LukeyoutheU podcast first last
six conversations with friends about stuff important
scm tcs lpo hbq eod acl
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six cohosts, six series
Each cohost, myself included, comes at/ lives life from a different perspective, some in seeming opposition to others. I think that some would, if in the same room, disagree on significant issues. Here is the thing, though: all of their understandings are, to me, are avenues to the useful and good. All assist me in getting to more life.
some conversations with marc scm eps marc
Marc Maynon is a singer/ songwriter. He is also an unorthodox Christian who relishes Greek mythology, believes in reincarnation, and wonders, a lot, about life. He and I give our thoughts on many of life's big questions.
50 episodes complete
the consciousness shift tcs eps lisa
Lisa Stancati is spiritually awake and moving into embodied mastery. She sees that humanity is in the midst of an evolutionary leap in consciousness, a seismic shift which affects us all. Lisa discusses with me her understanding of life; and how her understanding plays out in the physical world.
9 episodes continuing
luke's perspective, and ours lpo eps daniel
Daniel Alexander is a biblical-text-first Christian who leans towards Calvinism. He and I take a deepish look at Jesus' life according to the Book of Luke. Luke's account differs somewhat from those of the other three Gospels (Matthew, Mark, and John). Luke, for example, has the greatest number of Jesus' stories (parables).
28 episodes complete
heroes of the bible and the quran hbq eps hass
Hass Sartawi is a practicing Muslim who reads the Quran in its original Arabic. I read the New International Version (NIV, American English) Bible's translation of the original Hebrew, Aramaic, and Greek. Hass and I discover, and grow from, in the stories of champions the two holy books share, variations of the same life.
11 episodes complete
earliest of days eod eps daniel
The same Daniel Alexander as in lpo and I look at the first four chapters of the Hebrew and Christian Bibles. Genesis 1–4 set the stage for both world religions; and, it can be argued, for much of Western culture.
4 episodes complete
a considered life acl eps jay
Jay Davidson is a nonreligious humanist in his seventies. He has traveled to 127 countries and all 50 states of the USA; is comfortably retired after teaching for 34 years in San Francisco public schools; served for two years in the Peace Corps in the West African country of Mauritania; and lives a good life. He talks about his thoughts and his travel experiences.
58 episodes complete
I cohost the six series with each of the above jake
Jake Knight is an experiencer and student of life. I have strong beliefs, what I think of as stories which help me make sense of life for me. I not press my beliefs on anyone. I also think that every situation, even the unwanted ones (not that I want you or me to be in unwanted situations), have a gift for us. Enable us to know ourselves/ others/ life better.
considering the perspectives of others can
inform your own
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