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Dominionism with Rev. Erin Walter

Rev. Erin Walter, Unitarian Universalist minister, executive director at the Texas Unitarian Universalist Justice Ministry, and punk rocker, discusses the Christian concept of "Dominionism" from a Unitarian perspective.

Dominionism with Rabbi Matt Rosenberg

Rabbi Matt Rosenberg, community rabbi, geography professor, and more, gives a masterclass on Dominionism from a Jewish, scriptural perspective.

Dominionism with Imam Islam Mossaad

Imam Islam Mossaad, imam of the largest Muslim congregation in the southwestern US, and a Hafidh of Quran (he has committed the entire Quran to memory), shares his views on the Islamic view of "Dominionism" over Nature.

Dominionism with Dr. Norman Wirzba

Dr. Norman Wirzba, Professor of Christian Theology / Senior Fellow at Duke Divinity School and celebrated author of, "This Sacred Life," talks about the agrarian context in which Genesis 1:26 was written, and how that changes everything.

Shmita Live: Allstar Conversation

This recording presents nine Jewish thought leaders talking about "Shmita", the Biblical commandments for living in balance with the environment and each other, and how they are practiced today. Co-hosts: National Wildlife Federation, Shmita Project Northwest, and Hazon.

Shmita with Naomi Edelson and Dr. Mirele Goldsmith

Naomi Edelson (National Wildlife Federation) and Dr. Mirele Goldsmith (Jewish Earth Alliance) show us ways we can put shmita into action locally.

Shmita with Deirdre Gabbay & Shmita Project Northwest

Deidre Gabbay, director of Shmita Project Northwest, challenges us to think deeply through the question, “What would a Shmita year look like today”?

Shmita with Joelle Novey

Joelle Novey, Director of Interfaith Power & Light (D.C., Maryland, and Northern Virginia), talks about Jewish approaches to land ownership, managing climate grief, and how shmita teachings can inform the environmental movement.

Shmita with Rev. Dr. Daryl Horton & Rabbi Neil Blumofe

"You do not have dominion over the Earth." Rev. Daryl Horton and Rabbi Neil Blumofe talk about "Shmita," the sabbatical year practice described in Exodus, Leviticus, and Deutoronomy, and what it means today.

Shmita: The Sabbatical Year

"What is a *sustainable* society? The Sabbatical Year challenges us to think about what to do in the present to invest in a better future." --Dr. Mirele Goldsmith

I Am the River, Amber Morning Star Byars

Amber Morning Star Byars (Choctaw and Chickasaw) shares her sense of a deeper relationship with Nature than "civilization," from the Line3 resistance frontlines in Northern Minnesota.

Right Relationship with Janene Yazzie, pt. 2

Janene Yazzie is an exceptionally articulate entrepreneur, community organizer, and human rights advocate from the Navajo Nation. In this interview she talks with Cherokee citizen, Vance Blackfox, about her work and living in right relationship.

Right Relationship with Janene Yazzie, pt. 1

Janene Yazzie is an exceptionally articulate entrepreneur, community organizer, and human rights advocate from the Navajo Nation. In this interview she talks with Cherokee citizen, Vance Blackfox, about her work and living in right relationship.

Sacred Relationship with Vance Blackfox

In this interview, Cherokee citizen and Lutheran theologian, Vance Blackfox, illuminates some of the gaps in today's understandings of Native American spiritual practices.

Apocalypse? with Mary DeJong

Mary DeJong is an academic and spiritual companioning guide working primarily in the fields of Sacred Ecology, Ecotheology, and Applied Mythology. In this interview we talk about her views on Indigeneity, Apocalypse, Apokalypsis, and building an Optimal Future for all.

Apocalypse? with Rev. Louis Tillman, pt. 3

Rev. Louis Tillman is an outstanding young leader in America today. He currently pastors the oldest African American Lutheran Church in North America, serves as a military chaplain, and serves the broader community as pastor, counselor and medical relief provider. In this episode we discuss Black advancement as human advancement.

Apocalypse? with Rev. Louis Tillman, pt. 2

Rev. Louis Tillman is an outstanding young leader in America today. He currently pastors the oldest African American Lutheran Church in North America and serves all over the mid-Atlantic as pastor, military chaplain, counselor and medical relief provider. In this episode we discuss how his 30+ community garden projects have been transformative both in and out of the church.

Apocalypse? with Rev. Louis Tillman, pt. 1

Rev. Louis Tillman is an outstanding young leader in America today. He currently pastors the oldest African American Lutheran Church in North America, serves as a military chaplain, serves the Black American community all over the mid-Atlantic region as pastor, counselor and medical relief provider, and more. In this episode we discuss how he maintains his rootedness under stress and his views on Black America's apocalypse and advancement.

Apocalypse? with Vance Blackfox, pt. 2

Raised on the Cherokee reservation in Northeastern Oklahoma, Vance Blackfox has dedicated his life to living "en dios," with God. He's also a leading educator on Native American culture. In this episode Vance talks about how Development has forever changed the Native American way of life, what the conversation on reparations is about today, and what non-native people should learn from Native Americans.

Apocalypse? with Vance Blackfox, pt. 1

Raised on the Cherokee reservation in Northeastern Oklahoma, Vance Blackfox has dedicated his life to living "en dios," with God. He's also a leading educator on Native American culture. In this episode Vance gives us an orientation to respectful practices for building relationships with Native Americans and shares some views on how Native Americans see "Apocalypse" today.

Apocalypse? with Rev. Matt Syrdal

"Apocalypse is the story of the world as it should be, an unraveling, a new beginning." In this interview Matt provides a masterclass on the sacred meanings and mythological origins of this terrifying word.

Interconnectedness with Rev. Jared Michaels

Part 3 of 3 on "Interconnectedness." In this episode we discuss Jared's views on Buddhism, psychological and spiritual health, and the unity of existence.

Interconnectedness & the Ground Beneath Us, with Paul Bogard

Part 2 of 3 on "Interconnectedness." In this episode, celebrated environmental author Paul Bogard shares his views on how we are connected to the soil.

Interconnectedness with Rev. Ragan Sutterfield

In this episode we discuss Ragan's views on "Interconnectedness" and saving the planet.

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