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So many of us have been given bad answers to good questions -- questions about God, suffering, prayer, fate, science, justice, and more -- often by people with pure intentions. But we needn't stop with those pat answers. You have permission to take both Christianity and the modern world very seriously, and this podcast will introduce you to people from across the Christian spectrum engaging these timeless and difficult questions in various ways.
 
The Ziglar Show is about professional development for those working for something bigger than themselves. Join host Kevin Miller and renowned guests as they discuss business, sales, professional performance, faith, and the Zig Ziglar legacy of, “You can have everything in life you want, if you will just help enough other people get what they want.” | 51 million downloads along with Kevin Miller's "True Life" (health & wellness) and "Motive" (personal development) podcasts.
 
Welcome to Major League Rugby Kickoff . The official podcast of Major League Rugby hosted by Dan Power and Pete Steinberg. Bringing breaking news, exclusive guests, and high level analysis every week. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
We cannot wait to have you listen in with Tricia Reilly Koch and Doro Bush Koch. Health Gig is a free-form conversation between leaders, writers and experts about health and wellness. You can expect insightful conversations about health and wellness, as well as stories about the personal and professional journeys our guests have taken. This podcast brings engaging conversations in health and wellness to audiences around the world. Listen and find out why so many people are igniting their liv ...
 
The Learning Geeks podcast is dedicated to those that passionately support the world in experiencing better learning. The podcast is hosted by three learning professionals - Bob Gerard, Dana Koch, and Jake Gittleson. In each episode, we dedicate time to talk about the things impacting the learning world including new science, approaches, technologies, and ideas. Guests will appear, popular games and movies may be discussed, and geeks will laugh.
 
A Good Run Podcast offers pieces of political history as personally experienced by Dan Feldman, a New York State legislator between 1981 and 1998 and current public management professor at John Jay College. The series includes revealing encounters between Feldman and such legendary New York political figures as Ed Koch, Mario Cuomo and John Lindsay, as well as with figures still prominent in American politics. His two children, Asher and Leah, take turns interviewing Dan about topics recount ...
 
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The Christiano Brothers are some of our favorite directors. Their highly competent but no-frills style makes them the perfect auteurs to deliver a deadly serious Christian message about the dangers of sin and hell. But that doesn’t mean they can’t have a little fun! This comedy whodunit CRIME OF THE AGE shows the Brothers getting a little loose wit…
 
Dan Koch is the host of the You Have Permission Podcast, and has been the host of a number of other podcasts. He is a doctoral student in counseling psychology at Northwest University in Kirkland, Washington. Dan is also the co-creator of the website soyouredeconstructing.com. In this episode we covered a range of topics related to the state of Chr…
 
In today's episode Dr. Max and Dr. Troy discuss how they have approached filtering through the vast amount of information that can be found throughout social media platforms specific to rehabilitation. With all the information available it can be hard for students and clinicians to develop an understanding of how to filter through this information …
 
We've all heard the phrase "living well is the best revenge," but one of the most important and encouraging things I've learned over the past few years is that living well makes the most compelling case for change. If changing hearts and minds is your goal, you've got to show the other side how green the grass is where you're standing! Brad Harker …
 
I'm joined by Lillian Daniel and Tony Jones to play a kind of a podcast game with simple rules: we take turns going through some of the MOST and LEAST PLAUSIBLE Christian claims we were told growing up in the church. Sometimes funny, but more often insightful (especially coming from Tony and Lillian), this was a pleasure to record.Tony's site: http…
 
We think of comedians as people who are funny, however I feel the laugh is just a symptom of a deeper reality. They connected with our emotions. It’s one of the most impressive skills I’ve seen and in this episode I am joined by Michael Jr for the second time. He has a new book titled, “Funny How Life Works” but as we talked the headline that came …
 
A conversation on the ancient wisdom of Christian forgiveness, between Yale psychologist Laurie Santos (host, The Happiness Lab) and Miroslav Volf. Recently appearing on The Happiness Lab, Miroslav and Laurie discuss his older brother's tragic death as a child and his family's response to forgive. Miroslav reflects on the formative impact of these …
 
"The tears were always there. / You just didn’t recognize my face." Author, artist, and theologian Sarah Shin reads her poem "Beyond Invisible"—a response to the March 2021 Atlanta shootings that left six Asian women dead—a crescendo of increasing anti-Asian violence. Sarah's poem and her husband Shin Maeng's accompanying illustration ask the point…
 
Week 7 is over and the playoff picture in the West is setting up for the Giltinis. Their fitness, their quickness, their physicality, has made them the outright contender for the MLR Shield. But in the East, it's a tough division, it's unknown who will come out on top. But New York sits above the rest. Dan and Pete break down the performances from …
 
This week Trace Bell joins the show for an awesome conversation. We talk about a really helpful tool called Spiral Dynamics. The evolution of human consciousness is fascinating, and this tool when applied can help aid us in our spiritual journey and growth. Enjoy! RESOURCES: TraceBell.com Me, We, Everybody Part 1 Me, We, Everybody Part 2 Me, We, Ev…
 
During this time of pandemic I wanted to know where people were literally spending their hard earned dollars toward business growth. I asked the audience, “What have you spent money on to learn about business or grow your business in the last 24 months? Books, Courses, Seminars/Conferences, Coaching/Consulting, or anything else. There were many tes…
 
On this episode of Health Gig, our guest is the renowned health and wellness industry veteran Karen Thomson, author of “The Sugar Free Revolution,” pioneering work in the field of sugar and complex carb addiction. After battling addiction issues and receiving rehabilitation services, she realized there was a need for a support system for those batt…
 
Key Points Most athletes will likely be training with very basic, common exercises such as a barbell squat, deadlift variation, pushes, and pulls. These exercises may not always be the most “attractive”, but they serve to provide athletes with the physical qualities that they need to excel at their sport such as endurance, strength, movement capaci…
 
There were tons of decent people "in the ministry," as my church used to say, but there were always a few that made me raise an eyebrow. Once in a while, we would get a missionary, traveling singer, evangelist, etc. that would show up out of nowhere, give a presentation or performance, and pass the plate. Sometimes they were likable and seemed genu…
 
A working mom with two kids and writing a book. She hit burnout and needed a breakthrough. I'm back with Erica Dhawan who was with me in episode 883 to talk about digital body language, the title of her new book. She decided she wanted to be someone who woke up excited, so she made a new plan for her life. She changed her daily habits to allow for …
 
My guest is Robert Kunzman, managing Director of the International Center for Home Education Research. He is a professor at Indiana University, where he teaches courses in curriculum, pedagogy, and philosophy of education. His research explores the intersection of citizenship, religion, and education, with a particular focus on homeschooling. Liste…
 
In this episode I speak with Anatta Campbell who is the author of The Ordinary Buddha: Stories of Awakening. In her book she interviews individuals who have had spiritual awakening or enlightenment experiences, including the spiritual teachers Bryon Katie and Adyashanti. In our conversation we discuss what spiritual awakening is, her own spiritual …
 
Which is greater: action or contemplation? Which is more excellent and therefore more central and determinative in human flourishing? A life of action—focused outward in service of humanity and exterior, public, practiced love? Or a life of contemplation—focused inward in reflection and meditation and communion with God, a private, interior castle …
 
Subscribe today for access to our full catalog of bonus episodes, including 2+ new episodes every month! www.patreon.com/boysbiblestudy In our weirdest episode yet, the Boys and special guests Alec and Mary enact actual Masonic rituals in audio drama format, complete with ritual ambient music and sound effects meant to simulate participation in the…
 
On this episode of Health Gig we are diving into our Human Design charts with Nikki Brafman, Founder of the School of Manifestation & Host of The Bridge Work Podcast. Human Design combines four spiritual modalities, Chinese I Ching, the Hindu Brahman Chakra System, the Kabbalah, and astrology and then it adds scientific modalities as well, like qua…
 
This week Diana Butler Bass joined the show to help us rediscover Jesus. As you know, many people wrestle with disappointment and disillusionment in their church and its leadership when they try and fit Jesus into a box. Many Christians have left their churches but find that they cannot leave Jesus or their faith behind. Diana helps free us to embr…
 
“When you sit down in the morning to your work and feel a bit lacking, what do you do? Do you just push forward and slog it out or do you work on motivating yourself?” This is the question I posed to the Ziglar audience. Zig Ziglar was the Grandfather of motivation and in this show I play a three minute clip which includes his classic quote, “Peopl…
 
With week 6 wrapped up in the books and teams have settled. Dan and Pete look back on the performances and how they could have gotten them right or wrong. The Toronto Arrows show how hard the Eastern Conference is. The Gilgronis continued their longest winning streak in the history of the franchise by demolishing the back to back champion Seattle S…
 
Key Points Foundations Course Description The foundation course features 12-weeks of virtual, live presentations based on a progressive curriculum designed to cover all aspects of evidence-based athlete injury management. Permanent access to an ever-evolving shared folder will allow you to continue to learn and grow as a clinician even after comple…
 
Not many of you knew 22-year-old me, but trust me when I tell you that that guy was an idiot... albeit a loveable idiot. I'm sure we all look back on former versions of ourselves and wince, a little. Fortunately, not many of us had a platform to promote those beliefs, but imagine if you did. How well would those ideas age? Think you'd regret some o…
 
I had the immense privilege of speaking with Dr. Lisa Oakley, one of the leading researchers in the field of spiritual abuse. We talk about many aspects of SA, and then we move on to some of her newer research, focused on healthy communities in which such abuse does not thrive.World Relief Refugee petition: https://worldrelief.org/petition/Lisa’s 3…
 
I have a wake up call for you. It sure woke me up. We all have a digital personality and we don’t realize it. We look at text, email, and even video such as zoom as communication tools. But as Erica Dhawan tells us in this episode, over 70% of our business communication is electronic instead of face to face. So 70% of our relationships are formed d…
 
We turn our eyes away from the word of God in order to taste the sinful delights of the secular realm by watching HELLRAISER III: HELL ON EARTH (1992). This almost-Christian movie warns us against the pursuit of pleasure by portraying sex, rock and roll, television, and art as gateways to the demonic. Pinhead is back, looking better than ever, and …
 
"Kumain ka na ba?”—Have you eaten yet? (Tagalog) This beautiful phrase of welcome and care and intimacy evokes and offers more than just the pleasure and nourishment of a meal. It calls out to the hunger, the thirst, and the need for love that we can greet in one another. David de Leon joins Matt Croasmun for a discussion of hospitality and solidar…
 
Welcome to the inaugural episode of a brand new series called Friday Fellowship! These shows will be a little less focused, and a little more light-hearted, and a chance for you to meet some of our old friends like this week's guest, Jess O'Neil! Jesse is an old friend of Sam's, a former roommate/bandmate of Casey's, and guitarist for melodic hardc…
 
With the limited run up to the season due to various constraints, Dan and Pete knew that the first five weeks of the season would have a "pre-season flair" to them. Now as every side has had the chance to get into Rugby shape we're starting to know some things about where the 2021 season is going. Patrick Parfrey, Canadian International, and PhD Ca…
 
What was once old is new again – which is why we are discussing Cognitive Apprenticeship with Lisa Christensen, Director of Learning and Development at McKinsey & Company. Jake and Lisa completed a study last year to learn how Covid-19 has impacted learning through apprenticeship. As a result, Lisa went deeper into the field of Cognitive Apprentice…
 
Guest Info/Bio: This week I welcome the Rev. Dr. Miguel A. De La Torre! He is a professor, author, scholar, and activist who is currently Professor of Social Ethics and Latinx Studies at the Iliff School of Theology in Denver, Colorado. He has served as the elected 2012 President of the Society of Christian Ethics and served as the Executive Office…
 
Have you ever heard this? “The hard work of positive thinking.” Zig Ziglar was the royal king of positive thinking and I play a clip where he shares its power in our lives, but also the reality that it won’t enable you to do anything. To take it further, I asked our audience, this question, “Do you feel someone is either inherently positive and hop…
 
It's not every day that you get to sit down and talk with a living legend. This week Josh had the privilege of being joined by Dr. John B. Cobb. John Cobb is a theologian, philosopher, and environmentalist. Cobb is often regarded as the preeminent scholar in the field of process philosophy and theology. We cover a variety of things from interfaith …
 
On this episode of Health Gig we are excited to share another part of our Powered by Paragon series. Here, we dive into the world of sexual health and wellness and how it relates to our overall well being. Our guest is Dr. Amy Killen, an anti-aging and regenerative medicine physician who specializes in aesthetics and sexual medicine. Dr. Killen is …
 
Lot of us grew up with Christian rock, but how many people can say they grew up in Christian rock? Well, our guest this week certainly did! Michael Sweet Jr's dad is the lead singer of legendary faith-based hair metal band, Stryper. In the 80's, they were an enigma. They were the first overtly Christian band to gain mainstream acceptance, with one …
 
We all have patterns in which we interpret and therefore respond to the world. This positively and negatively influences every relationship in our lives. The relationship with ourselves (self-image), with others, and with our spiritual faith. Beth McCord is a renowned expert in the Enneagram, which is a map for self-discovery and personal growth ba…
 
In the first of what I hope are many conversations with those more conservative than myself about progressive Christianity, Brad Jones shares his worries and concerns, both personal and theological. This is a very open, frank, kind, and curious conversation between two people who agree on a good chunk of things but also disagree on a lot. I really …
 
This surprisingly reverent softcore porn with Christian themes presents three erotic, avant-garde vignettes based on Bible stories. Director Wakefield Poole, known for his hardcore gay sex films that did well at box offices during the heyday of big budget sex films in the early 1970s, tried to appeal to a more mainstream midnight movie audience wit…
 
In week four of the 2021 season, things started to shake out. Coaches made key selections that drove the performance of their sides. The Professor discusses selections in his tactics session and how important those decisions were. Teams that needed wins to right the ship and get back on course did so. Whilst others still had questions. Dan Hollinsh…
 
Subscribe today for access to our full catalog of bonus episodes, including 2+ new episodes every month! www.patreon.com/boysbiblestudy In part 8 of Rev. Beverly Dale's Christian sex ed. web series SEX IS GOOD, she introduces a segment on kink by changing from her clerical clothing into a fetish outfit with a low-cut top, long gloves, and a riding …
 
This week Dr. John Haught joins us for a fun conversation about his book "The New Cosmic Story: Inside Our Awakening Universe". Over the past two centuries, scientific advances have made it clear that the universe is a story still unfolding. He contends that many have overlooked a crucial aspect of cosmic history: the drama of life’s awakening to i…
 
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