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Best Christian Music Books podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Christian Music Books podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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The official podcast of ReadingIsMySuperPower.org. Two romance authors nerd out over books, movies and TV! Romance authors Jessica Kate and Hannah Davis know the only thing better than reading, writing or watching good stories, is talking about them. Visit facebook.com/storynerds.
 
Though carols are traditionally associated with Christmas, this was not always the case. “Carol” comes from the French word 'carole' which means circle dance accompanied by singing. It was part of any festivity and gradually came to be associated with holidays like Christmas. In England, festivities were banned following the Civil War and Protestantism, but many song writers and Protestants wrote musical works to be sung at Christmas and these were referred to as “carols.” Today, Christmas a ...
 
Spirit-filled daily reflections on the Mass Readings of the Roman Catholic Church from the book Our Daily Bread by James Kurt (with imprimatur). The daily podcasts are voice only, while the podcasts for Sundays and Solemnities are produced with music and other elements. Another podcast recently added: Prayers to the Saints - a prayer to each saint on the calendar for the US. Also with imprimatur.
 
Hey this is Jodi and Chris from Love & The Outcome, welcome to our podcast! We’re a married couple who rock out together, we're parents of Milo and Ziggy, and we're following Jesus as best as we can. This podcast will take you on our journey covering family, spirituality, wellness, and of course music. Our life is a road trip, our mess is our message... we’re happy to invite you into it!
 
Hosts Noah and Glendon work through various ways the church needs to change in order to see the world in its wholeness. Themes of nonduality, meditation, contemplation, inclusion, diversity, and how to address patriarchal and colonized structures are explored in-depth with various guests.
 
A music focused podcast featuring the risky yet rewarding come up stories of all my entrepreneurial friends in the industry. Ranging from artists, managers, A&R's, agents, creatives and all things in between. A chance to sit down with some of the most inspiring people I know - hear their stories and learn some important lessons from the beginning, middle and current parts of their journey.
 
The Wade-O Radio Show is an international, terrestrial, Internet radio show, and podcast that provides its listeners with high-quality Christian Hip Hop music, news, and interviews. [To Book DJ Wade-O for your next event, email booking@wadeoradio.com] In each episode the listener can expect the latest news with audio segments from Laide Mak, mixes by DJ Wade-O, a New Song of the Week, a countdown of the ten hottest songs out right now, conversations about controversial topics within the Chur ...
 
Promoting the Good News in Contemporary Fashion!!!Gospel Music Artist, Song Writers, Book Reviews, CD reviews, Concert Reviews, Community Interviews, Positive Words of Encouragement, we present YOU to the world!!!(To Hear the Interviews Click on the Titles)
 
Everybody has some broken records, negative messages that rattle around in our souls. Join author and spoken word poet Amena Brown as she unpacks the themes from her non-fiction book How to Fix a Broken Record with a different guest each episode. Through compelling interviews, cackling, and conversation, Amena and guests discuss life, love, faith, and broken records while reviewing the soundtracks of their lives.
 
Join us as we delve into the principles and practices of homeschool Morning Time aka Morning Basket or Circle Time. With both experts in their fields and mentor-moms, we will discuss everything from how to choose the right books for a wide age range, to how to memorize a poem, to how to get the kids to sit still. All your burning Morning Time questions answered right here -- every other Tuesday.
 
In the 21st century people have more questions that answers, but time and again when we look to "The Word of God" we see the answer to every question is Jesus! The WORD Research Podcast features Biblical sermons, and discussion on Biblical and Cultural topics that relate to you, your life, and your world. Join us as we research His Word together.
 
The ComposerDad Podcast is full of music and adventure stories for kids and their parents. Follow ComposerDad as he receives “intense compositional challenges” from a talking Bible, Animatronic Shakespeare, a supermassive black hole, and families everywhere. Learn about the creative process, listen to great music, and hear fun stories told by silly characters. For music-loving families, fans of Eleanor Amplified, and Story Pirates. Part of the Kids Listen community of podcasters.
 
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Warning: Economics. In this episode, we begin with Eisler’s testimony before the skeptical Senators of the Committee on Banking and Currency in Washington, D.C. on January 20, 1934, in which he proposed that the nation adopt a dual currency system to control inflation and end the Great Depression. I (a non-economist) talk about what this means with…
 
Before the global pandemic of Covid-19 arrived, public health experts in the U.S. and U.K. were warning of the epidemic of loneliness. Loneliness steals more years of life than obesity. Loneliness is as much of a risk as smoking. Loneliness shortens a lifespan as much as poverty. It is associated with addiction, depression, anxiety, paranoia, and e…
 
Rea Berg loves books and stories. She has become quite the collector of them through the years as she homeschooled her six children and then later went on to found Beautiful Feet Books. On today's show Rea joins me to chat about how we can use literature to teach history from story. We will be chatting about some of the challenges homeschool famili…
 
The best of the decade lists continues! In this episode I take a look at 2017, counting down my favorite movies and video games from that year. This is part 2 of a planned 10 episode series breaking down every year and then compiling my favorites of the decade at the end! I hope you enjoy the ride! Be sure to like Helix Reviews on FaceBook and Subs…
 
O wise virgin so willing to leave your people behind to wed the only One who could win your heart, the Lord Jesus Christ, you were not swayed by punishment or persecution to renounce Him whom you loved but remained humble and diligent in your chastity and poverty and penance, sleeping on thorny mats for your Bridegroom and your persecutors – pray w…
 
Pop-O-Holics Weekly Upload (07/13/2020) Brian’s Wacky News Corner: News: Walmart converting 160 parking lots to Drive in theaters this August (https://www.cnn.com/2020/07/02/business/walmart-drive-in-theaters/index.html) Movies: The Painted Bird (7/17) The Sunlit Night (7/17) TV: Peacock (7/15) Video Games: Paper Mario: The Origami King (Switch) 7/…
 
(Is.7:1-9; Ps.48:2-9; Mt.11:20-24) “Unless your faith is firm you shall not be firm!” “Take care you remain tranquil and do not fear; let not your courage fail.” For “great is the Lord and wholly to be praised in the city of our God” and “renowned is He as a stronghold.” But the faithless shall be as the rebellious nations which came against the Lo…
 
Engaging with almost any Western philosopher of the last couple centuries means you are usually, whether you realize it or not, working in the shadow of Hegel, his work proving stubbornly resistant to attempts to remove from contemporary thought. This has itself proven to be a source of much debate and conflict, as Hegel is notoriously difficult to…
 
When we talk about technology we always talk about the future—which makes it hard to figure out how to get there. In Future Histories: What Ada Lovelace, Tom Paine, and the Paris Commune Can Teach Us about Digital Technology (Verso), Lizzie O’Shea argues that we need to stop looking forward and start looking backwards. Weaving together histories of…
 
David Kaiser is a truly unique scholar: he is simultaneously a physics researcher and a historian of science whose writing beautifully melds the past and future of science. As a historian, he studies mostly 20th-century physics, and in particular the history of quantum mechanics, Feynman diagrams, physics in the counterculture era, and much more. A…
 
Tai Verdes joins us this week to tell the story of his current single “Stuck in the Middle” blowing up in real time right now! Tai has an amazing story having tried many different creative lanes and now finally finding his true calling as an artist. In addition he’s just an incredibly down to earth dude who has a great way of telling stories. He br…
 
(Is.1:10-17; Ps.50:8-9,16-17,21,23; Mt.10:34-11:1) “Your hands are full of blood! Wash yourselves clean!” Elsewhere in Scripture we read, “The Lord chastises those whom He loves” (Heb.12:6), and this truth is made evident in our readings today. The Lord commands us through the prophecy of Isaiah, “Put away your misdeeds from before my eyes; cease d…
 
Our guest today is the host of The Creepy Tech Podcast. Lydia Shompole takes a look at the darker side of technology and helps her listeners make conscious choices about how they want to use technology in their everyday life. She also is the founder of the Cross Pods Network helping fellow podcasters out there, and we’ll get into all the wonderful …
 
Christians see Jesus as the Savior, Messiah and Son of God. Jews see Jesus as a heretic. During his earthly ministry, the Apostles and his followers saw him as a Jewish reformer. Nearly two millennia later, Christians see Jesus as Savior, Son of God and a Christian, sometimes forgetting his Jewish roots. Many of Jesus' actions are only understood w…
 
(Is.55:10-11; Ps.65:10-14,Lk.8:8; Rom.8:18-23; Mt.13:1-23) “The seed sown on rich soil is the one who hears the word and understands it, who indeed bears fruit.” Comes the Word of God. To our eyes, to our ears. A seed sown within our hearts. May it find rich soil in which to grow, that we might know “the redemption of our bodies.” “The rain and the…
 
O monastic father who led the way into the desert where the Lord speaks to men’s hearts, where He calls souls to perfect worship, putting Christ before all else and treating others as He Himself… O you who prayed most perfectly, you who knew God so intimately – pray that our distracted minds will somehow be conformed to listening for His voice and …
 
(Is.6:1-8; Ps.93:1-2,5; Mt.10:24-33) “‘Holy, holy, holy is the Lord of hosts,’ they cried one to the other. ‘All the earth is filled with His glory.’” Hear the angels’ song. It is their praise, which fills the heavens like fragrant incense, that our psalmist proclaims: “The Lord is king, in splendor robed; robed is the Lord and girt about with stre…
 
In this episode, I talk with Pernilla Myrne about her exciting and excellently researched book Female Sexuality in the Early Medieval Islamic World: Gender and Sex in Arabic Literature, published with IB Taurus in 2020. Pernilla Myrne is an Associate Professor of Arabic Literature and History at the University of Gothenburg in Sweden, where she als…
 
Faith begins in the home. It's a legacy that Yael Eckstein, a young Jewish mother, believes is essential to moving forward in life. It's her father's faith that lives through her today. That father, the late Rabbi Yachiel Eckstein, began a legacy of bringing Jews and Christians together, not in spite of their faith, but because of it. Rabbi Eckstei…
 
(Hos.14:2-10; Ps.51:3-4,8-9,12-14,17; Mt.10:16-23) “O Lord, open my lips, and my mouth shall proclaim your praise.” Hosea instructs the Israelites, “Take with you words, and return to the Lord,” and this David does in his psalm of sorrow. In “sincerity of heart” he begs the Lord’s forgiveness for his sin and finds that the Lord creates “a clean hea…
 
How do the political afterlives of Malcolm X and Martin Luther King, Jr. continue to shape American democracy? How does a common myth of opposition distort our understanding of civil rights? In his dual biography, The Sword and the Shield: The Revolutionary Lives of Malcolm X and Martin Luther King Jr. (Basic Books, 2020), Peniel E. Joseph (Barbara…
 
O righteous band of martyrs united by faith in Christ and His Church in a nation of religious oppression: children and grandparents, workers and teachers, lay and ordained, native and foreign-born… all as one you gave your lives, led by your convictions – pray the Word of the Lord come to a land so cold to conversion, to the love and worship of Jes…
 
(Hos.11:1,3-4,8-9; Ps.80:2-4,15-16; Mt.10:7-15) “I am God and not man, the Holy One present among you.” And He comes to us as do the disciples today, blessing each home as He enters. And “if the home is deserving, [His] blessing will descend upon it. If it is not, [His] blessing will return” to Him. Be careful to receive the blessing of the Lord, f…
 
In this episode I am joined by award-winning director and filmmaker Ken Burns and his producer Dayton Duncan to discuss their latest project for PBS, “Country Music.” They have worked together on several documentaries, including Jazz, Civil War, Baseball. In our conversation, we talk about American culture, the influences of country music, and the …
 
The day is finally here! Seven years after the original game, The Last of Us' much anticipated sequel is finally out in the wild! Since release it has had a controversial reception with a lot of love and hate! I've now completed the game and in this episode I give my spoiler-free review on this game I've been waiting on for so long! Enjoy! Be sure …
 
The gang continues their month of Doctor Who with one of David Tennant's most iconic episodes, The Waters of Mars. Originally Aired On: November 15, 2009, as part of the 2008-2010 Specials Directed by: Graeme Harper Written by: Russell T Davies and Phil Ford Score by: Murray Gold Cast: David Tennant as Doctor Who (10th Doctor) Lindsay Duncan as Ade…
 
(Hos.10:1-3,7-8,12; Ps.105:2-7; Mt.10:1-7) “Jesus sent these men on mission as the Twelve.” And in these men the Lord founds His Church, choosing “first Simon, now known as Peter,” as the Rock upon whom the Building rests, and in like fashion all the twelve apostles, upon whom He places His Spirit. And so the foundation is set. And so none can sepa…
 
In this bonus episode after rewatching The Invisible Man, David talks about what he thinks would make for an interesting sequel. Enjoy! Be sure to like Helix Reviews on FaceBook and Subscribe on iTunes and Stitcher! helixreviewspodcast@gmail.com Bonus Episode #22: http://ia601505.us.archive.org/9/items/bonus-22-the-invisible-man-sequel-ideas_202007…
 
In this episode, we focus on one of Eisler’s most controversial works, a reconstruction of the 1st-century Roman Jewish historian Josephus’ account of the events surrounding the death of Jesus and the ministry of John the Baptist, including a new physical description of Jesus that apparently prompted the Christ to appear to followers in America to …
 
Juan Francisco Manzano and Gabriel de la Concepción Valdés (Plácido) were perhaps the most important and innovative Cuban writers of African descent during the Spanish colonial era. Both nineteenth-century authors used Catholicism as a symbolic language for African-inspired spirituality. Likewise, Plácido and Manzano subverted the popular imagery o…
 
In Michelangelo’s Inner Anatomies (Penn State University Press), Christian Kleinbub challenges the notion that Michelangelo, renowned for his magnificent portrayals of the human body, was merely concerned with “superficial” anatomy—that is, the parts of the body that can be seen from the outside. Providing a fresh perspective on the artist’s portra…
 
“What makes song sparrows, Verdi, medieval monks, and minstrelsy part of the same taxonomy?” So asks—and answers—Rachel Mundy, who is Assistant Professor of Music at Rutgers University–Newark. In her book, Animal Musicalities: Birds, Beasts, and Evolutionary Listening (Wesleyan University Press, 2018), Mundy shows how the history of the humanities …
 
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