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The Book of 2 Machabees (more commonly rendered 2 Maccabees) is an abridgement of another work, now lost, which describes the events surrounding the defeat of Antiochus IV Epiphanes and the rededication of the Jewish temple in the 2nd Century BCE. It's canonicity (status as Holy Writ) was established later in the Christian era, and hence forms part of the deuterocanon (2nd canon). It is excluded from the Jewish bibles as well as modern Protestant bibles. The Church of England, in 1571, affir ...
 
A bi-weekly podcast hosted by Andrew Massie and Rachael Clark, Armchair Apocrypha features armchair experts telling stories from the subjects they’re passionate about. Featuring a social servant with theories about mixed martial arts, a barista with opinions about first ladies, and a news content specialist with feelings about ghosts.
 
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Apocrypals

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Apocrypals

Benito and Chris

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A podcast where two non-believers read through the Bible but aren't, you know, jerks about it. Join comics writers Benito Cereno and Chris Sims as they journey through the Good Book from Acts to Zephaniah, with stops in the Apocrypha along the way.
 
Judith is the 18th book of the Bible and one of the historical books in the Old Testament. The overall theme is the power of prayer. The Israelites are besieged by the forces of Holofernes and pray to God to overcome the forces. Judith seduces Holofernes and beheads him in his sleep, when the forces find their leader dead, they flee in battle. The Israelites benefit from their spoils and Judith sings praises to God. (Summary by Sean McKinley)
 
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Bad Books of the Bible

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Bad Books of the Bible

Jamey Bennett, Joel J. Miller and Ancient Faith Radio

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A Podcast About a Collection of Books with a Curious Pedigree and an Even Stranger Legacy - The so-called apocryphal books are the Rodney Dangerfield of the Bible—they get no respect. Well, we’re here to fix that. We think these books deserve a little love. Why? Listen and find out yourself.
 
The Bible and Beyond podcast is a series of interviews with scholars who are able to unlock mysteries from extra-canonical books, forgotten scriptures, so-called 'gnostic' gospels, as well as the Bible. Host Shirley Paulson, Ph.D., and her guests explore historical and spiritual questions about Jesus, gender, women, salvation, healing, and the meaning of life. The discoveries these scholars share don’t always fit with what we've been told, but time and again they lead us toward a deeper inti ...
 
Mytholadies is a weekly podcast about women in mythology and folklore. From goddesses and warriors to sorceresses and monsters; women in mythology are fascinating, yet their stories are often overlooked! On the Mytholadies podcast, we aim to fix this by spotlighting the legendary deeds of women in mythology and folklore all over the world.
 
An open forum for Discussion and everyone to continuously question and seek the best ways to handle life's biggest issues. In the Apocryrpha, we also cover higher intellect random topics, like the pyrimids and other subjects that do require research. All of this information and everything else, is coated in lots of our humor to keep the ambiance mellow.
 
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Grisly History

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Grisly History

Graham Parker and Michael Ruiz

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Grisly History is a monthly long-form historical podcast detailing the true nature of adventure, destiny, and war. Through supporting evidence, archival documents, and eye-witness accounts, Grisly History pulls back the curtain on apocryphal events and paints a true-to-life image of history’s most harrowing tales. Grisly History is hosted by Graham Parker and produced by Michael Ruiz. More information about the podcast can be found on GrislyHistory.com
 
An Angel's Apocrypha was originally born as a side project. Stemming from electronic and acoustic roots, it quickly became prevalent that electronic instruments would be an important feature when developing melodies and song structure. The idea represented in the name of the project, the title of the album and the contents of the lyrics are intertwined; together, they illustrate the artist's perspective of religion, human interaction and the influence of space and time on humanity's existenc ...
 
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Looking-glass Forum

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Looking-glass Forum

E. David Sonnenthal - S. David Carson

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Looking-glass Forum introduces an instructive debriefing of the heavy content of today's cutting edge high-velocity news cycle. We are committed to confronting the most difficult political debates and convoluted cultural dilemmas facing modern society. We welcome you to Join the Book Club and the American revolt against the move toward the arbitrary authoritarianism of the burgeoning technetronic global government.
 
Lost Hemisphere Radio is the natural continuation of the geekery developed at the Lost Hemisphere website. After blathering on for years on the blog, the crew finally decided to invade the podcastiverse. Tune in to hear our hosts rant, ramble and postulate on Warmachine, Hordes, and other tabletop gaming shenanigans with their weekly guests, and join us on the forums to natter in the company of like-minded gamer geeks.
 
In this podcast, we are exploring the whole Bible, all the way through, from “In the beginning” (Genesis 1) to “Amen! Come, Lord Jesus” (Revelation 22). We’ll take a look at some of the ways our culture has perverted Scripture to its own ends, point out where we see God in the text, and always come away with a moral of the story.
 
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With the Coppermine Expedition portion of our Ends of the Earth series wrapped up, producer Michael Ruiz and host Graham Parker engage in an informal discussion on events surrounding the story of the Coppermine Expedition, shed light on more controversial elements of the story, and even try lichen soup for themselves. Apocrypha episodes of Grisly H…
 
In today's episode we celebrate Hanukkah by discussing the woman most associated with Hanukkah, Judith! We discuss the importance of Judaism to her story, delve into the Renaissance Power of Women art movement, and may or may not ruin your favorite Artemisia Gentileschi painting. This episode has a CONTENT WARNING for mentions of sexual assault, in…
 
Laura and I return to the mytharc once again for S03E15/16 "Piper Maru" and "Apocrypha" to talk ships, ships, and more ships! We discuss more about the stranglehold WWII has on this writers' room, an overabundance of nineties energy, and Skinner's polar opposite relationship with Scully versus Mulder. We see our favorite cranks, the Lone Gunmen, ic…
 
Quick, Theophiloi! Name your favorite Apostle! Okay, good, now we know who among you cannot be trusted, because anyone who said Andrew is a liar. My dude is boring as all h*ck except for the part where Andrew’s friend goes completely John Wick on a bunch of dudes who are trying to recreate the cover to Uncanny X-Men #251. That might not sound very …
 
James McGrath, a professor at Butler University, gives credit to several ancient thinkers for wrestling with the question of God in a messy world. Referencing Irenaeus, for example, he notes that it might be this way because we need to grow and develop. The question of evil, when we try to hold to a good God, is always with us, and we now have the …
 
10th Syllabus Journal Entry Contact us @ Osk.thesect@gmail.com Support us @ Cash App: $Seanwendy813 Show Notes 1 Check out this Podcast: Episode 1,075 – Fact Checker Gets War Room Struggle Session (w/ Jack Posobiec, Natalie Winters, Alan Duke) https://player.fm/1BHwGwc 2 Check out this Podcast: Episode 1,060 – Patriots Have the Power Over the Debt …
 
In this episode we explore the life and times of the pioneering Icelandic saga translator, historian, womanizer, drunkard, witch-defender, and murderer Thormod Torfæus (1636-1719). Following him from the miseries and nerdery of his native Iceland, to the jingoistic opulence of the Danish court, and finally to the shores of Norway. A voyage through …
 
In episode 116, I look at several biblical examples of superstitions and discuss what the early Christians believed about them. Faithful Witness: The Early Church’s Theology of Martyrdom Phil’s Website – https://philsbaker.com Patreon Page - patreon.com/philsbaker Apple Podcasts Channel - Reclaiming the Faith BDK - www.omegafrequency.com Contact me…
 
This episode represents another paradigm shift in the movement for disclosure as it relates to government black book operations and high level secret space programs. We trace the history of government propaganda dating back to the War of the Worlds radio address by Orson Wells which sparked mass hysteria and injected the concept of Martian invaders…
 
We were joined by our friend Kat to talk S03E17 "Pusher". We discussed Supermarket Sweeps, Mulder and Modell both being weeaboos, and Scully's hair being in top form. We lovingly made fun of the 90s fashion on display and the hyper masculine battle of strength and Russian roulette going on. Tune in next week as we talk S03E20 "Jose Chung's From Out…
 
After a brutal few years in the Canadian tundra, Sir John Franklin and those in his expedition prepare to traverse the last hundred miles to the northern shores of Canada. Yet, when they arrive and rescue is nowhere to be found, the Coppermine Expedition has only one way to survive–heading back the way they came. And, with a murderer in their midst…
 
In episode 115, I look at how the early Christians navigated the destruction of Jerusalem in AD 70. I also discuss how they treated the Jewish people in those days and during the Bar Kokhba revolt of the 2nd Century. Faithful Witness: The Early Church’s Theology of Martyrdom Phil’s Website – https://philsbaker.com Patreon Page - patreon.com/philsba…
 
In this episode we break down the cognitive dissonance associated with the catastrophic attack in NYC on 9/11/01 whereupon the American people were taken in by the machinations of the Deep State military industrial complex and convinced by a concerted effort of the elite political class in Washington D.C. to steer the nation into an inexplicable wa…
 
In this early winter episode, we discuss the archetype of the old crone, as well as several crones in mythology and folklore. We talk about Elli from Norse Mythology, Cailleach Béara from Celtic mythology, Kikimora from Slavic folklore, Frau Holle from Germanic folklore, and several English water hags. For more information about today's episode, go…
 
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