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Podcasts and Resources on the Contemporary Social-Scientific Study of Religion
An full study of the weekly Sicha from "Likkutei Sichos" geared for a broader audience, presented by Rabbi Ari Shishler.
A monthly podcast featuring some of the founding members of The Sacra Doctrina Project discussing theological questions with other academic theologians and philosophers. The podcast takes place in a quaestiones disputatae style, encouraging lively and charitable debate. Listen to the most recent episode below.
Skip the small talk and engage in deep, meaningful and open conversations on issues that affect our lives. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org Follow us on twitter.com/Day2Project
The world as seen through the eyes of an Angry, Black, Atheist
The Free Hugs Project is an initiative that promotes peace, inspires change and raises awareness of social issues. Free Hugs Project videos have reached hundreds of millions of views on Facebook and YouTube. -Ken E. Nwadike, Jr. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/freehugsproject/support
The podcast for people who build developer communities.
Podcast host Matt Green has been a driving force in the regional Lowcountry business arena, serving as development partner of Buckwalter Place / Buckwalter Commercial, a large mixed-use project in Bluffton, SC. He also serves on the Bluffton Technology Incubator Corporation board and as a member of the Urban Land Institute and the Creative Coast Alliance.
Podcasts from the Universities in Revolution and State Formation Conference, which took place on June 5-6, 2015 in UCD Newman House. The conference brought together a diverse cross-section of international scholars to discuss the Irish university experience of revolution as an important case study in the context of European and global settings. This project was funded by an Irish Research Council New Foundations Award and by University College Dublin Decade of Centenaries Award. Podcasting w ...
Do you love stories and thinking about stories, maybe a little too much? Me too! Every Friday we talk about the craft of storytelling, philosophy and all the overlaps between the two. Saturdays, over on the Twitch Stream, I host an Open Source Writer's Room where we have the craic and write a script as fast as possible. For Questions/Comments/Concerns, you can either comment directly below the episode, send a message on Patreon, message @Cadeansceal on Instagram or send a question on Curious ...
In this episode Dileep Vasudevan is presenting an important subject, addressing the hidden traits of various cognitive and social biases in all of us in different levels. In this monologue Dileep is doing a deep dive into the psychological and evolutionary reasons for both conscious and unconscious biases we all experience in our daily lives. He is…
In this March 2021 episode of Discourse! we have a University of Sydney reunion with Professor Carole Cusack, Dr. Breann Fallon, and Ray Radford. Covering current affairs in Australia the Usyd team discuss three recent news items. The first item is framed around civil religion and nationalism: it’s the controversial upgrade of Australian Tennis Pla…
A magnificent siyum on Yoma, with a fascinating insight into the Kohen Gadol and a powerful lesson about the Jewish reality.By Project Likkutei Sichos
Etymology related to word 'Tenuch'. Inner meaning of Metzorah.By Project Likkutei Sichos
It has long been assumed the Evangelical opposition to climate activism was rooted in apathy caused by pre-millennialism. Robin Veldman‘s research says otherwise and locates climate skepticism within the broader trope of “embattlement.” Rooted in religious discourses that began in the 1970s and in America’s Culture Wars, Evangelical discourse has w…
In episode 16 of Developer Love, Patrick speaks with Robby Russell of Planet Argon. They discuss tactics for addressing technical debt, navigating large changes in teams, and setting boundaries with projects to avoid burnout. The post Ep. #16, Project Maintenance with Robby Russell of Planet Argon appeared first on Heavybit.…
Before they left Egypt, G-d got the Jews to break the laws of Torah to circumcise themselves at night. It was a momentous introduction to a completely supernatural Exodus.By Project Likkutei Sichos
Chelek 17, Shmini 1 - Rabbi Berel BellBy Project Likkutei Sichos
Exuberant prayer can be misguided- and we learn this from Rashi's insight into the anatomy of the ear.By Project Likkutei Sichos
Chelek 17, Shmini 1 - Rabbi Shalom Moshe PaltielBy Project Likkutei Sichos
What is tantra? Why are some practices classified as tantric while others are not? How might we rethink this term and its application? To begin answer these questions, Dr. Ellen Gough (Emory University) joins Andie Alexander to discuss her forthcoming book, Making a Mantra: Tantric Ritual and Renunciation on the Jain Path to Liberation (University …
Sometimes 'removing impurity' is what it required to take part of the holy workBy Project Likkutei Sichos
"Pope Francis says Mary is not the ‘co-redemptrix’" Garrigou-Lagrange, Mother of the Savior Charles De Koninck, "Ego Sapientia" "Vatican’s doctrinal office: Don’t promote alleged apparitions connected to ‘Lady of All Nations’ "Development of Doctrine: Revelation, Magisterium, and Human Reason" June 10-12, 2021| Rochester, NY Additional Papers Reque…
3 Names of Pesach -- 3 Steps Toward Self TransformationBy Project Likkutei Sichos
Rashi offers a fascinating insight into how Moshe dealt with the passing of Aaron's two sons. The Rebbe derives a powerful lesson from it on what it means to be dedicated to Hashem.By Project Likkutei Sichos
The goal of Judaism is to harmonize the ultimate Infinite with a comfortable, relatable reality.By Project Likkutei Sichos
Balancing living in the world and beyond the world.By Project Likkutei Sichos
Jose had a chat with fellow Ranter Steve Jackson in February, but it took a while to get the audio right. https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2019/08/14/magazine/1619-america-slavery.html. https://www.seminolenationmuseum.org/history/seminole-nation/john-horse/. Episode sketch of John Horse from Wikipedia https://cookingwiththatown2.square.site/…
Dr. Ronit Y. Stahl is Assistant Professor of History at the University of California Berkeley. As a historian of modern America, Dr. Stahl focuses on pluralism in American society by examining how politics, law, and religion interact in spaces such as the military and medicine. Her first book, Enlisting Faith: How the Military Chaplaincy Shaped Rel…
Chelek 17, Erev Pesach - Rabbi Shalom Moshe PaltielBy Project Likkutei Sichos
Pesach has three names to represent three stages of radical personal growth.By Project Likkutei Sichos
Chelek 17, Tzav 1, Rabbi Levy WinebergBy Project Likkutei Sichos
Firstborns fast on Thursday. Reschedule or Sustitute?By Project Likkutei Sichos
When erev Pesach is Shabbos is the fast of the firstborn displaced or replaced.By Project Likkutei Sichos
Sometimes physical volume adds spiritual value.By Project Likkutei Sichos
What we call moral truths today, are they objective or subjective? In other words, are moral truths objectively true and thus true independently of what our society says? Stanley Samuel, who is also a moral realist, someone who believes there are fundamental moral principles that are objectively true regardless of the context in which they are used…
What do Muslims, Mormons, and Satanists have in common? They’ve all been minoritized in America through accusations of sexual abuse says Megan Goodwin. Focusing on the idea of “contraceptive nationalism,” Goodwin argues that allegations and instances of sex abuse have been used as markers of religious difference to present some groups as a threat t…
A Jew is always in 'korban' modeBy Project Likkutei Sichos
An exploration on the balance between recognising ones greatness and being humble. Based on the Alter Rebbe's explanation of the small Aleph to the Tzemach Tzedek on the day he entered Cheder.By Project Likkutei Sichos