“Is it ever ok for a leader to call a woman a dog?”
Last week President Trump called a former staff member a dog among other insults. Both sides of the isle have chimed in as they usually do, aligning with their own traditionsand preferences.
In today’s broadcast, we explore a very confusing story where Jesus calls a foreign woman a dog. What first appears as apathy and insult opens up a story that will free us from our juvenile bigotry and unredeemed pain.
Join me now as we see past the insult into its intended audience, namely those that would ignore the commandment to love for the sake of their tradition and tribe.
“Did the rock band AC/DC get it right? Is there a Highway to Hell?”
Today we return to our examination of bible stories with the goal of hearing them again for the very first time. Religion has latched on to the ultimate binary of Heaven and Hell an has used them as a threat to create fear and make converts.
But what if there is another framework through which we can see these teachings? In today’s broadcast we import last weeks framework of the Fake Id to reveal some surprising nuances that will hopefully awaken us from our anesthesia.
Join me now as we see beyond the gates, and discover the suffering of a living hell, which emerges from not knowing our true name.
In today’s broadcast I offer a simple quiz to see if we are living with a fake I.D. I also show just how pervasive the false self is within our lives and religion as well as social sciences are on a quest to our true self.
Join me now as we take a bunch of psychobabble and quickly turn it on its head as we see beyond our pseudonym and learn what ultimately happens to everything false.
In today’s broadcast I show how all religions offer a framework that is supposed to allow us to “meet God.” But many times we get enamored or distracted with the container and end up missing the contents. I’ll prove that meeting God is not something that requires religion and is something that should never be used as a threat.
Join me now as we see beyond our theological frameworks and look closer at the everyday experiences with God that we call something else.