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The Love Cast with Jamal

The Love Cast is a weekly podcast show by author Jamal Jivanjee that will examine topics, as well as conduct informative interviews, related to love, relationships, Christian community, religious deconstruction, etc...
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Aug 18, 2020

Did you know that violating the law of least effort leads to burnout, relational breakdown, and the perpetuation of poverty?  Most of us have been conditioned to believe in the hard work ethic, but true, sustainable, and effective accomplishment occurs by honoring the law of least effort.  Give this episode a listen to find out more...   

Aug 11, 2020

Did you know that evangelical evangelist Billy Graham and microbiologist Louis Pasteur are both influential figures that are largely known for beliefs and theories that they espoused early in life but came to disavow in their later years? 

In the case of Louis Pasteur, most modern medical understanding of the immune system (and current treatment protocols) are rooted in ideas he later disavowed.  So, why is Louis Pasteur known for his earlier ideas and not his later discovery?  The same can be said for Billy Graham.  In this episode of The Love Cast, I talk about what Billy Graham and Louis Pasteur can teach us about the virtues of personal evolution.         

Aug 4, 2020

Do you know why my Facebook post about censorship was shared 459 times so far?

In this episode of The Love Cast, I talk about the flawed psychology of censorship, and what is at the root of the desire to censor others we may disagree with.  Censorship and ridicule of those we disagree with always speaks more about the nature of our own state of mind than those we are trying to censor or ridicule.  External forms of censorship are ultimately a mirror of an internal state of censorship.  Give this very important episode a careful listen...   

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