PLAYING WITH FIRE: Prometheus and Higgs Boson

God as the original engineer isn’t threatened or confirmed by the Higgs boson. by Craig Detweiler

Francis Collins: The Language of God, A Scientist Presents Evidence for Belief Podcast: Live At Earl Palmer Ministries

The Higgs-Boson has been dubbed the "God Particle" and recent research has "found" evidence of its existence. Many have argued that to name it the "God Particle" is a misnomer and detriment to the scholarship of Science. Francis Collins might argue that there is no conflict in such an approach.  Join host Dick Staub as he engages […]

Brett McCracken's Hipster ChristianityPodcast: Live at Canada West with Bill Hogg 1 of 1

In our premier Kindlings Muse Canada West broadcast of 2011, Bill Hogg and our cadre of gadflies, film critic Peter T. Chattaway, and filmmaker Kevin Miller, add their wit and wisdom to the discussion. Brett McCracken's Hipster Christianity. McCracken's debut book, deconstructs evangelicalism's quest for cool and considers the trends the church openly embraces. McCracken alleges that we are, "turning Christianity […]

TITLE: TKM Canada: Social Media and Amusing Ourselves to DeathPodcast: Live at Canada West with Bill Hogg 1 of 1

Listen in as Bill Hogg hosts Kindlings Canada West regulars Dr Allyson Jule and Peter Chattaway as they are joined in lively conversation by Dr Carson Pue. Carson Pue is the president of Arrow Leadership and the best selling author of "Mentoring Leaders: Wisdom for Developing Character, Calling and Competency." In 1985, Neil Postman published […]

After the Storm: Hilla Medalia, John and Ed Priddy Podcast: Live from Sundance 2010 at The Windrider Forum: Segment 1 of 1

Host Dick Staub discusses a film the NYT describes as, "A big, warm hug of feel-better entertainment and a community salve." The film tells the story of New York-based actor James Lecesne, choreographer Gerry McIntyre and musical director Randy Redd Who embark on a journey to New Orleans to see how they can help in the […]

Fingerprints of God: The Science of Spirituality" by Barbara Haggerty Podcast: Live At Hales Segment 1 of 1

In her book Fingerprints of God NPR religion correspondent Barbara Bradley Haggerty set out in search for a science of spirituality. Interviewing leading neurologists, physicists, psychologists and a burgeoning breed of scientists intent on researching the physical imprint of the spiritual, her book offers a travelogue through the world of research into the reality of […]

IN MEMORIAM: The Magical Chorus & Dave ScholerGuest Blogger Dick Staub

Originally posted on 3/9/2005. David Scholer, one of my dearest mentor who died last Friday after a long battle with cancer. Here is a piece in which I expressed my appreciation for this man who changed my life. What to make of a filmmaker who "is bored with and doesn't like blockbuster films" and "doesn't […]

Eckart Tolle's A New EarthPodcast: Live At Hales Segment 1 of 1

A few years ago Vanity Fair said, "Oprah Winfrey arguably has more influence on the culture than any university president, politician or religious leader except the Pope." Christianity Today observed, "to her audience of more than 22 million mostly female viewers, she has become a post-modern priestess an icon of church-free spirituality." This past year […]

Sir Ken Robinson. "Do Schools Kill Creativity?"Guest Blogger Dick Staub

My friend Marty sent me an email that said. "Watch This." Good friends don't waste good friends time in seasons where there is none to be wasted, so I knew he meant business the business of rekindling creativity among thoughtful creatives for whom God is of central importance. I now pass it on to you. […]

Top Films 2007: Into Great Silence. There Will Be Blood. The Devil Came On Horseback. Assassination of Jesse James. Hot Fuzz. Juno. Gone Baby Gone. Feast of Love. Deep Water.TKM Live at The Movies Segment 1 of 1

In this special edition hosted by Dick Staub, we asked each of our three movie critics to select their favorite films of 2007. Here are their picks and comments from Jeffrey Overstreet, film critic, author of Auralia's Colors and Through a Screen Darkly, Greg Wright Managing Editor of and Past the Popcorn and our […]