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What is the takeaway from God: An Autobiography, and the Two Philosophers Wrestle With God series? Look at the history of all religions, God's experience with human beings, love, and ego. Unlock the mysteries of evil, suffering, and creation with an evolving God. Understand the takeaway from this revelation saved for this particular time in our and God's history.Join Scott Langdon as he connects Dr. Jerry L. Martin and Dr. Richard Oxenberg for a profound philosophical, and spiritual discussion from Two Philosophers Wrestle With God, Part One of The Takeaway.Dr. Martin is a philosopher, founding chairman of Theology Without Walls, and author of the true story God: An Autobiography, As Told To A Philosopher. Dr. Oxenberg is a professor and has many publications on ethics and religion, including On The Meaning Of Human Being: Heidegger And The Bible In Dialogue.Read God: An Autobiography, As Told To A Philosopher.Begin the dramatic adaptation of God: An Autobiography, As Told To A PhilosopherRelated Episodes: [Dramatic Adaptation] 18. God Explains Polytheism | 29. God Explains The Self Behind The Self | 39. Upset By God, I Stop Praying | 40. God Explains Infinite Worlds And Their Purpose [Two Philosophers Wrestle With God] The Essential Project Of The Divine: [Part 1]; [Part 2]Related Content: [Video] Does God Still Speak To Us? | What's Wrong With Ego? | God, What About Sin?Share Your Story | Site | Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | YouTube |
What is the most incredible story ever told? The drama that unfolds in the plot line of your life, of every individual, and in God's story. God: An Autobiography, As Told To A Philosopher, is a revelation for today, seeking spiritual truth through all religions and forms of spirituality.Join show host Scott Langdon and philosopher / author Dr. Jerry L. Martin for What's On Our Mind, a conversation about the greatest drama in history and the:Special 100th Episode- team members share their very different spiritual journeys and talk intuition, Stoicism, and religious traditions.Special Thanksgiving Episode | God's Story Revisiting the moment Jerry accepts his calling from God to share His story.What's On Your Mind | Episode: Encountering Divine Silence- a letter from reader Alex, who shares the pain of searching for God and receiving nothing.You Might Also Like:The Life Wisdom Project- What are the implications for daily living in God: An Autobiography, As Told To A Philosopher? A Lesson In Obedience with special guest Dr. Jeanine Diller.Two Philosophers Wrestle With God- Dialogue 10- The Essential Project Of The Divine [Part 1] and [Part 2] with special guest Dr. Richard OxenbergRead God: An Autobiography, As Told To A Philosopher.Begin the dramatic adaptation of God: An Autobiography, As Told To A Philosopher.Related Content: [Video] Why Did God Pick Me to Talk to? | What's Wrong With Ego? | How Do You Live With God?Share Your Story | Site | Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | YouTube |
A special episode of God: An Autobiography, The Podcast- to celebrate Thanksgiving day and genuine thankfulness for the task of sharing God's story. We are grateful to all listeners and readers and hope to inspire spiritual journeys and a stronger connection to the divine. With that gratefulness in heart, we revisit episode 9 of the dramatic adaptation of God: An Autobiography, As Told To A Philosopher, where God asks Jerry to write God's story. God shares with Jerry that religions do not tell the full story of God's development. It is time for a courageous messenger to carry this new message of an evolving God forward. Can this agnostic messenger shake his ego, and does he have enough faith to share God's story?"I felt like Dorothy swept up in a whirlwind. And poor Abigail. Would she be swept up to? Her train had finally arrived. Over dinner, I broke it to her..."Read God: An Autobiography, As Told To A Philosopher.Begin the dramatic adaptation of God: An Autobiography, As Told To A PhilosopherRelated Episodes: [Dramatic Adaptation] 9. God Asks Me To Tell His Story; [Special Episode] 50. Revisiting The Beginning Related Content: [Video] Where God asks me to tell God’s story; What Does God Sound Like?Share Your Story | Site | Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | YouTube |
Is it time for you to share your story or experience with God?How does someone looking for God handle divine silence? Dr. Jerry L. Martin, author of the true story and reporter of his communication with God, and host Scott Langdon discuss an incredibly profound letter from a reader responding to God: An Autobiography, As Told To A Philosopher.Scott shares Alex's cries of despair- a spiritual seeker fed up with getting the same response time and time again- nothing. "When guidance is sought, and nothing is heard in return, eventually, even the most patient will give up..." Jerry's compassionate response to Alex inspires a miraculous reply.This conversation takes us outside tradition and opens the mind to spirituality beyond religion. Is God saying something through a neighbor or friend, or maybe in the silence, God is saying more than one expects? What is your story? We want to hear from you!Read God: An Autobiography, As Told To A Philosopher.Begin the dramatic adaptation of God: An Autobiography, As Told To A PhilosopherRelated Episodes: [What's On Your Mind] Seeing With Divine Eyes; Is God Hiding?; Trusting God; Mindful Moments; God's Frequency; Spiritual Living; A Relationship With God; Spiritual JudgmentRelated Episodes: [Video] Why is God Hiding?; Does God Really Love Us?Share Your Story | Site | Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | YouTube |
Join the entire God: An Autobiography team celebrating a special 100th episode bringing the gift of God to readers and listeners. Hear from each team member and learn how they came to work on this project and how it has impacted their spiritual lives. "God brought us together to work together, and it is not that it was just random people applying for a job." Hear from a highly intuitive, organized producer who knew this was the job for her, a Stoic looking for purpose, searching for God, but blinded by cynicism, an actor who understands the divine relationship between God and humans in the theater of operations within life, and Dr. Jerry L. Martin, philosopher, founding chairman of Theology Without Walls, and author of the true story God: An Autobiography, As Told To A Philosopher. We hope these blessings and love, shared by the team all around, enter your ears, mind, and heart as we celebrate this incredible milestone! Read God: An Autobiography, As Told To A Philosopher.Begin the dramatic adaptation of God: An Autobiography, As Told To A PhilosopherRelated Episodes: [Dramatic Adaptation]  1. I Pray To A God I Don’t Believe In | 5. I Ask God What We Are To Him | 10. I Learn How God Reveals Himself To Humans | 26. Zoroaster Sees God’s Other SideRelated Content: [Video] Do You Have to Believe in God to Pray? Share Your Story | Site | Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | YouTube |
New Spiritual Podcast Series | The Life Wisdom ProjectJeanine asks Jerry a question that many struggle with: "For those of us who just from the outside look at it and like, why all this obey, obey, obey stuff?" So, why does God want us to obey? This philosophical and spiritual conversation between friends will provide inspirational answers that may surprise you and motivate your spiritual journey! Join the discussion that looks at how Jerry's wife, Abigail, responds when she finds out that Jerry has conversations with God. Investigate the process of spiritual transformation and the effort of discerning commands and obedience to God. The Life Wisdom Project explores lessons and insight from each chapter of God: An Autobiography, As Told To A Philosopher. From Jerry's conversations with God, the Life Wisdom Project will look at the takeaways from God and the book for everyday living. How can we live better, healthier, happier, and wiser lives?Meet Dr. Jeanine Diller, professor in the Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies at the University of Toledo. Dr. Diller and Dr. Martin have been friends since working on the Models of God and Alternative Ultimate Realities, a volume by Dr. Diller presenting the various conceptions of ultimate reality that have been advanced over the centuries and present in the world's religions today.We revisit I Worry What My Wife Will Say, the second episode of the dramatic adaptation of the book, where Creative Director and Host Scott Langdon brings the story to life with his dramatic and vocal talents as Dr. Jerry L. Martin and Dr. Martin reenacts the voice of God as he heard it.Read God: An Autobiography, As Told To A Philosopher.Begin the dramatic adaptation of God: An Autobiography, As Told To A PhilosopherRelated Episodes: [Dramatic Adaptation] I Worry What My Wife Will Say [The Life Wisdom Project] Tuning In To God | Special Guest: Dr. Jeanine DillerRelated Content: [Video] How Do You Live With God?Share Your Story | Site | Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | YouTube |
Why do we care that we die? Is time linear? Explore these questions, the relationship between ego and spirituality, and the potential for reaching the ultimate victory level. Join Scott Langdon as he connects Dr. Jerry L. Martin and Dr. Richard Oxenberg for a profound philosophical and spiritual discussion from Two Philosophers Wrestle With God, Part Two of the Essential Project Of The Divine.Dr. Martin is a philosopher, founding chairman of Theology Without Walls, and author of the true story God: An Autobiography, As Told To A Philosopher. Dr. Oxenberg is a professor and has many publications on ethics and religion including On The Meaning Of Human Being: Heidegger And The Bible In Dialogue.Read God: An Autobiography, As Told To A Philosopher.Begin the dramatic adaptation of God: An Autobiography, As Told To A PhilosopherRelated Episodes: [Dramatic Adaptation] 13. I Ask God Hard Questions About Ego And Suffering | 27. I Learn Human Effort Completes Creation | 30. I Learn Of God’s Experience With Hindu Sages | 33. God Introduces Me To Jesus | 39. Upset By God, I Stop Praying | 40. God Explains Infinite Worlds And Their Purpose | 42. God Explains Fulfillment And VictoryRelated Content: [Video] What's Wrong With Ego? Share Your Story | Site | Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | YouTube |
Religions aren't all saying the same thing, but they share glimpses of the many sides of God and point to an ultimate shared project. Join Scott Langdon as he connects Dr. Jerry L. Martin and Dr. Richard Oxenberg for a profound philosophical and spiritual dialogue from the series Two Philosophers Wrestle With God, Dialogue 10- The Essential Project Of The Divine.Dr. Jerry L. Martin is a philosopher and author of the true story God: An Autobiography, As Told To A Philosopher, and is the founding chairman of the Theology Without Walls group at the American Academy of Religion.Dr. Richard Oxenberg is a professor at Endicott College and has published several articles on ethics and theology, including his book: On The Meaning Of Human Being: Heidegger And The Bible In Dialogue.Read God: An Autobiography, As Told To A Philosopher.Begin the dramatic adaptation of God: An Autobiography, As Told To A PhilosopherRelated Episodes: [Two Philosophers Wrestle With God] Eastern Religions [Part 1] [Part 2]; World Religions [Part 1] [Part 2]Quoted Episodes From [Dramatic Adaptation] 18. God Explains Polytheism In A Way I Understand| 32. God Explains Buddha| 39. Upset By God, I Stop Praying| 40. God Explains Infinite Worlds And Their PurposeRelated Content: [Video] If God Spoke Today, What Would He Say?Share Your Story | Site | Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | YouTube | ...
Is God still communicating with us today? What has God been up to with different cultures and throughout history? It is an adventure of the most divine proportions for both Man and God, one we can only now discover in an era of global connectedness. God: An Autobiography, As Told To A Philosopher, is a revelation for today and uniquely does not dismiss other revelations and spiritual truths.By accepting God's multiplicity, taking God out of the box, and paying attention to what nurtures your soul, you may discover a deep spiritual avenue that transcends doctrines. What's On Our Mind- Show host Scott Langdon and Dr. Jerry L. Martin discuss these questions. Two Philosophers Wrestle With God- Eastern Religions- dynamic dialogues between Dr. Jerry L. Martin, reporter and author of the true story of God: An Autobiography, As Told To A Philosopher, and founding chairman of the Theology Without Walls, and Dr. Richard Oxenberg, professor of ethics and theology, and author. What's On Your Mind- Reactions and responses from the audience about their personal spiritual experiences with God. This week covers Barbara's letter of spiritual concern. The Life Wisdom Project- What are the implications for daily living in God: An Autobiography, As Told To A Philosopher? Join fascinating new guests as they discuss life lessons from the book, chapter by chapter.Read God: An Autobiography, As Told To A Philosopher.Begin the dramatic adaptation of God: An Autobiography, As Told To A Philosopher.Related Episodes: [Two Philosophers Wrestle With God] Eastern Religions [Part 1] [Part 2] [The Life Wisdom Project] Tuning In To God with Dr. Jeanine Diller; [What's On Your Mind] Spiritual JudgmentRelated Content: [Video] Does God Still Speak To Us? Share Your Story | Site | Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | YouTube |
Is it time for you to share your story and experience with God? Hear profound communications from readers responding to God: An Autobiography, As Told To A Philosopher, inspired by the pivotal moment of faith when Jerry, a philosopher, and nonbeliever, sent prayers of gratitude to the unknown. Dr. Jerry L. Martin, author of the true story and recorded communication with God in God: An Autobiography, As Told To A Philosopher, and Scott Langdon, discuss a letter of concern from reader Barbara. Jerry and Scott share some surprising responses to Barbara's letter of spiritual discernment and provide insight into historical responses to revelations and spiritual practices like praying through the scriptures. This conversation takes us outside tradition and opens the mind to spirituality beyond religion. Is God giving contrary responses to prayers, and have we already heard the last divine word? What if God has more to say to us right now? What is your story? We want to hear from you!Read God: An Autobiography, As Told To A Philosopher.Begin the dramatic adaptation of God: An Autobiography, As Told To A PhilosopherRelated Episodes: [What's On Your Mind] Trusting God; Is God Hiding?; Seeing With Divine Eyes; Mindful Moments; God's Frequency; Spiritual Living; A Relationship With God; Spiritual JudgmentRelated Episodes: [Video] Does God Still Speak To Us?; God-Centered Prayer; How Do You Live With God?Share Your Story | Site | Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | YouTube | ...
New Spiritual Podcast Series | The Life Wisdom Project- Tuning Your Radio To GodLearn of the prayers of gratitude and offers of help and service from a non-believer that ignited the conversation between God and man.The Life Wisdom Project explores lessons and insight from each chapter of God: An Autobiography, As Told To A Philosopher. From Jerry's conversations with God, the Life Wisdom Project will look at the takeaways from God and the book for everyday living. How can we live better, healthier, happier, and wiser lives?Meet Dr. Jeanine Diller, professor in the Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies at the University of Toledo. Dr. Diller and Dr. Martin have been friends since working on theModels of God and Alternative Ultimate Realities, a volume by Dr. Diller presenting the various conceptions of ultimate reality that have been advanced over the centuries and present in the world's religions today. Jeanine asks Jerry what the conditions were for him to communicate with God. The two indulge in a beautiful conversation about paying attention and the history of prayer throughout cultures. We revisit I Pray To A God I Don't Believe In, the first episode of the dramatic adaptation of the book, where Creative Director and Host Scott Langdon brings the story to life with his dramatic and vocal talents as Dr. Jerry L. Martin and Dr. Martin reenacts the voice of God as he heard it. This philosophical and spiritual conversation between friends will provide an inspirational answer that may surprise you and motivate your spiritual journey! Read God: An Autobiography, As Told To A Philosopher.Begin the dramatic adaptation of God: An Autobiography, As Told To A PhilosopherRelated Episodes: [Dramatic Adaptation] I Pray To A God I Don't Believe In Related Content: [Video]  Does God Still Speak To Us?Share Your Story | Site | Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | YouTube |
NEW SERIES | PODCAST NEWS UPDATEGod: An Autobiography, The Podcast is excited to bring you a special episode introducing the BRAND NEW SERIES- The Life Wisdom Project.The Life Wisdom Project series unites Dr. Jerry L. Martin with unique and special guests as they share a conversation about the life wisdom and reflections of the takeaways from each chapter of God: An Autobiography, As Told To A Philosopher, and episodes of the Dramatic Adaptation. What is God actually saying about how we can live our lives better?  The first episode of the Life Wisdom Project airs next Thursday with special guest Dr. Jeanine Diller- a Philosophy and Religious Studies professor at the University of Toledo. This week, we revisit I Pray To A God I Don't Believe In to celebrate and prepare for the first Life Wisdom Project’s episode.Join us next week for Jerry and Jeanine's insightful conversation on the voice of God coming to Jerry and genuine prayer.Read God: An Autobiography, As Told To A Philosopher.Begin the dramatic adaptation of God: An Autobiography, As Told To A PhilosopherRelated Episodes: [Dramatic Adaptation] I Pray To A God I Don't Believe In; [Interviews] Marriage, Philosophy, And Revelations; [The Life Wisdom Project] Tuning In To God | Special Guest: Dr. Jeanine DillerRelated Content  [Video] Is God Trying to Get Your Attention?; God Centered PrayerShare Your Story | Site | Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | YouTube | ...
Philosophical and spiritual dialogues sharing a new perspective on Eastern religions from God: An Autobiography, As Told To A Philosopher. Explore Eastern religions as experiences with God in uniquely intrinsic ways, from deep within one's self, and discover how Eastern spirituality guided human spiritual development and the growth of God's story and evolution.While Jesus and Buddha share words of empathy and compassion, Western and Eastern religions have distinctive histories with God and interact with the Divine in very different ways. Consider a new perspective on Hinduism and understand reincarnation as a learning process. Within infinite worlds and lives, each lifetime is a pursuit of Karma, or balance, utilizing Dharma as a call from each person's talents and story to achieve spiritual living.Listen to a new view on Daoism, Confucianism, and Buddhism as revelations of harmony, compassion, and empathy, but with a new insightful twist on God's perspective of Buddha's revelation.Join host Scott Langdon for this profound conversation between Dr. Jerry L. Martin and Dr. Richard Oxenberg of philosophy and religion, daring to consider God's perspective in the series Two Philosophers Wrestle With God, Dialogue 9- Eastern Religions.Dr. Jerry L. Martin is a philosopher and author of the true story, God: An Autobiography, As Told To A Philosopher and is the founding chairman of the Theology Without Walls group at the American Academy of Religion.Dr. Richard Oxenberg is a professor at Endicott College and has published numerous articles on ethics and theology, including: On the Meaning of Human Being: Heidegger and the Bible in Dialogue.Read God: An Autobiography, As Told To A Philosopher.Begin the dramatic adaptation of God: An Autobiography, As Told To A PhilosopherRelated Episodes: [Two Philosophers Wrestle With God] World Religions [Part 1] [Part 2]; The Nature of Human Beings [Part 1] [Part 2]Related Content: [Video] What is your Spiritual Autobiography? Share Your Story | Site | Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | YouTube |
Analytical and energetic philosophical and spiritual discussion of God: An Autobiography, As Told To A Philosopher- a revelatory revelation preserved for this special point in history.Jeremiah, Ramakrishna, the writers of the Upanishads, and Lao Tzu-illustrations of God's contact through unique cultural traditions, language, technology, resources, and developed consciousness. Dialogue 9 examines the impact of Eastern spirituality on the development of divine reality through transpersonal interactions with God, rather than the personal aspects of God, resulting in the actualization of distinctive aspects of God. Explore the soul, or the Atman, and imagine infinite worlds and an ultimate level uncovered through Jerry's conversations with God.Join host Scott Langdon for this profound conversation between Dr. Jerry L. Martin and Dr. Richard Oxenberg of philosophy and religion, daring to consider God's perspective in the series Two Philosophers Wrestle With God, Dialogue 9- Eastern Religions. Dr. Jerry L. Martin is a philosopher and author of the true story, God: An Autobiography, As Told To A Philosopher and is the founding chairman of the Theology Without Walls group at the American Academy of Religion.Dr. Richard Oxenberg is a professor at Endicott College and has published numerous articles on ethics and theology, including his book: On the Meaning of Human Being: Heidegger and the Bible in Dialogue.Read God: An Autobiography, As Told To A Philosopher.Begin the dramatic adaptation of God: An Autobiography, As Told To A PhilosopherRelated Episodes: [Two Philosophers Wrestle With God] World Religions [Part 1] [Part 2]; The Nature of Human Beings [Part 1] [Part 2]; The Problem of Evil [Part 2]Related Content: [Video] Where God explains the Chinese "Way" Share Your Story | Site | Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | YouTube |
Just as God adjusted communication to each culture's needs, capacities, and talents, God interacts on a personal level, expressing different aspects through each individual, pushing development, driving reality. What do prehistoric cave paintings, Chinese aesthetics, The Upanishads, and Jesus have in common? They are all examples of divine interaction within different cultures. At this point in history, a time of globalized communication, a new familiarity with diverse religions, revelations, and enlightenments across tradition and culture has inspired a renewed spiritual wisdom that God communicates in many ways. Explore this dramatic change in understanding of Divine reality and the relationship between God and humans and discover the rich spiritual meaning of life.What's On Our Mind- Show host Scott Langdon and Dr. Jerry L. Martin discuss how God develops and learns in partnership with humans through a meaningful relationship. Two Philosophers Wrestle With God- World Religions- dynamic dialogues between Dr. Jerry L. Martin, reporter and author of the true story God: An Autobiography, As Told To A Philosopher, and founding chairman of the Theology Without Walls, and Dr. Richard Oxenberg, professor of ethics and theology, and author.What's On Your Mind- Reactions and responses from readers and listeners about their personal spiritual experiences with God. Read God: An Autobiography, As Told To A Philosopher.Begin the dramatic adaptation of God: An Autobiography, As Told To A PhilosopherRelated Episodes: [Two Philosophers Wrestle With God] World Religions [Part 1] [Part 2]; [What's On Your Mind] A Relationship With GodRelated Content: [Video] Share Your Story | Site | Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | YouTube |
Hear profound communications from readers responding to God: An Autobiography, As Told To A Philosopher, inspired by the pivotal moment of faith when Jerry, a philosopher, and nonbeliever, sends prayers of gratitude to the unknown. Meet Gerald and Margaret, who share contrasting experiences and obstacles in their relationship with God. Gerald is a skeptic, dismissive of divine relation, yet open-minded enough to be a seeker of truth. Margaret can connect with God in simple yet profound ways but struggles with the relatable issue of willfulness getting in the way of purpose. Dr. Jerry L. Martin, author of the true story and recorded communication with God in God: An Autobiography, As Told To A Philosopher, and show host Scott Langdon, discuss these two letters of spiritual blocks, lessons on life, and forming a purposeful relationship with God- getting to the heart of God's reported message. If not through the mind, how does God communicate with humans? Open the mind- listen with intellect and heart as this discussion journeys to the existential edge of life. These lessons go beyond philosophy, Hegel, and Buber, and resonate with the same profound wisdom hidden in tales like The Little Prince and preserved in the purposeful willfulness of one of history's greatest treasures, Joan of Arc.Would You Like To Share Your Experience With God? We Want To Hear About Your Spiritual Journey!Read God: An Autobiography, As Told To A Philosopher.Begin the dramatic adaptation of God: An Autobiography, As Told To A PhilosopherRelated Episodes: [What's On Your Mind] Trusting God; Is God Hiding?; Seeing With Divine Eyes; Mindful Moments; God's Frequency; Spiritual Living; A Relationship With God; Spiritual JudgmentRelated Episodes: [Video] Share Your Story | Site | Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | YouTube |
Which is true- evolution or Adam and Eve? Can someone believe in Jesus without being Christian? Explore these timeless questions in part two of the conversation between philosophers Dr. Martin and Dr. Oxenberg on World Religions in Two Philosophers Wrestle With God. Investigate beyond the truths defined through sect and look deeper at the ultimate truths found in revelations.Uncover the story of Adam and Eve as a myth leading to an essential truth about the pain and suffering that results when detached from God- finally, Adam and Eve can exist with evolution. Monotheism, polytheism, and impersonal nontheistic spirituality are all a part of God's story and this conversation. Understand the Kingdom of God as the reception in the soul of God's presence leading to salvation and the world's divine history.At the heart of every religion is not the same repeated message but a unique representation and aspect of God's Self communicating with diverse and distinctive cultures throughout time, each revealing a puzzle piece to the bigger picture. The real action is here and now. The battle between good and evil is internal and external, moral and spiritual, and an ongoing struggle. However, this effort creates the story of life- a story with great purpose, integration, and harmony.Dr. Jerry L. Martin is a philosopher and author of the true story, God: An Autobiography, As Told To A Philosopher and is the founding chairman of the Theology Without Walls group at the American Academy of Religion. Dr. Richard Oxenberg is a professor at Endicott College and has published numerous articles on ethics and theology, including his book: On the Meaning of Human Being: Heidegger and the Bible in Dialogue.Read God: An Autobiography, As Told To A Philosopher.Begin the dramatic adaptation of God: An Autobiography, As Told To A PhilosopherRelated Episodes: [Two Philosophers Wrestle With God] The Nature of Human Beings [Part 1] [Part 2]; The Problem of Evil [Part 1] [Part 2]Related Content: [Video] God, What About Sin?Share Your Story | Site | Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | YouTube | ...
Join host Scott Langdon as he connects Dr. Jerry L. Martin and Dr. Richard Oxenberg in Where Two Philosophers Wrestle With God for a dialogue on World Religions, discussing God's presence and revelations throughout history and cultures. At the heart of every religion is not the same repeated message but a unique representation and aspect of God's Self communicating with diverse and distinctive cultures throughout time, each revealing a puzzle piece to the bigger picture. Time to put these pieces together and discover the Ultimate Truth.  Explore religions of the Western world like Paganism, Polytheism, and the unique revelation from Zoroastrianism- a distinctive divulgence of God's two sides and an unexplored understanding of evil. Learn more about Theology Without Walls, a project aiming to understand each religious tradition as evidence and insight from multiple traditions, leading to the ultimate truth. With insight from philosophers Wilfred Cantwell Smith, John Hick, and Aldous Huxley, examine religion in the context of perennialism philosophy. Stay tuned for part two of World Religions, released next week, to continue this vibrant conversation of God's co-evolutionary process and integration with humans, and remarkable communications with humans throughout history, culture, and religion.Dr. Jerry L. Martin is a philosopher and author of the true story, God: An Autobiography, As Told To A Philosopher and is the founding chairman of the Theology Without Walls group at the American Academy of Religion. Dr. Richard Oxenberg is a professor at Endicott College and has published numerous articles on ethics and theology, including his book: On the Meaning of Human Being: Heidegger and the Bible in Dialogue.Read God: An Autobiography, As Told To A Philosopher.Begin the dramatic adaptation of God: An Autobiography, As Told To A PhilosopherRelated Episodes: [Two Philosophers Wrestle With God] The Nature of Human Beings [Part 1] [Part 2]; The Problem of Evil [Part 1] [Part 2]Related Content: [Video] Theology WitShare Your Story | Site | Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | YouTube | ...
Consider the language of God's communications through various traditions and experiences and how best to articulate experiences with God or spiritual experiences within these confines. Learn to experience the Atman, the Self behind the Self, and God as ever-present throughout daily life- in the texture of Andrew Wyeth's paintings, Patti LuPone's legendary career as a Broadway star, and Einstein's world-changing genius.God: An Autobiography, As Told To A Philosopher is a revelation reported by Dr. Jerry L. Martin and offers a unique narrative account of God's experiences throughout history and beyond time. What's On Our Mind- features Dr. Martin and show Host and Creative Director Scott Langdon, who share a dynamic conversation recapping the latest episodes of each series:Two Philosophers Wrestle With God- On The Nature of Human Beings- A review of the Atman and nature of human beings from the dynamic dialogues between Dr. Jerry L. Martin, author and founding chairman of the Theology Without Walls, and Dr. Richard Oxenberg, professor and author of On the Meaning of Human Being: Heidegger and the Bible in Dialogue. What's On Your Mind- Reactions and responses from readers and listeners about spiritual experiences with God. We revisit Jenny's profound spiritual wisdom and ability to pay attention when God calls.  Read God: An Autobiography, As Told To A Philosopher.Begin the dramatic adaptation of God: An Autobiography, As Told To A PhilosopherRelated Episodes: [Two Philosophers Wrestle With God] The Nature Of Human Beings [Part 1] [Part 2]; [What's On Your Mind] Spiritual Living; [Special Episode] Self Behind the SelfRelated Content: [Video] If God Spoke ToShare Your Story | Site | Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | YouTube | ...
Scott and Jerry read comments and responses to God: An Autobiography, As Told To A Philosopher. Jenny, Patricia, and Tamara share their experiences with God, connected in the theme of spiritual living- in openness and connection to God. Is it time for you to share your experience with God? We Want To Hear About Your Spiritual Journey!Listen to real spiritual experiences and possibly miracles from regular listeners (not theologians, saints, or gurus) who offer profound spiritual teachings through their experiences with God in the relatable drama and setting of everyday life.Share your story; you don't need a reason- a complex problem, a deep insight, suffering, or spiritual experience. Just get quiet, commune with God, and trust your journey's spiritual nudges and whispers.Is Carl Sagan only presenting the tip of the iceberg in understanding the world? How would Benjamin Franklin respond to our modern ability to fly from the United States to Paris in hours? What is your story? We want to hear from you! Read God: An Autobiography, As Told To A Philosopher.Begin the dramatic adaptation of God: An Autobiography, As Told To A PhilosopherRelated Episodes: [What's On Your Mind] Trusting God; Is God Hiding?; Seeing With Divine Eyes; Mindful Moments; God's Frequency; Spiritual Living; A Relationship With God; Spiritual JudgmentRelated Episodes: [Video]  Why Did God Pick Me To Talk To?; Does He Have Your Attention Yet?Share Your Story | Site | Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | YouTube | ...
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