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Best Pagitt podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Pagitt podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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Un-Trumped: 2 Guys Talking Truth From 2 Sides on Trump is a seven week series centered around Doug Pagitt trying to understand how Adam Schindler could support Trump. Both Doug and Adam are committed to their Christian faith and Doug finds it incomprehensible that Adam did and does support Trump. Their interaction is about growing in understanding and comprehension.
 
Doug Pagitt Radio is Religious Radio that is not quite right. Doug Pagitt is one of the nations most creative thinkers on the issues of faith, spirituality, religion, politics and science. In the show Doug seeks to offers positive, fun, thoughtful conversation on all kinds of topics from news to parenting; politics to natural health; science to movies; finances to faith. Radio That’s Not Quite Right This is not a typical religious show – we are fun, fast passed and not mean. And, it is not p ...
 
Permission to BE is a podcast created to share the journeys of leaning into authenticity of being. Authenticity incapsulates many things including racism, gender or non-gender identity, mental health, and political leanings which we believe are connected to our spiritual beliefs. Becka Eppley is a speaker and the creator of Permission to BE. David Roberts and Tommy Allgood join Becka as frequent co-hosts and regular contributors.
 
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Part two of Becka and Tommy's converstation with Corey Leak deep dives into equity, the realities of white saviorism, and how we are choosing to show up in the world. CLICK HERE to find out more about Corey and for this episode's show notes. *Links mentioned in this Episode: Legacy Trips - Tina Strawn White Homework - Tori Williams Dougless…
 
Today we're talking about Bruce Springsteen's 1978's album DARKNESS ON THE EDGE OF TOWN! Also, there will be no new episode next week. We'll be back on February 24 with THE RIVER! On this week's bonus episode on the Patreon feed, we are listing our Top 5 Albums from the 1970's. If you want to listen, you can go to www.patreon.com/springsteen to bec…
 
Join Becka and Tommy as they talk with Dr. Hillary McBride about the effects of disembodiment and oppression on our everyday lives. "It's the task of adulthood to understand where we have come from." - Hillary McBride. Click here to find out more about Hillary and for this episode's show notes.By Becka Eppley, Tommy Allgood, & David Roberts
 
A special sneak-peak of the forthcoming Vote Common Good From The Road Podcast. The Offical Vote Common Good Podcast will launch January 9, so stay tuned. In the meantime, enjoy the first episode from the road as the bus leaves the rally at the White House on Day 1 of the Tour.By Doug Pagitt
 
In our annual final episode of the year, we discuss our favorite movies, TV shows, music, podcasts, books, and comics of the year! Show notes: Bruce Springsteen Sings the Alphabet: 2019 All-Media Overload MOVIES 1. Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (00:04:15) 2. Avengers: Endgame (00:11:08) 3. Spider-Man: Far From Home (00:14:45) 4. Knives Out (00:17:0…
 
We talk about all the Springsteen events of 2019, including the release of Western Stars (the album and the film), Blinded by the Light (the film), what's up with the E Street Band members, and we share our average scores from the past four years' worth of podcasting! *Technical note: When we start talking about the spreadsheets, Rob's microphone q…
 
“The function of a belief in a persons life is often radically different than the nature of the belief or the content of the belief.” - Doug Pagitt "Doung Pagitt is an American author, pastor, social activist and executive director of Vote Common Good. A leading voice for progressive Christianity, Doug makes frequent national media and speaking app…
 
Richard Beck's newest books is called Trains, Jesus, and Murder: The Gospel According to Johnny Cash. You can order the book here: https://smile.amazon.com/Trains-Jesus-Murder-Gospel-according/dp/1506433766/ref=sr_1_1?crid=VG41TCTYL2MR&keywords=trains+jesus+and+murder&qid=1574292720&sprefix=trains+jesus%2Caps%2C180&sr=8-1…
 
Greg Jarrell is an author, saxophonist, and co-founder QC Family Tree, a community of rooted discipleship in the west Charlotte neighborhood of Enderly Park. In his most recent published work, A Rife of Love, he talks about surprising teachers, tragic losses, and unexpected gifts. Click here to find out more about Greg and for this episode's show n…
 
Join Becka Eppley, co-host Tommy Allgood, and guest Lauren Wilde for a conversation on embodiment, deconstruction of spiritual beliefs and what it truly means to be a witch. "Lauren began her Spiritual path in the Christian Church, teaching, healing, and preaching for nearly a decade until she fell through the cracks of her own faith in 2015. Like …
 
"As an author, speaker, disability advocate, and trauma survivor, Stephanie Tait aims to do what she believes is sorely lacking in our trending conversations around Christianity – to partner sound theology and practice with the unashamed acceptance of struggle in the present tense." Join us for this heart felt and vulnerable conversation about how …
 
In this episode J Mase III shares first hand experiences of the dire effects that supremacy culture has on the black trans community. J Mase also talks about how the system of white supremacy consistently protects white innocence at all costs. "J Mase III is a Black/trans/queer poet & educator based in Seattle, by way of Philly. He is the author of…
 
Science Mike, aka Mike McHargue, is a speaker, author, podcaster and a patron saint to the deconstruction crowd. Mike is a founding member of The Liturgist Podcast and is the host of Ask Science Mike. Join us for a conversation full of laughter, curiosity, and heart. SNEAK PEAK: Mike reads, a never heard before, excerpt from his UPCOMING BOOK and s…
 
"Rev. Dr. Alexia Salvatierra is a national leader in immigrant justice, co-founder of the New Sanctuary Movement, the Evangelical Immigration Table and M25 (Matthew 25/Mateo 25). She is a Lutheran Pastor with over 40 years of experience in congregational and community ministry, including church-based service and community development programs, cong…
 
"I see faith in the irreverent, miracles in the ordinary, and beauty in the margins." -Cindy Wang Brandt This episode is jammed packed with intriguing conversations from parenting while deconstructing your spiritual beliefs, Purity Culture and more. Cindy Wang Brandt is the author of the recently released book, Parenting Forward: How to Raise Child…
 
Join us for an amazing thought provoking conversation about anti-racism education with Dr. Lucretia Berry. "Dr. Berry is an anti-racist consultant and educator, the author and facilitator for What LIES Between Us Journal & Guide, and loves to create offerings and content to help meet Brownicity’s goals. She received her Ph.D. in Education (Curricul…
 
Join us as we talk with Johnathan Williams and discuss his new book, She's My Dad: A Father's Transition and a Son's Redemption. "Jonathan is the Lead Pastor of Forefront Church in Brooklyn, New York. He serves on the board of W/ Collective, an organization dedicated to starting progressive Christian Churches. He also serves on the board of Left Ha…
 
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