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Podcasts – UUCF
Sermon podcast 09.25.22: Belonging Is the Opposite of Fitting In

Podcasts – UUCF

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022


Sermon 09.25.22: Belonging Is the Opposite of Fitting In by Rev. David A. Miller

Making Footprints Not Blueprints
S05 #04 - The work of love, or how to resist in the dark ages - A thought for the day

Making Footprints Not Blueprints

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 9:15 Transcription Available


The full text of this podcast can be found in the transcript of this edition or at the following link:https://andrewjbrown.blogspot.com/2022/09/the-work-of-love-or-how-to-resist-in.htmlPlease feel to post any comments you have about this episode there.Music, "New Heaven", written by Andrew J. Brown and played by Chris Ingham (piano), Paul Higgs (trumpet), Russ Morgan (drums) and Andrew J. Brown (double bass)

Yeshiva of Newark Podcast
The Projectionist Has Semicha-49-A Unitarian View of the Holocaust and Judaism-Rod Serling's 1960 In the Presence of Mine Enemies

Yeshiva of Newark Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 48:07


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Sermons from First Parish Unitarian Universalist of Arlington Massachusetts

Let's continue to launch the new program year with community and cheer! Join Rev. Erica Richmond as she preaches on the power of mindfulness, looking at breath through Judaism, Buddhism, Black Lives Matter, and contemporary yoga practices. How might spiritual practices help each of us live more whole and authentic lives?

Podcasts – First Unitarian Society of Minneapolis

It is a truism that everyone wants to belong. But belong to what? A talk from Rev. Dr. David Breeden. The post Being, Belonging, Balance appeared first on First Unitarian Society of Minneapolis.

First Unitarian Dallas Podcast
09.18.22 SERMON: "Theory of Evolution" - Rev. T. J. FitzGerald

First Unitarian Dallas Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 19:07


How has Unitarian Universalism participated in revolutions in our world? And how can it help a hurting world yet again?

UU Congregation at Shelter Rock Services
Homecoming, led by the UUCSR Ministry Team

UU Congregation at Shelter Rock Services

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 55:56


Homecoming Service on September 18, 2022 was a welcome back after summer adventures. There were reunions of friends, children in the pews and the choir in full!

Making Footprints Not Blueprints
S05 #03 - Why Jesus' commandment that we “love one another” is always already new - A thought for the day

Making Footprints Not Blueprints

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 6:56 Transcription Available


The full text of this podcast can be found in the transcript of this edition or at the following link:https://andrewjbrown.blogspot.com/2022/09/why-jesus-commandment-that-we-love-one.htmlPlease feel to post any comments you have about this episode there.Music, "New Heaven", written by Andrew J. Brown and played by Chris Ingham (piano), Paul Higgs (trumpet), Russ Morgan (drums) and Andrew J. Brown (double bass)

Podcasts – UUCF
Sermon podcast 09.11.22: Welcome Forward: Ingathering 2022 Part II

Podcasts – UUCF

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022


Sermon 09.11.22: Welcome Forward: Ingathering 2022 Part II by Rev. David A. Miller

Sermons from First Parish Unitarian Universalist of Arlington Massachusetts
“What Are We Doing Here?” Sunday Ingathering Worship Service

Sermons from First Parish Unitarian Universalist of Arlington Massachusetts

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 41:59


For the water ceremony all are invited to bring a small sample of water from a treasured place and to consider the idea or value that place and water represent for you.   Children pre-K through 7th grade join the beginning of worship in the sanctuary. Babies and toddlers are welcome to enjoy the nursery.   Food, art making and conversation follow worship in our first ever Artapalooza!

Podcasts – First Unitarian Society of Minneapolis

A celebration of our new program year. Join us as we reflect on surviving difficult times, asking new questions and renewing commitments to our community. Talks from Revs. Kelli Clement and David Breeden. The post Gathering the Waters appeared first on First Unitarian Society of Minneapolis.

Making Footprints Not Blueprints
S05 #02 - Elizabeth Alexandra Mary, Elizabeth Regina, requiescat in pace - A thought for the day

Making Footprints Not Blueprints

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 7:02 Transcription Available


The full text of this podcast can be found in the transcript of this edition or at the following link:https://andrewjbrown.blogspot.com/2022/09/elizabeth-alexandra-mary-elizabeth.htmlPlease feel to post any comments you have about this episode there.Music, "New Heaven", written by Andrew J. Brown and played by Chris Ingham (piano), Paul Higgs (trumpet), Russ Morgan (drums) and Andrew J. Brown (double bass)

Sermons from First Parish Unitarian Universalist of Arlington Massachusetts
“Tapping Into Our Senses with Everyday Rituals” Sunday Worship Sermon

Sermons from First Parish Unitarian Universalist of Arlington Massachusetts

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 13:58


Creating rituals that engage all our senses, our bodies, and our connections with others.

First Unitarian Dallas Podcast
09 04 22 SERMON: “Work That is Real” - Rev. Beth Dana

First Unitarian Dallas Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 16:27


All of us yearn to be of use, to have work that is real and meaningful. What is your real work?

Podcasts – UUCF
Sermon podcast 09.04.22: Our Labor of Love

Podcasts – UUCF

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022


Sermon 09.04.22: Our Labor of Love by Rev. Christin C. Green

Podcasts – First Unitarian Society of Minneapolis

Whether unemployment is high or low, labor, it seems, is always in trouble. As we come out of the pandemic, what innovations might avoid the trap that American writer Studs Terkel once described: “Most of us have jobs that are too small for our spirits.” A talk from Rev. Dr. David Breeden. The post Labor Troubles, Troubled Labor appeared first on First Unitarian Society of Minneapolis.

Making Footprints Not Blueprints
S05 #01 - A gentle plea for a Buddhisto-Christian process religion - A thought for the day

Making Footprints Not Blueprints

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 8:07 Transcription Available


The full text of this podcast can be found in the transcript of this edition or at the following link:https://andrewjbrown.blogspot.com/2022/09/a-gentle-plea-for-buddhisto-christian.htmlPlease feel to post any comments you have about this episode there.Music, "New Heaven", written by Andrew J. Brown and played by Chris Ingham (piano), Paul Higgs (trumpet), Russ Morgan (drums) and Andrew J. Brown (double bass)

Podcasts – First Unitarian Society of Minneapolis

The term comes from a novel by the British philosopher Thomas Carlyle, who hoped that the human religious impulse would survive the science of his time. Nearly 200 years later, how is that going? A talk from Rev. Dr. David Breeden. The post Natural Supernaturalism appeared first on First Unitarian Society of Minneapolis.

Podcasts – UUCF
Sermon podcast 08.28.22: Welcome Forward: Ingathering 2022 Part I

Podcasts – UUCF

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022


Sermon 08.28.22: Welcome Forward: Ingathering 2022 Part I by Rev. David A. Miller

Sermons from First Parish Unitarian Universalist of Arlington Massachusetts
"Selfhood, Belonging, and Gen Z Religion" Sunday Worship Sermon

Sermons from First Parish Unitarian Universalist of Arlington Massachusetts

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 22:07


Reflections on searching for meaning, supporting youth and YA communities, and workshopping my Unitarian Universalist elevator pitch.

Sermons-First Unitarian Universalist Society of San Francisco

“The Arc of the Universe” Sunday, August 28, 10:50 am, Worship Service Livestream August 28th is the 59th anniversary of the 1963 March on Washington for Racial Equality. Its keynote address by Reverend Martin Luther King Jr. has become the most famous speech in modern history. Echoed in his remarks that day were the paraphrased words of an early Unitarian minister, Theodore Parker; that the arc of the moral universe bends towards justice. Earlier this summer, the remarkable achievement of the Webb telescope began challenging humanity to look deeply into the past in order to make sense of today and what is to come. Indeed, in so many ways, we won't ever create the future of our dreams without understanding the past. Join us as we explore Dr. King's inspiration in the words of a radical Boston minster, how those words convinced a cultural icon to continue to go "where no man had gone before" and finally, how we're learning, through science, that there is indeed an arc in the universe and that it bends towards truth. Richard Davis-Lowell, Guest Preacher; Rev. Vanessa Rush Southern, Senior Minister; Katrina Walter, Flautist; Charmian Stewart, Violinist; Nancy Munn, Pianist; Richard Fey, Songleader Jonathan Silk, Communications Director; Joe Chapot, Live Chat Moderator; Remigio Flood, Sexton; Kelvin Jones, Sexton; Amy Kelly, Flowers; Linda Messner, Head Usher; Ralph Fenn, Les James, Tom Brookshire, Zoom Coffee Hour

Complete Service-First Unitarian Universalist Society of San Francisco

“The Arc of the Universe” Sunday, August 28, 10:50 am, Worship Service Livestream August 28th is the 59th anniversary of the 1963 March on Washington for Racial Equality. Its keynote address by Reverend Martin Luther King Jr. has become the most famous speech in modern history. Echoed in his remarks that day were the paraphrased words of an early Unitarian minister, Theodore Parker; that the arc of the moral universe bends towards justice. Earlier this summer, the remarkable achievement of the Webb telescope began challenging humanity to look deeply into the past in order to make sense of today and what is to come. Indeed, in so many ways, we won't ever create the future of our dreams without understanding the past. Join us as we explore Dr. King's inspiration in the words of a radical Boston minster, how those words convinced a cultural icon to continue to go "where no man had gone before" and finally, how we're learning, through science, that there is indeed an arc in the universe and that it bends towards truth. Richard Davis-Lowell, Guest Preacher; Rev. Vanessa Rush Southern, Senior Minister; Katrina Walter, Flautist; Charmian Stewart, Violinist; Nancy Munn, Pianist; Richard Fey, Songleader Jonathan Silk, Communications Director; Joe Chapot, Live Chat Moderator; Remigio Flood, Sexton; Kelvin Jones, Sexton; Amy Kelly, Flowers; Linda Messner, Head Usher; Ralph Fenn, Les James, Tom Brookshire, Zoom Coffee Hour

Sermons from First Parish Unitarian Universalist of Arlington Massachusetts
"Fantastical Self-Transformation" Sunday Worship Service

Sermons from First Parish Unitarian Universalist of Arlington Massachusetts

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 23:57


Exploring the complexities of metamorphosis, in art and life, with an artist who paints her own body to become different creatures.

Podcasts – UUCF
Sermon podcast 08.21.22: Never Alone

Podcasts – UUCF

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022


Sermon 08.21.22: Never Alone by Rev. Christin C. Green

First Unitarian Dallas Podcast
08.21.22 SERMON: “Five NEW Reasons Not to Be a Unitarian” - Rev. Dr. Daniel Kanter

First Unitarian Dallas Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 28:04


Part 1 of our annual 2-part sermon series intro to Unitarian Universalism

Podcasts – First Unitarian Society of Minneapolis

What is an all-powerful god's part in the evil of our world? To put it mildly, thinkers have pondered the topic for some time! Pragmatists of a naturalist bent have an answer. A talk from Rev. Dr. David Breeden. The post Gods of the Nice Stuff appeared first on First Unitarian Society of Minneapolis.

Expanding Horizons
On Declining Church Attendance

Expanding Horizons

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 21, 2022 25:04


Jennie - our lay leader addresses the identity and function of Unitarianism in the context of declining church attendance and what the future might hold for us and for Unitarianism. Jennie asks an inevitable question - within which there is an implied challenge to any church foolish enough to define itself solely by a socio-political agenda: -  When our raison d'être as a church has been achieved, - when there is wide social consensus, how might we Unitarians find a new raison d'être? - one that provides more than a spiritual stepping stone for seekers until they find something better.  While greater demands bring greater commitment, we need to do fewer things - better. Listen on to how might use our curiosity, awe and wonder to focus more on healing and building relationships…. deepening connections, exploring identity - thereby redefining spirituality and building our understanding of the Individual and Collective Soul in ways that might challenge and re-energise us all into the future?

The London Lyceum
Thomas Jefferson with Thomas Kidd

The London Lyceum

Play Episode Play 55 sec Highlight Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 50:15


Jordan talks with Thomas Kidd about the life and legacy of Thomas Jefferson. They cover topics like who is Thomas Jefferson? Should the historian ever judge someone of the past by our present standards? Is there a place for such historiography? What was Jefferson's religious life like? How did becoming a Unitarian solve his religious doubt? How did Jefferson envision the relationship between the church and state? What might pastors take away from Jeffersons life? How can learning about him benefit their ministries? And more.Resources:1) Thomas Jefferson: A Biography of Spirit and Flesh, Thomas KiddSupport the show

Podcasts – First Unitarian Society of Minneapolis

Ancient legends tell of seafarers who landed on isolated islands. They built a fire, only to find that they had awakened a beast that dragged them to their doom. A cautionary tale, if you're a seafarer. And all of us are. A talk from Rev. Dr. David Breeden. The post The Islands That Aren't appeared first on First Unitarian Society of Minneapolis.

Podcasts – UUCF
Sermon podcast 08.14.22: The Animals Bless Us

Podcasts – UUCF

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022


Sermon 08.14.22: The Animals Bless Us by Rev. Christin C. Green

Podcasts – UUCF
Sermon podcast 08.07.22: Q&A Service

Podcasts – UUCF

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022


Sermon 08.07.22: Q&A Service by Rev. David A. Miller

Cross Defense from KFUO Radio
Adoptionism: Then and Now

Cross Defense from KFUO Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2022 56:23


Pastor Bramwell discusses the 2nd-century heresy of adoptionism and how it is still alive and actively held by Unitarians today. How did the ancient church confront this false teaching and how does Scripture refute it?  Host Rev. Tyrel Bramwell, St. Mark Lutheran Church in Ferndale, California, and author of the book Come in, We are Closed, talks about curious topics to excite the imagination, equip the mind, and comfort the soul with God's ordering of the world in the Law and Gospel. Send him your questions at stmarksferndale.com. You can find his videos at youtube.com/c/tyrelbramwell.

Cuke Audio Podcast
With Guest James Ford

Cuke Audio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2022 83:10


James Ishmael Ford is a Zen Priest and a Unitarian minister who's written a number of books. His website is jamesishmaelford.com.

Stand to Reason Weekly Podcast
An Example of the Helpfulness of Tactics

Stand to Reason Weekly Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 58:00


Greg talks about the helpfulness of tactics, even for those who are new to using them, tells about hearing from a pastor that virtually all of the junior high girls in their youth group identify as bisexual, and talks to a caller about Trinitarian vs. Unitarian views of God.   Topics: Commentary: An example of the helpfulness of tactics (00:00) Commentary: Virtually all of the girls in a junior high youth group are openly identifying as bisexual. (36:00) Follow-up call regarding last week's question about the number of persons in the Trinity—comments on a video debate between William Lane Craig (Trinitarian) and Dale Tuggy (Unitarian) (47:00) Mentioned on the Show:  #STRask podcast with Greg and Amy (archives here) Tactics: A Game Plan for Discussing Your Christian Convictions by Greg Koukl The Story of Reality: How the World Began, How It Ends, and Everything Important that Happens in Between by Greg Koukl Upcoming events with Stand to Reason speakers Reality Student Apologetics Conference – September 23–24 in Orange County, CA; October 14–15 in Seattle, WA; November 11–12 in Minneapolis, MN; February 24–25, 2023 in Dallas, TX; March 24–25, 2023 in Philadelphia, PA; April 21–22, 2023 in Augusta, GA Last week's call about the Trinity William Lane Craig and Dale Tuggy Dialogue Opposing Views – Video

New Books Network
Ann Marie Borys, "American Unitarian Churches: Architecture of a Democratic Religion" (U Massachusetts Press, 2021)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 26:28


The Unitarian religious tradition was a product of the same eighteenth-century democratic ideals that fueled the American Revolution and informed the founding of the United States. Its liberal humanistic principles influenced institutions such as Harvard University and philosophical movements like Transcendentalism. Yet, its role in the history of American architecture is little known and studied. In American Unitarian Churches: Architecture of a Democratic Religion (U Massachusetts Press, 2021), Ann Marie Borys argues that the progressive values and identity of the Unitarian religion are intimately intertwined with ideals of American democracy and visibly expressed in the architecture of its churches. Over time, church architecture has continued to evolve in response to developments within the faith, and many contemporary projects are built to serve religious, practical, and civic functions simultaneously. Focusing primarily on churches of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, including Frank Lloyd Wright's Unity Temple and Louis Kahn's First Unitarian Church, Borys explores building histories, biographies of leaders, and broader sociohistorical contexts. As this essential study makes clear, to examine Unitarianism through its churches is to see American architecture anew, and to find an authentic architectural expression of American democratic identity. Bryan Toepfer, AIA, NCARB, CAPM is the Principal Architect for TOEPFER Architecture, PLLC, an Architecture firm specializing in Residential Architecture and Virtual Reality. He has authored two books, “Contractors CANNOT Build Your House,” and “Six Months Now, ARCHITECT for Life.” He is an Assistant Professor at Alfred State College and has served as the Director of Government Affairs and as the Director of Education for the AIA Rochester Board of Directors. Always eager to help anyone understand the world of Architecture, he hosts the New Books Network – Architecture podcast, is an NCARB Licensing Advisor and helps coach candidates taking the Architectural Registration Exam. btoepfer@toepferarchitecture. 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

New Books in Architecture
Ann Marie Borys, "American Unitarian Churches: Architecture of a Democratic Religion" (U Massachusetts Press, 2021)

New Books in Architecture

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 26:28


The Unitarian religious tradition was a product of the same eighteenth-century democratic ideals that fueled the American Revolution and informed the founding of the United States. Its liberal humanistic principles influenced institutions such as Harvard University and philosophical movements like Transcendentalism. Yet, its role in the history of American architecture is little known and studied. In American Unitarian Churches: Architecture of a Democratic Religion (U Massachusetts Press, 2021), Ann Marie Borys argues that the progressive values and identity of the Unitarian religion are intimately intertwined with ideals of American democracy and visibly expressed in the architecture of its churches. Over time, church architecture has continued to evolve in response to developments within the faith, and many contemporary projects are built to serve religious, practical, and civic functions simultaneously. Focusing primarily on churches of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, including Frank Lloyd Wright's Unity Temple and Louis Kahn's First Unitarian Church, Borys explores building histories, biographies of leaders, and broader sociohistorical contexts. As this essential study makes clear, to examine Unitarianism through its churches is to see American architecture anew, and to find an authentic architectural expression of American democratic identity. Bryan Toepfer, AIA, NCARB, CAPM is the Principal Architect for TOEPFER Architecture, PLLC, an Architecture firm specializing in Residential Architecture and Virtual Reality. He has authored two books, “Contractors CANNOT Build Your House,” and “Six Months Now, ARCHITECT for Life.” He is an Assistant Professor at Alfred State College and has served as the Director of Government Affairs and as the Director of Education for the AIA Rochester Board of Directors. Always eager to help anyone understand the world of Architecture, he hosts the New Books Network – Architecture podcast, is an NCARB Licensing Advisor and helps coach candidates taking the Architectural Registration Exam. btoepfer@toepferarchitecture. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/architecture

New Books in History
Ann Marie Borys, "American Unitarian Churches: Architecture of a Democratic Religion" (U Massachusetts Press, 2021)

New Books in History

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 26:28


The Unitarian religious tradition was a product of the same eighteenth-century democratic ideals that fueled the American Revolution and informed the founding of the United States. Its liberal humanistic principles influenced institutions such as Harvard University and philosophical movements like Transcendentalism. Yet, its role in the history of American architecture is little known and studied. In American Unitarian Churches: Architecture of a Democratic Religion (U Massachusetts Press, 2021), Ann Marie Borys argues that the progressive values and identity of the Unitarian religion are intimately intertwined with ideals of American democracy and visibly expressed in the architecture of its churches. Over time, church architecture has continued to evolve in response to developments within the faith, and many contemporary projects are built to serve religious, practical, and civic functions simultaneously. Focusing primarily on churches of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, including Frank Lloyd Wright's Unity Temple and Louis Kahn's First Unitarian Church, Borys explores building histories, biographies of leaders, and broader sociohistorical contexts. As this essential study makes clear, to examine Unitarianism through its churches is to see American architecture anew, and to find an authentic architectural expression of American democratic identity. Bryan Toepfer, AIA, NCARB, CAPM is the Principal Architect for TOEPFER Architecture, PLLC, an Architecture firm specializing in Residential Architecture and Virtual Reality. He has authored two books, “Contractors CANNOT Build Your House,” and “Six Months Now, ARCHITECT for Life.” He is an Assistant Professor at Alfred State College and has served as the Director of Government Affairs and as the Director of Education for the AIA Rochester Board of Directors. Always eager to help anyone understand the world of Architecture, he hosts the New Books Network – Architecture podcast, is an NCARB Licensing Advisor and helps coach candidates taking the Architectural Registration Exam. btoepfer@toepferarchitecture. 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 American Studies
Ann Marie Borys, "American Unitarian Churches: Architecture of a Democratic Religion" (U Massachusetts Press, 2021)

New Books in American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 26:28


The Unitarian religious tradition was a product of the same eighteenth-century democratic ideals that fueled the American Revolution and informed the founding of the United States. Its liberal humanistic principles influenced institutions such as Harvard University and philosophical movements like Transcendentalism. Yet, its role in the history of American architecture is little known and studied. In American Unitarian Churches: Architecture of a Democratic Religion (U Massachusetts Press, 2021), Ann Marie Borys argues that the progressive values and identity of the Unitarian religion are intimately intertwined with ideals of American democracy and visibly expressed in the architecture of its churches. Over time, church architecture has continued to evolve in response to developments within the faith, and many contemporary projects are built to serve religious, practical, and civic functions simultaneously. Focusing primarily on churches of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, including Frank Lloyd Wright's Unity Temple and Louis Kahn's First Unitarian Church, Borys explores building histories, biographies of leaders, and broader sociohistorical contexts. As this essential study makes clear, to examine Unitarianism through its churches is to see American architecture anew, and to find an authentic architectural expression of American democratic identity. Bryan Toepfer, AIA, NCARB, CAPM is the Principal Architect for TOEPFER Architecture, PLLC, an Architecture firm specializing in Residential Architecture and Virtual Reality. He has authored two books, “Contractors CANNOT Build Your House,” and “Six Months Now, ARCHITECT for Life.” He is an Assistant Professor at Alfred State College and has served as the Director of Government Affairs and as the Director of Education for the AIA Rochester Board of Directors. Always eager to help anyone understand the world of Architecture, he hosts the New Books Network – Architecture podcast, is an NCARB Licensing Advisor and helps coach candidates taking the Architectural Registration Exam. btoepfer@toepferarchitecture. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/american-studies

Restitutio
453 Dale Tuggy Comments on Debate with William Lane Craig

Restitutio

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 40:10


Last week Dale Tuggy discussed William Lane Craig's theory about the Trinity for an hour. In one sense this was a momentous occasion when two heavy-hitting philosophers got into the ring to duke it out. In another sense, the limited constraint of one hour barely gave either much time to warm up or process the other's position, much less land any serious blows. Still, it was a worthwhile exchange and it has already received over 5,000 views in its first week on YouTube. In this followup interview, I ask Dr. Tuggy about his impression of the exchange, his further thoughts on Craig's somewhat controversial Trinity theory, and how he would reply if given more time to engage with the "deity of Christ" texts. If you haven't yet listened to the debate, you can get it on YouTube or if you prefer audio, listen to Tuggy's Trinities podcast, episode 349. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bj_WLXoL90I —— Links —— Here's the original debate between Dale Tuggy and William Lane Craig on YouTube, on the Trinities podcast Check out these other interviews with Dr. Tuggy More debates here Check out the One God Over All class, which provides you with an introduction to unitarian theology as well as explanations to commonly misunderstood texts. Support Restitutio by donating here Designate Restitutio as your charity of choice for Amazon purchases Join our Restitutio Facebook Group and follow Sean Finnegan on Twitter @RestitutioSF Leave a voice message via SpeakPipe with questions or comments and we may play them out on the air Intro music: Good Vibes by MBB Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported (CC BY-SA 3.0) Free Download / Stream: Music promoted by Audio Library. Who is Sean Finnegan?  Read his bio here

Trinities
podcast 349 – Craig-Tuggy dialogue on trinitarian vs. unitarian theologies

Trinities

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 59:55


Discussing trinitarian vs. unitarian Christian theologies with Dr. William Lane Craig.

Unitarian Christian Alliance
57. Emotional Abuse - Cara Shope

Unitarian Christian Alliance

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 59:02


Recognizing and dealing with a subtle form of abuse vs. the sincere desire to honor marriage. RESOURCES Scriptural Study Groups of Central Ohio Nouthetic counseling BibleProject Podcast Restitutio One God Report 2022 UCA Conference Registration LINKS FOR ADDITIONAL READING 5 Myths the Church Often Believes About Domestic Violence Message to a Baptist Church: You Preached Death to the Hearts of One Hundred Women Today 1-in-4 Highly Religious U.S. Marriages Have Abuse Four Things the Church Doesn't know About Abusive Marriages NCADV National Abuse Statistics Confronting Domestic Violence with Love and Authority EPISODE INDEX (05:44) The interview, introductions (09:08) The problem (12:31) Religions amplification (13:39) A Part-time job (16:01) Isolating (17:08) Men abused, too (17:44) Counseling (19:51) Who am I trying to please? (20:50) The move out (21:34) Unitarian beliefs (22:07) Theology text landmines (22:52) Fired before starting (23:48) Understanding emotional abuse (25:34) Gaslighting (26:46) Projection (28:53) Word salad (30:14) Hoovering (31:16) One in three (32:25) Blame shifting (32:50) Playing the victim (33:27) Control + isolation (35:00) What do we do? (36:09) Gray and yellow rock (39:22) Convincing them? (41:00) Staying married (41:53) Counseling (43:12) God's heart (45:51) Teaching caveat (47:27) Current helping efforts (49:47) Cara and the next UCA conference (51:27) UCA announcement (52:22) New event in Indiana (53:10) Tim from Virginia (55:05) Boat and crew example FEEDBACK Say it like you mean it. Give your first name and your state or country. "Hello, it's Thomas from Microsoft. I regret to inform you that your computer is compromised, but you are fortunate I've called. I will gladly give up hours of my life to fix it for you. Just let me remotely connect..." Email podcast@unitarianchristianalliance.org Click here to RECORD A MESSAGE Or call: 615-581-1158 Or just record yourself and email me the audio file LISTENING TIPS Pauses and pacing are hand crafted, artisan efforts. If your podcast app lets you remove silences, please don't. You will enjoy this better with the silences left in. ENGAGE The UCA Podcast email list! Large and enjoyable episode art, additional thoughts from the host, and notifications when there are delays. The UCA events listing. Keep up on what's coming up. Twitter @UCApodcast - Episode announcements Podcast Webpage: https://podcast.unitarianchristianalliance.org

THE BAER TRUTH: Bible study subjects and messages by Daniel Baer
THE GODHEAD 24: ANSWERS TO UNITARIAN ARGUMENTS AGAINST THE PRE-EXISTENCE OF CHRIST Part 2

THE BAER TRUTH: Bible study subjects and messages by Daniel Baer

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2022 44:57


24Answers to Unitarian Arguments Against the Pre-Existence of Christ Part 2