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Whether it's about nuclear war, living forever, or tripping balls on LSD, host Zach Grossfeld speaks with creatives, athletes, scientists, and others who do dope shit and want to tell their story. Past guests include FINNEAS (Music Artist, Songwriter), Mark Normand (comedian), Aubrey de Grey (Longevity Scientist), Eben Britton (NFL, Psychonaut), Andy Weir (The Martian, Project Hail Mary), Brian Toon (Nuclear War Expert), Coleman Hughes (Racial Issues), Ryan Serhant (Sell It Like Serhant), Ta ...
 
Health news that you can use with New York Times Best-Selling Author and Fitness Titan, Kathy Smith. Listen up if you want the most up-to-date and accurate information on fitness, longevity, health, aging and motivation. Each show consists of the biggest stories in health as well as new breakthrough techniques to live a healthier, more vibrant life. You'll feel like you're part of the conversation as Kathy gets real on The Art of Aging!
 
Most people discover bodybuilding for the first time by word of mouth. Many competitors often make preventable mistakes from working with unqualified coaches, listening to industry bias, and following the crowd with the latest industry trends. How about the taboo topics that get swept under the rug and the people who suffer in silence too? To add to the confusion there are many federations and many divisions to choose from and they are all different. It’s time to remove veil and consolidate ...
 
Troy Payne The authority on NIBLETT a soft and deep tissue massage is As The Authority on "THE NIBLETT THECHNIQUE" he has had a lot of experience in life and the industry. With 15 years experience 8 or which were with the Founder Mr Allan Niblett. Over 1000's of people helped and several students taught. Successful Practices on the Sunshine Coast , Nossa and Moura. The demand is so high he was even booked out with in 2 days from a Facebook post on his trip to Melbourne. Become excited to hea ...
 
Your world is evolving—find out how with Carter Phipps, co-author of the Wall St. Journal bestseller Conscious Leadership. He’s an optimist, a generalist, and an integrative thinker. Now he has an excuse for his insatiable book-buying habit—a show that explores the movements, trends, people, and ideas that are shaping the future. Phipps is also author of Evolutionaries, and cofounder of the Institute for Cultural Evolution. Through in-depth interviews and occasional rants and reflections, th ...
 
The podcast of the Association for Critical and Interdisciplinary Thinking (ACIT). Join our mailing list to keep up to date with everything important (one mail per month, no spamming!): https://mailchi.mp/0346443b6ddf/acit-global-signup This podcast is to provide a glimpse into the life of scientists: to learn about the ideas they are passionate about, to find out what gets them out of bed every day to face the challenges and frustrations of working at the frontier to the unknown, and to sha ...
 
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On Friday, according to the Catholic News Agency, “San Francisco Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone instructed House Speaker Nancy Pelosi not to present herself for Holy Communion until she publicly repudiates her support for abortion.” On Monday, Whoopi Goldberg told the archbishop via her audience on The View, “This is not your job, dude. That is no…
 
On the YouTube channel “Lutheran Satire,” there’s a video entitled, “A Christian and a Feminist Almost Agree on Stuff.” In it, two sock puppets discuss the cultural breakdown of sexuality and marriage and how pornography plagues both. “Pornography harms women,” says the feminist sock puppet. “Totally agree,” says the Christian puppet. “Pornography …
 
The day after a mass shooting in a New York supermarket left 10 people dead, a 68-year-old opened fire on parishioners at a Taiwanese Presbyterian church in southern California. He killed one and injured five before parishioners subdued and tied him up. The man killed in the attack authorities are calling “hate-filled” was 52-year-old Dr. John Chen…
 
Last Saturday, the country was left grappling with another reminder of human depravity. An 18-year-old gunman entered a supermarket in Buffalo, New York, killing 10 and injuring three more. The victims, who were predominantly black, included Heyward Patterson, a local church deacon; Pearl Young, a retired school teacher; and Aaron Salter, a retired…
 
John and Maria unpack the web of the recent shootings in Buffalo, New York and California. Rather than rest on the narratives, John provides a helpful way to consider the landscape and the underlying ideas that many are glossing over. Then, Maria asks John for perspective on some social media traffic around the recent Sports Illustrated Swimsuit ed…
 
Can we stand for truth without becoming jaded? G.K. Chesterton, in his 1908 book Orthodoxy, describes how when he was a boy, many told him that his ideals would eventually “break up like clouds” and that he’d be forced to put his real faith in simple, practical politics. He writes: What has really happened is exactly the opposite. … I have not lost…
 
A recent opinion column made quite a splash. In it, the author observed: In every other situation common to the human experience—eating, drinking, exercise, even email—we have come to realize that limits produce healthier results. It’s unlikely that sex and relationships are exceptions to the rule. An unrestrained sexual culture hasn’t necessarily …
 
“Religion, not gender,” the Economist reports, “is the best predictor of views on abortion.” The editors continue: Shocked by a draft Supreme Court opinion that would allow states to ban abortion…. some [activists] hope that women enraged by the loss of Roe v Wade will vote en masse for Democrats in November. But, they argue, that hope is misplaced…
 
After the invasion of Ukraine, what should be done with Russian art? According to Simon Morrison in a recent The Washington Post article, Vladimir Putin’s war against Ukraine has prompted a global push to disavow all things Russian: Music providers like Sony are suspending their Russian operations. … The Royal Opera House in London scrapped a summe…
 
This episode is part of the special series on Un-Retirement. Damion Lupo is a bestselling author in personal finance and money thinking, host of the Financial Underdogs podcast, owner of 30+ companies, and founder of his own martial art – Yokido®. If there was one thing I remembered about our conversation, it was that Damion explained why he hated …
 
John and Shane consider how to support families who have children wrestling with gender identity. A listener writes in asking for ideas, as some in his own family are navigating gender dysphoria. Then, Shane asks John for a way to think well on manhood and womanhood, noting the natural gender breaks with speakers like Jordan Peterson.…
 
BONUS EPISODES & PREMIUM ACCESS: https://auxoro.supercast.com/ Jeff Appel is a Strength & Conditioning Specialist, my former Strength Coach at the University of Richmond, and the Co-Founder of BIG BOE Strength. At BIG BOE, Coaches Appel and Strawser use over 30 years of combined experience in the weight room to bring you personalized template progr…
 
Imagine if giving money in support of a group that protects religious liberty, crafts pro-life legislation, or teaches a biblical view of sexuality or marriage meant that your name and the amount of your contribution would be publicly available. Anyone, including anyone who hoped to intimidate, harass, or “out you” to your employer, would have acce…
 
A bizarre talking point circulating in the wake of the Supreme Court leak in the Dobbs case is that if Roe v. Wade is overturned, women who suffer miscarriages could be criminally charged in states that restrict abortion. The rumor apparently stems from a handful of stories involving women who’ve been charged for the death of their preborn babies a…
 
Last week at our annual Wilberforce Weekend conference, we held a pre-event on Thursday evening to discuss what it means to prepare for a post-Roe future. The presentations were exceptional across the board. Today, I want you to hear from my friend Stephanie Gray Connors. She responded throughout the evening to various slogans used in our culture t…
 
Chuck Colson lived a redeemed life. This past weekend we celebrated the redeeming work of Christ in our lives and the lives of those who have come before us. One of the redemption stories we highlighted was Chuck Colson's, and today on the BreakPoint Podcast we share Chuck's story, as told by him, of how Christ saved him not only from something, bu…
 
Recently, Stanford Center on Longevity announced a project called the “New Map of Life.” “In the United States,” the authors write, “as many as half of today’s 5-year-olds can expect to live to the age of 100, and this once unattainable milestone may become the norm for newborns by 2050.” The problem, the authors admit, is that we don’t know what t…
 
John and Maria consider the ethics surrounding protests, looking specifically at the public outcry over the leaked draft opinion of the Supreme Court. The pair also considers how the war in Ukraine is sparking the consequences of the overpopulation myth many have believed. And then to close, John unpacks the reason the Colson Center has selected Th…
 
A month or so ago, Supreme Court nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson was asked to define “woman.” She responded, “I’m not a biologist.” That was just a week after a biological male won the NCAA women’s swimming championship. Gender scholars were quick to support Jackson, pointing to biological anomalies such as people who are born “intersex.” But interse…
 
Today launches our annual Wilberforce Weekend. Ten years ago, Chuck Colson gave what would be his final message, at a Wilberforce Weekend event. His message that day was that the world needed the Church to be the Church. His call that day remains the central purpose of the Wilberforce Weekend. This weekend, we will be looking at salvation and redem…
 
For years, sociologist Arthur Brooks has been trying to understand the secret to human happiness. Recently in The Atlantic, Brooks argued that at least part of the answer is wanting less, something taught by teachers as ideologically diverse as the Buddha and Thomas Aquinas. “As we age, we shouldn’t accumulate more to represent ourselves,” writes B…
 
This episode is part of the special series on Un-Retirement. Autumn Witt Boyd is an award-winning intellectual property lawyer who works with online business owners to protect their brand, content, and business. When it comes to intellectual property and business strategies, Autumn is known as a thought leader in the online business community. She …
 
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