“School of Humanity” is a weekly podcast for Faith Fit Radio hosted by Jason and Rachel Bulman (Church of the Resurrection). Through engaging discussion and with the help of occasional guests, the Bulmans will take you on a journey to discover truth and beauty present in the world around us and within each and every person we encounter. Starting with the core truth that we are each “Imago Dei” (Image of God), join the School and become a student searching for God who seeks us and longs for us. Listen Wednesdays at 5 p.m.
- School of Humanity: Feminine Genius Part 2 E27
The second aspect of the feminine genius is sensitivity. We are called (male and female) to be sensitive to the needs of others and the promptings of the Holy Spirit.
- School of Humanity: Feminine Genius Part 1 E26
Man and woman He created them. Receptivity is imperative to the discovery of our identity as beloved. How does this apply to man and woman? Identity is better expressed through relationship and not through things or actions.
- School of Humanity E25
“Rules and Responsibilities”
The rules are not meant to be broken. Listen as the Bulmans, with returning guests Thomas and Joanna, discuss freedom and responsibility associated with masculinity and femininity.
- School of Humanity E24
“Episode 24: Mission 24”
Thomas and Joanna join Rachel and Jason again as we dive into scripture, particularly Ephesians 5 and the creation story. What do these references have to say about the human person in respect to femininity and masculinity?
- School of Humanity E23
“Societal Constructs and Gender”
Join us for an introduction to masculinity and femininity with special guests Joanna Kauer and Thomas LaPointe. Listen as we explore the social constructs that falsely define gender in the first part of a series about identity, femininity, masculinity and anthropology. AKA we use really big words but just want to be saints.
- School of Humanity E22
Jason and Rachel discuss the importance of a proper understanding of man as innately good as he is made in the image and likeness of God. Man ultimately desires goodness.
- School of Humanity E21
“What do Young Adults Need Today?”
With nearly a decade of young adult ministry behind them, Rachel and Jason discuss the things that they have learned about the young adult heart. In their experiences, they have found that young adults are in need of truth and reverence. How are these accomplished in small group study? But even prior to these two things, the Bulmans have discovered that there is no greater need than the need for authentic love and identity.
- School of Humanity E20
Rule 14: Identifying Our Weaknesses and Vulnerabilities
The series on the Rules of Discernment comes to an end in episode 20. Join Rachel and Jason as they discuss the final Rule that concentrates on the ways of the enemy in identifying our weaknesses and vulnerabilities. Turn these areas of weakness into points of strength with help from St. Ignatius of Loyola and Fr. Timothy Gallagher.
- School of Humanity E19
“Rule 13: The Enemy Values Secrecy!”
The enemy values secrecy! Listen as Rachel and Jason dive into one of the final rules of the discernment of spirits examining the quality of the enemy to tempt us with false promises and lies while hoping that we will keep it to ourselves. One of the greatest weapons against the enemy is to surround yourself with likeminded people which you can also count on as guides and spiritual directors on your pursuit of holiness. Let’s break the silence together!
- School of Humanity E18
“Rule 12: The ways in which the enemy deceives us”
The rules take a new turn with rules 12, 13 and 14. Join Rachel and Jason as they talk about the metaphors presented in the final three rules. Each metaphor points towards a characteristic of the enemy that we need to be aware of. In rule 12, we must always remember that the enemy is essentially weak – he is very small. We tend to make the enemy much larger than he really is.