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Duann Kier is a spiritual intuitive or a psychic whose life path has carried her from Christian fundamentalism to the belief that spiritual revelations are ongoing and can be received by all. Trusting that the teacher will come when the student is ready, Duann actively engages individuals in the process of finding and following their own spiritual path. She is known for her high energy and sense of humor, and has over 25 years experience in training and development. While serving as Organizational Development Specialist at Coastal Carolina Community College in Jacksonville, North Carolina, Duann was Educator of the Year. She created the Personal and Professional Development Center in North Carolina as well as the Career Consultation Center at Middle Tennessee State University in Murfreesboro. She also served as Program Director for the YWCA of Middle Tennessee in Nashville where she won multiple state and national awards.
Duann obtained the Master of Religious Education degree from New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary and is an ordained minister. She has worked for a Southern Baptist college, church and newspaper as well as for the Southern Baptist Convention. Fondly known as a skeptical psychic because she continuously examines her intuitive gift and knows it does not make her infallible, Duann offers private and confidential spiritual or psychic readings known as Seer Sessions. She also performs weddings and other sacraments.
JT Eberhard and Jeremiah Beene will be joining us to discuss Islam and its issues with fundamentalism. We'll talk about Reza Aslan's recent CNN interview, Ben Affleck vs. Sam Harris, and why Bill Maher might not be as wrong as some people think.
Logicast is a weekly call-in radio show that tackles topics like religion, science, philosophy, history, and politics. We go live Thursdays at 8:00 PM Central Standard Time.
Wednesdays are Great Rite Radio Night on PTRN as Jason Mankey moves to Wednesdays and swaps the 7pm slot with Dr Susan and Michael. It's Horns and Humpday here on Wednesday. Jason Mankey's "Raise the Horns Radio" and Dr Susan and Michael Greywolf discuss sex and relationships on "All Acts of Love and Pleasure" at 7pm Central on Wednesdays
Followed each week at 8pm Central by Pop Culture Pagan Trends, Music, Books, etc. "The Pagan Variety Show" with Pamela Kelly.Join Pamela and guests as we talk about music, books, festivals, conventions, tattoos, mead...
7pm Central Jason Mankey welcomes Annika Mongan as she tells stories of life on the road and all of the adventures that led to her transition from fundamentalist Christian minister to Witch
8pm Central Pamela Kelly invites Ginger Ackley, Lark of the Clans, as we give you a sneak listen to her new album, The Elf King's Horn. You can help fund this project.
Humpday just got more interesting on Pagans Tonight!
This is the NEWEST show by The Way Walkers!!!!! We will be discussing current events and how they relate to the word of God. This show will focus on Prophecy, the Last days, and the Word of God. Your Hosts Daniel and Craig and random appearances from other Way Walkers will bring to you the latest spiritual undercurrent. YOU DO NOT WANNA MISS THIS SHOW!! Call us live to listen or ask the hosts a question @ (917) 889-3226. Don't be shy and NO QUESTION IS TABOO!!! Even if you just want to comment or complain...let us know and you will be brought on live!!!
Why is Religious Fanaticism Growing?
Why do people kill in the name of God? Paula Fouce knows firsthand how religion can be misused after being trapped in a religious riot and nearly losing her life.
Afterward, she began a quest to find solutions to this crisis of intolerance and fanatacism. She met Mother Teresa, the Dalai Lama and many inspiring religious
leaders who all say the cycle of hatred can be broken. “Not in God’s Name” is her book, and film. It follows the Dalai Lama’s advice and puts his ideas into action as it tackles fundamentalism and religious intolerance. Paula Fouce has worked in South Asia for many years, including Pakistan and Afghanistan. She’s produced five films on religion and tolerance that have aired on PBS.
Her latest project is “No Asylum: The Family of Anne Frank”, which includes newly discovered information about the Franks trying to emigrate to safety during the Holocaust.
Our guest today, Dr. Daniel Nalliah, is recognized for leadership in warning his home country of Australia about imminent threat of "salad bowl" multiculturalism, permitting each societal component to maintain its own language and culture, duel citizenship, and thus divided loyalties. Credited with passage of the "Freedom from Religious Persecution Act," Dr. Nalliah founded the Rise Up Australia party to inspire fellow Australians to push back against encroaching Islamic take-over under the bogus banner of multiculturalism. His is a message that Americans, too, must heed. No more a proverbial "melting pot," America is fast establishing her metaphoric identity with the "salad bowl" by morphing into a bi- or multi- lingual and bicultural country. Learn how fundamental Islam plays the multiculturalism card to advance its own nefarious end of a one-world Caliphate under Sharia law.
TED: Karima Bennoune: When people of Muslim heritage challenge fundamentalism - Karima Bennoune (201
Karima Bennoune shares four powerful stories of real people fighting against fundamentalism in their own communities — refusing to allow the faith they love to become a tool for crime, attacks and murder. These personal stories humanize one of the most overlooked human-rights struggles in the world.
On this edition of Bible News Radio we're going to examine a recent episode of Larry King Now called American Christianity Today. Larry King hosted Reza Aslan, a Muslim married to a Christian; Jay Bakker, the son of Jim and Tammy and Kate Logan and independent filmmaker and self described agnostic and former fundamentalist.
Today's episode is sponsored in part by The Chronopticus Chronicles.
In the wake of the tragedy in Paris, a conversation about religious moderates has come up more than once. Are the religious moderates helping by denouncing such horrific crimes, or are they harming everyone by giving fundamentalists a shield behind which they can hide?
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Today we have a special show examining the issue of Christian Fundamentalism and its Christian Supremacist tendencies. Using the two terrorist attacks in Norway over last weekend as a backdrop - attacks to which a Christian Fundamentalist Supremacist has confessed, while calling for a civil war in Europe to end multiculturalsm and defeat Islam - we will look at precisely why alleged "pastors" like John Hagee and politicians like Rick Perry of Texas are a danger not just to America, but to the world. We'll also discuss how it is not possible to be authentically religious or .spiritual while at the same time seeking to destroy anything or anybody.
Rev., Dr. Om Prakash Gilmore
Based on the Purposes and the Principles of Unitarian Universalism and Transcendetalistm, Wisdom Traditons, Eastern and Western Philosophies, and Hinduism, Buddhism, and the Yogic Tradtions we explore life, growth, spirituality in The Circle. Welcome to The Circle where you can find rest for your Soul. This week we will discuss the nature toward fundamentalism and how the human being tends, even after breaking free, to quickly cling to another belief system over and over again. Science, Philosophy, Religion...all of these things used to set humanity free, often become idols once again limiting the understanding of humankind so they never become free. Why is this? We will find the answer together Sunday morning 10AM.
Last week, terrorists shot up the offices of a satirical French magazine that has run pieces perceived as being critical of Islam and Mohammad. Conservative Christians have of late returned to their book burning tactics of old, and are themselves far from innocent in the "killing people we can't get to comply" category. Buddhist monks in Myanmar have become violent and attacked Muslims, despite belonging to a tradition that expressly prohibits violence. It's to the point where you almost couldn't blame somebody for thinking that religion does more to increase violence than to work for peace. The problem is that the only way to hold such a belief is to work very hard to ignore the teachings of the founders of the great religious traditions and instead focus only on a subgroup of practitioners of those traditions.
The problem is that fundamentalists of all stripes care very little about the historic teachings of their tradition and prefer instead to focus on the teachings of modern day leaders who distort the original teachings of their tradition beyond recognition. Why and how that happens - and how such practices feed into the same kind of nonsense on the Atheist side - are the focus of today's program.
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