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"absalom" Discussed on Latest Sunday Audio
"Hope of everlasting life, which you have given us in our savior, Jesus Christ, amen. Well, I thought it was good for us to have two weeks to recover from my attempt at chapter 19. Some of you who were present in the evening know because I told you that in the afternoon I had a text from somebody in Wales and it just said thank you from an octogenarian because you remember it was the barzilla part. And I wrote him back and I said, oh, I appreciate your thanks because I really bit off more than I could chew. In fact, I gave the congregation as some kind of, they just, it was impossible for them. And I was hoping I think deep down inside that he would write back and say, oh no, no, it was okay. But he didn't. No. No, he didn't. He said, he said, parts of it were rather taxing. So it's good. It's good for us to be humbled. And so you should know that. But here we are. Some people have already reached the point. I know, because I'm hearing it, you're saying at least under your breath, when do we get to the part where it says, at the end of the verse, and the all lived happily ever after. When do we get to that bit? I mean, how many more deaths and murders do we have to have? Well, we're not going to get to that at the end of chapter 20 as you can see because there are two murders here and one of them is a beheading. So the return of David to Jerusalem, which we've been anticipating, his humiliation was such that he had fled all these things have happened in the interim period over a short period of time, absalom's rebellion has ended with his death. His folks are getting them back across the Jordan into Jerusalem, but it is not a return to tranquility. It is certainly not to prosperity..
"absalom" Discussed on The ChoNilla Podcast
"As they were going about olive he covered his head and was walking bare feet and because he did that everyone around him covered their heads and walk with bare feet. Who did that. Everyone who david was the one who did it first and then everybody saw him doing it and they're like oh. Maybe we should be doing that. Yeah and cover their hair their head cover their heads and they walked bare feet. Okay yes okay. And he was just doing it randomly. You eat it. 'cause he was sad right fuck. These sandals leasees because close right covered. I'm so sad so so that's the time that you ever been haitian funeral. I'm almost convinced like it's like a thin line to do that. At patient funerals take their tear their clothes. That's how emotional. I've never been. But now i wanna go so. That's around the time that david heard that his trusted adviser a hip of fell had been flipped and working with absolute. David was fg dear. God please make sure that. A hippo fell gives terrible advice to absalon. Wants david. In france go to the top of mount olive. He prayed and everyone was able to take a break while i was praying his old friend. Who shows up looking shoveled and wants to help david on the journey but david is all egg. You'll just slow me down. Fam- i need just. I just need you to breeze over to jerusalem and get cozy and tight with absolute when you find out stuff. Goes zadok and jonathan. Tell them everything and they will. Then tell me what you told them. Cut to a shy arriving. At the gates of jerusalem justice absalom is taking over and chapter fifteen fade to black bible..
"absalom" Discussed on The Scathing Atheist
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"absalom" Discussed on The Scathing Atheist
"Sure if you say so now that we're alone i'm gonna make you watch the show supernatural. Please characters are boring. And i don't care about the overall through line because they kill the mum literally the second seasons. Hey at least. Marry me. I so i can make you watch great british bake off. Never absolutely not okay. I feel like we're getting a little lost in the weeds on your substitution eli. I'm telling you people are going to get it. They're gonna you don't like oh just great british bake off done. You don't need to shorten it. It's not military code is it's a delightful show. I'm not saying it's not a good show. I'm saying i've never turned on my television eager to watch it. Like i get it. Stephanie is a lighthouse salesman from shropshire and her sponge dry. Just oh no so. The guy has three thousand. Comic books doesn't like great british bake off because it's too repetitive. You don't even go here this. This podcast used to be about atheism. There's no god then the after ammon had introduced tomorrow supernatural. He hated her exceedingly. So that the hatred where with the hated her was greater than the love wherewith he had wanted to introduce her. The supernatural. what do you mean. You can't tell dean. And sam in mean. I just don't know how they're supposed to be different. You're crazy. dean is the smart and charming hand. One who's a bit of a bad boy. But sam is the bad boy who's handsome but he's also smart and charming thinking early just worse. You're worth buffy liar father's forever because you ruined ruined like daytime sci fi monster the week. Maybe so tomorrow's brother absalom finds out what ammen did and comes up with a plan for revenge kunduz..
"absalom" Discussed on The Scathing Atheist
"Taking the gas pedal. I don't know that's it's on him and finally tonight. It occurs to me that we've been we've been given got really hard time handling for a long. It's like our thing but we never given credit for all the good stuff he's doing so in the interest of you know fair and balanced journalism. I think it's important that we thank the omnipotent creator of universe for all his amazing work with specifically lazy-faire economics ma. So you know. God invented price discovery with his beautiful invisible hand and he deserves a big congratulations and a big hat tip. Also to joe carter the editor of the gospel. Coalition evangelical blogging network forgiving me. This very important insight to talk about is. I like the christians of stopped with the namby-pamby like god. It's the hands assertions shit and now they're just like the idea of money nece is like hey can perform miracles. Well no but he can incentivize them. That's actually creates a stupid fucking so dumb. So here's what. Joe carter had to say about the unsung hero of economics. At the source of that beautiful invisible trickle quote there are intricate and beautiful aspects of god's creative genius that we don't often think about take for instance the price system in its most basic sense. A price is merely a numeric value assigned to a product or service it in all the senses. That's but we say the word me- word but we can also say that price is a signal wrapped in an incentive to be coordinated by god. Can't you can write it on a legal right to say it. Although difficult prices are signals wrapped in a 'nigma 's right you get out of here. Okay continuing one more time. Humans set individual prices. But it was god who designed the price system as a means of coordinating human activity for the purposes of human flourishing and quote. Okay that's said like a man who's never bought diapers or or god hates babies one of the i know i see what he's saying the like without god. How would we even know what a rape victims virginity was worth. That's true right system. it's important. Yeah good stuff. God but how did condiments fit in your probably quarter continued. God knows and cares about what may seem trivial issues. Such as whether you like ketchup on your fries. And he's provided a way for our neighbors to help meet those needs. Heard he's got the whole world.
"absalom" Discussed on The Scathing Atheist
"I know he's ilan did create a mountain toddler. He can't move and he can't. Well done sir so yeah sadly this is something that we see so often that anna rhoda fucking song about it but this one is getting more less social media than most because a there's a nanosecond of video of the beginning of the accident and be this crazy piece of shit had her eleven year old daughter in the car when she did this. Yeah no luckily and notice. I did not use the fucking were. Miraculously nobody was seriously injured. But jesus co pilot was arrested on charges of felony assault endangering a child and driving under suspension which strongly suggests that maybe jesus has failed to take the wheel on her before. Yeah he's also failed to take the wheel for every other car accident in history that yeah the racket. He's like a passive aggressive boyfriend. I want you to want me to take the wheel and even then he's still sucks driving right us. Yeah sounds like me on a thing. And so i should be clear that the reports we've seen on the suggest that she was not like drunk or high or anything like that at the time of the accident. The local story. I've seen on this points out. The officers at the hospital quote did not detect any signs of impairment from drugs or alcohol and quote. She told officers that she intentionally drove at a high rate speed without steering to quote test her faith with god end quote and apparently says she stood by her decision and thinks it was the right thing to do so when i point out that her religious zealotry didn't physically injured her daughter. I almost feel legally obligated to add yet. Yeah just really hope. This kid makes it long enough to drive mom to the hospital one day. Super slowly was like nah. No i know your chest hurts mom. But that's a yield sign. Hey hey hey. Hey maybe jesus will take the yield. We're having up. you're asleep. Broken not.
"absalom" Discussed on The Scathing Atheist
"The voice of the fetus in that show fucking is technically wire lou one hundred percent. Yes so first of all. If you haven't watched the trailer that porter produced with the movie money you must watch. I'm not saying it's worth it. We could do an entire episode of our sister show godawful movies about a trailer but if there was a trailer we could do got off of movies out. That's the one honey. You have to give birth to this child or do i burn. Burn burn burn sitcom about sit com. Yeah so like you said. Porter is currently fundraising the measly. Five hundred thousand dollars. She needs to make this pro forced birth romp a reality. Here's a quote from the fundraiser quote. Well most non-christians are drawn to sermons. Everyone wants to laugh. The sitcom wants a girl to do will make people laugh while putting god and his truths in a positive light finally end quote. Yeah like wh what could be more universally appealing show gold. What's a girl to do from a writer offended by that implication of autonomy right it continues quote. There are a lot of good christian movies super wrong but there are no christian sitcoms from which to choose irregular wrong yemen. Etiam wrong media. Let's change that instead of entertainment with the indoctrination of godless world worldview. Let's create a quality sitcom that honors. God and advance his kingdom while having fun and we like to have fun here. Pro-life sitcom end of the show. We all learned an important lesson. Fetus jump freeze happening. But it's it's not all good news. Sadly miss porter has only raised just over two thousand dollars as of this recording. But i need her to find that other four hundred ninety eight thousand not just for the job security but that is definitely a part of it so if no one heath would just let me remortgage the house. We could be a part of that but they won't. It's very sad pot. We all right and we made sure that eli hasn't put up any new for sale signs in the yard. We're gonna pause for a word from our second sponsor this week. All birds can have a walk on guest role. Hey welcome typical shoe. Buying experience can help you. Because i am dressed as a referee. Yeah about that. Why are you running. Shoes are for sports right right. But they're also like for no bunch other stuff just seems like referees. Very it was not listening. So i'm thinking that you're gonna wanna pair these. The brand name famous athlete name. Just eight hundred ninety nine dollars. Eight hundred ninety nine dollars. Yeah i super do not wanna spend that amount of money on shoes to people. Spend that much money on like sneakers. Apparently it could literally be an underground spy program for all you know. Did you see the line outside. I did see line. Yeah very weird to have that size of mine anyway. Do you have something less pricey than that. I'll of course here. You go Shoes three dollars. Oh yeah these look like something eli would wear yup. This is exactly the shoes that he wears. Okay right so do you have anything in the middle. You know something lightweight and stylish but not insanely overpriced. Not here at typical shoe store..
"absalom" Discussed on The Scathing Atheist
"Techs christopher. He's a former bull rider. Sure and of credentials. And the against your. He'll browser said quote. Thousands paramount objective was to convey that the black lives matter cult which is a denominational sect of the religion of secular. Humanism is the favored religion of the city and the nation. You haven't been accused of something. You wish was true. Just happens a lot here what i. I'm pretty sure the bible has at least as much to say about black lives not mattering as it does about homosexuality being bad so i i see how they get. Their iran works for their religion expression and hate speech. Yes it's yes so the ruling came from. Us district judge trevor mcfadden. Who was way too nice about saying. Go fuck yourself. Latin word games did seem like he was having fun with it. He used the phrase creed occur to describe very serious allegations of the plaintiff that the court takes very very seriously eagled if the creek occur and then he explained how federal court works to a five year old ruling. The whole thing was in that voice. There was like okay. Did you show any standing know exactly and we're not going to rename it. Jesus is the answer boulevard. did you ask for any legal remedy. That's not stupid like that. No no you did. Not and then. I gave you nine more chances than what we say by that. You have to show it this. Show good just leading the whole thing. But it had but if you're being persecuted by black lives mattering fucking good right. Yeah good yeah and in all in the family news. Regular listener to the show may remember the heartbreak and pain. We were caused last october when we learned that president of faith to action. That's the number. Janet porter would not in fact. Be making the pro-life romantic comedy. She shot a trailer for well. Dear podcast lister. Raise your eyes to the skies and sing a song of hope once more because miss border has decided to make ur movie into a thirteen episode sitcom bed appropriate already. Fundraising for it. Holy shit we couldn't make ninety quality minutes of a movie happened anyway. Here's a thirteen episode series. Stand by the way. Gilbert godfrey is not.
"absalom" Discussed on The Scathing Atheist
"One last and in more like sociopath news homeopath naturopathy and dangerous. Con person julie aim. Maisy was arrested this week. For providing her so-called patients with so-called homeopathic vaccination pellet as well as forged vaccination cards to match the dates of their nothing because why not just not get vaccinated and cause a plague when you can commit felonies not get vaccinated and spread of plague instead. Yeah and no by the way. We are not legally required to say alleged con person until she gets convicted because con person is a synonym for homeopath and she puts that should on her business card. Worst case scenario we would have to identify her as alleged con person and con person shouli. She's manifesting her own destiny. Yeah so according to court documents a family member of one of mazey's patients submitted a complaint to the department of health and human services office of inspector general hotline after that family member told them that quote. Maisy stated that the pellets contain the cove in nineteen virus and would create an antibody response in the immune system and quote. Who's buying this stuff. She's like yeah. So i bought a barrel. Cova did Then a poured out a thimble cove. It's actually really hard over the blaze. Then i put the thimble into a fucking lake and made hills from the lake by medicine from me a whole pump billion dollar industry and but no any other lakes but it gets worse again quote. Maisy sent.
"absalom" Discussed on The Scathing Atheist
"Massing mandates forced them to cover up god and no. I am not exaggerating. How dumb it is from the soup. Quote a mask shields our humanity at because god created us in his image. We are masking that image and quote. Yeah here's the thing. I was in michigan recently. And i am not welcome at that wendy's anymore without clothing and religious issue. I mentioned god's image during not help. It actually escalated the moment. Anything i was in that wendy's lotta of people were screaming. Oh my god. They have no exciting obviously religious so her i love that you said anymore as though up until then you were okay. So yeah this case comes to us from a catholic. Elementary school called the resurrection school of that name is probably a reference to jesus but given their commitment to unsafe conditions. I'm not going to bet on their filed. A suit against the michigan department of health and human services last october claiming that mask forced them to cover up that you know self portrait that god carved into their head. They also ask them make it harder to socialize and they sincerely believe in socializing too to make sure that that kaunda's religion they added. I swear i am not making this shit up. Quote our existence as relational beings point to the holy trinity. And so in a way. Eighty can't immediately tell who's asking the barrier crayons how the health and the ghost. Jesus be the same guy. Even get it michigan. I also tell people apart by their chin. Clissold walks them from socializing until like they're trying to talk and they're just like you can't read the body language at the corners of the mouth very important and look generally speaking this type of shit doesn't rise to the level of lead story. A judge already denied a preliminary injunction in this case. And there's little chance that the court is going to find any different but even if they get it right this is a phenomenal exemplar of just how stupid the shit that are coarser adjudicating necessarily becomes as soon as we introduce the concept of sincerely held religious beliefs into our jurisprudence yup because sincerely held religious beliefs are pretty much depth. Initially buck and dumb like i mean look at some sincerely held religious beliefs. Are things like be kinda others and don't kill people but those kind of believes already have protection and law. Yup if you have had to resort to depending your belief by saying they sincerely held religious want that's because it was too dumb for any other belief categories were required by law to take seriously it should fit into basic ethics. And you had to go outside of that. Yes all the good ethics were taken so this.
"absalom" Discussed on The Scathing Atheist
"Is an atheist activist as that. You're ignoring all the good shit. That religion does people will admit that yes religious capable of inspiring bad actions and is often used to disguise. Ill intentions but if you're gonna be intellectually honest about it you have to weigh all of that against the good that it does end up until now. I've usually dismissed that argument by pointing out that there are no good aspects of religion. Right at best religion offers moonshine. It might occasionally reflect the inner light of a good person but it can't create light of its own but it occurred to me the other day that there might actually be a roundabout exception. That i've been missing though. I doubt it's one that religious apologists are going to be in a hurry to embrace. Like you know how. Everybody's god always feels the same way as they do about everything seen the attributed to pretty much every historical smart person but i think it was originally voltaire who said god created man in his own image and man has been trying to repay the favor ever since more to. The point is the famous quote from american novelist. An lamont you can safely. Assume you've created god in your own image when it turns out that god hates all the same people that you do and therein lies the elusive benefit to religion. See when a person gets to sub in the first person pronoun with the lord almighty they ended up telling you way more about themselves than they mean to without realizing that. They're basically telling us exactly what they would do if they had omnipotence. And nobody to answer to and that's useful because it's all too rare that big announced themselves by saying hello. I'm a bigot. But as soon as they tell you that their god doesn't much care for this subgroup or that other one they might as well have is your god. Want me to fear him. Is he an angry. God will he condemn me for a while. He one day return to wipe out all the nonbelievers and drown them and tribulations and bridal high pools of blood does. He only helps those who help themselves. Does he ignore the prayers of those who don't believe in him. I mean it already says plenty about a person that they would worship a deity with any of those flaws but it actually goes way deeper than that by disguising their own desires as those of an all powerful dictator. They've circumvented all the boundaries that society is imposed on their opinions. They don't hate gay people or racial couples or whatever. The bigotry is yours because they're still bounded by the social contract. God and rise above all that bullshit and just hate whoever he wants. Now you might hear this and think that it absolves an awful lot of religious people after all if he asked religious. People who got is the answer. You'll most often here isn't about you. Know his short temporaries eternal torture chamber though say that god is about unconditional love. And you know sure. That's better than hate the queers. I guess but it's not exactly complimentary. I mean it's nice to love and care about everybody but it's pretty fucked up to think that that's enough and sure enough people most likely to spout on about how god is. Love are also the ones most likely to tell you about the mission. They went on and mexico back in two thousand six when their charitable nature has challenged loving. Nine neighbor isn't enough. You also have to help the motherfucker from time to time. But if you tell me that your god loves everybody unconditionally but still give of them cancer. You're telling me you think those two things coincide in the same entity and you're telling me that you think you can love the people less fortunate than yourself without doing a god damn thing to help them and and and what about. The person who's got has a plan for everybody. The person who's got never gives anybody more than they can handle. Well they're probably just telling you what manipulative metal and motherfucker. They wished they could be. And they're definitely telling you that they think it's okay to dole out just as much misfortune as a person can handle and of course the person who's god checks people's hubris with adversity is usually the one most vocally supporting a punitive justice system with long prison terms so. Yeah i'll begrudgingly. Admit that religion actually. It does have one useful benefit to society is a great shortcut to knowing. Exactly what kind of asshole. You're dealing with talking school musical within joining.
"absalom" Discussed on The Scathing Atheist
"My sheets rock and by the new sexual fetish where we all dress up like tim curry from legend and fuck lucifer res lucifer lucifer's because even though i just made it up you are already all the fucking way into an archer and now the scathing atheist hey pat how you doing kevin sorbo here. I am tv and film actor. And i'm ninety is kevin sorbo and i can assure you that we did. In fact evolved from filthy. Came in. And i don't know what that means because i don't know if i actually put new stock in but it's just funny same filthy monkey ma. I think that's pretty funny. So i still think that a lotta men are still very filthy. Monkey men and i don't know we can do about that but i pretty sure that's kind of what's going on there so all you pat. Don't know where he lived on where you're at Really wish i wish people what city. They're from what state there from. Because maybe story about that state on i mean i. I'm signing off a great worker by It's thursday july twenty second and it's lasagna awareness. Month yeah big ups. The garfield for putting in the war right. No illusions Bosnich ten right and from chris christie's new jersey tiny red state blue state. This is the skating atheist. This week's episode natural paths. Play the cova card. We learned that god created the supply curve and it was good and we'll keep up our quest to see how many voices it takes to make the bible palatable but i the diatribe A common refrain that you'll hear when you put yourself out. There.
African Methodist Episcopal Church founded - April 9, 1816
"The day was April ninth eighteen sixteen. The African Methodist Episcopal Church was founded the Ame. Church as it's known was the first organized denomination and the US to be formed by black people. The AME church has its roots in the Free African society an organization that provided aid to newly freed black people in the US. Preachers Richard Allen and Absalom Jones as well as other people in Philadelphia forms organization in the seventeen eighty s facing discrimination. At Saint George's Methodist Episcopal Church in Philadelphia. A group of black congregants decided to leave the church. Most of them wanted to affiliate with the Protestant Episcopal Church since they did not want to align with the methodist who persecuted them so the Free African society opened the Saint. Thomas African Episcopal Church with Jones as the head but Allen led a small group of people who wanted to remain this in seventeen ninety four the BETHEL African Methodist Episcopal. Church was dedicated into service in seventeen ninety. Nine Bishop Francis Asbury of the Methodist Episcopal Church ordained Richard Alan. As minister BETHEL's Allan. White Methodist leaders develop the founding document of BETHEL Ame but as membership in the church grew so did tensions between the black people in the church in white authorities. The ladder attempted to limit. Bethel's independence doing things like threatening to prevent her to meetings. They still considered to be an entity that existed within Saint George's and therefore subject to its authority but Alan continued to advocate for African methodist independence. Even as white methodist escalated the tactics that they use to oppose the churches authorities. He turned to an attorney who advised him to add an African supplement to churches founding document. This supplement said that. Bethel's trustees rather than the methodist conference control the Church's property. It also says that if the pastor at Saint George's did not fulfil his preaching and Sacramento obligations. The trustees would call on someone else. On top of Allen's efforts BETHEL members rejected the actions of Saint George's ministers who attempted to assert their authority by eighteen sixteen BETHEL had around fourteen hundred members in the beginning of that year the validity of Allen's African supplement was challenged in the Pennsylvania Supreme Court. Alan emerged victorious in the case with a court. Affirming BETHEL's independence and Allen's right to self-determination as a pastor James Champion a minister at Bethel Daniel Coker obliged methods in Baltimore wrote a treatise about the rise of African methodism with and Allen encouraged their congregations to form a denomination April ninth eighteen sixteen Allen and coker called it black methodist to meet in Philadelphia. Coker was elected the first bishop of the African Methodist Episcopal Church but coker either declined the position or resigned and soon Alan was consecrated as the first bishop of the church as more black preachers and parisioners grew tired of dealing with racism and the Methodist Episcopal Church. They withdrew to align with the African methodist by the eighteen fifties. The denomination had reached California and after the civil war and reconstruction years membership in the Ame. Church grew significantly today. The Turks has membership in dozens of countries.
"absalom" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"I'm Ryan Gorman with me this evening Felix Vega and James Berlin there on the board we're talking about the situation at local stories and how they're protecting customers and employees if they're doing a good enough job phone lines are open eight hundred nine six nine ninety three fifty two again the numbers eight hundred nine six nine ninety three fifty two let's go to Jim and clear water now Jim how are you there are you done good thanks for the call there are just gave the Walmart in Clearwater and they're doing a heck of a good job they got people lined up you know this basic stayed away from each other six straight face and they've got a guard at the door making sure the child is blood doesn't exceed the number they want to get in there and I guess have to be bored mask Absalom someone though but but I was sort of mask and gloves just to be on the safe side did they have supplies today have cleaning products toilet paper things like that no they're totally out of place toilet paper any kind of they did have Kleenex I've got some Kleenex with those about it all right and how how many people were there I know they limited the amount of people who can get into the into the store but how many people were there was it was it a big line outside no no no no line at all there was a it was only about I would say maybe forty to fifty people in the store this is the clear water Walmart well.
"absalom" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Sick and dying as nurses car drivers coffin makers in grave diggers Absalom Jones and Richard Allen religious leaders who would later go on to found the first black churches of Philadelphia African Episcopal Church of St Thomas an African Methodist Episcopal Church respectively described their experiences volunteers in seventeen ninety three quote at this time the dread that prevailed over people's minds was so general that it was a rare instance to see one neighbor visit another and even friends when they met in the streets were afraid of each other much less what they admitted to their houses this is not the only horror that Absalom Jones and Richard Allen observed they observe horrendous behavior from the fearful citizens of Philadelphia many white people have acted in a manner that would make humanity shutter they said despite doctor rushes theory two hundred and forty African Americans died of yellow fever now the unwilling victims of yellow fever not just the infected children office suffered from a mild case of yellow fever while adults severely suffered the number of orphans increased his parents became casualties of the fever Jones and Alan observe quota woman died we were sent to bury her when I going into the house and taking the coffin in a dear little innocent accosted us with mama is a sleep don't wake her but when she saw us put her in the coffin the distress of the child was so great that it almost overcame us when she demanded why put her mom in the box we didn't know how to answer but committed her to the care of a neighbor left her with heavy hearts however result many orphanages were created to meet the growing needs Benjamin rush did find his own treatment for yellow fever by October by blood leeching and purging patients doctor rush decrease mortality in some cases he would remove a very high proportion of blood from the body he often gave calomel a mercury compound as a method to purge the pals there were several doctors and public figures such as journalist William Colbert who attacked his that is Russia's medical practice well that was the primary political enemy of rash going so far as to calling him a quack a murder he mentally unstable according to Jim Murphy author of the American flag later in eighteen hundred rush which suit coat Belfer liable for the amount of five thousand dollars after which co bell fled the country in disgrace though there is no true cure and a vaccine was not developed until nineteen thirty seven doctor rushes avid conviction to his personal cure gave his pate patience and strength and hope estimated the rush his medical treatment saved over six thousand people this dedication and perseverance to find a treatment one point Dr Russian self sellable yellow fever and with his own treatment administered by one of his assistants he became healthy despite a persistent cough Lillian rose comments on opinion of Russia after the operation writes Dr Benjamin Russ whose heroism during the yellow fever epidemic in Philadelphia going seventeen ninety three endeared him even to his political enemy now frost's mid to late October which froze over the stagnant pools of water where mosquitoes breed greatly decrease the incidence of yellow fever infections by November the horrific epidemic was over and residents finally return to their homes and lives those who states such as doctor rush her Absalom Jones to fight the yellow fever we're glorified heroes circuit judge William Bradford after hearing a rushes Dietz wrote he become the Darling of the common people in his humane fortitude and exertions will render him deservedly dear the only conflict they remain was the cause of the yellow fever plague and whether it was from the filth of the city is rush believe the opinions of others who argued that the seeds of the disease came from the West Indies as stated by modern author harbor at Bob Arnett deck soon after the governor of Pennsylvania Thomas Mifflin embrace both ideas called for greater civic cleanliness and stricter quarantine inspection of incoming vessels the yellow fever epidemic of seventeen ninety three forever change Philadelphia the the initial impact was gloom and dread great adaptions were made by the people of Philadelphia hospital's isolation hospitals and orphanages were built political leaders learned the importance of nursing care from the epidemics and attempted to revive it more carefully aggressive attempts were made to improve the city's sanitary conditions laws came into existence for homeowners to hold responsibility for cleaning up their property in Murphy stated the governor these cleanliness laws were rather we can generally ignored by all however when the nineteenth century these laws would eventually be enforced the great improvement was made in Philadelphia's water supply following the outbreak waste from pretty pets by products of manufacturing and trash a market seeped into private public wells use for drinking and cooking which result in a what Jim Murphy describes as evil smelling an evil tasting water the citizens of Philadelphia believe that foul smelling water could be the cause of health problems in seventeen ninety nine Benjamin Latrobe father American architecture was hired to design and construct Philadelphia's first water works in the first quarter system in the United States his water works design remove water from the Schuylkill river by a steam engine pump which pumps the water to a central pump house the central pump house located at the large central square broad and high streets used in another steam engine pump to lift the water into the huge would reservoirs which use gravity to carry the water to houses and businesses around the city the trouble later went on to design carry capital of the United States Washington DC water system ironically he died of yellow fever while constructing the water works of New Orleans in eighteen twenty one of the immediate changes to Philadelphia was the dispersal of residents who lived on the water side of Philadelphia merchants than living on waterfront street moved to reside in western outskirts of Philadelphia population movement change the growth of Philadelphia away from the waterfront Russian an enormous impact on the growth of medicine and medical care but at the time many other physicians the college of physicians disagree with Russia's belief of the cost so he resigned from the college of physicians has he viewed flawed medical logic of professional jealousy from his peers as stated by Jim Murphy the American award winning author the cause of yellow fever would not be known for another century rush was criticized for his belief that the onus was not imported turns out he was right yellow fever tore through the city like wildfire causing death of one six the population remaining the many tried to flee the city the effects of such a devastating epidemic could not be avoided at the death and decay several of history's greatest doctors such as Benjamin rush became combatants against the plague and consequently advanced medicine the growth of Philadelphia history Pennsylvania were forever altered by this tragedy which was endorsed by the residents of Philadelphia a little bit of history little bit of context I'll be right back in Washington small W. M. A. L. more Washington comes to talk the trading group.
"absalom" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"He didn't he legally but we need to hit these guys to rebound out about the NFL should treat running quarterbacks just like any other runner of a pocket in balance yeah and Absalom would simmer Zimmer's old school with this so then surprised me takes his position but once you leave the pocket you stop being quarterback and you start being a football player yeah that's that's just the Vichy shot you know let's call him between helmet to helmet utterly unnecessary that is that really is a Vichy shot I mean that is square in the face masks man that's dangerous but you know what I mean is a calculated risk and if you go to the vice plays that had you quarterback going out of the pocket by design and not just when things break down then you roll the dice and you're playing with fire and there's only so many protective roles in mechanisms that we could put in place to keep your quarterback upright nobody wants to see anybody get hurt he's absolutely right in that regard but it's football it's the NFL they're big strong men and if you get out of the pocket you think you're running back and you got a little wiggle you deserve to get pop are you in all are yeah yesterday we discussed at length the injured a boogie cousins in the fact the Lakers are considering bringing Dwight Howard back to Los Angeles how does an eight time all star and five time first team all NBA player but hasn't made either either list SO since two thousand fourteen and is averaging just fourteen point again the past four seasons now word is the Lakers are also trying out Joe Kim knows most space and might be considering trying to bring back Marcin Gortat from overseas all the four possibilities Dwight Howard is the best option for the Lakers.
"absalom" Discussed on Audio Theatre Central | Exploring Family Friendly Audio Drama
"Well. Let's move on two best original score and Heidi. Can you tell us who the nominees are the advent him volume one from wise king media composed by jared DEEPA squall black rock this shadow remake from Jonathan winstead composed by Catalin Korea David and Absalom Adventures and Odyssey from focus on the family composed by jared DIPA squall operation Mosul brinkman adventures from beach last ministries composed by jared daypack squall the treasure of the secret cove lamp later theater from Lamp Lider ministries composed by John Campbell all right. Hey let's open this envelope here. Thank goodness these are hard did open. Here's some solid envelopes and winner is the Ad Vitam volume one composed composed by jared deepest wall.
Magnitude 6.2 offshore quake hits west of Oregon: USGS
"Earthquake struck off the coast of Oregon yesterday the earthquake followed an intense week of seismic activity in which the so-called ring of fire was rocked by sixty nine quakes and just forty eight hours. The ring of fire stretches twenty five thousand miles clockwise around the Pacific Ocean from New Zealand to the southern part of South America. Whenever such