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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 ...
 
This podcast is all about empowering ourselves to achieve Happiness and Success in every aspect of our life! We discover wisdom that is found in thousands of years of knowledge and research from different cultures and religions about this topic. From ancient stories, to spiritual leaders, to the latest studies in business and psychology, we bring together great sources to help us learn and grow! And in each episode we reveal true inspiring stories of the most incredible people who have walke ...
 
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David Beckmann reviews what we've learned from the Poverty, God & Politics series, talks about the students in his UC Berkeley class, and thanks the people—about 3,000 a week—who have watched webcasts and read the companion blog posts. He stresses the importance of advocacy with Congress this year and active participation in next year's elections. …
 
Eugene Cho, president of Bread for the World, explains how this nationwide Christian citizens' movement repeatedly wins large-scale change for people struggling with hunger in this country and around the world. He concludes with Bread's current campaign to strengthen U.S. support for progress against child malnutrition worldwide. Eugene is introduc…
 
John Carr provides a witty and incisive assessment of the liabilities and strengths of the Catholic community and its role in the politics of poverty. Its strengths include the leadership of Pope Francis and the rich tradition of Catholic social teaching. Carr is director of the Initiative on Catholic Social Teaching and Public Life at Georgetown U…
 
Tom Hart, acting CEO and North American Executive Director of the ONE Campaign, explains how a strong advocacy community, including people of faith and faith-based organizations, have helped to reduce poverty, hunger, and disease around the world over the last generation. David Beckmann and Tom Hart open and close with lively discussions of two adv…
 
Many faith bodies and faith-related groups organize legislative advocacy. Amy Reumann, director of Witness and Society for the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA), explains how the ELCA's legislative advocacy is rooted in faith and theology, collective study of policy concerns, and ELCA ministries at the local, national, and international…
 
Anna Eng, a senior organizer for the Industrial Areas Foundation (IAF), explains from experience how faith-based community organizing works. David Beckmann argues that the faith-based community organizing movement has contributed to increasing political participation among low-income Americans. He also talks about the Poor People's Campaign and the…
 
Galen Carey, Vice President for Government Relations for the National Association of Evangelicals, explains the Evangelical movement, its ministries to people in poverty, and its relationship to politics. Then David Beckmann probes how it's possible that most White Christians, including a large majority of White Evangelicals, voted repeatedly for D…
 
Eric Sapp, a pioneer in the use of digital communications for good purposes, explains uses of digital technology to repair the divide between the Democratic Party and many faith-based voters, to communicate with vaccine-hesitant people, and to counter Russian digital propaganda. He stresses the importance of really listening to people. Series: "UC …
 
Henry Brady, Dean of Berkeley’s Goldman School of Public Policy, draws a data-based picture of how religious attendance affects politics. Churchgoers tend to be more charitable and engaged in civic organizations than other Americans. But they tend to prefer elections and negotiations to conflict and protests -- even though conflict is important in …
 
Rev. Gabriel Salguero, Founder and President of the National Latino Evangelical Coalition (NALEC), explains the religious and political diversity among Latinos. Although Latinos are an important source of support for immigration reform, it is not a top priority political issue for most Latinos. Salguero explains how NALEC has amplified the voice of…
 
Dr. Barbara Williams-Skinner and U.S. Representative Barbara Lee speak from the heart about how the Black Church has helped to build African American electoral power. It’s a powerful story with practical lessons for present times. Dr. Williams-Skinner is head of the Skinner Institute and Co-convener of the African American Clergy Network. Rep. Lee …
 
Hear remarks by Joshua Dickson to Berkeley's graduate seminar "Poverty and Communities of Faith in the Politics of 2021," taught by David Beckmann. Josh was the National Faith Engagement Director of the Biden-Harris campaign and is now Deputy Director of the White House Office of Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships. Josh discusses the importa…
 
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" [Human…
 
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" [Human…
 
David Beckmann explains the purpose of his “Poverty, God, Politics” series—to highlight spiritual and political strategies that can move us from the current crisis in a way that puts us on track to end hunger and poverty. They are drawn from a joint seminar on poverty, communities of faith, and politics cosponsored by UC Berkeley Goldman School of …
 
In this Episode Steve explores different aspects of Jesus' resurrection. Was Jesus' body physically resuscitated, bodily transformed, or spiritually resurrected? Give a listen and expand your ideas about what happened 2,000 years ago.על ידי cowboyjesus
 
In this episode Steve draws upon his personal experience, as well as 38 years helping guide people through the process of faith deconstruction. Steve offers different insights and ideas you can use when you're looking for ways to reconstruct your faith into something new.על ידי cowboyjesus
 
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…
 
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 …
 
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…
 
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 …
 
Steve's back with a new podcast name, Cowboy Jesus! In this episode Steve revisits a topic he covered a couple years ago, "Did Jesus die for my sins?" A lot of people have asked this question as of late, so Steve decided to take another stab at answering.על ידי stevepoosbenson
 
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 …
 
Barry Scott Wimpfheimer specializes in the Talmud and other Rabbinic Literature. His work focuses on the Babylonian Talmud as a work of law and literature. Part scripture and part commentary, it is written in a hybrid of Hebrew and Aramaic and is an unlikely bestseller. The Talmud has remained in print for centuries and is more popular today than e…
 
Do you believe God works in strange and mysterious ways? If so then Steve has a story for you. In this episode Steve continues the story of the theft of his identity. What started as a lesson about forgiveness takes a drastic turn when Steve's identity is used to commit a crime, and a warrant goes out for his arrest!…
 
As Steve reflects on the racial issues that have swept across the country, he finds a connection to school shootings. Steve has given most of his career to ending school shootings. He sees a great number of similarities between the two issues. Steve believes there are solutions to both if we're willing to look in the mirror and respond to the face …
 
In this episode Steve tells the story of his recent accident stacking hay and lessons he has learned. When accidents come our way we need to take stock of who we are, what we've learned about ourselves, and the world around us. We need to allow accidents to become life tests that bring courage and endurance as well as compassion and blessing.…
 
Steve continues the conversation about Ambition. He talks about ambition as it relates to meaning in life. When we fulfill our ambitions we find meaning. Ambition is a sacred expression of why God sent us into the planet. Additionally Steve explores the New Testament's view of ambition as well as ambition during COVID-19. Thanks for listening!…
 
Steve takes another week to talk about ambition in an interview with his daughter Kelsey. They talk about her ambition that led her on a trek through Nepal and to work in a COVID unit at St. Anthony's hospital. (Ok, I'm proud of her, but she fuels my own sense of ambition.)על ידי stevepoosbenson
 
Robert Alter discusses his new, complete translation of and commentary on the Hebrew Bible. For the UC Berkeley Professor of Hebrew and Comparative Literature, it represents nearly two and a half decades of work. Series: "Taubman Symposia in Jewish Studies" [Humanities] [Show ID: 35794]על ידי UCTV: UC Santa Barbara
 
Steve shares his insights about the arc of our life and what do we do when the arc of our life has been interrupted. The COVID-19 virus has interrupted the arc of our life. How do we respond when the unforeseen comes barreling into our lives.על ידי stevepoosbenson
 
Steve explores how the Coronavirus is challenging our need to be together. We're wired to be together in community. The virus is pushing us apart. Steve believes we need to find ways to connect and not to take community for granted. Join us and share your thoughts.על ידי stevepoosbenson
 
Around the world, individuals and families are fleeing their countries of origin because of war, violence, natural disasters, and climate change. As their numbers swell, host countries face calls to exclude them. Two prominent local religious leaders of especially targeted and vulnerable populations Bishop Robert McElroy of the Roman Catholic Dioce…
 
A discussion of constructive and effective ways to bring youth, community leaders, and organizations together to overcome divisiveness and polarization and build a stronger, more tolerant, and inclusive society. Series: "Global Empowerment Summit" [Public Affairs] [Humanities] [Show ID: 35331]על ידי UCTV: University of California
 
Steve interviews Dr. Mark Foster. Mark was born and raised in the Mormon church. He spent several of his adult years raising his family in the faith. Mark comes to a crises where he puts everything at risk and takes a spiritual leap of faith. His story is one of spiritual liberation. Thanks for listening!…
 
Surviving Spiritual Abuse Part 3, Steve continues his series on Spiritual Abuse, interviewing Kathy Brown. Kathy grew up in a fundamentalist evangelical family. She shares the story of her life from early childhood through college years. She shares how it took many years of her adult life to recover from her upbringing. It's a compelling story that…
 
Surviving Spiritual Abuse Part 2, Steve continues his series on spiritual abuse by interviewing Susie Burke. Susie is a long time member of Columbine United Church. What most people don't know about Susie is that she was raised in a Satanic cult. Susie shares different stories of what it was like to live in this cult. But more, she reflects as an a…
 
Have you ever been spiritually abused? Has a religious leader, organization, church, synagogue or mosque manipulated your emotions? Has your soul ever been batted about? If so then tune into this episode. Steve begins the conversation by defining spiritual abuse and what it looks like in a congregation. He shares what a healthy faith community look…
 
Steve invites his colleagues Rev. Jill Bouton VanderWal and Rev. Jane Ritterson to join in a conversation about the resurrection of Jesus. They have a lot of fun and cover everything from the Shroud of Turin, to Jesus bodily raising, to Jesus blasting off in the Ascension. It's a lot of fun. Hang in there until the end. Jane rips a funny out take.…
 
This week is the twentieth anniversary of the shootings at Columbine High School. While we prepare for holy week, we also prepare for the day that twenty years ago was a watershed in the nation, as well as in Steve's life. Steve shares his thoughts, feelings and recollections about being a first responder that day and the most profound message he c…
 
Steve shares that he's not enlightened like Walter from Craigslist. Steve struggles to follow the teachings of Jesus. Sometimes we all need a "come down" and here is Steve's story. Enjoy the Podcast. Catch his blog Cowboy Jesus. Let Steve know about topics you'd like him to cover.על ידי cowboyjesus
 
The former editor of Poetry Magazine, Christian Wiman is both a poet and an essayist who teaches Literature and Religion at Yale Divinity School. In an interview he discussed what he hopes readers might take from his work: I have no illusions about adding to sophisticated theological thinking. But I think there are a ton of people out there who are…
 
A few weeks ago Steve was asked to do a podcast on how to read the Bible and how to discern what the historical teachings of Jesus are. Short of giving a thirty minute lecture, this is Steve's attempt to share how he reads the Bible. Steve shares that the Bible is not holy, but it's a medium that points to what is holy: your relationship with Jesus…
 
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