The Religion of American Greatness, with Dr. Paul Miller
In a perfect, though not fully intentional, follow-up to the conversation in the previous episode about Conservative Nationalism, Dr. Paul Miller joins Matt and Alastair to discuss his critique of Christian Nationalism as laid out in his new book The Religion of American Greatness. The big question: What is the Biblical model of the relation between church and state? The next question: Are Baptists part of the problem or solution?Full show notes at www.merefidelity.com.
An insurance tour of London (With Paul Miller & Joe Powell)
Welcome to Insurance Covered, the podcast that covers everything insurance. In this special episode Peter is joined by 2 guests, Paul Miller of HFG Recruitment for his third appearance on the podcast and Joe Powell, Insurance Covered super fan and title insurance underwriter based in Alabama. In this episode they will be going on a walking insurance tour of London. In this episode we discuss:The significance of Lombard street to insurance historyEdward Lloyd's coffee house and the origins of Lloyd'sHistorical landmarks in EC3 and why they are so important to history.The modern architecture in EC3 and which insurers are based thereThe Lloyd's building, past and present.We hope you enjoyed this episode, if you did please subscribe to stay up to date with future episodes. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Love hurts—in ways far beyond what we expect. Author Paul Miller beckons us to rethink love, even when we’re dying inside. Show Notes and Resources Find resources from this podcast at shop.familylife.com. Find more content and resources on the FamilyLife's app! Help others find FamilyLife. Leave a review on Apple Podcast or Spotify. Check out all the FamilyLife podcasts on the FamilyLife Podcast Network
Life's losses can leave us confused, cynical, bitter. But are we looking at the right map? Author Paul Miller’s “J-Curve”—dying and rising with Jesus—maps a different story. Show Notes and Resources Find resources from this podcast at shop.familylife.com. Find more content and resources on the FamilyLife's app! Help others find FamilyLife. Leave a review on Apple Podcast or Spotify. Check out all the FamilyLife podcasts on the FamilyLife Podcast Network
If God is real, why do we suffer? Author Paul Miller proposes a new framework for life’s losses—and revolutionizes the way we see God in our pain. Show Notes and Resources Find resources from this podcast at shop.familylife.com. Find more content and resources on the FamilyLife's app! Help others find FamilyLife. Leave a review on Apple Podcast or Spotify. Check out all the FamilyLife podcasts on the FamilyLife Podcast Network
What should Christians render unto God, and what should Christians render unto Caesar? Discerning the limits of our allegiance to Caesar is not always easy. Often Christians over-render to Caesar. We idolize political ideologies, or we tell ourselves that faithfulness to God means allegiance to a particular political ideology. In this conversation with host Warren Smith, Paul Miller makes a case against Christian nationalism and the tendency of its adherents to confuse it with the tenets of Biblical Christianity.
Paul Miller on South Africa's ailing mining industry
Solutions With David Ansara
South Africa is blessed with a rich endowment of mineral resources. For over a century, mining has formed the foundation of South Africa's economic development. However, the industry is struggling to survive in a hostile regulatory environment. In this episode of the Solutions With David Ansara podcast, I speak with mining finance professional, Paul Miller, about the problems affecting South African mining, and how to resuscitate this critical industry.
Paul Miller and Jeff Pojanowski on the Internal Point of View
The Private Law Podcast
Paul Miller and Jeff Pojanowski are law professors at the University of Notre Dame. Paul Miller has written extensively in the areas of fiduciary law, private law theory, corporate law, equity, and legal theory. Jeff Pojanowski writes in the areas of administrative law, jurisprudence, legal interpretation, and torts. In this episode, we talk about their paper The Internal Point of View in Private Law, which will be published in the American Journal of Jurisprudence.
Come join in a bit of April Fool's Fun as we chat with Pauly the Clown about spreading laughter and empowering children through 'circus wellness'. (Watch this episode on Youtube here: https://youtu.be/vjka-cFIQpI)Paul Hallinan Miller is a professional clown with more than a red nose and big shoes - he's also got big ideas. Since touring with the Ringling Bros (in lieu of attending his senior year of college), Paul has worked with children in a variety of health-related settings, developing his concept of circus wellness. In 2009, he founded Circus Mojo, a circus arts program for children and adults. Paul is now working towards creating 'The Institute of Social Circus & Vocational Training Center L3C'. This social venture will be the first training center in the world dedicated to teaching the circus techniques, team building skills and social work principles for the purposes of training, educating and meeting the social service needs of hospitalized individuals, youth in detention or in other institutionalized settings. To learn more about Paul Miller and his circus wellness projects, please visit www.circusmojo.com or follow @circusmojo on Instagram or Twitter ******* The Storytime Clinic is a biweekly podcast, hosted by pediatrician Dr Mfon Umoren, which highlights children's books featuring characters with health conditions (with the occasional interview episode featuring a guest with an interest in children's health). The goal of the podcast is to help us all better understand and support children with health conditions. Connect with us! @storytimeclinic on Twitter and Instagram Website: www.storytimeclinic.com Podcast available on most podcast players: www.storytimeclinic.com/subscribe