Kurdistan Region Iraq (KRI) Teacher Up-Take of Student-Centered and/or Flipped Classroom Approach
Project for Apprehending and Advancing Humanity’s Sacred Mission. The religions and spiritual traditions often speak of the mission of humanity, and claim that we have a sacred or divine obligation to pursue it.
New York, NY – On Monday, October 9, 2023, much of the United States will hold its annual observance of Indigenous Peoples’ Day.
Today’s episode will focus on the very broad ranging subject of the Protestant Faith with our special guest Deborah Rundlett.
This vital book leads us beyond today’s crisis – and conflict-prone world to a higher stage of our evolution.
In today’s episode, we will be talking to Safi Kaskas about Islam which is the second largest religion on this planet after Christianity.
Judaism is one of the world’s most ancient monotheistic religions, and it is the parent tradition to the Abrahamic faiths, which include Christianity and Islam.
A relative newcomer to the spiritual traditions, the Baha’i religion was founded in Iraq in the 19th century by Mīrzā Ḥosayn ʿAlī Nūrī—also known as Bahāʾ Allāh, meaning “Glory of God.”
This week we are pleased to present a truly extraordinary conversation on the Catholic faith with the Benedictine monk and Catholic Priest, Father Laurence Freeman.
This week we are turning our attention to the extremely broad collection of indigenous traditions, generally referred to as Shamanism.
The podcast will be dedicated to a focus on religious worldviews in the era of well-being. In executing this particular focus, the producers have invited representatives from an array of faith and belief systems to share their individual perspectives and practices; with a particular concentration on ushering in a new era of well-being.
Get up close and personal as Ervin Laszlo shares his journey from child prodigy as a pianist to philosopher, academic and today as an activist.