Spirit in Action

Spirit in Action – August 30, 2004

A Discussion of Otto Rank Today, host Matthew Fox spends the hour discussing the important work of Humanist Psychologist, Otto Rank (1884-1939). Matthew refers to several books in the show, including Art & Artist and Beyond Psychology, both by Otto Rank, and Ernest Becker, and The Denial of Death. This is the final program in … Continued


Spirit in Action

Spirit in Action – August 23, 2004

Dr. Bruce Chilton Host Matthew Fox talks with Dr. Bruce Chilton, author of Rabbi Jesus, and his new book, Rabbi Paul. Chilton’s presentation of these two founders of Christianity examines them as devout Jews, and discusses the social and spiritual issues they faced in their lives and times.


Spirit in Action

Spirit in Action – August 16, 2004

DR. CLARISSA PINCOLA ESTÉS Today, host Matthew Fox talks with author and counselor, Dr. Clarissa Pincola Estés, who’s book, Women Who Run With the Wolves, was a long term best seller. They’ll be discussing her recent research and her long-term work with the students, faculty, and parents at Columbine High School.


Spirit in Action

Spirit in Action – July 26, 2004

Kirk Schneider Matthew Fox is joined by Dr. Kirk Schneider to discuss his important new book, The Rediscovery of Awe: Splendor, Mystery and the Fluid Center of Life, which illustrates how the capacity for awe (humility and wonder, thrill and anxiety) can energize key aspects of contemporary life-from the realm of the everyday, to the … Continued


Spirit in Action

Spirit in Action – July 19, 2004

Dr. Howard Thurman African-American Mystic Today’s program features Rev. Dorsey Blake, pastor of The Church for the Fellowship of All Peoples, in San Francisco, discussing the life and work of his mentor and predecessor at that church, Dr. Howard Thurman. Thurman is known for his influence on many activists in the American mid-century, including Dr. … Continued


Spirit in Action

Spirit in Action – July 5, 2004

Bishop William Swing& Katerina Alexander Today, host Matthew Fox is joined by two fascinating guests. First, he’ll talk with Bishop William Swing of the Episcopal Diocese of California, who is the founder of the United Religions Initiative. The second half of the program will be spent with Katerina Alexander, who has been selected as the … Continued


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