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Our goal is to make each of our guests exclaim: "hmmm... that's a good question. I don't know the answer." ...because when that happens, it means you, the listener, may be inspired to learn more beyond the interview and to ask great questions yourself that lead to new insights. In this podcast, we cover, Historical and current Anthropology, Comparative Religion and History
 
There are two things parents hope to give their children: roots and wings. But it’s often hard to know if the decisions we’re making are the right ones, especially when the world is changing so quickly. Welcome to THAT’S A GOOD QUESTION! where you will hear expert eye-opening advice, tips, strategies, and ANSWERS to uncover the good life.
 
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Why can trauma be so debilitating? Through a lack of understanding of the reality around us, healing can be hard to come by. Listen in to learn: How Dr. Allender came into his field of work How to engage with people who have suffered abuse How Dr. Allender's system works Dr. Dan Allender, the founder of the Allender Center, shares his method for as…
 
How do modern-day humans compare to medieval ones? Unique ideas explored on today’s show might turn your perceptions upside down. Press play to learn more and discover: How the rise of the printing press changed prayer practices How modern-day values are expressed even in the architecture that dominates our skylines In what ways modern-day humans c…
 
Despite differing religious views, can Hinduism and the Muslim faith find more common ground than expected? With shared shrine spaces, cooperation and collaboration os more common than some may think. Listen up to learn: What has made relations between religions tense recently The first legal steps being taken in India to exclude Muslims A possible…
 
Can differing viewpoints and philosophies on life be brought together to bring a deeper understanding of the world? Rather than keeping schools of thought separate from each other, true understanding relies on asking questions of differing beliefs. Press play to learn: Why answering religious questions with math and science makes sense What scriptu…
 
What makes the church such a fantastic platform for community change? Due to their importance and presence in the community, churches offer a platform and forum to listen to the community and advocate for a solution. Listen up to learn: What it means to be a good church leader How the church helps solve community issues Why the church promotes agen…
 
What can be gained about studying ancient Islamic Law? Through the many controversies we face, taking the still-relevant lessons can be incredibly beneficial. Listen in to learn: How to examine ancient laws and texts Why epistemology is valuable The value of community language and social standards Ahmad Atif Ahmad, Professor in The Department of Re…
 
Was Darwin wrong all along? While not proven, new theories of evolution may help researchers complete the picture of genesis and mutations. Listen up to learn: The meaning of intelligent design How collectivism may play a role Why conformity is harmful to further research Robert Shedinger, the Johnson Endowed Chair in Biblical Studies, shares his r…
 
What made the writing of Omar ibn Said so special? Through his autobiography, generations to come can find a glimpse of America and a truly unique perspective of holding onto religion in a time of abuse. Hit play to learn: When Omar ibn Said was enslaved Why the documents were initially overlooked How prolific Muslim writers during this time were C…
 
“I’m not religious, but I’m spiritual.” You’ve probably heard someone say this, or maybe you’ve said it yourself. But what does this really mean? And what does it represent in the bigger picture of the history and practice of religion? Press play to explore: Whether religious affiliation among Americans and people globally has increased or decrease…
 
Religion is multi-layered, and within those layers are even more layers. Even within the same church, family, or your own mind, religion can involve various beliefs along a continuum of change. Press play to explore this topic in depth and learn: The fundamental differences between Protestantism and Catholicism, and why the arguments for one might …
 
Getting your kids in that ‘back to school mindset’ might be tricky. WBTV Anchor/Reporter Alex Giles talks with Angela Poovey, School Counseling Coordinator from Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools about preparing your kids for what could be another unusual school year.By Queen City Podcast Network
 
Companies and organizations around the world are considering implementing a four-day work week. Could it work in the US? At least one local organization believes it can. WBTV anchor/reporter Alex Giles talks with Jack Kellum from the UK think tank Autonomy, and CMPD Officer Kristina Frazita about shortening the hours we work.…
 
Language is an essential part of society and identity. Although languages have been lost throughout history, globalization has contributed to the loss of languages around the world. As a result, interest in language reclamation is growing among linguists, governments, and cultural and community groups. Click on play to learn: How revival languages …
 
Listeners are asking questions about dirt bikes and other ATV's seemingly driving recklessly on Charlotte's streets... especially in Uptown. WBTV Anchor/Reporter Alex Giles talks with Isaiah Harris from Team Charlotte Motorsports, and Trooper Ray Pierce from North Carolina State Highway Patrol about the legality of these vehicles on the streets.…
 
That’s a Good Question! In this episode, we visit with Elle Parks from Texas-based Trinity Fireside, one of the foremost providers of power-packed outdoor fun, including grills, fire pits, fireplaces, outdoor furnishings and more. Join us to hear more about turning your backyard of any size into the best possible gathering place for family and frie…
 
If you find yourself constantly engaged in mowing down any obstacles in your child’s life in an attempt to make life perfect, you may well be a “Lawnmower Parent” and doing more harm than good, even with the best intentions. In this episode, we visit with Dr. Dean Beckloff, a pediatric therapist and founder of the Beckloff Behavioral Center in Dall…
 
Anchor/reporter Alex Giles is joined by Dr. Robert Brodsky from Johns Hopkins to talk about the blood clots and just what they mean for the Johnson and Johnson vaccine; and Dr. Meg Sullivan, Medical Director for Mecklenburg County Public Health, about the county's reaction to the Johnson and Johnson vaccine "pause" and just how long the other vacci…
 
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