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Out of My Mind in Costa Rica or OOMMCR for short is an effort to help those who suffer from PTSD and C-PTSD and support the people who love them. OOMMCR is a personal journal of my Hero's Journey mixed with clinical insights and stories of my trials and tribulations as a human being who was raised in an incest family. I'm a retired clinical social worker from California I hope this podcast will persuade you or someone you love to take positive steps towards healing the devastating wounds tha ...
 
Build Your Utopia is a podcast made for you. If you have lofty ambitions in corporate or entrepreneur settings, this is the show that delivers quality episodes to inspire and arm you to achieve your goals. One of the biggest challenges that you are faced with is juggling work-life balance. Our guests, such as Honoree Corder, Hal Elrod, Jason Snell, Darieth Chisolm, John Lee Dumas, Kate Erickson, Ray Higdon, and many others, all provide plenty of honest feedback on how you can tackle this con ...
 
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Episode 31 C-PTSD and Empathy The Role of Empathy in Healing C-PTSD July 29, 2021 This week I am talking about Empathy. You know, the power to be with the feelings, thoughts, and experiences of another. It’s a special trait that everyone should work on developing as much as possible. Empathy is the glue that holds relationships together. No empathy…
 
Andy and I tackle a bunch of questions from Religion and the Spiritual Crisis class members. It is a bunch of fun:) You can grab the class lectures now before they get locked up in the HBC vault for members only. Andrew Root is the Carrie Olson Baalson Professor of Youth and Family Ministry at Luther Seminary, USA. He writes and researches in areas…
 
Andy and I tackle a bunch of questions from Religion and the Spiritual Crisis class members. It is a bunch of fun:) You can grab the class lectures now before they get locked up in the HBC vault for members only. Andrew Root is the Carrie Olson Baalson Professor of Youth and Family Ministry at Luther Seminary, USA. He writes and researches in areas…
 
In this episode, Diana explores Paul McCartney's artistry and creative process with Phillip McIntyre and Paul Thompson, authors of the upcoming book “Paul and His Creative Practice. The Beatles and Beyond.” Phillip, Paul, and Diana have a wide-ranging discussion that covers topics such as flow state, collaboration, Crocodile Dundee, and how Paul Mc…
 
Rev. Dr. Stephen G. Ray Jr. is the President of Chicago Theological Seminary. In addition, he is the President of the Society for the Study of Black Religion. Having written and lectured broadly in the areas of Systematic Theology, African American religion, human rights and the intersection of religion and politics, President Ray’s current work fo…
 
Rev. Dr. Stephen G. Ray Jr. is the President of Chicago Theological Seminary. In addition, he is the President of the Society for the Study of Black Religion. Having written and lectured broadly in the areas of Systematic Theology, African American religion, human rights and the intersection of religion and politics, President Ray’s current work fo…
 
Episode 30 C-PTSD and Friendships A Friend in Need is a Friend Indeed July 11, 2021 I recently have been in email contact with a dear old friend. A friend who also happens to have been my friend since 1984 when I was working at the Sacramento Children’s Home. He was a group home social worker at the time, and I was preparing to get into graduate sc…
 
Helen K. Bond is on the podcast! We talk about her most recent book The First Biography of Jesus: Genre and Meaning in Mark’s Gospel. Dr. Bond is the Professor of Christian Origins and Head of the School of Divinity at the University of Edinburgh. She is also the author of Pontius Pilate in History and Interpretation, Caiaphas: High Priest and Frie…
 
Helen K. Bond is on the podcast! We talk about her most recent book The First Biography of Jesus: Genre and Meaning in Mark’s Gospel. Dr. Bond is the Professor of Christian Origins and Head of the School of Divinity at the University of Edinburgh. She is also the author of Pontius Pilate in History and Interpretation, Caiaphas: High Priest and Frie…
 
This is part three of the RAM extravaganza. In this episode, Diana and Duncan continue their deep dive into McCartney's brilliant album RAM. They pick up their analysis where they left off — with the exquisite Dear Boy — and make their way through the rest of the album. In the first part of their deep dive, they reviewed the cultural context of the…
 
Get Pumped for the party – an apocalyptic #ProcessParty!! This episode is a party with two of my favorite theologians! Catherine Keller and Jacob Erickson are here to bring the zest to the people. Want to get the invite to future live streams? Sign-up for the HBC newsletter on the front page. PREVIOUS EPISODES WITH JAKE OR CATHERINE Jacob Erickson:…
 
Get Pumped for the party – an apocalyptic #ProcessParty!! This episode is a party with two of my favorite theologians! Catherine Keller and Jacob Erickson are here to bring the zest to the people. Want to get the invite to future live streams? Sign-up for the HBC newsletter on the front page. PREVIOUS EPISODES WITH JAKE OR CATHERINE Jacob Erickson:…
 
James F. McGrath is Clarence L. Goodwin Chair in New Testament Language and Literature. His PhD from the University of Durham became the basis for his first book, John’s Apologetic Christology, published by Cambridge University Press in the SNTS Monograph Series. He has also written a “prequel” about the broader context of monotheism and Christolog…
 
James F. McGrath is Clarence L. Goodwin Chair in New Testament Language and Literature. His PhD from the University of Durham became the basis for his first book, John’s Apologetic Christology, published by Cambridge University Press in the SNTS Monograph Series. He has also written a “prequel” about the broader context of monotheism and Christolog…
 
In this epic two-part journey from the wilds of Scotland to the sky-scrapers of Manhattan, Diana and Duncan fly above the maddening crowd of rock reviewers in celebration of Paul and Linda McCartney’s RAM. In Part A, they explore the cultural context of the album’s origin and reception and puzzle over why this ambitious, eccentric and distinctive m…
 
Rev. Dr. David Vásquez-Levy serves as President of Pacific School of Religion in Berkeley, California –a progressive, multidenominational seminary and center for social justice that prepares theologically and spiritually rooted leaders to work for the well-being of all. A committed pastor, a nationally recognized immigration leader, and a sought af…
 
Rev. Dr. David Vásquez-Levy serves as President of Pacific School of Religion in Berkeley, California –a progressive, multidenominational seminary and center for social justice that prepares theologically and spiritually rooted leaders to work for the well-being of all. A committed pastor, a nationally recognized immigration leader, and a sought af…
 
Episode 29 C-PTSD and Complicated Grief - Am I Being Redundant? June 20, 2021 Today’s episode is about what I call Complicated Grief. Let me say this about complicated grief, it’s complicate and it’s that simple. The past couple of weeks have I have been submerged into a pool of depression with little energy and zero motivation. My mind, of course …
 
It’s time for another edition of live-streamed “Big God” questions with Tom Oord. This time we tackle a number of complaints and critiques of open and relational theology from twitter. Tom also shares news about his new book Open and Relational Theology. Check it out. We are both evangelists for Open and Relational Theology and now that it has a ce…
 
It’s time for another edition of live-streamed “Big God” questions with Tom Oord. This time we tackle a number of complaints and critiques of open and relational theology from twitter. Tom also shares news about his new book Open and Relational Theology. Check it out. We are both evangelists for Open and Relational Theology and now that it has a ce…
 
We just launched a new open online class – Religion and the Spiritual Crisis. This pop-up learning community is a 6-week exploration of our Secular Age & the changing shape of faith and ministry. I am joined by my friend and practical theologian Dr. Andrew Root, as we read some powerful texts with a bunch of online friends. The class itself is just…
 
Last night I had some live streaming fun with Diana Butler Bass. She is not only a brilliant scholar and communicator but a mentor and friend. In this conversation, we discuss her newest book, Freeing Jesus, and the way it is a culmination of a trajectory first set in Christianity After Religion. BTW you should sign up for her substack newsletter. …
 
Last night I had some live streaming fun with Diana Butler Bass. She is not only a brilliant scholar and communicator but a mentor and friend. In this conversation, we discuss her newest book, Freeing Jesus, and the way it is a culmination of a trajectory first set in Christianity After Religion. BTW you should sign up for her substack newsletter. …
 
Luis J Gomez, Zac Amico, David Lucas, William Montgomery, Zac Bogus, Michael Lehrer, Matthew Muehling, Michael A. Gonzales, Yoni, Tony Hinchcliffe, Brian Redban – 05/31/2021 THIS EPISODE IS SPONSORED BY: ZIPRECRUITER.COM – TRY IT FOR FREE AT ZIPRECRUITER.COM/KILLTONY — Visit GETROMAN.COM/TONY and if approved, you’ll get fifteen dollars off your fir…
 
Join the class! Sociologist of Religion, Dr. Gerardo Marti, drops a powerful lecture that explores secularization in three parts – the statistics, the theory, and the history. This lecture and the ensuing conversation is the kickoff of an open online reading group. Join the fun here: http://oursecularage.com Dr. Gerardo Marti is a professor of Soci…
 
Join the class! Sociologist of Religion, Dr. Gerardo Marti, drops a powerful lecture that explores secularization in three parts – the statistics, the theory, and the history. This lecture and the ensuing conversation is the kickoff of an open online reading group. Join the fun here: http://oursecularage.com Dr. Gerardo Marti is a professor of Soci…
 
Dr. Philip Goodchild is Professor of Philosophy and Religion at the University of Nottingham. I have read and enjoyed Philip’s work for years and am thrilled to have him on the podcast. In this conversation, we discuss how he understands the task of philosophy of religion and then explore a number of themes from his powerful and fully endorsed tril…
 
Dr. Philip Goodchild is Professor of Philosophy and Religion at the University of Nottingham. I have read and enjoyed Philip’s work for years and am thrilled to have him on the podcast. In this conversation, we discuss how he understands the task of philosophy of religion and then explore a number of themes from his powerful and fully endorsed tril…
 
Ron White, Russell Peters, Zac Bogus, Michael Lehrer, Matthew Muehling, Michael A. Gonzales, Yoni, Tony Hinchcliffe, Brian Redban – 05/03/2021 THIS EPISODE IS SPONSORED BY: ZIPRECRUITER.COM – TRY IT FOR FREE AT ZIPRECRUITER.COM/KILLTONY — Credit Karma’s game-changing technology shows you tailored offers for credit cards and personal loans that you’…
 
This is a special episode. Not only are there a bunch of impressive scholars participating, but it is from my digital trip to Vienna for a round table engaging my book Divine Self-Investment. I had a complete blast and was truly honored to have so many scholars take my text so seriously. Deeply grateful to Jason Alvis for the invitation and for put…
 
This is a special episode. Not only are there a bunch of impressive scholars participating, but it is from my digital trip to Vienna for a round table engaging my book Divine Self-Investment. I had a complete blast and was truly honored to have so many scholars take my text so seriously. Deeply grateful to Jason Alvis for the invitation and for put…
 
Episode 28 C-PTSD and Recovering from COVID You seriously do not want to get this virus. June 2, 2021 Well, it now appears I am not just under the influence of COVID-19. I am clinically depressed. Isn’t that just peachy? So, I thought it would be helpful to add some information about depression just in case the pandemic has also given you the blues…
 
Bethany Sollereder is a Postdoctoral Fellow in Science and Religion at Oxford University and part of the “God and the Book of Nature’ project I am a part of. She specializes in theology concerning evolution and the problem of suffering and is currently working on the theological possibilities and human vocation in the light of irreversible changes …
 
Bethany Sollereder is a Postdoctoral Fellow in Science and Religion at Oxford University and part of the “God and the Book of Nature’ project I am a part of. She specializes in theology concerning evolution and the problem of suffering and is currently working on the theological possibilities and human vocation in the light of irreversible changes …
 
This is a multi-part episode that celebrates Paul and Linda McCartney's brilliant and influential album RAM. In part one, Diana talks to Eirik "The Norwegian" Wangberg, the engineer that spent two months alone in a studio with Paul McCartney during the making of RAM. Wangberg's access put him in a unique position as observer and collaborator and he…
 
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