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Top Rated Spirituality Podcast Episodes (Page 3)

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Coming Out, Part One
The Armchair Philosopher
This week we begin an informal series called “Coming Out.” Throughout the rest of the year, you will hear personal stories from the LBGTQ Community about the impact of embracing who they are and celebrating true freedom. This episode I sit down with John Doolan and Brady Hardin to hear their stories. If you have a story/perspective you’d like to share the invitation is always open. You can leave a voicemail: 951-723-5586 or email a story or audio file: readme@theaxpx.com About John Doolan: John Doolan is the host of the film/entertainment podcast You Can’t Sit With Us. He is also a screenwriter that works as a Key PA on the films he writes. He and his friend Spencer discuss pop culture, the film industry, movies and entertainment through the lens of Queer Culture. Listen to his podcast You Can’t Sit With Us in iTunes.     About Brady Hardin: Brady Hardin is the host of The *Life After podcast. The *Life After Podcast & Community is an organization built on deconstructing faith and leaving toxic religion. Him and Chuck Parsons create and provide free resources for skeptics, freethinkers, and anyone on their progress toward deconversion, including both a podcast produced to explore the experiences of those leaving their belief system & an online community designed to be a safe place for people to deconstruct their faith. Hear Brady’s full story via The *Life After here. Listen to his podcast The Life After in iTunes or at thelifeafter.org.   Credits: Opening/Closing music by Candlepark Stars “West of 4th (Kristin’s Song)” by Slow Dancing Society from the album West of 4th (Kristin’s Song) “Remember Love” by Slow Dancing Society from the album III: Night Takes Day “Mint Chocolate Chip” by Slow Dancing Society from the album V (Outtakes & Demos) “Mint Chocolate Chip” by Slow Dancing Society from the album V (Outtakes & Demos) “Fireflies” by Candlepark Stars from the album The Odyssey. “The Kindness Of Strangers” by Candlepark Stars from the album The Odyssey. “Parachute” by Candlepark Stars from the album The Odyssey. Enjoy the show? Please consider becoming a Patron for $1/month for behind-the-scenes information and exclusives: Patreon.com/theaxpx The post Coming Out, Part One appeared first on The Armchair Philosopher.
Processing Belief Through Music, Part 1 – TW Walsh
The Armchair Philosopher
TW Walsh kicks off our series “Processing Belief Through Music.” I’ve been a fan of his music since discovering The Soft Drugs in 2008. Before that, TW spent time on the road and in the studio as a member of Pedro The Lion. Since he didn’t grow up around “Christian Culture,” his insights as an outsider looking in are valuable. His new album Terrible Freedom is out everywhere, but if you’d like to support TW Walsh directly, please download his album (or buy the vinyl LP!) from twwalsh.bandcamp.com. Enjoy the show? Please consider becoming a Patron for $1/month for behind-the-scenes information and an exclusive bonus podcast “The AxPx Diaries“: patreon.com/theaxpx The post Processing Belief Through Music, Part 1 – TW Walsh appeared first on The Armchair Philosopher.
The Gospel Of Inclusion with Jay Bakker
The Armchair Philosopher
Jay Bakker returns to dive a little deeper into his continued message of inclusion, love and grace. We also discuss mental health, parenthood, marriage and doubt. About Jay Bakker: Jay Bakker lives in Minneapolis, Minnesota, where he is pastor of Revolution, a church that meets in a bowling alley and has a worldwide online audience. Jay speaks to congregations and other groups all over the country about faith, grace, and his experiences with the underbelly of life and Christianity. Jay has authored the books Fall to Grace, Son of A Preacher Man, as well as his most recent title, Faith, Doubt, and Other Lines I’ve Crossed: Walking with the Unknown God. Listen to him preach over at RevolutionChurch.com. Follow Jay on Twitter at @jaybakker Credits: Opening/Closing music by Candlepark Stars Enjoy the show? Please consider becoming a Patron for $1/month for behind-the-scenes information and exclusives: Patreon.com/theaxpx The post The Gospel Of Inclusion with Jay Bakker appeared first on The Armchair Philosopher.
Stephen Tobolowsky’s Adventures With God
The Armchair Philosopher
This episode I sit down with beloved character actor Stephen Tobolowsky (Groundhog Day, Silicon Valley, Heroes just to name a few) to discuss his new book My Adventures With God. You can buy Stephen’s book here: Hardcover Audio Book Credits: “Nebraska” by The Candlepark Stars from the album Very Big Sky “The Sin We Live In” by Slow Dancing Society from the album The Wagers of Love and Their Songs from the Witching Hour “Sea Foam Green” by J. Elliott from the album Sketch Book Enjoy the show? Please consider becoming a Patron for $1/month for behind-the-scenes information and exclusives: Patreon.com/theaxpx The post Stephen Tobolowsky’s Adventures With God appeared first on The Armchair Philosopher.
Stephen Tobolowsky’s Adventures With God
The Armchair Philosopher
This episode I sit down with beloved character actor Stephen Tobolowsky (Groundhog Day, Silicon Valley, Heroes just to name a few) to discuss his new book My Adventures With God. You can buy Stephen’s book here: Hardcover Audio Book Credits: “Nebraska” by The Candlepark Stars from the album Very Big Sky “The Sin We Live In” by Slow Dancing Society from the album The Wagers of Love and Their Songs from the Witching Hour “Sea Foam Green” by J. Elliott from the album Sketch Book Enjoy the show? Please consider becoming a Patron for $1/month for behind-the-scenes information and exclusives: Patreon.com/theaxpx The post Stephen Tobolowsky’s Adventures With God appeared first on The Armchair Philosopher.
Coming Out, Part One
The Armchair Philosopher
This week we begin an informal series called “Coming Out.” Throughout the rest of the year, you will hear personal stories from the LBGTQ Community about the impact of embracing who they are and celebrating true freedom. This episode I sit down with John Doolan and Brady Hardin to hear their stories. If you have a story/perspective you’d like to share the invitation is always open. You can leave a voicemail: 951-723-5586 or email a story or audio file: readme@theaxpx.com About John Doolan: John Doolan is the host of the film/entertainment podcast You Can’t Sit With Us. He is also a screenwriter that works as a Key PA on the films he writes. He and his friend Spencer discuss pop culture, the film industry, movies and entertainment through the lens of Queer Culture. Listen to his podcast You Can’t Sit With Us in iTunes.     About Brady Hardin: Brady Hardin is the host of The *Life After podcast. The *Life After Podcast & Community is an organization built on deconstructing faith and leaving toxic religion. Him and Chuck Parsons create and provide free resources for skeptics, freethinkers, and anyone on their progress toward deconversion, including both a podcast produced to explore the experiences of those leaving their belief system & an online community designed to be a safe place for people to deconstruct their faith. Hear Brady’s full story via The *Life After here. Listen to his podcast The Life After in iTunes or at thelifeafter.org.   Credits: Opening/Closing music by Candlepark Stars “West of 4th (Kristin’s Song)” by Slow Dancing Society from the album West of 4th (Kristin’s Song) “Remember Love” by Slow Dancing Society from the album III: Night Takes Day “Mint Chocolate Chip” by Slow Dancing Society from the album V (Outtakes & Demos) “Mint Chocolate Chip” by Slow Dancing Society from the album V (Outtakes & Demos) “Fireflies” by Candlepark Stars from the album The Odyssey. “The Kindness Of Strangers” by Candlepark Stars from the album The Odyssey. “Parachute” by Candlepark Stars from the album The Odyssey. Enjoy the show? Please consider becoming a Patron for $1/month for behind-the-scenes information and exclusives: Patreon.com/theaxpx The post Coming Out, Part One appeared first on The Armchair Philosopher.
Coming Out, Part One
The Armchair Philosopher
This week we begin an informal series called “Coming Out.” Throughout the rest of the year, you will hear personal stories from the LBGTQ Community about the impact of embracing who they are and celebrating true freedom. This episode I sit down with John Doolan and Brady Hardin to hear their stories. If you have a story/perspective you’d like to share the invitation is always open. You can leave a voicemail: 951-723-5586 or email a story or audio file: readme@theaxpx.com About John Doolan: John Doolan is the host of the film/entertainment podcast You Can’t Sit With Us. He is also a screenwriter that works as a Key PA on the films he writes. He and his friend Spencer discuss pop culture, the film industry, movies and entertainment through the lens of Queer Culture. Listen to his podcast You Can’t Sit With Us in iTunes.     About Brady Hardin: Brady Hardin is the host of The *Life After podcast. The *Life After Podcast & Community is an organization built on deconstructing faith and leaving toxic religion. Him and Chuck Parsons create and provide free resources for skeptics, freethinkers, and anyone on their progress toward deconversion, including both a podcast produced to explore the experiences of those leaving their belief system & an online community designed to be a safe place for people to deconstruct their faith. Hear Brady’s full story via The *Life After here. Listen to his podcast The Life After in iTunes or at thelifeafter.org.   Credits: Opening/Closing music by Candlepark Stars “West of 4th (Kristin’s Song)” by Slow Dancing Society from the album West of 4th (Kristin’s Song) “Remember Love” by Slow Dancing Society from the album III: Night Takes Day “Mint Chocolate Chip” by Slow Dancing Society from the album V (Outtakes & Demos) “Mint Chocolate Chip” by Slow Dancing Society from the album V (Outtakes & Demos) “Fireflies” by Candlepark Stars from the album The Odyssey. “The Kindness Of Strangers” by Candlepark Stars from the album The Odyssey. “Parachute” by Candlepark Stars from the album The Odyssey. Enjoy the show? Please consider becoming a Patron for $1/month for behind-the-scenes information and exclusives: Patreon.com/theaxpx The post Coming Out, Part One appeared first on The Armchair Philosopher.
"Journey of Souls" With Peter Smith, Director of the Newton Institute
Divinely Inspired Living
Have you ever wondered what happens once a soul leaves the body? Michael Newton's work and book, Journey of Souls, opened doors to understanding the path many may take before and after life on earth. Peter Smith, director of the Newton Institute, which grew out of this work, talks about "Journey of Souls" and continuing explorations of soul growth. For updates and upcoming guests, sign up for our newsletter at debramoffitt.com.
Processing Belief Through Music, Part 3 – David Bazan
The Armchair Philosopher
When I had the idea for this series “Processing Belief Through Music,” I wrote out a wish list of songwriters I’d want to speak to. David Bazan was at the top of my list. His songwriting has been a major part of my personal soundtrack for over a decade now. Scheduling an interview proved that perseverance can be damn hard, but rewarding. As I spoke to TW Walsh and then Derek Webb, Bazan seemed to be the connective tissue of the conversations. It was an honor to be able to speak with David Bazan about his new album and his perspectives on wrestling with belief through songwriting. His new album Care is available everywhere plus be on the lookout for his new side project Lo Tom. Their self-titled album will be available on July 14th from Barsuk. Enjoy the show? Please consider becoming a Patron for $1/month for behind-the-scenes information and an exclusive bonus podcast “The AxPx Diaries“: patreon.com/theaxpx The post Processing Belief Through Music, Part 3 – David Bazan appeared first on The Armchair Philosopher.
These Evolving Times 8-23-17
Pronoia Now Network
The Quantum Internet!  What's better that 20/20 vision?  The first AI produced Album! Wind and Solar Power SAVES LIVES!  
Jesus VS Religion - Wake Up and Live Week days (Episode 43)
Wake Up and Live with Christopher Flaig
Many people confuse religion with Jesus even though Jesus taught against the religous spirit in the Bible. On todays podcast I am playing a piece from Jeferson Bethke entitiled "Why I Hate Religion But Love Jesus. Wake Up and Live  Empowered - Blessed - Loved knowing that Jesus wants a relationship with you not a religion. #jesusvsreligion #wakeupandlive #just1more
#WiseGirl: Dr. Bruce Perry, Neuroscientist & Child Trauma Expert
Francesca Maximé: WiseGirl
Bruce Perry, M.D., Ph.D., is a neuroscientist and child psychiatrist, Principal Member of the Neurosequential Model Network and the Senior Fellow at the Child Trauma Academy in Houston, Texas. He is also the author of best-selling book, The Boy Who Was Raised as a Dog: And Other Stories from a Child Psychiatrist's Notebook--What Traumatized Children Can Teach Us About Loss, Love, and Healing, and also published Born for Love: Why Empathy Is Essential--and Endangered. Both are co-authored with journalist Maria Szalavitz. In our wide-ranging conversation, Dr. Perry goes deep into explaining the brain’s architecture and neuroplasticity: why the first two months of an infant’s life are incredibly impactful across an individual’s lifetime, creating pathways for later helpful or harmful behaviors to self or others. He also discusses how current models of mental health may be adapted to effectively treat trauma at its roots. Dr. Perry also explains the implications of untreated trauma on our greater collective wellbeing, how regulated embodiment can be transformative healing, and the role curiosity, joy and love in growing care, community and connection. *** Dr. Perry is the Senior Fellow of The ChildTrauma Academy a Community of Practice based in Houston, TX and Professor (Adjunct) in the Departments of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the Feinberg School of Medicine at Northwestern University in Chicago andthe School of Allied Health, College of Science, Health and Engineering, La Trobe University, Melbourne, Victoria  Australia.  https://www.bdperry.com/ https://www.neurosequential.com/ http://childtrauma.org/
DreamWeaver – (Genesis 38 – 41)
Bible Beaters
EP15 (Genesis 38 – 41) In this episode we find out that god does in fact cry over spilled semen, or rather will put you to death for it. One can be redeemed by becoming a prostitute though so don’t despair. Next back to the dreamer and his fancy cloak. Joseph get’s #metoo’d but saves the entire country from a famine by interpreting some night time work delusions. Praise yahweh!In this episode we find out that god does in fact cry over spilled semen, or rather will put you to death for it. One can be redeemed by becoming a prostitute though so don’t despair. Next back to the dreamer and his fancy cloak. Joseph get’s #metoo’d but saves the entire country from a famine by interpreting some night time work delusions. Praise yahweh! The post DreamWeaver – (Genesis 38 – 41) appeared first on Canada Comedy.
Generosity - The Greatest Spiritual Gift
The Fr. Mike Schmitz Catholic Podcast
In Matthew 17:20,​ Jesus tells us if we have faith as small as a mustard seed we could move mountains. The problem is most of us don’t put our faith to use. In this video, Fr. Mike invites us to make use of the gifts God has already given us. In doing so, we may become so overjoyed by our natural gifts that we can’t help but share them with others. Fr. Mike is also a presenter in these faith formation programs from Ascension:
Podcasting and Christian Music with Dan Thomson
Between The Grooves
This week we're getting Between the Grooves with Dan Thomson, one of the hosts of the Frequency.FM podcast. Their goal is to encourage listeners to tune in to the Christian artist community.
2019 April 14(am) Dr Sinclair Ferguson on John 12:12-36
St.Peter's Free Church Sermons
Sermons from our Sunday Services at St.Peter's Free Church, Dundee