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One of the principles that guides my own writing is pluralism. The idea of building something large enough that it has its own natural diversity and not pinning everything on one character or idea that needs to connect with everyone.
I'll be exploring good examples of this as well as talk over the principles that serve as a foundation to this.
On this episode I will interview Joseph DeMott. Joseph serves as Project Manager of the Inclusive America Project at the Aspen Institute, an educational and policy studies organization based in Washington, DC. A Michigan native, Joe received his BA in Philosophy and Theology magna cum laude from the University of Notre Dame, where he earned the Joseph A. Cavanaugh Award for “evidencing high qualities of personal character and academic achievement in theological studies.” A student of Hebrew and Arabic, Joe received his MA in Comparative Religious Studies magna cum laude from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and completed language courses at the American University in Cairo. He has been deeply involved with the Inclusive America Project since its inception in October 2012.
The Inclusive America Project, run by the Justice and Society Program at the Aspen Institute, seeks to positively engage America’s growing religious diversity in order to build a more pluralistic, inclusive, and harmonious society. The project works through a 25-member Distinguished Panel, which is co-chaired by Hon. Madeleine K. Albright and Prof. David R. Gergen. This past June, the panel released Principled Pluralism, a white paper containing recommendations and best practice examples for advancing religious pluralism in five key sectors: youth development, higher education, media, religiously affiliated organizations, and government agencies.
Collectivism, Universalism, Pluralism - how are these and other worldviews being promoted in order to de-construct American society...and the Church? What arenas are targeted and how can you tell the authentic from the counterfeit? Who are the promoters and what are the 10 common 'false prophet' or 'wolves in sheep's clothing' characteristics? Part 1 in a three part series on De-Constructionism, Universalism and Mysticism.
Dj Phaze gives you his 1 Night In Miami Trance Mix played at Club Space on April 24, 2015. So sit back and enjoy the mix and updates and events coming out in the coming weeks. The EON Network has you covered for your Memorial Day Weekend.
Dj Phaze gives you a insight on Carnage's Newest Track- Toca, a glimpse at some local talent Big n Slim with a Remix they did, and Tiesto and MArtin Garrix team up for a new song, all this and of course the broadcast of Dj Phaze's 1 Night in Miami Mix all on the EON NEtwork's Phaze Trance Sessions.
Chris interviews Andrew Rappaport of Striving For Eternity Ministries about his new book, "What They Believe." Andrew shares why it is important why we need to understand what other religions believe and how it effects our ability to share the gospel with their adherents. Andrew's new book details what various religions believe about their God, Jesus, their own holy texts, sin and salvation. Knowing these details will help you as you share the gospel on the streets. Also, Rich and Chris will discuss counting the cost of being a follower of Christ. As a pluralistic culture races to accept various other world religions, it continues marginalize Christianity. Followers of Christ will find themselves continually in the crosshairs of a culture that hates and rejects Christ as Lord and Savior. Are Christians prepared for what is ahead? All this and Chris has a whale of a tale.
Source Nation! Join us tonight at 6 for 2 amazing segments.
6-Up first is The Ladies Lounge. Join Kathy B as she welcomes Enlightenment Coach, Lane Cobb. Tune in as Lane discusses her book, Heal Your Power, Heal Your Life and The Intuitive Body Coaching Method.
At 7 Join us as Kathy B welcomes special guest, Stephanie Ghoston into the studio to share information about an organization that she is involved with which was created by educators, Global Youth Leadership Institute is a non-profit organization that seeks to foster greater understanding of cultural and religious pluralism, collaborative leadership skills, and environmental care practices among students and educators. In short, we create learning environments that help our participants become fully engaged citizens of the world.
GYLI is giving youth opportunities to gain necessary skills to be a successful leader while they:
Explore the Atlantic coast , Great Lakes, Southwest U.S, or Costa Rica
Learn to sail and navigate a tall ship, hike a 10,000-ft mountain in New Mexico, or stay with a family of farmers in Costa Rica
Meet and collaborate with students from schools across the U.S. and Costa Rica
Explore the full meaning of cultural identity, religious pluralism, environmental sustainability and collaborative leadership and how to make these an active part of your life
Lead a project that you implement in your home community
At 8, be sure to stick around for, Whatz Da Buzz with Bigg Mommap. Listen in and get your fix of what's trending with your favorite celebrities. Bigg Mommap will also spill the tea of what's written on the bathroom walls. You definitely want to call in and be a part of the conversation at 619-924-0933. You've heard it here from your favorite radio station, Source Radio Network.
Rebroadcast of the long running radio program, "The Ave Maria Hour", a presentation of the Franciscan Friars of the Atonement. www.AtonementFriars.org
John Gonzales de Castrillo was born at Sahagun, Leon Spain. He was educated by the Benedictine monks of Fagondez monastery there and when twenty, received a canonry from the bishop of Burgos, though he already had several benefices. He was ordained in 1445; concerned about the evil of pluralism, he resigned all his benefices except that of St. Agatha in Burgos. He spent the next four years studying at the University of Salamanca and then began to preach. In the next decade he achieved a great reputation as a preacher and spiritual director, but after recovering after a serious operation, became an Augustinian friar in 1463 and was professed the following year. He served as master of novices, definitor, prior at Salamanca, experienced visions, was famous for his miracles, and had the gift of reading men's souls. He denounced evil in high places and several attempts were made on his life. He died at Sahagun on June 11, reportedly poisoned by the mistress of a man he had convinced to leave her. He was canonized in 1690 as St. John of Sahagun.
Is the reason why he is cheating simply a biological normalcy? Is it right for humans to be in a monogamous relationship? Do we already unnofficially participate in plural relationships? Are you married with a husband who has a mistress and a girlfriend that you pretend not to know exist?
Less and less people are marrying these days and having families. We used to marry for socioeconomic status and for the need of children to help with the farm but now in our technical age we are marrying more for love. However, is that really working? But then if monogamy is not what's natural for humans then why do we have territorial tendancies such as jealousy?
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The World of Ideas Show. After the review of the week's dangerous and great ideas, host Kasaun Henry asks the world: “Should human rights trump religion and nationalism?” In other words, if the nations and citizens on planet Earth commit to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights would religious violence, national and international conflicts diminish?
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Do you have any interest in Pluralism and building a cohesive America? Did you know in order for Pluralism to be successful in achieving the common good, all groups have to agree to a minimal consensus regarding both shared values, which tie the different groups to society, and shared rules. . .Please join me and my guest Mike Ghouse and learn more about Pluralism and how we can all can coexist together regardless of our race, relgion or point view.
Mike Ghouse is committed to building a cohesive America and offers pluralistic solutions on issues of the day to the media and the public.
He is a speaker, thinker and a writer on the topics of pluralism, cohesive societies, Politics, Islam, interfaith, India and Peace. You can learn more about Mike by visiting his web-sites at: http://www.MikeGhouse.net http://www.Foundationforpluralism.com
At the top of tonight's show Prof. Barbara McGraw, Director for the Center for Engaged Religious Pluralism, discusses The American Founders & the Role of Religious Pluralism in American Public Life, along with her book, Taking Religious Pluralism Seriously.
In the second half of the show, we have returning to the show a favorite guest, Patrick McCollum, discussing religious tolerance and the lack there of in the public arena. Patrick will update us on his work in the field on this important subject.
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