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To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/1466 Redemption Circle. Guiding humanities conversation back to purpose. Come full circle. We are passionate about seeing redemption through Jesus to everyone, everyday, everywhere. So we do things a bit differently here. We're a typical church that preaches the Bible, but we’re also not afraid to do things differently. Our beliefs may be similar to many churches you’ve found, but it is our hope that we push the lim ...
 
B'H/Blessed is Our Creator!!! S.O.U.L. S.=Seven O.= Original/Oldest U.=Universal L.=Laws A show produced and hosted by Don Zusya Goodman, a Rabbinical College of America Graduate with a Bachelors of Arts Degree in Religious Studies has been a member of the Chabad Lubavitch Chassidic educational movement for the past 30 years. 1. Fuses Torah/Biblical Rabbinical Learning with prior secular training in radio-communications-newspaper skills. 2.T.C.I. Therapeutic Crisis Intervention formerly cert ...
 
SKINS have always believed in pure sport, free from drugs and corruption. But we also believe in redemption. Anyone deserves a second chance if they’ve paid their debt to sporting society. That’s why to launch SKINS’ new Citizens of Sport series, our Chairman Jaimie Fuller interviewed Lance Armstrong about cycling, doping and getting his life back on track. Stream the podcast below and look out for more exclusive Citizens of Sport content coming soon. A Citizen of Sport doesn’t spectate, the ...
 
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In some ways it was Ascension Day that launched my Youtube channel. What does it mean that Jesus flew up into the sky? Isn't there just space up there? Is this just a symbolic story? Discord link. Good for just a few days. Check with more recent videos for a fresh link. https://discord.gg/WfjxHQTP Paul Vander Klay clips channel https://www.youtube.…
 
Aarti Shahani, host of the WBEZ podcast "Art of Power," talks about her interview with former President Barack Obama about the role of toxic masculinity in our society. And, Amazon's "The Underground Railroad" depicts beautiful images of Black people, but it also features explicit depictions of violence against them. NPR TV critic Eric Deggans tell…
 
The CDC says vaccinated Americans no longer have to wear masks. While the move signals a return to normal, it also stands in contrast to guidelines from states and local governments. And, land-grant universities broadened access to higher education in the U.S. at the expense of Native Americans. We speak with a reporter about "land-grab universitie…
 
Not a lot of background story here because we've met before. He works in the entertainment industry in So Cal and was fortunate enough to grab a rando's slow. The conversation travels a bit but overall I think it's about decadence and consummation. Enjoy. I try to be a bit cryptic with identity for the sake of younger individuals. If he wishes to r…
 
In conversation with Megha Majumdar, bestselling author of A Burning British–-Ghanaian writer Caleb Azumah Nelson's debut novel Open Water is, ''an intense, elegant'' (Guardian) tale of two young Black British artists who find love as they struggle to succeed in an environment that simultaneously elevates and rejects them. It was named to scores of…
 
Sevilla uses her YouTube channel in a way similar to mine in that she's for a few years now been thinking out loud looking to digest the philosophy of Robert Pirsig. She's been a close follower of @Jordan B Peterson , @John Vervaeke and @Jonathan Pageau . She sometimes does commentary on my work but she was interested in some more direct conversati…
 
Sociology professor Patrick Sharkey discusses how gun violence in America makes meaningful police reform more difficult. And, after actor Chadwick Boseman died last August at the age of 43 from colon cancer, the world learned about the startling rise of colorectal cancer rates. Ibram X. Kendi and Paul Rawate talk about their journeys and their mess…
 
ESPN's "144" focuses on the 144 WNBA players who gathered in Bradenton, Florida, to play a shortened season that focused on Black Lives Matter activism. The documentary's co-directors join us. And, writer Jamal Simmons discusses why he thinks so few American institutional leaders are Black and why he thinks "staged integration" is the solution.…
 
Time to finish up the outstanding video conversation between Richard Rohlin and @Jonathan Pageau . I'm so excited for the next installment. Pageau and Rohlin https://youtu.be/_N5s4n_lwB8 "You're average at best" https://youtu.be/VI6XWGKvUrE Planet Narnia https://amzn.to/2RSW6Og Discord link. Good for just a few days. Check with more recent videos f…
 
In conversation with Reginald Dwayne Betts, essayist, poet, and author of the award-winning collection, Felon When Ian Manuel was 13 years old he shot a young mother of two in the face during a botched robbery. Sentenced to life imprisonment, he spent the next 26 years in prison, 18 of them in solitary confinement. He was released at the age of 40 …
 
Martha C. Nussbaum is the author of numerous watershed books and articles concerning moral, legal, and political philosophy, including The Fragility of Goodness, Sex and Social Justice, and Cultivating Humanity. The Ernst Freund Distinguished Service Professor of Law and Ethics at the University of Chicago, her scores of honors include the 2016 Kyo…
 
In Athens, Georgia, former residents of a neighborhood erased by Urban Renewal have won reparations of a sort. Georgia Public Broadcasting's Grant Blankenship reports. And, California's forest offset program has generated more than $20 million "ghost credits" that don't achieve real climate benefits. ProPublica's Lisa Song explains the problem with…
 
Two brothers, both Cuban-born musicians, were separated for decades by tensions between the U.S. and Cuba. "Los Hermanos/The Brothers" shows how in recent years, the two have been able to perform together. And, after a ransomware attack forced the largest pipeline in the U.S. to shut down, there are reports of long lines and shuttered stations from…
 
​ @Jordan B Peterson had a very interesting conversation on psychedelics. I don't have the time to really give it the full treatment but I've been playing around with Substack so I wrote something about it. you can find the link here. It does connect for me with the Universal History conversation that @Jonathan Pageau had with Richard Rohlin which …
 
Martha Wells' science fiction series "Murderbot Diaries" has been a best seller. Producer Emiko Tamagawa talked to Wells about her creation. And, Friday's disappointing jobs numbers sparked a partisan debate over whether extended federal unemployment benefits are to blame. We explore both sides of the conversation.…
 
National Geographic's "Secrets of the Whales" explores the distinctive cultures of different whales around the world. Underwater photographer Brian Skerry joins us. And, 44 attorneys general have come out against Facebook's plan to make an app for kids called Instagram Youth. The executive director for the Campaign for a Commercial-Free Childhood s…
 
Lots of thinking lately about how human beings construct their world. This week I'm taking pieces from the Pageau/Boyce conversation, the Jordan Peterson/Randall Wallace conversation and the Borges Conundrum mentioned by Tom Holland on @Unbelievable? . Lots of things in this episode. @Jordan B Peterson and Randall Wallace https://youtu.be/PSkQlc-6v…
 
Horace W. Goldsmith Foundation Endowed Lecture In conversation with Tracey Matisak, award-winning broadcaster and journalist Annette Gordon-Reed won the Pulitzer Prize and the National Book Award for The Hemingses of Monticello: An American Family, a history of the African American family whose close blood ties to Thomas Jefferson had been redacted…
 
Amy Marsh says she was sexually assaulted after an Air Force function. She discusses a new bill that aims to overhaul how the military handles sexual assault. And, retired Staff Sgt. Travis Mills lost portions of both arms and legs in Afghanistan. Mill doesn't regret his sacrifice but he agrees with Biden's plan to bring the troops home.…
 
An order from a federal judge says Los Angeles must provide shelter to all unhoused people living on Skid Row by fall. Host Tonya Mosley gets two differing opinions on the order. And, Nikole Beckwith's film "Together Together" tells the story of the relationship between a 40-something man who wants a child and his gestational surrogate. The writer-…
 
Mark has a channel "More Christ" which focusses on Christianity. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCEPOn4cgvrrerg_-q_Ygw1A Discord link. Good for just a few days. Check with more recent videos for a fresh link. https://discord.gg/TNWnRpKe Paul Vander Klay clips channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCX0jIcadtoxELSwehCh5QTg My Substack https://paul…
 
In conversation with Dennis Overbye, science reporter for the New York Times and author of the books Lonely Hearts of the Cosmos and Einstein in Love ''The single best explainer of abstruse science in the world today'' (Washington Post), Brian Greene is a Professor of Physics and Mathematics at Columbia University. His New York Times bestsellers in…
 
The truism that people require extraordinary evidence to believe extraordinary claims is just wrong. People simply don't work that way when it comes to most of what we believe because of how we believe. People need to work from internalized first draft maps that are nested within community maps. These maps are always being recalibrated via the data…
 
Read Lincoln's Second Inaugural address. Can you imagine anyone daring to give such a speech today. The Beatles rang out "all you need is love". We say it. We don't believe it. Jesus did. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Abraham_Lincoln%27s_second_inaugural_address Dominion https://amzn.to/3nZGioL Corrie Ten Boom the Hiding Place https://amzn.to/3o0cT…
 
Time stamps: 0:03:25 Intro 0:05:45 Stay Methodist or go elsewhere? 0:10:00 Were iconoclasts threatened by advances in art and now social media? 0:14:20 What’s PVK’s favorite Gospel? 0:17:00 Is the Song of Solomon erotic or aesthetic? 0:19:30 Does apologetics make Jesus harder to sell? 0:30:45 How is the protest suppose to end in US Protestant natio…
 
Alisa Amador and Rosi Amador are two-thirds of Sol y Canto, a music group started by Rosi Amador and her husband 25 years ago. They join us to discuss their latest album. And, it's difficult for most white people to talk about race. Professors Marlene Fine and Fern Johnson discuss their book, "Let's Talk Race: A Guide for White People."…
 
Maxwell's "Urban Hang Suite" turns a quarter-century-old this year. He reflects on how the album helped usher in an era of R&B called neo-soul. And, last year, New Jersey became the first state to require all public schools to adopt climate change education into its curriculum. We speak with a science teacher and a senior at Chatham High School.…
 
Tom Holland's journey in relationship with the Bible has been absolutely fascinating to follow. He checks in Justin Brierley and author Andrew Allerton whose book he endorsed. This deserved the full commentary treatment. Tom Holland on @Unbelievable? with Justin Brierley and Andrew Ollerton https://youtu.be/f2_W6eCijV4 Annie Dillard Crash Helmets f…
 
Sufjan Stevens released "Convocations" on Thursday. The record represents a journey through the yin-yang of grief, drawing on the death of his father. And, French researchers are trying to better understand how humans adapt to losing all sense of time. Deep Time's project director explains what it was like to spend 40 days in a cave without sunligh…
 
Chef Kathy Gunst shares a few simple recipes that kids can help prepare for their moms on Mother's Day. And, journalism professor Allissa Richardson discusses her essay, "We Have Enough Proof," in which she argues for a moratorium on the public airing of videos showing the deaths of Black people at the hands of police.…
 
The Same Sex Marriage in the CRC continues to rumble forward likely towards a split in the church. While Progressives major in stories of suffering and pain Conservatives like to talk about "Reformed Hermeneutics". They assert that the issue isn't isolated to this particular issue but it with the pattern of Scripture reading. I think they have a po…
 
I regularly follow and listen to "deconstructed" evangelicals on social media. I am fascinated by this phenomenon. There is often an interesting combination of anger and sadness about them with respect to their former community. I wrote a substack on this. https://paulvanderklay.substack.com/p/the-deconstructionists-strange-hope Got some Twitter fe…
 
The American Psychiatric Association is trying to come to terms with what it calls an appalling history of racism, both within the organization and in its treatment of patients. Dr. Cheryl Wills, chair of the APA's task force on racism, joins us. And, David Oyelowo talks about making his directing debut for "The Water Man."…
 
Economists predict a post-pandemic boom that won't benefit everyone equally. Molly Kinder, a fellow at the Brookings Institution, explains. And, COVID-19 testing has been one of the few tools that health officials have to monitor the virus. Now, the focus has shifted to vaccination efforts — but as Connecticut Public Radio's Nicole Leonard reports,…
 
A bit more on @Jordan B Peterson Q/A from May 1 2011. https://youtu.be/Q-geMoCsNAw Jordan was asked for a critique of Jung, but along the way he gave a rather nice observations from his practice regarding the manner in which personality profiles intersect with religion. I think about the fact that I can't remember him recommending therapy very ofte…
 
Mark Lefebvre is back in after visiting the Billy Graham shrine near his home and a local Roman Catholic Mass with his aunt and he's got some ideas about how the church is failing it's job. Mark is an active part of the Awakening from the Meaning Crisis discord community and is starting his own Youtube channel and website about his ideas. He and I …
 
Q&A #196 Love and suffering, dangerous ideas, loving wife as Christ loved the church, healthy fear of God and a new heaven and new earth are all discussed in this episode.1. If God is love, why does it seem like he plays favourites throughout the Bible? When he rescued the Israelites from Egypt one of the punishments was the killing of the first bo…
 
In conversation with Selena Coppock, standup comedian, writer, author, and creator and voice of @NYTVows, the parody Twitter and Instagram account that lampoons the New York Times Wedding section A former writer and editor at the New York Times, Cate Doty took on many different projects during her 15 years at the Times. Covering presidential campai…
 
In psychologist Adam Grant's op-ed for The New York Times, Grant puts a name to that feeling borne out of the pandemic — showing up for life, but living without aim. Sociologist Corey Keyes coined that feeling as "languishing." And, a water crisis in Jackson, Mississippi, came to head recently when freezing storms left residents without running wat…
 
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