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Signs of the Times is a Christian worldview magazine published by the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Australia since 1886. The podcast is a little newer than that.

Signs of the Times is a Christian worldview magazine published by the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Australia since 1886. The podcast is a little newer than that.

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Australia

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Signs of the Times is a Christian worldview magazine published by the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Australia since 1886. The podcast is a little newer than that.

Twitter:

@signsmag

Language:

English

Contact:

+61298472222


Episodes

Episode 161 - The billionaire space race ft. Ryan Stanton

10/10/2021
There's plenty happening right above us—not just a new era of space tourism, but also talk about humans colonising Mars. What might seem like forward-thinking by planet earth's billionaires also begs the question: can we save ourselves? Image: SpaceX

Duration:00:28:44

Episode 160 - An angry doctor and his angelic visitor ft. Danijela Schubert

10/4/2021
Stefania Bratulich's doctor in Yugoslavia was stubbornly steadfast on denying her pension application. That was until one night a bright man entered his room . . . Image provided: Danijela Schubert (left) and her mother Stefania.

Duration:00:37:36

Episode 159 - The one who inspired me to an Olympic medal ft. Nicola McDermott

9/26/2021
You may have seen Nicola McDermott soar over a two metre bar and win Olympic silver at the Tokyo 2020 games, but you might not know her story. Bullied and isolated but also focused, she reveals Who she jumps for.

Duration:00:59:19

Episode 158 - I wasn't OK. This is my story ft. Ashley Stanton

9/8/2021
Asking someone if they're OK can be one of the kindest acts you do. Just ask Ashley Stanton, who candidly shares about her mental health journey in this week's podcast.

Duration:00:43:33

Episode 157 - What "The Tomorrow War" says about fatherhood ft. Mark Hadley

9/1/2021
When Chris Pratt's Dan Forrester in "The Tomorrow War" goes to the future to fight aliens for the sake of his family, it continues a Hollywood trope of fathers who are positively transformed by crisis. But is that the way it really works?

Duration:00:29:56

Episode 156 - My beef with meat ft. Juliana Muniz

8/22/2021
Juliana Muniz never knew any way other than Brazilian culinary tradition—eating meat for almost every single meal of the day. She shares about how she discovered a tastier, healthier alternative that changed her health and life.

Duration:00:29:37

Episode 155 - I used to be a clairvoyant ft Cathy Hookham

8/15/2021
Cathy Hookham thought it was angels telling her what people would do before they did, where objects had been and things that'd happened to her family in the past before she was born. She breaks down exactly what she saw and experienced and why it was angels—three of them in fact—that changed everything. Warning: this podcast contains graphic descriptions of sexual violence and spiritual themes. Listener discretion is advised.

Duration:01:11:00

Episode 154 - Are spiritual forces real? ft. Jarrod Stackelroth

8/8/2021
Alien, ghost and paranormal sightings have been reported around the globe for centuries—suggesting there's a realm that we can't see or touch. Even if you're skeptical, it's still worth looking for an answer . . . Photo credit: Sharon McCutcheon

Duration:00:42:02

Episode 153 - "God-like" social media algorithms? ft. Ryan Stanton

8/1/2021
For a number of years, the big fear about artificial intelligence is that it'll become out of humankind's control. It's arguable whether we're there yet, but the processes involved in creating these algorithms are certainly shrouded in mystery—driving many to call them "God-like". The question is: what IS God like? Photo: Visuals—Unsplash

Duration:00:29:47

Episode 152 - The different types of justice ft. Ryan Stanton & Eddie Hypolite

7/25/2021
Guest host Ryan Stanton discusses various forms of justice and their implication with author, public speaker and corporate wellness consultant Eddie Hypolite.

Duration:00:29:26

Episode 151 – Heal country ft. Brenton Turner

7/6/2021
Brenton Turner joins us to discuss the 2021 NAIDOC week theme "Heal Country", shares his own family's harrowing ordeals as part of the stolen generation and also discusses a hopeful future for Indigenous Australians.

Duration:00:56:31

Episode 151 - Heal country ft. Brenton Turner

7/6/2021
Brenton Turner joins us to discuss the 2021 NAIDOC week theme "Heal Country", shares his own family's harrowing ordeals as part of the stolen generation and also discusses a hopeful future for Indigenous Australians.

Duration:00:57:51

Episode 150 - Clearing up naturopathy myths ft. Kendra Samuels

6/17/2021
If you've been watching the news recently, you may have heard a few controversial things about naturopaths. We are joined by qualified and practising naturopath Kendra Samuels. Her day job includes clearing up health issues, but today she'll be clearing up the question: what do naturopaths really do?

Duration:00:55:42

Episode 149 - Football and identity ft. Todd Brodie

6/9/2021
Todd Brodie is a Strength and Conditioning coach and former footballer for Marconi Stallions, Sydney FC and Sydney United. His journey with the sport has taken him from the Australian Institute of Sport to England and back to Australia. He shares about identity, faith, mental health and his predictions for Euro 2020.

Duration:00:59:53

Episode 148 - Does prayer work? ft. Nathan Brown

5/30/2021
Prayer is a complex and sometimes ambiguous topic. Why are some prayers answered while others aren't? Join us this week as we wrap our heads around these big questions and seek to better understand the practice that is a staple of many religions. Photo credit: Youssef Naddam

Duration:00:42:45

Episode 147 - Furious franchise, fantasy masculinity ft. Mark Hadley

5/23/2021
There is little doubt that movies from the Fast and Furious saga have proved a hit with fans. The big impact of the franchise also leaves questions about its influence on a generation of viewers.

Duration:00:29:57

Episode 146 - How to deal with toxic friendships ft. Ashley Stanton

5/13/2021
Have you ever felt like something was "off" in one of your friendships? Maybe you felt drained, used or like you were putting too much effort in? Chances are that friendship might be "toxic". There are some things you can do about it. . . Photo credit: Obie Fernandez

Duration:00:49:28

Episode 145 - How my Coeliac Disease changed everything ft. Kylie Banks

5/9/2021
1 in 70 Australians and 1 in 100 New Zealanders have been diagnosed with Coeliac Disease. Those with a gluten intolerance or Coeliac Disease can initially find themselves asking, "what can I eat?", "where can I eat?" and "how will this affect my life?" Kylie Banks, a lifelong sufferer that was only recently diagnosed with Coeliac Disease, shares a few things she has learnt. Photo: Wesual Click

Duration:00:29:58

Episode 144 - Reconciling with my mum ft. Maryellen Hacko

5/2/2021
Overcoming complications in a parent-child relationship is one of the most important parts of growing up. In the lead up to Mother's Day, Maryellen Hacko shares why learning from her mum's life experiences has been invaluable.

Duration:00:26:17

Episode 143 - ANZAC Day's complicated past ft. Daniel Reynaud

4/21/2021
ANZAC Day traditionally remembers Australians and New Zealanders who have fought and died for their countries. But does "remembering" include condoning the act of war and the ethical dilemmas that come with it? We explore the issue with historian Daniel Reynaud, who has published multiple books on the ANZAC legend.

Duration:00:28:35