Faith Deficit – A New Podcast on Religion and Philosophy –
In this new podcast, I’ll be exploring particular person stories of faith in an more and more secular world…
These days I am launching my podcast, Faith Deficit. This is a labour of really like – I’ll be discovering individual tales of faith in an increasingly secular planet. It’s a discussion I imagine we desperately need to have.
This is a thing that has been on my intellect for a extended time. I am culturally Jewish, but stay a fairly secular lifestyle. I come to feel like a little something is missing and I’ll be talking with attendees to hear their views.
I couldn’t be far more thankful for the two guests who are becoming a member of me for my first two episodes. Playwright and Actor Anusree Roy, and Philosopher, Author, and Professor Dr. Mark Kingwell.
My first interview is with the excellent and passionate playwright, Anusree Roy.
Anusree Roy is an Indo-Canadian award-winning playwright, actress and librettist who emigrated to Canada with her relatives at age 17. You could possibly know her work – Pyaasa, Letters to my Grandma, Roshni, Brothel #9 and her hottest play Minor Very and The Exceptional…or when she starred as Nurse Patel on the Tv set demonstrate Remedy.
Anusree grew up Hindu and her faith has carried her as a result of her early days as a battling playwright, a deep depression, and her struggles as an immigrant to Canada. We chat about her heritage and how her religion impacts her perform, along with a little bit of a detour to focus on race in Television and theatre. You can download her interview on iTunes, Stitcher, Google Engage in or any where else you pay attention to podcasts. Or you can listen down below:
My second job interview is with the fantastic and insightful professor, Dr. Mark Kingwell.
Dr. Mark Kingwell is a thinker and writer. He has posted multiple publications and has sent countless lectures all-around the world. He’s a columnist for a variety of publications, which includes the New York Periods, The World and Mail, the Walrus, and Utne Reader…to identify just a number of. He is a Professor of Philosophy at the College of Toronto.
We start off the interview talking about no matter if Dr. Kingwell is a Luddite and atheist, and circle about to Synthetic Intelligence, respectful dialogue, ethics, and substantially a lot more. You can down load his job interview on iTunes, Stitcher, Google Play or wherever else you pay attention to podcasts. Or you can hear beneath:
I’ll be sharing insights in my blog, and I hope you will sign up for me on this journey and find some insights you. If you like the podcast, be sure to give it 5 stars on iTunes and publish a positive overview. The initially handful of months just after launch are, from what I hear, fairly significant. Thank you.