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Best Belief podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Belief podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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Our Strange Skies is a biweekly podcast that delves into the stories of ordinary people encountering the "unidentified" in hteir backyards and beyond. Each episode explores the UFOs and otherworldly beings that inhabit UFO subculture, and looks at what's left once you remove skepticism and belief.
 
Do all paths lead to God? Is the Bible history or mythology? Are we saved by grace or good works? Featuring panelists from a variety of Christian traditions, this program seeks to answer questions like these by paying close attention to the text of Scripture in its original historical context. If you want to better understand what you believe and why you believe it, subscribe to this podcast!
 
And we are The Non-Prophets!... a live atheism focused internet show airing on the first and third Wednesday of every month, starting at 7:30 PM Central (01:30-03:00 UTC). Hosted by Russell Glasser, Jeff Dee, and Denis Loubet, the Non-Prophets focuses on atheism and the separation of church and state.
 
Delivering the Mueller Report, in audiobook-style format, without political commentary. Due to the wide public interest in the "Report on the Investigation into Russian Interference in the 2016 Presidential Election," this project started with the belief that quality audio of the report should be available for anyone to hear -- and not hidden behind a paywall or require a subscription. For many of us, reading through the report page-by-page is too time consuming. This is the report, availabl ...
 
At the heart of what we do is an unwavering belief that growth is possible in the life of individuals with autism. This foundational belief comes from the latest autism research and our experience with thousands of cases where the child’s growth-seeking drive has been activated, making a way for the crucial parent-child Guiding Relationship to form and for Dynamic Intelligence to develop.
 
Each week, host Eric Dwinnells and a different guest cohost chat about a spooky subject. From the paranormal to true crime, from ghosts to amusement park rides, from the occult to bizarre religious belief, from the serious to the silly, if it's spooky, we'll talk about it! Check out our website spookyas.com for more info and pics for each episode. Have a spooky story, question, or show idea? Email us at spookyaspodcast@gmail.com
 
Jones.Show is the brainchild of author and speaker Randall Kenneth Jones and the original voice of “Siri,” Susan C. Bennett. Jones, the program’s host, and Bennett, the announcer and recurring guest, share a belief in the importance of conversation, laughter, listening, and respect for different belief systems. In addition to Jones’ established network of newsmakers and celebrities, Jones.Show's guests will include real people with surreal insight and will feature Jones' signature blend of p ...
 
Sarah Laughed it says within herself due to disbelief. The virtuous woman laughed without fear due to her belief. Going through life sometimes feels as if you are stuck between the mix of the two. Join Kristal and T as they delve into a variety of topics and give full on transparency about some of the things that God has called us to do.
 
Give a gift to youhttps://www.iheart.com/podcast/269-breaking-beliefs-51013471/rself each week during this podcast to go on a self journey and explore the internal beliefs that drive your patterns and habits that can show up in ways that prevent you from what you want most in your life, whether at work or at home. During this podcast, Amy Vetter, a CPA, Yogi & Technologist, and the author of Business, Balance and Bliss, will explore how we can break from these beliefs with her guests that ar ...
 
My name is Ryan and I believe that we all have the power to make our lives and our days better with a simple belief, live for positivity. I have the amazing opportunity to be a part of a company called CBT Nuggets where we work hard to be better today than yesterday. I am looking forward to learning and talking about how the power of positive thinking can make every day a bit brighter. We have choices every day that allow us to view every moment from a positive or negative perspective. Let's ...
 
In Good Faith is the place to hear stories and accounts from believers, told in their own words. Our hope is to listen with an open heart, celebrating the power of faith and belief, and what those stories mean to the ones who tell them.Host Steven Kapp Perry talks with believers from all walks of faith--Catholic and Episcopalian, Buddhist and Baptist, Jewish and Hindu, Presbyterian and Seventh Day Adventist, Muslim and Mormon--in other words, human beings and believers, sharing their persona ...
 
We all would like to think that we're immune to being persuaded, but were that true, advertising wouldn't work, the best candidates would always get elected, and our personal relationships would always be equitable.On Belief examines why, with so much information available to us to dissuade us from joining harmful groups. I ask people who have had first hand experience with harmful groups and sects how they were seduced, how they were tricked, and how they got out.
 
Contrary to common belief, philosophy is not a useless field for academics in an ivory tower, detached from reality. Approached rationally, its principles are the indispensable foundation and practical toolset for navigating the complexities of life on earth. In this series, we explore important philosophical issues, offering answers to life’s big questions, and contemporary controversies, from the perspective of Ayn Rand’s philosophy, Objectivism.
 
Legend tells of a duck, whose sole purpose was to draw the criticism of game developers...Quacking Ducks is a podcast in which two friends, Grant and Eric, talk about the media they love. With the belief that examining works with a critical eye fosters growth as creatives, Grant and Eric take turns each week picking a work they love and discuss what they liked, hated, feared, and respected about it.They try to be funny too, but no promises.
 
This podcast is full of tools and inspirational messages that will help you explore how to create and manifest what you want through your core belief systems. You will learn to embrace all aspects of your natural abundance such as self love, life passion, financial satisfaction, and your ability to grow healthy relationships at home, in business and within your community.
 
“Nature” is a short essay by Ralph Waldo Emerson published anonymously in 1836. It is in this essay that the foundation of transcendentalism is put forth, a belief system that espouses a non-traditional appreciation of nature. Recent advances in zoology, botany, and geology confirmed Emerson’s intuitions about the intricate relationships of nature at large. The publication of “Nature” is usually taken to be the watershed moment at which transcendentalism became a major cultural movement. Hen ...
 
Awaken, discover and connect to the deeper meaning of the world around you with SuperSoul. Hear Oprah’s personal selection of her interviews with thought-leaders, best-selling authors, spiritual luminaries, as well as health and wellness experts. All designed to light you up, guide you through life’s big questions and help bring you one step closer to your best self.
 
Building on the belief that a deeper understanding of the natural world enriches all of our lives, host Steven Rinella brings a deep and relevant look at all outdoor topics including hunting, fishing, nature, conservation and wild foods. Filled with humor, irreverence and things that will surprise the hell out of you, each episode welcomes a diverse group of guests who add their own expertise on the vast world of the outdoors. Part of MeatEater, Inc.
 
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In Part 2, We discuss: What it's like to leave a group and a marriage at the same time Leaving a group when you're not legally free to work inthe country where you live How having a son made Eric re-evaluate his experiences When he knew it was time to leave How he got out What he did once he was out And more... Support On Belief: A Podcast About Cu…
 
Though strides have been made to empower women in different industries across the board, women leaders are still often underestimated. Even in positions of power, women are treated differently, but they never stop carving out spaces for themselves wherever they are. Amy Vetter interviews Madeline Pratt, the CEO and Founder of Womxn Talk Money, a ne…
 
For many, the 'turn of the century' conjures images of frontier adventures, soot-chocked smoke stacks, or train tracks pointing toward westward expansion. But here in the Belief Hole, our attention is focused on the stranger side - tall (but perhaps true) tales of cowboys in shoot-outs with flying monsters, midwestern towns visited by strange, wing…
 
In this week’s episode, we discuss the crazy world of relics. Do we really have Christ’s burial cloth or his foreskin? Did a barber save a piece of Muhammad’s beard? Did Mary leave her belt for the apostle Thomas? Does the physical state of a saint’s blood affect world events? Does Buddha’s tooth give you power? Obviously no.As always we are not ex…
 
Happy Presidents’ Day Weekend! On this week’s State of Belief, Interfaith Alliance’s weekly radio show and podcast, we’ll look at the 2020 race for the White House, stop by the intersection of moral public action and personal spirituality, and remember how one beloved past president responsibly included faith in his brilliant oratory. With the firs…
 
Dr. Brett Salkeld is the Archdiocesan Theologian for the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Regina Saskatchewan and the author of "Transubstantiation: Theology, History and Christian Unity". You might assume that this is simply a book about a historical theological dispute, and it is, but I think this book is a clear presentation of the history of the c…
 
The first science fiction novel is likely Mary Shelly’s Frankenstein, released on (911 encode) January 1, 1818, while she was all of 20 years old. Jules Verne would be next releasing tales mixing science and fantasy, but the credit for the creation of science fiction as a literary device almost certainly goes to H.G. Wells. Wells was the head of th…
 
This week we discuss mental health issues in America and how people are dealt with when they have a breakdown. We also find a church that tells it older members to stay away to attract younger members. And we end with a newly developing case of a woman and her missing kids and potential ties to a new mysterious cult. Buttigieg Supporter Finds Out H…
 
Despite being born with a disability in both arms (ectrodactyly) Ryan Niemiller, the self-proclaimed “Cripple Threat of Comedy” shares his views of the world from the perspective of the handicapped. He placed third on AMERICA’S GOT TALENT (AGT) in 2019. He also advanced to the semi-finals round on AGT CHAMPIONS in 2020. An Indiana native, Ryan bega…
 
Tyler joins the show and tells Wes and Spenny about how he has used the principles of the Chemical Scale to become more sensitive to his brain's chemistry. By understanding where he is on the Chemical Scale at any given moment, Tyler has been able to identify moments of weakness and win more battles than ever before. Listen to learn how you can dev…
 
Listen to our podcast on GRATITUDE AND SELF LOVE. You may be thinking that you already have this topic covered, but trust me you won’t want to miss this Free Power Hour. The small amount of time you invest in this will save you a TON of time and frustration as well as give you […] The post Gratitude and Self Love appeared first on Essence of Being.…
 
The Bible says human hearts are sinful, but beyond that we’re slaves to sin. The Bible says sin is not just an action; it’s a power. Every sinful action has a destructive power upon the faculty that put that action forth. In other words, when you sin with the mind, that sin shrivels the rationality. When you sin with the emotions, that sin shrivels…
 
Abortion is an important issue consistently in the public discourse. What makes it so persistent? Should there be any legal limit on abortion? Much of the discussion about abortion revolves around differing views of when life begins. Is there something significantly different about an entity before and after it’s born? Join David Birnbaum as he int…
 
Donavon Riley reads and discusses an article by Marty Skovelund Jr., "The Philosophy of Inanimate Objects." Also, thoughts on upcoming episodes, moving from self to sacrifice, and what happens when we stop chasing after what everyone else wants. https://gillespie.coffee https://havokjournal.com/culture/the-philosophy-of-inanimate-objects/…
 
The Good Place both expresses and informs the spiritual and religious beliefs of Western culture. Even though up to 90 percent of Americans express some sort of belief in some sort of God the Christian God is quite absent from the popular TV sitcom. Why? What is the worldview beneath The Good Place? Pew Religious Landscape Survey https://www.pewfor…
 
As a part of WW Presents “Oprah’s 2020 Vision: Your Life in Focus,” Golden Globe winner, Emmy-nominated actress and style icon Tracee Ellis Ross sits down with Oprah for their first one-on-one interview. In front of a live audience in Dallas, Texas, Tracee shares her thoughts on growing older, explains what she calls being “choice-ful” and discusse…
 
In this clip I address predictions I have made about the moon and how you can help prove or disprove them. I also address some confusion about stars and how they appear and how to correctly present footage and avoid spreading confusion. I state for the record that the moon plays no role in a solar eclipse and that it may be see-through at New and w…
 
Rationality rules is still complaining about Jordan Peterson. Why? At least he's being fair, recognizing that Jordan is very careful about his speech. His crime? Not joining the religious/moral bandwagon. What he doesn't realize is that Jesus go smuggled long ago and he echos centuries of Christian preachers complaining about Christian insufficienc…
 
In the narrative we’re looking at, Naaman continually seeks to go to kings, but God insists on continually speaking to Naaman only and exclusively through slaves. Naaman is continually going to “somebodies,” and God insists on speaking to him through “nobodies.” What does that mean? What does that tell us about ourselves? What does that tell us abo…
 
Episode #108 - Brooklin SPECIAL EDITION: This Beliefcast is a special one because of the courage of a young girl who shares her struggle with pornography since she was 9 years old. With permission from her mom and dad, Brooklin shares in detail how she became trapped by this strangling addiction. Her courage and vulnerability will blow you away. If…
 
Steven Rinella talks to Dr. Justin Schmidt, Li Schmidt, Corinne Schneider, Ryan Callaghan, and Phil Taylor. Topics discussed: A quick Chinese love song; developing the Schmidt Pain Index; lying down on an ant hill; camouflage in the animal world; what Steve thought when he got stung by a bullet ant; poisonous defense systems; hitching a ride on a m…
 
Fr. Robert Verrill (Baylor University) joins us to discuss the implications of contemporary quantum theory with Thomistic metaphysics. The premise may seem bizarre. St. Thomas Aquinas (i) lived 700 years before the advent of quantum theory, (ii) believed in a geocentric cosmos, and (iii) believed that earth, air, fire, and water were the only four …
 
In this episode of the Escape Diet Prison, I am joined by size-inclusive eating psychology coach Florence Gillet. Florence helps chronic dieters and overeaters reclaim their freedom of body and mind in order to transform their lives. She specializes in working with women and mothers who wish to rise above unrealistic diet and beauty messages to emb…
 
SHOW TIME-STAMPS00:00:00 Introduction00:03:03 Daniel - MN: I Want to Believe in An Afterlife, but I'm an Atheist00:10:40 Alex - CO: A Rational Person Can Use Faith, & Faith Can Be Rational00:24:09 Mark - ME: The Koran/Quran is More Accurate than the Bible00:35:47 Dalton - NJ - Used to Be Christian, Now Hindu but Doubting...What Do I Do? 00:44:35 Jo…
 
SHOW TIME-STAMPS00:04:26 Ronique - TN - Recently deconverted, is in a weird spot with spiritual/new age folks00:21:14 Hayden - DE - Would like to talk about their beliefs00:33:43 Jeron - TX - Is a believer, and is challenged with understanding the concept of God.00:45:40 Mika - Sweden - What is the definition of God from an atheist’s perspective.01…
 
We frequently talk on this program about the importance of “knowing what you believe and why you believe it.” But it’s also really important to understand what your neighbors believe, particularly in our increasingly pluralistic culture. On this program, Shane Rosenthal talks with Adam Duker about his interest in comparative religion, and his exper…
 
Jesus' Sermon on the Mount reviews the Law of Moses but in a strange way. He demands more. At the same time he was notoriously cozy with sinners. How does this work? Click here to meetup with other channel viewers for conversation https://discord.gg/2uUhZBK The link will prompt you to download the software for this free group messaging service. Thi…
 
14:11 Stan in Philadeplphia Defending gold-diggers. It's behaviors between two consenting adults. "Money is more important than muscles." What about if the relationship becomes a dependency? Is it exploitation? It can introduce various forms of abuse, like financial abuse. One of the examples is getting one's education paid for by gold-digging. Wha…
 
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