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CrossFeed Religious News (Audio) brings you the latest religious news each week as found on crossfeednews.com, the only social religious news community on the internet! Watch level-headed Christian commentary from Dale Critchley in Cleveland and Jim Butler in Boston, a couple Lutheran (LCMS) pastors, discussing everything from abortion to gay marriage to statements from the Pope to VeggieTales, not to mention regular Superman and Star Wars references. We take the news seriously, but we don't ...
 
CrossFeed Religious News (Video) brings you the latest religious news each week as found on crossfeednews.com, the only social religious news community on the internet! Watch level-headed Christian commentary from Dale Critchley in Cleveland and Jim Butler in Boston, a couple Lutheran (LCMS) pastors, discussing everything from abortion to gay marriage to statements from the Pope to VeggieTales, not to mention regular Superman and Star Wars references. We take the news seriously, but we don't ...
 
At times we are hilarious. Sometimes we are outlandish, others provocative, but always informative. More Content Talk dares to peel back the veneer of proper manners, and bring the news to you straight, no chaser, In order to do that we have to call things how we see it. The world unfolds very much like a true crime saga. Whether you are reading about the abuse of power of current leaders, the intrigue of European monarchs or the religious conquests of Ancient Rome, there is no escaping it: ...
 
We believe Northern Ireland has a better story to tell — one that goes beyond bombs, bullets and a sunken ship. You are part of this story. With 180+ conversations featuring some of the incredible people who call this place home, our weekly show gives you the chance to get away from the clickbait and connect with the amazing things happening on your doorstep. Previous guests include NASA Scientists, Billion-Dollar CEOs, 91-year-old parkrunners, teenaged entrepreneurs, Oscar-winning directors ...
 
With her super-sensitive sense of smell, sixteen year-old Kaia Smith is used to not fitting in. So when she receives an invitation from Dr. Vadim Grigori to participate in the Grigori Young Scholars Program with its promise that she will meet others like herself, she jumps at the chance. But what is the GYSP really about? Why are the faculty so interested in the story of the Fall of the Watchers? Why are they obsessed with antimony? And what role will GYSP participants like Kaia play in thei ...
 
Rev. Gabriel Salguero is the Senior Pastors of the multicultural Lamb’s Church in New York City. His life’s work is bringing an ethical framework to public policy and empowering multicultural leadership. Salguero has worked on issues of indigenous leadership development, faith and public policy, as well as racial and economic justice. Rev. Gabriel Salguero is the founder of P.O.G. international, a ministry focused on diversity leadership empowerment and training. He presently serves as the P ...
 
Kicked out of his parental home by his scheming young stepmother, a young country boy, Arthur Mervyn arrives in Philadelphia. Here he finds the city in the throes of a deadly yellow-fever epidemic. However, he finds a small job as a clerk and is determined to make his way in the world. He soon discovers that his employer is a con man and a murderer. One night, Arthur helps him dispose of a body in the river. While they're struggling with the corpse, the employer is swept away by the current. ...
 
O Alienista follows a famous psychiatrist obsessed with discovering the universal panacea to cure every kind of mental malady. In his missionary zeal, he consigns not just the mentally dysfunctional but also perfectly healthy and well adjusted ones to his newly opened asylum, since he believes that prevention is better than a cure. A revolt breaks out among the villagers. The good doctor now believes that “normalcy” is a malady and needs to be cured which takes the story on a bizarre turn. O ...
 
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It's Father's Day, and I personally was just fine with my son and my absolutely beautiful partner of over ten years now doing, well, nothing, not for me anyway. I used to take offense at this, as if it were somehow sacrilege to not acknowledge the holiday; it once caused me to fantasize about how all fathers were underappreciated. But that was not …
 
Connie Hunter-Jamison is a partner at StudioStereo, a multi-disciplinary design firm based in East Belfast which she co-founded with her late husband Craig in 2008. Some of her clients include: Madlug Van Morrision Belfast Whiskey Club And many, many more… From hot chocolate start-ups to multi-million-pound tech companies, Connie’s day-to-day is sp…
 
The words "I disagree with you" have way more power than most people will ever fully realize. You automatically give yourself the power of being unique as well as firm. Will this hurt people's feelings? Probably. Perhaps sometimes people need to have their feelings hurt. That may sound harsh, but a kind of satiric sharpness is sometimes necessary t…
 
They say that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. I say, I would rather have a salary than fans any day of the week. So would most people actually. This is the whole reason we have copyright laws, to ensure that the people who create are the people who get paid. It is not a perfect system, but at least we have something in place to slow cu…
 
Is it prejudice or is it preference? How do you know which is which? Well, that is a very simple question to answer, as I will demonstrate in the following podcast. In the year 2008, distinguishing between the two was decidedly less difficult. Having entire news segments dedicated to defining what was and was not prejudice simply did not exist back…
 
Is it just me or is everyone on social media an expert...in everything. Experts have always been a mixed bag, with some of them hoping to help large amounts of people while others hope to use their expertise to further dubious causes. It is perfectly fine not to blindly trust whoever claims to be an expert in any subject; however, there comes a poi…
 
We all know that we are living in an age of corporate welfare, where multi-billionaires are allowed to fire employees at will while simultaneously calling up the federal government every time they need another bailout. However, we do not talk so much about the spiritual welfare the most churches are currently on, leading lavish lifestyles while the…
 
Everyone loves to help others, or at least they realize they should pretend to. Caring is good, according to most people you meet. If more people cared then the world would seemingly be a much better place...or so the story goes. But what is the science of this thing we call empathy? In this episode of More Content Talk I take a look at how our bra…
 
A group of bipartisan senators, or as I like to call them, morons, decided that it would be a good idea to draw up an infrastructure plan that does not increase taxes on the wealthiest Americans, as many democrats, including Joe Biden, had previously promised. This failure will does not bode well for the democrat's hopes of regaining the White Hous…
 
Welcome to Sport Inspires, a podcast recorded with the Mary Peters Trust and made possible by the Coca-cola Thank you Fund. Today’s episode is with Irish Hockey Captain Katie Mullan, the Coleraine player leading the team to their first-ever Olympic Games. Along the way myself and Gold Medalist Lady Mary Peters ask about : The role team spirit has p…
 
In case you happened to miss it, Congress is in session and my goodness is it a huge mess in there. It is amusing that unity was the initial sounding board for both sides of the aisle, both of them crying out loud about their superior abilities to make deals in complex situations, to negotiate when the cards are stacked against them, to triumph whe…
 
Comedy is great when it is funny, but when it is dull, it is perhaps the most boring thing that one can experience. Watching bad comedy is like watching a train wreck in real time. You start to feel bad for the comedian at first; you think to yourself, "wow, poor guy is stinking up the place; maybe I'll give him a courtesy laugh or two just so he'l…
 
Americans are not impressed with Republicans...or Democrats. This probably comes as on surprise to the reader. Most of you that I have spoken with share similar feelings of distrust when it comes to the big two. They have continually failed to deliver on the promises they make. Of course bills are signed into law, orders are decreed and business go…
 
Well, Jeff Bezos has finally done it; he has cured mental disorders. That's right, all of them. How? With two day shipping of course, and all for the low, low price of...just shut the hell up and get in the closet already! The big executives at Amazon have been working round the clock to give you a safe space for your next mental crisis. That's rig…
 
Friends was an awful all white television program that ran during the 1990s. The show was so cheesy and corny that it developed a huge following amongst cheesy and corny people, of which there are many. So now "Friends" is considered the holy grail of white comedy, a bunch of losers with no ambition hanging out in their apartment and crying about t…
 
Paul Mooney once did an interview entitled "Too Black for Hollywood". It is a funny piece in the usual Mooney style, but it also touches on how his style of comedy was never really accepted by the vast majority of people. Mooney was able to make a career for himself and lived comfortably for most of his life, but this was largely because he remaine…
 
We love to talk about a lot of things in America, some of them true and some of them so damn fake that you fall over and laugh. One of these phony topics that the media refuses to let die is this polarization argument, this idea that the United States is at war with itself more than ever before. I just have to laugh at such claims. I talk about in …
 
Pamela and Richard Lilburn are the owners of Brookvale Farm, a 100-year old family farm that has been taking County Down by storm after they installed a milk vending machine just a few months ago. It’s where I get my milk, it’s the best milk I’ve ever tasted in Northern Ireland if you like a bit of nostalgia, it even comes in a reusable glass bottl…
 
Let me begin by saying that I do not blame the podcast community, perhaps apart from the far right portion of it, for the lack of diversity in podcasting. It is a fairly new medium and new mediums take time to flourish. But podcasting is growing fast and with that growth has come a growth in the diversity of the podcast audience. More and more mino…
 
If there is one thing you can count on from moderate democrats, it is that they will bow to republican demands whenever given the chance. I have discussed in great detail how the moderate approach to politics is the same as the republican approach to politics; there is literally no difference and you are seeing that proven true with the Congress' r…
 
After the recent shooting in San Jose, California, where a deranged VTA employee executed several coworkers he targeted for extermination, I immediately had an inkling the shooting had something to do with a grievance within the workplace. All the signs were there, the fact that it took place at the fuel station where no customers really were, the …
 
Let free dumb ring! God bless hysteria! I love this nation, don't you? Life, liberty and the pursuit ass backwardness. I personally could not be prouder to be an American. You may think that is a joke, and so do I, but that does not stop it from being true. We often take our freedom to throw a hissy fit for granted. Stuff like that is not really al…
 
Christine Boyle is the CEO of Senergy, a Belfast-based business bringing the world’s first nanocomposite solar thermal panels to market later this year. Not only is their technology is 50% cheaper and 3-4 times more efficient than other solar options, but they’ve also raised £1.7 million of investment while still retaining 96% ownership (!) In toda…
 
The only word that comes to mind when I think of the case of Ronald Greene is "tragedy". It is tragic for so many reasons: tragic because of the fear he must have felt, tragic to see another black man beaten like a dog in the street (worse than a dog in the street; we all know cops love dogs more than black people), tragic because this god fearing …
 
Dr Lucy Tallents is a wildlife conservationist who spent 10 years teaching at Oxford University before launching her environmental e-learning start-up VerdantLearn. After spending many years in the field herself, Lucy’s next adventure is to empower wildlife conservation professionals around the world through VerdantLearn’s collaborative online lear…
 
When I say traitor, you say Joe's. Traitor Joe's! Traitor Joe's! It never feels good to have someone you trust betray you and it feels even worse when they try to cover it up with lies. Deception is a common technique for corporations. What goes on outside of the company is often times very different what is occurring on the inside. The press has a…
 
Stephen Dunn describes himself as “just an ordinary guy” — despite cycling the entire length of Ireland, running marathons and becoming the first environmental consultant in Northern Ireland. After the success of his first business SDS Energy, Stephen and his co-founder Brian have created a new start-up called CarbonFIT: whose sole purpose is to he…
 
No, this is not a video about hating dogs or any animal for that matter. So just relax for a moment. Breathe in. Now breathe out. There you go. Just thought I would calm you down a bit. Look, I do not mind if you like your dog more than your mom; that is your business. For all I know, your dog can do all kinds of cool dog tricks that are worth more…
 
Blayne Shaw is an entrepreneur who worked in his family’s fashion business. Toyah Warnock is a Chemistry PhD who worked in a lab. Now they’re co-founders of Lane44: an eco-friendly shaving company who are on a mission to end the 1 billion plastic razors sent to landfill sites each year. In today’s episode we talk about: How the humble yet might saf…
 
Black America is currently under direct attack by white establishment conservatives formerly known as the New Right, not to be mistaken with the alt-right, which is a whole other brand of insanity. The New Right is the same band of Regan worshipers I have been decrying for years now. I think that these good old boys are far more dangerous than any …
 
Now you know damn well that Majorie Taylor Greene is crazy. No, no, do not sugar coat it; that woman is not mentally ill. There is no way any mentally ill person could possibly be that damn insane. Greene is one of those people who obviously stopped caring about what others think of her. She has such bravado about her false patriotism that she has …
 
The anti "cancel culture" hacks are at it again, discouraging young comedians instead of encouraging them as usual. It kind of makes sense when you think about it; the last thing a subpar comedian wants is for new talent to become widely available. Then they might actually have to write new material and you know damn well they cannot do that. There…
 
Misconceptions about the amazing lives of the rich and famous have abounded for decades, perhaps even centuries. The wild imaginings of every day people seem to come to life in the form of the wealthy celebrity, but is that really the case? Do we know these people intimately? And, if we do not, how can we possibly know what their lifestyles are act…
 
Anti-maskers are dumb. I am not going to waste a lot of time arguing why they are dumb at this point. I have done that in prior episodes in great detail. Instead I will just emphasize the contrary nature of a political movement, which is majority republican, that supports the destruction of the middle class all while demanding hugs and kisses from …
 
Hey folks. Hope you’re doing well. Just hopping on to give you a quick heads up about an exciting new mini-series we’re rolling out next week… ‘Climate Of Change’ is a five-part podcast series presented in partnership with Ulster Bank featuring Northern Irish start-ups who are tackling the climate challenge. Each episode is an opportunity to discov…
 
It is a bit difficult to be a true humanist, if there is such a thing, if you are always going on about how superior your particular culture is, but Europeans seem not to care very much about this issue. I was once again reminded of this contradictory fact when I came across a question on twitter which essentially asked, "do you feel safer criticiz…
 
Was there ever an age of reason or was it all just a bunch of philosophical nonsense? Are you truly more rational than the person who brags about their knowledge of god or are you simply employing the same bias that the religious person is employing, only from a more scientific perspective? Do you believe in science? Why do you choose to believe in…
 
Chris Gunning is the Finance Transformation Service lead at Heineken in Amsterdam where he has been living with his family over the last 20 years. Starting off back in Belfast with an Accountancy Degree from Queens, he’s since lived and worked all over the world on every continent — except Antarctica — for Global Tech Companies, Automotive business…
 
One of the reasons people spend so much time talking about love is because there simply is not that much out there for us to experience in the real world. People mock haters because they are honest, not because they believe them to be incorrect. Honesty is not allowed so the false pretense of love in spit of it all takes honesty's place. Because of…
 
Big dumb whiny baby Joe Rogan is at it again, and this time he is more ignorant than ever. Now, I know what you are thinking, "come on bro, it does not get much more ignorant than Joe Rogan. I mean, the dude said a strengthened immune system could beat covid for crying out loud." Yeah, that was a doozy, but it is nothing compared to his recent stat…
 
Aw, did I just hurt your feelings by stating a fact? Who the hell cares? I am done acting like some sort of babysitter for uninformed, often times willing ignorant, people. It is not my job to protect your political views from criticism. Quite the opposite. My job is to expose people for the bullshit artists they really are. I told you before that …
 
If you thought we were out of the woods with the Covid-19 pandemic then you should know better by now. There is just no way this things is over. Reports are coming out of countries rapidly on growing number of cases, at least two of these countries, Singapore and Taiwan, had incredibly low cases overall before the sudden surges. The new variant see…
 
This whole episode was inspired by a critique of the parenting skills of uncles, aunts, teachers and daycare workers. The comment went something like this, "uncles and aunts only say that parenting is easy because they are not around the child for as much time as parents have to be around the child; therefore, actual parents are always better at pa…
 
Too soon is a phrase that comes to mind when considering the CDC's recent decision to lift mask mandates for all vaccinated persons in most situations. The decision was obviously not well thought out and mostly done to lure people back to work and school. Politicians are still playing games with people's lives. As a result of this odd decision, six…
 
I cannot say that I am really surprised that Liz Cheney was removed from her power position in the house following her persistent refusal to blindly proclaim that election fraud took place in the 2020 presidential election. Seeing as Donald Trump remains quite popular amongst republicans, leading any potential challenger in the party by solid margi…
 
Anna and Carl Isaksson are the founders of Hotbox: Northern Ireland’s first ever beach sauna experience. The idea is simple yet utterly genius: what if after a cold plunge in the sea you could cosy into a sauna to sweat it out with your nearest and dearest? In today's episode we talk about: Working for and kissing kings How a gal from NI ended up m…
 
Certain people need a reason to ruin your sex life and they will latch onto anything to do it. These people generally do not have very much sex for one or a combination of various reasons: genetic predisposition, general distaste for humanity, a horrible accident, some sort of trauma, etc. Now that these people cannot enjoy sex, they feel a need to…
 
Do you know the history of your political party? Do you realize what is at the root of its various causes? Do you ever wonder how your party has changed over the years? I hate to break it to you, but all roads lead to gangs. Gangsta politics is will most likely be hard pill for most to swallow, not because it isn't true, but because it isn't very a…
 
During the incomparable shows at the Apollo Theater, if the audience was not satisfied with a particular stand up comedy act, the audience would mercilessly boo and jeer the self-proclaimed entertainer until they either voluntarily exited stage left or were shepherded off by a person with a big hook. At first glance this may seem cruel or even abus…
 
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