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Ramblings of a Transgender Christian show

Ramblings of a Transgender ChristianJoin Now to Follow

Hi! I'm Anna Hudak, a trans woman who is also a Christian! In this podcast I will discuss issues in the trans community, religion, how the two often intersect and anything else on my mind! This is the "Ramblings of a Transgender Christian" podcast.

By Anna Hudak

Chapter-A-Day With Miranda Lashay show

Chapter-A-Day With Miranda LashayJoin Now to Follow

Man shall not live by bread alone but by every word that comes from the mouth of God. God's word is our strength and we need to be nourished with it daily. Join me as I read through the Bible, chapter by chapter, feeding on God's Word. Read by Miranda L. Turner. **These are NOT professional recordings. Just a little help following along with God's Word. God bless.

By Miranda Lashay

Shrimad Bhagwat Katha Day 5 Part 2 show

Shrimad Bhagwat Katha Day 5 Part 2Join Now to Follow

The Bhagavata Purana is a revered text in Vaishnavism, a Hindu tradition that reveres Vishnu. The text presents a form of religion (dharma) that competes with that of the Vedas, wherein bhakti ultimately leads to self-knowledge, salvation (moksha), and bliss. However, the Bhagavata Purana asserts that the inner nature and outer form of Krishna are identical to the Vedas and that this is what rescues the world from the forces of evil. An oft-quoted verse (1.3.40) is used by some Krishna sects to assert that the text itself is Krishna in literary form.

By Hubhopper

Shrimad Bhagwat Katha | Day 5 | Part 3 show

Shrimad Bhagwat Katha | Day 5 | Part 3Join Now to Follow

The Bhagavata Purana is a revered text in Vaishnavism, a Hindu tradition that reveres Vishnu. The text presents a form of religion (dharma) that competes with that of the Vedas, wherein bhakti ultimately leads to self-knowledge, salvation (moksha), and bliss. However, the Bhagavata Purana asserts that the inner nature and outer form of Krishna are identical to the Vedas and that this is what rescues the world from the forces of evil. An oft-quoted verse (1.3.40) is used by some Krishna sects to assert that the text itself is Krishna in literary form.

By Hubhopper

Shrimad Bhagwat Katha | Day 5 | Part 4 show

Shrimad Bhagwat Katha | Day 5 | Part 4Join Now to Follow

The Bhagavata Purana is a revered text in Vaishnavism, a Hindu tradition that reveres Vishnu. The text presents a form of religion (dharma) that competes with that of the Vedas, wherein bhakti ultimately leads to self-knowledge, salvation (moksha), and bliss. However, the Bhagavata Purana asserts that the inner nature and outer form of Krishna are identical to the Vedas and that this is what rescues the world from the forces of evil. An oft-quoted verse (1.3.40) is used by some Krishna sects to assert that the text itself is Krishna in literary form.

By Hubhopper

Shrimad Bhagwat Katha | Day 5 | Part 5 show

Shrimad Bhagwat Katha | Day 5 | Part 5Join Now to Follow

The Bhagavata Purana is a revered text in Vaishnavism, a Hindu tradition that reveres Vishnu. The text presents a form of religion (dharma) that competes with that of the Vedas, wherein bhakti ultimately leads to self-knowledge, salvation (moksha), and bliss. However, the Bhagavata Purana asserts that the inner nature and outer form of Krishna are identical to the Vedas and that this is what rescues the world from the forces of evil. An oft-quoted verse (1.3.40) is used by some Krishna sects to assert that the text itself is Krishna in literary form.

By Hubhopper

Shrimad Bhagwat Katha | Day 5 | Part 6 show

Shrimad Bhagwat Katha | Day 5 | Part 6Join Now to Follow

The Bhagavata Purana is a revered text in Vaishnavism, a Hindu tradition that reveres Vishnu. The text presents a form of religion (dharma) that competes with that of the Vedas, wherein bhakti ultimately leads to self-knowledge, salvation (moksha), and bliss. However, the Bhagavata Purana asserts that the inner nature and outer form of Krishna are identical to the Vedas and that this is what rescues the world from the forces of evil. An oft-quoted verse (1.3.40) is used by some Krishna sects to assert that the text itself is Krishna in literary form.

By Hubhopper

Shrimad Bhagwat Katha | Day 4 | Part 5 show

Shrimad Bhagwat Katha | Day 4 | Part 5Join Now to Follow

The Bhagavata Purana is a revered text in Vaishnavism, a Hindu tradition that reveres Vishnu. The text presents a form of religion (dharma) that competes with that of the Vedas, wherein bhakti ultimately leads to self-knowledge, salvation (moksha), and bliss. However, the Bhagavata Purana asserts that the inner nature and outer form of Krishna are identical to the Vedas and that this is what rescues the world from the forces of evil. An oft-quoted verse (1.3.40) is used by some Krishna sects to assert that the text itself is Krishna in literary form.

By Hubhopper

Shrimad Bhagwat Katha | Day 4 | Part 6 show

Shrimad Bhagwat Katha | Day 4 | Part 6Join Now to Follow

The Bhagavata Purana is a revered text in Vaishnavism, a Hindu tradition that reveres Vishnu. The text presents a form of religion (dharma) that competes with that of the Vedas, wherein bhakti ultimately leads to self-knowledge, salvation (moksha), and bliss. However, the Bhagavata Purana asserts that the inner nature and outer form of Krishna are identical to the Vedas and that this is what rescues the world from the forces of evil. An oft-quoted verse (1.3.40) is used by some Krishna sects to assert that the text itself is Krishna in literary form.

By Hubhopper

Shrimad Bhagwat Katha | Day 5 | Part 1 show

Shrimad Bhagwat Katha | Day 5 | Part 1Join Now to Follow

The Bhagavata Purana is a revered text in Vaishnavism, a Hindu tradition that reveres Vishnu. The text presents a form of religion (dharma) that competes with that of the Vedas, wherein bhakti ultimately leads to self-knowledge, salvation (moksha), and bliss. However, the Bhagavata Purana asserts that the inner nature and outer form of Krishna are identical to the Vedas and that this is what rescues the world from the forces of evil. An oft-quoted verse (1.3.40) is used by some Krishna sects to assert that the text itself is Krishna in literary form.

By Hubhopper