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At Mondoweiss, our beat is Palestine and the movements, activists and policymakers who affect what’s happening there. We cover Palestinians’ stories of occupation, resistance and hope – stories that show us all how the world’s struggles interconnect.
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Nonviolence Radio

Nonviolence Radio

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Exploring what makes nonviolence, as Gandhi said, "the greatest power at the disposal of humankind." Interviews with activists, scholars, and news-makers, and a regular feature of nonviolence in the news from around the movement in our Nonviolence Report segment.
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Every day there are people in our local and global community who are using the tactics and principles of nonviolence to transform the world around us. Our podcast focuses on telling these stories to highlight those who are joining us in our journey to create a world free from violence and the threat of violence.
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A Neighbor's Choice radio show and THINGS HIDDEN podcast are the two main audio programs of David Gornoski. THINGS HIDDEN is a deep-dive podcast into the world of mythology and current events guided by the Mimetic theory of Rene Girard and grounded in the personhood revolution of Jesus. Hosted by David Gornoski, A Neighbor’s Choice Radio examines the role of violence and religion in society. From victims of state violence against nonviolent behaviors to public figures and contrarian voices, ...
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"Engineering Peace with Thom Bond” is a real-life look at how peace is becoming a reality on our planet. It's also a personal resource to help empower us to create the change we want to see in the world. Listen to practical tips and wisdom from Thom's workshops and training sessions to help make peace a reality in your own life. Episode by episode, witness and be part of the story of peace on our planet.
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Listen to live mini-coaching moments focused on helping people connect with themselves and others by speaking their truth with kindness and compassion, and listening through new filters. Get new scripts for stuck situations, hear new ways of responding to old relationship dynamics and become inspired to learn more about how tools like mindfulness, self-regulations, boundaries, nonviolent communication and empathic self-leadership can help you have more meaningful relationships with others.
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We all desire happiness - what is good, pleasant right, permanent, joyful, satisfying, and easy. But life often brings frustration, dissatisfaction, incompleteness, and sorrow. This podcast channel offers talks and question-response-sessions from Zen Buddhist Monk, Vietnam Veteran, Author, and Peace Activist Claude AnShin Thomas. This is for everyone who yearns for understanding and for embodying the difference we want to see in the world. Let's embark together on a path of ending all wars a ...
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Catholics Against Militarism (CAM) is an informal, grassroots, Internet-based movement of lay Catholics that seeks to identify and respectfully challenge militaristic attitudes in the U.S. Catholic Church. We conduct interviews with Catholics and other Catholic groups who are: 1) successfully registering dissent at the parish level, 2) raising awareness of the dangers of militarism through dialogue with fellow believers, and 3) spurring deeper, more honest reflection on the role of violence ...
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Making Peace Visible

War Stories Peace Stories

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In the news media, war gets more headlines than peace, conflict more airtime than reconciliation. And in our polarized world, reporting on conflict in a way that frames conflicts as us vs. them, good vs. evil often serves to dig us in deeper. On Making Peace Visible, we speak with journalists and peacebuilders who help us understand the human side of conflicts and peace efforts around the world. From international negotiations in Colombia to gang violence disruptors in Chicago, to women advo ...
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Nonviolent communication is a process that consists of an intention to contribute to our own well being, and the well being of others, compassionately. So that whatever we do is done willingly, not done out of guilt, or shame, or fear of punishment, or trying to buy love, by submitting to what we think others expect us to do. That we give solely out of the joy that comes naturally from contributing to life. Our own life and the lives of others. --- Leave a message to be included on this podc ...
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I’ve spent over 20 years studying the emotions and experiences that bring meaning and purpose to our lives, and if there’s one thing I’ve learned it’s this: we are hardwired for connection, and connecting requires courage, vulnerability, and conversation. I want this to be a podcast that’s real, unpolished, honest, and reflects both the magic and the messiness of what it means to be human. Episodes will include conversations with the people who are teaching me, challenging me, confusing me, ...
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#WakeUpWalkTowards Podcast

Baba Tree International

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#WakeUpWalkTowards is a podcast from the heart, at the intersection of spirituality, justice, and healing. Catherine Cadden, Jiva Manske, and Jordan Torres interview elders, young organizers, artists, healers, and changemakers building beyond climate crisis and colonial collapse to heal our past, reimagine our present, and protect our future.
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Peace Perspectives

Nonviolence International Southeast Asia

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Peace Perspectives Podcast — inspiring through words, changing mindsets, and building a peace constituency that transform communities. Peace Perspectives is produced by Nonviolence International Southeast Asia, with help from our partners.
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The +972 Podcast

+972 Magazine

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Dive past the headlines in Israel-Palestine to explore the issues and stories other outlets tend to ignore with +972 Magazine writers and local activists, politicians, and experts. +972 Magazine is owned and operated by a group of Israeli and Palestinian journalists, providing fresh, in-depth reporting and analysis directly from the ground in Israel-Palestine. The magazine is committed to human rights, democracy, and freedom of information, and actively opposes the Israeli occupation.
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A Skeptic’s Path to Enlightenment brings the inner science of Buddhist philosophy and meditation to twenty-first century people hungry for happy, meaningful lives. In our weekly podcast, we share talks, guided meditations, and interviews exploring happiness, love, compassion, relationships, family, politics, technology, and work. Skeptic’s Path explores powerful "analytical meditation" techniques that use imagination, emotions, and critical inquiry to probe our inner and outer realities and ...
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An exvangelical podcast featuring Janice Lagata in conversations with her friends about the fears we were given by evangelicalism and ways we are finding power, love and sound mind on the other side. New episodes on the first and third Wednesday of each month! **FOUR SEASON officially begins January 3rd, 2024**
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Choice Conversations is a personal development podcast, dedicated to helping you improve your life, one *choice* at a time! I cover the following topics: * Holistic health, including physical, emotional, and spiritual health. * Improving relationships, be they between parents and children, romantic partners, or friends and family. * Being successful with money and in business. * Having a purposeful, fulfilling life. * Finding peace and happiness.
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The Art of NVC

Micah Salaberrios

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This Podcast is dedicated to sharing, learning, and discovering the fundamentals of Nonviolent Communication based on what I have learned from Marshall Rosenberg's classic book "Nonviolent Communication" and many of his videos. It is my intention to share what I have learned and to help those who truly want to become better communicators to avoid some of the common mistakes I see over and over when people attempt to practice NVC. It is truly an amazingly powerful way of speaking and being an ...
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A Radical Vision for Grace Justice and the Cross (Cascade 2012). Healing the Gospel challenges the assumption that the Christian understanding of justice is rooted in a demand for violent punishment, and instead offers a radically different understanding of the gospel based on God’s restorative justice. It’s a vision of the gospel that exposes violence, rather than supporting it—a gospel rooted in love of enemies, rather than retribution.
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Nothing Never Happens

Nothing Never Happens

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Nothing Never Happens is a journey into cutting-edge pedagogical theory and praxis, where co-hosts Tina Pippin and Lucia Hulsether connect with leading voices in radical teaching and learning. We engage a range of approaches — including but not limited to democratic, feminist, queer, decolonial, and abolitionist models.
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The Alabaster Jar Podcast is a weekly conversation that takes on current issues impacting women at the intersection of faith, theology, and ministry. Dr. Lynn Cohick, Kelly Dippolito, and Sareen Musselman pour out their wisdom from years in ministry and academia to inspire women to continue advancing God’s mission in the world.
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Welcome to the People’s Historians Podcast from the Zinn Education Project. In light of the popularity of our online mini-classes centered around teaching the Black Freedom Struggle, we’ve converted our online sessions to a podcast with the hope of increasing the teaching of Black lives in the classroom and beyond.
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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.
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Complex PTSD Recovery: We Are Traumatized Motherfuckers

CPTSD, Intergenerational PTSD, Relational Trauma | TMFR LLC

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Peer-review and irreverent dark humor meet trauma recovery, without the "enforced bright sides." Let's talk about the complicated experience of rectifying a life built on trauma and relearning to be human... better than the people who raised you. You aren't alone, damaged, doomed, or dead yet. But with all the grit and gumption necessary to keep growing, you might be a real MF. Get 400+ research-heavy episodes and private community options Patreon.com/traumatizedmotherfuckers or t-mfrs.com f ...
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The Schumacher Lectures

The Schumacher Center for a New Economics

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The 1st Annual E. F. Schumacher Lectures of October 1981 emphasized the importance of vibrant regional economies at a time when the focus of the nation was on an expanding global economy. Much has happened since then. The promise of the global economy has faded in face of ever greater wealth disparity and environmental degradation. There is growing interest in building a new economy that is just and recognizes planetary limits. The speakers of the Schumacher Lecture Series continue to be at ...
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This Anthro Life

Anthrocurious, LLC

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This Anthro Life is the premiere go-to Anthropology Podcast that fuses human insights with cultural storytelling. We equip you with a deep understanding of the human experience to revolutionize your decision-making strategies and social impact. Head over to https://www.thisanthrolife.org to learn more. Spearheaded by acclaimed Anthropologist Dr. Adam Gamwell, This Anthro Life equips leaders, individuals, and organizations to shape a more compassionate future. We aim to broaden perspectives a ...
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Inspiring personal family conversations & also interviews with Prana Boosters™ featured on PranaBoost.com who are Awakened With Purpose & Raising the Vibration of the World through their life's work. Conscious/Mindful Families, Mindful Living, Personal Transformation, Relationships/Marriage & Parenting, Emotional Intelligence, Nonviolence. Have you ever wondered what The Prana Boost Lifestyle™ really looks like? Join me & my amazing husband, soulmate, business partner, spiritual partner, bes ...
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The Lindisfarne Tapes

The Schumacher Center for a New Economics

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On a rocky outcropping off the northeastern coast of England, the monastery of Lindisfarne once stood as an outpost of religious, philosophic, and intellectual study against the “dark” times of early medieval Europe. Inspired by the foresight and dogged determination of these medieval monks, William Irwin Thompson founded the Lindisfarne Association in 1972 to gather together bold scientists, scholars, artists, and contemplatives to realize a new planetary culture in the face of the politica ...
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The Conflict Tipping Podcast, hosted by Laura May PhD, focuses on innovative strategies for responding to social conflict. Episodes will bring in guests with expertise in all facets of conflict, from organizational behavior, emotions, technology, media, public and private social responsibility, and political polarization. Subscribe if you’re interested in conflict resolution, facilitation, peacebuilding, or the future of civil society -- we’d love to have you as part of our community!
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And All Shall Be Well is an optimistic podcast where Dr. Megan Rohrer (he/him) has conversations with guests about mind, body and spirit health. Believing that all people are a work in progress, And All Shall Be Well. Megan is prolific author, award winning historian and a former Lutheran bishop.
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Longtime animal advocate, Hope Bohanec, covers a variety of farmed animal issues including the ethical, environmental, spiritual, heartbreaking and heartwarming aspects of living vegan. Hope has engaging conversations with inspiring guests focusing on critical reasons for living a vegan lifestyle and covering current topics such as the humane hoax, environmental impact, speciesism, and effective outreach advocating for chickens, turkeys, cows, pigs, goats and other farmed animals. Hope is a ...
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'Peace Wanted' presents a powerful conversation on the essence of nonviolent action and its pivotal role in uniting communities amidst adversity. Hear from experts who have dedicated their lives to fostering peace through innovative strategies such as community security trainings and nonviolent accompaniment. This episode is not just a history less…
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In this insightful, inspiring episode, Thom Bond (from New York), talks with fellow peace educators, Cory Tyler (from Los Angles) and Samuel Odhiambo (from Kenya) to share the big picture of nonviolent systems in a world full of hatred and violence, including how they (and you) can be hopeful, living on such a turbulent planet. Subjects include, Th…
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On this week’s podcast Dr. Megan Rohrer talks with Michael Nagler. As Professor Emeritus of Classics and Comparative Literature at UC, Berkeley, Michael Nagler co-founded the Peace and Conflict Studies Program. His books include The Search for a Nonviolent Future: A Promise of Peace for Ourselves, Our Families, and Our World; The Nonviolence Handbo…
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This episode of Nonviolence Radio welcomes Dr. Craig Atwood, professor of theology at Moravian Theological Seminary and director of the Center for Moravian Studies. Together with Stephanie and Michael, Craig discusses his research and teaching on the history of Moravian thought and faith with special attention to medieval thinker, Peter Chelčický. …
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In a wide-ranging discussion with host Jarren Peterson Dean, acclaimed authors Stanley Kusunoki and Kao Kalia Yang discuss the power art has to speak the truth and connect us to our shared humanity. They provide intimate examples of how their courageous storytelling has impacted their own and their audiences’ perspectives and lives. Stanley Kusunok…
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In this wide-ranging conversation with Dr. Malinda Berry (Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary), Dan and Malinda cover nonviolence in the Anabaptist tradition, where Anabaptism comes from, the questionable emphasis in these traditions on martyrdom stories, our psychological instincts toward “purity,” and even exposure therapy and the idea that “t…
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In this podcast episode, Michelle Frechette and Corey Maass dive into the intricacies of optimizing their website's homepage and refining their pricing strategy for their product, OMGIMG. They discuss the importance of incorporating captivating images above the fold to enhance user engagement and consider the visibility of pricing information in th…
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When the Israeli military left the al-Shifa Hospital complex earlier this month, Gaza’s largest medical facility was left in ruins. International medical and aid groups declared it completely destroyed and totally non-operational. Shortly after, stories began to emerge of the horrors those inside the facility experienced at the hands of the Israeli…
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David Gornoski sits down with Andrew Hammer for a conversation on how nation-states exist through the mass sacrifice of war, how Japan committed Seppuku during the Second World War, why death proves a nation's existence, and more. Visit the website of Foundation for the Study of Political Psychopathology here. Visit aneighborschoice.com for more…
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This week's episode focuses on how to check for alignment in family dynamics where what has previously worked is no longer sustainable. In question number one, a caller is rediscovering his sense of self and discovering the language needed in order to set new boundaries around old family dynamics. Today's second caller longs for a deeper relationsh…
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David Gornoski is joined by Ryan Miller, author of the book The Volunteers' War, for a conversation on Ryan's experience as a humanitarian worker in Ukraine and how he had a miraculous encounter with Christianity. Buy The Volunteers' War here. Email Ryan Miller. Visit aneighborschoice.com for moreBy David Gornoski
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In this conversation, Tim Whitaker of The New Evangelicals joins Dan for a dual-feed special episode to discuss the upcoming book by Richard B. Hays, a respected New Testament scholar (Duke), and his son Christopher (Fuller), titled 'The Widening of God's Mercy: A Thoroughly Biblical Account of LGBTQ Affirmation in the Church.' They explore the pot…
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The first season of the Visual Museum podcast series is officially wrapping up as Kelly Dippolito and Christine Calareso Bleecker share their favorite moments from this season while also discussing the impact the episodes already have. The goal of this podcast has always been to help listeners orient themselves in time, space, and location from fir…
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Welcome back to the Savvy Communicator! Facing adversity with resilience can lead to remarkable transformations, as Dr. Christina Fontana's journey from trauma to triumph so powerfully demonstrates. In our latest episode, Christina shares the raw and often hidden struggles that shaped her, and the profound metamorphosis that occurs when one turns t…
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How do societal norms and personal experiences intersect in shaping our understanding of love and sexuality? In this insightful episode of This Anthro Life, we delve into transforming the landscape of Sexual Norms with Dr. Leanna Wolfe. We delve into the intricate connections between love, anthropology, and human desires. Dr. Wolfe’s memoir, "177 L…
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In this THINGS HIDDEN episode, David Gornoski explains why he uses the term "pseudo-gnosticism" to explain the inherently contradicting dualism that is found throughout the ideological narratives of the Western world. What are some of the alarming manisfestations of pseudo-gnosticism? Listen to the full podcast to find out. Visit aneighborschoice.c…
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Dilys Brooks, Chris Blake, and Nathan Brown discuss the JustLove Collective and the upcoming JustLove Summit. https://traffic.libsyn.com/adventistpeace/APR115_JustLove.mp3 SHOW NOTES JustLove Collective, www.justlovecollective.org The JustLove Summit, https://www.justlovecollective.org/summit Pulse, the digital magazine from JustLove Collective, ht…
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David Gornoski sits down with Lord Conrad Black, author of The Political and Strategic History of the World, for a conversation on the nature of historical progress, the uniqueness of Hebrew culture, how Christ changed history as a vocation, the 1619 project, and more. Buy The Political and Strategic History of the World here. Visit aneighborschoic…
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On this week’s podcast Dr. Megan Rohrer talks with Rabbi Jillian Cameron, who leads the oldest LGBTQ temple in the United States. She is passionate about connecting with every person she meets in the holiest of moments as well as the most mundane. She believes in the power and importance of diversity in the Jewish community and our responsibility t…
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In this guided meditation, Stephen Batchelor invites you to unconditionally embrace your experience of the moment, to simply watch all thoughts, feelings, and emotions, and notice the ground of nonreactive awareness. This guides you toward a path rooted in freedom, openness, and love. Episode 158: Meditation on Embracing Life with Stephen Batchelor…
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"Venting" often gets a bad rap. Even though many people see "venting" as an inherently negative thing, knowing how to vent effectively can actually be an effective way of reclaiming and reconnecting with yourself. Sometimes, venting is just a pathway to something deeper, and we understand it as a step on our awareness journey. Other times, we just …
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David Gornoski is joined by Brad Marshall for a conversation on plastics in food, using emergence diet to move out of torpor, genetic vs metabolic solutions, low BCAA, saturated and unsaturated fats, keto solutions to reductive stress, starch and sugar consumption, and more. Fire in a Bottle: https://fireinabottle.net/ Visit https://aneighborschoic…
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Dan spoke with friend and frequent guest Sarey Martin Concepcion about the intersection of intellectual humility and our Christian faith journeys, attempting to tie this together with his recent set of “Still Christian” episodes. They discussed how Sarey was raised in a fundamentalist evangelical strain of Christianity that valued certainty and cor…
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Happy Earth Day! This is an important time of year where we focus our attention on the perils facing the planet and get inspired to help her. So today our guest is Dr. Richard Twine, author of, The Climate Crisis and Other Animals (Sydney University Press, 2024). He is a professor in Sociology and Co-Director of the Centre for Human- Animal Studies…
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In this conversation, Lisa Harper joins Dr. Lynn Cohick and Kelly Dippolito to discuss the importance of theological education and the role of women in ministry. Lisa shares her journey of overcoming limitations and embracing her calling. They also discuss the need for a redemptive hermeneutic and a compassionate understanding of God's character as…
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Join us on Peace Wanted for an inspiring conversation with Rosemary Kabaki, a trailblazer in unarmed civilian protection. Witness the strength of nonviolent strategies as Rosemarie recounts her remarkable journey from a personal quest to a leadership role in South Sudan's largest peace program. Hear firsthand how women's protection teams are transf…
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From the revolutionary theater to the academia of peace, join us on a riveting exploration of Unarmed Civilian Protection and The Art of Safeguarding Without Weapons. Our guest's transformation from a university student in the Philippines to a PhD and now Academic in geography unfolds through the narrative of communities creating safe havens in the…
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In this podcast episode, Michelle Frechette and Corey Maass explore the intricacies of managing online communities within the WordPress ecosystem. Michelle shares insights from their involvement with a Mastermind group and moderating a Facebook group for LearnDash, emphasizing the importance of nurturing community connections. Corey discusses their…
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Suzanne Alexander returns to talk about her recent adventures in the African continent where she observed the ancestral diets of various tribes and how the food is affecting the health of these indigenous communities. How are processed foods and seed oils affecting these tribes? Do vegetable-based diets affect teeth negatively? What are the gender …
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On this month's Generation Gap Culture Hour, Dan, Josh, and Tony play a round of “Bar, Bank, Church, or Dispensary,” consider ways they are becoming like their dads, discuss the impact of the forthcoming gay-affirming book by New Testament scholar Richard B. Hays, the New York Magazine attempted takedown of Andrew Huberman, and more. **Watch this e…
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In this conversation, Dr. Bruce Hindmarsh joins Kelly Dippolito to discuss his involvement with the Luce Foundation and the grant that kickstarted the Visual Museum project. He highlights the importance of interdisciplinary collaboration and the challenges of digital humanities. He emphasizes the potential impact of the Visual Museum in providing a…
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How can entrepreneurial spirit redefine traditional career paths and drive societal change through innovative collaboration? In this enlightening episode of This Anthro Life, inspired by "Venture Meets Mission," we engage with author Gupta to unravel the transformative potential of entrepreneurship. Gupta advocates for a nonlinear career path, urgi…
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David Gornoski sits down with Jason Jones and Surit Dasgupta for a conversation on the globalist ruse of Hindu nationalism, the anthropological reason for persecutions against Christians in India, how elitists play both sides of world conflicts, the incompatibility of Zionism with Christianity, and more. Preorder Jason Jones' upcoming book The Grea…
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This podcast episode delves into the admiration and personal connections The IV Most Wanted (aka: Janice, Melanie, Sarah and Joanna) have with Beyoncé's music, particularly focusing on the transformative nature of her albums 'Renaissance' and 'Cowboy Carter'. It begins with a playful denial of Beyoncé's influence, quickly transitioning into heartfe…
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