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What happens when the Bible and humanity collide? Not what you’d expect. Living & Effective, a podcast collaboration between Christianity Today and the Christian Standard Bible, journeys through history, current events, theology and the human condition to uncover surprising ways the Bible accomplishes God’s plan in the world. By confronting these issues and more, this podcast series takes listeners on a journey through the Bible's role as living and effective in the world and challenges our ...
 
Hosted by Larry Linenschmidt, Hill Country Institute Live is an ongoing conversation about issues of concern and interest to the Church today. We visit the life and works of giants of another day, such as C.S. Lewis and J.R.R. Tolkien and also spend time with people and ministries doing creative work to fight human trafficking, feed the poor, create quality art, be good stewards of the environment, and much more, all with the heart and mind of Christ. For more information about the events an ...
 
Our culture is rapidly changing around us every day. With this change, the Christian community is forced to engage the changing culture in a whole new way. William Loughridge, Maddi Bond, and various guests will look at cultural events such as music, sports, entertainment, and all things current to try to understand how we engage and respond to them as disciples of Christ
 
Lively conversations with professors, fellows, scholars, and friends of the University of Notre Dame's de Nicola Center for Ethics and Culture. The Center is committed to sharing the richness of the Catholic moral and intellectual tradition through teaching, research, and public engagement, at the highest level and across a range of disciplines. For more information visit http://ethicscenter.nd.edu
 
The Spiritual Voice podcast is a show about spirituality from all walks of life, designed with the inquisitive soul in mind. While we might feature a guest or two with backgrounds in Christianity, Hinduism, Buddhism, Zen, or Taoism, from priests to psychics, these interviews don’t tread familiar ground. Our goal is to empower self-discovery and personal development by presenting useful practices, techniques, recommendations, and resources from a panoply of traditions, cultures, and sociologi ...
 
Creative Strings is for musicians and music-lovers, especially violin, viola, and cello players, looking to live creatively, whether in your musical education, projects, music career, in the practice room, classroom, onstage, or on tour. Each interview is edited carefully and mixed with a blend of musical clips from the Creative Strings community curated by jazz violinist Christian Howes. . Creative Strings is a non-profit organization with a mission to support music education through outrea ...
 
Southern Heights Presbyterian Church is a loving and welcoming church community located in Lincoln, Nebraska. We are women and men, young and old, from many backgrounds, cultures, and experiences, all seeking to faithfully live together in community and in faith as we are called to go out and serve. We strive to understand and experience God's call to us in the world as we step beyond the walls of our building to follow where God leads us. We embrace friend and stranger, welcoming all in Chr ...
 
Taste Look Listen, The Podcast, is all about commentary on the Culture. Here, we examine, critique, and challenge the culture with a call to excellence. We discuss Hip Hop Culture, Womanhood, Music, Art, and much more. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tastelooklisten/support
 
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Darrell Bock: Welcome to Table. We discuss issues of God and culture. I'm Darrell Bock, Executive Director for Cultural Engagement and Senior Research Professor of New Testament studies at Dallas Theological Seminary. My guest today is Kamesh Sankaran. I don't even know if I pronounced that right, so hopefully we came close. Close enough, huh? Okay…
 
In today's episode, Michael discusses the final day of Trump’s term and the 1st day of Biden’s, we discuss the media’s fawning over Biden and Harris, and we analyze how we can prepare for what’s coming in the next administration. Come join the conversation! Subscribe to the email list to receive insider updates, show notes, and more: https://except…
 
The entire podcast team gathers to celebrate our favorite movies, TV, and music of 2020. From Soul to Ted Lasso to Phoebe Bridgers, some good stuff actually happened last year.Claude Atcho, Aarik Danielsen, JR. Forasteros, Kathryn Freeman, Joe George, Josh Larsen, Abby Olcese, Michelle Reyes, Sarah Welch-Larson
 
Today we discuss a very Orwellian new approach to lockdown offenders in Germany, we unpack what we can learn from the National Guard’s presence in DC, and we analyze what we can expect from the first 100 days of the Biden/Harris administration. Come join the conversation! Subscribe to the email list to receive insider updates, show notes, and more:…
 
Speaker 1: Welcome to The Table Podcast, where we discuss issues of God and culture, brought to you by Dallas Theological Seminary. Darrell Bock: Welcome to The Table, where we discuss issues of God and culture. I'm Darrell Bock, executive director for cultural engagement at the Hendricks Center at Dallas Theological Seminary. And my guest today is…
 
According to YouVersion, the popular Bible app, 2020’s most-read Bible verse was Isaiah 41:10: “So do not fear, for I am with you; do not be dismayed, for I am your God. I will strengthen you and help you; I will uphold you with my righteous right hand.” Bishop Barron discusses this verse, the Bible's repeated encouragement not to be afraid, and ho…
 
Today we discuss the second impeachment of President Trump, the separation anxiety the media is starting to experience as we near the end of Trump’s term, some positive news regarding the effort to confront censorship, and we raise awareness of the UN’s disastrous abortion stance. Come join the conversation! Subscribe to the email list to receive i…
 
Hosts: Joe and Erin Wells | Released Thursday, January 14, 2021 Tensions are high in America right now. Riots have been going on since the summer, and the recent events at the nation’s Capital have many asking what is going on. In this episode, Joe and Erin begin the discussion on how humans respond to […]…
 
In today's episode, Michael discusses the new impeachment push against President Trump, why he believes it’s a destructive idea, and he unpacks the rapidly progressing ideological merger between the state and our society’s ruling corporations. Come join the conversation! Subscribe to the email list to receive insider updates, show notes, and more: …
 
Welcome to The Table podcast, where we discuss issues of God and culture. Brought to you by Dallas Theological Seminary. Kymberli Cook: Welcome to The Table podcast, where we discuss issues of God and culture. My name is Kymberli Cook and I am the senior administrator here at the Hendricks Center. Today we're going to be talking about providence, w…
 
Listen to this sample lesson from Fr. Paul Murray's new course inside the Word on Fire Institute titled “Prayer, Beauty, Mission: The Hidden Springs of the New Evangelization.” The spiritual life is typically understood to begin in ascent. However, in Christianity it begins with descent, namely the descent of God. As 1 John 4:10 says, God has loved…
 
In this episode, we break down the Georgia Senate races, the chaotic Wednesday at the Capitol building, the implications of President Trump's concession video, and the future of our American society. Come join the conversation! Subscribe to the email list to receive insider updates, show notes, and more: https://exceptional-producer-6026.ck.page/86…
 
As 2020 winds to a close, Bishop Barron reflects back on his five most popular YouTube videos of the decade. He and Brandon Vogt discuss why these videos, in particular, resonated with so many people. A listener asks, if Jesus already did what he came to do, and Satan realized he was beat, why wasn't that the end of the story? What are we still doi…
 
In the last episode of 2020, we discuss some of the most significant takeaways and learned-lessons from the past year. We also list the most influential news stories of the past 12 months as we look forward to 2021. Come join the conversation! Subscribe to the email list to receive insider updates, show notes, and more: https://exceptional-producer…
 
Darrell Bock: Welcome to the table where we discuss issues of God and culture. I'm Darrell Bock, Executive Director for Cultural Engagement at The Hendricks Center at Dallas Theological Seminary. And our topic today is sexuality and singleness, particularly adolescent sexuality and issues tied to that. And I have two wonderful guests with me today,…
 
Listen as Fr. Steve Grunow, CEO of Word on Fire, speaks to a group of young Jesuits about the perils of artificial intelligence and the online world. NOTE: Do you like this podcast? Become a patron and get some great perks for helping, like free books, bonus content, and more. Word on Fire is a non-profit ministry that depends on the support of our…
 
Today we talk about President Trump’s response to the federal spending package, we cover a detailed year-end report filled with examples of the government wasting taxpayer money, we talk about new developments regarding Iran’s aggression, & we discuss a few important realities to remember this Christmas. Come join the conversation! Subscribe to the…
 
In today's episode, we discuss our government's addiction to spending money poorly, we address all the ridiculous intricacies of the massive spending package passed in the legislative branch last night, and we raise awareness to, and pray for, all the persecuted Christians around the world this Christmas season. Come join the conversation! Subscrib…
 
A hit Netflix documentary, “The Social Dilemma,” is a film about the dark side of social media explained by the Silicon Valley innovators behind it. Bishop Barron discusses some of the film's insights and offers a Catholic perspective on social media, technology, and their addictive qualities. A listener asks, if Joseph descended from David, but is…
 
John Hall, a longtime Texas leader who brings businesses, elected officials, and community leaders together to grow jobs, restore and maintain clean air and water, and take care of those who are poor and suffer most from pollution, is our featured guest on this episode of Hill Country Institute Live. We discuss the impact of John’s faith on his car…
 
In today's episode, we discuss important new developments and revelations regarding the severity of the cyberattack our country has recently faced, and we analyze the ethical, philosophical, and biblical arguments for, and against, the death penalty. Also, important to note that I will be postponing the video mentioned at the end of the episode to …
 
In today's episode, Michael talks about the Electoral college votes & where the Presidential Election goes from here, he unpacks the resignation of Attorney General William Barr and we meet his replacement, & he discusses an unfortunate weekend in Cybersecurity. Come join the conversation! Subscribe to the email list to receive insider updates, sho…
 
Mikel Del Rosario: Welcome to the table where we discuss issues of God and culture. I'm Mikel Del Rosario, Cultural Engagement Manager here at the Hendricks Center at Dallas Theological Seminary. And we have a special show for you today. As it's Christmastime, we want to talk about history and the Christmas story. We'll be talking about some of the…
 
Today, we share the second half of Bishop Barron's recent discussion with Dave Rubin on the topic "Has Liberalism Failed?" (Click here to listen to the first half.) It's part of the "Bishop Barron Presents" series of conversations with various thinkers and cultural influencers. In this discussion, Bishop Barron and Dave uncover the underlying issue…
 
The Hey Joe Show Season 9, Episode 11 for Thursday, December 10, 2020 It seems like the ground we stand on, at times, is shifting and moving so quickly that stability and security are elusive. If it feels that way for adults, you can only imagine what goes through the minds of teens and smaller children. […]…
 
In today's episode, Michael discusses the breaking developments regarding election litigation, especially the lawsuit brought forth from Texas, Youtube’s increased election censorship, and explosive new revelations that highlight the growing geopolitical threat that is the communist party of China. Come join the conversation! Subscribe to the email…
 
We all know the carols and hymns. How might secular Christmas songs - of which we get more each year - also reflect the religious significance of the season? Josh, Kathryn, and Michelle give a listen to Mariah Carey’s classic, “All I Want for Christmas is You,” and a new holiday song from the Jonas Brothers.…
 
In today's episode, Michael discusses the significant election checkpoints of the coming week, he talks about a new radical step taken this week by the District Attorney in LA county, and he analyzes the importance of the Georgia runoffs. Come join the conversation! Subscribe to the email list to receive insider updates, show notes, and more: https…
 
The Hey Joe Show Season 9, Episode 10, released Monday, December 7, 2020 With the never-ending inundation of news saturated with politics, protests, and problems, it should not surprise us that our children are being impacted and potentially in a negative manner. We invite you to listen to Joe and Erin as they discuss the ways […]…
 
There seems to be a growing sentiment, both within the Church and the wider culture, that if you share a public conversation with someone, or say something nice about one particular aspect of their work, you’re necessarily endorsing everything they’ve ever said or done and can therefore be easily dismissed, a fallacy known as "guilt by association.…
 
In this episode, Larry and David discuss the division in our country and how Christians can work to heal our land while also advocating for religious liberty, the sanctity of human life, and other issues that are important in a Biblical worldview. We’ll consider pluralism, toleration, federalism, and humility as aspects of respectful dialogue and c…
 
In this episode, Michael shares a tragic new development out of Hong Kong, he talks about the vastly underreported genocide currently taking place in Nigeria, he analyzes a new study that reveals just how much the media influenced this presidential election, and he exposes the Biden administration's professed adoration for The Great Reset. Come joi…
 
In this video update, Michael takes a break from politics and discusses the state of the modern American non-denominational Church. He discusses two problematic trends he’s seen emerging over the past decade, related to sin and un-Godly world-views, while also sharing why we can be hopeful that with refining, the church can shine brighter than ever…
 
In today's episode, Michael discusses the assassination of Iran’s top nuclear scientist, China’s calls for the destruction of the United States, & he takes a deep dive on all things related to the current standing of the Presidential election including the allegations of fraudulent activity. Come join the conversation! Subscribe to the email list t…
 
Our holidays are usually marked by all kinds of festivities. There are family gatherings, dinners with friends, work parties, community celebrations, church programs, and more. But this year? Most of these are cancelled due to the COVID pandemic. We will miss out on gift exchanges and cookie swaps and catching up with friends and family. It's disap…
 
Kymberli Cook: Welcome to the table podcast where we discuss issues of God and culture. My name is Kymberli Cook, and I'm the Senior Administrator at the Hendricks Center. And today we are gonna be talking about the Imago Dei, and how we should love our neighbor in light of that doctrine. So I promise, that already sounds abstract and heavy, but we…
 
Today, we share the first half of Bishop Barron's recent discussion with Dave Rubin on the topic "Has Liberalism Failed?" It's part of the "Bishop Barron Presents" series of conversations with various thinkers and cultural influencers. In this discussion, Bishop Barron and Dave uncover the underlying issues fueling today’s partisan politics and the…
 
Dr. Jessica Moerman is the Senior Director for Science and Policy at the Evangelical Environmental Network. In this interview, Larry and Dr. Moerman discuss the Biblical call to care for God’s good creation, women in STEM, the ministry of EEN, environmental issues of concern, and caring for the least among us and future generations.…
 
Seeing and Believing heads to the British Isles this week with a pair of films poised to make their way into the end of the year awards talk. First up is Tomm Moore and Ross Stewarts's Wolfwalkers, the new project from the highly esteemed Cartoon Saloon. A mixture of myth and magic, Wolfwalkers uses stunning animation to tell the story of a young g…
 
In this special Thanksgiving episode, Michael gives an update on the legal pursuit of election integrity, analyzes a major win for religious liberties that took place in the Supreme Court last night, and shares 3 things he's specifically thankful for on this thanksgiving 2020! Come join the conversation! Subscribe to the email list to receive insid…
 
In this episode, Michael discusses President Trump's current legal standing, the unfortunately historic wealth transfers that have happened from small businesses to major corporations over the last few months due to the lockdowns, and the potential dangers of mandatory COVID vaccinations in countries and industries across the world. Come join the c…
 
Thanksgiving is typically full of feasting and family and friends. But this year? For most of us, gathering with others to enjoy our typical feast is off the table due to the global pandemic. Even if you are able to celebrate with your immediate family, the day is likely to be tinged with emptiness. And emptiness has a way of diminishing our gratit…
 
Mikel Del Rosario: Welcome to the Table where we discuss issues of God and culture. I’m Mikel Del Rosario, Cultural Engagement Manager here at the Hendrix Center. And our topic on the Table podcast today is mental health and Generation Z. Going to be talking about how Gen Z has been affected by the pandemic, some mental health issues and how the ch…
 
Today, we look at Bishop Barron's favorite books of all time, from theology to poetry, fiction to stage plays. Download a full PDF guide to his favorite books at wordonfireshow.com/books. A listener asks about Thomas Aquinas' views on women. NOTE: Do you like this podcast? Become a patron and get some great perks for helping, like free books, bonus…
 
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