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Überirdisch und überaus irdisch – Glaube prägt ganze Gesellschaften. In „Religionen“ erfahren Sie Hintergründiges aus verschiedensten Glaubensgebäuden. Verantwortung und Mitmenschlichkeit oder Machtanspruch und Krieg: jeden Sonntag beschäftigt sich diese Sendung damit, was Religionen mit Menschen und was Menschen mit Religionen machen.
 
Aktuell, informativ, kompakt und kritisch einordnend, das sind die Kriterien für diese Magazinsendung. Wir informieren Sie über die wichtigsten Ereignisse einer Woche aus den Bereichen Kirche, Religion, Theologie, und zwar grenzüberschreitend und konfessionsübergreifend. Die Sendung ist ideal für jeden religiös und kirchlich Interessierten, der auf der Höhe der Zeit bleiben möchte.
 
Each year, religion professors at Brigham Young University (BYU) produce hundreds of publications on subjects related to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. This podcast brings this research into one place to enlighten the everyday seeker of truth. Interviewing the author, we discuss why the study was done, why it matters, and why the professor chooses to be both a scholar, and a disciple. This is Y Religion.
 
Das Magazin am Sonntag Morgen mit aktuellen Themen aus Religion, Ethik, Theologie, Kirche. Berichte, Nachrichten und Reaktionen zum Geschehen der Woche mit theologischen und ethischen Fragen mit Antworten aus der Schweiz und dem Ausland. Leitung: Judith Wipfler Team: Léa Burger, Nicole Freudiger, Kathrin Ueltschi Sekretariat: Ursula Huser Kontakt: sekretariat.religion@srf.ch
 
Le podcast de La Croix Place des religions traite de l’actualité des religions dans la société. ► Dans "Ainsi soient-elles", la première série de ce podcast, des femmes croyantes et engagées racontent comment elles vivent leur foi dans notre monde contemporain. ► Dans "Paroles de politiques", la deuxième série de ce podcast, les journalistes du quotidien La Croix invitent des personnalités de tous horizons pour nous éclairer sur les relations entre la politique et les religions, à partir de ...
 
Our channel helps Christians live a Christ focused life in a world and country that hates Him. We lay religion aside and instead, focus our attention of Jesus. We will look to keep the content current, focusing on news of the day, how to make sense of the madness in the world. Sermons that we are listening to and pass them along to you. It might be a book or article that we have read that we believe is worth mentioning. Any and everything we can think of to help you live a life that is pleas ...
 
Das Magazin am Sonntag Morgen mit aktuellen Themen aus Religion, Ethik, Theologie, Kirche. Berichte, Nachrichten und Reaktionen zum Geschehen der Woche mit theologischen und ethischen Fragen mit Antworten aus der Schweiz und dem Ausland. Leitung: Judith Wipfler Team: Léa Burger, Nicole Freudiger, Kathrin Ueltschi Sekretariat: Ursula Huser Kontakt: sekretariat.religion@srf.ch
 
Who's Your God? is the podcast for whatever the hell you believe in. Comedian and host Amy Miller is joined every week by her co-host John Michael Bond and producer Steve Hernandez to chat with a guest about religion, beliefs, god, and whatever gets them through the day. Who's Your God? is the podcast for anyone who might feel alienated by specifically Christian OR Atheist podcasts. We are three comedians who grew up in the church and we're open to whatever you believe. We are also funny and ...
 
The Religion Prof Podcast is the podcast of Dr. James F. McGrath, Clarence L. Goodwin Chair in New Testament Language and Literature at Butler University, in which he talks about the Bible, science fiction, education, music, and pretty much anything else that happens to grab his surprisingly short attention span.
 
Holy Heretics seeks to foster honest conversations about the state of religion in the 21st century. We interview experts, spiritual seekers, scholars, and activists in our quest to examine just exactly how modern-day Christianity lost the Way of Jesus while also discovering how it can be regained through subversive thought and action.
 
There's a lot of confusion in the world about religion, and what the right path is. Whether it's Judaism, Christianity, Islam, etc., there must be an absolute path to take since all religions are diametrically opposed to each other. Is it one God? Or many gods? Are all the names equating to the same spirit? Or is it all a mixed bag of confusion? Since God is not the author of confusion, this series will make it absolutely clear by unraveling the truth behind each and answering the hard quest ...
 
Weird Religion is a podcast for people who think religion is weird but love it anyway. Your hosts, Leah Payne and Brian Doak, are both professors, authors, and pop culture aficionados, whose interests range from archaeology and history and linguistics to LARPing and The Walking Dead. Episodes tackle some piece of media highlighting the wonderful weirdness of religious experience—a documentary, a television show, a Twitter scandal—and use that as a "thread" on which to hang reflections on a w ...
 
The audio feed of American Academy of Religion (AAR), the world's largest scholarly and professional association of academics, teachers, and research scholars dedicated to furthering knowledge of religions and religious institutions in all their forms and manifestations. Featuring interviews with award-winning scholars and sessions recorded during the Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Religion.
 
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In der Geschichte der bayerischen Protestanten in der Zeit des Nationalsozialismus findet sich beides: Anpassung und Widerstand. Der Münchner Historiker Karl-Heinz Fix hat neue Quellen aus dieser Zeit in einer umfangreichen Sammlung publiziert. In den Evangelischen Perspektiven zeichnet Tilmann Kleinjung anhand von Original-Dokumenten die Konfliktl…
 
In Fear In Our Hearts: What Islamophobia Tells Us about America (NYU Press, 2021), Caleb Iyer Elfenbein, Associate Professor at Grinnell College, examines Islamophobia in the United States, positing that rather than simply being an outcome of the 9/11 attacks, anti-Muslim activity grows out of a fear of difference that has always characterized US p…
 
Brian Simpson might need help squeezing out a cry, but he does not need help being very open and of course, so hilarious!!! We had a ton of fun talking to Brian about working at Burger King, crying (not crying), joining the Marines, starting comedy in San Diego, growing up in foster care, working with narcs, becoming an atheist after being close wi…
 
Kylie's tells all about being abused. Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/politics-religion-and-whiskey-the-josh-terry-podcast/exclusive-content Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands Privacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacyBởi Josh Terry
 
El Greco, auf Kreta geboren und in Toledo gestorben, war Maler, Bildhauer, Architekt. Er gilt als Hauptmeister des spanischen Manierismus und der ausklingenden Renaissance. El Greco malte vor allem Bilder mit religiösen Themen und Porträts - auch eine zentrale Figur des Christentums: Paulus. Von Astrid Nettling www.deutschlandfunk.de, Aus Religion …
 
Sometimes there's discomfort in your growth. Growing up in your body, you experienced physical discomfort. Growing up in Christ, you experience spiritual discomfort. You experience this as God moves you into your season. Listen in as Jason shares how he's dealing with the discomfort of God moving him into his season of purpose.…
 
Here we discuss the Netflix series The Crown (https://www.netflix.com/title/80025678). And: The religious dimensions of monarchy, etiquette rituals, and our social class insecurities. The Crown, Season 3 finale scene (Queen Elizabeth walks to the carriage): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jpUSil0_0zU Etiquette expert reacts to The Crown: https://ww…
 
If what the evangelical church teaches about sex before marriage (i.e. purity culture) is harmful, is it any surprise that what it teaches about sex after marriage is just as damaging? When Sheila Wray Gregoire, popular blogger and author, set out to survey 20,000 Christian wives about their sex lives, she had no idea all the bombshells her researc…
 
Der 20.04 ist für viele Kiffer ein Tag zum Feiern. Sie feiern 420, doch woher kommt eigentlich der Code? Er stammt aus den USA aus dem Jahr 1971. Als sich Student*innen zum täglichen Smoke-in verabredeten, wurde eine bestimmte Uhrzeit festgelegt, nämlich um 16:20 Uhr. Dieses Ritual des täglichen Cannabis-Konsums prägte den Code 420. Dieses Ritual v…
 
This is the twenty-seventh episode in a series about the Faerûnian Pantheon. Mask is the patron deity of thieves. He and his faith are sly, deceptive and stealthy. Sections: 0:00​​​ Introduction 0:33​ Titles 0:59​​​ Portfolio & Domains 2:02​​​ Appearance & Manifestations 6:50​​​ Abilities 10:09​​​ Personal History 31:04​​ Personality 32:40​​​ Perso…
 
Zuerst war er Jesuit, dann entdeckte Niklaus Brantschen in Japan den Zen-Buddhismus. Seither verbindet der aus dem Wallis stammende Pater Spiritualität aus West und Ost. Was für manche wie ein Widerspruch klingt, ist für ihn eine Ergänzung. Ein Gespräch über das Schweigen und über die Stille. Stille ist nicht nur das Gegenteil von Lärm, sondern kan…
 
Pater Georges Aboud zu Besuch in der Schweiz - Verlassen von Bruder Klaus: Wer war Dorothee Wyss? - Religionsmeldungen der Woche Armut und Gewalt in Syrien Es begann während dem Arabischen Frühling - als Protestbewegung gegen das autoritäre Regime von Baschar al-Assad. Und es entwickelte sich rasend schnell zu einem blutigen Krieg an vielen verschi…
 
Ohne Familie. Ramadan in Corona-Zeiten / "Hier stehe ich und kann nicht anders". 500 Jahre Luther in Worms / "Leben im Sterben": In Augsburg wurde die Woche für das Leben eröffnet / Ablöse für Staatsleistungen in Sicht? Diskussion über Gesetzesvorlage / Zum Abschied von Hans Küng. Trauerfeier und Beisetzung in Tübingen…
 
For millions of Americans–especially those who have been able to get a COVID vaccination–it truly feels like spring is here. But don’t let the nice weather fool you; the culture wars that have strained our civic bonds are still here, from local churches and classrooms to the U.S. Supreme Court. This week on State of Belief, Interfaith Alliance’s ra…
 
In this Religion Today show, Martin Tanner describes how the War in Heaven, in the pre-existence, described in Revelation 12:7-9 over free will, agency and freedom versus forced results, such as equity, cancel culture, forced compliance, socialism, communism, continues in the world today. The Dead Sea Scrolls, War Scroll, containing the battle of t…
 
One of the great debates of the 16th century took place between William Tyndale and Thomas More over Tyndale’s translation of the Bible into English. Both men knew how words had the power to shape theology. Tyndale’s translation informed later English translations, including the King James Version. But were Tyndale’s choices right? In this episode,…
 
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss the form of Christianity adopted by Ostrogoths in the 4th century AD, which they learned from Roman missionaries and from their own contact with the imperial court at Constantinople. This form spread to the Vandals and the Visigoths, who took it into Roman Spain and North Africa, and the Ostrogoths brought it deeper …
 
How does sin work in the Age of Authenticity? And why are both grace and sin eclipsed in a secular age? We dig into the listener mailbag this week to explore all that and more. Huge shout-out to Zoe for the great question this week. The Congregation in a Secular Age is out now. Be sure to grab your copy today: https://tinyurl.com/yxu2mcx2 And, as a…
 
America is losing their religion and we discuss this plus we go over the dumbest news article that I have ever read, and I read a lot. If you enjoy the content, please drop us a comment and join us on social media through the links below. America is Losing Religion- https://yhoo.it/3uFn89H Religious Right- https://yhoo.it/3tc4QNc Christian National…
 
In a difficult year in 2018, Tish Harrison Warren started writing "Prayer in the Night: For those Who Work or Watch or Weep," a new book which now in the context of a host of unprecedented upheaval has the potential to carry helpful messages for Anglicans and people of faith in many liturgical traditions. Executive Director, Paul Glader interviewed…
 
Ŋutifafa Ame, (peace to you, everyone) In this episode, we get into all things concerning dress code according to YAH's Instructions. You all already know we jumped down the hole talking about the history of the European dress code and the dress code of the African tradition from nations such as Ga and Eʋe culture. We hope this was helpful and give…
 
This month, we talk to Laura Dudley Jenkins, author of Religious Freedom and Mass Conversion in India, about the Indian conspiracy theory known as the “love jihad.” And in One Last Thing, Dan splits theological hairs in discussing an animated Star Wars series, while Tim is feeling (ahem) somewhat more expansive. Some of the things we discussed in t…
 
Through a case study of Zava Damdin, a monk living on the frontier of the Mongolia at the end of the Qing empire (early 20th c), Matthew King invites scholars to consider non-Eurocentric ways of studying religion in modern history.King is assistant professor in transnational Buddhism in the Department of Religious Studies at the University of Calif…
 
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