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I podcasten Tack Sverige berättar Sveriges största idrottsprofiler sin historia. Vi vill ta reda på mer om personerna bakom alla svenska medaljer och vad som brukar kallas för "det svenska idrottsundret". Svensk idrott är unik, men vad är det som gör Sverige så framgångsrika? Varje vecka, varje tisdag, med en ny idrottsprofil. Premiär tisdag 17/11 2015. www.tacksverige.nu
 
Interfaith conversations deconstructing traditional religious beliefs. A former Orthodox Jew and a Spanish-raised Catholic join forces to fight spiritual violence. Our nuanced conversations with queer revolutionaries will give you the tools to tear apart binaries and live a meaningful life. Recent guests include Arlan Hamilton, Mary Lambert, Sushant Divgikar, Rev. Troy Perry, Ryan Cassata & Senator Weinberg.
 
We exist to help people do a better job asking and answering life’s big questions. We use the sciences to accelerate excellent contributions from Christians to life’s biggest questions. Season 1 comes from our TheoPsych initiative, which explores what new insights concerning human nature may be discovered when theology and psychological science are brought together? TheoPsych is an initiative that supports science-engaged theology, to discover how psychological science could help serve our t ...
 
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Joshua Cockayne is a young theologian and minister, and Gideon Salter is an early career developmental psychologist--and together they make a great team. They've partnered together for projects on liturgy, the Lord's Supper, and gratitude, hoping to help the church have a richer understanding of these things using psychology as a tool. blueprint154…
 
Dr. Ian Church does fascinating work in philosophy of religion. He is championing the *experimental* philosophy of religion, wherein experiments in the psychological sciences are being designed to test premises within philosophy of religion arguments. We also talk about his own anxiety around cognitive biases and what to do about them when you're t…
 
On this final episode of The Nuanced Series, your hosts look back on the lessons learned throughout this season. From listening to others perspectives to giving ourselves permission to think differently, Melissa and Pelayo discuss how to engage in difficult yet meaningful conversations. Thank you all so much for listening. The Forbidden Apple Podca…
 
Dr. Joanna Leidenhag (University of Leeds) is a theological rockstar. She is a master of science-integrated theology, and our conversation zig-zagged through her experiences *teaching* religion and science courses, to what the church can learn by centering neurodiverse folks, to ideas around what it means that humans are made in the image of God. b…
 
Theologian, philosopher, and all-around good guy, Jonathan Rutledge is great at connecting the dots in between ideas. We had a frank conversation about what drives his research, strengths and weaknesses of the analytic theology movement, how he's drawing on the science of forgiveness for his theological projects. blueprint1543.org theopsych.com…
 
Dr. Scott Harrower is an Australian theologian, who spent a large part of his youth in South America. Getting an undergraduate degree in the sciences, and being keenly aware of how trauma affects the human person, Scott knew engaging the sciences in his pastoral and theological work was a necessary component. The result is a sensitive and thoughtfu…
 
Drs. Edman and Penner are both interested in big questions... questions so big you need at least 3 disciplines to work on answers. If you're interested in cross-disciplinary collaborations, this is an excellent conversation to listen to how it can be done, and why! blueprint1543.org theopsych.comBy Blueprint 1543
 
Kutter Callaway is a theology professor with a passion for how theological ideas interact with the arts and culture. He found himself frequently consulting the psychological sciences to find exactly what is happening when humans interact with art and the world--so he went and got himself a second PhD (as one does). In this conversation, we explore …
 
In this weeks episode we Dani Peleva joining us, She is a managing director at the local frame, which is a marketing agency based in London. Dani has more than 10 years of experience in online marketing and SEO, from managing start-up “Fantastic Services’”, to launching new services and working with clients for Local Fame. Dani is heavily experienc…
 
Singer/songwriter Grace Semler Baldridge shares with us their journey from being a preacher's kid to charting on Christian music charts as an openly queer artist. Grace shares how they deconstructed and reconstructed their faith coming out stronger on the other side with a deeper and more connected spirituality. We discuss music, inspiration and re…
 
Melissa sits down with Rabbi James, Director of social justice programming at CBST to discuss being a queer liberal Jew in 2021. We discuss how it may seem at odds to stand up for more than one people's pain and our steadfast belief that all people should be free and live safely without fear. We discuss the harmful stereotypes about the Jewish peop…
 
Melissa and Pelayo discuss 2021 Pride and the decision of the organization that runs New York’s Pride to ban cops from the parade. Do you feel safer without cops at the pride parade? We wanna hear from our community so let us know your thoughts on this via our Instagram @theforbiddenapplepodcast or email info@theforbiddenapplepodcast.com Sink your …
 
On this weeks episode, joining us we have Alex Edmans professor of finance at London Business School and the current Mercers' School Memorial Professor of Business at Gresham College. Alex graduated from Oxford University and then worked for Morgan Stanley in investment banking (London) and fixed income sales and trading (New York). After a PhD in …
 
What if the word homosexual was never meant to be in the bible? Sharon Rocky Roggio, producer and director of the documentary film 1946 joins us to discuss the film that chronicles how the misuse of a single word changed the course of modern history. Rocky also shares her personal struggle and her complex relationship with her dad, a conservative p…
 
In this episode, we host Katie Yang who is a Business Planning Analyst at Tesla. Katie has also worked in the consulting industry for firms like Deloitte and she is a recent graduate from the University of Michigan where she studied Biomolecular Science and Business Administration. Katie talks about her zest for the sciences and how she was on rout…
 
Penny Cost, a drag queen in the process of getting ordained by the Methodist Church, shares how her ordination has caused “chaos” in the church. While she has received support from her church she has also received backlash from conservative Methodists. Penny wants to use drag and carnivalesque performance to transform the church into a more accepti…
 
Melekot Abate is a Private Equity Senior Associate in the health care sector at Goldman Sachs. Mr. Abate is a Princeton graduate who has worked for the likes of Google, and Mckinsey & Co. In the episode, Mr. Abate tells us about his upbringing in Yemen, and Ethiopia, and his undergraduate experience at Princeton, which led him to work at Mckinsey. …
 
In this week's episode, we have Mr. Estevão the Global Director of the World Bank Macroeconomics, Trade, and Investment group. Mr. Estevao has worked for the Ministry of Finance in Brazil, the new development bank (Shanghai), the International Monetary Fund (IMF), and Tudor Investment Corporation. Estevão is Brazilian, holds a Ph.D. in Economics fr…
 
Ross Murray from GLAAD, Yass, Jesus! podcast and the Naming Project is back on the pod! His new book ”Made, Known, Loved” shows congregations how to create a program that affirms LGBTQ youth. How can we transform religious spaces into more welcoming environments and guide future leaders? Listen to find out! Order this important book. Find it anywhe…
 
On this week's episode of the BLK podcast, we are joined by the CEO and CO-founder of BLK capital management. Angel is a senior at Harvard College studying Economics with a secondary in Psychology and Computer Science. He is also the Founder and CEO of Zuvy, an iOS app that allows college students to get paid for freelance work on their campus, and…
 
On this episode of the BLK Podcast, we are joined by Gerry O'Reilly, who is a portfolio manager at Vanguard. We have an extremely intriguing conversation on bubbles within the market, a vanguard mindset of investing, how teenagers and young adults should start investing. Mr. O’Reilly elaborates on the functionalities of ETFs and Vanguard's role in …
 
Today are joined by our favorite comedian Carolyn Bergier host of the podcast "Dyking Out". We discuss all things comedy: The limits, the pitfalls, and how smart comedy can be used for social change. Carolyn breaks down how to broach difficult topics with humor. Listen for a good time and expert advice. www.theforbiddenapplepodcast.com www.patreon.…
 
Building A Better Future for Tomorrow: features the current president of BLK Captial management, a 100% black-owned and student-run hedge fund, Seven Richmond. In this episode, Mr. Richmond talks about his affinity for learning languages (Mr.Richmond currently speaks 5 languages), Chess, and naturally finance. Mr. Richmond shares his experience whi…
 
Pelayo brings you a rant on the Catholic Church statement on same-sex unions and their impossibility to bless them. An answer to their "unjust discriminations" and being "unable to bless sin". This statement comes shortly after Pope Francis mentioning homosexuals are children of God and have a right to a family, If you have enjoyed this feel free t…
 
Your hosts are joined by Rev. Liz Edman, queer priest, and author of “Queer Virtue”, to discuss the latest statement from the Vatican on Same-sex Unions. We talk about the let down many of us feel about this statement and the need to unite to continue the fight. Liz explains the cycle of reformation of religious institutions every 500 years and sha…
 
Continuing with our "nuanced series" we discuss how to build your own spiritual toolbox.' Your hosts Pelayo and Melissa unpack the difference between appropriation vs appreciation. The question of the hour is " how do we learn from others and apply it in a respectful way to our lives? We look forward to hearing your thoughts! Remember to leave us a…
 
Melissa and Pelayo talk about the phenomenon of the “ex-gay’ and the effects it has on LGBTQ+ community. Can we live our truth without judging others or does our truth affect our humanity as a whole? How do we have nuanced conversations around things we are ideologically opposed to? We discuss this and more in this episode. More questions than answ…
 
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