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Jack Benny Show - OTR Podcast!
Episode 1: Orson Welles Podcast 1945-09-16 Orson Welles Commentaries (01) First episode - A New Movie, Korea, and Bull Fight (2022)

Jack Benny Show - OTR Podcast!

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2022 51:03


This year we are re-instating Orson Welles' Wednesday!  Our intrepid team will be bringing you commentary each week on Orson's Commentaries that we will be bringing you on Welles' Wednesdays. Here is the first one as we try and catch up to be in synch with the time of year! Enjoy.

Binge Media
31 Horror Movie Commentaries – Hereditary

Binge Media

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2022 133:56


Let's kick this 31 Horror Movie Commentaries thing off right with one of the best Horror films of the past 20 years. Law and Pete spook each other while day drinking and admiring all the pretty faces in this film. Head over to Patreon.com/BingeMedia to sign up for the Full Binge and to make sure you don't miss out on the rest of the 31 Horror Movie Commentaries! Subscribers to The Full Binge also receive access to all exclusive content including commentaries and tournaments, access to the Binge Media Discord server, a Lawlapalooza shot and/or pint glass and, most importantly, all the burps. Listen to The BingeCast's initial review of Hereditary.

BS Commentaries
BS Commentaries-Red vs Blue Season 4

BS Commentaries

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2022 107:28


WE ARE BACK! The gang is back! The guys are back! The boys are back! They're back in Blood Gulch after spending a whole season away from the canyon. More wackiness and more goofiness

BS Commentaries
BS Commentaries-Monsters, Inc.

BS Commentaries

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2022 92:39


Inika and Mike are back! This time they are doing one of the most timeless classic Pixar movies ever, Monsters, Inc.!

Take Three: A Movie Podcast
Take Three Commentaries: Twilight with We Explain Movies

Take Three: A Movie Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 139:55


Kayleen, Kimmy, Courtnee, and Nick finally get Jordan to watch the modern classic, Twilight.

Overlapping Dialogue
Dog Eat Dog

Overlapping Dialogue

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 198:53


All great things must come to an end, so what better way to conclude our ten episode misadventure through crime cinema than with Dog Eat Dog, 2016's gloriously indulgent psycho romp from master of the form Paul Schrader? First though, this episode's Blue Plate Special raises its glass to salute the life and career of French trailblazer Jean-Luc Godard- we attempt to put into words his incalculable contribution to the entirety of cinema - before we briefly recommend the new horror film Barbarian. But have no fear, we eventually dive head first into Nicolas Cage and Willem Dafoe's disasterpiece: listen as we discuss how Dog Eat Dog improbably charted a career comeback for its director, how exactly this stylish potboiler taps into Schrader's reliable thematic goodie bag of tricks and treats, and generally puzzle with fascination over how the heck Christopher Matthew Cook and his brisk but memorable character, Diesel, fits into the proceedings. This episode of Overlapping Dialogue represents a sort of end of an era for the podcast...be sure to stay tuned for the very end to hear us unveil a new format and focus moving forward that has us very excited for what our future holds! Feel free to skip to 1:35:37 for the beginning of our audio commentary. As always, please like, subscribe, rate, and review us on all of our channels, which include Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and YouTube! Contact us at huffmanbrothersproductions@gmail.com with your questions, comments, and requests. https://www.newyorker.com/culture/postscript/jean-luc-godard-was-cinemas-north-star

Sanctus Forum
Conspiracy Commentaries: §45 The Political and Social Meaning of Love

Sanctus Forum

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 9:55


Does it make any sense to follow Jesus but without the classical understandings of a transcendent God and prayer? Some think it does or at least have resigned themselves to the idea. What they believe we should hold on to is Jesus's notion of love. But what is love, if you've given up the metaphysics of Jesus's spirituality? Dallas Willard thinks this "love" can't rise above support for the reigning ideology. BE INFORMED and PRAY for us better by signing up for the Sanctus newsletter: https://sanctus.institute

The Clive Barker Podcast
367 : Classic Commentaries – Hellraiser III Hell On Earth

The Clive Barker Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 96:27


We have re-run this old classic commentary from 10/17/2016. Now we can celebrate Hellraiser with this classic commentary, giving it a property number sequence. Thank you for joining us again! for another Audio Commentary, sponsored by our listeners who contributed to the campaign, “Clive Barker Podcast Presents Fundraiser III: Hell On Earth” so we'vecome to the movie that inspired the fundraiser.  Please join Ryan, Rob and Jose in watching this movie, and let us know what you think.  Was this was the beginning of the end for the Hellraiser franchise?  Has time been more kind to this Rock and Roll sequel? The Clive Barker Podcast (or @Barkercast) is an independent  editorial fan site and podcast that is not affiliated with or under contract by Clive Barker or Seraphim Films.  This is a labor of love by the fans, for the fans. web www.clivebarkercast.com iTunes (Leave a review!), Stitcher,Libsyn, Tunein, Pocket Casts, Google Play, DoubleTwist and YouTube.  Facebook and Join the Occupy Midian group Twitter: @BarkerCast | @OccupyMidian

El Maestro Speaks
El Maestro Speaks #81 Commentaries

El Maestro Speaks

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2022 43:47


El maestro's comments on the SIPAT, the teacher hurting a student caught on camera, and the Jackfloyd Sawyer and Mia Magdalena case. #igorotPodcast #kankanaeyPodcast #podcast #elmaestrspeaks #torogitalks Don't forget to check the Sponsors of this Podcast by clicking the Link below.. This podcast is sponsored by Check them out by clicking the link: 1.. Joemar P. Sacpa https://www.facebook.com/joemar.pasuli/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/el-maestro-speaks/message

Voice of Reason Radio
Contending for the Faith - An Examination of Jude

Voice of Reason Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2022 96:39


This week, Chris and Rich dive into the book of Jude and urge Christians to earnestly contend for the faith within the church. Show Links: Got Questions - What does it mean to contend for the faith? GTY - How to Contend for the Faith? Desiring God - Contend for the Faith MLJ - The Unchangeable Message Bible Hub - Jude 1:3 Commentaries

Slashers Prefer Blondes
Slashers Prefer...Commentaries: Cloverfield

Slashers Prefer Blondes

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 93:46


Oh my god! Kaiju are attacking Manhattan and we'd love to invite you to run around the city with us. Pop on this Matt Reeves classic found footage film!  Let us know if you're enjoying our commentary episodes over on our Instagram @slasherspreferblondespodcast. What commentaries would you like to see us do? Please help us grow by rating and reviewing on your podcatcher of choice. If you've already done so, thank you! You can also help by sharing our podcast with fellow horror-minded folks!

Cherry Bombs - The Underappreciated Movies Podcast
Batman and Robin (Commentary)

Cherry Bombs - The Underappreciated Movies Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 148:26


This episode we wrap up our Summer of Commentaries series with one of the most (unfairly) hated movies of all time,  BATMAN AND ROBIN! Drag performer/Youtube fragrance guru Alex Pearl joins us as we reconsider Joel Schumacher's universally despised comic book confection and find a lot to love.  A gloriously over the top 60's throwback, 1997's not-so Dark Knight adaptation finds new purpose as an antidote to today's gloomy, monochromatic takes on Bill Finger's super-detective. From it's color saturated photography to its enormous physical sets and unapologetically campy tone, BATMAN AND ROBIN makes a case for why our dreary modern movie landscape could use a day-glo injection of 90's excess. Who else but Cherry Bombs would celebrate the 25th anniversary of this neon-soaked, glow-tastic cinematic Bat-rave?Check out Alex Pearl at: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCS_1yFlQpxlw0JbNDloVxTQ

BS Commentaries
BS Commentaries-Red vs Blue Season 3

BS Commentaries

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 137:16


WE ARE BACK! 3rd straight week of Red vs Blue wackiness! This time we escape from Halo and jump to Halo 2!

Sanctus Forum
Conspiracy Commentaries §44 God and Jesus Immanent in Human Love

Sanctus Forum

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 9:38


Is love all you need? For some people, explains Dallas Willard, there is nothing more important about Jesus than that he "identifies with and loves oppressed people and those who are different." What these people say with all seriousness is "Get with the program! God is found in our attempts to accept all people, especially those who are having a hard time. Get rid of the oppressive and exclusive social structures and life on earth will be great." While there's much to applaud, it is hard to see why this is not an incredibly naive view of humanity and a reductionistic view of God. BE INFORMED and PRAY for us better by signing up for the Sanctus newsletter: https://sanctus.institute

The Clive Barker Podcast
365 : A-Z Commentaries - From Hell

The Clive Barker Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2022 133:25


In episode 365 of the Clive Barker Podcast, Jose and Ryan are joined by Catalina Querida to watch the 2001 film, From Hell, as we return to the letter “Y for Year Zero” in our A-Z Commentaries.  Commentary / Discussion: From Hell (2001, Albert and Allen Hughes) Written by Allen Moore, Eddie Campbell, Terry Hayes 2hours 2 Minutes Show Notes On HBO Max SNL Sketch, scared of his Skeleton 聖飢魔Ⅱ Jack The Ripper @CatalinaQuerida @Littlesparktweets Hellbound Hearts Barker And Briefs Coming Next More News & Interviews More Commentary Classics (Hellbound is Next) Jericho Squad 77 Visions of Heaven and Hell And this podcast, having no beginning will have no end.  web www.clivebarkercast.com iOS App| Android App, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Android, Stitcher, Spotify, Pandora, Libsyn, Tunein, iHeart Radio, Pocket Casts, Google Play, Radio.com, DoubleTwist and YouTube and Join the Occupy Midian group Discord Community Twitter: @BarkerCast | @OccupyMidian   Support the show, Buy a T-Shirt All Links and show notes in their Entirety can be found at http://www.clivebarkercast.com

BS Commentaries
BS Commentaries-Red vs Blue Season 2

BS Commentaries

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 104:13


You ever wonder why we do this? Because we enjoy shit talking and being dickheads. We are back with Red vs Blue, unfortunately we have reached the laziest season of the Blood Gulch Chronicles. Nothing to talk about, so we talked about cake and other stuff.

Cinema Beef
Two Drink Minimum Commentaries : Graveyard Disturbance

Cinema Beef

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 104:19


It’s Kyle’s pick this time around and he picked a real winner. Just think if you took the movie within a movie in Demons and mixed it with The Goonies. That’s Lamberto Bava’s Graveyard Disturbance in a nutshell. Join these crazy kids as they search for hidden treasure whilst meeting all kinds of wild beings along the way. Watch with us with the link provided. The post Two Drink Minimum Commentaries : Graveyard Disturbance first appeared on Legion.

Legion Podcasts
Two Drink Minimum Commentaries : Graveyard Disturbance

Legion Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 104:19


It's Kyle's pick this time around and he picked a real winner. Just think if you took the movie within a movie in Demons and mixed it with The Goonies. That's Lamberto Bava's Graveyard Disturbance in a nutshell. Join these crazy kids as they search for hidden treasure whilst meeting all kinds of wild beings along the way. Watch with us with the link provided. The post Two Drink Minimum Commentaries : Graveyard Disturbance first appeared on Legion.

Sanctus Forum
Conspiracy Commentaries: Conversations ft. Ville Kavilo // on “The Heavens as the Human Environment” by Dallas Willard

Sanctus Forum

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 88:54


Possibly one of the most confusing translations in the Bible is what's translated as "heaven." And one of the most helpful aspects of Dallas Willard's The Divine Conspiracy is his explanation that heaven is simply where we live. That means that all the wonderful things that reside in heaven, God himself included, are incredibly near. This comes very close to being the gospel, very close indeed. It leads Dallas to make one of his most comforting and puzzling statements: "our universe is a perfectly safe place to be." Michael Stewart Robb travels to Finland to talk with Ville Kavilo, Lutheran priest and longtime reader of Dallas, about these matters. And as a bonus, Ville gives some great advice about starting spiritual formation group in your church or community. BE INFORMED and PRAY for us better by signing up for the Sanctus newsletter: https://sanctus.institute

Reading Your Way to Heaven
Kristin Lavransdatter: The Wreath - Chapter 03

Reading Your Way to Heaven

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 45:49


Veritas Community Church Sermons
Resurrection Riddles

Veritas Community Church Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2022 44:52


BIG IDEA: Jesus wisely shows forth the truth and power of God.OUTLINE:1. The Wisdom of Jesus2. The Wonder of Resurrection3. The Word of TruthRESOURCES: ESV Study Bible; Commentaries by Stein, Edwards, Strauss; Marriage Is Built To End by Greg Lanier

BS Commentaries
BS Commentaries-The Parent Trap

BS Commentaries

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 130:00


Remakes are hardly ever great, but in this Disney remake is definitely better! Mike and Inika get into the Disney remake of The Parent Trap, and also they gonna roast that mean blonde in the movie.

BS Commentaries
BS Commentaries-Red Vs Blue Season 1

BS Commentaries

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 92:59


You ever wonder why we're here? One of life's greatest mysteries. But we know why Mike and KHart are here! It's finally here! The guys get into the greatest machinima online show ever, Red vs Blue! They will be doing seasons 1-13 and doing two parters for seasons 12 and 13. They of course begin at the beginning and get into details on the history of RoosterTeeth and the guys behind the company.

The Stone Chapel Podcasts
Episode 107 Muslim-Christian Commentaries with Ida Glaser

The Stone Chapel Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 23:13


Dr. Ida Glaser, Director of the Oxford Center for Muslim-Christian Studies in Houston, joins David Capes to talk about a new commentary she has just co-authored with her colleague, Anwarul Azad. It is entitled Genesis 1-11: Bible Commentaries from Muslim Contexts. The post Episode 107 Muslim-Christian Commentaries with Ida Glaser first appeared on Lanier Theological Library.

The Clive Barker Podcast
362: A-Z Commentaries – The Tingler

The Clive Barker Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 28, 2022 98:46


In Episode 362: Ryan and Jose are joined by Ed and Nina of Coenobium to revisit Clive Barker's A-Z of Horror recommendations. This time, we are on the letter X for Xploitation, and William Castle's The Tingler. Commentary / Discussion: The Tingler (1959, William Castle) 1h 22mm. Written by Rob White Show Notes iTunes / Amazon Prime $3.99 rental / $12.99 buy Coming Next More News & Interviews Jericho Squad 77 A-Z Commentaries: Y for Year Zero — From Hell And this podcast, having no beginning will have no end.  web www.clivebarkercast.com iOS App| Android App, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Android, Stitcher, Spotify, Pandora, Libsyn, Tunein, iHeart Radio, Pocket Casts, Google Play, Radio.com, DoubleTwist and YouTube and Join the Occupy Midian group Discord Community Twitter: @BarkerCast | @OccupyMidian   Support the show, Buy a T-Shirt All Links and show notes in their Entirety can be found at http://www.clivebarkercast.com

The Front Row Network
CLASSICS-Audio Commentaries with Jeremy Arnold

The Front Row Network

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 63:15


Front Row Classics is thrilled to welcome back author & historian, Jeremy Arnold. Jeremy and Brandon discuss the art of preparing audio commentaries for blu-ray releases of classic films. They also take time to highlight two films in which Jeremy has provided commentary.  The first film discussed is Sudden Fear from 1952 starring Joan Crawford, Jack Palance and Gloria Grahame. The conversation, then, turns to The Lavendar Hill Mob (1951) starring Alec Guiness and Stanley Holloway. We hope this episode will inspire our listeners to discover these two lesser known gems.  

Front Row Classics
Ep.125-Audio Commentaries with Jeremy Arnold

Front Row Classics

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022


Download the episode Front Row Classics is thrilled to welcome back author & historian, Jeremy Arnold. Jeremy and Brandon discuss the art of preparing audio commentaries for blu-ray releases of classic films. They also take time to highlight two films in which Jeremy has provided commentary.  The first film discussed is Sudden Fear from 1952 … Continue reading Ep.125-Audio Commentaries with Jeremy Arnold →

BS Commentaries
BS Commentaries-Dude Where's My Car?

BS Commentaries

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 99:16


DUDE! Where's the best movie reaction/commentary podcast? Right here! KHart picks a damn good stoner cult classic and one that Mike has never seen before and it was non stop laughter!

Reading Your Way to Heaven
Kristin Lavransdatter: The Wreath - Chapter 01

Reading Your Way to Heaven

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 50:44


BS Commentaries
BS Commentaries-Jurassic Park III

BS Commentaries

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 21, 2022 90:22


The plane is ready, Isla Sorna is ready, and Mike and KHart are ready to watch the worst Jurassic Park movie ever made! The trilogy comes to an end and were 2 weeks away from starting Red vs Blue!

New Books in Women's History
Karen Bauer and Feras Hamza, "An Anthology of Qur'anic Commentaries (vol. 2): On Women" (Oxford UP, 2022)

New Books in Women's History

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 77:05


Karen Bauer and Feras Hamza's co-written book An Anthology of Qur'anic Commentaries (vol. 2): On Women (Oxford UP, 2022) is a collection of historical and contemporary commentaries on the Qur'an. It covers five issues: human creation and the idea of “a single soul”; marital roles, specifically Qur'anic verse 4:34 and women's status in a marriage; Mary, mother of Jesus; women's legal testimony; and Qur'anic ideas of modesty, specifically of veiling. A chapter is devoted to each of these topics, comprising classical, medieval, modern, and contemporary interpretations of these verses. All chapters include various Muslim perspectives, such as Sunni, Twelver Shia, Ismaili, Ibadi, and Sufi; with the exception of the chapter on Mary, each chapter also includes interviews with contemporary scholars, namely amina wadud, Sa'diyya Shaikh, Fariba Alasvand, Yusuf Saanei, and Nasser Ghorbannia. The various and competing perspectives explored in this volume highlight the diversity and plurality of the Islamic exegetical tradition, portraying commentaries as a very human and engaging endeavor. These commentaries are always in conversation with the cultural and political milieu of the commentator's time and place, but they also deeply honor the commentaries of past generations as a way to demonstrate authority and knowledge of the historical male tradition. The book also includes an important and powerful chapter, a prolegomenon, on the Qur'anic lexicon on women, which offers a chronological sequence of women in the Qur'an and which traces the development of the Qur'an's worldview from the earliest Meccan revelations through the later Medinan period. So, for instance, in the early Meccan verses, women are addressed rather implicitly and largely as a part of an anti-pagan polemic, but by the later Medinan verses, women have emerged as active pious and social subjects. In this very engaging and enriching conversation with Karen Bauer and Feras Hamza, we discuss many of these issues and all of the chapters. We talk extensively about Qur'anic verse 4:34 on marital roles and responsibilities, about what it means to read the Qur'an literally—and is it even possible not to?—about tradition and tafsir and the limits of both, and about lived reality and religious authority. The interview was done in video format, and some listeners might enjoy watching it in its original form on my YouTube channel, What the Patriarchy. Shehnaz Haqqani is an Assistant Professor of Religion at Mercer University. She earned her PhD in Islamic Studies with a focus on gender from the University of Texas at Austin in 2018. Her dissertation research explored questions of change and tradition, specifically in the context of gender and sexuality, in Islam. She can be reached at haqqani_s@mercer.edu. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

ECO CHIC
192: Fashion History: Social Commentaries on Women + Clothes | Dr. Kimberly Chrisman-Campbell

ECO CHIC

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 42:37


We're joined by fashion historian Dr. Kimberly Chrisman-Campbell for a fun, thoughtful conversation on women's ever-changing relationships with clothing. We explore the historical context of natural fibers and wedding gowns, and discuss the influence of the Industrial Revolution on our wardrobes. Kimberly discusses iconic styles we love today, like wrap dresses and body-cons, through their original influences and social contexts. We reflect on some of our favorite fashion moments and icons - from Princess Diana and Marie Antoinette, to the supermodels of the 1990s. Dr. Kimberly Chrisman-Campbell is a fashion historian, curator, journalist, and best-selling author. She is currently a fellow at USC Libraries. Kimberly connects on Twitter as @HottyCouture and curates @WornOnThisDay. Skirts: Fashioning Modern Femininity In The Twentieth Century releases September 6. Thanks to our sponsor! Use ECOCHIC for 15% off sitewide at DameProducts.com. Find me online - @ecochicpodcast on Instagram + @lauraediez on Tiktok. Email me at laura@lauraediez.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

New Books in Religion
Karen Bauer and Feras Hamza, "An Anthology of Qur'anic Commentaries (vol. 2): On Women" (Oxford UP, 2022)

New Books in Religion

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 77:05


Karen Bauer and Feras Hamza's co-written book An Anthology of Qur'anic Commentaries (vol. 2): On Women (Oxford UP, 2022) is a collection of historical and contemporary commentaries on the Qur'an. It covers five issues: human creation and the idea of “a single soul”; marital roles, specifically Qur'anic verse 4:34 and women's status in a marriage; Mary, mother of Jesus; women's legal testimony; and Qur'anic ideas of modesty, specifically of veiling. A chapter is devoted to each of these topics, comprising classical, medieval, modern, and contemporary interpretations of these verses. All chapters include various Muslim perspectives, such as Sunni, Twelver Shia, Ismaili, Ibadi, and Sufi; with the exception of the chapter on Mary, each chapter also includes interviews with contemporary scholars, namely amina wadud, Sa'diyya Shaikh, Fariba Alasvand, Yusuf Saanei, and Nasser Ghorbannia. The various and competing perspectives explored in this volume highlight the diversity and plurality of the Islamic exegetical tradition, portraying commentaries as a very human and engaging endeavor. These commentaries are always in conversation with the cultural and political milieu of the commentator's time and place, but they also deeply honor the commentaries of past generations as a way to demonstrate authority and knowledge of the historical male tradition. The book also includes an important and powerful chapter, a prolegomenon, on the Qur'anic lexicon on women, which offers a chronological sequence of women in the Qur'an and which traces the development of the Qur'an's worldview from the earliest Meccan revelations through the later Medinan period. So, for instance, in the early Meccan verses, women are addressed rather implicitly and largely as a part of an anti-pagan polemic, but by the later Medinan verses, women have emerged as active pious and social subjects. In this very engaging and enriching conversation with Karen Bauer and Feras Hamza, we discuss many of these issues and all of the chapters. We talk extensively about Qur'anic verse 4:34 on marital roles and responsibilities, about what it means to read the Qur'an literally—and is it even possible not to?—about tradition and tafsir and the limits of both, and about lived reality and religious authority. The interview was done in video format, and some listeners might enjoy watching it in its original form on my YouTube channel, What the Patriarchy. Shehnaz Haqqani is an Assistant Professor of Religion at Mercer University. She earned her PhD in Islamic Studies with a focus on gender from the University of Texas at Austin in 2018. Her dissertation research explored questions of change and tradition, specifically in the context of gender and sexuality, in Islam. She can be reached at haqqani_s@mercer.edu. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/religion

New Books in Intellectual History
Karen Bauer and Feras Hamza, "An Anthology of Qur'anic Commentaries (vol. 2): On Women" (Oxford UP, 2022)

New Books in Intellectual History

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 77:05


Karen Bauer and Feras Hamza's co-written book An Anthology of Qur'anic Commentaries (vol. 2): On Women (Oxford UP, 2022) is a collection of historical and contemporary commentaries on the Qur'an. It covers five issues: human creation and the idea of “a single soul”; marital roles, specifically Qur'anic verse 4:34 and women's status in a marriage; Mary, mother of Jesus; women's legal testimony; and Qur'anic ideas of modesty, specifically of veiling. A chapter is devoted to each of these topics, comprising classical, medieval, modern, and contemporary interpretations of these verses. All chapters include various Muslim perspectives, such as Sunni, Twelver Shia, Ismaili, Ibadi, and Sufi; with the exception of the chapter on Mary, each chapter also includes interviews with contemporary scholars, namely amina wadud, Sa'diyya Shaikh, Fariba Alasvand, Yusuf Saanei, and Nasser Ghorbannia. The various and competing perspectives explored in this volume highlight the diversity and plurality of the Islamic exegetical tradition, portraying commentaries as a very human and engaging endeavor. These commentaries are always in conversation with the cultural and political milieu of the commentator's time and place, but they also deeply honor the commentaries of past generations as a way to demonstrate authority and knowledge of the historical male tradition. The book also includes an important and powerful chapter, a prolegomenon, on the Qur'anic lexicon on women, which offers a chronological sequence of women in the Qur'an and which traces the development of the Qur'an's worldview from the earliest Meccan revelations through the later Medinan period. So, for instance, in the early Meccan verses, women are addressed rather implicitly and largely as a part of an anti-pagan polemic, but by the later Medinan verses, women have emerged as active pious and social subjects. In this very engaging and enriching conversation with Karen Bauer and Feras Hamza, we discuss many of these issues and all of the chapters. We talk extensively about Qur'anic verse 4:34 on marital roles and responsibilities, about what it means to read the Qur'an literally—and is it even possible not to?—about tradition and tafsir and the limits of both, and about lived reality and religious authority. The interview was done in video format, and some listeners might enjoy watching it in its original form on my YouTube channel, What the Patriarchy. Shehnaz Haqqani is an Assistant Professor of Religion at Mercer University. She earned her PhD in Islamic Studies with a focus on gender from the University of Texas at Austin in 2018. Her dissertation research explored questions of change and tradition, specifically in the context of gender and sexuality, in Islam. She can be reached at haqqani_s@mercer.edu. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/intellectual-history

New Books in Middle Eastern Studies
Karen Bauer and Feras Hamza, "An Anthology of Qur'anic Commentaries (vol. 2): On Women" (Oxford UP, 2022)

New Books in Middle Eastern Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 77:05


Karen Bauer and Feras Hamza's co-written book An Anthology of Qur'anic Commentaries (vol. 2): On Women (Oxford UP, 2022) is a collection of historical and contemporary commentaries on the Qur'an. It covers five issues: human creation and the idea of “a single soul”; marital roles, specifically Qur'anic verse 4:34 and women's status in a marriage; Mary, mother of Jesus; women's legal testimony; and Qur'anic ideas of modesty, specifically of veiling. A chapter is devoted to each of these topics, comprising classical, medieval, modern, and contemporary interpretations of these verses. All chapters include various Muslim perspectives, such as Sunni, Twelver Shia, Ismaili, Ibadi, and Sufi; with the exception of the chapter on Mary, each chapter also includes interviews with contemporary scholars, namely amina wadud, Sa'diyya Shaikh, Fariba Alasvand, Yusuf Saanei, and Nasser Ghorbannia. The various and competing perspectives explored in this volume highlight the diversity and plurality of the Islamic exegetical tradition, portraying commentaries as a very human and engaging endeavor. These commentaries are always in conversation with the cultural and political milieu of the commentator's time and place, but they also deeply honor the commentaries of past generations as a way to demonstrate authority and knowledge of the historical male tradition. The book also includes an important and powerful chapter, a prolegomenon, on the Qur'anic lexicon on women, which offers a chronological sequence of women in the Qur'an and which traces the development of the Qur'an's worldview from the earliest Meccan revelations through the later Medinan period. So, for instance, in the early Meccan verses, women are addressed rather implicitly and largely as a part of an anti-pagan polemic, but by the later Medinan verses, women have emerged as active pious and social subjects. In this very engaging and enriching conversation with Karen Bauer and Feras Hamza, we discuss many of these issues and all of the chapters. We talk extensively about Qur'anic verse 4:34 on marital roles and responsibilities, about what it means to read the Qur'an literally—and is it even possible not to?—about tradition and tafsir and the limits of both, and about lived reality and religious authority. The interview was done in video format, and some listeners might enjoy watching it in its original form on my YouTube channel, What the Patriarchy. Shehnaz Haqqani is an Assistant Professor of Religion at Mercer University. She earned her PhD in Islamic Studies with a focus on gender from the University of Texas at Austin in 2018. Her dissertation research explored questions of change and tradition, specifically in the context of gender and sexuality, in Islam. She can be reached at haqqani_s@mercer.edu. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/middle-eastern-studies

New Books in History
Karen Bauer and Feras Hamza, "An Anthology of Qur'anic Commentaries (vol. 2): On Women" (Oxford UP, 2022)

New Books in History

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 77:05


Karen Bauer and Feras Hamza's co-written book An Anthology of Qur'anic Commentaries (vol. 2): On Women (Oxford UP, 2022) is a collection of historical and contemporary commentaries on the Qur'an. It covers five issues: human creation and the idea of “a single soul”; marital roles, specifically Qur'anic verse 4:34 and women's status in a marriage; Mary, mother of Jesus; women's legal testimony; and Qur'anic ideas of modesty, specifically of veiling. A chapter is devoted to each of these topics, comprising classical, medieval, modern, and contemporary interpretations of these verses. All chapters include various Muslim perspectives, such as Sunni, Twelver Shia, Ismaili, Ibadi, and Sufi; with the exception of the chapter on Mary, each chapter also includes interviews with contemporary scholars, namely amina wadud, Sa'diyya Shaikh, Fariba Alasvand, Yusuf Saanei, and Nasser Ghorbannia. The various and competing perspectives explored in this volume highlight the diversity and plurality of the Islamic exegetical tradition, portraying commentaries as a very human and engaging endeavor. These commentaries are always in conversation with the cultural and political milieu of the commentator's time and place, but they also deeply honor the commentaries of past generations as a way to demonstrate authority and knowledge of the historical male tradition. The book also includes an important and powerful chapter, a prolegomenon, on the Qur'anic lexicon on women, which offers a chronological sequence of women in the Qur'an and which traces the development of the Qur'an's worldview from the earliest Meccan revelations through the later Medinan period. So, for instance, in the early Meccan verses, women are addressed rather implicitly and largely as a part of an anti-pagan polemic, but by the later Medinan verses, women have emerged as active pious and social subjects. In this very engaging and enriching conversation with Karen Bauer and Feras Hamza, we discuss many of these issues and all of the chapters. We talk extensively about Qur'anic verse 4:34 on marital roles and responsibilities, about what it means to read the Qur'an literally—and is it even possible not to?—about tradition and tafsir and the limits of both, and about lived reality and religious authority. The interview was done in video format, and some listeners might enjoy watching it in its original form on my YouTube channel, What the Patriarchy. Shehnaz Haqqani is an Assistant Professor of Religion at Mercer University. She earned her PhD in Islamic Studies with a focus on gender from the University of Texas at Austin in 2018. Her dissertation research explored questions of change and tradition, specifically in the context of gender and sexuality, in Islam. She can be reached at haqqani_s@mercer.edu. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history

New Books in Islamic Studies
Karen Bauer and Feras Hamza, "An Anthology of Qur'anic Commentaries (vol. 2): On Women" (Oxford UP, 2022)

New Books in Islamic Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 77:05


Karen Bauer and Feras Hamza's co-written book An Anthology of Qur'anic Commentaries (vol. 2): On Women (Oxford UP, 2022) is a collection of historical and contemporary commentaries on the Qur'an. It covers five issues: human creation and the idea of “a single soul”; marital roles, specifically Qur'anic verse 4:34 and women's status in a marriage; Mary, mother of Jesus; women's legal testimony; and Qur'anic ideas of modesty, specifically of veiling. A chapter is devoted to each of these topics, comprising classical, medieval, modern, and contemporary interpretations of these verses. All chapters include various Muslim perspectives, such as Sunni, Twelver Shia, Ismaili, Ibadi, and Sufi; with the exception of the chapter on Mary, each chapter also includes interviews with contemporary scholars, namely amina wadud, Sa'diyya Shaikh, Fariba Alasvand, Yusuf Saanei, and Nasser Ghorbannia. The various and competing perspectives explored in this volume highlight the diversity and plurality of the Islamic exegetical tradition, portraying commentaries as a very human and engaging endeavor. These commentaries are always in conversation with the cultural and political milieu of the commentator's time and place, but they also deeply honor the commentaries of past generations as a way to demonstrate authority and knowledge of the historical male tradition. The book also includes an important and powerful chapter, a prolegomenon, on the Qur'anic lexicon on women, which offers a chronological sequence of women in the Qur'an and which traces the development of the Qur'an's worldview from the earliest Meccan revelations through the later Medinan period. So, for instance, in the early Meccan verses, women are addressed rather implicitly and largely as a part of an anti-pagan polemic, but by the later Medinan verses, women have emerged as active pious and social subjects. In this very engaging and enriching conversation with Karen Bauer and Feras Hamza, we discuss many of these issues and all of the chapters. We talk extensively about Qur'anic verse 4:34 on marital roles and responsibilities, about what it means to read the Qur'an literally—and is it even possible not to?—about tradition and tafsir and the limits of both, and about lived reality and religious authority. The interview was done in video format, and some listeners might enjoy watching it in its original form on my YouTube channel, What the Patriarchy. Shehnaz Haqqani is an Assistant Professor of Religion at Mercer University. She earned her PhD in Islamic Studies with a focus on gender from the University of Texas at Austin in 2018. Her dissertation research explored questions of change and tradition, specifically in the context of gender and sexuality, in Islam. She can be reached at haqqani_s@mercer.edu. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/islamic-studies

New Books Network
Karen Bauer and Feras Hamza, "An Anthology of Qur'anic Commentaries (vol. 2): On Women" (Oxford UP, 2022)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 77:05


Karen Bauer and Feras Hamza's co-written book An Anthology of Qur'anic Commentaries (vol. 2): On Women (Oxford UP, 2022) is a collection of historical and contemporary commentaries on the Qur'an. It covers five issues: human creation and the idea of “a single soul”; marital roles, specifically Qur'anic verse 4:34 and women's status in a marriage; Mary, mother of Jesus; women's legal testimony; and Qur'anic ideas of modesty, specifically of veiling. A chapter is devoted to each of these topics, comprising classical, medieval, modern, and contemporary interpretations of these verses. All chapters include various Muslim perspectives, such as Sunni, Twelver Shia, Ismaili, Ibadi, and Sufi; with the exception of the chapter on Mary, each chapter also includes interviews with contemporary scholars, namely amina wadud, Sa'diyya Shaikh, Fariba Alasvand, Yusuf Saanei, and Nasser Ghorbannia. The various and competing perspectives explored in this volume highlight the diversity and plurality of the Islamic exegetical tradition, portraying commentaries as a very human and engaging endeavor. These commentaries are always in conversation with the cultural and political milieu of the commentator's time and place, but they also deeply honor the commentaries of past generations as a way to demonstrate authority and knowledge of the historical male tradition. The book also includes an important and powerful chapter, a prolegomenon, on the Qur'anic lexicon on women, which offers a chronological sequence of women in the Qur'an and which traces the development of the Qur'an's worldview from the earliest Meccan revelations through the later Medinan period. So, for instance, in the early Meccan verses, women are addressed rather implicitly and largely as a part of an anti-pagan polemic, but by the later Medinan verses, women have emerged as active pious and social subjects. In this very engaging and enriching conversation with Karen Bauer and Feras Hamza, we discuss many of these issues and all of the chapters. We talk extensively about Qur'anic verse 4:34 on marital roles and responsibilities, about what it means to read the Qur'an literally—and is it even possible not to?—about tradition and tafsir and the limits of both, and about lived reality and religious authority. The interview was done in video format, and some listeners might enjoy watching it in its original form on my YouTube channel, What the Patriarchy. Shehnaz Haqqani is an Assistant Professor of Religion at Mercer University. She earned her PhD in Islamic Studies with a focus on gender from the University of Texas at Austin in 2018. Her dissertation research explored questions of change and tradition, specifically in the context of gender and sexuality, in Islam. She can be reached at haqqani_s@mercer.edu. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

Overlapping Dialogue
Sexy Beast

Overlapping Dialogue

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 247:04


Have you ever wanted your carefree, blissful poolside tan interrupted by an assaultive collection of hateful bile? Then sit back in your lounge chair and apply the sun screen because we've got a show for you: this week's episode has us parsing 2000's witty and strange British crime flick Sexy Beast! But before we catapult face first off the diving board, we snack on an endlessly sumptuous Blue Plate Special, covering topics as varied as Dennis Hopper's unlikely 1980 punk masterpiece Out of the Blue, new release Bullet Train and a spirited post-screening reaction it inspired, and the outright cancelled release of Batgirl and the larger restructuring of Warner Brothers and HBO Max it foretells. We finally get around to executing this week's job, promoting a discussion of the British crime film and its narrative/aesthetic interests, how Jonathan Glazer's direction upsets them, and endlessly delight in Sir Ben Kingsley's immediately iconic performance as the villainous Don Logan. Feel free to skip to 2:19:55 for the beginning of our audio commentary. As always, please like, subscribe, rate, and review us on all of our channels, which include Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and YouTube! Contact us at huffmanbrothersproductions@gmail.com with your questions, comments, and requests. https://thebigwblog.wordpress.com/2022/08/01/out-of-pocket-8-just-for-one-day/?fbclid=IwAR3MXnLIPQgQWmm6e0BCQrRxsyZSB7CbticwNboOhdGEvfHB3B97aSnpWSQ

Sanctus Forum
Conspiracy Commentaries: §43 Religion Becomes Social Ethics

Sanctus Forum

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 7:45


Dallas Willard taught at a university where the gospel on the left had a foothold. He has a lot to say about how the Christian left (in America) became what it is. And "become" is the word that stands out the most in this little history. BE INFORMED and PRAY for us better by signing up for the Sanctus newsletter: https://sanctus.institute

The Clive Barker Podcast
358 : A-Z Commentaries – The Masque of the Red Death

The Clive Barker Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 96:32


Welcome to the Clive Barker Podcast. In Episode 358, Ryan and Jose revisit Clive Barker's A-Z of horror for another Audio Commentary. In the W for Window chapter, we watch Roger Corman's Masque of the Red Death.  Commentary / Discussion The Masque of the Red Death (1964, Roger Corman) Show Notes Theatre of Tragedy: And When He Falleth (Not Lacuna Coil) William S. Boroughs Recites… Coming Next More News & Interviews Jericho Squad 77 A-Z Commentaries: X for Xploitation – The Tingler And this podcast, having no beginning will have no end.  web www.clivebarkercast.com iOS App| Android App, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Android, Stitcher, Spotify, Pandora, Libsyn, Tunein, iHeart Radio, Pocket Casts, Google Play, Radio.com, DoubleTwist and YouTube and Join the Occupy Midian group Discord Community Twitter: @BarkerCast | @OccupyMidian   Support the show, Buy a T-Shirt All Links and show notes in their Entirety can be found at http://www.clivebarkercast.com

Jack Benny Show - OTR Podcast!
Episode 4: Orson Welles Podcast 1945-10-07 Orson Welles Commentaries - War Crimes, GI Bill, a Party, and Pat O'Brien Story (2022)

Jack Benny Show - OTR Podcast!

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 39:40


The gang presents another Wednesday with Wells!  You can watch it on Youtube here https://youtu.be/c_zXkiHyvBc

Jack Benny Show - OTR Podcast!
Episode 2: Orson Welles Podcast 1945-09-23 Orson Welles Commentaries (02) - Chat about the military, Frank Sinatra, fan mail, etc (2022)

Jack Benny Show - OTR Podcast!

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 60:52


Watch us on Youtube here https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLn2A2em5MGwNBdZ153_XeMhIOu9cXyY5O Orson's second episode!

Cougar Sports with Ben Criddle (BYU)
7-6-22 - Hour 3 - The latest news and commentaries surrounding CFB realignment.

Cougar Sports with Ben Criddle (BYU)

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2022 71:08


Today's Co-Hosts: Ben Criddle (@criddlebenjamin) Subscribe to the Cougar Sports with Ben Criddle podcast:Apple Podcastshttps://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/cougar-sports-with-ben-criddle/id996764363Google Podcastshttps://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly93d3cuc3ByZWFrZXIuY29tL3Nob3cvMTM2OTkzOS9lcGlzb2Rlcy9mZWVkSpotifyhttps://open.spotify.com/show/7dZvrG1ZtKkfgqGenR3S2mPocket Castshttps://pca.st/SU8aOvercasthttps://overcast.fm/itunes996764363/cougar-sports-with-ben-criddle-byuSpreakerhttps://www.spreaker.com/show/cougar-sports-with-ben-criddleStitcherhttps://www.stitcher.com/s?fid=66416iHeartRadiohttps://www.iheart.com/podcast/966-cougar-sports-with-29418022TuneInhttps://tunein.com/podcasts/Sports-Talk--News/Cougar-Sports-with-Ben-Criddle-p731529/