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Jonathan Edwards (1703-1758) was a pre-revolutionary American pastor and academic in Massachusetts, and is also widely considered to be both the last of the great Puritans, and a founder of modern evangelicalism. In 1732, his church and many churches in the surrounding region experienced “The Great Awakening”, a massive religious revival. The Great Awakening saw many people having heightened “affections”, or emotions, in response to their increased spirituality – this included excessive weep ...
 
Becket’s Hannah Smith and Katie Geary tell the human stories behind twelve diverse and influential religious liberty cases. Each one gives a unique look at the real-life implications of religious liberty in America. Together, they illustrate the vital need to defend this fundamental freedom for people of all faiths.
 
A day in the life of an average Christian student. Expect reviews of movies, books, music, and TV shows. I will talk about my thoughts on Christianity and other religions. I may also talk about what has gone on in my day. I will definitely talk about whatever you e-mail me about at ReligiousTaters@gmail.com
 
CrossFeed Religious News (Audio) brings you the latest religious news each week as found on crossfeednews.com, the only social religious news community on the internet! Watch level-headed Christian commentary from Dale Critchley in Cleveland and Jim Butler in Boston, a couple Lutheran (LCMS) pastors, discussing everything from abortion to gay marriage to statements from the Pope to VeggieTales, not to mention regular Superman and Star Wars references. We take the news seriously, but we don't ...
 
CrossFeed Religious News (Video) brings you the latest religious news each week as found on crossfeednews.com, the only social religious news community on the internet! Watch level-headed Christian commentary from Dale Critchley in Cleveland and Jim Butler in Boston, a couple Lutheran (LCMS) pastors, discussing everything from abortion to gay marriage to statements from the Pope to VeggieTales, not to mention regular Superman and Star Wars references. We take the news seriously, but we don't ...
 
(NOTE: Some of these podcasts were recorded during the Bush Administration and the material is rather dated. However the overarching danger presented by the Religious Right still exists, and the information contained in these podcasts is still relevant. New episodes [2010] will be identified by RJ 2.0 in the title.) Jesus instructed us to be righteous, to be meek, to be pure of heart, to be merciful, and to be peacemakers. How well do you think that the members of the religious right are doi ...
 
The Varieties of Religious Experience: A Study in Human Nature is a book by the Harvard psychologist and philosopher William James that comprises his edited Gifford Lectures on "Natural Theology" delivered at the University of Edinburgh in Scotland between 1901 and 1902. These lectures concerned the nature of religion and the neglect of science, in James' view, in the academic study of religion. Soon after its publication, the book found its way into the canon of psychology and philosophy, a ...
 
When the God-fearing Herzog of Thuringia dies, the Irish missionary settlements face the wrath of his bitterly heathen wife, Geila, and her son, now Herzog Hedan. But when Hedan falls in love with Bilihild, a young Christian maiden, he offers peace to his Christian subjects if Bilihild will become his wife. As Bilihild strives to love her new husband and protect her people, she faces increasing difficulty and danger, especially from her jealous mother-in-law. As the clouds thicken around her ...
 
We live in a society of confusing, competing voices, some strident, which overtly or covertly suggest that religion has nothing to offer in the debates concerning the important issues we face today. First of all, it is impossible to avoid religious categories since they deal with the most fundamental of human concerns, namely, where do we find purpose and meaning in life? What is my purpose in being alive? Is life absurd as the existentialists claim? What was I born for? I believe that we ar ...
 
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The Arab uprisings of 2011 created unexpected opportunities for religious radicals. Although many inside and outside the region initially saw the uprisings as liberal triumphs, illiberal forces have benefited disproportionately. In Tunisia, formally marginalized jihadi-salafi groups appealed for mainstream support, and in Egypt, the Muslim Brotherhood triumphed in elections. Even in Saudi Arabia, not known for either lively politics or for political entrepreneurship, a surprising array of fo ...
 
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The U.S. is quickly approaching the 2020 presidential election. Join Andie Alexander, Hina Muneeruddin, and Leslie Dorrough Smith in this month’s episode of Discourse! (recorded after the 2nd presidential debate between President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden) as they explore the rhetoric and affect of the presidential campaigns …
 
Our latest episode of “Heart of a Heartless World” is a recording of our September 30th webinar conversation with Bhaskar Sunkara, founding publisher and editor of Jacobin magazine, and Rev. Andrew Wilkes. They discussed the role of religion and faith traditions within the wider socialist movement and Left politics.…
 
*Originally Aired June 5, 2020* These are scary times. In the midst of a global pandemic, more videos have surfaced of senseless killings that resulted from racial profiling. In this episode, we celebrate the lives of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, and others who’s time was cut short in such devastating ways. We’ll also get into our thoughts on the p…
 
The question of the origins of ancient Christianity has puzzled believers and skeptics alike. For the first, the history of Christianity is the anchor point for claims of authenticity. For the second, a search for origins opens religious traditions to questions about their contingency and sui generis status. So the perspectives most often speak pas…
 
What is the current climate of climate change in a variety of religious communities? Why is food such an important part of discussing climate and religion? In this episode, the RSP’s Candace Mixon talks to Dr. Gretel Van Wieren to get the current climate of climate change responses from religious communities. An expert in environmental, agricultura…
 
In this episode, RSP co-editor Breann Fallon speaks with Assistant Professor Richard Newton about his new book Identifying Roots: Alex Haley and the Anthropology of Scriptures (Equinox 2020). At issue is the concept, use, and function of “scripture,” particularly through the example of Alex Haley’s 1976 book Roots. Newton explains the success of Ha…
 
Religiously Incorrect Podcast 10/4/2020 "Faith On The Field" w/Guest: Coach Bill Dungee Like our Facebook & IG Page and be sure subscribe to our YouTubeChannel! Hosts: Pastor Todd and Pastor Jeff Produced by: Michael J. Production: Big Mike, Mr. Larry Design by: Larry Johnson Music: J. Austin FOLLOW: WEBSITE: http://www.ReligiouslyIncorrectPodcast.…
 
Religiously Incorrect Podcast 9/27/2020 "When She Speaks" w/Guests: Rev. Gena Thornton and Rev. Dr. Robin Woodberry Like our Facebook & IG Page and be sure subscribe to our YouTubeChannel! Hosts: Pastor Todd and Pastor Jeff Produced by: Michael J. Production: Big Mike, Mr. Larry Design by: Larry Johnson Music: J. Austin FOLLOW: WEBSITE: http://www.…
 
Religiously Incorrect Podcast 9/20/2020 The Church and COVID A New Reality Like our Facebook & IG Page and be sure subscribe to our YouTubeChannel! Hosts: Pastor Todd and Pastor Jeff Produced by: Michael J. Production: Big Mike, Mr. Larry Design by: Larry Johnson Music: J. Austin FOLLOW: WEBSITE: http://www.ReligiouslyIncorrectPodcast.com FACEBOOK:…
 
Religiously Incorrect Podcast 8/30/2020 "Pastor, Preacher, Person" Pastor Jeff & Pastor Todd discuss the tension all ministers face between their divine call and everyday life. Tune in and talk back! Hosts: Pastor Todd and Pastor Jeff Produced by: Michael J. Production: Big Mike, Mr. Larry Design by: Larry Johnson Music: J. Austin FOLLOW: WEBSITE: …
 
This month’s Discourse! is presented by Sidney Castillo, with his guests Maria Nita, Juan Manuel Rubio Arevalo, and Stefanie Butendieck. Discussion focuses on the effects of COVID restrictions on different religious communities, including festivals, activism, funeral practices, and the Chilean “Mapuche” community. The conversation goes on to discus…
 
In this episode, RSP Co-Host Breann Fallon talks to Professor J. Lorand Matory of Duke University on the topic of fetishism. After outlining the concept of “fetishism,” considering the Portuguese origins as well as the term’s use in the work of Marx and Freud, Matory discusses his latest book The Fetish Revisited. Matory highlights his re-thinking …
 
Our latest episode of “Heart of a Heartless World” is a recording of our August 20 webinar between Rev. Andrew Wilkes and Rev. Dr. Liz Theoharis, National Co-Chair of the Poor People’s Campaign, about the campaign, its faith-rooted vision, and how the movement presents a concrete way to shift our political economy, uproot white supremacy, and expan…
 
In this episode, the RSP’s Maxinne Connolly-Panagopoulos speaks to Dr. Kathleen Openshaw about her fascinating research on the Universal Church of God in Australia. Beginning with the origins of this Brazilian, Pentecostal Church, Dr. Openshaw explains why the UCKG is so popular with migrants from the Global South. Speaking on her fieldwork, and he…
 
This bonus-length roundtable episode brings scholars of various disciplines and ranks together to discuss their experiences in the study of Buddhist ritual. Working in areas of art history, Buddhist Studies, anthropology, and cultural studies, the panelists shed light on some of the challenges and promises of working within and across disciplines. …
 
Take a journey into the dark heart of American politics in this month’s Discourse! Join David Robertson, Megan Goodwin, Savannah Finver, and S. Jonathon O’Donnell to discuss QAnon. Explore the roots of this multifaceted conspiracy theory in the Satanic Ritual Abuse scare of the 1980s and ’90s, the parallels with earlier millennial narratives, and t…
 
In this interview with two RSP editors, Christopher R. Cotter (co-editor-in-chief) and Breann Fallon (managing co-editor), discuss the intellectual-journey that brought Cotter to his newest publication: The Critical Study of Non-Religion: Discourse, Identification and Locality (Bloomsbury Academic, 2020). Cotter begins by providing an overview of p…
 
Our latest episode of "Heart of a Heartless World" is a recording of the latest webinar put on by the Religion & Socialist working group. On July 16th, Linda Sarsour, the co-founder of Until Freedom and former co-chair of the Women’s March, spoke with Rev. Andrew Wilkes, a pastor, policy director, and member of Religious Socialism’s editorial group…
 
What layers of complicity in colonialism are still embedded in the field of religious studies? How can we learn from decades of decolonial work in Native American and Indigenous Studies? Dr. Natalie Avalos speaks with RSP co-host David McConeghy about the urgency of decolonial scholarship to start the RSP's 10th season.…
 
The latest episode of Heart of a Heartless World is an interview with Rev. Andrew Wilkes, longtime member of DSA, a contributor to the Religion and Socialism Working Group, and a writer for outlets such as The Huffington Post, The Guardian, Sojourners and others.A doctoral candidate in political science at the Graduate Center in the City University…
 
What do you do when you’ve spent over a year posting a weekly commentary on how tech ideas and concepts relate to Jewish thought, and specifically the Torah reading for that week? You make a book, of course. That’s exactly how Torah && Tech came to be, and on this episode, I'll talk to the two authors, Rabbi/Programmers Ben Greenberg and Yechiel Ka…
 
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