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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.
 
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 Deutschlandfunk Kultur damit, was Religionen mit Menschen und was Menschen mit Religionen machen.
 
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Sternstunde Religion

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Sternstunde Religion

Schweizer Radio und Fernsehen (SRF)

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Information: Dieser Video Podcast wird per Ende Juli 2021 eingestellt. Künftige und bisherige Episoden finden Sie auf unserem Play SRF Portal (www.srf.ch/play). Die «Sternstunde Religion» ordnet ein, fragt nach und schafft Zusammenhänge – in Form von Dokumentarfilmen oder Gesprächen.
 
Kaum ein gesellschaftlicher, politischer oder kultureller Konflikt der Historie wie der Gegenwart, bei dem die Religion und ihre Glaubensvollzüge keine Rolle spielen. In einem monothematischen Feature stellen wir Persönlichkeiten, Strömungen und Ereignisse vor, die die Geistesgeschichte des Abendlandes wesentlich mitgeprägt haben. Auch Sendungen über die Religionsgeschichte des Judentums, des Islams, Buddhismus und Hinduismus finden sich auf diesem Sendeplatz.
 
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ReligionWise

Institute for Religious and Cultural Understanding

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ReligionWise features educators, researchers, and other professionals discussing their work and the place of religion in the public conversation. Host Chip Gruen, the Director of the Institute for Religious and Cultural Understanding of Muhlenberg College, facilitates conversations that aim to provide better understanding of varieties of religious expression and their impacts on the human experience. For more about the Institute for Religious and Cultural Understanding, visit www.religionand ...
 
Religions du monde traite de l’actualité religieuse et de sujets de société : les sectes, la recherche spirituelle, mais aussi la religion sur l’Internet. Des portraits nourrissent également cette émission présentée par Véronique Gaymard qui prend les rênes de l'émission, à la place de Geneviève Delrue.
 
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Y Religion

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Y Religion

BYU Religious Education

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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.
 
Subscribe for weekly discussions with cult survivors, experts in religious trauma recovery, and other topics related to recovering from religious harms. This show is hosted by volunteers from Recovering From Religion, which is a non-profit organization that works to provide hope, healing, and support for people who have questions or doubts about their faith. Whether you are an atheist, religious, or leaving a cult, we hope you will find this podcast helpful. We aren’t here to talk you out of ...
 
Religionish is a nerdy podcast about everything religion...ish. The show uses interviews and reflective narration, with a smidge of sarcasm, to illustrate how religion is everywhere from politics and pop culture to feasting and friendships. Soon you’ll see how everything is a little bit religion…ish. Join your host Ashley Campbell and become a #ReligionNerd.
 
This podcast aims to educate on the subject of religion from an academic perspective and to open up for informed discussions on the subject. You will find episodes discussing the big religions of the world and historical overviews of important figures from different religious traditions. Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.
 
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Weird Religion

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Weird Religion

Brian Doak and Leah Payne

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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 ...
 
Religion of Speed is your home for all things grassroots racing and automotive culture. We are not about big money builds, we are about the people in their home garage building something cool with what they got. Each podcast we will cover automotive news that matters to the grassroots racer/car enthusiast, have on guests from the industry/fellow racers, and tell you ways you can get out and have fun with cars without breaking the bank.
 
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.
 
Our podcast 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. 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 pleasing to ...
 
Le podcast de La Croix "Place des religions" traite de l’actualité des religions dans la société. ► Dans "Ecologie, où sont les religions ?", la cinquième saison de Place des religions, des théologiens, historiens, philosophes ou militants de terrain nous éclairent sur le rôle que peuvent jouer les traditions religieuses, afin de comprendre les défis écologiques auxquels nous sommes confrontés. ► Dans "Autour de la table", la quatrième saison de Place des religions, La Croix vous invite à la ...
 
Formally titled Leaving Religion & Those We Leave Behind. This podcast is a guide to navigating the waters after religion and how to find your spiritual center. Each episode is full of stories, including mine, of leaving religion, our experiences through it and the gifts gained. My desire is to assist others in having a deeper understand to their path and that leaving does not have to be full of anger and hatred. This podcast is not about bashing any religion or people but is about our stori ...
 
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Study Religion

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Study Religion

Dept. of Religious Studies at UA

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Study Religion is a production of the Department of Religious Studies at the University of Alabama. The podcast brings listeners into the life of the department through discussions with faculty, student work, analysis of current events and popular culture, and interviews about the state of religious studies as a field. It is a chance to listen in to the conversations we're having on the balconies and inside the offices of Manly Hall, the department building and our logo.
 
Interreligiöser Dialog soll nicht nur auf Podien stattfinden, sondern gehört in den Alltag, in die Cafeterien, in die U-Bahn – oder eben mit uns ins Ohr. „Wir“, das sind Rebecca Rogowski, 24, Studentin der Judaistik mit blauem Gurt in JiuJitsu, Maike Schöfer, 31, in der Ausbildung zur evangelischen Pfarrerin und mit Hang zu Jesus-Kitsch, sowie Kübra Dalkilic, 25, islamische Theologin, die auf Spar-Witze steht. Wir sprechen über unseren Glauben, unsere Erfahrungen, unsere Wurzeln. Wir tausche ...
 
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Singing the Goddess Into Place: Locality, Myth, and Social Change in Chamundi of the Hill, a Kannada Folk Ballad (SUNY Press, 2022) demonstrates how folk narratives reflect local context while also actively working to upend social inequities based on caste and ritual/devotional practices. By delving into this world, the book helps us understand how…
 
In this episode of our new mini-series Examples, Ciara Eichhorst, the American Examples Fellow and a masters student in our department, discusses the topic of the atomic bomb and its relationship to the counterculture movement with Dr. Erik Kline. Dr. Kline is an assistant professor of English at the University of Wisconsin-River Falls and received…
 
Set against the backdrop of the rise of right-wing Christian nationalism in Eastern Europe, this book declares that Catholic theologians ought to be understood and studied as intellectuals: socially and historically situated creators of national cultural traditions. While the Romanian government funds thriving schools for the country’s Hungarian mi…
 
A breakaway Australian diocese of the Anglican Church has been announced. It will exist as an entity separate to the global Anglican communion, which has the Archbishop of Canterbury as its leader.Australian Broadcasting Corporation által
 
In this episode, we talk about the mystical tradition called "Hesychasm" in the Eastern Orthodox Church. Sources/Suggested Reading: Lossky, Vladimir (1944). "The Mystical Theology of the Eastern Church". James Clarke & Co. Ware, Timothy (2015). "The Orthodox Church: An introduction to Eastern Christianity". New Edition. Penguin Books. "Gregory Pala…
 
How did Joseph Smith translate the Book of Mormon? Joseph’s brief answer was “by the gift and power of God,” sometimes adding that it was done by means of “Urim and Thummim.” Some have asked why Joseph Smith didn’t give more specific details about the process. In this enlightening episode, translation scholar Dr. Michael Hubbard MacKay discusses hi…
 
Anerkennungsleistungen für Missbrauchsopfer: Was haben die Kirchen in Bayern gezahlt? / Internationaler Tag gegen Hexenwahn / Medizin aus dem Klostergarten: Der Mönchspfeffer ist Arzneipflanze des Jahres 2022 / Brückenbauerin zwischen Religionen: Edith Stein zum 80. TodestagHilgers, Jochen, Nabila Abdel Aziz, Antje Dechert; Moderation: Winter, Sabine által
 
Secular Rarity will be joining us this week to talk about engaging in discussions about big ideas from religion, science, and philosophy in online settings without losing sight of our common humanity. He will share his experiences and tips for communicating compassionately and staying friendly through tough conversations so as to avoid the “angry a…
 
In this episode of Religion Today, host Martin Tanner describes archaeological discoveries which are strong evidence the Bible is genuine history, not just myth. Included are the significance of the Rosetta Stone, Dead Sea Scrolls, Tel Dan Inscription (9th century BC reference to "House of David"), Ketef Hinnom scrolls (7th century BC text of Numbe…
 
The intersection of faith and politics in America today is defined by contradictions and misconceptions. Even as fringe voices are using their outsized influence to impose their beliefs on all, the vast majority of faithful Americans are demonstrating that equality and solidarity are complementary with religious freedom. This week on State of Belie…
 
Der britische Physiker, Chemiker und Umweltaktivist James Lovelock gilt als geistiger Vater der sogenannten Gaia-Hypothese: Die Gesamtheit alles Lebens auf der Erde, betrachtet als ein großer Organismus. Eine Idee mit weitreichenden Konsequenzen für Umweltethik und Weltbild. Am 26. Juli, dem Tag seines 103. Geburtstages starb James Lovelock im engl…
 
After a beautiful and raw first episode I, along with several others, were left wondering about more of Rachael's story. I was grateful when she agreed to sit down with me again. Sharing about her journey as a child, being an olympic junior medalist, growing up within the mormon religion, her marriage and how they chose to navigate things like how …
 
Toxic Medicine, Babies , Live-Aufzeichnung 12-14 Uhr, AugustausgabeHybride Kunstsendung mit AnruferInnenHeute mit Anrufer Herr BartókIn dieser Sendung geht es um die Mechanismen des Streits, um die Formen und Vorkommnisse des Streits, um Konfliktstrategien, Beziehungen, Familie, Machtstrukturen, Krieg und Atombomben, um Non-Gendering und die den St…
 
Whats that! Now you can see our beautiful faces behind the voices. That's right the Religion of Speed Podcast is now available on video, at least if you are on Spotify or YouTube. But don't worry, we are still an audio program first and foremost so you can still just put those headphones on and go about your day while you listen to us discus the ne…
 
Richard Powers schreibt Bücher, die selbst Barack Obama ins Schwärmen bringen. Der preisgekrönte US-amerikanische Schriftsteller plädiert eindringlich dafür, unser Eingebettetsein in die Natur anzuerkennen und uns nicht für die Krone der Schöpfung zu halten. Richard Powers ist ein Multitalent. In seinen Romanen verarbeitet der Pulitzer Preisträger …
 
Die Osterinsel, in der Sprache der Einheimischen auch Rapa Nui genannt, ist eine zu Chile gehörende abgelegene vulkanische Insel in Polynesien. Vor 300 Jahren, an Ostern 1722, wurde sie erstmals von Europäern betreten und damit, im kolonialen Sinn, entdeckt. Gleich die erste Begegnung mit den Europäern verlief tödlich für die indigene Bevölkerung, …
 
Happy summer to everyone! We’ll be back in the fall of 2022 regularly, and possibly with a one-off here or there before then. Stay cool weirdos. https://www.weirdreligion.com/ https://www.instagram.com/weirdreligionpodcast/ https://twitter.com/weirdreligion https://facebook.com/weirdreligion If you’d be so kind as to leave us a review on Apple podc…
 
The six gold-tipped spires of the temple, originally dedicated in 1974, stoke intrigue like Emerald City in the 1939 movie starring Judy Garland. Part of the attraction is that the Latter-day Saints temple is off-limits to the public — except for an open house, which has not taken place in nearly 50 years, since 1974.…
 
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss the largest and arguably the most astonishing religious structure on Earth, built for Suryavarman II in the 12th Century in modern-day Cambodia. It is said to have more stone in it than the Great Pyramid of Giza, and much of the surface is intricately carved and remarkably well preserved. For the last 900 years Angko…
 
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