Best Assyrian podcasts we could find (Updated April 2019)
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Assyrian Podcast
Weekly
 
Dive deep into the soul of Assyria. Interviews with influential Assyrians from around the globe.
 
The only psychiatrist in New Britain, Connecticut, collected 124 local stories of suicide from 1941 to 1948. Fifty years later, his grandson discovered them, studied them and researched the people in those stories, how they lived and what they left behind. These are stories of the human struggles of forgotten people, and together they create a social history of the city and a fractured snapshot of a world at war. Sound and music by Wilson Vediner and Courtney Sheedy (both of the bands Months ...
 
Assyrian Sermons from the Assyrian Church of the East, Archdiocese of Australia and New Zealand
 
This is the History of the World podcast!!! The incredible story of the human history of the world. Come and join us on this incredible journey!
 
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Head On History
Monthly+
 
Bringing sexy back to nerddom
 
Brian Dillman, Brian Kissell, and the Barker Brothers (That is a lot of “B’s.”) bring you the best podcast in the Mormon Blabbernacle. Those unfamiliar with the Mormon Bloggernacle may not know that Rational Faiths is a blog started by the three Barker brothers who would often engage in private e-mails and phone calls with each other and their friends about Mormonism. The three decided it would be more fun to create a blog where all their friends and family could get together and hammer out ...
 
The children of Israel suffered under many captivities. Ten tribes were taken away during the Assyrian Empire, never to be seen again. These are the so called lost tribes of Israel. The ones that remained, of the tribes of Judah, Benjamin, and Levi were occupied by foreign nations and by many captivities. They were finally taken away under the Roman Empire after Jerusalem was destroyed in AD 70. What happened to the children of the promise? They were taken captive by their enemies and sold i ...
 
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Testimony Podcast
Monthly
 
A history podcast about how communities bear witness to the past to give meaning for their present reality and educate for the future.
 
The Department of Human Services SoundCloud provides the public with information about its payments and services, as well as important updates. It has a particular focus on information in your language.
 
Voice from the East is the official radio program of the Holy Aposotlic Catholic Assyrian Church of the East, Diocese of Australia and New Zealand. It’s broadcasted live every Monday from 6pm to 8pm on 89.3 2GLF FM.
 
Life Unraveled Podcast.
 
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Voice of the Youth
Rare
 
Voice of the Youth Radio Program
 
Donald Alexander Mackenzie (1873 – March 2, 1936) was a Scottish journalist and prolific writer on religion, mythology and anthropology in the early 20th century. His works included Indian Myth and Legend, Celtic Folklore and Myths of China and Japan. As well as writing books, articles and poems, he often gave lectures, and also broadcast talks on Celtic mythology. This volume deals with the myths and legends of Babylonia and Assyria, and as these reflect the civilization in which they devel ...
 
The Prayer of Manasses is supposed to have been the prayer of Manasses King of Judah when he repented from his idolatrous ways when he was held captive by the Assyrians in Babylon. Manasseh’s evil ways are recorded in 2 Kings 21:1-18, and the account of his repentance is recorded in 2 Chronicles 33:10-17. The Prayer of Manasses is held to be a deuterocanonical book by many Christians and is held to be Apocryphal by others. This reading is from the Holy Bible, King James Version 1611 which co ...
 
Through the centuries, the world has been witness to an unbroken trail of heroes--men and women who braved privation, danger, and death to bring the light of Jesus Christ to the darkest corners of the earth. Some are well known, others long forgotten, but all belong to the same indomitable band of torch-bearers. Join a few of these heroes as they face cannibals, battle slave traders, and care for sick enemies, always with one mission at the forefront--to serve their Lord and bring others int ...
 
What role does religion play in the lives of entertainers, politicians and others in the public eye? What’s shaped their faith? Every week Chicago Sun-Times reporter Robert Herguth explores those questions in “Face to Faith.”
 
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Episode 60 - Dr. Robby Edo is the founder of Rinyo Inc. You’ve likely heards the songs of Rinyo Toons on YouTube, filling the ears and mind of a child nearby with the sounds of our language in both dialects. Find out how the creative process behind Rinyo works, the inspiration behind it, and what you can expect to see and hear from them in the ...…
 
2040 - 1640 BCE - A new kingdom emerges in the Egyptian lands, but things are slightly different this time, with the Pharaohs needing to build their reputation by displaying those strong leadership qualities that are needed to keep the Egyptian society bonded together.
 
Episode 59 - On this episode we meet Eidit Choochage!@eidit_live2align She is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) with over 12 years of experience working in the mental health field. She received a B.A. in Psychology from California State University, Northridge and Master's in Social Work (MSW) from the University of Southern California. S ...…
 
3150 - 2134 BCE - From the unification of the Egyptian kingdom through its journey through great prosperity and a golden age of pyramid building, right through to its subsequent fall towards the end of the third millennium BCE.
 
Episode 58 - Assyrian Advisors is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping young Assyrians achieve their academic and professional goals by matching them with top Assyrian talent in their field, free of charge. In this episode you’ll hear from two of the three founders, Bruneil & Nahrin Chamaki, as they discuss the organization’s inceptio ...…
 
3000 - 700 BCE - We walk together through the entire journey of Mesopotamia, eastern Anatolia and the Levant during the two thousand year plus ancient era of the Near East.
 
Does anyone else out there in Mormondom have whiplash from the recent change in policy, I mean recent revelation changing a revelation from almost four years ago regarding LGBTQ Mormons and their children? – Laura and Miguel discuss yesterday’s policy revelation
 
Episode 57 - Mark Elisha, who was diagnosed with MS at the age of 24. Born and raised in Dubai, Mark’s family moved to Australia after his diagnosis to seek the best possible course of treatment for him. Mark is an advocate for people with MS and is involved with a peer support group that helps Australians with MS find others who have the same ...…
 
1200 - 516 BCE - Digging deeper into the spiritual side of the geographical area which gave birth to Judaism and how polytheism turned into monotheism. We try to uncover the true identity of God.
 
Episode 56 - John Alamshaw is a retired lieutenant of the Las Vegas police department and a retired private investigator. He tells us about his career in law enforcement and how he became the hero of the national bestselling book by John Huddy called “Storming Las Vegas: How a Cuban-Born, Soviet-Trained Commando Took Down the Strip to the Tune ...…
 
Does the church really protect predators and enable abusers? What happens when a victim pursues legal action or justice from the church or those associated with the church? Are there patterns of practice that take place within the litigation process with the church or the church’s attorneys? What are some of the tactics used by attorney’s for t ...…
 
1200 - 264 BCE - The expert Mediterranean traders that the Greeks called the Phoenicians, who established the important colony of Carthage, the principal centre of Phoenician politics.
 
In this special we cover the history of Islamophobia and the way it intersects with other forms of bigotry like antisemitism and its connection with Orientalism. We try to put the tragedy of the Christchuch, New Zealand shooting into a broader context by examining the discourse on Muslims. We start by examining Orientalism and its imagining of ...…
 
Episode 55 - Malek Younan has been recognized as 2018’s number one residential real estate agent in Australia. This is a massive accomplishment, considering Malek was up against more than 53,000 other real estate agents across the country! Most recently, Malek’s accomplishments also saw him become director of his own agency. Find out what drive ...…
 
701 BCE - Assyria under the rule of Sennacherib needed to subjugate the Kingdom of Judah under the rule of Hezekiah. Sennacherib wanted the Judean capital city of Jerusalem, but first he would need to take the city of Lachish.
 
Episode 54: Ever since she was a child herself, Mona Antwan has spoken up for other children. In 2017 she took another step toward her calling by establishing Mindfulness Leader. Currently a High School elective in Chicago, the program teaches students the art of mindfulness, to help students achieve a clear, and positive mindset. You can learn ...…
 
2000 - 610 BCE - The incredible story of an empire that survived the Late Bronze Age Collapse and then dominated the Near East like no other before, with iron age technology and an aggressive foreign policy.
 
In our final episode of the season, we wrap up our theme of Empires of Faith. We start out with some shout outs and then present a brief timeline of the Roman and Byzantine Empire. We discuss the Romanization of Christianity and the Christianization of the Roman Empire. We talk about Constantine with the imperial intervention into theology thro ...…
 
Episode 53 - Maryam Shamalta is an Assyrian media personality and the founder of Shamiram Media, LLC: an independent Assyria media platform and video production company dedicated to promoting and preserving Assyrian heritage in diaspora and in Assyria. In this episode you’ll learn about Maryam’s life growing up in Iran and the Netherlands, how ...…
 
1200 - 1050 BCE - All of the societies of the Near East either weakened considerably or disappeared altogether. What could have possibly happened to cause this dramatic turn of events?
 
In this episode we explore the history of Israelite religion under Hellenism and the Roman empire. We examine the ways in which Judeans responded to, absorbed, and resisted Hellenic culture resulting in messianic movements, the Sadducee sect, Pharisee sect, and Essene sect. We investigate the cosmopolitan culture of Judea under the Seleucid Emp ...…
 
Episode 52 - Adessa Kiryakos is the co-founder of the Assyrian Podcast and serves on the board of the Bet Nahrain Assyrian Heritage Centre. In this episode you’ll learn about her educational journey and how it led to her relocation and career path, her love for music, and how her journey to Bet Nahrain changed the course of her life in more way ...…
 
1700 - 1200 BCE - The first Indo-Europeans documented arrived in Anatolia and completely changed the face of the Near East, even going toe to toe with the mighty Egyptians, as well as the revived Assyrians.
 
In this episode we explore Roman religion and how it was shaped by the empire. We begin with a brief chronology of Roman history from its early days through the republic until the empire. We sketch out the structure of Roman society and some of the features of it’s politics. We spend the bulk of our time examining Roman religion, cults, and the ...…
 
This is John's third appearance on the podcast!
 
Since 2012, Rational Faiths has been actively administered, managed, financed, and edited by the Barker brothers who built the blog and its community from the ground up. During that time Rational Faiths published nearly 2,000 blog posts from more than one hundred different permabloggers, authors, and contributors. Over the last three years, Rat ...…
 
Episode 51 - Steve Netniss is the founder of the Assyrian Podcast and the author of, “Potential: The Assyrian Quest for Identity: What Does It Mean to Be an Assyrian from a Christian Perspective?”. He currently resides in the Bay Area, California and works as a technology specialist. In this episode you will learn about life growing up in Turlo ...…
 
1900 - 1595 BCE - Semitic speakers from the west had established their own kingdoms throughout Mesopotamia. The Babylonians became the most powerful of the first half of the second millennium BCE especially under the lawmaker king, Hammurabi.
 
This episode provides a brief sketch of the history of the Greeks. We start with a short discussion on the Minoans and the Mycenaean invasion. We talk about the emergence of a common culture within Homer’s epic of the Iliad and Odyssey while noting that “Greek” was a single, unified people, but rather autonomous and warring city-states that sha ...…
 
How did the Assyrian Podcast get started? What are we about? Find out on this episode as we tell the story of the first year of the Assyrian Podcast. We’ll learn from our co-founders, Steve & Adessa, how this thing got started, where it went, and where it will go. Thank you to everyone who has been apart of this amazing journey. It has been a b ...…
 
3000 - 2000 BCE - The fascinating rise and fall of this iconic Sumerian city-state and a look at the incredible work of Sir Leonard Woolley.
 
In this episode we pick up with the Babylonian Captivity. We discuss the rise of Cyrus the Great and the Achaemenid empire. We examine the origins of the Persians and their consolidation into an empire that conquers the Neo-Babylonians. We talk about the policy of religious pluralism instituted by Cyrus the Great and its links to Zoroastrianism ...…
 
Episode 49 - Brother Awgin is one of the first monks of the Assyrian Church of the East since over 700 years ago. Brother Awgin resides in Phoenix, AZ where his monastic life at St. Peter’s Sub-committee Charity Missionary and Education Center includes prayers, woodwork projects, meditation, fasting, discipleship, ministry, refugee assistance, ...…
 
Why is the NFL so blind to its racism? Why all the hub-but about the Super Bowl’s halftime show? These Questions and more are discussed in this episode of The Racism 101 Podcast Please send Dr. LaShawn a question to answer by filling out the from below Dr. LaShawn Williams and Miguel Barker Valdez [contact-form-7]…
 
2300 - 2083 BCE - Sargon the Great conquered Sumer and extended what some refer to as the first Empire. This is the story of the earliest known civilised Semitic speakers.
 
In this episode we examine the complexities of ancient Israelite religion by placing it within the historical context. We put forth theories about the origins of the religions while situating it within the broader ancient near east and Mediterranean religious traditions. We talk about the establishment of temple religion and the historical expe ...…
 
Episode 48 - Dr. Mariana Markos is an Assyrian Artist and Dentist who is originally from Ankawa but is currently living in Bonn Her family left Iraq because of the political situation and has been living in Germany since 1997. For her, both Dentistry and Painting, are forms of Art. Especially the destruction of ancient Assyrian artifact inspire ...…
 
3000 - 2340 BCE - The first known civilisation of Mesopotamia. Separating fact from myth within the first cuneiform writings, and the Sumerian conquest and decline.
 
Today we discuss the rise of the Assyrian empire. From the Old Assyrian Empire to the Neo Assyrians we discuss how the technological developments of the Iron Age radically transformed the empire-building powers of the ancient world and the ways it impacted the religious ideologies of the Assyrians. We dissect the militaristic culture and its co ...…
 
Join Lesley, Sabra and Miguel as they offer their own points of view on several issues that have impacted us this past week. We explore all the ethics in this episode! Everything from Gillette to NewNameNoah to R. Kelly and even Normandy. Say what? Listen in on our lively discussion and debate. Why is there a backlash against Gillette’s new mar ...…
 
Alexander Paul David – Has been an active member of the Assyrian Democratic Movement (Zowaa) since 2009. He is the Illinois Sector Director of the Movement, and participated in the 8th conference of the Assyrian Democratic Movement, which took place on March 2017 in Dohuk, Iraq. He is a Co-Founder and Board Member of the Nineveh Plain Defense F ...…
 
We take a brief look at the unignorable prehistoric cave art of Lascaux and why it could have been created.
 
In this episode we dive into the world of ancient Egypt. We start with a discussion on religion in the ancient world and the difference between our modern assumptions of religion. We discuss the impact of the Nile as a stable irrigation system on Egyptian society and religion. We compare and contrast the Pharaohs with the Mesopotamian counterpa ...…
 
Episode 46 - Kathryn Pauline, of Cardamom and Tea, is a world-renowned food blogger. Her blog was a 2018 finalist for Saveur’s Best Food and Culture Blog award and was featured on Amsterdam Diary’s Top 20 Up and Coming Food Blogs in 2018. In this episode you will learn about Kathryn’s life in Hong Kong and how her passion for baking and cooking ...…
 
This is about my friend Eric Geyer, who died in his sleep a year ago. (Eric was the voice of Albert Kayeski in Episode 2.) For information about the Eric Geyer Memorial Scholarship Fund, please visit http://www.tilfoundation.org/donate/become-a-donor/eric-geyer-memorial-scholarship/
 
We take a brief but closer look at some of the diverse theories relating to the construction and meaning of Göbekli Tepe.
 
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