God: An Autobiography, As Told to a Philosopher - The Podcast is the true story of a philosopher’s conversations with God. Dr. Jerry L. Martin was a lifelong agnostic. But one day he had occasion to pray. To his vast surprise, God answered - in words. Being a philosopher, he had a lot of questions. And God had a lot to tell him. Dr. Martin served as head of the National Endowment for the Humanities and the University of Colorado philosophy department. Find out more at www.GodAnAutobiography.com
This week, the two philosophers talk more deeply about God’s voice and the questions that inevitably arise when someone, especially a philosopher, makes such a claim about hearing it.
With this episode, we begin a new series of conversations between two philosophers, Dr. Jerry L. Martin and Dr. Richard Oxenberg.
A year-end list of *Ten Memorable Moments* from the dramatic adaptation of the book, "GOD: An Autobiography, As Told to a Philosopher" - Episodes 1 -44.
Where Scott interviews Sarah Lynn Dewey - the voice of Mary and the female voice of God.
Scott interviews Abigail and Jerry
Scott interviews Abigail (Part 2)
Scott interviews Abigail (Part 1)
"Gratitude is at the heart of what sparked the very first conversation Jerry ever had with God. He was so thankful to have found love, he felt compelled to express his gratitude to a God he didn’t even believe in."
EPISODE FORTY-NINE: Where Jerry interviews Scott about creative process and personal revelations- Part 2
"We left off at the end of Part One in Ep48 talking about how embodying a character as an actor can be a deeply ontological experience, and we continue the interview with thoughts on process, personal revelations, and plans for the future."
"We talk about what drew me to this project in the first place, my faith background, and what it was like making the adaptation of God An Autobiography, As Told to a Philosopher from the perspective of being an actor."
"We talk about divine encounters, how the world is primed and ready for new revelations, and what it was like to enact the voice of God."
"What compelled you to write, God: An Autobiography - As Told to a Philosopher?"
Join Scott Langdon, Creative Director of God: An Autobiography - The Podcast, as he previews what's coming up in Season Four and beyond.
"You stand on the threshold of a new spiritual era, a new axial age, in which, for the first time, spiritually attuned individuals will draw their understanding of spiritual reality, not just from the scriptures of their own religious tradition, but from the plentitude of My communications to men and women.
The upshot will not be a bland acceptance of all so-called scriptures and theological traditions, as if they all said the s...
“The ultimate triumph over evil and incompleteness is to be in tune with the God inside you and to express that divine love to others.”
"My reign is the presence of My authoritative love. And it is present already, and all of Nature knows it."
"One is genuinely compromised by the necessities of action in an imperfect world, but that does not lessen its necessity."
"Worlds are more like necessary scripts, dramas that absolutely must be enacted."
"I know it is disturbing to you to think of your whole universe as merely one among many. In part, that is just egocentrism."
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BOB SAGET’S HERE FOR YOU is a podcast that is like no other— For one, this podcast has guests who are friends of Bob’s, or just really interesting people who many of you know and love. Secondly, this podcast is unique because it goes inside Bob Saget’s mind, and then quickly filters out through his mouth. Bob has a way of calming people he has conversations with as well as being entertaining and often informative. Bob talks with his guests with genuine empathy and humor, while reaching his unusually diverse audience that he talks to as a friend, Bob is the dad with great advice, the irreverent funny guy who’s always there when you need a laugh, and the free-associative Bob who goes off on crazy tangents then returns to the subject at hand, as serious or as comedic as it may be, to wrap up each episode in a way only Bob can do. Because he really does believe, “He’s here for you."
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According to the official story, on April 4th, 1968, a lone gunman assassinated Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. at the Lorraine Motel in Memphis, Tennessee. That man, James Earl Ray, pled guilty and for most people the case was closed. The MLK Tapes, a new true crime podcast from the creators of Atlanta Monster and Monster: DC Sniper, explores rare recordings of eye-witness testimony and new interviews with people who were there to reveal the true story of the plot to kill Dr. King.
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