Religion And Spirituality Podcasts
Faith Transitions' mission is to create a safe space for people to wrestle with faith and doubt by sharing their faith journey and achieve solidarity and strength in a community of support. This podcast provides short (1 - 1 ½ hr.) autobiographical interview accounts of personal faith journeys.
By Faith Transitions
From the far beyond to the close to home, Jim Malliard, the host of “The Malliard Report,” entertains his audience with insightful interviews with a variety of interesting guests from all walks of life, including celebrities like Loyd Auerbach or New York Times Best Selling Author Jim Defelice. Jim explores the back story, the hidden story, the things others hosts’s are afraid to touch. From the secrets of the paranormal to Paula Dean to the Government Spying on us, no topic is too taboo for Jim to ignore. The Malliard Report brings it all to you. Full bore. Jim says Bring it on, bring it on, nothin’ we can’t handle.
By The Malliard Report
A weekly conversation exploring the convergence of science and spirituality for the spiritual but not religious by philosopher Jay N. Forrest. Discover a nonreligious spiritual life based on science. Hosted by Jay N. Forrest, a philosopher exploring the mysteries of life and the universe in the light of science. Jay was an ordained minister for over two decades before leaving Christianity. Jay did his undergraduate work at Central Bible College and Berean University. He holds a Doctorate of Ministry from Trinity Evangelical Christian University and is a Certified Meditation Teacher with Aura Wellness Center. He is a member of the International Society for Philosophers, the Western Positive Psychology Association, The Philosophy Foundation, the World Pantheist Movement, the American Humanist Association, the Council for Secular Humanism, and the International Association of Internet Broadcasters.
By Jay N. Forrest
Snarky Faith is a space where we irreverently wrestle through, life, culture and spirituality. It’s a lighthearted skewering of religion in culture today. Take that all that mix it in with a little music and you’ve got Snarky Faith. The questions or even answers are never the point – it’s all about the conversation. Snarky Faith is on WCOM LP 103.5 Chapel Hill/Carrboro, NC Tuesdays 5-6pm EST www.snarkyfaith.com
By Stuart Delony
“We are pilgrims in a strange land, we are so far from our homeland. With each passing day it seems so clear, this world will never want us here.” (Petra) As American Christians, we have gotten very comfortable with the idea of living in a land which embraces the God of the Bible. In the 21st century, however, the tide has seemingly turned away from these biblical roots. While we have been building our campuses and setting down roots, the American church has forgotten we are strangers and aliens in this world. Perhaps it's time to remember our unity is not bound up in places but in our love for God and each other. Perhaps it's time pull up stakes, to wander far and wide, and share the message of hope found in Jesus Christ alone.
By Vagabond Christian
Creemos en un avivamiento que viene con una nueva generación, que se levantará para cambiar nuestra ciudad logrando lo más importante, llevando la palabra de Dios a las personas que no lo conocen, presentando a Jesús como el único camino, verdad y vida. Nuestras reuniones semanales tienen como objetivo principal, la presencia manifiesta de Dios. Anhelamos al Espíritu Santo, para tiempos unicos en donde nuestros jóvenes cada semana salgan retados a vivír una vida de santidad y de intimidad con Jesús.
By CCI Tegucigalpa