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Dr. Kurschner began a millennial series with this first episode explaining what the millennial debate is about in the first place. He explains the difference between the two major millennial rubrics: (1) the temporal view (premillennialism, amillennialism, postmillennialism) and the non-temporal view (thematic millennialism). Next week, he will des…
 
Dr. Alan Kurschner discussed the link between John 14 and Revelation 21 explaining why the Bride in the New Jerusalem will descend to earth just before the Millennium begins—and not at the end of the millennium as many interpreters believe. Links mentioned in the program: https://amzn.to/3BcP4Wy https://www.alankurschner.com/partner Related Posts: …
 
In this episode, David Edmonds from the Social Science Bites podcast interviews Professor Bev Skeggs about how social media platforms such as Facebook can track, monitor and use data about its users. Bev explains how Facebook trawls its users’ habits to collect information on people’s general browsing habits and the process of selling data to adver…
 
In this episode, a group of students from Shenzhen College discuss the issue of gig economy in China. Maggie Liu, Annie Tang and Linda Fu outline some of their experiences so far of studying Sociology, who their inspirations and favourite theorists have been and then discuss a project they completed on the issue of gig economy in China.…
 
Dr. Kurschner critiqued the post-tribulation argument that claims “at the last day” and its association with the resurrection in John 6:39–40 supports a posttrib rapture. “Now this is the will of the one who sent me—that I should not lose one person of every one he has given me, but raise them all up at the last day. For this is the will of my Fath…
 
In this episode, Matthew talks to Professor Dick Hobbs. Dick entered academic work late having worked as an office boy, labourer, dustman and schoolteacher. He trained as a sociologist at the LSE and the University of Surrey before working at the Universities of Oxford and Durham, where he held Chairs in both Sociology and Law. Dick is an urban eth…
 
Dr. Alan Kurschner responded to a popular posttribulation view that has God’s eschatological wrath of the trumpet judgements in the book of Revelation occurring before the resurrection and the rapture, which they place at the seventh trumpet. This view contradicts not only the narrative in the book of Revelation but the clear teachings of Jesus and…
 
In this episode, Matthew talks to Alicia Denby, Alicia is a Sociologist and PhD student at Manchester Metropolitan University, specialising in the research fields of intimacy, gender, modern dating practices and singlehood. Her current research looks at Love Island and its portrayal of gender and some of the problematic themes that arise in the sho…
 
In this episode, Matthew talks to Dr Paul O' Connor. Paul is a Lecturer in Sociology and Anthropology at the University of Exeter, and Adjunct Assistant Professor in Sociology at Lingnan University. His research is focussed on religion, ethnicity, and the sociology of skateboarding. He received his PhD from the University of Queensland and has live…
 
In this episode, a group of lower 6th form Sociology students from Cokethorpe school in Oxfordshire debate whether social class, gender or ethnicity cause the largest inequalities. Many thanks to Sophia May, Caitlyn Alford, Lily Todeschini, Issy Stagg, Annabelle Vallance, Edith Wannell, Heidi Robertson and to their teacher, Louise Bowden for submit…
 
In this episode, Matthew talks to Dr William Kerr from The university of Derby. Will is a lecturer in Sociology and Criminology and specialises in nationalism, social evolutionary theories, social theory and social change. Will talks about how his research applies Darwinian concepts towards understanding cultural, social and institutional change. T…
 
In this episode, Matthew talks to the journalist, writer, broadcaster and researcher - Julie Bindel. Julie writes regularly for The Guardian newspaper, the New Statesman, The Sunday Telegraph and Standpoint magazines, and appears regularly on the BBC and Sky News. Julie's focus in on issues such as rape, domestic violence, sexually motivated murder…
 
In this episode, Matthew talks to Dr Simone Kolysh. Dr Kolysh's research looks at Sex & Gender, Sexualities, Race & Ethnicity, and Urban Sociology. Dr Kolysh is past chair of the Sociologists’ LGBTQ Caucus, member of the Sociologists for Trans Justice, and chair of the Committee on Gender Equity for the Eastern Sociological Society. In this episode…
 
In this student takeover episode, Abby Reyes discusses - Is meritocracy a flawed and harmful ideal? Abby has just completed her A-levels at Sydenham School and is going on to study Sociology at university. You can also follow Abby's Sociology blog here - https://sociologywithabby.blogspot.com/By Matthew Wilkin
 
In this episode, Matthew talks to Dr Gemma Ahearne - an educator in Criminology at the University of Liverpool. Gemma values lived experience and different ways of producing knowledge. Gemma is an active researcher and teacher who has almost 20 year experience of the sex industry. You can contact Gemma on her blog, via her staff profile here - http…
 
In this episode, Matthew talks to Chloe Wakeham who is a second year PhD student at Swansea University looking at online mental health communities and identities. Chloe uses a mixed methods study (Netnography and Ethnographic content analysis) in her research of mental health discourses and language on the platforms of Twitter and Tumblr.…
 
In this episode, Nigel Warburton and David Edmonds from the Social Science Bites podcast interview Professor Ann Oakley about her classic research on childbirth. Ann explains all about her research, her methodology and her findings in her books; Motherhood (1979) and From Here to Maternity (1981). You can here more podcasts from social science bite…
 
In this episode, Matthew talks to Dr Catherine Hakim who is the author of Honey Money: The Power of Erotic Capital, Erotic Capital: The Power of Attraction in the Boardroom and the Bedroom and Supply and Desire: Sexuality and the Sex Industry in the 21st Century. Catherine talks particularly about her research and outcomes for the Honey money publi…
 
In this episode, Matthew talks to Dr Rachel Allison all the way from Mississippi about her research on women's sport. Rachel is the author of 'Kicking Center: Gender and the Selling of Women's Professional Soccer' and she takes a particular focus on the structures and formation of women's soccer leagues and the impact this can have on attendances a…
 
In this episode, Matthew talks to anti-Feminist Judith Charpentier. Judith explains why she feels that Feminism is not achieving its goals of gender equality and why it is often hypocritical in its judgments on men. Judith also questions many of the claims made by the Feminist movement and considers if many western countries truly are still patriar…
 
In this episode, Matthew talks to Dr Jenny Van Hooff from Manchester Metropolitan University. Jenny's work looks at issues of Intimacy, couples, sexual practices, commitment and in this podcast the discussion flows from how relationships have changed, the fascination with monogamy, reasons for infidelity and how traditional gender roles persist in …
 
In this episode, Matthew talks to Ali and Reece about studying A-level Sociology. Ali is currently a year 12 completing the end of year one of a two year course and Reece is now a third year degree student having completed his A-levels previous to this. Ali and Reece give their advise on how to navigate the A-level course, some tips on revision and…
 
In this episode, Matthew talks to Dr Ruth McKie about her work on climate change denial, delay and obstruction. Ruth explains how issues around climate change are controlled in the media and how those with power can push back or deny the evidence of climate change. Ruth also explains the positive changes in the movement especially in terms of the f…
 
Dr. Kurschner begins with TWO BIG announcements! Then he addressed the question of where do believers go immediately after the rapture, commenting on an overlooked passage in Isaiah 26:19–21 concerning this question. He argues that heaven is where the “inner rooms” are located and the place where the Lord comes out to punish the wicked during the e…
 
In this episode, Matthew talks to Dr Wendy Podd about the benefits of a Sociology degree. Wendy discusses some examples of famous people who have studied Sociology and then explains findings from her research on Sociology graduates in terms of what they are doing now and how they use their Sociology qualification in their current employment.…
 
In this episode, Matthew talks to Dr Mark Doidge from the University of Brighton about the proposed new European super league within the world of football. Mark outlines what the new competition was planned to look like, why it is so controversial and why it began to collapse as soon as the plans were revealed across the media. Mark applies some So…
 
In this episode, Matthew talks to Male Sexual Abuse Specialist - Phil Mitchell about men's issues and the recent explosion of misandry on social media. Phil discusses examples of misandry and explains why it is often ignored or dismissed but also how this can be damaging to the self identity of boys and young men. You can find out more about Phil a…
 
In this episode, Matthew talks to Dr David Scott from The Open University. David's research interests include the ethical foundations of penal abolitionism; the historical relationship between penal abolitionism and the politics of social justice; and anti-carceral approaches to prisons, punishment and the social harms of state-corporate power. His…
 
In this episode, Matthew talks to Deanna Dadusc, Roxana Pessoa Cavalcanti and Stephen Burrell about the issue of violence against women and girls following the kidnap and murder of Sarah Everard. The discussion focuses on what the murder of Sarah Everard tells us about society already and considers the systemic and structural changes that need to h…
 
In this episode, Matthew talks to Duncan Exley about his book 'The End of Aspiration? Social Mobility and Our Children’s Fading Prospects'. Duncan discusses some of the people he spoke to via semi structured interviews about their experiences of moving up from a working class childhood into a higher social status and some of the challenges they enc…
 
In this episode, Matthew talks to Sarah McLaughlin about studying Sociology as an adult through an access course. Sarah explains the structure, grading and content of the course and what students can expect. She also talks through some of the challenges of returning to the classroom as an adult especially for those that have spent some time out of …
 
In this episode, Matthew talks to the comedian, journalist and political satirist - Andrew Doyle. Andrew is perhaps best known for being the co-creator of the fictional character Jonathan Pie and for being the man behind the Titania McGrath parody account on twitter. In part one Andrew talks about Titania in relation to the culture wars, the social…
 
In this episode, Matthew talks to Richard Driscoll who is a teacher at Shenzhen College of International Education about his experiences of teaching the subject in China for the last seven years. Richard explains how Sociology has gained a very high status amongst the students and also about a recent webinar he delivered linking Sociological issues…
 
In this episode, Matthew talks to Dr Jasmine Harris - an Associate Professor of Sociology at Ursinus College. Jasmine holds a Ph.D in Sociology from the University of Minnesota, a Masters degree in Public Communications from the Newhouse School at Syracuse University, and a Bachelor’s degree in Sociology and Women’s Studies from Vassar College in P…
 
In this episode, Matthew talks to Dr Kate Herrity from the University of Cambridge and Dr Jason Warr from De Montford University about their new book - Sensory Penalties. Sensory Penalties reflects an explosion in explorations of the sensory and disrupts conventional expectations of both form and focus by expanding anthropological practices and cra…
 
In this episode, Matthew talks to Dr Brian McDonough who is course leader in the Faculty of Sport, Health and Social Sciences at Solent university in Southampton. Brian discusses his new book; Flying Aeroplanes and Other Sociological Tales: An Introduction to Sociology and Research Methods including chapters such as 'The sociologist and the stolen …
 
In this episode, Matthew talks to Professor Nicola Ingram. Nicola is Professor of Sociology and Education at Manchester Metropolitan University. Her research is focused on young people and social inequalities in education and work. She has published widely on these issues and her recent books include: Working-Class Boys and Educational Success: Tee…
 
Dr. Kurschner explained that fire is the basic element of God’s wrath, which is explicitly expressed in the first three trumpet judgments in the book of Revelation. While the ungodly will suffer eternal fire in hell, they will also experience the fiery wrath of God in the earthly judgments of the trumpets, which Paul points to in 2 Thessalonians 1:…
 
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