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Reconstructing Judaism

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Evolve: Groundbreaking Jewish Conversations features interviews with thought-provoking rabbis, leaders and creators about the urgent issues faced by Jewish people today. As a part of Reconstructing Judaism’s multimedia Evolve project (http://evolve.reconstructingjudaism.org/), this podcast models respectful, sacred conversations about challenging topics.
 
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Highline Media Network

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We all grew up in different parts of American Christianity, and we still keep thinking about how to take it seriously, even as we leave some beliefs behind. Join us our round-table discussion as we ravel out our faith in a complex world, pulling on one thread at a time, seeking Meaning at the end of it all.
 
For more than 70 years Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery® has been the one consistently excellent reference for every specialist who uses plastic surgery techniques or works in conjunction with a plastic surgeon. The journal brings readers up-to-the-minute reports on the latest techniques and follow-up for maxillofacial reconstruction, burn repair, cosmetic reshaping, as well as news on medicolegal issues. The cosmetic section provides expanded coverage on new procedures and techniques.
 
Become a Paid Subscriber: https://anchor.fm/reconstructingfaith/subscribe WARNING: This isn't a typical "religious" podcast. I wrestle with the issues that most people are uncomfortable talking about in church because religion sucks. You’ll hear episodes about Jesus, reConstructing faith after deConstructing “Christian” misconception and more. Some episodes pre 8/28/20 have adult language so be a good parent and listen alone before playing those in front of your kids.
 
Welcome to Mediocre Mystic - the podcast where we explore how mediocre makes the world go round and how mediocre works in mysterious ways. Join host Grace as she talks about all things messy, muddled, and mystic. Once a month, join James of The Quieted Mind as he brings us back home to the present moment with meditations, dharma talks, and selected readings.
 
WE ARE ABOUT...Critical Thinking To Promote Well-Being. Are you looking for a podcast about human nature, communication skills, & spirituality? You Found Us! We are boldly resourcing the spiritual quest toward integrative living to flourish personally, professionally & collectively. You save time & energy with this educational podcast designed to amplify voices from desert spaces that help us better understand human nature, build up our communication skills, and ground ourselves spiritually. ...
 
The Gray Area with host Sean Illing is a philosophical take on culture, politics, and everything in between. We don’t pretend to have the answers, but we do offer a space for real dialogue. Resist certainty, embrace ambiguity, and get some cool takes on a very hot world. Formerly the Vox Conversations podcast. New episodes drop every Monday and Thursday.
 
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Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery - Global Open

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Keeping up to date with the latest breakthroughs in plastic and reconstructive surgery can be hard. PRS Global Open has made it a whole lot easier by interviewing global Plastic Surgery giants of today and leaders of tomorrow about their research, their techniques and what the future may bring in this exciting field of medicine. Whether you're a patient, physician, plastic surgery resident or experienced attending surgeon, this is the podcast for you. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery—Globa ...
 
|| A podcast on Christian deconstruction, feminist theology, spiritual freedom, and faith in the modern world. || Can we find healthy spirituality after being hurt by the church? Can we reclaim the Christian faith as one that affirms women, science, mental health, LGBTQ+, body positivity, justice, and doubt? My guests and I offer support and conversations for dismantling toxic theology, pursing justice, and, hopefully, experiencing God in new ways.
 
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The Measures Taken

Stephan, Jason, Matthew, and Nathan

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The Measures Taken is a project to survey and reconstruct the history of Marxism from the development of mass Social Democracy to our own moment. Recognizing that Bolshevism has lapsed as a living political tendency, those of us who remain committed to revolutionary communist politics and convinced by the Marxist critique of political economy are left searching for a past capable of orienting us in the present. Mindful of the threat of eclecticism and all too cognizant of the infelicities of ...
 
- A Reconstructionist Podcast -Christian AF was born after a few long conversations over good beers, where we realized that life, and faith, aren't as simple as we grew up believing. We started wondering why asking questions was frowned upon, or why we had to accept what we've always been told as the truth. Maybe some things aren't as black and white as we'd like to think. So, we set out to create a space to have an HONEST dialogue that welcomes questions, doubts, and fears about faith, chur ...
 
We, Hans Polzer, MD and Sebastian F. Baumbach, MD, are two academic orthopedic ankle surgeons currently working at the Department of General, Trauma and Reconstructive Surgery at the University Hospital, LMU Munich.Compared to other joints the specialization in the field of foot and ankle surgery was delayed. Nevertheless, during the last 2 or 3 decades, more and more research regarding the ankle is advancing. On one hand today, we observe an exponential growth in studies and knowledge, whil ...
 
The BEMA Podcast is a walk-through of the context of the Bible and the Text itself, as well as surrounding history. We deconstruct our common readings of the Bible and attempt to reconstruct them through the lens of historical context. The main body of work is contained in Seasons 1–5, and we encourage you to start with episode 0 and continue in order through episode 204. BEMA Discipleship is a ministry of Impact Campus Ministries.
 
Every week Chris Hayes asks the big questions that keep him up at night. How do we make sense of this unprecedented moment in world history? Why is this (all) happening? This podcast starts to answer these questions. Writers, experts, and thinkers who are also trying to get to the bottom of them join Chris to break it all down and help him get a better night’s rest. “Why is this Happening?” is presented by MSNBC and NBCNews Think.
 
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Reconstructing Judaism

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Hashivenu is a podcast about Jewish teachings and practice around resilience. Cultivating resilience in challenging times, both individually and collectively, is an essential path to personal renewal. Find out more about the show at About (https://hashivenu.fireside.fm/about), and learn about our theme song at Theme Song (https://hashivenu.fireside.fm/theme-song). Subscribe by Email This podcast is produced by Reconstructing Judaism. Visit us at ReconstructingJudaism.org (https://Reconstruct ...
 
Who's your Daddy? Does it matter? I lost my father when I was only 23, but his impact on me and my faith has never stopped. Now that I have become a father, I see how rich an inheritance my father left me. But I am an anomaly in today's Western World. Many men have little to no example of what it means to be a man of God. Where can the fatherless be fathered? The Faith Of The Fathers brings you honest discussions about what it means for a man to follow Jesus. Heroes of the faith, ancient, mo ...
 
What we don’t know about American history hurts us all. Teaching Hard History begins with the long legacy of slavery and reaches through Reconstruction, Jim Crow, and the civil rights movement into the present day. Brought to you by Learning for Justice (formerly Teaching Tolerance) and hosted by Dr. Hasan Kwame Jeffries and Dr. Bethany Jay, Teaching Hard History brings us the lessons we should have learned in school through the voices of scholars and educators. It’s great advice for teacher ...
 
Breast Cancer Stories is about what happens when you have breast cancer, told in real time. Whether you’ve just been diagnosed with breast cancer or love someone who has, this podcast is here to help you through the shock of diagnosis and treatment. The first season of Breast Cancer Stories follows Kristen Vengler, a 56 year old single empty nester in San Diego, from her diagnosis of hormone positive breast cancer through chemotherapy, double mastectomy & breast reconstruction, radiation, an ...
 
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In the letter that Paul wrote to the church in Rome he spoke of "God's angry displeasure" but when I read the reasons...they sound familiar. That's what I'm digging into today on Bible Study Live. Want access to our newest book? Text the word: LOVE To the number: 1-833-981-0002 And we'll get you on the updates list! *standard messaging rates apply …
 
In this episode of the Award-winning PRS Journal Club Podcast, 2022 Resident Ambassadors to the PRS Editorial Board – Saïd Azoury, Emily Long, and Ronnie Shammas- and special guest Ingrid M. Ganske, MD, discuss the following articles from the December 2022 issue: “Pediatric Outcomes following Cranial Vault Remodeling with Restricted Use of Postope…
 
Sam and Emma host Dale Kretz, visiting assistant professor of history at the University of California, Santa Barbara, to discuss his recent book Administering Freedom: The State of Emancipation after the Freedmen's Bureau. First, Sam and Emma dive into updates on the US’ sanctions on Venezuela, Elon Musk’s targeting of left voices on Twitter, the c…
 
The Religion and Rituals of the Nomads of Pre-Islamic Arabia: A Reconstruction Based on the Safaitic Inscriptions (Brill, 2022) by Ahmad al-Jallad presents evidence for religious identity and ritual practices among the Safaitic-writing nomads of pre-Islamic Arabia. For this evidence, al-Jallad relies on a large corpus of rock-carved inscriptions in…
 
In this episode of the PRS Global Open Keynotes Podcast, Dr. Kongkrit Chaiyasate discusses the classification and management of facial gunshot wounds. This episode discusses the following PRS Global Open article: "Comprehensive Treatment and Reconstructive Algorithm for Functional Restoration after Ballistic Facial Injury" by Kongkrit Chaiyasate, R…
 
University of Pennsylvania Law Professor Kermit Roosevelt, who teaches Constitutional law, asserted that modern America traces its political sentiments to Lincoln and the Reconstruction era, rather than the Founding Fathers and the Revolution. Kermit Roosevelt is the great great grandson of Theodore Roosevelt. Learn more about your ad choices. Visi…
 
Emma hosts Emily Flitter, finance reporter for the New York Times, to discuss her recent book The White Wall: How Big Finance Bankrupts Black America. First, Emma discusses this morning's news of President Biden announcing that WNBA star Brittney Griner has been released from Russian custody. Then, Emily joins and speaks about the current NYTimes G…
 
Sean Illing talks with Michael Sacasas, an author and teacher exploring the relationship between technology and society in his newsletter, The Convivial Society. This conversation is all about attention: what it exactly is, what its purpose is, and how it is under threat by the technology of modern society and its ubiquitous distractions. Michael c…
 
Marty Solomon and Brent Billings are joined by Brian Truschinger, Elle Grover Fricks, Reed Dent, and Josh Bossé, all together for the very first time to discuss what is happening with BEMA and what we hope for the future. The BEMA Liturgy Tell It Slant by Eugene Peterson Elle’s Website for Hebrew Classes The Text In Us Podcast Josh’s Beard Progress…
 
In this episode we had the distinct pleasure to talk to Mr. Zaki Arshad and Mr. Maneesh Bhatia on their recent paper entitled “Gastrocnemius Release in the Management of Chronic Plantar Fasciitis: A Systematic Review” published in Foot and Ankle International. We ended up covering a wide range of therapeutic approaches to plantar fasciitis. We hope…
 
Sam and Emma host Nahid Siamdoust, Assistant Professor of Middle East and Media Studies at the University of Texas at Austin, to discuss the recent political protests in Iran. Then, they are joined by Eli Friedman, professor at the Cornell University School of Industrial and Labor Relations and author of author of The China Question: Toward Left Pe…
 
Reconsider prophecy with us as we interrogate the function as telling the future or speaking the truth. Or perhaps you were raised cessationist like Stephen and you think prophecy is a gift no longer available to us. We each share how we were raised to think about prophecy and how we've maybe deepened or changed our understandings. Mentioned in the…
 
Today, we're talking secrets! Should churches use NDAs or non-competes? Should certain things be "hidden" from the congregation? Do secrets really hurt anyone? Is there a time and place in the church for secrecy? EPISODE DRINKING NOTES: STEEPLE BREWING - Hastings, NE A Time to Retire Mango Milkshake IPA (6.9%) Some pastors ran out of things to say …
 
Sam and Emma host Mark Joseph Stern, senior writer at Slate, to discuss the recent opening arguments that have come in front of the Supreme Court. First, they run through updates on today’s Georgia runoff, Ukraine’s offensive in Russia, another Fed interest hike, the continuing railway labor fight, and more, before diving into Kevin McCarthy exerci…
 
It’s been 174 years since Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels wrote “The Communist Manifesto.” How is it still relevant today and what makes it such a vital guide to understanding present-day struggles? That’s the subject of China Mieville’s latest work, “A Spectre, Haunting: On the Communist Manifesto.” Miéville, a self-proclaimed Marxist and socialist…
 
Sam and Emma host Adam Hochschild, lecturer at the University of California, Berkeley School of Journalism, to discuss his recent book American Midnight: The Great War, a Violent Peace, and Democracy's Forgotten Crisis. First, Sam and Emma run through this weekend’s updates on the Georgia runoff, the North Carolina power station sabotage, this week…
 
Sean Illing talks with James Fallows, veteran reporter and editor at The Atlantic, about the state of political journalism in America. Fallows has been covering the relationship between media and democracy since the mid-nineties, when his book Breaking the News presciently documented the roots of a growing mistrust in news media. Sean and James tal…
 
It's Casual Friday! Sam and Emma host Ryan Grim, DC Bureau Chief at the Intercept, to round up the week in news, including discussions on the freight rail labor contract, the progressives’ role in the debate (and the Democratic party writ large), and Biden’s changes to the election cycle – but first, Emma and Sam run through updates on the Fed stil…
 
The climax of the World War would present socialists with the actuality of revolution and result in a new North Star for Marxism, but its immediate effects were to irrevocably destroy the fabric of the international socialist movement, and in doing so inaugurate a period of painful soul-searching. In this episode, we will trace the responses of soc…
 
"Let the word of Christ richly dwell within you, with all wisdom teaching and admonishing one another with psalms, hymns, and spiritual songs, singing with thankfulness in your hearts to God." Colossians 3:16 I created this podcast episode to make it easier for you to "hide God's word in your heart." Listen to today's podcast as you drive, work, cl…
 
Emma hosts, Beatrice Adler-Bolton, co-host of the Death Panel podcast, to discuss her recent book Health Communism, co-authored with Artie Vierkant. First, Emma runs through updates on the US defense budget, the freight rail contract vote heading to the Senate, DC announcing a shift to free bus transport, South Africa facing its first presidential …
 
Natasha is given three options for radiation treatment, but it’s a challenge since everyone has been making decisions for her up to this point. She decides on three and a half weeks of radiation to the breast and the lymph nodes in the armpit. Down to just 104 pounds, she feels like a scarecrow in her clothes. Hoping to gain 10 pounds by the end of…
 
Sean Illing talks with technology writer and philosopher Ian Bogost about the state of social media — especially in the wake of Elon Musk's recent acquisition of Twitter. They discuss the recent but surprising history of the platforms that have come to dominate the lives of so many, and note a crucial shift that made social media what is today. Sea…
 
Marty Solomon and Brent Billings are joined by special guest Brian David, who spent 37 years coaching people in software, and 25 years coaching high school sports, but now finds himself “coaching” the Text. Chiasms in John by Brian David BEMA 28: Images of the Desert — Ar'ar and Tamarisk Poet & Peasant and Through Peasant Eyes by Kenneth E. Bailey …
 
Part 2…Two beautiful conversations about queerness, spirituality, & eroticism. So…What is it… what is the EROTIC, and how does EROS promote well-being? Is it pornographic or is it so so so much more? Come find out. This episode featuring author, contemplative, filmmaker, and scholar Cassidy Hall dives into the erotic, specifically the root word ERO…
 
Are you interested in engaging with the word queer differently and understanding how queerness promotes well-being? “You're about to listen to an episode discussing queerness, queer life, and queer expressions. In this episode, I share my experience of being queer in my sexuality and in the ways my queerness has opened me up to my true self...my we…
 
Sam hosts Drs. Noa Nessim & Libby Wetterer, 3rd year family medicine resident physicians and members of the Committee of Interns and Residents (CIR) who, in affiliation with the Service Employees International Union (SEIU), are a part of organizing efforts at the Montefiore Medical Center in the Bronx. First, Sam runs through updates on NYC’s crack…
 
Emily poses the question outright: how is it with your soul? So naturally, first we must discuss the metaphysics of the soul, attempt to define it, and throw up our hands in frustration. But then things take a turn to the personal and vulnerable as we each take a turn earnestly answering the question! Mentioned in the Episode: The 21 Grams Experime…
 
Sam and Emma host Kate Aronoff, climate reporter for the New Republic, to discuss the developments coming out of the COP27 conference in Egypt. Then, they are joined by Jonah Furman of Labor Notes and author of the Who Gets The Bird? newsletter on SubStack to discuss the recent labor updates across the country, including the impending U.S. federal …
 
In this episode of the PRS Global Open Keynotes Podcast, Zachary Koenig BS, Joshua Henderson MD and Sebastian Brooke MD discuss resident ambassadors discuss the potential use of spaced repetition in plastic surgery education. This episode discusses the following PRS Global Open article: “Creating a Spaced Repetition Model to Supplement Education in…
 
The day has finally arrived! The CAF crew is doing a LISTENER STORIES episode (well, at least half are listener stories). Join us as we read through a few situations you have experienced and a few others from Reddit. If you'd like to submit your own stories go to the contact section on our website or send an email to christianafpodcast@gmail.com EP…
 
We ran into a roadblock yesterday on the path to revival: many Christians don't believe they can have a demon. If you want to be part of the revival that is now springing up in America, you must accept the possibility that you have demons. In this podcast, I will tell you why this matters so much. ❤️ SHOW YOUR SUPPORT - LINKS BELOW... ➡️ DONATE ➡️ …
 
Coming out of Thanksgiving week, we thought it was a good time to reshare our first WITHpod episode all about fitness. Fitness guru, writer and self-described “Swole Woman” Casey Johnston has written, “a lot of health content is focused on blowing smoke up you’re a-- about jade eggs and vitamins and toxin-dispersing cellulite-curing silver-thread l…
 
Alisha reflects on her investigation into archiving sparked by the Gwillim Archive and draws on her experiences as a journalist to help reframe the value of these letters and paintings from colonial-era India. To close out the podcast, Alisha turns to the present day, thinks about how we talk about lived experience and asks: Where does the responsi…
 
Second-gen Canadians across the South Asian diaspora are documenting our rich histories in innovative and accessible ways, thereby creating digital archives of our own ancestries. These platforms are increasingly occupying space online, symbolizing the very purpose of their creation: that history, personal and shared, is multidimensional. It is an …
 
How did The Gwillim Project become a valuable piece of research in the first place? Who decides what archival material is valuable anyway, and what qualifies as an archive? Alisha explores these questions with Lauren Williams, a librarian in the Rare Books and Special Collections department at McGill. Dr. Toolika Gupta, the director of the Indian I…
 
How do we, millennials, and the Canadian South Asian diaspora more broadly, archive life online? What would historians say about the digital remnants we leave behind about ourselves on social media, say, 100 years from now? Alisha introduces us to The Gwillim Project — a body of research housed at McGill University that offers us a glimpse into the…
 
A podcast focusing on ideas around archiving practices used by South Asians to collect, preserve and reconstruct family and community histories. These topics are viewed through a journalistic inquiry and interviews, and driven by South Asian female voices.By Alisha Sawhney, Kanika Codrington, Steph Colbourn, editaudio, McGill University
 
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