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Best Sean C. Duregger podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Sean C. Duregger podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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A lost episode has been found! In our final episode of Season 5, Marie D’Elephant joins me to discuss her story of challenging and then leaving her faith. She is one of the hosts of the Everyone’s Agnostic podcast (which is on an indefinite hiatus, but there is a wealth of episodes to listen to), and Marie has just started up a spin off show called…
 
On the season finale of Season 5, I’m honored to have Jennifer Knapp as a guest! We discuss her faith journey as well as her music. We also discuss Inside Out Faith, a non-profit Jennifer created to actively engage faith communities in order to educate, affirm and foster support of LGBTQ persons and their allies. About Jennifer Knapp: Jennifer Knap…
 
Many people see the Pro Choice vs. Pro Life debate in simple terms. Sometimes this even affects how people will vote or what political party they align themselves with. Asha Dahya seeks to change this conversation. On this episode we discuss her recently funded docuseries “Life At All Costs: Going Beyond Pro Choice Vs. Pro Life” as well has her per…
 
Halloween is upon us! I sit down with Jill Worsley to talk about her podcast At The Fire, hear ghost stories and talk about her experience as the child of a recreational ghost hunter! About Jill Worsley: Jill Worsley is the host of the podcast At The Fire along with her husband, Ben. At The Fire is a storytelling podcast focusing on the strange, we…
 
On this episode I sit down with Magister Bill M. of The Church Of Satan. We have a fantastic conversation about his journey and why the philosophies of Satanism have resonated with him. About Bill M: Bill M. is a Magister in The Church Of Satan. He also hosts a podcast over at Radio Free Satan called The Devil’s Mischief. Find Bill’s articles here.…
 
On this episode Lisa Gungor joins me to discuss her book The Most Beautiful Thing I’ve Seen and her journey of marriage, kids and viewing faith through a different lens. About Lisa Gungor: Lisa Gungor has been scribbling songs since she was seven years old. After studying art in college, she and her husband, Michael, launched the music collective k…
 
Singer/Songwriter John Mark McMillan joins us this week to discuss his faith journey, as well as tribalism, anxiety, doubt and pursuing Jesus no matter where it takes him. About John Mark McMillan: John Mark McMillan is something of an anomaly: an artist and Platinum-selling songwriter bending genres and defying categorization by carving out his ow…
 
On this episode, Michael Gungor stops by to discuss music, life, faith, ego and deconstruction. About Michael Gungor: Michael and Lisa Gungor are curators of the Grammy-nominated musical collective simply known as Gungor. The duo uses their skills as accomplished song writers and multi-instrumentalists to tell honest and forthright stories – some p…
 
This week my old friend Josiah Hesse drops by to talk about his new book Carnality: Sebastian Phoenix and the Dark Star out now on Suspect Press. We discuss his Carnality series, atheism, Evangelicalism, Christian music, the Exvangelical movement and a whole lot more. About Josiah Hesse: Josiah is a freelance journalist in Denver, Colorado. He writ…
 
This week we wrap up (for now) the LGBTQ+ Conversations with an exploration of gender. I am joined by Alex Iantaffi to discuss his journey as well as the research behind understanding gender identity. About Alex Iantaffi: Alex Iantaffi, PhD, MS, LMFT is a licensed marriage and family therapist, supervisor, sex therapist, scholar and Editor-in-Chief…
 
We are continuing our series called “Coming Out.” Throughout the rest of the year, you will hear personal stories from the LBGTQ Community about the impact of embracing who they are. This episode Kylie Justine and BJ Colangelo share their stories and we hear from an anonymous listener email. If you have a story/perspective you’d like to share the i…
 
Jay Bakker returns to dive a little deeper into his continued message of inclusion, love and grace. We also discuss mental health, parenthood, marriage and doubt. About Jay Bakker: Jay Bakker lives in Minneapolis, Minnesota, where he is pastor of Revolution, a church that meets in a bowling alley and has a worldwide online audience. Jay speaks to c…
 
This week we begin an informal series called “Coming Out.” Throughout the rest of the year, you will hear personal stories from the LBGTQ Community about the impact of embracing who they are and celebrating true freedom. This episode I sit down with John Doolan and Brady Hardin to hear their stories. If you have a story/perspective you’d like to sh…
 
What happens when you put an evangelical minister and a lesbian comedian together in a van? An event for anyone who believes that love and laughter can change the world. The fight for civil rights is in full force in 2017, with a slew of discriminatory laws rearing their ugly heads in Southern states all over the U.S. People of the LGBT community a…
 
Mimetic Theory, Monsters, Hell and God collide on today’s Armchair Philosopher Podcasts. Hellbound? Director Kevin Miller joins the conversation to discuss a class he was preparing called Mimetic Theory & Monsters. The class would eventually be cancelled because of events outside his control, but it’s a very eye-opening conversation and one that Ke…
 
BJ Colangelo is a survivor. Raised in Chicago, IL, she now resides in Cleveland, OH where she writes about horror films, creates her own films and is continuing to kick cancer’s ass. BJ joins me to discuss her battle with Pancreatic Cancer and how Horror films helped in many aspects of her healing and empowerment. About BJ Colangelo: BJ Colangelo i…
 
I wasn’t a fan of Patreon’s changing pricing structure, so I took it all down. In 2018, I’ll be re-structuring “premium” content for those who are interested in The AxPx Diaries continuing or for those who just want to financially support The AxPx Podcast. Look for a “Patron Saint” page launching soon. Until then, check out the handful of AxPx Diar…
 
We continue with our series Ask Me About My Feminist Agenda and this week my wife joins in on the fun! Jennifer and I have a candid conversation about her childhood, church background, time in Bible School and how her faith journey has impacted her perspective as a feminist. Credits: “Rain” by Khovatic from the album The Sound of Lights When Dim (2…
 
I wasn’t a fan of Patreon’s changing pricing structure, so I took it all down. In 2018, I’ll be re-structuring “premium” content for those who are interested in The AxPx Diaries continuing or for those who just want to financially support The AxPx Podcast. Look for a “Patron Saint” page launching soon. Until then, check out the handful of AxPx Diar…
 
We continue with our series Ask Me About My Feminist Agenda and are delighted to have The Rev. Wil Gafney back on the podcast. Her unique approach to The Bible in regards to Race, Gender, Ethnicity and Culture have been a blessing in my own “faith journey.” We discuss her ideas on Feminism, Race and Politics as well as her book Womanist Midrash: A …
 
I wasn’t a fan of Patreon’s changing pricing structure, so I took it all down. In 2018, I’ll be re-structuring “premium” content for those who are interested in The AxPx Diaries continuing or for those who just want to financially support The AxPx Podcast. Look for a “Patron Saint” page launching soon. Until then, check out the handful of AxPx Diar…
 
We begin a new series called Ask Me About My Feminist Agenda this week! Lauren R. E. Larkin and Sarah Taras from the Ezer Uncaged podcast help me kick off the conversation. This episode we discuss Feminism from a Progressive Christian perspective focusing on gender roles, sexuality and their place in “The Church”. Show Notes: About Ezer Uncaged: Ez…
 
I wasn’t a fan of Patreon’s changing pricing structure, so I took it all down. In 2018, I’ll be re-structuring “premium” content for those who are interested in The AxPx Diaries continuing or for those who just want to financially support The AxPx Podcast. Look for a “Patron Saint” page launching soon. Until then, check out the handful of AxPx Diar…
 
When I had the idea for this series “Processing Belief Through Music,” I wrote out a wish list of songwriters I’d want to speak to. David Bazan was at the top of my list. His songwriting has been a major part of my personal soundtrack for over a decade now. Scheduling an interview proved that perseverance can be damn hard, but rewarding. As I spoke…
 
I wasn’t a fan of Patreon’s changing pricing structure, so I took it all down. In 2018, I’ll be re-structuring “premium” content for those who are interested in The AxPx Diaries continuing or for those who just want to financially support The AxPx Podcast. Look for a “Patron Saint” page launching soon. Until then, check out the handful of AxPx Diar…
 
Our series “Processing Belief Through Music” continues as Derek Webb joins me to discuss his music, upcoming album and his tumultuous relationship with Christianity. Derek is currently working his new as-of-now Untitled album. For information regarding tour dates and eventual album release I suggest following him on Twitter @derekwebb and visit der…
 
I wasn’t a fan of Patreon’s changing pricing structure, so I took it all down. In 2018, I’ll be re-structuring “premium” content for those who are interested in The AxPx Diaries continuing or for those who just want to financially support The AxPx Podcast. Look for a “Patron Saint” page launching soon. Until then, check out the handful of AxPx Diar…
 
TW Walsh kicks off our series “Processing Belief Through Music.” I’ve been a fan of his music since discovering The Soft Drugs in 2008. Before that, TW spent time on the road and in the studio as a member of Pedro The Lion. Since he didn’t grow up around “Christian Culture,” his insights as an outsider looking in are valuable. His new album Terribl…
 
This episode I sit down with beloved character actor Stephen Tobolowsky (Groundhog Day, Silicon Valley, Heroes just to name a few) to discuss his new book My Adventures With God. You can buy Stephen’s book here: Hardcover Audio Book Credits: “Nebraska” by The Candlepark Stars from the album Very Big Sky “The Sin We Live In” by Slow Dancing Society …
 
More than any other science fiction property, it can be argued that Star Trek has been influential on culture, science, religion and philosophy. I feel as if I’ve known Captain Kirk, Spock, Scotty, Bones, Uhura, Sulu and Checkov longer than Mickey Mouse or Donald Duck. While Star Wars was a cornerstone to my fascination with Science Fiction and Fan…
 
This week we take things to space as I sit down with Richard Garriott to discuss video game development and space travel! Richard Garriott de Cayeux is a founding father of the videogame industry and the commercial spaceflight industry, a flown astronaut, and an accomplished explorer. [RichardGarriott.com] Richard is currently finishing up developm…
 
We’re back! I’m thrilled to finally be back to doing this podcast. This episode dives into The Second Naïveté and are joined on the podcast by Michael Hardin and Margaret Placentra Johnston to help lay the groundwork. Rob Davis then joins me as we attempt to unpack this very important concept of our Deconstruction and Spiritual Journey. Michael Har…
 
I have a conversation with Bob McDonald about his journey through most of the major religions and his decision to start up a church of his own: The Gnostic Church Of Dharma And Virtue. Visit the Gnostic Church Of Dharma And Virtue on Facebook. Check out the church’s companion book: Volume of Sacred Law Things discussed on the show: Erich von Dänike…
 
Rob Davis returns to the show in an impromptu discussion about life on the other side of his journey from full-time ministry 6 years ago to normal, every day life. When anyone “deconstructs” their faith there is a natural progression that takes place, very similar to the various steps of grief. Rob and I talk about our journey’s and how we’re much …
 
As we near Halloween, ghost stories are on everyone’s minds. This week I have a conversation with Ghost Hunter Ray Friis. We discuss the paranormal, demonic activity and even the Catholic Church’s real life exorcism division. Links: Iowa Priest Chosen To Become Exorcist http://www.desmoinesregister.com/story/news/2014/02/22/iowa-priest-chosen-to-be…
 
The AxPx is back! After a hiatus that went far too long, I am very happy to be in a place in my life where I can bring this podcast back. This week I talk to Blake Collier about Horror movies and how he approaches these films as a Christian. Music by Maritime and The Cordova Academy Glee Club. Blake Collier has been writing off and on for a few yea…
 
Daniel G. Harmann is the founding member of the band The Trouble Starts. I have a history with his music since about 2010 when I discovered his album “Risk.” Since then, I’ve wanted to get the chance to interview him and the stars finally aligned. Here is my candid conversation with Daniel G. Harmann. Show Notes Support Daniel & his music HERE The …
 
We’re back! I know, you’ve missed us. Welcome to Season 2 of The AxPx Podcast. I’ve been wanting to get this going again for some time, but life always seemed to get in the way. This week I talk to an old friend of mine, Mike Wittig. He’s just launched Wittig Works a personal training service and his band Pillar is writing their first album in many…
 
Tim was born in Taiwan, but at the age of 10, legally moved to Miami with his mother and sister, where they lived for seven years (with a good chunk of that time also spent in Ecuador) before a legal mess ensued, forcing them to return to Taiwan. They managed to make their way to Canada, and then back into the U.S., but were forced to live in fear …
 
On June 19th, Exodus International (a Christian “Gay Therapy” organization well known for their “Pray The Gay Away” strategies) announced that they were closing up shop. This announcement was came by way of Alan Chambers, president of Exodus International with a blog post simply titles “I Am Sorry.” Chambers then announced a day later at the 38th A…
 
Greg Horton (@expastor) joins us this week to discuss skepticism and theology. We piggyback off of last week’s podcast with Tripp Fuller, so I suggest you give that one a listen before this one. Enjoy! Show Notes: Greg Horton interviews Trip Fuller Suggested Reading: Christian America?: Perspectives on Our Religious Heritage Schools Of Theology: Ca…
 
These past couple of months have peaked our curiosity in Process Theology. So, we enlisted the help of Tripp Fuller from the Homebrewed Christianity and the Theology Nerd Throwdown podcasts to explain to us what the hell “Process Theology” actually is. The result? We’ve barely scratch the surface. Enjoy! Show Notes: Guest: Tripp Fuller Website: Hom…
 
The AxPx Podcast is a year old! Wow. I had no idea it would last this long. Joey and I reflect on how we’ve grown this past year. We’re both more comfortable in our skins and realize that a sense of community is to thank for that. We’re both looking forward to the conversations we’re lining up for the rest of 2013. Enjoy! Show Notes: During the pod…
 
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