterful narration and Twilight Zone-style twists has entertained millions ...
 
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Academic OB/GYN
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The Blogcast for the Academic OB/GYN Physician
 
This is a collaboration between the editors of Academic Emergency Medicine and the Brown University Emergency Medicine Residency Program. Each podcast offers a pre-publication look at a chosen article, with an interview with its corresponding author. Visit www.brownemblog.com (AEM Early Access section) to find the links to each article and other related educational materials.
 
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Tel Aviv Review
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Showcasing the latest developments in the realm of academic and professional research and literature, about the Middle East and global affairs. We discuss Israeli, Arab and Palestinian society, the Jewish world, the Middle East and its conflicts, and issues of global and public affairs with scholars, writers and deep-thinkers.
 
The OAE Podcast is an interview series and discussion panel where we talk to authority figures within higher education about technology, academic research, university management, policy makers to educators and instructors
 
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Academic Trax
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Welcome to Academic Trax, where two junior faculty members provide expert advice on topics beyond their expertise!
 
Three passionate media scholars debate film, television and pop culture.
 
Better Library Leaders is a podcast devoted to exploring the elements of great libraries, and great library leaders! If you're an academic, public, school, or special librarian looking to improve your leadership skills, this is the show for you!
 
I read philosophy so you don't have to. Learn about key thinkers outside of the academic realm and without all the academic jargon (or as little of it as possible). I make philosophy easier so we can see it better in the world we live in.
 
The science of the good life? Sorry this is not about booze, sex and the contemporary flavour of Rock n’Roll. We talk about the stuff that usually only tree huggers have the courage to embrace: appreciation of beauty, positive emotions, gratitude or positive relationships. However we, that is positive psychology researchers and practitioners bury ourselves in books, set out to experiment and then write it all up in a style that is usually about as engaging as watching an avocado turn brown. ...
 
The Castan Centre is a world-renowned academic centre using its human rights expertise to create a more just world where human rights are respected and protected, allowing people to pursue their lives in freedom and with dignity.
 
Grand Rounds, a staple of American medical education for more than 100 years, spans every field of clinical practice. It is a master class on the art and science of medicine, delivered by renowned clinicians in academic settings nationwide. Yet in today's practice, where time is an all-too precious commodity, regular attendance at Grand Rounds sessions has become increasingly difficult. In response to this challenge, ReachMD brings the lecture hall to you, with these outstanding talks from t ...
 
The podcast dedicated to achieving academic success and financing higher education. Our mission is to obtain marketable skills through academics to achieve life goals.
 
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Dissertating
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A Podcast of Academic Productions!
 
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LSE Podcasts
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The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) is one of the foremost social science universities in the world.LSE is a specialist university with an international intake and a global reach. Its research and teaching span the full breadth of the social sciences, from economics, politics and law to sociology, anthropology, accounting and finance. Founded in 1895 by Beatrice and Sidney Webb, the School has an outstanding reputation for academic excellence. LSE has 16 Nobel prize wi ...
 
From the Center for Artistic Activism: the most popular culture through the lens of an artist, an academic, and an activist.
 
'Librarians Aloud' is an independent podcast by librarians for library & information professionals or anyone interested in what it is information professionals do. Each episode features a guest from the information profession telling their origin story, sharing insight into their career path and discussing the future of information and knowledge sharing and discovery. The show is produced and presented by Laura Rooney Ferris and is presented by the Academic & Special Libraries Section (A&SL) ...
 
Recorded live at the Museum of Jewish Montreal, join talk radio legend Tommy Schnurmacher, the Rabbi Avi Finegold and a rotating, round-table panel of guests from the arts, the media and the academic and religious communities for a bi-weekly conversation on faith and life over a couple of cocktails.
 
The science of the good life? Sorry this is not about booze, sex and the contemporary flavour of Rock n’Roll. We talk about the stuff that usually only tree huggers have the courage to embrace: appreciation of beauty, positive emotions, gratitude or positive relationships. However we, that is positive psychology researchers and practitioners bury ourselves in books, set out to experiment and then write it all up in a style that is usually about as engaging as watching an avocado turn brown. ...
 
An interview series with leading policy scholars and practitioners, connecting academic research and ideas with the news of the day.
 
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Nerd Monster Radio
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Nerd Monster Radio is the music podcast of Jose Aparicio of nerdmonster.net. The podcast explores new and old: indie, world, dance, pop, folk, punk tunes that are unqiue but approchable. While music is primarily in English, you should expect at least a song or two to be in other languages per show. Jose Aparicio is a an academic researcher with previous tiny stints as a DJ around Los Angeles.
 
A weekly podcast exploring academic research on religion and featuring top scholars in history, sociology, political science, economics and religious studies.
 
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Xathlon Talk
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All sorts of audio content on Academic Decathlon, education, coaching, academic competitions, and learning ✅ Sponsored by Xathlon. Check out our $50 MiniQuizzes ⬇️
 
The collection of Mike Licona's public academic debates.
 
Harry Hawk talks with educators, students, educational technologists and architects discussing learning & academics, classroom management systems, for-profit and non-profit educational models, and the change face of public education.
 
We are ducators connecting academic ideas to popular culture
 
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Is there air pollution in your home? In today's Academic Minute, the University at Albany's Md. Aynul Bari digs into this question. Bari is an assistant professor in the department of environmental and sustainable engineering at Albany, part of the State University of New York System. A transcript of this podcast can be found here. Section: Aca ...…
 
Horror movies can be quite effective at scaring us. In today's Academic Minute, Manhattan College's Michael Grabowski determines what makes them so successful. Grabowski is an associate professor of communication at Manhattan. A transcript of this podcast can be found here. Section: Academic Minute File: 01-17-19 Manhattan - Neuroscience and Ho ...…
 
How to reduce food waste? Recycle it. In today's Academic Minute, Colorado State University's Matthew Wallenstein determines how wasted food can help repair degraded soil. Wallenstein is a professor in the department of soil and crop sciences at Colorado State. A transcript of this podcast can be found here. Section: Academic Minute File: 01-16 ...…
 
It is time for the second part of our collaborative series with the Society of Point of Care Ultrasound (SPOCUS) and Practical POCUS. We are again joined by our guests Janelle Bludorn and Laura Blesse-Hampton. This time we discuss how to integrate ultrasound into an educational program.
 
Is the world becoming more disenchanted? In today's Academic Minute, Franklin Pierce University's Doug Challenger looks into how religious thought is trending across the globe. Challenger is a professor of sociology at Franklin Pierce. A transcript of this podcast can be found here. Section: Academic Minute File: 01-15-19 Franklin Pierce - The ...…
 
Joining editor-in-chief David Sklar and senior staff editor Toni Gallo (@AcadMedJournal) to discuss their personal experiences with parental leave and other policies that can help create more family-friendly training environments for physicians are recent and current residents Ariel Sklar, Alli Webb, and Michael Maguire. Guests also discuss the ...…
 
Transparency International is among the most prominent global organizations fighting corruption through exposure, documentation and measurement. Delia Ferreira Rubio, Chair of the organization, discusses the challenges, pitfalls and goals of their work, while Alona Vinograd of the Israel Democracy Institute brings the question of corruption hom ...…
 
As the arctic warms, we can look to the past for clues to our future. In today's Academic Minute, the University at Buffalo's Elizabeth Thomas examines Greenland’s lakes for answers. Thomas is an assistant professor of geology at Buffalo. A transcript of this podcast can be found here. Section: Academic Minute File: 01-14-19 Buffalo - A Wetter ...…
 
In the Academic Gamer Podcast Episode #2, we begin coverage of our nominees for Game of the Year 2018. Four our purposes, nominees include not only games released officially in 2018 but also the games that were meaningful to us this year. Stay tuned for Part 2 where we address the second half of our list and begin deliberations to determine our ...…
 
Host Aroop Mukharji interviews Lisa Monaco, Assistant to President Obama for Homeland Security and Counterterrorism (2013-2017), about the greatest national security threats Americans face, misperception, fear, and Goldfish crackers. For more about the show, please visit: http://www.snackbreakshow.com…
 
Deep themes run through this show, with allegations of Japanese war crimes and atrocities in China at the start leading to eerily familiar, almost modern questions over how the world should respond. And then Dec 7, 1941 arrives...
 
Deep themes run through this show, with allegations of Japanese war crimes and atrocities in China at the start leading to eerily familiar, almost modern questions over how the world should respond. And then Dec 7, 1941 arrives...
 
How many personality quizzes do you take online? In today's Academic Minute, Randy Stein of California State Polytechnic University at Pomona details why people like BuzzFeed-type quizzes more than the real thing. Stein is an assistant professor of marketing at Cal Poly Pomona. A transcript of this podcast can be found here. Section: Academic M ...…
 
Welcome to The Road to Chair, a podcast series developed by the AAP's Resident/Fellow Council (RFC). In this inaugural episode, Neal Rakesh, MD, Vice Chair of the RFC, interviews Joel Stein, MD, Physiatrist-in-Chief at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital, Professor and Chair of Rehabilitation Medicine at Columbia University, and Professor of Rehabili ...…
 
Work is always with you in the digital age. In today's Academic Minute, Widener University's Donna McCloskey explores how to set boundaries between work and home. McCloskey is an associate professor in Widener's School of Business Administration. A transcript of this podcast can be found here. Section: Academic Minute File: 01-10-19 Widener - H ...…
 
Happy New Year! Today we discuss something not at all relevant to our current world situation, oh no, not at all, who would even think that: Hypocrisy. Starting the new year off on a positive, optimistic foot, eh? Return guest Sara Shaw also helps us share some of the good, positive things in our lives, like video games and Philip Pullman.…
 
On the sixth episode of Canada’s premiere faith and conversation podcast, hosts Tommy Schnurmacher and Rabbi Avi Finegold explore the history of downtown Montreal's St. Jax Anglican Church (formerly St. James the Apostle from 1864 to 2015) and discuss how to re-think, re-brand and essentially re-launch a church with the Reverend Graham A. Singh ...…
 
How do we get students to look at the big picture? In today's Academic Minute, Ursuline College's Lynn Ulatowski describes one method to do so. Ulatowski is an assistant professor of biology at Ursuline. A transcript of this podcast can be found here. Section: Academic Minute File: 01-09-19 Ursaline - The Concept of the Big Picture.mp3 Event's ...…
 
Drought Crack Life Survival Flower Desert How to avoid cynical feelings of feeling helpless. “Always wear shorts under your skirt so you can go to the monkey bar” —@ladyscientist Mentioned in this episode: Learned Helplessness: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Learned_helplessness Grant rejection tweet: https://twitter.com/jeroenphv/status/1064579 ...…
 
In collaboration with the Society of Point of Care Ultrasound (SPOCUS) and Practical POCUS, we are striving to help those who are wanting to improve their training programs. We bring faculty that have experience of introducing ultrasound to the classroom. These pearls are beneficial to all levels of education and not just for PA programs.…
 
Why do paper cuts hurt so much? In today's Academic Minute, Texas A&M University's Gabe Neal discusses why small slices cause such a big fuss. Neal is a clinical assistant professor at Texas A&M. A transcript of this podcast can be found here. Section: Academic Minute File: 01-08-19 Texas A&M - Papercuts.mp3 Event's date: Monday, January 7, 201 ...…
 
Shibley Telhami is the master of survey research in the Middle East. His book The World Through Arab Eyes walks through the complexities of characterizing the Arab world through survey data. His research tracks and explains changes over time on the most sensitive public issues, from the Arab Spring, America, Israel, al Jazeera, and democracy. T ...…
 
Some companies offer a side dish of positive social impact with each purchase. In today's Academic Minute, Trinity College's Craig Mattson wonders if social problem-solving companies are here to stay. Mattson is a professor of communication arts at Trinity. A transcript of this podcast can be found here. Section: Academic Minute File: 01-07-19 ...…
 
Dr. Yonatan Mendel, the director of the Center for Jewish-Arab relations at the Van Leer Institute in Jerusalem, is author of the recently published "The Creation of Israeli Arabic: Security and Politics in Arabic Studies in Israel." Dr. Mendel explains to host Gilad Halpern why generations of Israeli high school students who specialized in Ara ...…
 
Co-hosted by Drs. Mary and Nate Haas, this episode of the SAEM's Research Learning Series features Dr. Daren Beam (Indiana University) on how to write a winning abstract for a scientific meeting or conference. Take notes and apply his practical pearls of do's and don'ts, while also hearing some funny, behind-the-scenes stories about his time as ...…
 
Co-hosted by Drs. Mary and Nate Haas, this installment of SAEM's Research Learning Series features Dr. Zachary Meisel (University of Pennsylvania) on how to turn your interest into research. Get inspired by his career path from prehospital research to narratives in evidence-based medicine.
 
Malcolm and Simone Collins want to wake people up to really truly think about life. What are you optimizing your life for? Could it be something that is not a positive emotion? This chat is a wild ride which might get some feathers ruffled. For this one you need to open your mind, put aside the times when you might feel personally attacked and ...…
 
Malcolm and Simone Collins want to wake people up to really truly think about life. What are you optimizing your life for? Could it be something that is not a positive emotion? This chat is a wild ride which might get some feathers ruffled. For this one you need to open your mind, put aside the times when you might feel personally attacked and ...…
 
Malcolm and Simone Collins want to wake people up to really truly think about life. What are you optimizing your life for? Could it be something that is not a positive emotion? This chat is a wild ride which might get some feathers ruffled. For this one you need to open your mind, put aside the times when you might feel personally attacked and ...…
 
Under the Gregorian calendar, today is the first day of 2019. Many are making resolutions and there are ways to add this can implemented into your role in medicine. This is a New Year so take on something new and grow.
 
Dr Gilad Malach, head of the ultra-Orthodox research program at the Israel Democracy Institute, discusses the findings of the 2018 statistical report on the ultra-Orthodox society in Israel, which he directed. This episode of the Tel Aviv Review was brought to you by the Israel Democracy Institute, an independent center of research and action d ...…
 
Pete and Martha go guestless to discuss their Top Ten pieces of pop culture from 2018. They also throw a lot of shade about their favorite and least favorite homework assignments from this year, and reiterate A LOT about how LONG 2018 has been. See you guys next year!
 
The original post is on Christmas Day 2018 but the principle remains true no matter the time of year. In medicine, burnout is a commonly faced problem. The Holidays and time away from family makes this even more difficult.
 
Dr Hagai Boas, head of the Science, Technology and Civilization Program at the Van Leer Jerusalem Institute, discusses his co-edited volume Bioethics and Biopolitics in Israel: Socio-Legal, Political and Empirical Analysis. This season of the Tel Aviv Review is made possible by The Van Leer Jerusalem Institute, which promotes humanistic, democr ...…
 
For those of us who teach history, we often worry that video games are just a distraction that our students play instead of doing their homework. However, history and historical thinking have long been tied to video games, from Oregon Trail through present-day titles such as Civilization and Assassin's Creed. Host John Fea reflects on his exper ...…
 
The Recovering Academic trio takes some time to reflect about the past year and make plans for 2019. We also discuss how it is hard to find motivation and focus during this time of the year, but we give some tips about how we can trick ourselves to have some work done during this holiday season! It’s the season of generosity, but there’s actual ...…
 
Teenagers often leave school with little knowledge or understanding of how best to manage their finances, which is an invaluable life skill to have. Tim Morris, Director of Franchise Success at Tutor Doctor and former business owner, shares how he taught his two children these important skills.
 
To subscribe on Apple podcasts please visit http://apple.co/2r40QPA or on Andriod http://subscribeonandroid.com/www.lse.ac.uk/assets/richmedia/webFeeds/lseiqpodcast_iTunesStore.xml or search for 'LSE IQ' in your favourite podcast app or visit http://lse.ac.uk/iqWelcome to LSE IQ, the monthly award-winning podcast from the London School of Econo ...…
 
In this first episode of AGP, we discuss the recent news from Blizzard regarding the cancellation of HGC and ramping down of developer resources for Heroes of the Storm.Twitter: https://twitter.com/AcademicGamerEmail: academicgamer@outlook.comIntro/Outro music by Ozzed (https://ozzed.net)
 
Sometimes in medicine we find things we were not necessarily looking for when we perform a test. We call these incidental findings. While many of these are benign they can potentially be problematic as they can change the workup of a patient including their disposition and management.
 
How do we think about the entirety of a physician’s career? Discussing the individual, institutional, and workforce implications of physicians’ late-career transitions and retirement decisions in this new episode are editor-in-chief David Sklar, senior staff editor Toni Gallo (@AcadMedJournal), and authors Karen Leslie, MD, MEd (@karenraven) an ...…
 
Israeli film scholar Dan Chyutin observes that Israeli film once reflected secular Israeli society, and religion appeared mainly as stage dressing. But in recent decades, a steady stream of films have put religion, especially ultra-orthodox Judaism, in the foreground. Is this a mirror of Israeli society? Or just an excuse to discuss our favorit ...…
 
This week we welcome guests Martha Hanlon and Chris Williams from Wide Awake Business. Get insights into your business when you tune in live as Martha and Chris share their failure-to-success business experiences. More importantly, they identify effective strategies you can put to use immediately to easily, simply and more profitably redirect y ...…
 
Speaker(s): Ray Acheson, Dr Renata Dwan, Rebecca Johnson | Launching the Arts and Humanities Research Council research project, A Feminist International Law of Peace and Security, that asks how a feminist reading of International Law can further disarmament and promote sustainable peace, a panel of leading experts discuss the role of women and ...…
 
Friend of the pod and return guest Dan Karlin (of SooL Radio fame) joins us to discuss Showing vs. Telling in storytelling. Our homework: The Sopranos, The Hunger Games, and Asterios Polyp.
 
Israel's 2018 Democracy Index, an annual survey of the health of Israeli democracy, shows off the deepest contradictions in Israeli life. Tamar Hermann of the Israeli Democracy Institute explains why half the country thinks democracy is endangered but half do not, why the left-right divide is now seen as the most threatening division in Israeli ...…
 
The department is busy and you want to keep the flow running smoothly. It is easy to cut corners when it comes to imaging. After all, a radiologist will be reviewing those images. If you are lucky, those images will be read within minutes of them being taken. Why then, should you review those images that you ordered?…
 
"I did not want to take for granted relationships with my loved ones—a girlfriend, a friend, a family member, a patient. For them I needed to create a new perspective, one where n = 1 and where the one in front of me matters most." Resident Adam Weiner reflects on balancing time spent on work and time spent with those he loves in this episode. ...…
 
The historical reliability of the Gospels is discussed by Jesper Tang Nielsen and Michael Licona at the University of Copenhagen on November 9, 2018. For original YouTube video click here. Audio extracted and polished by www.christianaudiodebates.com
 
On the fifth episode of Canada’s premiere faith and conversation podcast, hosts Tommy Schnurmacher and Rabbi Avi Finegold find out why sex, love and passion have no expiration date with clinical psychologist, sex therapist and syndicated radio host Dr. Laurie Betito.Production by Andre GouletTechnical assistance from Ricochet MediaLogo by Desig ...…
 
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