Interviews with intellectuals from across the globe. Topics include philosophy, religion, science, politics, economics, and everything else that's important to humans. Steve Patterson is a philosopher working outside of academia, and he is currently traveling the world to interview people in the pursuit of truth.
Losing Our Religion is a candid, comedic, sometimes serious look at what life is like after institutional spirituality. These conversations are crafted with love, recorded over shared drinks with friends, neighbors, doubters, and believers. Where people sit down together to have candid exchange while sharing life together without the walls that religion and discriminating ideologies create. Inspiration and hilarity during your daily commute, while you workout, with friends or alone. You can make it into a drinking game if you want. Just take a word from that specific episode title and chug when you hear that word said! Losing Our Religion is a hilarious and candid look at religion and culture, with former pastor, now commune living lover of sinners, Zac Gandara. As he has drinks with other former religious, excommunicated pastors, LGBTQ, artists, poets, anarchists, atheists, punk rock singers, and those considered rejects or recovering religious people.
Complete episode: Make sense of today's complex world with ABC Radio National's Religion and Ethics Report. Join Andrew West for lively interviews, discussions and debates from Australia and around the globe. Published every Wednesday.
Al-Mawardi (Alboacen) was one of the famous Islamic authors and jurists. He was a well-known man in the “Abbassid” empire—a mature thinker who left a legacy of many excellent books which represent Islamic culture. He lived at a time when the “Abbasid” empire was in highly advanced state, scientifically and culturally. The book is divided into five chapters; the first chapter: ‘Virtue of the Intellect and Censure of Immoral Desires’ is a philosophical look includes Islamic and non-Islamic opinions. It could be considered an introduction to Chapter 4 “Ethics of Life” which is an economic and social context more or less close to Ibn- Khuldoon in his introduction. The second chapter: “Ethics of Knowledge” is devoted to pure Islamic subjects which reflect the views of Muslims thoughout the generations, since lifetime of the Messenger, peace be upon him, up until the author’s days. The third chapter, “Ethics of Religion”, and the fifth, “Ethics of the Spirit”, are a mixture of religious, Islamic points of view and logical concepts that add the fourth dimension to life, which is the metaphysical dimension, that supports the material, social and political aspects of life. (Summary by Youssef Safiljil; Edited by Nicholas19)
What do you do when you can't subscribe to one belief system? What if you don't know you can subscribe to anything at all? You could choose to be a Buddhist of the 22nd Southeastern Baptist Convention, or follow the Tao of praying to Mecca, or ride on a Jewish cult bus to see every Phish concert. Comedian and preacher’s kid Joe Quint invites his spiritual, skeptical, and evil friends from the Los Angeles comedy world (and beyond) to join him on his Godcast to talk about religion - and to make up their own.
Religion Today Podcast
Liberating Scripture from the Shackles of Religion, One Verse at a Time. Verse-by-Verse Bible teaching without the religion. Brought to you by Jeremy Myers and RedeemingGod.com
Historical surveys and current discussions surrounding religion, culture, and politics in Muslim settings
Separate stories: Make sense of today's complex world with ABC Radio National's Religion and Ethics Report. Join Andrew West for lively interviews, discussions and debates from Australia and around the globe. Published every Wednesday.
Discussion of religious movements and the theories and individuals behind them.
This grab bag podcast covers the latest topics in firearms, hunting, fatherhood, news, culture, the outdoors, and whatever else I come up with. I cover these topics from the perspective of a low-budget family man. This podcast is dedicated to the famous Teddy Roosevelt quote, which reminds us not to be timid cowards who are unwilling to engage life with ferver and gusto: "It is not the critic who counts; not the man who points out how the strong man stumbles, or where the doer of deeds could have done them better. The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena, whose face is marred by dust and sweat and blood; who strives valiantly; who errs, who comes short again and again, because there is no effort without error and shortcoming; but who does actually strive to do the deeds; who knows great enthusiasms, the great devotions; who spends himself in a worthy cause; who at the best knows in the end the triumph of high achievement, and who at the worst, if he fails, at least fails while daring greatly, so that his place shall never be with those cold and timid souls who neither know victory nor defeat."