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Mahabharata Podcast
by Lawrence Manzo
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I'm excited to announce that the first episode of my podcast about the Mahabharata is now available. There are more episodes to come shortly. This one is just a brief introduction to let you know what this project is all about.
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Topics: Ancient India, Epic, Mahabharata, Podcast, India, Mahabharat
Mahabharata Podcast
by Lawrence Manzo
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The story begins. In this episode I describe how the Mahabharata begins, with the storyteller Ugrasravas telling the hermits in the forest about the great Snake Sacrifice of King Janamejaya, and how Vyasa's composition was told during the festivities.
Topics: Janamejaya, Mahabharata, Naimisha Forest, Snake Sacrifice, Ugrasravas
Mahabharata Podcast
by Lawrence Manzo
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The episodes are getting a little longer now, as the stories get more detailed. Before the book gets to the "direct line" of characters, it takes a bit of a detour to introduce some of the important ancestors in the Bharata Dynasty. These include Bharata himself, plus his ancestor Yayati (and his son Puru), as well as Bharata's descendent Kuru. The sketches are in fact quite brief, and the lengthy portions are generally about very specific aspects of their lives. In the case of...
Topics: Bharata, Dushanta, Kuru, Puru, Shakuntala, Yayati
Mahabharata Podcast
by Lawrence Manzo
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This is the final piece that brings us around, back to the beginning. We covered some of this territory before, back in Episode 2, but at the time, it was hard to explain that Parikshit was Arjun's grandson and that Takshaka had an ancient feud with the dynasty going back to the fire at the Khandava Forest. Also, back then we were anxious to get going with the story itself, and all the digressions with angry brahmins and talking snakes only made things confusing at the time. So now we have...
Topics: Astika, Janemejaya, Parikshit, Takshaka, Ugrashravas, Vaishampayana, Vasuki
Culture and Ethnicity in the Ancient Mediterranean Podcast
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Here I discuss how the gospel of Luke portrays Jesus as a prophet like Elijah, which also entails presenting Jesus as a saviour to the poor and marginalized of society (part 1 of 2). In this first part, I provide some important background for understanding this two volume work, Luke-Acts, both as ancient biography and as ancient history-writing.
Topics: early Christianity, new testament, bible, gospel of luke, gospels, jesus, ancient history,...
LoadingReadyRun
by LoadingReadyRun
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An in-studio interview with Ball Hinkley, Richter's new flight, on-location arts reporting, and Derek interviews Bertha Burpwinter.
Topics: loadingreadyrun, comedy, funny, sketch comedy, improv, radio, nightvale, hilarious, nsburg,...
Mahabharata Podcast
by Lawrence Manzo
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This episode is the first in a series that will break away from the Mahabharata and use the Bhagavata Purana as the primary source instead. This is necessary if you want to find out Krishna's life stories. Up until the Pandavas meet Krishna at Draupadi's Swayamvara, no mention is made of Krishna's birth, childhood, or rise to power. That information is only available in other books, and the main source is the Bhagavata Purana. The first time I read a faithful translation of the Mahabharata, I...
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Topics: Devayani, Krishna, Puru, Sarmishta, Shukra, Vrishaparva, Yadu, Yayati
Shaping San Francisco - Audio Recordings
by Shaping San Francisco
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The eerie, unforgettable sound of Laughing Sal, fixture at Playland for decades, now at the Musee Mecanique.
Topics: Laughing Sal, doll, Playland
Mahabharata Podcast
by Lawrence Manzo
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This is a longer, pithy episode, covering the way the brothers decided to prevent future conflicts over their shared wife, and Arjun's subsequent adventures when he breaches those rules. Despite the punishment he receives for breaking the oath he swore, Arjun ended up having a lot of adventures and getting to know a lot of hot princesses around India. Draupadi would have been better off keeping him closer to home! So Arjun ends up coming back from his year-long exile with a new wife-- Krishna's...
Topics: Dhananjaya, Ghandiva Bow, Gudakesha, Madhusudana, Mahabharata, Partha, Vasudeva
Dr. Bruce & the Levity Zone Archive
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A selection of Dr. Bruce Damer speaking and performance photos (with Wizards Light "Science & Spirit" troupe, Android Jones and others) at conferences (Science & Nonduality, Science of Consciousness, Esalen, Universities and others) and at various festivals (Lightning in a Bottle, Symbiosis, Burning Man etc). Find many of the talks and shows pictured here at the Levity Zone Podcast at: http://www.levityzone.org and in this collection.
Topics: performance, talks, science, human history, Dr. Bruce Damer, spoken word art, DJ, VJ, dance,...
Mahabharata Podcast
by Lawrence Manzo
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Things get hot and heavy this episode, when Krishna plays a tune on his magic flute and all the girls come running. The association of religious devotion with carnal love is found in Sikhism, Sufi Islam and even mystical Christianity. I've always suspected that the idea was born in India as Bhakti and then gradually made its way westward through the Islamic world and finally into Western Christianity. It would be an interesting study-- the timelines certainly fit! Next episode, we'll get back...
Topics: Krishna, Radha, Gopi
Culture and Ethnicity in the Ancient Mediterranean Podcast
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Here I discuss how the gospel of John portrays Jesus as both the Word of God and the Son sent by the Father. I also deal with this gospel's stress on the importance of "signs" pointing to Jesus' identity and the way in which Jesus ("Lamb of God") is viewed as a fulfillment of Jewish festivals, especially Passover (part 1 of 2).
Topics: new testament, bible, gospels, gospel of John, early Christianity, Christian origins, ancient...
LoadingReadyRun
by LoadingReadyRun
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Fresh from Chult, our heroes hire a burlap-covered guide and secure lodging in the midst of a baked goods war. Support LRR: http://Patreon.com/loadingreadyrun
Topics: LoadingReadyRun, Comedy, Funny, LRR, Roleplay, tabletop, Dice Friends, Dragon's Orders, DnD,...
Mahabharata Podcast
by Lawrence Manzo
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We begin the famous holy book, the Bhagavad Gita. The scene for this revelation is the midst of the fateful battlefield of Kurukshetra. Arjun surveys the field, seeing his relatives, friends, cousins, uncles, elders and gurus, all ready to draw each other's blood and die for the sake of his dynastic dispute. For the good guys to win, Arjun will personally be responsible for the death of the people he respects the most in the whole world. He simple cannot go on with it. Arjun drops his bow and...
Topics: Bhagavad Gita, Krishna, Arjun, Arjuna
Culture and Ethnicity in the Ancient Mediterranean Podcast
by Philip A. Harland
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In this first episode on Paul and his communities, we look at autobiographical statements by Paul as a way of introducing Paul and his letters from an historical perspective. This is part of series one (Paul and his Communities) of the Religions of the Ancient Mediterranean podcast. (Episode re-edited and improved January 29, 2009.)
Topics: history, early christianity, new testament, apostle paul, religion, ancient history, early...
Mahabharata Podcast
by Lawrence Manzo
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News of Kicaka's death reaches the neighboring kingdoms, and precipitates an attack from the Trigartas and the Kauravas. Virata sends his entire force against the Trigartas and leaves the rest of the country open for the Kuru's sneak attack. Kanka, Balava and the twins are all recuited into the army, but Brhannala is left at home. Thus, it is up to the young crown prince and the eunuch to rescue the kingdom from invasion. As they are riding out to meet the Kurus, the 13th year of exile comes to...
Topics: Susharman, Trigarta
Timothy Leary's Library
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A collection of photos, screen shots, posters, avatar worlds and project images of Dr. Bruce Damer. Feel free to remix and use in your projects but please honor our Creative Commons noncommercial share alike attribution 3.0 license. For more information on Dr. Bruce see http://www.damer.com
Topics: Dr. Bruce Damer, avatars, virtual worlds, NASA, space, EvoGrid
Culture and Ethnicity in the Ancient Mediterranean Podcast
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Here I continue to discuss how the gospel of John portrays Jesus as both the Word of God and the Son sent by the Father (part 2 of 2).
Topics: jesus, bible, new testament, gospels, gospel of John, ancient history, early christianity,...
Peon Podcasts
by Jay J. Bidwell
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JAYvorites has returned with an ALL-STAR collection of clips! Volume 4 is here to help you rediscover all your favorite moments from Episodes 66-85 of 'Hard 2 Swallow with Jay J. Bidwell'. introduction recorded 10-5-2016 with Jay J. Bidwell
Topics: jayvorites, jay, jay bidwell, jay j. bidwell, acting, podcast, comedy, funny, best, best of, clip,...
Culture and Ethnicity in the Ancient Mediterranean Podcast
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Here I explore other building blocks of Satan's story from Israelite culture by looking at arrogant foreign kings and angels or messengers of God in the Hebrew Bible.
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Topics: Satan, Judaism, Israelite culture, Hebrew Bible, Devil, religion, ancient history
Culture and Ethnicity in the Ancient Mediterranean Podcast
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This fourth episode is part one of three that look at the followers of Jesus at Corinth through Paul's letter known as 1 Corinthians in the New Testament. After discussing the city of Corinth, I go on to consider the history of Paul's interactions with these Christians, which was characterized by rocky relations. Then we delve into the situation among the Corinthians that led Paul to write his letter, primarily the issue of social and religious divisions within the Jesus groups at Corinth (in 1...
Topics: early Christianity, christian origins, apostle paul, 1 corinthians, corinth, greco-roman world,...
This episode is the first of three that introduce key historical sources and problems in reconstructing the life of a peasant from Galilee, the historical Jesus. This is part of series 5 (The Historical Jesus in Context) of the Religions of the Ancient Mediterranean podcast.
Topics: early Christianity, jesus, historical jesus, judaism, christian origins
Culture and Ethnicity in the Ancient Mediterranean Podcast
by Philip A. Harland
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Here I discuss two main groups of opponents combated by Ignatius of Antioch in his letters to followers of Jesus in Asia Minor (Turkey): Docetic and Judaizing opponents (part 1 of 2). This episode introduces Ignatius (who wrote in the early second century) and explains the position of his docetic opponents, who thought that Jesus only appeared to be human when in fact he was a divine being. This is part of series 3 ("Diversity in Early Christianity: 'Heresies' and Struggles") of the...
Topics: early Christianity, heresies, new testament, bible, apostolic fathers, ignatius of antioch,...
Knox County Public Library
by Knox County Public Library
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Dr. Matt Harris discusses A Fine Mess: A Global Quest for a Simpler, Fairer and More Efficient Tax System by T. R. Reid in this recording of a Books Sandwiched In program of Knox County Public Library (Knoxville, Tennessee).
Topics: Taxation, Income tax
Culture and Ethnicity in the Ancient Mediterranean Podcast
by Philip A. Harland
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This second episode looks at the situation among followers of Jesus at Thessalonica in Macedonia in the mid-first century. Considering the ethnic and social makeup of the earliest Christians, this episode also discusses two main problems faced by these followers of Jesus: “afflictions” and the death of fellow-followers of Jesus. This prepares the way for episode three, which will look at how Paul responds to this situation in his letter, known as 1 Thessalonians in the New Testament. This...
Topics: history, Christianity, early christianity, christian origins, new testament, judaism, apostle paul,...
Culture and Ethnicity in the Ancient Mediterranean Podcast
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Here I discuss some introductory issues regarding the gospels, including their status as ancient biographies or portraits of Jesus and the literary relationships among the synoptic gospels. This sets the stage for an historical and literary study of portraits of Jesus in Mark, Matthew, Luke, and John. This episode is part of series two ("Early Christian Portraits of Jesus") of the Religions of the Ancient Mediterranean podcast, which is connected with the blog of the same name at
Topics: Jesus, early christianity, ancient biographies, gospels, synoptic gospels, ancient history,...
Culture and Ethnicity in the Ancient Mediterranean Podcast
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This fifth episode continues discussion of the situation at Corinth as reflected in chapters 6-15 of 1 Corinthians, dealing with problems that arose due to the socially superior position of some Corinthian Christians and the spiritually superior claims of others. This episode is part of series one ("Paul and his Communities") of the Religions of the Ancient Mediterranean podcast.
Topics: early Christianity, new testament, bible, 1 corinthians, christian origins, greco-roman religion,...
Building Bridges: Your Community & Labor Report
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Building Bridges: Your Community and Labor Report National Edition Produced by Ken Nash and Mimi Rosenberg ****************************************** Have Black Lives Ever Mattered? A Book Party Curated by author Mumia Abu-Jamal with Mumia Abu-Jamal Dr. Gerald Horne, author of over 30 books on radical Black history Pan Africa, MOVE and International Concerned Friends of Mumia Abu-Jamal Johanna Fernandez, Professor of History, Baruch College of CUNY Ash Williams, activist/Charlotteâs Uprising...
Topics: Have Black Lives Ever Mattered? by Mumia Abu-Jamal: Mumia Abu-Jamal, Mumia Abu-Jamal police...
Free Reads
by James Patrick Kelly
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This story was first published in Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine in June of 1998. It is read by the author.
Topics: aliens, marsupials, gender, science fiction, parents
The Retroist Podcast
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On this week's show we talk about the greatest film about a world run by apes, 1968's "Planet of the Apes".  I talk about how easily distracted I am by anything Planet of the Apes related when they are on the television.   Then I talk about the book, the people in front of and behind the camera, the music, plot and much much more.  I am joined again by Vic Sage who does another great "Why Should I know this Person".  This week, Vic tells you why you should know the very...
Topics: retro, nostalgia, movies, planet of the apes
Slaughter Film
by Slaughter Film
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Warning! There may be language used in this Slaughter Film podcast that is not suitable for all listeners. This week the Horror Duo discuss a pair of films that are filled to the brim with filth, and murder, and farts! Forest takes on the newly released Criterion Collection edition of John Waters' Multiple Maniacs . Cory shares his appreciation for the recent cult favorite The Greasy Strangler . Forest also shares his thoughts on the newest Spielberg film Ready Player One and explores what may...
Topics: Slaughter Film, podcast, horror, indie, Multiple Maniacs, John Waters, The Greasy Strangler
GFQ Network
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Details of Microsoft's Surface Tablet leak. Andrew Zarian and Paul Thurrott discuss the the details and the logic behind using Intel Pentium processors in the device. New concept images of Microsoft's foldable Andromeda device also leak out. Does a foldable device make sense for anybody? And Andrew explains how his Macbook keeps shocking him.
Topics: microsoft, surface tablet, microsoft surface, intel pentium, andromeda rumors, foldable phone,...
Psychedelia
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Psychedelia Collection Photos of Terence McKenna, Brenda Laurel, Myron Krueger, Omega Institute, early 1990s (1991 or 1992). Photos taken by Galen Brandt
Topics: Psychedelia, Timothy Leary, Brenda Laurel, Myron Krueger
The El Wayno Loco Show
by El Wayno Loco
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Four hours; four sets. 1st Set: Freeform DJing (or: El Wayno Loco spins for you!) 2nd Set: Long, long, long - Eight songs in one hour. 3rd Set: Set from 20 July 2008 - Yes, 2008. Just found the set list. 4th Set: Post Road Downs - Songs about roads. Music in this episode of The El Wayno Loco Show comes from Queen, Nicole Kidman, Jim Broadbent, Anthony Weigh, Cast of "Wicked", Florence + The Machine, Ryan Adams, Talk Talk, Heaven 17, David Bowie, ABC, Donald Fagen, The Bird and The...
Topics: The El Wayno Loco Show, Go My Bail, Queen, Nicole Kidman, Jim Broadbent, Anthony Weigh, Cast of...
Culture and Ethnicity in the Ancient Mediterranean Podcast
by Philip A. Harland
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Here I set the stage for the study of specific Nag Hammadi and related writings by outlining in broad terms some common denominators or assumptions in the range of worldviews traditionally labeled "gnostic". This includes discussion of the Middle Platonic assumptions of many authors. I also deal with the importance of knowledge (gnosis) in the understanding of how salvation from the material realm, which was created by an inferior god, takes place. This is part of series 3...
Topics: early christianity, ancient history, gnosticism, gnostic, christian origins, plato, platonic...
Here I sketch out our main sources for the study of diverse Christian groups or "heresies" in the second and third centuries, including discussion of the early Christian Apocrypha, the Nag Hammadi writings, and the Church Fathers, or patristic writings. This is part of series 3 ("Diversity in Early Christianity: 'Heresies' and Struggles") of the Religions of the Ancient Mediterranean podcast.
Topics: early Christianity, apocrypha, nag hammadi, gnosticism, gnostic, church fathers, patristic, new...
Culture and Ethnicity in the Ancient Mediterranean Podcast
by Philip A. Harland
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This episode looks at the situation at Rome in the mid-first century that led Paul to write the letter to the Romans, now in the New Testament. In particular, I delve into the purposes in Paul writing and his focus on what he sees as ethnic divisions between Greeks and Judeans in the groups of Jesus-followers. It appears that certain Greek or Gentile followers of Jesus were looking down upon Judean Jesus-followers who were concerned with following the law, including avoidance of foods...
Topics: early Christianity, bible, new testament, apostle paul, romans, judaism, christian origins
The El Wayno Loco Show
by El Wayno Loco
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This is dedicated to the 32nd South By Southwest Music Conference and Hoe-Down in Austin, Texas USA. It includes music from folks playing at "Mojo's Mayhem" at The Continental Club ; and lots of folks playing the conference who are in the EWL Music Collection . Enjoy! Music in this episode is from The Allen Oldies Band, Rick Broussard's Two Hoots and A Holler, Jon Dee Graham, James McMurtry, Shoulders, Mojo Nixon and The Toad Liquors, Shinyribs, Whitney Rose. Ray Wylie Hubbard, Lukas...
Topics: The El Wayno Loco Show, SXSW 2018, The Continental Club, Austin Texas, The Allen Oldies Band, Rick...
Slaughter Film
by Slaughter Film
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This week the Horror Duo take a look at a pair of films about painters who suffer for their artistic visions. Forest discusses Able Ferrara's gritty indie directorial debut, The Driller Killer - about a man who kills bums with a battery powered drill. Cory covers yet another Herschell Gordon Lewis film, Color Me Blood Red , which is the third of his Blood Trilogy. They also chat about shopping at a soon to be closed Toys R Us, movie collection storage, what to expect from Rob Zombie's 3 From...
Topics: Slaughter Film, podcast, horror, slasher, The Driller Killer, Color Me Blood Red, Able Ferrara,...
Culture and Ethnicity in the Ancient Mediterranean Podcast
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Here I conclude the discussion of Ignatius by discussing his Judaizing opponents, who advocated certain Jewish beliefs and practices. I also deal with Ignatius' strategies in combating groups he considered heretical. This is part of series 3 ("Diversity in Early Christianity: 'Heresies' and Struggles") of the Religions of the Ancient Mediterranean podcast.
Topics: early Christianity, christian origins, new testament, bible, ignatius of antioch, heresies, history
Psychedelia
by Mark Jacobson, Esquire Magazine
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Psychedelia: 1992 Terence McKenna article in Esquire Magazine titled "Is Terence McKenna the brave prophet of the next psychedelic revolution, or is his cosmic egg just a little bit cracked?"
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Shaping San Francisco - Audio Recordings
by Shaping San Francisco
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This is an excerpt from a 2 hour interview, part of the Shaping San Francisco "Ecology Emerges" oral history collection, with long-time San Francisco environmental writer Harold Gilliam. In this short clip he tells how he was lured to Washington DC to work for the Stewart Udall Interior Dept. under LBJ, where he was able to help derail plans to run a northern Bay Bridge from apx. Telegraph Hill to Angel Island to a new freeway up the Tiburon Peninsula.
Topics: Freeways, bridges, San Francisco, US Dept. of Interior, Stewart Udall, Angel Island
¡Ni los dichos de la gente podran detenernos!¡Porque es martes y SpreadShotNews Podcast ya llegó! En este episodio: Maxi finaliza el Ni no Kuni II y empieza a picotear Bayonetta 2 y Hyrule Warriors Definitive Edition. Nico por su parte termina el God of War y arranca Horizon: Zero Dawn junto con Metroid: Fusion. Debido a que nos dedicamos a leer todo el feedback del programa pasado, hoy tenemos un Rapid-Fire XL con varias noticias sobre Valve, Microsoft, Bethesda y Sony. Para finalizar, el...
Topics: Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom, Bayonetta 2, Hyrule Warriors Definitive Edition, God of War...
This episode is the third of three that introduce key historical sources and problems in reconstructing the life of a peasant from Galilee, the historical Jesus. This is part of series 5 (The Historical Jesus in Context) of the Religions of the Ancient Mediterranean podcast.
Topics: early christianity, jesus, historical jesus, judaism, new testament
Culture and Ethnicity in the Ancient Mediterranean Podcast
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This episode concludes the discussion of followers of Jesus at Corinth with a focus on Paul's response to the situation (in 1 Corinthians). Here we see Paul's education in Greco-Roman methods of rhetoric or argumentation. Paul's arguments for unity and against divisions provide a clear example of deliberative rhetoric, comparable to political speeches by the likes of Dio Chrysostom. This episode is part of series one ("Paul and his Communities") of the Religions of the Ancient...
Topics: early christianity, new testament, 1 corinthians, apostle paul, christian origins, ancient judaism,...
Culture and Ethnicity in the Ancient Mediterranean Podcast
by Philip A. Harland
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Here I continue to delve into the opponents in John's epistles (part 2 of 2). These epistles provide evidence of an early Christian schism over how to view Jesus' humanity. This is part of series 3 ("Diversity in Early Christianity: 'Heresies' and Struggles") of the Religions of the Ancient Mediterranean podcast.
Topics: early Christianity, bible, new testament, heresies, christian origins
LoadingReadyRun
by LoadingReadyRun
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The crew talks about decks that just aren't quite there, and games where defeat was snatched from the jaws of victory. Support LRR: http://Patreon.com/loadingreadyrun Alex Steacy — @alexsteacy Jeremy White — @jrhwhite Liam Coughlan — @canhighlander Serge Yager — @sergeyager Canadian Highlander Points List: https://canadianhighlander.wordpress.com/rules-the-points-list-and-deck-construction/ Canadian Highlander Website: https://canadianhighlander.wordpress.com/ Canadian Highlander...
Topics: loadingreadyrun, comedy, funny, mtg, magic, the gathering, highlander, canadian, canlander
Psychedelia
by Ken Goffman/RU Sirius et al.
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Rare edition of Reality Hackers Vol 1 No 2 from July 1987. Berkeley, CA.
Topics: Reality Hackers, Cyberculture, Interactivity, Drugs
Culture and Ethnicity in the Ancient Mediterranean Podcast
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This third episode looks at Paul's response to followers of Jesus at Thessalonica, including his attempt to comfort these socially dislocated Christians, his use of familial language to build up their identity, and his use of praising (demonstrative) rhetoric. It also begins to consider Paul as an apocalyptic Judean. This episode is part of series one ("Paul and his Communities") of the Religions of the Ancient Mediterranean podcast.
Topics: early Christianity, judaism, new testament, 1 thessalonians, apostle paul, early christianity,...
The El Wayno Loco Show
by El Wayno Loco
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This episode consists entirely of new additions to The El Wayno Loco Collection , circa December 2017. Hope you enjoy the selections. Happy New Year! There are four sets in this episode:  "A Few New Soundtrack Samples/Covering George" "New All ATX Album" "New Broadcasts 2017 CD sampler" "New Things You May Not Know" Music in this episode is from Andre Desplat, Danny Elfman, Blake Neely, The Peterson Brothers, Gary Clarke Jr. & Junkie XL, Fantasms,...
Topics: The El Wayno Loco Show, Shock Of The New, Andre Desplat, Danny Elfman, Blake Neely, The Peterson...
The El Wayno Loco Show
by El Wayno Loco
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Along with the recent renovation of The EWL Studio comes new equipment. El Wayno Loco has been getting to know the new gear: two Stanton C.402 compact disc players. These are top of line players, the same type used by professional radio stations. Have a closer listen to this and further shows; the fidelity has increased due to higher oversampling rates. Every time audio technology improves, El Wayno Loco wants to go back into the collection and listen to everything all over again, because it...
Topics: The El Wayno Loco Show, Listening To Everything, China Crisis, Blancmange, Heaven 17, Nik Kershaw,...
Culture and Ethnicity in the Ancient Mediterranean Podcast
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This final episode in series 1 concludes the discussion of the Acts of Paul and Thecla in relation to the Pastoral epistles, addressing the ways in which Paul was used within debates about womens' leadership in second century groups of Jesus-followers. This is the final episode in series 1. Series 2 will take an historical and literary look at the gospels in terms of "Portraits of Jesus in Early Christianity". This episode is part of series one ("Paul and his Communities")...
Topics: early Christianity, history, Christian origins, new Testament, bible, acts of paul and thecla,...
Culture and Ethnicity in the Ancient Mediterranean Podcast
by Philip A. Harland
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Here I explore Marcionite forms of Christianity, which contrast significantly to the Judean forms discussed in the previous episode. Followers of Marcion believed that the legalistic God of the Hebrew Bible was to be distinguished from the loving, unknown Father-God who sent Jesus, and that Law was opposed to Gospel. This is part of series 3 ("Diversity in Early Christianity: 'Heresies' and Struggles") of the Religions of the Ancient Mediterranean podcast.
Topics: marcion, heresies, diversity, early Christianity, christian origins, ancient history
LoadingReadyRun
by LoadingReadyRun
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We kick off 2018 here on TapTapConcede with our Rivals of Ixalan Preview card then it's time to put yet another dent in our Crack-A-Pack collection. Support LoadingReadyRun: http://www.patreon.com/loadingreadyrun Card Kingdom Affiliate Link: http://www.cardkingdom.com/lrr
Topics: LoadingReadyRun, LRR, Comedy, Podcast, TapTapConcede, TTC, Magic: The Gathering, MtG
The El Wayno Loco Show
by El Wayno Loco
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Not really, but it does describe this episode of The El Wayno Loco Show. The first set draws on some recent additions to The EWL Soundtrack Collection . The balance of the show consists of songs with "Rock" of some sort in the title: Rock, Rock & Roll, Rockinghorse, Rock 'N' Roll, Rocksteady, for example. Music in this episode of The El Wayno Loco Show is from Simon & Garfunkel, The Kinks, Peter, Paul and Mary, The Dynamics, Garland Jeffreys, Michael Jackson, ELO, Cake, David...
Topics: The El Wayno Loco Show, Scored Some Rock!, Simon & Garfunkel, The Kinks, Peter, Paul and Mary,...
Marvin Suicide Podcast
by www.marvinsuicide.org
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The last weekly edition of this rubbish programme.
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Here I discuss the way in which people in Roman times believed that gods saved them in their daily lives, focusing on the case of the healing sanctuary of Asklepios (Asclepius) at Pergamon (Pergamum). This is part of series 4 (Honouring the Gods in the Roman Empire) of the Religions of the Ancient Mediterranean podcast.
Topics: asklepios, asclepius, aesculapius, healing, roman empire, ancient religion, greco-roman religion,...
Building Bridges over WBAI Radio, 99.5FM with Mimi Rosenberg & Ken Nash Mon., December 18, 7 â 8 pm EST ***************************** Billionaires Feast on $1.5 Trillion Trump Tax Cut Leaves 99% with Scraps from their Table and Threatens Medicare, Medicaid and Social Security featuring Dean Baker, formerly was an assistant professor of economics at Bucknell University. He is currently a co-director of the Center for Economic Policy Research (CEPR) in Washington, D.C. and Alex Lawson,...
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Slaughter Film
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Warning! There may be language used in this Slaughter Film podcast that is not suitable for all listeners. This week the Horror Duo show their appreciation for the tortured souls of the Criterion Collection. Forest shares his appreciation for the spooky ghost flick Carnival of Souls . Cory revisits the works of H. G. Wells with the 1932 adaptation of Island of Dr. Moreau - The Island of Lost Souls . They also chat about the recent Barnes and Noble Criterion sale that just may have sparked an...
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LoadingReadyRun
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We counted, our collection of packs is reaching levels such that we might need to move again soon. Join James, Cameron and Nelson as they do their best to put a dent in the pile. Support LRR: http://Patreon.com/loadingreadyrun
Topics: MtG, Magic, the, gathering, tap, concede, card games, loadingreadyrun, LRR, Crack, Pack, Crack a...
The El Wayno Loco Show
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Surprised to learn there was no show called "Ladies First" in the collection. Now there is. Lovely ladies sing every song in this episode. Enjoy their dulcet tones. Music in this episode is from Nora Jane Struthers, Teri Joyce, Kacey Musgraves, Alison Krauss, Roseanne Cash, Mandy Barnett, Libbi Bosworth, Elizabeth McQueen, Kirsty MacColl, Caro Emerald, Blondie, Pretenders, Joni Mitchell, Everything But The Girl, k.d. lang, Anjani, Madeleine Peyroux, Kat Edmundson, Diana Krall, Etta...
Topics: The El Wayno Loco Show, Ladies First, Nora Jane Struthers, Teri Joyce, Kacey Musgraves, Alison...
Filibuster - The Black and Red United Podcast
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D.C. United lost their umpteenth frustrating game this season, and Jason, Adam, and Ben walk you throw it. We talk about the contrasting games that Frederic Brillant and Yamil Asad had, and ponder if Ben Olsen could change up his starters to try and get better results. We observe how Ben Olsen doesn’t really bench players like he used to a few years ago, and we have to talk about the terrible game that Allen Chapman had (even if it didn’t change the outcome much). We end the first segment...
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Culture and Ethnicity in the Ancient Mediterranean Podcast
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Here I use the region of Asia Minor (Turkey) as a case study that allows me to outline various strands and styles within Christianity in the first and second centuries. I then go on to outline our approach to studying the worldviews and practices of Christian groups and "heresies" in the second and third centuries. This is part of series 3 ("Diversity in Early Christianity: 'Heresies' and Struggles") of the Religions of the Ancient Mediterranean podcast.
Topics: early Christianity, new testament, bible, christian origins, paul, history, ancient history,...
The El Wayno Loco Show
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Another four set show - Instrumentally Speaking - A collection of songs with (mostly) no words. An Hour Of Madness - Revisiting The Former Nutty Boys New Soundtrack Shipment Received - No more for eight weeks Your Mix Is Ready - An enjoyable way to spend an hour Music in this episode of The El Wayno Loco Show is from Rick Wakeman, Enigma, Pinkunnoizu, Beck, The Un-Explained, PM Dawn, Mark Snow, Madness, Hans Zimmer, Andre Desplat, Nickel Creek, The Mastersons, The Jayhawks, BoDeans, The Cactus...
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Culture and Ethnicity in the Ancient Mediterranean Podcast
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This episode looks at the situation in Galatia that led Paul to write his letter in the mid-first century (part 1 of 2). After Paul left this region of Asia Minor, certain leaders of the Jesus movement had passed through and discovered Gentiles (non-Judeans) who were not circumcized, despite the fact they thought they belonged to this Judean (Jewish) movement. Here I explore the rationale of these opponents of Paul who advocated circumcision as an entrance requirement into the movement and as a...
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Here I delve into the issue of diversity in early Christianity by using the opponents in John's epistles as a starting point (part 1 of 2). These epistles provide evidence of an early Christian schism over how to view Jesus' humanity. This is part of series 3 ("Diversity in Early Christianity: 'Heresies' and Struggles") of the Religions of the Ancient Mediterranean podcast.
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Art Waves
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Darrell Epp is interested in "the poem as a document of its own creation, a celebration of the creative process itself".  With each collection of poems he publishes, he comes closer to realizing this.  His third book, Sinners Dance --due to be released this spring--was originally intended to be an exploration of Epp's Mennonite heritage, but the poems took him in other directions, and he let them.  They will take you on surprising journeys as well.
Topics: Staircase Theatre, Joseph Conrad, Raymond Chandler, Graham Greene, Wm. Faulkner, Somerset Maugham,...
Hacker Public Radio
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Summary: NYbill talks about flashing firmware to a Atmega328p chip to get a Transistor Tester Kit working. Source: http://hackerpublicradio.org/eps.php?id=2407 A follow up to “The Lost Episode”. Flashing the blank Atmega328p chip to get bring a nonworking Transistor Tester Kit to life. There are a lot of these kits out there. Different shapes, colors, and capabilities. In my case the kit was called a: 2578AY-AT. The firmware for this particular kit is: mega328_color_kit . Pics for the...
Topics: Electronics, kit, tester, AVR programmer, transistor
Open Metalcast
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Over the lifespan of digital music there has been a constant desire to control the copying of the data. Various watermarking and copy-protection schemes were put in place to ensure that folks wouldn't share music. But no matter how protected the data there was always a weak link between the digital realm and the realm where you could listen to music. That was referred to as the analog hole; the moment when the digital signals become sound waves that your ears and brain perceive as music....
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This and the following episode look at legacies and interpretations of Paul after his death. In particular, I use several letters written in the name of Paul (the Pastoral epistles) and a novelistic story about Paul and a woman named Thecla (Acts of Paul and Thecla) as a window into debates about leadership of women in groups of Jesus-followers in the second century. These diverging portraits of Paul can be better understood against the background of Greek and Roman criticisms of certain early...
Topics: early christianity, bible, christian origins, new testament, thecla, acts of paul and thecla,...
Culture and Ethnicity in the Ancient Mediterranean Podcast
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This second episode on Paul's letter to the Galatians looks at Paul's response to the situation involving opponents that were advocating circumcision. I discuss the apocalyptic rationale behind Paul's notion that circumcision was not an entrance requirement for Gentiles to belong to the Jesus groups. In the process, I also begin to deal with Paul's complicated positions regarding the Torah (the law) and its relation to non-Judeans. This series is part of the Religions of the Ancient...
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Hacker Public Radio
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Summary: NYbill troubleshoots a DIY kit of ken Fallon’s. Series: Hobby Electronics Source: http://hackerpublicradio.org/eps.php?id=2591 Original audio: http://archive.org/download/hpr2591/hpr2591_source.flac NYbill troubleshoots a DIY kit of Ken Fallon's. The new toy: AmScope SE400-Z (The microscope has a nice working height underneath it so you can get your hands and tools in there.) The offending chip: http://www.mccsemi.com/up_pdf/SRV05-4L(SOT23-6L).pdf Pics for the episode:...
Topics: DIY, Kit, Electronics, Troubleshooting
The El Wayno Loco Show
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Four parts to this episode: Bobbing It For Milos Putting The Razz in Razzmatazz Visiting With New Friends "Bobbing It" is a collection of Dylan covers; "For Milos" pays tribute to the late filmmaker by playing selections from the soundtrack of "Amadeus"; "Putting The Razz in Razzmatazz" is a collection of modern retro Swing (perhaps), and "Visiting With New Friends" consists of music from relatively new artists circa 2018. A little bit of this,...
Topics: The El Wayno Loco Show, Running One Up The Flagpole, Bobbing It, For Milos, Milos Forman, Putting...
Open Metalcast
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When putting together an Open Metalcast show sometimes they take on a life of their own. While I try not to make "themed" shows some sections tend to get a bit of a theme to them. Sometimes the theme is to try not to have much of a theme at all for that section and instead throw together a lot of similar yet different musical styles together. This is one such episode where each song is slightly related to the song that preceded it. But when you have a collection of artists like...
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