Krista Tippett on Being

  • Tuesday 1 p.m.–2 p.m.
  • Tuesday 10 p.m.–11 p.m.
  • Sunday 7 a.m.–8 a.m.

On Being with Krista Tippett takes up the big questions with scientists and theologians, artists and teachers — some you know and others you'll love to meet. Each week a new discovery about the immensity of our lives.

  • Dec 18

    James Martin — Finding God in All Things

    James Martin — Finding God in All Things

    Before Pope Francis, James Martin was perhaps the best-loved Jesuit in American life. He’s followed the calling of St. Ignatius of Loyola, the founder of the Jesuit order, to “find God in all things” — and in 21st-century forms. To delve into Fr. Martin's way of being in the world is to discover the "spiritual exercises" St. Ignatius designed to be accessible to everyone more than six centuries ago. Also his thoughts on the "un-taming" Christmas.

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  • Dec 18

    [Unedited] James Martin with Krista Tippett

    [Unedited] James Martin with Krista TippettThis unedited conversation with James Martin comes from the produced show "Finding God in All Things." Before Pope Francis, Fr. James Martin was perhaps the best loved Jesuit in American life. He’s followed the calling of the founder of the Jesuit order, St. Ignatius of Loyola, to “find God in all things” – and in 21st century forms. To delve into Fr. Martin’s way of being in the world is to discover the "spiritual exercises" St. Ignatius designed to be accessible to everyone more than six centuries ago. Also, "un-taming" Christmas. See more at www.onbeing.org/program/james-martin-finding-god-in-all-things/7121
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  • Dec 11

    Joy Ladin — Gender and the Syntax of Being: Identity and Transition [remix]

    Joy Ladin — Gender and the Syntax of Being: Identity and Transition

    Gender defines us from the moment we’re born. But how is that related to the lifelong work of being at home in ourselves? For as far back as Joy Ladin can remember, her body didn’t match her soul. We explore this question through her story of transition from male to female — in an orthodox Jewish world.

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  • Dec 11

    [Unedited] Joy Ladin with Krista Tippett

    [Unedited] Joy Ladin with Krista TippettThis unedited conversation with Joy Ladin comes from the show "Gender and the Syntax of Being: Identity and Transition." Gender defines us from the moment we’re born. But how is that related to the lifelong work of being at home in ourselves? For as far back as Joy Ladin can remember, her body didn’t match her soul. We explore this question through her story of transition from male to female — in an orthodox Jewish world. See more at www.onbeing.org/program/gender-and-the-syntax-of-being-joy-ladin-on-identity-and-transition/5646
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  • Dec 04

    Seth Godin — The Art of Noticing, and Then Creating [remix]

    Seth Godin — The Art of Noticing, and Then Creating

    We live in a world that is recreating itself one life and one digital connection at a time. On this landscape for which there are no maps, Seth Godin is a singular thought leader and innovator in what he describes as our post-industrial "connection economy." Rather than merely tolerate change, he says, we are all called now to rise to it. We are invited and stretched in whatever we do to be artists — to create in ways that matter to other people.

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  • Dec 04

    [Unedited] Seth Godin with Krista Tippett

    [Unedited] Seth Godin with Krista TippettThis unedited conversation with Seth Godin comes from the produced show "The Art of Noticing, and Then Creating." We live in a world that is recreating itself one life and one digital connection at a time. On this landscape for which there are no maps, Seth Godin is a singular thought leader and innovator in what he describes as our post-industrial "connection economy." Rather than merely tolerate change, he says, we are all called now to rise to it. We are invited and stretched in whatever we do to be artists — to create in ways that matter to other people. See more at www.onbeing.org/program/seth-godin-on-the-art-of-noticing-and-then-creating/5000
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  • Nov 26

    Carrie Newcomer — A Conversation with Music

    Carrie Newcomer — A Conversation with Music

    Something of a celebrity in Quaker circles, Carrie Newcomer is best known for her story-songs that get at the raw and redemptive edges of human reality. For Thanksgiving, a musical conversation with the Indiana-based and born folk singer-songwriter whose been called a "prairie mystic." She writes and sings about the grittiness of hope and the ease of cynicism.

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  • Nov 26

    [Unedited] Carrie Newcomer with Krista Tippett

    [Unedited] Carrie Newcomer with Krista TippettThis unedited conversation with folk singer-songwriter Carrie Newcomer comes from the produced show "A Conversation with Music." Something of a celebrity in Quaker circles, Carrie Newcomer is best known for her story-songs that get at the raw and redemptive edges of human reality. For Thanksgiving, a musical conversation with the Indiana-based and born folk singer-songwriter who has been called a "prairie mystic." She writes and sings about the grittiness of hope and the ease of cynicism. See more at www.onbeing.org/program/carrie-newcomer-a-musical-conversation/7049
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  • Nov 20

    Reza Aslan — Islam's Reformation

    Reza Aslan — Islam's Reformation

    In a probing and personal conversation, Reza Aslan opens a refreshing window on religion in the world and Islam in particular. It’s a longer view of history and humanity than news cycles invite — certainly when it comes to the Arab Spring, or to ISIS. His life is a kind of prism on the fluid story of religion in this century. But in a globalized world, we all have a personal stake in how this story unfolds.

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  • Nov 20

    [Unedited] Reza Aslan with Krista Tippett

    [Unedited] Reza Aslan with Krista TippettThis unedited conversation with Reza Aslan comes from the produced show "Islam's Reformation." In a probing and personal conversation, Reza Aslan opens a refreshing window on religion in the world and Islam in particular. It’s a longer view of history and humanity than news cycles invite — certainly when it comes to the Arab Spring, or to ISIS. His life is a kind of prism on the fluid story of religion in this century. But in a globalized world, we all have a personal stake in how this story unfolds. See more at www.onbeing.org/program/reza-aslan-on-islams-reformation/7039
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