If spirituality, philosophy and psychology could have a baby, it would be this podcast. Hosted by Winston Janusz.
Season 1 Closing Thoughts
In this episode Winston has an announcement to share and offers some final thoughts at the close of season 1 of the podcast.
Shamanism and Christianity
In this episode, Winston meets with Daniel L. Prechtel, John R. Mabry, and Katrina Leathers, who collaborated to write the book Soul Journeys: Christian Spirituality and Shamanism as Pathways for Wholeness and Understanding. In this conversation they...
Thomas Jay Oord - The Problem of Evil and Suffering
In this episode Winston talks with theologian, philosopher and scholar Thomas Jay Oord about the problem of how God could allow evil and suffering in the world. Oord proposes a radically new way of conceptualizing God. His most recent book is entitled...
Brian McLaren - The Future of Church
In this episode, Winston talks with author, speaker, activist and public theologian Brian McLaren about his book The Great Spiritual Migration, the future of church, and how our religious institutions have the potential to help transform the world. You...
Morgan Caraway - God, Ego, and Suffering
In this episode, Morgan Caraway and Winston meet again to discuss spiritual life, having a relationship with God, how the deal with our egos, and the nature of suffering. Here is a link to the Douglas Harding exercise that Morgan referenced in the...
Barbara Brown Taylor - Holy Envy: Finding God in the Faith of Others
Barbara Brown Taylor is a best-selling author, teacher, and Episcopal priest. In 2014 TIME included her on its annual list of the 100 Most Influential People in the world. In this episode, she and Winston talk about her most recent book, Holy Envy:...
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Surely understand little logic in varied areas now
You have quality from what I’ve heard so far, you’re a passionate and well informed interviewer. Looking forward to whats to come. Probably had intentions less like I perceived.
I like that this podcast has conversations that most people don’t really engage in during everyday life. I also like the variety of subjects - it’s not JUST about one thing - it’s a mix of ALL the deep questions we wonder about and have wrestled with throughout time which is cool.
I personally enjoy hearing the different perspectives on Christianity because it helps me rethink a lot of my preconceived notions on what it means to be Christian. God can’t be fit into a neat little label and neither can life! (The podcast intro music is awesome too!)