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Self doubt and fear can keep you stagnant and hold you down. They are killers of dreams, and sadly we all have them. Let Jill Jack help you quiet the voices in your head that are telling you you're not good enough! Dream Big Radio will share tools, resources, and exciting ways to help you on your path to reach your dreams! It can be done. Jill, in all her spunkiness, will explain how with special guests of all walks of life, call in opportunities to discuss your struggles and so much more! J ...
 
We know it's not easy to keep up with what’s popular, what’s on its way out the door, and what’s been left in the dirt in the media but we’re here to make heads or tails of it and keep you up to date on what’s Trending, Trailing, and Dead in the world of media!
 
The Fetch A Pail Podcast is hosted by Jackie (Queer, Trans Femme, She/Her) and Jill (Cis, Hetero, Ally, She/Her). We're a weekly friendship podcast about life, culture, and definitely NOT US. Join us for segments like, Queer Qorner, Current Obsession, Cork Board, and Science, Bitch!
 
Jack and Jill went up a hill To coast with fun and laughter. Jack fell down and broke his crown, And Jill came tumbling after. When Jack and Jill tumble off of their sled on the first good snow of the season, their injuries cause them to be bedridden for many months putting an end to their fun and frolics. Their parents and friends fill their days with the joys of Christmas preparations, a theatrical production and many other imaginative events. Both learn how to become better friends to eac ...
 
This is book five of the “Angel Food” series by the author. It consists of a series of 28 short sermons for children, in the form of a charming story. The author was a Catholic parish priest in New York for many years during the mid 1900’s. He was the author of several books for children, the most well known being the books in what is considered the “Angel Food” series. (Summary by Maria Therese)
 
Louisa May Alcott, more famously known for her Little Women series, takes a familiar nursery rhyme and creates a whole novel out of it in one of her last books Jack and Jill: A Village Story. Though she continued to publish under the penname AM Barnard, this book probably marked the end of a particular writing phase in 1880. Jack and Jill is set in the fictional Harmony Village. On a December afternoon, the youngsters of the village are out enjoying the bracing cold and snow. The bright wint ...
 
Laugh uncomfortably with us as we unpack the eerie! Here, we’ll explore true crime, the occult, conspiracy theories & other unknowns via dark humor, and a psychosocial/social justice lens. Each episode we’ll dig past the surface of morbid fascination, scavenging for unasked questions surrounding the stories that creep the hell out of us. Follow us on instagram @unpackingtheeerie & Facebook at Facebook.com/unpackingtheeerie.
 
Ellen Voie founded the Women In Trucking Association in March of 2007, and currently serves as the nonprofit organization’s President/CEO. Women In Trucking was formed to promote the employment of women in the trucking industry, remove obstacles that might keep them from succeeding, and to celebrate the successes of its members. Ellen’s prior role was the Manager of Retention and Recruiting Programs at Schneider, Inc., North America’s largest truckload carrier. She was responsible for creati ...
 
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Host Luke Burbank and announcer Elena Passarello chat about household rules we struggle to enforce; actor and humorist Nick Offerman discusses his newest book Where the Deer and the Antelope Play and how he squares his life in Los Angeles with his agrarian sensibilities; comedian and "Dope Queen" Phoebe Robinson explains why no one is allowed to si…
 
Is the church too woke or just broke? Owen Strachan author of 'Christianity and Wokeness' argues the church is 'too woke' when it comes to social justice. Rev Jermaine Marshall author of 'Christianity Corrupted' says it's just broke' in its complicity with white supremacy. They debate Critical Race Theory, racism and the gospel. For Owen Strachan h…
 
First broadcast in Feb 2011. On the 400th anniversary on from the creation of The King James Bible we debated the view of some Christians that it is God’s chosen translation for the English speaking world. Rev Kyle Paisley - who holds to 'King James Onlyism' debated James White of Alpha and Omega Ministries. More Resources: • For exclusive resource…
 
Host Luke Burbank and announcer Elena Passarello discover what topics listeners would discuss on their hypothetical podcasts; comedian Jamie Loftus unpacks her Lolita Podcast, which reexamines the controversial literary classic through a feminist lens; comedian and television writer Demi Adejuyigbe (The Good Place, The Amber Ruffin Show) explains w…
 
The Texas 'heartbeat' bill, prohibiting termination after 6 weeks gestation has put abortion law in the spotlight recently. Pro-life advocate Stephanie Gray Connors and pro-choice minister Rev Bromleigh McCleneghan debate the legal, ethical and religious case for and against abortion. For Stephanie Gray Connors: https://loveunleasheslife.com/ For B…
 
First broadcast in Feb 2011. Christian theologian Alister McGrath and atheist philosopher Stephen Law joined Justin to debate the subject matter of Alister’s book ‘Why God Won’t Go Away’. More Resources: • For exclusive resources and to support us: USA: http://www.premierinsight.org/unbelievableshow Rest of the World: https://resources.premier.org.…
 
Host Luke Burbank and announcer Elena Passarello share listener advice to their teenage selves; actor Marlee Matlin discusses her critically-acclaimed new film CODA and why she's advocating for Deaf actors to play Deaf roles; writer Melissa Febos opens up about her new collection of essays, Girlhood, which looks at the forces that shape the lives o…
 
Justin introduces Confident Christianity: Evidence for God. Answering Objections - an online apologetics course from Unbelievable? You'll hear excerpts from the course from William Lane Craig, John Lennox, Amy Orr-Ewing, Gary Habermas and Justin himself. To celebrate the launch of the course you can get 50% off until Tue 5 Oct at http://www.premier…
 
First broadcast in Jan 2011. Richard Dawkins is one of the world’s best known atheists but has always refused to debate the world’s best known Christian apologist William Lane Craig. However, in a twist of fate Dawkins found himself on the same platform as Craig in November 2010, as members of a 3 vs 3-person panel, debating the topic "Does the uni…
 
Host Luke Burbank and announcer Elena Passarello share some favorite words submitted by listeners; grammar expert Mary Norris recounts her early days as a copy editor at The New Yorker and her foray into all things Greek; actor and television writer Ryan O’Connell explains how keeping his cerebral palsy a secret inspired his book and Netflix series…
 
A new bill to allow assisted dying is being debated in the UK parliament. Should people of faith support those with terminal illness being able to end their own life? Rabbi Jonathan Romain of the Religious Alliance for Dignity in Dying says 'yes'. Dr. Mark Pickering of the Christian Medical Fellowship says 'no'. For Jonathan Romain: https://www.dig…
 
This minisode, Shaena unpacks the bizarre death of Gloria Ramirez, a 31 year old mother of two from Riverside, California. In a strange sequence of events, following Gloria’s arrival at Riverside General Hospital, several hospital workers started to become ill after being exposed to her body and blood. Join us as we explore the theories that have b…
 
First broadcast in Dec 2010. Australian pastor and theologian Mark Durie faced Muslim speaker Adnan Rashid in this debate on the Islamic doctrine of dhimittude. More Resources: • For exclusive resources and to support us: USA: http://www.premierinsight.org/unbelievableshow Rest of the World: https://resources.premier.org.uk/supportunbelievable • Fo…
 
Host Luke Burbank and announcer Elena Passarello share some special skills that listeners dream of having; filmmakers Mark Duplass & Natalie Morales open up about forming a friendship while making the film Language Lessons, which they shot entirely on webcams; ballet dancer James Whiteside chats about his new memoir Center Center and the need for m…
 
Veganism is increasingly popular in culture. Church leader Greg Boyd (vegetarian transitioning to vegan), and church leader Joshua D Jones, (who loves his meat), debate the ethical, environmental and scriptural case for eating meat versus vegetarianism. For Greg Boyd: http://www.reknew.org & http://www.whchurch.org For Joshua D Jones: https://www.a…
 
First broadcast in Nov 2010. Recorded in front of a live audience at Charles Darwin House in London as part of a UK tour by Intelligent Design proponent Mike Behe. He engages with noted scientist and priest Michael Reiss an advocate of theistic evolution. More Resources: • For exclusive resources and to support us: USA: http://www.premierinsight.or…
 
Host Luke Burbank and announcer Elena Passarello consider the misconceptions our families have about us; comedian and actress Maria Bamford convinces us that anybody can create their own comedy special; stand-up comic Shain Brenden compares his former "single dad" status to a foreclosed home; and Grammy-nominated country singer-songwriter Brandy Cl…
 
There has been a revival of interest in psychedelics & hallucinogenic drugs. But are they a path to enlightenment or a spiritual dead end? Ashley Lande was heavily into psychedelics until bad experiences led her to abandon the drugs and embrace Christianity. Dr Peter Sjöstedt-Hughes is a philosopher who argues for the value of hallucinogens as a wa…
 
CW: domestic, sexual, physical violence, bodily harm, racism, xenophobia On June 23, 1993, Lorena Gallo (then, Bobbit) would come to be known as the woman from Manassas, Virginia who, in a rage, severed her husband’s penis and threw it out the window of her car. What was missing from this story, in all of the sensational media coverage, is the extr…
 
First broadcast Nov 2010. Renowned Christian philosopher Alvin Plantinga joins the show to debate The Evolutionary Argument Against Naturalism, one of his most famous arguments against atheism. He was met by a worthy opponent. - atheist philosopher Stephen Law. More Resources: • For exclusive resources and to support us: USA: http://www.premierinsi…
 
Host Luke Burbank and announcer Elena Passarello celebrate the songs lyrics that reflect our lives; writer Nichole Perkins discusses her memoir Sometimes I Trip On How Happy We Could Be and makes the case for why Niles Crane is sexy; Academy Award-nominated filmmaker Lucy Walker (Waste Land) unpacks her epic new documentary Bring You Own Brigade, w…
 
Dr Stephen Robinson and Dr Victoria Lim entered into a 3-year email dialogue as a Christian and agnostic working in science. They tell Justin Brierley what happened. Also, Luke Martin talks about the Creed & Culture Project event with John Lennox taking place on 25 Sep. For Victoria & Steve's book http://www.whoisgodreally.com/ For the John Lennox …
 
First broadcast in Jan 2012. Justin's 'infamous' interview with controversial Christian leader Mark Driscoll, then pastor of megachurch Mars Hill Church in Seattle. More Resources: • For exclusive resources and to support us: USA: http://www.premierinsight.org/unbelievableshow Rest of the World: https://resources.premier.org.uk/supportunbelievable …
 
Host Luke Burbank and guest announcer Hari Kondabolu admit to being undecided on matters of personal hygiene and bed-making; science journalist Sarah Scoles encounters some true believers at the International UFO Congress; and singer-songwriter Angelica Garcia performs "I Don't Believe in Death" from her album Cha Cha Palace.…
 
Kristin Kobes Du Mez is the author of the bestselling book 'Jesus and John Wayne: How white evangelicals corrupted a faith and fractured a nation'. She chats live with Justin about the recent 'Rise and Fall of Mars Hill' podcast, the support Donald Trump received among white evangelicals, the concept of masculinity and the future of Christianity in…
 
Lil shorty action comin at ya this week, but what we lack in run time we make up for in actually good content so you’re welcome! Jackie is living her best basic b word life via the Starby’s PSL and Jill is trying to do more hobbies and succeeding medium-ly. Your gals ponder if the success of PSL is contingent upon its novelty, or if it would be mor…
 
First broadcast in Nov 2010. Jonathan Berry and Jeremy Marks, two Christians with different approaches to counselling those who are same-sex attracted discuss ex-gay and gay-affirming approaches to Christianity. More Resources: • For exclusive resources and to support us: USA: http://www.premierinsight.org/unbelievableshow Rest of the World: https:…
 
We recorded 2 days later than usual because on Tuesday at noon Jill was certain she was going to feel amazing after work and go to the hardware store and go grocery shopping. Instead she and her boyfriend both got migraines and she laid in bed and watched Real Housewives of Salt Lake City for 7 hours but she didn’t talk about it on the episode beca…
 
Host Luke Burbank and announcer Elena Passarello defy expectations this week; comedian Cecily Strong delves into her memoir This Will All Be Over Soon, which weaves themes of grief with moments of absurdity, like filming SNL with her phone during lockdown; Toronto rapper Shad chats about interviewing his heroes for the Emmy Award-winning Netflix se…
 
Christian apologist Simon Edwards, author of 'The Sanity of Belief: Why faith makes sense', debates atheist YouTuber Stephen Woodford (aka Rationality Rules) on whether atheism or Christianity makes best sense of our beliefs about meaning, truth and love. For Stephen: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqZMgLgGlYAWvSU8lZ9xiVg For Simon: https://spckp…
 
First broadcast in Oct 2010. CS Lewis scholar Michael Ward and atheist activist Dan Barker debate whether Lewis' Christian apologetics were convincing or not. Michael Ward currently has a new book out on Lewis - After Humanity: A Guide to C.S. Lewis’s The Abolition of Man. More Resources: • For exclusive resources and to support us: USA: http://www…
 
Well, Jill’s back from vacation and she’s just as sleepy and cranky as ever after several mishaps including but not limited to bad times sleeping while camping. Jackie thinks Jill should just be better at camping, and to be fair she is not wrong. Jackie has mostly been getting ready for her upcoming surgery, but she’s also been talking to BOYS on t…
 
Host Luke Burbank and announcer Elena Passarello talk "do-overs" this week and hear from listeners about their finicky unfinished projects; New Yorker staff writer Casey Cep discusses her debut book Furious Hours, which follows a mysterious Alabama murder case that captivated beloved author Harper Lee; comedian Matteo Lane questions the job descrip…
 
How should Christians understand the Adam & Eve story in Genesis? Is it scientifically plausible that humanity can be traced back to a first human couple? What does it mean for the concept of 'Original Sin'? These and more questions are discussed by Christian philosopher William Lane Craig, author of the new book 'In Quest of the Historical Adam', …
 
First broadcast in Oct 2010. Cambridge philosopher and atheist Arif Ahmed want head to head with New Zealand based Christian philosopher Glen Peoples in for this classic debate on the moral argument for God. More Resources: • For exclusive resources and to support us: USA: http://www.premierinsight.org/unbelievableshow Rest of the World: https://re…
 
cw: residential schools, bodily harm On May 19th 1967, Stefan Michalak was prospecting for rocks when he came across a couple of strange flying objects. In our first episode featuring a UFO sighting, your hosts dig into the incident, aftermath and investigation of a sighting near Falcon Lake, Manitoba in Canada. Join us as we unpeel the layers of o…
 
Host Luke Burbank and announcer Elena Passarello fantasize about a post-pandemic life; writer Daisy Hernández unpacks her latest book The Kissing Bug, a reportage-meets-memoir which follows how Chagas disease affects Latinx communities; Wayne Coyne, frontman of The Flaming Lips, discusses playing a Covid-safe concert where both the band and the aud…
 
What is the Biblical Womanhood movement and is it actually biblical? Beth Allison Barr, author of ‘The Making of Biblical Womanhood: How the subjugation of women became Gospel truth’ takes an egalitarian view of scripture. Rachel Green Miller, author of ‘Beyond Authority and Submission: Women and Men in Marriage, Church, and Society’ takes a comple…
 
First Broadcast in Oct 2010. Famed Cambridge physicist-priest John Polkinghorne engages in conversation with US astrophysicist and Christian apologist Hugh Ross of Reasons To Believe. They took listener questions on whether Hawking was right or wrong to dismiss God as a cause of the universe in his new book 'The Grand Design’. John Polkinghorne pas…
 
Host Luke Burbank and announcer Elena Passarello talk movies this week, including some countlessly watched favorites; New York Times opinion writer and bestselling author Lindy West unpacks why she's known as the official hater of Love, Actually; filmmaker Kirsten Johnson comes to terms with the life, death, and legacy of her father through her Net…
 
Jackie Hill Perry author of 'Gay Girl, Good God' and 'Holier Than Thou' talks to Justin about life, faith and why she turned her back on her lesbian identity when she became a Christian in this broadcast of a recent livestream in which she answered viewers questions too. To enter the giveaway for Jackie's books sign up to our newsletter: http://www…
 
This low energy ep is brought to you by a harrowing day of laser hair removal followed by a big beer and a tummy load of sushi. Tummy load sounds like a poop thing or a mouth sex thing, but it just means enough food to fill your tummy so get your head out the gutter already! Anyway the sleepy vibe is co-sponsored by Jill’s tumble down the hill (wow…
 
First broadcast Sep 2010. Justin is joined for first time by famed physicist (now a Nobel prize winner) Sir Roger Penrose. He was joined by scientist theologian Alister McGrath to debate a book by Stephen Hawking that had been causing a stir - The Grand Design - and what it had to say about God, the universe and much more. More Resources: • For exc…
 
Host Luke Burbank and announcer Elena Passarello touch on some fascinating things that are mystifying listeners; writer and Radiolab co-host Lulu Miller unpacks the problematic practices of turn-of-the-century taxonomist David Starr Jordan, the subject of her book Why Fish Don't Exist; comedian and New York Times contributor Sopan Deb discusses his…
 
Jesus was a Jew. But has Christianity become divorced from its Jewish roots? How should we understand the shared story and differences of these two great religious traditions? Journalist-priest Rev Giles Fraser who has been on a journey to rediscover his Jewish roots, interacts with Jewish scholar Prof Amy-Jill Levine, who has written extensively o…
 
Strap in folks, this is a fast paced ride and there will be no slowing down and no stopping, not even if you have to pee real bad so empty them bladders and hop on! (That’s what I said to your moms last night ohhhhhhhh!!) Okay you can pause it if it’s urgent don’t just not pee because I said so. Anyway this episode is a lil shorty because Jackie an…
 
First broadcast in Sep 2010 when Pope Benedict the 16th was due to tour the UK. William Johnston a convert to catholicism and Duncan Boyd of the Protestant Truth Society debate whether the papacy is biblical. More Resources: • For exclusive resources and to support us: USA: http://www.premierinsight.org/unbelievableshow Rest of the World: https://r…
 
Host Luke Burbank and announcer Elena Passarello discuss personal theme songs; cultural critic and poet Hanif Abdurraqib describes how his playlist project 68to05 reflects the origins of his personal music fandom; author Eula Biss unpacks the intersection of homeownership and white privilege in her newest collection of essays Having and Being Had; …
 
The West is experiencing a meaning crisis says cognitive science and psychology professor John Vervaeke. He discusses the solutions with Catholic convert Sohrab Ahmari, author of 'The Unbroken Thread: Discovering the wisdom of tradition in an age of chaos'. For John Vervaeke: https://www.youtube.com/user/johnvervaeke For Sohrab Ahmari: https://www.…
 
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