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Other People's Podcast highlights your favorite podcasters, and the dope shows they created. Have you ever wondered how the world's biggest podcasters rose to the top of the charts? On OPP, we interview the world's biggest podcasters and uncover the real stories of the people behind the mic. Expect to get a glimpse across all genres of podcasting from true crime to fantasy sports and hear rare insights, dope stories, and much more!
 
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Todd H. Weir and Hugh McLeod, two leading historians of religion, have teamed up to edit a volume in the Proceedings of the British Academy that explores how conflicts between secular worldviews and religions shaped the history of the 20th century. With contributions considering case studies relating to Judaism, Christianity, Islam, atheism and com…
 
The predominantly secular focus of socialism can often obscure the parts of its ideology that reflect the elements it inherited from Western religious thinking. In Socialism as a Secular Creed: A Modern Global History (Lexington Books, 2021), Andrei Znamenski shows how this religious inheritance created elements within it that were closer in form t…
 
How can we feel at home in this world? Pragmatic Humanism Revisited: An Essay on Making the World a Home (Palgrave, 2019) offers a humanist re-reading of philosophical pragmatism and explores its potentials for a worldview that relies only on human resources. Thinking along with authors like William James and F.C.S. Schiller, it highlights a humani…
 
John Calvin's 1559 Institutes takes the reader on a journey that ends not in the celestial city but rather an ordinary, terrestrial city with all the attendant political and social secular concerns. Michelle Chaplin Sanchez, associate professor of theology at Harvard Divinity School, brings this crucial text into conversation with critical theories…
 
How Non-being Haunts Being reveals how the human world is not reducible to “what is.” Human life is an open expanse of “what was” and “what will be,” “what might be” and “what should be.” It is a world of desires, dreams, fictions, historical figures, planned events, spatial and temporal distances, in a word, absent presences and present absences. …
 
Believers: Faith in Human Nature (Norton, 2019) is a scientist's answer to attacks on faith by some well-meaning scientists and philosophers. It is a firm rebuke of the "Four Horsemen"--Richard Dawkins, Daniel Dennett, Sam Harris, and Christopher Hitchens--known for writing about religion as something irrational and ultimately harmful. Anthropologi…
 
Welcome to the Silent Giants podcast, a podcast that highlights the superstars behind the scenes of popular culture. This special episode is presented by Ancestry. This week’s episode is a little different from our traditional episodes. Our special guests on today's episode are closer to me than anyone I have interviewed - these Silent Giants are m…
 
In 2013, when the state of Oklahoma erected a statue of the Ten Commandments on the grounds of the state capitol, a group calling themselves The Satanic Temple applied to erect a statue of Baphomet alongside the Judeo-Christian tablets. Since that time, The Satanic Temple has become a regular voice in national conversations about religious freedom,…
 
Our special guest for this episode is Bimma Williams, host of the amazing podcast Claima Stories with Bimma. On this podcast Bimma interviews leading and emerging creatives of color about how they were able to break into the notoriously guarded creative and sneaker industries. In this episode Bimma chats with me about his love of podcasting, we get…
 
Our special guest for this episode is Ari Cagan, host of the amazing podcast Things You Don’t Need to Know. On this is a podcast Ari talks with experts on defusing a bomb, landing an airplane, performing open heart surgery to name a few. In this episode Ari chats with me about his love of podcasting, we get his podcasters picks, and of course, we g…
 
Phil Zuckerman's book, Society Without God: What the Least Religious Nations Can Tell Us about Contentment (2nd ed.) (New York University Press, 2020), points out that religious conservatives around the world often claim that a society without a strong foundation of faith would necessarily be an immoral one, bereft of ethics, values, and meaning. I…
 
Our special guest for this episode is Eric Marcus, host of the amazing podcast ‘Making Gay History’. This podcast gives intimate and personal portraits of both known and long-forgotten champions, heroes, and witnesses in LGBTQ history. In this episode Eric chats with me about his journey of self-discovery, we get his podcasters picks, and of course…
 
Our special guest this episode is Susan Bennett, the silent giant behind the iconic voice of Siri! Susan is a super accomplished voice over actor who has lended her voice to brands Coca Cola, IBM, Papa John's Pizza, McDonald's, AT&T, Wendy's, Goodyear, Ford, and many others but of course we most notably recognize her as Apple’s iconic voice of Siri…
 
Our special guest for this episode is Jack Rhysider, host of the amazing podcast ‘Darknet Diaries’. This podcast explores true stories of the dark side of the Internet where Jack Rhysider takes you on a journey through the chilling world of hacking, data breaches, and cyber crime. In this episode Jack chats with me about the darkside of the web, we…
 
Our special guest for this episode is Tyler Greene, host of the amazing podcast ‘This is My Family’. This podcast talks about building a life with the people we love. As a gay dad in an interracial marriage, Tyler's life is a testament to the fact that there are many ways to define family today. In this episode Tyler chats with me about his career …
 
Our special guest this episode is Siedah Garrett songwriter of one of my favorite all time songs Michael Jackson’s ‘Man in the Mirror’. Siedah’s career as an artist and songwriter began 40 years ago. She’s written songs or performed backing vocals for countless legends like Madonna, The Pointer Sisters, Quincy Jones, Donna Summers and many others. …
 
Our special guest this episode is Natalie Rivera, host of the amazing podcast ‘How I Fuck’. From what it’s like dating after experiencing trauma to what sex toys to use when you’re disabled, How I F*ck explores what sex is like for everyone. In this episode Natalie chats with me about her career in podcasting, we get her podcasters picks, and of co…
 
Our special guest this episode is literary agent Alan Nevins and celebrity chef Joey Santos, hosts of the amazing podcast ‘Two Guys from Hollywood’. Friends for more than 30 years, Alan & Joey grew up in “Hollywood” observing not just the entertainment industry but the people who flock there. Their show is a place for an honest conversation about a…
 
Our special guest this episode is Michael Kushner, host of the amazing podcast Dear Mult-Hyphenates! On this amazing show Michael speaks with artists in show business who have multiple proficiencies that cross pollinate to help flourish their careers. In this episode Michael chats with me about a multi-hyphenate work style, how he grew up in the th…
 
Our special guest this episode is Kwame Christian host of the amazing podcast “Negotiate Anything”. The best things in life are on the other side of difficult conversations. And on “Negotiate Anything” Kwame helps to make these difficult conversations easier to have by sharing the skills and mindset you need to lead, persuade, and resolve conflicts…
 
Our special guest this episode is Robert Prince, host of the amazing podcast Dark Winter Nights: True Stories from Alaska! On this amazing show Rob uncovers true Alaskan stories told by the Alaskans who experienced them. In this episode Rob chats with me about what life is like in Alaska, we get his podcasters picks and of course we get into his do…
 
A beautifully written exploration of religion's role in a secular, modern politics, by an accomplished scholar of critical theory, Migrants in the Profane: Critical Theory and the Question of Secularization (Yale University Press, 2020) takes its title from an intriguing remark by Theodor W. Adorno, in which he summarized the meaning of Walter Benj…
 
While existentialism has long been associated with Parisian Left Bank philosophers sipping cocktails in smoke-filled cafés, or with a brooding, angst-filled outlook on life, Gosetti-Ferencei shows how vital and heterogeneous the movement really was. In On Being and Becoming: An Existentialist Approach to Life (Oxford UP, 2020), Gosetti-Ferencei off…
 
Elisabeth Lasch-Quinn's new book Ars Vitae: The Fate of Inwardness and the Return of the Ancient Art of Living (University of Notre Dame Press, 2020) provides a cultural critique that connects the most pressing needs of the individual in modern society to the insights of the ancient approach to philosophy as a way of life. The wisdom of the ancient…
 
As a scientist and practicing Catholic, Dr. Sauer brings a unique perspective to several of the important issues related to finding a space for dialogue between the at times opposing fields of science and religion. Drawing on insights from Darwin, Teilhard de Chardin, Thomas Kuhn, and many others, Dr. Sauer presents a powerful and important framewo…
 
Muslim Women’s Rights: Contesting Liberal-Secular Sensibilities in Canada (Routledge 2019) By Tabassum Fahim Ruby follows the legal debates and public discussions that surrounded the proposed shari‘ah tribunals in Canada from 2003 to 2006. In her close readings and discourse analysis of the public and media scrutiny that followed this discussion, R…
 
In his new book, Hope in a Secular Age: Deconstruction, Negative Theology, and the Future of Faith (Cambridge University Press, 2020), David Newheiser argues that hope is the indispensable precondition of religious practice and secular politics. Against dogmatic complacency and despairing resignation, he argues that hope sustains commitments that r…
 
In many popular accounts of contemporary “Western” society there is an inherent contradiction between the principles underlying liberal secularism and Islam. This type of binary discourse about “religion” and “secular” naturalizes these differences and promotes the seeming rigidity of the two categories. But secularism is much messier than that. Da…
 
In his new book Fertility and Faith: The Demographic Revolution and the Transformation of World Religions (Baylor University Press, 2020), Philip Jenkins maps the demographic revolution that has taken hold of many countries around the globe in recent decades and explores the implications for the future development of the world’s religions. Demograp…
 
Our very special guest this episode is Berry, founder of Podcasts In Colors. Podcasts in Color is the largest podcast discovery platform for podcasters of color. Whether it’s true crime, travel and leisure, or pop culture PodcastsInColor.com is the one stop shop to find the dopest podcasters of color. In this episode we learn more about Berry and h…
 
Our special guest this episode is Ben Golliver host of the amazing Sports Illustrated Open Floor Podcast. From the NBA draft to the playoffs and back again, Ben Golliver and Michael Pina take you on a ride up and down the NBA standings, laying out the latest news and rumors along the way, and leaving no basketball conspiracy theory stone left untur…
 
Our special guest this episode is Dave Nadelberg host of the amazing podcast Mortified. The Mortified Podcast is a storytelling series where adults share the embarrassing things they created as kids—diaries, letters, lyrics & beyond—in front of total strangers. In this episode we learn more about Dave, we chat about a mortifying moment from his chi…
 
Our special guest this episode is Janis Putelis, producer of The MeatEater Podcast. Hosted by Steve Rinella, The MeatEater Podcast brings a deep and relevant look at all outdoor topics including hunting, fishing, nature, conservation and wild foods. Filled with humor, irreverence and things that will surprise the hell out of you, each episode welco…
 
Our special guest this episode is Heather Monahan host of the amazing podcast ‘Creating Confidence’. Looking to take your life to the next level? Each week Heather sits down to share with you the techniques and strategies to create your confidence, pursue your dreams and leapfrog the villains you'll meet along the way. In this interview we’re going…
 
Our special guest this episode is April Calahan host of the amazing podcast ‘Dressed: The History of Fashion. On this show April explores the incredibly rich and complex history behind the clothes we wear. In this interview we’re going to learn more about April, we have a great conversation about where we are in present day fashion, we get her podc…
 
Our special guest this episode is Chris Corso producer of the Minnesota Vikings hit show ‘Under Center with Kirk Cousins’. On Under Center, Vikings quarterback Kirk Cousins teams with Twin Cities legendary sports anchor Mark Rosen to deliver unique content featuring current and past Vikings players, prominent Minnesotans and folks with a personal c…
 
In his book, From Darwin to Derrida: Selfish Genes, Social Selves, and the Meanings of Life (MIT Press), evolutionary biologist David Haig explains how a physical world of matter in motion gave rise to a living world of purpose and meaning. Natural selection is a process without purpose, yet gives rise to purposeful beings who find meaning in the w…
 
Over a Thanksgiving dinner, fifty-year-old Bart Campolo announced to his famous Evangelical pastor father, Tony Campolo, that after a lifetime immersed in the Christian faith, he no longer believed in God. The revelation shook the Campolo family dynamic and forced father and son to each reconsider his own personal journey of faith—these dual spirit…
 
Our special guest this episode is Dr. Mitch Eisen, host of the amazing podcast “True Crime False Memory”. This podcast brings you true stories of innocent people who were falsely accused, mistakenly identified and put on trial for crimes they didn’t commit. In each episode, Mitch explores a different case; starting with the crime, moving though the…
 
Our special guests this episode are Erin Welsh and Erin Allman Updyke, host of the amazing show “This Podcast Will Kill You”. Okay, this podcast might not actually kill you, but it covers so many things that can. Each episode tackles a different disease, from its history, to its biology, and finally, how scared you need to be. Both Ecologists and e…
 
Pod Bless Everybody! Our special guest this episode is Kestrel Jenkins, host of the amazing podcast 'Conscious Chatter'. Conscious Chatter opens the door to conversations about our clothing and the meaning and potential impact connected to what we wear. It's a venue that allows us to continue to learn more about the garment industry and how we can …
 
Those who exit a religion—particularly one they were born and raised in—often find themselves at sea in their efforts to transition to life beyond their community. In Degrees of Separation: Identity Formation While Leaving Ultra-Orthodox Judaism (Temple UP, 2020), Schneur Zalman Newfield, who went through this process himself, interviews seventy-fo…
 
In Unbelievers: An Emotional History of Doubt (Harvard University Press, 2019), Alec Ryrie, the award-winning author of Protestants offers a new vision of the birth of the secular age, looking to the feelings of ordinary men and women―so often left out of the history of atheism. Why have societies that were once overwhelmingly Christian become so s…
 
Is modern racism a product of secularization and the decline of Christian universalism? The debate has raged for decades, but up to now, the actual racial views of historical atheists and freethinkers have never been subjected to a systematic analysis. In his new book, Race in a Godless World: Atheism, Race, and Civilization, 1850–1914, Nathan Alex…
 
Brian Greene is a Professor of Mathematics and Physics at Columbia University in the City of New York, where he is the Director of the Institute for Strings, Cosmology, and Astroparticle Physics, and co-founder and chair of the World Science Festival. He is well known for his TV mini-series about string theory and the nature of reality, including t…
 
In recent decades, the number of Americans and Canadians who identify has nonreligious has risen considerably. With nearly one quarter of Canadian and American adults identifying as nonreligious, religious "nones" represent a sizable and growing group within the Canadian and American populations. In their recent book, None of the Above: Nonreligiou…
 
John D. Caputo has a long career as one of the preeminent postmodern philosophers in America. The author of such books as Radical Hermeneutics, The Prayers and Tears of Jacques Derrida, and The Weakness of God, Caputo now reflects on his spiritual journey from a Catholic altar boy in 1950s Philadelphia to a philosopher after the death of God. Part …
 
In the contemporary philosophical landscape, a variety of materialist ontologies have appeared, all wrestling with various political and philosophical questions in light of a post-God ontology. Entering into this discussion is Adrian Johnston, with his 3-volume ​Prolegomena to Any Future Materialism​, an attempt to develop a systematic and thorough…
 
What would you do if you questioned your religious faith, but revealing that would cause you to lose your family and the only way of life you had ever known? Dr. Ayala Fader explores this question in Hidden Heretics: Jewish Doubt in a Digital Age––her new book with Princeton University Press (2020). She tells the fascinating, often heart-wrenching …
 
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