Tal and Joy’s farewell double feature09/25/15
Holy day of the week is Meskel. For their last show as regular hosts, Tal and Joy played and reflected on some of their favourite interviews. Andi on being intersex Diane Fisher on polyamory Jayne Ozanne from Accepting Evangelicals (UK) Anne from...
Alister Pate – Cafechurch and Pax et Bellum
Holy day of the week is Yom Kippur. Tal speaks to Alister Pate from Cafechurch about the Spirit et Locus – Pax et Bellum exhbition, which runs from 24 to 29 September as part of Melbourne Fringe. Originally broadcast on 17 September 2015. The post...
Jonathan Barnett – LGBTI in Judaism
Holy day of the week is Obon, a Shinto Buddhist festival that honours the spirits of one’s ancestors. Tal speaks to Jonathan Barnett of Keshet Australia, an organisation committed to challenging the ongoing prejudice and discrimination within the...
Religion and Gaming
Holy day of the week is a Mormon holiday – Pioneer Day Tal talks to Morgan and Megan from Critical Hit about religion and gaming. An example of religion and games is Dragon Age which has different fictional religions. The post Religion and Gaming...
Andy talks about being intersex
Andy is the current vice president and past president of AISSGA – the Androgin Insensitivity Syndrome (AIS) Support Group Australia an organisation that provides peer support, information and advocacy for intersex people and their families. The post...
Rita Alam Khan
Holy day of the week is Laylat al-Qadr (Night of Destiny or Night of Power). Rita Alam Karn is a Sufi Muslim on of only 100 in the state of Victoria shares her story. The post Rita Alam Khan appeared first on Spirit Lounge.
Rev Carolyn Francis
Rev Cath and Rev Joy interview Rev Carol Francis a pastor at Collins Street Baptist Church and an advocate for the LGBTI community. The post Rev Carolyn Francis appeared first on Spirit Lounge.
Rev Dr Paul
It is Tal’s birthday on the 26th so he looks at the origins of the birthday. Tal talks to Rev Dr Paul a Uniting Church minister who is semi-retired. document.createElement('audio');...
Andre – On Line Hate Prevention
Holy day of the week is Ramadan which is a holy month dedicated to prayer, Quran recitation, introspection and fasting during the sunlight hours. Tal interviews Andre from theOn Line Hate Prevention Institute document.createElement('audio');...
Women of the Wall
Holy day of the week is a Sikh holiday. It remembers the Martyrdom of Guru Arjan, the fifth Guru, who was tortured and killed by the Mughal emperor Jahangir in 1606. Nev and Tal talk […] document.createElement('audio');...
We talk to Alex and Genevieve about Eckankar a religious movement founded by Paul Twitchell in 1965. document.createElement('audio'); http://joy.org.au/spiritlounge/wp-content/uploads/sites/173/2015/06/Spirit-Lounge-4-6-15.mp3 Podcast: Play in new...
Festivals are the Bahai festival and Lailat al Miraj an Islam festival Steph, a Cambodian, New Zealander, Australian shares his story of growing up with a Buddhist mother and a Christian father. document.createElement('audio');...
Gay shop owner attacked by religious zealots
GLBTI religious news is about a woman in Nebraska who is suing every homosexual person in the world and the Archbishop of Canterbury views on interfaith Tal and Rachel interview Gary Heyward from Yackandandah whose […] The post Gay shop owner attacked...
Religion versus Spirituality
Holy day of the week is Beltane a pagan holiday is a time to celebrate fertility and the greening of the earth. Rachel and David discuss religion versus spirituality. The post Religion versus Spirituality appeared first on Spirit Lounge.
Rev Simon Holt
Holy day of the week is Lag BaOmer a festive day on the Jewish calendar. Tal and Rev Joy interview Rev Simon Holt, Senior Pastor of Collin Street Baptist Church. We explore how he went […] The post Rev Simon Holt appeared first on Spirit Lounge.
Holy day of the week is Yom Hashoah – Holocaust Remembrance Day Stephanie, Mark and Leslie talk about their role as funeral celebrants including their involvement with doing funerals for the GLBTI community. The post Funeral Celebrants appeared first...
Sam Burmeister’s Story
Holy days of the week are Buddha’s Birthday (Hana Matsuri) and Baisakhi. Sam Burmeister shares his story of being brought up in a Pentecostal Church. He became a worship leader and church was his life […] The post Sam Burmeister’s Story appeared first...
Rev Charles Gallacher
Holy days are Pesach (Passover) and Easter. Tal talks about the relationship between Easter and Passover and delves into some of their dark history. Tal talks to Rev Charles Gallacher one of the ministers at […] The post Rev Charles Gallacher appeared...
VICSES Chaplains Coordinator
Holy days of the week are –Ramanavami, Palm Sunday and Mundy Thursday. Tal interviews Rev Joy Etwell about her role as the Victoria State Emergency Service Chaplains Corodinator The post VICSES Chaplains Coordinator appeared first on Spirit Lounge.
This weeks Holy day is Naw-Ruz an ancient Persian holiday celebrating the new year. Naw-Ruzis celebrated as a holy day by two religions: Zoroastrianismand the Baha’i Faith.In addition, other Iranians (Persians) alsocommonly celebrate it as […] The...
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