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best, c. is a new podcast project from Concordia's Ethnography Lab promoting graduate student research. Host/Producer: John Bryans Creative Producer: Anne-Marie Turcotte Sound Producer: Kris Millett Production Assistants: Adam van Sertima, Pauline Hoebanx, Juan Pablo Neri, John Deidouss
 
The Concordia Irish Studies Podcast highlights the annual lecture series of the School of Irish Studies at Concordia University in Montreal, Canada. Join us as we hear from engaging writers, academics, politicians, and public intellectuals from Ireland, and from the diaspora. Subscribe to the podcast on iTunes, Soundcloud, Stitcher, or wherever you get your podcasts. For more information, contact irishstudiespodcast@gmail.com
 
"EuCuE" - Electroacoustique Concordia University Electroacoustics, Concordia University Music Department, Faculty of Fine Arts, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Most of these concerts are held in the Oscar Peterson Concert Hall on the Loyola Campus in Montreal. The listening area is focused upon the 60 seats in the centre of the 600 seat hall. The multi-speaker array consists of a minimum of 8 speakers in a near-equidistant surround pattern of either "Shoebox" or "Double-Diamond". Additional low fr ...
 
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Witnessing in a loving way to the Muslim community can seem overwhelming. In this episode, Dr. Abjar Bahkou gives an overview of the Islamic faith and a guide to compassionately evangelize to our Muslim neighbors. Dr. Bahkou is an associate professor of Practical Theology at Concordia Seminary, St. Louis. He has written numerous books and articles …
 
Why does this chapter give us so many different nations and what does any of it have to do with the Christian faith? Check out our latest episode of “Christianity in Genesis” for answers to that and more!Brian German
 
Why does God speak so highly of blood after the flood, and what in the world does Noah’s drunkenness and nakedness have to do with the Christian faith? Click here for that and more as we journey through another chapter of “Christianity in Genesis”!Brian German
 
In this episode, Peter Reske discusses several themes found in Advent hymns. Peter Reske is Senior Editor of Music/Worship at Concordia Publishing House. Learn more about the Lutheran Service Book and the Lutheran Service Book Companion to the Hymns . Connect with us on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter.…
 
The New Testament Book of James presents a profound message of what it means to live a sanctified life. Rev. Dr. Curtis Giese, author of James—Concordia Commentary, introduces us to the depth and richness of James in this episode. Dr. Giese is a professor in the Theology Division of Concordia University Texas (in Austin), where he has taught Greek …
 
Why does God use a wind to make the flood waters subside, and why does Noah build an altar right after he leaves the ark? Click here to learn about these items and more as Dr. German walks us through another chapter of “Christianity in Genesis”!Brian German
 
Diagnosed with breast cancer when she was pregnant with her fourth child, Heidi Floyd presents a message of faith in God’s promises in all circumstances. Heidi shares her powerful story with us in this episode. Heidi Floyd is a sought after influencer with over 10 years of experience in healthcare advocacy and breast cancer activism. She's a powerf…
 
Why are there so many numbers in the account of the flood and so much focus on male and female, clean and unclean? Click here for that and more as we journey through another segment of our study of “Christianity in Genesis”!Brian German
 
This episode originally aired on October 17, 2020 The Reformation had a profound impact on the hymnody of the Lutheran Church. Today, we'll be talking about the musical shifts that occurred during the Reformation era with our guest, Peter Reske. Peter is the senior editor of music and worship resources here at Concordia Publishing House. Find out m…
 
Pastor Jeff Leininger talks with us about campus ministry and shares ideas on how your congregation can stay connected with students while they are away at college. Rev. Jeff Leininger is the campus pastor at Concordia University Chicago and the author of Callings for Life: God's Plan, Your Purpose.
 
Who are the “sons of God,“ the “daughters of man,” the “Nephilim,” and why are there so many dimensions given for Noah’s ark? Click here for answers to these questions and more as Dr. German walks us through another chapter of “Christianity in Genesis”!Brian German
 
Have you ever stopped to consider how the technology that you use is affecting you? Pastor-psychiatrist duo Rev. A. Trevor Sutton and Dr. Brian Smith have teamed up to help you evaluate your technology use through a Christian perspective in their new book, Redeeming Technology: a Christian Approach to Healthy Digital Habits.…
 
This full episode serves to explore, discuss, and develop actionable practices to deconstruct syllabus and alternative forms of pedagogy, by looking at intersections between music jams and a classroom. How can we "jazz-up" our syllabus?In the second part of episode 3, our team explore decolonial practices around syllabus deconstruction and explores…
 
How can a genealogy give us a nice picture of forgiveness of sins and even the resurrection of the body and the life everlasting? Check out our latest episode of “Christianity in Genesis” for that and more!Brian German
 
What do teens wish that adults knew about them? Teens participating in the 2021 YouthLead program answered this question thoughtfully and honestly. Julianna Shults joins us to share their answers. Julianna is a Director of Christian Education serving at LCMS Youth Ministry. Read the article What Teen Leaders Want Adult Leaders to Know on youthESour…
 
This full episode serves to explore, discuss, and develop actionable practices to deconstruct syllabus and alternative forms of pedagogy, by looking at intersections between music jams and a classroom. How can we "jazz-up" our syllabus?In this first part, our team explore decolonial practices around syllabus deconstruction and explores new pedagogi…
 
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