Best The Liturgists podcasts we could find (Updated May 2019)
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In this episode, Michael Gungor asks leading theologians, scholars, teachers two questions: “Does God exist,” and “Who or what is God?”Guests on this episode include, Richard Rohr, Diana Butler Bass, Amy-Jill Levine, Sharon Salzberg, Reza Aslan, Science Mike, William Matthews, and Hillary McBride. Fr. Richard Rohr is a globally recognized ecume ...…
 
Science Mike, William Matthews, and Hillary McBride talk with Michael Gungor about his newest book, THIS. As Michael shares, letting go of the stories that defined his identity and value in the world led him and his family on a wild and painful journey through atheism, mysticism, betrayal, loss, medical issues, moving trucks, and thousands of o ...…
 
Hillary McBride and Science Mike talk about learning to cope with change, growth, and intimacy.Want to see Michael Gungor and Science Mike this May? Tickets for their summer tour are on sale now.By The Liturgists Network.
 
Hillary McBride, William Matthews, Science Mike, and Michael Gungor talk with Richard Rohr about The Universal Christ--Fr. Rohr’s latest book. You can learn more about the book here. You can get the audiobook for The Universal Christ for free using our Audible affiliate link. Learn more here.By The Liturgists Network.
 
Hillary McBride, William Matthews, Science Mike, and Michael Gungor talk with Richard Rohr about The Universal Christ--Fr. Rohr’s latest book. You can learn more about the book here. You can get the audiobook for The Universal Christ for free using our Audible affiliate link. Learn more here.By The Liturgists Network.
 
We’re discussing fear in an episode that was recorded live at The Liturgists Gathering in Nashville, TN. Special thanks to Jamie Lee Finch for joining us. We’re going on tour! Join Science Mike and Michael Gungor for Tabs & Wafers. Tickets are on sale now--visit our events page for more information.By The Liturgists Network.
 
This week we're talking with Sharon Salzberg. Sharon is a central figure in the field of meditation, a world-renowned teacher and NY Times bestselling author. She has played a crucial role in bringing meditation and mindfulness practices to the West and into mainstream culture since 1974, when she first began teaching. She is the co-founder of ...…
 
We're talking with Bushi Yamato Damashii this week to kick off a new series on Buddhism. Bushi is a Buddhist monk and lead resident teacher at Daishin Zen Buddhist Temple in Thomasville, North Carolina. Bushi is also the Vice-president and Zen monk at Still Water Farms Retreat Center in Franklinville, NC. A former Christian minister and pastor, ...…
 
We've got another podcast called The Alien & The Robot that's available exclusively to our Patrons. But, as we work on Season 5, we've got some big news to share on multiple fronts. So, please enjoy a "behind the scenes" look at what The Liturgists are up to. Here's some links you may want: End of the World Tour The Liturgists NEW SOCIAL PLATFORM…
 
Propaganda, the Brilliance, and Gungor talk about their upcoming tour. Plus, Propaganda and Alma from the Red Couch Podcast tell us about their upcoming series on intersectionality, It's Complicated.By The Liturgists Network.
 
To close out Season 4 of The Liturgists Podcast, we look back at some of the highlights from The Liturgists Podcast so far (as selected by our community on Patreon). We're hiring an Associate Producer. You can learn more here.By The Liturgists Network.
 
In this episode, we talk about the story behind Kosmos, the latest record by William Matthews.By The Liturgists Network.
 
In the final episode of our Christian series, William Matthews tells Michael Gungor why he should be a Christian.By The Liturgists Network.
 
This week, Fr. Richard Rohr joins William Matthews, Michael Gungor, and Hillary McBride to explore the question: What is a Christian? We'd love to see you at The Liturgists Gathering in Minneapolis or Nashville this Novemeber.By The Liturgists Network.
 
This week Michael Gungor and Science Mike talk with Lisa Gungor and Jenny McHargue about what Christianity is. We'd love to see you at The Liturgists Gathering in London, Minneapolos, or Nashville this year.By The Liturgists Network.
 
This is the first in a weekly series where we explore two seemingly simple questions: "Do you identify as a Christian," and, "Why or why not."Our guest on this episode is Jennifer Knapp. We'll be in London, Minneapolis and Nashville for The Liturgists Gathering this fall. We'd love to see you there.By The Liturgists Network.
 
This is the first in a weekly series where we explore two seemingly simple questions: "Do you identify as a Christian," and, "Why or why not."Our guest on this episode is Rachel Held Evans. Her new book about the Bible is called Inspired. We'll be in London, Minneapolis and Nashville for The Liturgists Gathering this fall. We'd love to see you ...…
 
Here's a sample of our latest project: a new weekly podcast for folks who support us on Patreon called The Alien & The Robot.By The Liturgists Network.
 
As a followup to Woman, this episode explores masculinity and male identity in a culture striving for equality.By The Liturgists Network.
 
This podcast was recorded at The Liturgists Gathering in Austin, TX.If you're interested in hosting The Liturgists Gathering, let us know.By The Liturgists Network.
 
In this episode, we're talking about Lisa Gungor's new book, called The Most Beautiful Thing I've Seen.By The Liturgists Network.
 
A look at how social media impacts advocay, mental health, community building, and our view of the world.By The Liturgists Network.
 
As we gear up for The Liturgists Gathering in Austin, TX, here's a bonus episode from our Patreon podcast.By The Liturgists Network.
 
Hillary, William, Michael, and Mike discuss spirtulity beyond the reach of language.By The Liturgists Network.
 
This episode is about the spiritual gift of speaking in tongues, as explored through the perspectives of science, art, and faith.By The Liturgists Network.
 
TRIGGER WARNING: The interview with Christopher West in Part 2 could be triggering to members of the LGBTQIA+ community. It's included so people with non-affiriming viewpoints on LGBTQIA+ on sexuality are prompted to examine the implications of that worldview, but we encourge our listners to use discretion before listening to that segment. In t ...…
 
In this episode, we’re talking about how to discern what is right and healthy for people in sexual activity. We’d like to thank our guests on this episode, and we encourage you to check out their work. Bromliegh McCleneghan, Author of Good Christian SexDarren Calhoun, Artist and SpeakerChristopher West, Author, Speaker, Teacher and Expert in Jo ...…
 
In this episode, we’re discussing body image–how we view our bodies and the bodies of others. For more, check out Hillary’s book.By The Liturgists Network.
 
Who are you? Is the body a transport vessel for the brain? This episode tackles the idea of emboidment, and our complex relationships with our own bodies.By The Liturgists Network.
 
What does it mean to be an Evangelical today? We talk with Matthew Vines from The Reformation Project as well as author/speaker Jen Hatmaker about Evangelicalism in 2018.By The Liturgists Network.
 
What does it mean to be an Evangelical today? We talk with Matthew Vines from The Reformation Project as well as author/speaker Jen Hatmaker about Evangelicalism in 2018.By The Liturgists Network.
 
On this episode, we welcome two new hosts to the podast: William Matthews and Hillary McBride. Plus, we uncover the hottest new band in worship music, Abraham's Bosom.By The Liturgists Network.
 
This is a bonus episode with a Loving Kindness meditation. May you find that it promotes healing in difficult times. If you'd like to try more meditations like these, join us on Patreon. If you'd like to learn more about meditation as a practice, consider our new online course about meditaiton.By The Liturgists Network.
 
This is a special live episode recorded at The Liturigsts Gathering in Seattle, WA on October 27, 2017. Thanks Hillary McBride for joining us on this episode. Her new book is available now. Special Announcement: We're starting something new next year for those of you who want to go deeper with topics we discuss on The Liturgists Podcast via vid ...…
 
We've got a special show this week, full of ghost stories and other encounters with the paranormal. Listen, if you dare.By The Liturgists Network.
 
This is a special live episode recorded at The Liturigsts Gathering in Los Angeles, CA on October 6, 2017. Thanks Christena Cleveland and David Gungor for joining us on this episode. Special Annoucenemnt: Tickets for The Liturgists Gathering in London are now on sale.By The Liturgists Network.
 
This is a special live episode recorded at The Liturigsts Gathering in Los Angeles, CA on September 15, 2017. Thanks Iris Chandler, Sarah Heath, William Matthews, Lisa Gungor, and Peter Rollins for joining us on this episode.By The Liturgists Network.
 
An exploration of what names are, how they shape us, and what happens when we change more than our label can accommodate.By The Liturgists Network.
 
While Science Mike unpacks moving boxes and Michael Gungor is on tour with Gungor, we offer this "Best of The Liturgists Conversations" episode. Want to hear more like this? Join us on Patreon.By The Liturgists Network.
 
Science Mike and Michael Gungor talk to Rob Bell about his latest book, What is the Bible.By The Liturgists Network.
 
In this episode Science Mike and Michael Gungor talk about the psychological shift that comes with seeing the Earth from space with Guy Reid and Jacob Marshall. We also spoke with climate scientist Katharine Hayhoe about the science behind climate change, and what we can do to protect life on this planet. Watch Guy’s film OVERVIEW here to learn ...…
 
In this episode, Michael Gungor and Science Mike discuss the relationship between violence and Christianity with Shane Claiborne. Check out Shane’s new book, Executing Grace.By The Liturgists Network.
 
We’ve heard thousands of stories from people who’ve been hurt by someone in their faith communities–it’s one of the most common elements among The Liturgists. In this episode we discuss spiritual trauma: what it is, how to cope with it, and how to support others through it. Michael Gungor and Science Mike spoke with Hillary McBride, Teresa Pasq ...…
 
A liturgy for the beginnging of Holy Week.If you'd like a daily resource for all of holy week, join us on Patreon.By The Liturgists Network.
 
How can we engage in effective advocacy that creates change? And how can we do so without losing hope? We talked to two experts in the world of social justice and advocacy to find out. Christena Cleveland is a social psychologist, public theologian, author and professor. She is the first Associate Professor of the Practice of Reconciliation at ...…
 
What’s fake news, and how can we spot it? This episode is about media literacy, and offers insights on how to spot fake news, as well as media bias, and skewed data. We talked with Clay Johnson, author of The Information Diet and the co-founder of Blue State Digital, the firm that built and managed Barack Obama’s online campaign for the preside ...…
 
We're producing a daily medititation for our subscribers on Patreon for Lent this year. If you'd like to join us, vist our website at http://theliturgists.com and click the "Donate Now" button to learn more.By The Liturgists Network.
 
We're talking about epistemology on this episode–the study of truth, belief, and justification. Sound boring? In the age of "fake news," this may be the most important topic we can cover.By The Liturgists Network.
 
This episode is all about ableism–the conscious and unconcious ways that people tend to discrimnate against disabled people.Ginny Owens joined us to talk about her experiences as a blind muscian living and working in Nashville. You can learn more about Ginny and her music at ginnyowens.com. Heather Avis told us about her children with Down synd ...…
 
As a follow-up to Lost & Found and The Other Side of the Mattress, we respond to our most common request: an episode on how to talk to your kids during and after faith transitions.By The Liturgists Network.
 
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