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Best Daniel j Gregory podcasts we could find (updated December 2019)
Best Daniel j Gregory podcasts we could find
Updated December 2019
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Podcast that looks at photography as an art and craft rather than a collection of camera gear.
 
Missiologically Thinking: Equipping the Church for the Multiplication of Disciples, Leaders, and Churches
 
THC is an interview-based show that seeks to explore topics of conspiracy, the paranormal, the psychedelic, & the esoteric with the best researchers and authors in the game.
 
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CoinWeek is the #1 Online Source for information about the rare coin market.Visit www.coinweek.com to get the latest news and information about coins, paper money, and precious metals
 
Join bishops, catechists and prominent Catholics in Our Sunday Visitor's fascinating in-depth journey exploring how to build strong families and a more loving world through the teachings of Pope Francis in The Joy of Love.
 
Join bishops, catechists and prominent Catholics in Our Sunday Visitor's fascinating in-depth journey exploring how to build strong families and a more loving world through the teachings of Pope Francis in The Joy of Love.
 
On Before The White Coat, SHM CEO and host Larry Wellikson explores the early influences and personal inspirations of some of the most influential individuals in healthcare and modern medicine.
 
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Episode 248 Most photographers, when they are learning about camera gear, learn that the lens controls the perspective. This isn’t exactly accurate; the subject to lens distance determines perspective along with the point of view. However, from a podcast a few weeks ago about fear, I was asked about perspective and meaningful photography. This ...…
 
Craig Ott is my guest on this episode of Strike the Match. Craig is a professor of Mission and Intercultural Studies at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. We talk about ecclesiology and missiology as we focus on Craig’s book The Church on Mission: A Biblical Vision for Transformation among All People. The Church is central to God’s work in th ...…
 
Episode 247 I don’t know a photographer who sets out to make or take bad photographs. Yet, we all come home with lots and lots of bad pictures. In this week’s podcast, we take a look at the value of the bad photograph. I feel too many photographers don’t take photographs for fear of the bad photo, but you have to respect the photographer that i ...…
 
Happy Thanksgiving everybody! Today, Steven M. Druker assures you that all your worst fears about genetically engineered crops are warranted. Steven M. Druker is a public interest attorney who, as executive director of the Alliance for Bio-Integrity, initiated a lawsuit that forced the FDA to divulge its files on genetically engineered foods. . ...…
 
Ernst Willem Van Den Bergh has been tinkering with the world from an early age. Born in 1964 in Amsterdam, he was repairing all things electronic by his teens, and built his first computer when he was 18. He went off to University to study computer science and physics and worked in IT until 2005. ...read more → The post Ernst Willem Van Den Ber ...…
 
Episode 246 I have often wondered what people think is the hardest thing to photograph. When I have conversations about this, those conversations more often than not start with some technical aspects of photography. Learning how to use studio lighting, getting in a good location, or finding a unique vantage point are all topics I hear people ta ...…
 
Gene Daniels and Warrick Farah are my guests on this episode of the podcast. Many of us are familiar with the Five Pillars of Islam and the faith’s generalities learned in our comparative religion classes. However, our world is comprised of a Muslim mosaic not a monolithic Islam. My guests and I talk about understanding this reality as we engag ...…
 
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Episode 245 If you listen to this podcast for very long, you know that it isn’t really about camera gear, but this week I did want to focus on the five most essential pieces of gear you should always have in your camera bag. Luckily, you can get all of these pieces of gear for little to no money, and many of you might even have them already aro ...…
 
Most people have heard the infamous tale of DB Cooper, the mysterious man who pulled off the only unsolved skyjacking in aviation history. Today we take a deep dive into the story and the suspects, with one of the leading authorities on the case and the host of The Cooper Vortex podcast, ...read more → The post Darren Schaefer | DB Cooper, The ...…
 
Daniel Immerwahr is a historian of the United States and the world, serving in the history department at Northwestern University. His first book, Thinking Small, offers a critical account of the United States' pursuit of grassroots development at home and abroad in the middle of the twentieth century. ...read more → The post Daniel Immerwahr | ...…
 
Episode 244 In this week’s podcast, we take a look at two important questions that can have a significant impact on your approach to your photography. The first question deals with our approach to failure. What would you do in your photography if there was no such thing as failure? Do you think if you took a risk, would you see the world in a n ...…
 
Tiffany FitzHenry is the author of the bestselling trilogy The Oldest Soul, speaker, and public personality. She is also a Hollywood whistleblower, prolific writer and independent producer. Her soon to be released documentary, LIVING THE DREAM, details her experience as a screenwriter who shot to prominence with multiple award-winning TV and fe ...…
 
#PCGS #CoinWeek #NumismaticsThis week on the coinweek podcast, I talk to Lianna Spurrier- a numismatic writer and videographer… One of a new generation of coin professionals entering the market. Lianna writes a column for CoinWeek IQ and it is my pleasure introducing you to her next… on the CoinWeek Podcast.The coinweek podcast is brought to yo ...…
 
Episode 243 I was recently having a gear conversation with a friend who was asking me to validate a decision they make on a new camera purchase. They wanted me to tell them that with that new camera they were going to be able to take the photographs they always wanted. I just couldn’t do that. Anyone who has listened to this podcast for a while ...…
 
The first Sunday in November marks the Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church. On this special episode of Strike the Match, Dr. Gregory Cochran is my guest. Greg is a professor of theology at California Baptist University and author of Christians in the Crosshairs: Persecution in the Bible and around the World. We discuss what the Bible says a ...…
 
The gospel has often advanced on the wings of Kingdom innovation. While the Church is not in the business of getting a better product to market faster than the competitor down-the-street, Spirit-led innovation is a divine blessing and necessity in a radically changing world. Jon Hirst, Director of Program Innovation at SIL International, is my ...…
 
Dr. Greg Little is a psychologist turned explorer and documentary maker. Greg is also co-author of the books, Edgar Cayce's Atlantis, Mound Builders, Ancient South America, and People of the Web. Greg also has over 30 other books in print in various areas of psychology. Today, we talk primarily about his new book with co-author Andrew Collins, ...…
 
Episode 242 I am always bothered when I hear people say that you are too optimistic, or you’re wearing rose-colored glasses. My response to them is always the same. Your damn right, I am. The outlook you have on life, and your creativity is the most significant decision you can make. Now, this isn’t to say that I don’t worry, fret, or get stres ...…
 
"The North" is simultaneously a location, a direction, and a mystical concept. Although this concept has ancient roots in mythology, folklore, and fairy tales, it continues to resonate today within modern culture. McIntosh leads readers, chapter by chapter, through the magical and spiritual history of the North, as well as its modern manifestat ...…
 
Longtime editor of the American Numismatic Association's Numismatist Magazine joins us to talk about the hobby's "publication of record" and how its stories impact the market. We discuss favorite articles and experiences while Barbara was at the helm, and how a new initiative might bring the voice of the ANA to a brand new market.The CoinWeek P ...…
 
Episode 241 I have several friends who like to gamble. Poker and blackjack for the most part. When they are playing, they always talk about being on a hot streak or a cold streak. When it is good, things are hot, and the universe seems to give them the cards they need. When it is bad, well, it is bad. I think many of us approach our photography ...…
 
Eric Dollard is an Electrical Engineer who is a “living legend” in the field of electrical research. He is considered by many to be the most knowledgeable expert alive today on the true nature of electricity. Author of the landmark mathematical papers Symbolic Representation of Alternating Electric Waves and Symbolic Representation of the Gener ...…
 
My guest in this episode is Nik Ripken, missionary, author, and founder of Nik Ripken Ministries. Ripken is one of the world’s leading experts on the topic of Christian persecution and missions. His travels have taken him to 72 countries where he has interviewed over 600 believers living in persecution. His writings include The Insanity of God, ...…
 
Episode 240 I have a quote from Gary Winogrand that says all photographs make a new fact. As I looked back on that quote, it got me thinking about how much narratives and storytelling come into photography. Anyone who has been introduced into photography in the last few years have been hit with the importance of storytelling and narratives in p ...…
 
David Icke has been in the conspiracy game longer than almost anyone. He wrote in the 90's about the 2008 Banking Crash, The War on Terror, Transhumanist Agenda, Microchipping, the Cashless Society and more. In this Book he takes a look back at the event that shook the World in 2001, ...read more → The post David Icke | The Trigger: The Satanic ...…
 
Eileen Day McKusick is an internationally recognized thought leader in the fields of therapeutic sound and the human biofield. She is the originator of Biofield Tuning (also known as "sound balancing") a unique therapeutic method utilizing tuning forks; founder of the Biofield Tuning Institute; ...read more → The post Eileen Day McKusick | Biof ...…
 
Episode 239 I love being able to drive on a roundabout. If they are well designed, they make the traffic flow so much better, but if you haven’t ever driven on one, knowing what lane to be in can be problematic and stressful. As I was recently driving through a local roundabout, it reminded me of a question I am often asked. That question is, w ...…
 
Conversations about sexual immorality and pornography are often challenging to have within the Church’s fellowship. My guest in this episode is Dr. David Parks, Director of the Global Center at Beeson Divinity School. We address the impact of the pornification of societies on the Church and Her mission. Why is this a missiological matter? Why a ...…
 
Ellen Brown is the founder of the Public Banking Institute and the author of a dozen books and hundreds of articles. She developed her research skills as an attorney practicing civil litigation in Los Angeles. In the best-selling Web of Debt (2007, 2012), ...read more → The post Ellen Brown | The Broken Economy & The Public Banking Solution app ...…
 
Episode 238 I find that it is sometimes difficult to work with a strong feeling of uncertainty. It doesn't matter if it is technical, artistic, or just a feeling I have. I like to think that I have some clarity in my work and process. However, the reality is that I frequently don't have a clear idea when I set out to work what might happen. In ...…
 
Natalia Forty joins us today from her home in Puerto Rico. Natalia is a writer, a reader, and a cartomancer who's work can be found on her website Mist & Ether. She talks about her passion for narrative, poetry, spirit, & finding your own place and purpose within your environment. ...read more → The post Natalia L. Forty | Decolonizing Puerto R ...…
 
I was recently asked if I sign my photographs. I found this to be such an interesting ask because it seems so simple on the surface and yet within it holds more profound questions. Our signatures carry power. A signature can bind you to an agreement, signify acceptance, and provide a notion of who you are. From signing checks (or a screen) when ...…
 
Winfield Bevins is my guest on this episode of Strike the Match. Dr. Bevins is Director of the Asbury Seminary Church Planting Initiative. We discuss his latest book Marks of a Movement: What the Church Today can Learn from the Wesleyan Revival. You may find Dr. Bevins on-line at winfieldbevins.com, @winfieldbevins, Facebook, and Instagram. The ...…
 
Tony Ortega is a journalist who was formerly the editor of The Village Voice. He has written about Scientology since 1995, and his book The Unbreakable Miss Lovely: How the Church of Scientology tried to destroy Paulette Cooper about Scientology’s most infamous campaign of terror, came out in May 2015. ...read more → The post Tony Ortega | Scie ...…
 
I came into the studio early today and found a flying friend cruising around. I guess they came in the night before when I had the bigger door open. After some encouragement and strategic door opening, we were able to work together to get them on their way. As I worked to get the little one out of the studio, I realized that they had a methodol ...…
 
Brace yourself! Today Whitney Webb from MintPress News joins THC all the way from Chile to talk about her work on recent U.S. meddling in Venezuela, the false sense of security offered up by The Trust Project, and the very deep and methodical research she has done on the Jeffery Epstein saga and all the ties that bind. ...read more → The post W ...…
 
If you have ever tried to put together a piece of furniture from IKEA or have been pulling your hair out because your friend can't give you good directions to their house, this week's podcast is for you. That is a challenge that I am asking you to take on this week. I want you to create some instructions for how you take a photograph and edit a ...…
 
The CoinWeek Podcast is brought to you by PCGS, the standard in the rare coin grading industry. Get facts about coins, population data, and view the web’s largest library of high-resolution coin photos and more by going to their website www.pcgs.com. In this episode Steve Feltner, PCGS' Director of Numismatic Education Outreach and former PCGS ...…
 
Marion Nestle is one of the nation's best experts and a prolific writer when it comes to subjects like food politics, nutrition science, the pitfalls of industry-funded research, and deceptive marketing in the food space. She is Paulette Goddard Professor, of Nutrition, Food Studies, and Public Health, Emerita, at New York University, ...read m ...…
 
Season 5 has finally arrived! It is going to be a great one concerning missions, innovation, and Kingdom leadership! What have I been doing since Season 4? Here you go. Join me as I share about the stewardship of pilot initiatives, YouTube, mission and innovation, my next two books with Lexham Press and Baker Academic, Evangelical Missiological ...…
 
I was recently at an art opening that had several photographs of interesting abstractions. Images of plants, buildings, and objects all taken and presented as abstract objects. In listening to people talk about the work, I heard people discussing what they saw in the images or what they thought the actual object in the photograph was. I also ob ...…
 
One of everyone's favorite guests from 2018, Ras Ben, returns to talk about his latest book, Free Your Mound And Your Mind Will Follow. In it, he schools the reader on the Global Mound Matrix, the geomancy of the American Empire's founders, and how to usurp their city-spells. ...read more → The post Ras Ben | Free Your Mound & Your Mind Will Fo ...…
 
Today, the great Dr. Dana Cohen joins THC! Dr. Cohen is renowned by her peers and beloved by patients for her nuanced practice of Integrative Medicine. In practice for over 15 years, she trained under the late Dr. Robert Atkins, author of the iconic Dr. Atkins’ New Diet Revolution, ...read more → The post Dr. Dana Cohen | Quench, Structured Wat ...…
 
There are many traps out there to keep us from making the types of photography that we want to create. Some of them are simple to see, while others are more complex in nature. As I was sitting in the studio watching my dog flip the pillows off the sofa she gets to sit on; it occurred to me that too much of something, even a pillow on a couch, m ...…
 
The maestro of Missing 411, David Paulides, returns to THC after several years to talk about his latest work, including the new documentary: Missing 411: The Hunted and cases from his most recent book, Missing 411: LAW. As the documentary's description says, hunters have disappeared from wildlands without a trace for hundreds of years. ...read ...…
 
In a THC whopper of a show, Recluse of the VISUP blog returns to talk in depth about the Jeffery Epstein conspiracy, the NXIVM cult, and the archetypal things we know about blackmail and co-option networks. We discuss the connective tissue between the Epstein saga and NXIVM, because there are a few loose ties that bind. ...read more → The post ...…
 
Episode 232 I think everyone has been to a party where politics and religious topics were not allowed, or you wish they were banned from the family holidays or summer parties. Both of these topics seem to bring out the worst in people’s conversational behaviors, and unless you recently underwent a huge personal journey, you […] The post Religio ...…
 
The legend himself, Nassim Haramein joins THC to talk about his Holofractographic Unified Field Theory, the Consciousness Field, ARK Crystals, and of course why he suspects the earth is hollow and growing. Nassim Haramein is a world leader in unified physics. He has spent over 30 years researching and discovering connections in physics, ...read ...…
 
Episode 231 At some point, we all want to quit. For a host of reasons, we might want to call it a day. Maybe we are tired, bored, fearful, or lost. No matter the cause at some point in your photography, you will want to move on. For some, it might be moving on from […] The post The art of giving up appeared first on Daniel j Gregory Fine Art Ph ...…
 
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