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Best Palomar podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Palomar podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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A podcast of Sunday sermons delivered by the Rev. Dr. Beth Johnson, Fellowship members and guests at the Palomar Unitarian Universalist Fellowship in Vista, California. Founded in 1959 by primarily religious humanists who sought to create a place where each individual could explore and grow in freedom. Unitarian Universalism is a values-based liberal faith that emerged out of liberal Christianity, but has grown to be broadly inclusive theologically. If you value a caring and dynamic communit ...
 
CSWB 110 - Web Page Development Using HTML and XHTML - at Palomar College, San Marcos, CA - Instructor Teresa Pelkie.This show will consist of video recordings of the PowerPoint presentations and / or code display for the classes in this course.
 
"Voices of ESL" is a podcast series hosted by Lee Chen, an associate professor at Palomar College in San Marcos, California. Each episode will center around a theme and feature a few Palomar ESL students sharing their experiences and insights in their own voices. If you are an ESL student, come witness the success of your peers as they showcase their ability to communicate in beautiful English. If you are an ESL teacher, you may get inspired to similarly empower your students. If you are jus ...
 
Welcome to FULLER curated, a podcast of the best conversations happening at Fuller Theological Seminary—drawn from lecture series, conferences, dialogues, panel discussions, special events, and more. Listen to the eclectic richness of Fuller’s intellectual and spiritual life, and visit Fuller.edu/Studio to explore the full materials and related content. It is Fuller's practice to allow conversations with our guests to be uncensored as a gesture of engagement in civil dialogue—a value to whic ...
 
College of William & Mary Mason School of Business presents a podcast hosted by current MBA students discussing entrepreneurship with some of today's business leaders. The program features reoccurring interviews with professors, business owners, and other creative personalities in the Mid-Atlantic region and beyond.
 
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In their lectures delivered at the 2015 Fuller Forum, Walter Brueggemann, renowned author and Old Testament scholar, presented the law of Yahweh not as static and totalizing but as an ongoing conversation between God and God’s people; Cameron Lee, professor of marriage and family studies, explained how neighborliness has developmental roots in earl…
 
In their lectures delivered at the 2015 Fuller Forum, Walter Brueggemann, renowned author and Old Testament scholar, explored God’s restorative grace and the ways it necessitates and energizes the restored community’s witness, worship, and work of justice; and Amos Yong, Dean of the School of Theology and School of Intercultural Studies, reflected …
 
In their lectures delivered at the 2015 Fuller Forum, Walter Brueggemann, renowned author and Old Testament scholar, presented the idea of two kinds of justices—predatory justice from above and transformative justice from below—and contended that the Bible depicts a contestation between both; and Brad Strawn, Everlyn and Frank Freed Professor of th…
 
In their lectures delivered at the 2015 Fuller Forum, Johnny Ramírez-Johnson, professor of anthropology and profesor del Centro Latino, reflected on how the divine command to keep the Sabbath is tied to every dimension of Christian life and community; and John Goldingay, David Allan Hubbard Professor Emeritus of Old Testament, spoke about the need …
 
In their lectures delivered at the 2015 Fuller Forum, Walter Brueggemann, renowned author and Old Testament scholar, spoke about God being a dialogic partner actively engaged with his people, and how this relationality shapes our understanding of God’s justice, grace, and law; and Kyong-Jin Lee, associate professor of Old Testament Studies, conside…
 
In his lecture “God's Migrant Caravan: The Migration of the Church in the Book of Revelation,” Roberto Mata, assistant professor at Santa Clara University, reflects on the themes of migration, exodus, belonging, and wilderness in the Book of Revelation. In January 2020, the School of Theology hosted the conference “The Bible on the Move: Towards a …
 
In his lecture “What is the Place of My Rest?” Christopher M. Hays, professor of New Testament at Fundación Universitaria Seminario Bíblico de Colombia, explores hybrid migrant identities in the Bible and how they speak to hybridity in migrant identities today. In January 2020, the School of Theology hosted the conference “The Bible on the Move: To…
 
In her lecture “The Polyphonic Psalter: Migration in the Psalms,” Noemi Palomares, Boston College graduate student, reflects on migration as a key theme of the Psalms and on God as a God of refuge. In January 2020, the School of Theology hosted the conference “The Bible on the Move: Towards a Biblical Theology of Migration / La Biblia del camino: h…
 
In his lecture “Fear and Loathing in the Levant,” Casey A. Strine, lecturer in ancient Near Eastern history and literature at the University of Sheffield, considers what we can learn about migration from King David’s experience as an asylum seeker and refugee. In January 2020, the School of Theology hosted the conference “The Bible on the Move: Tow…
 
In her lecture “’Without Ruth’: The Transformative and Liberating Blessing of the Immigrant,” Denise Flanders, assistant professor of biblical studies at Taylor University, considers how the Book of Ruth helps us see immigrants not as threats to our communities but as liberators. In January 2020, the School of Theology hosted the conference “The Bi…
 
Seanita Scott, PhD student, responds to Thema Bryant-Davis’s lecture “Wisdom from Womanist Psychology: Integrating Art, Spirit, Activism, and Community.” The Fuller Symposium on the Integration of Psychology and Theology is the annual conference held by the School of Psychology. The 2020 conference, “Holistic Healing and Wellness: Mind, Body, and S…
 
Daniel D. Lee, assistant provost for the Center for Asian American Theology and Ministry and assistant professor of theology and Asian American ministry, responds to Thema Bryant-Davis’s lecture “Wisdom from Womanist Psychology: Integrating Art, Spirit, Activism, and Community.” The Fuller Symposium on the Integration of Psychology and Theology is …
 
In her lecture “Wisdom from Womanist Psychology: Integrating Art, Spirit, Activism, and Community,” Thema Bryant-Davis, associate professor of psychology at Pepperdine University and ordained minister, speaks about womanist psychology and the need for a holistic approach to psychology that includes cultural humility, self-definition, and spirituali…
 
Robert Craig, PhD student, responds to Thema Bryant-Davis’s lecture “Biblical Narratives of Trauma: Paths to Spiritual and Psychological Restoration.” The Fuller Symposium on the Integration of Psychology and Theology is the annual conference held by the School of Psychology. The 2020 conference, “Holistic Healing and Wellness: Mind, Body, and Spir…
 
Carly Crouch, David Allan Hubbard Professor of Old Testament, responds to Thema Bryant-Davis’s lecture “Biblical Narratives of Trauma: Paths to Spiritual and Psychological Restoration.” The Fuller Symposium on the Integration of Psychology and Theology is the annual conference held by the School of Psychology. The 2020 conference, “Holistic Healing…
 
In her lecture “Biblical Narratives of Trauma: Paths to Spiritual and Psychological Restoration,” Thema Bryant-Davis, associate professor of psychology at Pepperdine University and ordained minister, speaks about interpersonal trauma—its complex effects, themes of recovery, and post-traumatic growth—and considers it through a unique Biblical lens. …
 
Denette Boyd-King, PhD student, responds to Thema Bryant-Davis’s lecture “The Therapeutic Role of Contemplative Practice: Christian Mindfulness and Embodied Healing.” The Fuller Symposium on the Integration of Psychology and Theology is the annual conference held by the School of Psychology. The 2020 conference, “Holistic Healing and Wellness: Mind…
 
Tina Armstrong, assistant professor of clinical psychology, director of clinical training, and PhD in clinical psychology program chair, responds to Thema Bryant-Davis’s lecture “The Therapeutic Role of Contemplative Practice: Christian Mindfulness and Embodied Healing.” The Fuller Symposium on the Integration of Psychology and Theology is the annu…
 
In her lecture “The Therapeutic Role of Contemplative Practice: Christian Mindfulness and Embodied Healing,” Thema Bryant-Davis, associate professor of psychology at Pepperdine University and ordained minister, speaks about encountering God and experiencing transformation through contemplative practice and mindfulness. The Fuller Symposium on the I…
 
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