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Journey of the Universe: 10 Years Later Podcast

Episode 3 ~ Tiokasin Ghosthorse

An award-winning musician and activist on behalf of Indigenous peoples, Tiokasin is the Founder, Host, and Executive Producer of “First Voices Radio.”

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G.O.D.

We live in a world characterised as ‘fragmented’. It isn’t fragmented. It’s diverse. If we ecologically pattern our thinking, we reframe it, and that applies to science and scientific thinking too.

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#Moonshine Jesus Show – April 18, 2022

Join Mark and Caleb as they enjoy a themed drink (or two) and bring their progressive Christian perspectives in considering Netflix’s hit, time-travel movie, “The Adam Project.” They’ll not only be talking about the themes of the show but also considering the theological and political impacts it may have.

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The Cosmos And Our Connection To It

We are all part of this wonderful Cosmos, always have been and always will be.   This unknowable life-force-energy mystery, which I am comfortable calling ‘God’, has been, is, and always will be the active creative force in this changing, expanding and evolving wonderful Cosmos.  And in ME!!!

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#Moonshine Jesus Show – March 14, 2022

Pour yourself a drink and join us for good times as we talk about pop culture, theology, and politics from progressive Christian perspective.

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A Faith of Their Own

In A Faith of Their Own, longtime youth worker Nathan Wheeler looks at an as-yet-unexplored possibility: theology. Wheeler examines what theology we commonly teach in our youth ministries, often by default more than intention, and how that theology can be inadvertently detrimental to the church participation of younger generations.

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Religions and Ecology: Restoring the Earth Community

Religions and Ecology: Restoring the Earth Community
Designed for a general audience, these six courses orient learners to the relevance of religious traditions in response to contemporary ecological and climate challenges.

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Rewilding and mainline churches

Q&A with Rev. Matthew Syrdahl

How can mainstream churches be more inclusive of  Rewilding?

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#Moonshine Jesus Show – February 28, 2022

On this episode Mark and Caleb journey into the MCU with a look at “Spider-Man: No Way Home.” Tune in for their progressive Christian insights about the movie.

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The Collapse of American Society?

Who ever thought we would say this, but it seems to be the case that society could be collapsing before our very eyes. The common bond that forges a basis for unity is disintegrating, indicated and exemplified by the litany of headlines that continue to bombard us.

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“Earth Aura with Miracle and louder”

Listen to the Eco-Hymn “Earth Aura with Miracle and louder” set to the tune of “Breathe on me, breath of God”

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Our Eternal Roots

While it may look like there are individual trees in the above picture, quaking aspens grow in colonies of tens of thousands of trees, or stems, which are all connected by a single root system.

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Re-seeing and re-valuing the Christian Cross

The Christian cross, taken as a modern working symbol, can also find a new role, a complementary one to its original deep association with the crucifixion. One that speaks a common language in cross-religious or interfaith contexts.

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Be Fearless. Inspired. Unstoppable. For Change.

You can now access the teachings and vision from the unprecedented weekend retreat with Andrew Harvey and over twenty visionaries who are changing the world:

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Collapse in a Nutshell: Understanding Our Predicament

This is part one of a two-part primer on the nature, inevitability, and speed of biospheric and civilizational collapse.

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Church of the Wild: How Nature Invites us into the Sacred

With an ecospiritual lens on biblical narratives and a fresh look at a community larger than our own species, Church of the Wild uncovers the wild roots of faith and helps us deepen our commitment to a suffering earth by falling in love with it–and calling it church.

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The nexus between God and evolution

Is there purpose driving evolution?” In other words, it would seem that a theology of God and evolution demands human responsibility to see that plan through to fruition.

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Can Religion Save Humanity?

With all the news today of doom and gloom for our world, do you think religion can save humanity?

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