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Un-Trumped: 2 Guys Talking Truth From 2 Sides on Trump is a seven week series centered around Doug Pagitt trying to understand how Adam Schindler could support Trump. Both Doug and Adam are committed to their Christian faith and Doug finds it incomprehensible that Adam did and does support Trump. Their interaction is about growing in understanding and comprehension.
 
Doug Pagitt Radio is Religious Radio that is not quite right. Doug Pagitt is one of the nations most creative thinkers on the issues of faith, spirituality, religion, politics and science. In the show Doug seeks to offers positive, fun, thoughtful conversation on all kinds of topics from news to parenting; politics to natural health; science to movies; finances to faith. Radio That’s Not Quite Right This is not a typical religious show – we are fun, fast passed and not mean. And, it is not p ...
 
Lifelong evangelical and Christian media industries writer, publicist, producer, and agent Rebeca Seitz left the evangelical world after reading the Bible too much and taking it at its word. The Freevangelic podcast is where Rebeca covers topics related to leaving the evangelical life and welcomes various guests with insight thereon. From politics to parenting, belief to business, Rebeca authentically explores how to live into and find Truth.
 
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The Freevangelics interview Doug Pagitt, Executive Director of Vote Common Good about the disconnect between values and politics in America today. Vote Common Good is committed to helping all people, especially people of faith, to make the Common Good their guide for civic engagement and their voting criteria. You can learn more about Vote Common G…
 
After more than 25 years, the fallout of the Purity Movement within evangelical Christianity has made national headlines through a mass murder conducted by a man who says he was eliminating temptation from his life. Rebeca and Charlie discuss how this decades-old movement shaped their sexuality, personal identities, and marriage and how it continue…
 
In this episode, the Freevangelics talk about how as we grow into new knowledge, wisdom, and maturity in the search for Truth we outgrow the old skin of evangelical belief and have to shed it, much like the gumbo limbo tree of Florida does as it grows. Throughout our growth we may shed multiple skins as our wisdom increases, but in doing so we open…
 
Common Good Science - Friday February 12, 2021 On today’s show, hosts Doug Pagitt and Robb Ryerse dive into the sometimes murky waters of economic theory with the guidance of Fadhel Kaboub, president of the Global Institute for Sustainable Prosperity. Fadhel Kaboub, Ph.D. is President of the Global Institute for Sustainable Prosperity and Associate…
 
Common Good Issues - Thursday February 11, 2021 Today we start a two-part conversation about abortion. Our guests Ashley Abercrombie and Elisabeth Kraus share their stories and invite fellow Christians to approach this issue with more humility and compassion. Ashley Abercrombie is a writer, speaker and podcaster who talks and writes honestly about …
 
Common Good Faith - Wednesday February 10, 2021 Today on Common Good Faith, our hosts dig into Galatians 3 and how it is often used to erase diversity rather than bring about justice and genuine Christ-centered unity. Also under the microscope is the Bruce Springsteen Jeep Super Bowl commercial calling for Americans to “meet in the middle” and how …
 
Every Tuesday, our hosts Doug Pagitt and Robb Ryerse take a deep dive into politics. On today’s show they discuss the impeachment trial of former-president Trump, the hotly-debated Covid stimulus package, and whether or not "unity" in America is possible. Doug Pagitt is the Executive Director and one of the founders of Vote Common Good. He is also …
 
On today's show, our host Doug Pagitt is joined by author and pastor Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove to talk about how the January 6th insurrection, fueled by Christian Nationalism, was 40 years in the making. In his book Revolution of Values, Jonathan explores how religious culture wars have misrepresented Christianity at the expense of the poor, and ho…
 
It's Science Friday on the Vote Common Good Podcast. Doug Pagitt is joined by co-host and astrophysicist Paul Wallace to talk about the science-denial phenomenon and how it crept its way into national politics. Paul Wallace writes and speaks at the intersection of faith and science and holds a PhD in physics from Duke University and an MDiv from Em…
 
On Thursdays our host Doug Pagitt sits down with a wide range of guests to talk about the hot-button issues we face as a society. On today's show, Jeanine Butler, Catherine Butler, and Kurtis Schaeffer talk about their documentary 'God & Green' which investigates how caring for the environment went from something almost everyone agreed upon to a ho…
 
*** Remember to subscribe to the Vote Common Good Podcast! *** Every Wednesday on Common Good Faith, our panel of hosts will take a deep dive into Christian faith in America and the ways racism and colonialism have left an ugly legacy that needs to be dismantled if we are to move forward in the way of Jesus. Dominique DuBois Gilliard is the Directo…
 
Our hosts, Doug Pagitt and Robb Ryerse, take a deep dive into politics every Tuesday. On today’s show they are joined by Professor Peter Ditto to talk about the allure of conspiracy theories in politics. Ditto specializes in social psychology, political and moral reasoning, and “hot cognition” - the interface between passion and reason. Remember to…
 
Jason Isbell released three albums with the band the Drive-By Truckers. In this episode, we talk about the first two albums--Decoration Day and The Dirty South--and specifically, the six songs Isbell wrote and sang for those albums: "Outfit," "Decoration Day," "The Day John Henry Died," Danko/Manuel," "Never Gonna Change," and "Goddamn Lonely Love.…
 
Show notes: MOVIES The Trial of the Chicago 7 (05:34) Mank (10:46) Palm Springs (13:27) Eurovision (18:15) Boys State (20:50) Greyhound (24:09) The Old Guard (27:45) Onward (31:40) The Vast of Night (33:50) Bacurau (36:30) TV The Good Place (39:06) Lovecraft Country (45:39) 9-1-1 Lone Star (49:04) Superstore (51:40) Ted Lasso (53:50) Mythic Quest: …
 
Doug talks with Amanda Henderson about her book "Holy Chaos: Creating Connections in Divisive Times" and issues of justice in our world. You can listen to the podcast below. Amanda is a public scholar of religion and politics and Executive Director of The Interfaith Alliance of Colorado, a faith rooted non-profit that works in progressive political…
 
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