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In October of 2015, Mike Erre launched the VOX Podcast upon a season of struggling with the church's efforts to represent who Jesus is, what he's done, and what he is doing on this earth today. Committed to Talk About Anything, Mike quickly engaged into many of culture's most challenging conversations around the LGBTQ community, American politics, church politics, and Christian culture's catastrophe of marginalizing the very people that Jesus himself would associate with. Learn more at www.v ...
 
An in-depth examination of the culture and politics of Christian Nationalism and Evangelicalism by two ex-evangelical ministers-turned-religion professors. If you have ever wondered what social and historical forces led white evangelicals to usher Donald Trump into the White House this is the show for you. As former insiders and critical scholars of religion, Dan Miller and Bradley Onishi have a unique perspective on the Religious Right. Guests have included Chrissy Stroop, R. Marie Griffith ...
 
As a Christian, I am persuaded that the good news of Jesus Christ offers a better story to the more popular narratives we hear in our culture.Instead of pushing the good news of Jesus to the periphery of society I want to encourage us to engage with it once more. I’m convinced that in the person and work of Jesus Christ we uncover a story that is more true and beautiful and satisfying then we have perhaps realised.
 
Great Moments in Weed History delves deep into humanity's 10,000+ year relationship with cannabis (a.k.a. marijuana) to find the humor, heart, and historical importance of this very special plant. In each episode, co-hosts Abdullah and Bean blaze joints, crack jokes, and explore everything from the night Willie Nelson smoked a joint on the roof of the White House and Maya Angelou's life-changing first time getting stoned to how cannabis influenced ancient cultures..
 
Practical things every Christian should know and do with Muslims (and people of other faiths and cultures.) Join Host's Renod and Karen Bejjani, co-founders of iHOPE Ministries, as they inspire and empower “every day” Believers to take an active role in the great commission through powerful real-life story-telling and road-tested principals that are easy to remember and simple to do. Get more resources at www.iHOPEministries.org.
 
HoboTrashcan editor Joel Murphy and his longtime friend Lars Periwinkle discuss the latest in pop culture and their lives. With a slew of celebrity interviews under his belt and his access to television and movie screeners, Joel offers a knowledgeable perspective on pop culture while Lars is the voice of the people ... provided that the people are really into Batman, Doctor Who and Star Wars.
 
The New Testament describes the life of Jesus, but nothing is said of his life between the ages of 14 and 29. Notovitch, like so many historians, tries to find evidence of what happened to Jesus during those years. He claims to have found the answer in an old document describing the life of Saint Issa. "The Unknown Life of Jesus Christ" is a copy of the manuscript along with Notovitch's reflections on his findings. It will take you on a journey to an unexpected land, linking people, cultures ...
 
The Comedy Podcast that joins hands across the Atlantic Ocean with two Americans and a Brit. We cover a range of topics from bad movies, weird news stories, plumb the depths of pop culture, and reveal way too much about ourselves. There's also usually monkeys mentioned. Why? Because monkeys are funny. Also, we edit. The cast includes Belasco (the resident nerd), Booze (the witty Brit), and Professor Chuck Turtleman (animal expert). The SFJ Podcast has on an array of regular guests and friend ...
 
Jason Gregory is a philosopher and teacher specializing in Eastern and Western philosophy, comparative religion, psychology, cognitive science, and ancient cultures. He is the author of Emotional Intuition for Peak Performance, Effortless Living, Fasting the Mind, Enlightenment Now, and The Science and Practice of Humility. He is also the documentary filmmaker of The Art of Effortless Living, Effortless Action, and The Yugas. In this podcast, Jason and his wife and co-host Gayoung will decon ...
 
After 20 years of working in Asia, and growing up in South America, I’ve spent my life living in several countries around the world, getting to know people of different cultures, speaking different languages, and learning to appreciate different ways of living this human life. This podcast is a celebration of differences, and a space to discuss how in learning about our differences we discover how we all can benefit from simply listening to and learning from each other. Join us on a deep div ...
 
In an era of political division and polarized debate, we are losing our ability to hear each other. The volume of our disagreements is at an all-time high, while our ability to communicate with kindness and empathy is at an all-time low. This podcast seeks to change that by engaging people from different backgrounds and beliefs in good old-fashioned conversation. Listen in as Rabbi Michael Beyo and anthropologist Dr. Adrian McIntyre spend time listening, sharing, and discovering common groun ...
 
Ephesiology [n. ih·fē·zē·äləʒē]: The Study of the Ephesian Movement Studying the Christian Movement in Ephesus is a community conversation about the most significant church-planting movement in the early church, with 40 percent of the New Testament texts relating to it. What made that city the epicenter of the movement? And how can we replicate sustained movements in a world that feels so different? This is not another methodology or attempt to re-contextualize evangelicalism. Rather, it is ...
 
Counterculture: (noun) coun·ter·cul·ture \ˈkau̇n-tər-ˌkəl-chər\ a culture with values and customs that are very different from and usually opposed to those accepted by most of society; also : the people who make up a counterculture. I’m a blogger producing videos and podcasts that report news and analysis in the sole pursuit of truth. Independent of corporate influence and a political agenda, I think of my reports as an experiment in objectivity. Considering that so much of today’s news repo ...
 
This is a collection of Bob Dye's timeless messages recorded between 1987 and 2004. Bob Dye was an active member and Deacon/Elder of Noelridge Park Church since he and his wife Coral moved to Cedar Rapids, Iowa, in 1970. Bob L. Dye was born on March 15, 1937 in Gowanda, a small town in rural western New York State. He was the third child of Ralph and Marian Scott Dye. Bob grew up on a dairy farm on Dye Road in South Dayton, NY. A devoted Christian, Bob graduated from Roberts Wesleyan College ...
 
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Today it is hard to know what to believe. A recent Gallup pole revealed seven out of ten Americans do not trust the major news networks. The media is seen as a political manipulation machine instead a source of unvarnished truth. Even more prevalent than the deception of today’s media is the religious deception around us. Satan is working hard to d…
 
In light of recent events we are re-releasing Dan's interview with Chrissy Stroop, who helps explain the Evangelical obsession with Israel. One of the main themes is how Evangelicals profess love for Israel based on their need for it theologically, but rarely attend to the actual lives or politics of Jewish people. They explain how this works throu…
 
Have you ever lacked words for sharing your faith? Kim, an elementary teacher in America’s heartland always felt shy. Then the Spirit gave her words to say and she led three Buddhist women to Christ. Listen and be encouraged. To sign up for iHOPE's eNewsletter and get the downloadable prayer, visit www.iHOPEministries.org.…
 
Republicans removed Liz Cheney from her leadership post in the House of Representatives yesterday. In The Daily Article for May 13, 2021, Dr. Jim Denison explains political divisions in our culture as well as motivations behind the conflict in Israel and opposition to biblical morality in America, then he closes with the path to God's best purpose …
 
Brad discusses something that has been bothering him since his Twitter spat with Timothy Keller: Why are all the Reformed Theo-Bros always talking about worldviews. Brad unpacks the buzz words they use to uncover the will to power, the righteous arrogance, and the relativism at the heart of this theological system. After listening to this you will …
 
The Department of Health and Human Services has announced that it will require healthcare organizations to provide transgender services such as sex-change procedures. In The Daily Article for May 12, 2021, Dr. Jim Denison explains this announcement in its historical and cultural context, discusses a book that is being called "the most important cul…
 
After more than a year of our lives being upended by a global pandemic we've gotten used to a certain type of figure saying that they're just going to follow the science. While this is better than sticking one's head in the sand or ignoring medical science, it is also insufficient for the significant social and political interests that need to be w…
 
Rocket attacks and violent riots are escalating in Jerusalem. In The Daily Article for May 11, 2021, Dr. Jim Denison explains the historic and cultural background behind the ongoing conflict, then he identifies the one path to true and lasting peace. The Daily Article is written and narrated by Dr. Jim Denison. To receive The Daily Article in your …
 
The seven seals reveal more than simply the four horsemen of the apocalypse. Join us this week on the Ephesiology Podcast as Dr. Feiser, Dr. Harris, and Dr. Cooper discuss what seal 5 reveals about Jesus’ disciples. While the septets (seven seals, trumpets, and bowls) describe the mounting political, economic, and social upheaval, there is hope for…
 
In this dialogue, Tony and Justin wrestle with the age-old question: Why does disciple making have to be so hard!? “The Church is looking for better methods; God is looking for better men.” “What the Church needs today is not more machinery or better, not new organizations or more and novel methods, but men whom the Holy Ghost can use -- men of pra…
 
Karen Gonzalez is a speaker, writer, public theologian, and immigrant advocate, who herself immigrated from Guatemala as a child. Karen is a former public school teacher and attended Fuller Theological Seminary, where she studied theology and missiology. For the last 12 years, she has been a non-profit professional, currently working for World Reli…
 
This Present Darkness. No, this is not a review of everyone’s favorite Christian fantasy book from the 80’s (though it is referenced here). Today we continue the series on Old Creation vs. new Creation by dipping our toes into the spiritual realm of the conversation. Mike begins an exploration of Genesis 1, and how we are to interpret the lights, E…
 
A new Gallup survey found that the proportion of Americans who consider themselves members of a church, synagogue, or mosque has dropped below 50% for the first time in American history. In 1999, around 70% of Americans attended a church, synagogue, or mosque--today it's just 47%. Bishop Barron and Brandon discuss these results, what they mean, and…
 
Brad speaks with Dr. Philip Gorski, Professor of Sociology and Religious Studies at Yale University. They preview his new co-authored book (with Sam Perry) on the history and future of Christian nationalism in the United States. Professor Gorski illuminates how White Christian nationalism has been part of the American fabric since the Puritans. One…
 
The Rainbow Disney Collection features T-shirts, Mickey Mouse ears, mugs, and baby apparel adorned with rainbows in anticipation of LGBTQ Pride Month. In The Daily Article for May 10, 2021, Dr. Jim Denison reports on this and other ways TV networks are introducing LGBTQ ideology to children, explores why Christians must imitate Christ to be change …
 
On September 11, 2001, American was attacked by terrorists that flew planes into the World Trade Center. Thankfully one of the highjacked planes did not reach its intended target. It crashed in a field in Pennsylvania. The famous last words from that flight were spoken by Todd Beamer as he and the other passengers tried to regain control of the pla…
 
In this podcast, we will explore the evolution of perception that we experience in our consciousness as a result of the spiritual process. This is a multifaceted topic which requires us to delve into the occult proverb of order out of chaos and the number 33 and why they are significant and relate to enlightenment, the chakra system, and the mythol…
 
Brad and Dan examine the competing ideals often put forth by the GOP: 1) Be an individualist who thinks for herself vs. 2) work to unite the country behind a common cause. They discuss how these ideals are often contradicted by the GOP's actions and policies. First, they look at the ouster of Liz Cheney for thinking for herself by opposing Trump's …
 
A mother in New Jersey invited other women to add to the journal she began during the pandemic, creating the now global "Traveling Diary." In The Daily Article for May 7, 2021, Dr. Jim Denison tells her story, then we focus on some challenges mothers face, God's promise of strength and encouragement, and a step we can take to experience the spiritu…
 
May the 4th has become a Star Wars celebration day. So Joel Murphy and Lars Periwinkle spend May the 6th looking at the state of Star Wars films. They question Disney’s decision to fire Phil Lord and Christopher Miller from Solo, considering how well they did with Spider-man: Into the Spider-verse and The Mitchells vs. The Machines, and wonder if D…
 
Rabbi Michael Beyo and Dr. Adrian McIntyre talk with Pastor Dan Hoeger about leading a diverse congregation, Lutheran theology, and how to deal with the problematic legacy of Martin Luther's antisemitism. Dan Hoeger is the senior pastor of All Saints Lutheran Church in north Phoenix. He has been a pastor in the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Americ…
 
Curious about how Muslims approach prayer? During Ramadan, prayer is an especially hot topic for Muslims. Their prayers in this season are more important than any other time. Yet their prayers are not like yours. They are searching for what makes your prayers different. And you have something they are looking for. This episode is packed with storie…
 
Bill and Melinda Gates announced this week that they are divorcing after twenty-seven years of marriage. In The Daily Article for May 6, 2021, Dr. Jim Denison describes the potential global ramifications of their decision, then he focuses on the priority of marriage, the threat of sexual temptation, and a commitment that will empower our marriages,…
 
Where is the GOP headed four months after an attempted coup? Even further down the rabbit hole of authoritarianism. In the wake of his jarring interview with Dr. Sarah Riccardi-Swartz on fascism in rural America, Brad shows that these anti-democratic impulses are not limited to fringe pockets of the country. They are at the heart of the contemporar…
 
A recent poll indicates that Americans are more optimistic than we have been in fifteen years. In The Daily Article for May 5, 2021, Dr. Jim Denison reports on this and other stories that show the good news and the bad news of our fallen nature, then he discusses the danger of "untethered sympathy" and calls us to trust God's word and his transform…
 
In this dialogue, Tony and Justin explore the differences between leadership and discipleship. Some are called to lead, everyone is called to make disciples! Disciple making cultures need to be led by leaders who are disciples. Takeaway: We are called to be and make disciples, not leaders Action Step: If you are a leader, are you a disciple? If you…
 
The portrait that John paints in the book of Revelation often appears strange and unusual to the modern reader. The living creatures with multiple eyes and wings surrounding the throne can become a distraction from the real scope of Revelation 4 and 5. On today’s podcast, Dr. Harris, Dr. Feiser, and Dr. Cooper dive into the imagery of these two not…
 
An epidemiologist who is also a pastor's wife has received death threats for encouraging people to become vaccinated against COVID-19. In The Daily Article for May 4, 2021, Dr. Jim Denison tells her story, explains the need for Christian courage today, and invites us to take four steps that will empower our faith and influence. Written and narrated…
 
Kristin Kobes Du Mez is Professor of History and Gender Studies at Calvin University. She holds a PhD from the University of Notre Dame and her research focuses on the intersection of gender, religion, and politics. She has written for the Washington Post, NBC News, Religion News Service, Christianity Today, and The Daily Beast, and has been interv…
 
Rethinking Sin & Salvation. This episode is meaty. We start out by answering two questions that were sent in, dealing with different elements that have been discussed in this series:On the topic of disagreeing over mask wearing, sometimes vehemently: How do we hold people in both love and accountability?And then, how do we lead worship(and worship …
 
Brad speaks with Dr. Sarah Riccardi-Swartz, Postdoctoral Fellow at the Recovering Truth Project (Arizona State University) about her recent article, "The Hybridity of Rural Fascism." She discusses the Evangelical converts to Orthodoxy in rural Appalachia, at least one of which self-identifies as a fascist. She explains how the group sees Trump as t…
 
Today we share the first half of Bishop Barron's 2020 address at the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, titled “Called Into the Depths.” He discussed three sailors from the Bible: the patriarch Noah, the prophet Jonah, and our Savior Jesus Christ. The sea can be thought of as something frightening and terrifying, standing athwart the purpose…
 
A Methodist church recently confirmed a gay man who is also a drag queen as a candidate for ordained ministry. In The Daily Article for May 3, 2021, Dr. Jim Denison discusses this story, explores the question of whether President Biden should be able to receive communion, describes the urgency of personal morality for our public witness, and closes…
 
Adam Hamilton is a prolific author and the pastor of a large United Methodist Church in Leawood, Kansas. He was interviewed on the United Methodist web \site about the question, “Do you have to read the Bible literally?” His answer was that sometimes you read the Bible more literally, while other times you read the Bible less literally. For example…
 
In this one, Jesse & Anthony have the opportunity to interview Michael Nixon, the VP For Diversity & Enrollment at Andrew’s University. Michael walks us through the history of racial conflict in the SDA church, the formation of Regional Conferences, and more. Have a question you want us to discuss? Comment? Maybe you disagree with something we said…
 
In this podcast, we will explore if the world is an illusion. One of the most ancient spiritual concepts is the Sanskrit Maya, which is often translated as illusion in the sense of the material world we see. But this translation was from Europeans new to Hindu knowledge and, as a result, was translated according to a European perspective that is ma…
 
Brad and Dan discuss how racism and patriarchy stem from a desire for power and control. They relate this to comments by Rick Santorum on Native American culture, American culture, and the history of the nation. They also apply it to statements from Lyndsey Graham, who said we can't be a racist nation because we elected Obama, and Tim Scott who gav…
 
As the American media continues its response to President Biden's address to Congress, another political leader is making news for the depth of his personal faith. In The Daily Article for April 30, 2021, Dr. Jim Denison tells his story, then focuses on an unprecedented threat to the Christian faith and the pathway to transforming spiritual power. …
 
The past year has been an incredibly difficult one for restaurant owners. Many have struggled to stay open and to stay financially solvent during a global pandemic. This struggle is front and center in season 18 of Bravo’s Top Chef. It was also the motivating factor for Jamie Tran, chef and owner of Las Vegas’ The Black Sheep, to compete on the sho…
 
President Biden delivered his first joint address to Congress last night. In The Daily Article for April 29, 2021, Ryan Denison notes that, “while Americans may agree on the problems that need to be addressed, there remains a general lack of consensus on how to best address them.” Then he highlights two lessons that can help Christians better under…
 
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