Paul Rogers on narratives of the war in Ukraine, Iceland's Canadian first lady Eliza Reid, Star British physicist Brian Cox, Michael Coren's case for Christianity's return to its roots
The Sunday Magazine
This week on The Sunday Magazine with guest host David Common:• Peace studies professor Paul Rogers argues we need a more accurate narrative of the war in Ukraine• Iceland's Canadian first lady Eliza Reid on why her country leads the world in gender equality• Star physicist and BBC host Brian Cox celebrates the imperfection of science• Why Anglican priest Michael Coren thinks Christianity needs to return to its rootsDiscover more at https://www.cbc.ca/sunday
INTVU: Michael Coren - Growth, Spirtuality, Footy, Not Necessarily in that order!
Footy Prime The Podcast
Writer, Broadcaster, and recently ordained Anglican priest, oh and a Tottenham Spurs fan, joins James and Craig for an in-depth, revealing and sometimes surprising interview about religion in sport, his individual journey, and Footy.
Michael is an Anglican cleric, an author and a columnist. He also hosted a nightly television and radio show for 15 years, for which he won numerous awards. He’s a columnist for The Toronto Star, and a frequent contributor to the Globe and Mail, NOW magazine, TVOntario, The Walrus, Macleans, The Critic, and several other Canadian and British publications. He is the best-selling author of sixteen books, including biographies of G.K. Chesterton, H.G. Wells, Arthur Conan Doyle, J.R.R. Tolkien, and C.S. Lewis. He has contributed to the Dictionary of National Biography and several other anthologies and is published in many countries and in more than a dozen languages.
Welcome to the first encore guest on Not That Kind of Rabbi. The Reverend Michael Coren. I always enjoy his thoughtful and deeply knowledge based approach to the sacred. This time we'll talk post-COVID, Israel and Palestine and the big question... Is Capitalism a proper container for Christian thought? Support us at patreon.com/NTKR
March 16, 2021 - Rev. Michael Coren, Jamie Manson on The Vatican's decree re: LGBTQ unions as "sin"
Real Talk Ryan Jespersen
LGBTQ Catholics may not have been surprised by the Vatican's declaration that same-sex unions are a sin it cannot bless, but that doesn't mean the message didn't sting. Rev. Michael Coren, an Anglican cleric, columnist, and broadcaster, shares his response, including why he ultimately left the Catholicism. Jamie Manson, president of Catholics 4 Choice, and one of the few LGBTQ columnists in religious media through her time at the National Catholic Reporter, speaks to the advocacy work being done on this front. Ryan and Sam take on the story making headlines around the world — Alberta's "War Room" quarrelling with Netflix over the streaming giant's "Bigfoot Family" cartoon. 10:31 - Rev. Michael Coren 35:48 - Jamie Manson1:09:08 - War Room vs. Netflix
Michael Coren on changing his social views and the response from Christians
Culture At A Crossroads
Radio/TV host, author, and writer Michael Coren joins the show to talk about changing his view on gay marriage, and how Christian Canadians reacted. He digs up the roots as to why he was once one of Canada's leading voices for people of faith, and what life has been like since then. He re-traces his journey in Canadian media, and dives into the importance of making Christianity about worshiping Jesus...Read more...>>>
Foundation Forward Podcast, Episode 6: Michael Coren
Foundation Forward: Ideas that inspire
Toronto writer and Anglican Deacon Michael Coren's most recent books tackle subjects like inclusion and grace - not ideas universally attached to his name a decade ago. From the garden of Toronto's Church of St Martin-in-the-Field he tells us about his journey to ordination, and the role generosity played.
Rev. Michael Coren is an Anglican cleric, an author and a columnist. He also hosted a nightly television and radio show for 15 years, for which he won numerous awards.He’s a columnist for The Toronto Star, and a frequent contributor to the Globe and Mail, NOW magazine, Ipolitics, TVOntario, The Walrus, Macleans, The Critic, and several other Canadian and British publications.He is the best-selling author of sixteen books, including biographies of G.K. Chesterton, H.G. Wells, Arthur Conan Doyle, J.R.R. Tolkien, and C.S. Lewis. He has contributed to the Dictionary of National Biography and several other anthologies and is published in many countries and in more than a dozen languages.Michael has received several awards for his writing and broadcasting. In 2005 he won The Ed Murrow Award for Radio Broadcasting, in 2006 The RTNDA Radio Broadcasting Award, in 2007 the Communicator Award in Hollywood and in 2008 the Omni Award for his television show. In 2012 he was awarded the Queen’s Jubilee Medal for his services to media and in 2013 he was named North American Columnist of the Year at the Catholic Press Association awards. Follow Us: Instagram: www.instagram.com/crossborderpodcast/ Twitter: twitter.com/CrossBorderPod Facebook : www.facebook.com/CrossBorderInterviewPodcast Website: www.crossborderinterviews.ca Cross Border Interviews is owned by Miranda, Brown & Associates Inc.
This Little Light of Mine - LGBTQ, Christianity, religious trauma, mental health
Hello and welcome to Episode 12 of This Little Light Of Mine. My name is James Powell and I’m glad that you’re able to join me for today’s episode, ‘I was wrong’. In today’s episode I’m joined with best-selling author, columnist, Anglican cleric and former nightly television and radio host, Michael Coren. Michael and I will be talking about his book Epiphany and “what went wrong” on his journey from being the posterboy of Catholic conservatism towards his profound spiritual and personal change of heart towards the queer community. Michael is a Christian author and broadcaster who hosted the night show ‘The Arena’ for four years on Sun News, the Canadian version Fox News in the United States (let that sink in for a minute). Michael was well known for opposing same - sex marriage and was, in Canada, arguably the institution’s most high - profile opponent, came to be not only a passionate defender of marriage equality but also a champion of gay rights and an outspoken campaigner for full acceptance of gay people into the Christian church . I would highly encourage you to follow Michael on Twitter @MichaelCoren to experience Michael’s social commentary, intellect and homour. A huge thank again to Michael Coren for joining us today and for helping set a new course forward with three simple words “I was wrong”. What about you? As you listen to Michael’s words today, as you look around our world, our political landscape or the relationships in your life; could you be wrong about any of your beliefs? Or are you 100% certain? I’m starting to wonder if it’s that ‘certainty’ that might actually be the sin we should all really be afraid of. Thank you so much for joining us today and I look forward to connecting with you in two-weeks’ time for our next story episode called ‘Gospel Gaslighting’ where I dive into lessons of hyper-vigilant love I was taught while growing up in an evangelical church. Thank you again for being with us today and before I go I want to remind you. Your story is important. You were designed with a powerful voice, no matter who you are. We need to hear what you have to say. You matter, you are needed, you are wanted, and you are loved. James