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Dr. Robert Forman, inspirational author of Enlightenment Ain't What It's Cracked Up To Be and a popular regular guest, has made a special request: He would like to talk more deeply with host Susan Larison Danz about her journey, focusing on transformative moments that have changed her life, including her experiences with both evangelical Christian and New Age paths.
Robert's approach to spirituality is based on 39+ years of exploring spiritual enlightenment - from his beginnings as a Transcendental Meditation teacher training in the presence of Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, the guru of the Beatles, to his 20 years experience as a Professor of Comparative Religions. Robert has a PhD from Columbia University focused on Mystical Experience and professorships at City University of New York and Vassar College.
Robert's highly acclaimed memoir was praised as "definitely chicken soup for the spiritual seeker's soul!" by Jack Canfield.
Robert's web site: EnlightenmentAint.com
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Join this special segment with Dorothy Patterson and Dr. Rhonda Kelley as they discuss Women's Evangelical Commentary. Their seminal work is a game changer for understanding and applying the Bible from a women's perspective. And men may change as well.
Defying myths and lies against the evangelical right.
From the Seneca Falls 2 Evangelical Women's Rights Convention, July, 24, 2010, Orlando, FL
Jocelyn Andersen challenges the listener to reconsider some of the old arguments traditionally used to keep men and women enslaved in illegitimate bondage based on sex.
Just as the Bible did not condone the sin of slavery based on skin color, it also does not condone a slavery-like caste system based on gender. Andersen takes a stand against a doctrine that threatens to annihilate the aut
Rev. Pukuta Mwanza is the Executive Director of the Evangelical Fellowship of Zambia (EFZ) a mother body of Christian denominations, local churches, Para church organizations, mission agencies and individuals. EFZ was established in April 1964 for the purpose of providing fellowship among the evangelical missionaries serving in Zambia. EFZ is a non-profit organization, which seeks to advance the Kingdom of God through advocating for social justice through networking at both national and intern
Special Re-telecast! Saturday 5/18/13 9am ET/8am CNTL/7am MTN/6am Pac Call in and Listen at 1-347-934-0379 to this re-telecast show! Dr. Bob Wright will discuss, What happened at the Nicene Council? Did Constantine truncate Arius and side with the Trinity? Was Arianism more popular and why? Did Arianism really lose the vote? Dr. Wright holds a Th.M. from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School and a Ph.D. from Denver University/Iliff School of Theology. He understudied the late great apologist Francis Schaeffer! With his wife, Julia Castle, he codirects the Aquila and Priscilla Study Center, a Bible and apologetics teaching ministry in East Tennessee
Welcome to TACD's Crossroads Radio! We are not your typical conservative Christian show. We discuss the intersection of religion and politics through a progressive Christian perspective. Join us every Thursday at 6 pm pacific / 9 pm eastern and you may just view religion and politics in an entirely new light.
Tonight's discussion will be about the "new evangelicals" and their place in American politics with special guest Steve Knight, co-founder of Sogo Media.
Is it possible to have a healthy faith? Cynthia Kunsman says yes. It’s from Cindy that we’ve coined the title, “Don’t commit mental suicide!”
A survivor of many years of spiritual abuse at the hands of the remnants of an aberrant Evangelical Christian group, Cindy points out that Romans 6:14 states, “You are not under law, but under grace.” Characteristics of what makes a cult, how brainwashing is achieved, and what constitutes spiritual abuse are just some of the topics she addresses at Under Much Grace – a webite also dedicated to healing from spiritual abuse.
Cindy is a nurse (RN, BSN), naturopath (ND) and seminary graduate (MMin). Most of her professional efforts concern the study of manipulative and coercive evangelical Christian groups, the recovery process from thought reform, and PTSD associated with such involvement.
Robert Robinson is very popular with ex-Scientologists for his work in supporting those who leave Scientology. He has recently launched World Cult Watch. Rob was heavily involved with Scientology from 1988 to 1995, where he served in various executive positions. His site offers insight about various cults’ teachings, delivers hard hitting stories about problems involving abusive, authoritarian cults, and aims to provide comfort for ex-cult members struggling with guilt, grief, anger and other emotions associated with spiritual abuse.
Visit GodDiscussion.net for more information about our guests and links to their websites.
Join Devin and Melissa Pellew each week at they discuss topics related to biblical theology, Christian apologetics and worldview issues. Join Devin and Melissa Pellew each week at they discuss topics related to biblical theology, Christian apologetics and worldview issues. This week during the first segment we will discuss the capital murder case of abortionist, Kermit Gosnell, currently going on in Philadelphia and the implications that this case has in the current debate over abortion. During the second segment, we will have Ted Wright, Professor at Southern Evangelical Bible College/Seminary and Executive Director of Cross Examined apologetics ministry, on the air with us to discuss the importance of apologetics. He will also discuss the Doctrine of Hell. Is Hell real? Why does it exist? Where is it? What is the nature of Hell? We will discuss these as well as a number of other questions so you don't want to miss this engaging and informative show!
I thought I'd recorded my last show earlier this Month. All that can be said about Black salvation has been said. Anything else that is said is done so for the sake of keeping some awake, or awakening those who are asleep or just entering adulthood ( which isn't always age oriented ). This assumption is only true, however, if one doesn't recycle information for celebrity oriented reasons. It is sad, but true that, like most politicians, most activists are not really sincere in wanting to see people live an abundant and blessed life. Big things are going down, and the people who live inside the " dummy tube ", for the most part, are not major players in these efforts. Those of us who are in the mix like things just the way they are. Let Rick Ross have the " b-words ", we want to build.