99 episodios

Think, laugh and learn through questions, connections and reflections with your hosts the Irreverent Reverend, Keith Long, and a man of principles, (Middle School) Principal Greg Heinecke.

God Fodder Keith Long

    • Cultura y sociedad

Think, laugh and learn through questions, connections and reflections with your hosts the Irreverent Reverend, Keith Long, and a man of principles, (Middle School) Principal Greg Heinecke.

    S3, E2: Habits 2.0

    S3, E2: Habits 2.0

    Do you want to change? How's that going for you? Greg and Keith take on a favorite subject as they make a habit of talking habits. This episode features some great source material from Hidden Brain (Dec 30, 2019 "Creatures of Habits") and one of our all-time fave reads "Switch: How to Change Things When Change is Hard" by Chip and Dan Heath. If you've ever set out to tweak a routine or break a bad habit only to sabotage yourself or experience failure, this is for you! Come along for a listen, test yourself in the hot seat and experience a new segment "The Futures Past." Thanks for checking out the show, join us again next time as we discuss cheating, lies and deception, sharing what we've learned and adding some value to the world.

    • 38 min
    S3, E1: Origins

    S3, E1: Origins

    Where did we come from? Why does it matter? Kicking off a new season of God Fodder, hosts Greg and Keith pull from a variety of sources to bring to light the fascinating questions and discoveries of human's origins over the eons. Test your knowledge of ancient humanity from Lucy to the Homo habilis and whether hobbits ever existed--this is a show for the critical-thinker and curious alike. Source material thanks to:
    God: A Human History by Reza Aslan
    “Cave of the Jaguar God” (Overheard at Nat Geo podcast)
    The Meaning of Human Existence by Edward O. Wilson
    What Explains the Rise of Humans? by Yuval Noah Harai (TED Talk, June 2015), historian/author
    The Search for Humanity’s Roots by Zeray Alemseged (TED Talk, June 2007), paleoanthropologist
    Please join us again next time when we will ask more questions, explore further connections, and share our reflections to add a little value to the world.

    • 37 min
    Best Of Fodder

    Best Of Fodder

    S2, E24: In our final episode of our second season we pull out the stops and break down where we've been and what stood out most from the past year. From the Top Fodder (most listener downloads/plays) to each of our favorite shows to some fun "who said it" trivia--plus what's next in 2020 for season 3--maybe I'm biased, but this might be the BEST show of the season! Thanks for tuning in, maybe it's time you give us that five star rating you've been thinking about? If not, there's always next year.

    • 42 min
    Wisdom Fodder

    Wisdom Fodder

    S2, E23, Back into the deep, dark end of the pool we go with a fascinating exploration of "Living Myth - The Paths of Wisdom" (November 27, 2019) as Michael Meade wows us again in just a 19 minute episode in this weeks Pod Fodder discussion. In the spirit of another Star Wars movie coming out this month, Greg shows off his chops in the hot seat in Keith's original quiz "Buddha, Star Wars or Someone Else" and after that we nerd out in a new segment sure to get your wheels spinning, too.

    • 32 min
    Sleep Fodder

    Sleep Fodder

    Season 2: Episode 22 Greg and Keith give you the podcast cliff notes for the 2017 gem from Hidden Brain "Eyes Wide Open, Parts 1 & 2" to help the health conscious, lovers of sleep (and especially you night owls not sleeping). Join us for a deep dive into the mystery of what is either the "most remarkably beneficial gift" or the "biggest mistake" of our evolutionary history: Sleep. Why do we sleep? What happens? How much should you really get? Can you make it up after being deprived? Thanks for listening, we sure hope you won't lose any sleep over this one---because it's more important than eating--really!

    • 39 min
    Death Fodder

    Death Fodder

    We've all encountered it in one form or a thousand, in this episode we tackle the heavy subject of death, loss and grief with our usual informative, light-hearted and inquisitive style. Tune in and see how much you think you know about death and burial in the Hot Seat quiz, hear some book/movie and podcast recommendations and then expand and deepen with us through some good pod fodder from "It Just Happens" from the podcast "Terrible, Thanks for Asking." If you're looking for a great resource on your grief, I've written a review of the book "It's OK that you're not OK" by Megan Devine, which can be found here: https://becoming-anew.blogspot.com/2018/08/ok-youre-not-ok.html
    Thanks for listening!

    • 40 min

Top podcasts de Cultura y sociedad

Otros usuarios también se han suscrito a