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Godcast exists to share our stories about the presence or absence of religion in our lives. Each episode focuses on a particular issue or experience in the hopes of acknowledging that we are in a continued conversation with the religion/ worldview with which we were raised—whether that conversation happens from a place of reception or rejection. Here at Godcast, we believe that religion and spirituality should be a part of the public conversation; we recognize, however, that religion can be ...
 
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Gaurahari das is a peacemaker, Founder,New Age,Spiritual, Christ/Krishna Consciousness centered facilitator/minister of the 501 C non-profit organization, temple of the Heart. He is a story teller extracting the practical application of enlivening juicy esoteric meanings of the divine lilas of the Eternal Absolute Truth recorded in the devotional literatures of Eastern Vedas and Western Biblical books. He tells instructive stories from the bible to the ancient Vedic devotional literatures fr ...
 
For some people, the thought of organized religion is enough to make their stomach crawl. On this podcast we will explore the many different ways people encounter spirituality. We'll talk about our own journeys and how we come to accept that there is more to this world than just us. We will talk to clergy, artists and those who are leading the revolution towards a more unified view of the universe.
 
Interfaith conversations deconstructing traditional religious beliefs. A former Orthodox Jew and a Spanish-raised Catholic join forces to fight spiritual violence. Our nuanced conversations with queer revolutionaries will give you the tools to tear apart binaries and live a meaningful life. Recent guests include Arlan Hamilton, Mary Lambert, Sushant Divgikar, Rev. Troy Perry, Ryan Cassata & Senator Weinberg.
 
A podcast featuring real conversations, true stories, and more questions than answers. Join Joe Welker as he explores modern-day spirituality with storytellers, seminarians, comedians, pastors, academics, musicians, artists, atheists, believers, and all kinds of ordinary mystics to talk about their relationship with truth, authenticity, and mystery.
 
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Experts address altered states of the mind that are deliberately induced by humans. We will address what is known about origins and mechanisms of these mind-altering practices.In doing so, we hope to gain new insights into the origins and workings of the human mind. Series: "CARTA - Center for Academic Research and Training in Anthropogeny" [Humani…
 
For Mothers' Day, Religion Today Host Martin Tanner shares the stories of four amazing, inspiring Latter-day Saint women, Jane Elizabeth Manning James, African American mother who walked over 1,000 miles to join the Saints in Nauvoo; Torah Bright, world champion snowboarder from Australia; Hannah Clayson Smith, extraordinary First Amendment, religi…
 
William Tyndale translated the Bible from the earliest known manuscripts in Hebrew and Greek. His translation was so extraordinary, that when the 54 King James Bible translators completed their translation, it was 83% word-for-word Tyndale's New Testament translation and 76% Tyndale's Old Testament translation. In this episode of Religion Today, ho…
 
Ross Murray from GLAAD, Yass, Jesus! podcast and the Naming Project is back on the pod! His new book ”Made, Known, Loved” shows congregations how to create a program that affirms LGBTQ youth. How can we transform religious spaces into more welcoming environments and guide future leaders? Listen to find out! Order this important book. Find it anywhe…
 
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints believes marriage should be between a man and a woman; and, intimacy should not be outside marriage. The Bible, Old and New Testament, and and LDS Church take the same position. The apostle Paul made strong statements on these issues. Paul also said he and the other apostles should be able to take the…
 
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…
 
Today are joined by our favorite comedian Carolyn Bergier host of the podcast "Dyking Out". We discuss all things comedy: The limits, the pitfalls, and how smart comedy can be used for social change. Carolyn breaks down how to broach difficult topics with humor. Listen for a good time and expert advice. www.theforbiddenapplepodcast.com www.patreon.…
 
Experts address altered states of the mind that are deliberately induced by humans. We will address what is known about origins and mechanisms of these mind-altering practices.In doing so, we hope to gain new insights into the origins and workings of the human mind. Series: "CARTA - Center for Academic Research and Training in Anthropogeny" [Humani…
 
In this episode of Religion Today Martin Tanner describes where the Book of Commandments, Doctrine & Covenants, and Articles of Faith of the LDS Church came from. Little know details, such as, before the Church officially adopted Joseph Smith's 13 Articles of Faith, various versions, some with as many as 16 articles were in circulation. Also discus…
 
Pelayo brings you a rant on the Catholic Church statement on same-sex unions and their impossibility to bless them. An answer to their "unjust discriminations" and being "unable to bless sin". This statement comes shortly after Pope Francis mentioning homosexuals are children of God and have a right to a family, If you have enjoyed this feel free t…
 
In this Easter Sunday broadcast, Martin Tanner distinguishes between Biblical accounts of people brought back from the dead, like Lazarus, and resurrection accounts, like the New Testament accounts of Jesus' resurrection, the account in Matthew 27:52, and others. He also gives an overview of Jesus' resurrection from the Gospels of Matthew and John.…
 
Your hosts are joined by Rev. Liz Edman, queer priest, and author of “Queer Virtue”, to discuss the latest statement from the Vatican on Same-sex Unions. We talk about the let down many of us feel about this statement and the need to unite to continue the fight. Liz explains the cycle of reformation of religious institutions every 500 years and sha…
 
This week, as often happens, Religion Today host Martin Tanner received an email from an evangelical Christian ministry claiming Mormonism is heretical. This time the evangelical ministry said Latter-day Saints are heretics for not believing God's creation in Genesis Chapter 1 was ex nihilo, out of nothing. Hebrew linguists have known for hundreds …
 
Several dozen new Dead Sea Scroll fragments, a 6,000 year old child's grave and a 10,500 year old woven basket have just been found (March 2021) in one of the Dead Sea Scrolls caves (the Cave of Horror). In this episode of Religion Today, Host Martin Tanner explains how Essene Jews practiced baptism, how John the Baptist's baptism was connected to …
 
In this episode Steve continues the conversation on the differences between Progressive Christians and Evangelicals. Today he explores the different views of the Bible. He asks, Why didn't Jesus write a book? Why do we need the Bible? How do we interpret the Bible? Is the Bible authoritative in the same way that the Koran is for Muslims. Steve expl…
 
Continuing with our "nuanced series" we discuss how to build your own spiritual toolbox.' Your hosts Pelayo and Melissa unpack the difference between appropriation vs appreciation. The question of the hour is " how do we learn from others and apply it in a respectful way to our lives? We look forward to hearing your thoughts! Remember to leave us a…
 
The recent Netflix film "Murder Among the Mormons" about the murder and forger Mark Hofmann hits close to home for Martin Tanner, host of Religion Today. Martin Tanner and Mark Hofmann never met, but had several mutual friends. In this episode of Religion Today Martin Tanner describes the time-line of Mark Hofmann, his forgeries and murders, how Ho…
 
In this episode Steve explains the differences between Progressive Christians and Evangelical Christians and their views of hell and who goes there. Steve reviews different scripture passages that argue for hell, and then those passages that argue for universal salvation. Listen and see if you're as convinced as Steve that through Jesus the entire …
 
Critics of The Book of Mormon and LDS Faith say that since Zenos and Zenock, two supposed prophets, are not mentioned outside the Book of Mormon, it is not an authentic ancient book. But the Teacher of Righteousness is an example of an ancient Jewish prophet unknown until 1947 when the Dead Sea Scrolls were found. Also, the Dead Sea Scrolls Thanksg…
 
Continuing the series on Progressive vs. Evangelical Perspectives. Several people have asked Steve, "What is the difference between Progressive and Evangelical Christians?" There are some major differences between the two. In this episode Steve continues the discussion by talking about the Progressive view of radical inclusion of all people, especi…
 
Arnold Eisen a professor and author and is one of the foremost experts on Amerian Judaism today. He recently finished serving as the Chancellor of the Jewish Theological Seminary for the past 13 years, the first non-rabbi to hold that position. Arnie sits down with us to talk about his childhood in Philadelphia, his own spiritual development, and t…
 
Melissa and Pelayo talk about the phenomenon of the “ex-gay’ and the effects it has on LGBTQ+ community. Can we live our truth without judging others or does our truth affect our humanity as a whole? How do we have nuanced conversations around things we are ideologically opposed to? We discuss this and more in this episode. More questions than answ…
 
The Book of Mormon has been called a racist book due to the reference in 2 Nephi 5:21 to a "skin of blackness[.]" In this episode of Religion Today Martin Tanner explains why this reference is metaphorical rather than literal, citing 2 Nephi 26:33 which says "black and white, bond and free, male and female . . . all are alike unto God[.]" As eviden…
 
Steve begins a series on Progressive vs. Evangelical perspectives on a variety of different topics. In this episode Steve examines the nature of suffering from a Progressive Christian perspective vs. an Evangelical perspective. Instead of assuming that all Christians believe the same about God and the nature of suffering, come listen to some views …
 
Mac Brandt is an actor who has appeared in several hit television shows. In 2020 he starred as the villain in Lovecraft Country on HBO, produced by Jordan Peele. He was also a regular on the show Kingdom. I've had the privilege of knowing Mac for many years. In this episode we talk about his upbringing in Chicago, his spiritual development, and wha…
 
The Interpreter Foundation's new film "Witnesses" premieres this Wednesday, February 24, 2021, at the LDS Film Festival. This feature length film tells with precise accuracy the stories of the well known formal witnesses of the Book of Mormon plates, the Three Witnesses, and the Eight Witnesses, along with the little known stories the informal witn…
 
I have had the privilege of knowing Mary Jo Barrett for the last ten years. She is one of the wisest people I know, and it was an absolute blessing to sit down and have her share her wisdom with our audience. Mary Jo is a nationally prominent expert in the treatment of trauma and traumatic violence in the family. Her model is a collaborative, resil…
 
Understanding the difficult to understand sayings of Jesus, part two. In this episode of Religion Today, host Martin Tanner explains the likely meaning of Jesus' hard sayings, including "It is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle than for a rich man to enter into heaven" why Jesus said his followers are to purchase a sword, how can …
 
Tahil Sharma is the Regional Coordinator for North America for the United Religions Initiative, the world's largest interfaith network. Tahil has been doing interfaith work for 8 years and has been continuously exploring the intersection of religion/spirituality with themes of human rights and social justice. He sits down to talk to us about his in…
 
In this episode of Religion Today Martin Tanner explains the most likely meaning of some of the sayings of Jesus that are difficult to understand, such as why he came not for the righteous, but for sinners, how the Law of Moses is fulfilled yet Jesus says not a single jot or tittle (dot of an "i" or cross of a "t") in other words, none of the Law o…
 
Paul Adelstein is an American actor, known for the role of Agent Paul Kellerman in the Fox television series Prison Break and his role as pediatrician Cooper Freedman in the ABC medical drama Private Practice. In addition to supporting roles in films such as Intolerable Cruelty and Memoirs of a Geisha, he is also known for his recurring role as Leo…
 
Join Pelayo and Melissa as they share the details of their new series "the Forbidden Apple Around the world: Africa". We will hear from people who have survived gender-based violence and corrective rape, live with HIV in Africa, and those who risked their lives to work towards legalizing homosexuality in their countries. They share these stories to…
 
What is the nature of God's power, knowledge and location? Is God Omnipotent, all-powerful? In the strict sense he is not, because God self-limits his power in that he will not do evil. Is God Omnipresent? Many Christians say yes, God is everywhere. Latter-day Saints say God is a glorified man, located at only one place at any given time. However, …
 
Alex Cook is a painter, muralist, and musician. His art brings messages of hope, assurance, and beauty in unexpected places. You can find more of Alex's work at stonebalancer.com and youarelovedmurals.com You can see Danielle and Alex dissect some of Alex's murals by clicking the links below: The Things We Need Are So Close Tree of Life Father and …
 
Alex Cook is a painter, muralist, and musician. His art brings messages of hope, assurance, and beauty in unexpected places. You can find more of Alex's work at stonebalancer.com and youarelovedmurals.com You can see Danielle and Alex dissect some of Alex's murals by clicking the links below: The Things We Need Are So Close Tree of Life Father and …
 
Host Martin Tanner relates how a satellite helped archaeologists find Gath, the Biblical city where Goliath lived, how DNA solved the puzzle of where the Philistines came from (Europe), how the burial stone box of a crucified man shows feet of those crucified were nailed to the cross from the side, just below the ankles, Hezekiah's water tunnel sho…
 
Four New Testament versus (among many others) demonstrate an apostasy and restoration were foretold by all the Old Testament prophets and also in the New Testament. Acts 3:21 says Jesus the Messiah will not return before a "restoration of all things" or a "universal restoration." 2 Thessalonians 2:1-3 says the Second Coming will not happen before a…
 
The word "Torah" does not mean "law" it means "teaching" or "instruction." Thus Christians should not talk of the "law and the prophets" but of God's "teaching and the prophets." Torah often refers to the first five books of the Bible. Scholars question whether Moses had any input into them. Conservative Jews and Christians believe Moses wrote ever…
 
Martin Tanner briefly describes the 39 miracles of Jesus in the New Testament. A dozen or so others are found in extra-Biblical books of the first three centuries. Martin Tanner asks, "What is a miracle?" and "Can something that can be explained still be a miracle?" He suggests the miracles of Jesus helped those around him, and us today, identify h…
 
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