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"christian wagner" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Get A C L U lawyers on the bench, which is happening as we speak, who have a philosophy of no bonds. Let him go. No one's guilty till proven innocent. Guns are no big deal. Let him go out there. And as a consequence, there's two moms and two families of my Sean Elliott and Marcellus Whitehead right now. That at our very much decrying the idea of to fund the police. Oh, our bonds for guns. If you're 19 years old, and you're a gangbanger, and you're out in Westwood having shootouts on the street like in gun smoke, there's something wrong. There's something wrong and we we have to correct the entire system. But imagine of Cincinnati police at the same level of support as San Francisco police or Chicago police. We have a complete meltdown in our society. But Sergeant Dan I got to run because of time constraints, But we prayed for the for the recovery of Marcellus Whitehead. A little birdie whispered in my ear that He's got a ventilator in and it's a dire circumstance. We hope to God Almighty comes down and provide some miracle recovery for Marcellus White Hood Whitehead, but elections have consequences. Judge Patrick Denker locker never Would have released a 19 year old gangbanger on the streets in April and our bond and judge Christian Wagner did it, and previously judge Jennifer Branch did it, which is released. Somebody haven't convicted, then beating up a woman. Now he snaps off his bracelet He's running around. But really, it's happening constantly. And just to echo your thoughts. You know, I think Judge Dick Clark is still on the bench. I think ourselves with the young man would be fine, so As you said, God bless him, and let's all let's all take one deep breath and let them pray for for that young man. Sergeant Dan, Good luck to you this afternoon. God bless you. Thank you. All right, let's continue with more. Instead of defunding the police, which didn't work politically. Now, the mechanism mechanism is get rid of police immunity. In other words, to cops for everything or have the ccta investigate cops is such an extent they can't do their job. Let's continue with more. I want to get your thoughts on this 513749 7000. Very sad, and we pray that Marcellus Whitehead makes a miraculous recovery. Bill Cunningham News radio 700 WLW.
"christian wagner" Discussed on WJR 760
"For example, in the 19 nineties, researchers at Texas and M University founded Hyperbaric Oxygen Treatments proved effective in treating Lyme disease because the higher pressurized atmosphere produced oxygen level stuff. Killed off the bacterium that causes the disease. This is the main reason hyperbaric oxygen is, um, effective treatment for Lyme disease. However, Chinese researchers also reported that they eliminated Lyme disease symptoms in a patient from Taiwan using Piper very oxygen treatments. After again treatment with antibiotics have failed. So they proving that not only the United States but everywhere else in the world as well. Well in springtime. We also see an increase in outdoor activities. So concussions goes along with that, or traumatic brain injuries. Motorcycle accidents s O these TV eyes, you know, usually cause from some sort of blow to the head. Are also a big part of our treatment. I have patients that come to see me. You know, college students that go for skiing trip that wear helmet, But then I have an accident. They pass out for a couple seconds. You know, to bring him to the ER to get clear. They say Oh, you have no brain bleed whatsoever. But however, in the next year, they start to have memory problems. They tend to be Have sleeping problems, get the press and they drop out of college and then they come see us, and we're like, Well, that's most likely because you get initial traumatic brain event and we start from scratch. We sit down. We talk about diet, which acted genes that transmitters and of course, we have the benefits of the hyperbaric oxygen to, you know, to go being complete recovery. Concussions. The research is showing if you suspected concussion and we can actually treat you right away with in 48 hours, it actually only requires one or two treatments, and the research shows it will bounce some right back. But it's one for a long time. It doesn't of causing longer treatment times, but it is reversible, so whether it's a severe traumatic brain injury or a minor concussion. Hyper barracks can actually reduce that brain inflammation in hell. The trauma caused by those brain injuries, and Marie, I have to interject you. I have four Children I loved Football and here in this country called soccer. But girls soccer is the number one sports in high school that leads to concussions, traumatic brain events and like Tammy said, the quicker you intervene, the quicker you will have, you know no long term consequences. You know, many parents hope for scholarships, athletic scholarships and and so forth, and not only that, but cognitive abilities in school. On DSA. We don't want to interfere with that process, and we want to provide that help a squeak place. We can get him back, and the problems with concussions could be long lasting, lifelong if they're not dealt with correct Absolutely. We want to thank both of you so much for joining us today. Here on WJR. It's always a pleasure to get a deeper insight into the Oxford recovery Center. We've been talking with Dr Tammy Peterson and Dr Christian Wagner from the Oxford Recovery Center. Thank you for telling us about hyperbaric oxygen therapy and all the research that you're conducting. If you'd.
"christian wagner" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Friend Christian Wagner. Overt Alliance defending Freedom. Another huge victory in the Supreme Court defending your religious rights, this time on college campuses in as Steadman. A bona fide international woman movie joined against Sea of the Independent Women's Forum, and we will talk about international Women's Day. Oh, and check this out. Fairfax County Everything is so great and perfect County right now, but with the school's continued to be closed and your kids getting a subpar education and businesses closed and Social life shut down, and you know all the things that our problems right now in Fairfax County. At least they've got their eye on the prize. They've got the priorities right. They want to make regulations for displaying a flag. Because you know, here in the cradle of American democracy in the Commonwealth of Virginia settled 3 400 years ago here adjacent to the nation's capital for the last 225 years since DC was declared the nation's capital for all Any regulations on displaying a flag in Fairfax County, Virginia, But clearly it's gotten out of hand. Clearly, something has happened to put this on the front burner. We will speak with Pat Charity Fairfax County supervisor about this Very important issue coming up a little later in the program right now, are you really gonna make me defend the royal family? I'm sorry. I Huh? I watched the crown I enjoyed it. I love the royal family and so far as it creates really great television dramas for me to watch when there's a pandemic. Whether it's the crown or or all of the BBC. Syriza's that have gone all the way back to. You know, Henry the first It's good stuff. I like British history like Shakespeare like all that stuff. Uh, but I don't care. I mean, I'm I'm pretty happy We had a revolution. I'm pretty happy that the Sons of liberty after reading the Declaration of Independence On July 6th. I think that was 17 76, then stormed up five blocks in Manhattan, from Fraunces Tavern and toward down a statue of King George. Not only did the Sons of Liberty tear down the statue of King George, while New York was still a British colony, but they took it one step further. They melted that sucker down. And used the metal to make bullets for their muskets to fire at the British That's a baller move right there. So I don't care. I truly don't care. The monarchy means nothing to me. But this Meghan Harry thing is noteworthy. And I'm going to make a note of it. Are you really do I have to do this to God? This is days like this. Okay, fine. I am going to defend the British monarchy and Huh? I'm going to praise Piers, Morgan. It's the level of disingenuousness on Harry also, you know, to a point. I expected all this from Meghan Markle. I could almost have scripted what she was going to do mental health race. All the hot mutton things we're going to be played against the royal family will be no names. Wouldn't main people on that They just leave it hanging so we could look up a lthough royal family and the whole power his start as a bunch of callous racist, and that's exactly what she did. And I expected all that I expected all the layers of democracy. Thanks, Harry. Is the one I'm staggered by as his grandfather lies in hospital age 99 entering his fertile fourth week now Clearly being very seriously ill. Had a heart procedure a few days ago, the queen must be worried sick about her husband and the Queen and Prince Philip. I've worked so hard for seven decades now. To preserve the monarchy. And in two hours, Prince Harry has allowed his wife to trash everything that they stand for. I just don't get what he's thinking. I how God I'm going to say it. I'm going to say it. Piers Morgan is absolutely right. Ah, that hurt. All right. Who do you blame in all of this? Whose side do you want? Even more importantly, who started you against? There are there are One of four possible villains and all of this, Meghan Markle. Prince Harry. The royal family are all throw Oprah in there. Oprah's got to take some of the blame here. Doesn't she ate and ate 60 09 65 triple 86 30 W may I know y'all are talking about this? Because I've been watching your Facebook pages. I've been senior. I know that you're talking about it, so don't don't don't give me the whole I didn't. I didn't watch it. It doesn't matter to me. Everybody watch this thing, Whether they watched it live where they watched it on social media few days a few hours later or watched it this morning or you seen clips of it. You know what they said. Who's the bad guy here? Copulate 6 30 w I've got a little bit of blame to go around. But I'll start first of all. You know the one audio clip that seems to be getting everybody's attention has to do with this accusation and and appoint this is such a loaded thing. This accusation. That the royal family is racist because somebody we don't know who said something to Prince Harry. About the color of the unborn baby's skin. Here. Listen, there is a Congress is the hold up. Hold up. There's not right now. There's several conversations a conversation with you with Harry. About how dark your baby's going to be a potentially and what that would mean or look like food. Now, first of all, let me just be clear. I think that everybody is reacting to this thing in in large respect because of Oprah's over the top reaction there opens in an interview with her here, right. Oprah's The objective journalist in this case. Is it me? Or is Oprah basically doing an Oprah impersonation? Oprah Seems like a person doing an impersonation of Oprah. It's with so over the top of this point, all the Oprah ISMs. Okay, But secondly, I was going to say this, and I know that this could get me in trouble, especially but pulled out of context because everyone loves to pull things out of context. If if this remark by the way, she did not hear it firsthand, so she doesn't know what the remark is. She only knows what Harry told her. And by the way, let me pause here for a moment. Harry, what the hell are you thinking? You've got a pregnant wife. She's already told you that she's having mental problems. She's unhappy. She's contemplating suicide, and she's pregnant with raging hormones. You're really gonna run back to her and say, Oh, my God, you'll never guess what they said They questioned how dark the baby's skin is gonna be. You know what, Harry? There's some things that you keep to yourself. There's some things that you don't come home and just start screaming at your wife and laying it out there for her because you don't know how she's gonna react. Sometimes you actually protect your wife from some damaging things that might might hurt her feelings number one. Number two.
"christian wagner" Discussed on The BreakPoint Podcast
"Now you remember the hobby lobby case shane. Right which is all right. The government says we have a compelling interest to provide birth control to everyone everywhere. Who's female or identifies as female. And so we're going to do it through employment healthcare plans and make the employers pay for it that was the hhs mundane and obamacare. And what are the supreme court rule they ruled essentially opinion was okay. You could probably say they have a compelling case. I'm not sure. I agree but okay but this is clearly not in the least restrictive way possible. And that's why hobby lobby one member. How that went down. yeah yeah. That test was applied. So what you're saying is that the tests are different from on the federal and state level so the state leap from federal and state level. That's bar that states have to clear in order to infringe on religious liberty is much lower than the bar of the federal government has to clear it is. That's right and fat employment. Division versus smith says basically if they choose to restrict religious freedom the only requirement is that it does so in the least restrictive way possible it also by the way suggested that the only way that such a restriction can be challenged by someone is if they can point to some other right being violated. So you remember on the masterpiece cake shop. It wasn't just freedom of conscience in terms of religion. it was freedom of speech right. Jack up should not be forced to communicate something that's against is deeply held beliefs right. Freedom of speech is only the ability to say what you deeply believe. It's the eight right to not have to say what you don't believe that's for freedom and so they appeal christian wagner and the attorneys at atf. Appeal to the freedom of speech that has something at least to do with employment division versus smith. So that's what's at case here. Now we made a prediction roberto And i and we went back and forth on this and the prediction is that we're probably gonna get another kind of masterpiece cake shop because first of all the court has been very very red as in recent years to do any sort of sweeping cases when there is a. I don't wanna say get out of jail free card but a technicality that prevents them or that removes the obligation to rule. Broadly on something right. So jack phillips they basically got out of it by saying that the colorado civil rights commission had showed irrational not a rational animists. But what was the phrase. It got used. I'll use this. They were just. They were just jerks over and over and over again. No that's right and they were just relentless and they wouldn't leave him alone and yeah that's right and there's enough of that in this case to show that there is a kind of a strange targeting. It's unnecessary and so on. So my guess is oh. Who's the other interesting dynamic is that this is one of the first cases. Not the first case..
"christian wagner" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Ah, large state, right? It did, And others would also say that the evidentiary record in the Texas case was based on more general medical evidence, whereas in the Louisiana cases they had some very specific evidence about what was happening on the ground in Louisiana. Including for example, But some of these clinics were allowing radiologists and eye doctors to perform abortions. Others were refusing to report issues that came up. They were re using single use equipment on DH violating all kinds of different medical rules. So this obviously was from the perspective of trying to prevent another Kermit guys Nell's situation from happening, making sure that there's some very legitimate medical oversight here. And before we get into the ruling here, which is challenging to get your brain around. I think Kristen Wagner, can you tell me exactly who was challenging? This was it was it where they're women who were saying that this was an undue burden and that they have standing here Or was it the abortionists who were challenging it? You're right. It was the abortionist on the court. Listen to abortionist rather than women in a position and it shouldn't have there. There's what's called a standing doctrine in the court, which just says that if you're going to court, you need to have a real case. You need to be asserting your own rights and not someone else's. And if someone else is going to assert your right, you certainly can't have a conflict of interest, which clearly the abortion industry would have a conflict of interest because Any business wants to be rid of government regulations. And so the abortionist were allowed to challenge this lot. They're women were involved in the case, all right, and others who wanted an abortion, so that sort of lays out. I think already some problems with how this was argued and who had standing and now let's get to the ration out here. Let's start with the four liberal justices. Did they make the argument that this law in Louisiana was an undue burden on women trying to get their constitutionally protected abortion procedure? Yes on DH, And it is important to point out that if you said there are four liberal justices that had a decision, and then the chief justice signed onto his concurring decision, it was really that she justice this decision that controls because the liberal wing of the court couldn't get enough votes to fully come their way. Right. They did what we figured they would. They did what we figured they would do, which is that they've never met an impediment of an abortion that they wanted to strike down. They just, you know. So let's get to Chief Justice Roberts because this is so confusing to me and challenging what was his rational because I refer back now counselor to that Texas law. That was stricken down, but But Roberts was on what side of that law. Was He on back then? While he was on the right side. Back, then on DH. He agreed that the Texas Watch should have been constitutional and up help four years ago, so it was a surprise to see him do a turn about and now suggests. But that law should be struck down again. Natalie. So in other words, I mean, he he agreed he wanted to support the law that was similar in Texas. But Arguably not necessarily as sound and not necessarily as a CZ argued out and as detailed as this one. If anything, this is the stronger law than the Texas law. So what was his reasoning? Why did he support this law for admitting forcing admission rights in the hospital for an abortionist in Texas? And yet now he's against that law in Louisiana. While he opened his decision. No Christian Wagner. Did we lose you? Decided. You know what? Your phone just dropped out. Kristin, if you can start it again, he hoped he opened his argument with what now? That the Texas law was wrongly decided and that he still believes it's wrongly decided, But that because the Louisiana law, he said, was nearly identical to the Texas law. A principle called starry decisis required him to strike down the law, meaning that he was bound to abide by the Texas decision from four years ago even though he disagreed with it and said it was the wrong constitutional standard, then Now. I mean, listen, you know this stuff better than I do Christian Wagner..
"christian wagner" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"No Christian Wagner. Did we lose you? Decided. You know what? Your phone just dropped out. Kristin, if you can start it again, he hoped he opened his argument with what now? That the Texas law was wrongly decided and that he still believes it's wrongly decided, But that because the Louisiana law, he said, was nearly identical to the Texas law. A principle called starry decisis required him to strike down the law, meaning that he was bound to abide by the Texas decision from four years ago even though he disagreed with it and said it was the wrong constitutional standard, then Now. I mean, listen, you know this stuff better than I do. Christian Wagner. But it wasn't there a time in our history, where Jim Crow laws and and segregation in public school laws weren't those all Supreme Court precedent? I mean, with the chief justice had signed on with Jim Crow continuing Just because there was starry decisis because it was president. Well, the court does. Ah. Reverse decisions when it seems that the constitutional framework or the facts no longer make those decisions ballots, so certainly the court has the ability to do that. Justice Alito, Justice Thomas Justice Gorsuch and cabin All suggested that the chief went the wrong way on this, In fact, Justice Alito and his defense The abortion, right is being used like a bulldozer to flatten legal rules that stand in its way. So it was deeply concerning that the chief didn't recognize that this this case should. First of all that The factual record was different. This is Louisiana, not Texas, and the facts were different. But even if that's the case The Texas ruling was wrong and very decisive shouldn't apply. So what are we to make of this? I mean, just on the facts of the law. I mean, if if a state Legislature goes through the committee process and goes through the legislative process of saying, Listen, we've determined that this outpatient procedure Is is so ubiquitous, And there are such dangers involved with it that we believe that the medical professionals who were performing this outpatient procedure have tohave an admission rights at a local hospital. Just in case is it only the abortion procedure that they are not allowed to say that about his abortion have special rules compared to other outpatient procedures? Well, this decision is very travelling in that respect. And you know the justices that we're riding in descent, especially justice. Gorsuch really focused his decision on that saying all of these comments. Rules that we apply in our case is none of them were applied today in this Louisiana decision, and the court was listening to abortionist rather than women and allowing Their desire for profit to really overcome the Legislature's need to protect women and Children, which is what the law was focused on and at no point during this entire process when this case was argued at the lower courts, and certainly Supreme Court was there any testimony from a woman who said that this was making her unsafe? Well, the testimony was actually that there were women that had their uteruses perforated. They'd hemorrhage state had surgical lacerations, infection. All kinds of horrific things had happened, and we're in that in that record to suggest that abortionist should be regulated. At least as much as other ambulatory surgical centers, which is exactly what Louisiana was doing. In this case. It was saying no basic medical standards and safety requirements need to apply to abortionists. They should not be exempt. So what are we to make of Chief Justice Roberts? I mean, I got to say this is like a Jekyll and Hyde. It's like he's become a different justice. As soon as Anthony Kennedy left the court of my Am I being too simplistic? I'm not going to speculate on and where the chief justice is coming from In this moment, you know we're in a difficult cultural political moment. But I will say we're continuing to hope that the chief justice will protect basic civil liberties, including the right to life, and that I think we're seeing. We're getting a civics lesson. Really? Our basic system of government that it works best. When we have three branches and those branches stay in their lane. The judicial branch is supposed to look by the law, not legislate or impose its own policy preferences. Well into that end. I mean, listen, I I pay very close attention to the confirmation process for Supreme Court nominees, And often times they are asked that question about legislating from the branch about the true role of the court. Odd about you know whether it's just there to call balls and strikes into ruler. Whether something is constitutional, not sometimes story decisive is raised. Sometimes this idea of precedent and and how bound a Supreme Court is too past decisions from Other supreme courts with regard to the constitutionality of a law. What are we missing here? That the you know the next time, Ted Cruz is sitting there on the Judiciary Committee for the Senate, and there Evaluating Donald Trump's next nominee for the Supreme Court. What does he need to ask to make sure that this doesn't happen again? That the Justice Roberts doesn't get on there and do what he did? Because honestly, I feel betrayed. Well, I mean, the goal is we want to have justice is that base their rulings on original intent of the law when it was written? Thankfully, the Trump administration has had 200 newly confirmed federal judges that have said they're committed to this. I do think that we need to continue to work to shore up that vetting process to ask more questions. Obviously to ensure that not only do judges commit to the principal, but that they're consistently fulfilling it on their bench. But I will say this about the chief justice, and it's important to bring out in this decision. While he did say he was ruling against Texas, it truly was a decision that limited to the facts of that case to Bath state. So the decision says, we'll take these laws on a case by case basis, a state by state basis. An abortionist. We're tryingto lower the standard to make it easier to not have restrictions on them and the chief justice, Roberts said. No, the standard is not going to be lowered. The state still have the right to enact health and safety, abortion regulations that protect women. It's just that this case he felt was too close. To the Texas case that the court had already decided. Eso so all may not be lost. As troubling as this decision is, it's Ah, well, we'll see. Sorry. I'm feeling very depressed about it. Christen Wagner. Well, we've dancer freedom. It doesn't matter what the court decides. Today. We're talking about future generations. And I know you know that because I heard you talking about educating our kids just before we started. Yes, you're absolutely right. And I appreciate that, so we'll keep hope alive. Christen Wagner. Thank you for joining us to sort of sort this out a bit. General Counsel Alliance defending freedom. We know that you will be back up there fighting tomorrow for freedom. And we're glad to be a part of that. Thank you, Kristen. Thank you a little bit more in a moment here about how this this very bizarre exchange on ABC News with George Stephanopoulos and Cecilia Vega trying to make this about Donald Trump trying to make this decision and John Roberts and what he did hear about Donald Trump, and in some way Donald Trump's failure to appoint conservative justices on the Supreme Court when this had nothing to do with him, you need to hear this. Because it's very important how the media spins thes things. And, honestly, if you're not paying attention, if if you only get your news from ABC News, you may think that Donald Trump betrayed conservatives by appointing John Roberts to the Supreme Court who just who just flipped on the abortion ruling. And of course, it's the opposite of the case. He was a George W. Bush appointee. You need to hear this and hear this exchange an ABC news because, if the textbook example of their bias And they're misinformation and you'll hear it next. 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"christian wagner" Discussed on Agape Baptist Church | Scottsboro, Alabama
"And so there was a little boy who's in sunday school one sunday morning and the pastor was in there and he was a new pastor i can i can i can understand stand that feeling and he was really trying to gain ground with the kids in his <hes> in his in that sunday school class and he thought he would tell them a story but he wanted to describe the character of the story so he said to them he said boys and girls want to tell you a story about somebody who likes to live in the woods but sometimes we can see him in our yards anybody. Anybody have any idea what i'm talking about. The kids just stared at him like if you've taught kids sunday school it's just stared at him and he said i want to tell you about a creature richer that lives in the woods sometimes in our yards big bushy tail likes to eat nuts. Anybody have any idea what i'm talking about. Just stares. I'm talking about a creature that lives in the woods. Sometimes in our yards big bushy tail eats nuts likes to climb trees jump from tree to tree now. Does anybody know what i'm talking about. Aw and one young boy raised his hand just kind of take him out of his misery and the pastor said. Do you know what i'm thinking about young man and the kids said yeah i know the answer should be jesus but it really does sound like a squirrel to me. You know if we're going to be in in church. We kind of assume that we're gonna be talking about jesus is not we even when sometimes it might not seem like jesus might be the right answer to that story but we do we think and we know that we're going to talk about jesus but over the next couple of months i wanna take an opportunity to make sure that we're not just assuming that we know i know and are all on the same page about who jesus is and that might seem very elementary to you but if you if you if you've kind of seen the direction that we've been going doing we just don't want to take anything for granted together. We wanna make sure that we're all on the same page and so we're gonna talk about this knowing jesus and knowing him for who he said that he was himself knowing who people who walked with him who saw him who experienced him what they said about him and this will take us just. It'll probably take us at least their next february two to look gat. You'll see kind of the outline here but the reason that we want to do. This is because that question who is jesus. I think it's really the most important question question that we could ever ask who is jesus the way you answer that question is probably the most important thing about you because it's the moment the longest lasting implications and so we want to ask that question that jesus himself asked the apostle peter because one statistician cultural commentator he said this he says the flexibility of our jesus the flexibility our jesus exhibits is unprecedented unprecedented in our day and time he said there's a gumby light quality to jesus in the united states and there really is it just the moment that somebody wants to to claim jesus they just throw out that name and say well he would do that or this or he would would approve of this or that and if you wanna prime example maybe familiar with the the the plights of the colorado baker who is a christian named jack phillips jackson thirty one once at the supreme court and the colorado civil rights commission is trying to take him back there and he refused the becca cake for a a same sex wedding. Even though he'd served those customers time and time again <hes> he wouldn't bacon so very interestingly some would say foolishly foolishly jack and his attorney christian wagner went on the view and it was asked jack phillips sitting there in the midst of a of those people they said. Do you think jesus would bake the cake loaded question right and joy behar which you know joy behar dr said i think jesus would make the cake wow okay. Where do you get that from c. We just kind of we're we're just kind of if we want jesus to approve something we just say that he would approve of it just like jesse duplantis or copeland one of them. If jesus was walking around this earth he wouldn't be on a donkey anymore. He'd be an applying like. I want you to buy me right and so it's not just limited joy on the view. I mean you've got you've got people claiming the name of price on tv who are who are twisting and controlling the real jesus. The biblical jesus eases into a jesus. That's not really jesus and yet they're still on t._v. And even though they're questioned they're they're still around and that's why we don't wanna just assume that everybody understands the biblical jesus. The vast majority of people believe in jesus or believe things about jesus. But what about jesus must you believe in order to be in a relationship with god. I think that digs a little bit deeper deeper into that question and that's why we wanna study the gospel of john because in that study we will have those questions answered who is jesus and what do we really need to believe about him to find salvation as we begin this morning it'd be best for us to start at the end of john's gospel rather than that at the beginning which might seem peculiar to you but the first witness this is the joe on presents and his gospel is the writer himself john the apostle and he tells us very clearly in john chapter twenty versus thirty and thirty one why he's written but just before we jump into that a few facts about john the gospel about john's gospel john the apostle that you may not know john and his brother john were apostles which means that they walk with jesus while he was on this earth their father zebedee and their mother was some omay who was most likely the sister sister of jesus's mother mary which makes james and john the cousins of jesus yes john the baptist was another cousin but this john john was another cousin jesus in that way could have lived in alabama and so well self deprecating humor here it is all relative yeah but they were known for their loud and zealous personalities and therefore that earned him the nickname sons of thunder. That's exactly all right. They were the sons of thunder however if you notice this on a funder at the end of the gospel traded in that tunnel for a little bit different one and that was the apostle or the disciple whom jesus loved john was actually the last surviving apostle he was exiled to patmos as an old man he had preached that message about jesus christ for years and years and years so much so that he developed a very unique way of chefs such which he chronicled for us in his gospel account as he writes his gospel account towards the end of his life because the gospel of john came out around the same time as the book of revelation did he was distinctly aware i think of the three other accounts of jesus's life that we're getting in matthew mark and luke and he didn't want to overlap what already eloquently said so. He wrote down what they didn't britain say over ninety. Two percent of the material contained in john's gospel is unique to john's gospel. It's not found in matthew mark and luke and he wrote it collected it in a very memorable way every single chapter all twenty one chapters and i'll have this list for you as a take home next week. I don't want to overload. Did you the first sunday but these have all be available on the website but every every single chapter contains a declaration of jesus's divinity there in every single chapter there's somebody or something that testifies to jesus being god in the flesh but john rights and makes it's known these three sets of sevens to make it memorable seven witnesses seven signs and seven sayings and that will be a <hes> outline the kind of the meta outline of our study for the next few months seven witnesses seven signs and seven sayings and so we you want to answer the question who is jesus by looking first at the seven witnesses starting with john the apostle but we don't just want to fill our minds with facts and knowledge. We want to tonight with john's purpose for writing nineteen thirty five. John said this he said he said he who saw it has borne born witness. His testimony is true and he knows that he is telling the truth that you also may believe in this actually corroborates with what's found in the next chapter john twenty versus thirty and thirty one where he says this he says now jesus did many other sons in the presence of the disciples which are not written in this book but those are written so that you may not believe that jesus is the christ the son of god and by believing you may have life in and his name now. I think it's very very interesting that john rights and gives us what he calls signs <music> signs now think of it think of it. Is this a person who's writing and saying that they're giving you signs. They want you to do what so. What do they want you to do with the signs i mean let's let's let's think about it when people come into the doors baptist church and and we have a sign up on the wall. What are we trying to get them to read it and follow it right if they're trying to get to a specific place. We want them to know exactly exactly the way to get into where they're going. This is exactly god's intention in calling john to chronicle the signs that he saw saw in the life of jesus because he wants you to see those signs believed those signs and follow those signs to the conclusion that they would draw. These are folks on the road to take us to where where god wants us to be where john wants. Ultimately i think we're we want to be as well and if you want to follow these signs you must believe you must believe now to believe means that you are placing your faith in reliable evidence. We don't believe in a blind fay in many circumstances. That's why god is revealed scripture to us so that we can have an informed faith about whom we are believing if your thought about it that way that's why we had a revealed religion. We we had a book that contains the not just the revelation at the end but the the revelations of god's truth route throughout history and namely the revelation of god's truth and his son jesus and what john wants you to understand is that it's only when you understand christ in his personal work that you can be saved. You must not believe in something you must believe in something specific namely the truth about who jesus is but then you also if you want to when you believe you will find a life and for us understand the kind of life that john is talking about here. We must now go to the beginning of john's gospel and i want to encourage you to turn to john chapter one john chapter one. How can jesus bring life into the lives of creature who are creatures who are already alive. Let me say that again again as you turn. How can jesus bring life into the lives of creatures who are already alive. There you go that's right because i think god ordained the new testament estimate to be written in greek because it's one of the most specific and explicit languages and descriptive languages that has ever existed and so in in john one one and in john chapter twenty john describes a certain kind of life that comes from jesus and so we want to look at john chapter one verse one and that'll be the remainder of our text today to look at what john the apostle is saying about the lord jesus christ and so john chapter one verse one it says in the beginning was the word and the word was with god and the word was god you see john begins his narrative very differently than his three other counterparts. He doesn't go through a genealogy or birth narrative or any account of earn early earthly life of jesus jonga's back the very beginning and that is the eternity of jesus christ and in this verse. John is using rhetoric that shows how long he has preached. It's this message..
"christian wagner" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"The supreme court having won numerous high profile cases of late and they've played a role in over fifty victories at the highest court. They are back at it. Again, this time arguing a case that will have profound impact on businesses, especially those run by Christian. I spoke with eighty f attorney Kristen Wagoner on the Hugh Hewitt Show Christian Wagner. Now, let's turn to something. The court did on April the twenty second it announce it will review three cases next term that address whether it is coming nation on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity violate the Civil Rights Act of nineteen sixty four I you expect ADF to be involved in any or all of these cases. Well, the hair senior homes case is our case, we represent hair senior homes, and they issued in the case. Is you know, congress passed title seven nineteen sixty four which prohibits sex discrimination. And the lower court is suggesting that sex sidedly includes gender identity. How could the nineteen sixty four act have anything to do with sexual orientation that I think precedes stonewall? I mean, it's not on anyone's mind in nineteen sixty four. Yeah. And it wasn't. And I think you know, sex is objective is based on biology gender. Identity is a fluid subjective. Concept concept, and we have to be able to say that business owners can rely on the laws that are in place and not expect to judge to change those laws based on political ideology. And so yes, I think it's a simple question. But the issue in our society, and in the public squares more complex than his, you know, congress is considering changing the law now, which if you include gender identity in in these types of live, they will be all kinds of negative consequences, especially for women and children in the rights that women have gained in the public square. But if congress chose to do that that would not mean that would mean it was not a constitutional issue. But a statutory issue. I'm more concerned with courts reaching into old statutes and inventing new rights because there is no there is no stopping that. Kind of judicial activism as opposed to negative judicial activism putting genie back into bottles. When you let genie's out of bottles. They go everywhere. You're absolutely right. Federal court should not be able to rewrite statue. It's just it's not their role. And if congress wants to change the law, it has to do that in this particular case changing the law would recreate consequences. I think for our society that many people aren't.
"christian wagner" Discussed on WJR 760
"I know this is something that was your brainchild bright our team, I will say we all work together as a team to come up with a term, which we love arts because it's autism recovery through synergy, and it is very much a team approach, which is unique in the world of autism recovery. We actually have our are empty our BCDA's all of these people who have contact with a child with autism program. We meet weekly in go through every child's needs to make sure we're addressing them correctly. That's a lot of time sitting there talking about each child, but it's a very synergistic approach. I love what I've heard a lot of people say where traditional medicine ends. We're just getting started and the testing that Dr banners doing is so foundational in amazing. We have found other doctors are doing kind of little bits of it. But we're really looking at the genetics through epigenetics, very uniquely. And he is having amazing results with these children, and he's going to tell you more about how he does that and Dr Christian Wagner here. The medical director at Oxford recovery centers, at beach, and medics tell our listeners what does that mean, I might have heard the term genetics. I know what that is. What's epigenetics? Well, that term actually was coined to intimate nineteen ninety s by biologists from Stanford. His name is Bruce Lipton, but in order to get a better picture of how powerful to notion is that we can actually interact with our jeans. I wanted to give you some examples about the concept of epigenetics. So. We have two persons here. Have both fifty years old. Let's call them hunts and Peter Hans he's suffering from depression. He has a chronic fatigue syndrome. He gets frequent migraines. He has high blood pressure high cholesterol. He takes a bunch of medications depression, medications opioids for pain blood pressure, medications cholesterol, medications, he drinks, pop fast food. He doesn't exercise and his doctor spent about an average of five minutes with him every three months and either goes up with the medication dosages for him or switch to another drug or even a new medication to to cover up his symptoms. And then we have Peter Peter's polar opposite of Hans. He takes no medications at all. But rather a healthy mix of specific nutrients. He is sharp. He has great energy. He feels incredible. He's on a strict exercise regimen. He eats organic with lots of vegetables, he visits his solicit doctor frequently and he's pretty much very much into with his. Health. So these are two completely different persons that appear in only the one thing that haven't communist age, but the reason I'm telling those comparison this because they actually monitor twins that means that both originated from the same cell. And how is it that they're genetically to same yet have such a different day have such different health problems? And this is exactly what epigenetics is. It was once believed that our Jeanne sorrow destiny that our lives have predetermined based on what is coated in our jeans. I mean have you ever heard determine obesity runs in my family cholesterol runs in my family cancer runs in my family? This is really old science our genes. Do not define who we are. And to to give you a little bit of a better idea guards to our genes how to express themselves. I wanna give a great example about what Bruce Lipton this biologist at Sanford. Did he had a stem cell, and as you know, we have Bill. Stem cells within us that can differentiate into different tissues, but he put one of those stem cells in a Petri dish, and after seven days replicated, it was about thirty thousand of stem cells, and then he divided those into three Petri dishes Petri dishes, outgrowth mediums debt, you can influence with different growth mediums to have the to to let the cells gift them the nutrients to grow. And so he had three of those ten thousand each and what he did. He changed a growth medium into Petri dishes. One had blood the next one had more sugar in it. And the last one maybe more toxins in it. And the first group of cells and the first Peter dish developed into bone the next into fat tissue into last one into muscle, and they were all genetically the same. So the moral is that it is the environment that signals genetic expression, and it's not the other way around jeans. Don't know what the heck they're doing digits. Do what they do Dade depending on what the signal from the environment is and. When you have breast cancer, you know, breast cancer, gene, that many of you have heard about debris RCA one. Gene. Why are you chances of developing breast cancer? So only about fifty percent. Why is it not hundred percent? What happened to the fifty percent who do not develop cancer, but you know, have the same genetic mutation. And this is what apple genetics aren't is fascinating. In a little bit deeper in guards to what we can find out about the jeans and how to express themselves, and that's what we do. So you're saying also, then that the environment has a very distinct and profound impact on our lives, and our general health certainly with children with autism. Is that then what you look at with your patients when they come in. And that's in fact, what we call the foundation, and that's the most important aspect and health. Think about a beautiful house with a beautiful roof beautiful windows, beautiful furniture. Nice kitchen cabinets. All of this can come to crumble if there's cracks into foundation, so and so let's take a look at our foundation as an example, each one of us. Do you sleep enough? According to the CDC you need about seven hours tonight. Half of all Americans. Do not get enough sleep. Are you stressed four out of ten Americans have adverse health effects of stress this cost us in this country about three hundred billion a year? Do you filter? Your water tap water is bat and contains fluoride chlorine lead. Mercury arsenic DDT. What what about the air that you breath? Have you checked a furnace filter in your house, every three months was it black? Well, that's that's really what you breathing. There's tobacco pain fumes microorganisms mold mildew, Pat Denner in our ducts. Do you exercise as you know, recommended for example, by WHO adults should exercise with moderate aerobic physical activity about three hundred minutes of week and engage in about one hundred and fifty minutes of vigorous intensity aerobic physical activity per week. In addition to that, they want you to have muscle strengthening activities for about two more days out of the week. Do you exercise that much what about the medication influence on our health? You know, psychiatric drugs, we all know, it can worsen depression that can you can have suicidal thoughts, insomnia, anxiety steroids, can cause you to have high blood sugar increased risk point, faction cataracts. And you know, of course, the most important is about you know, what foods do eat, according to the USDA you're supposed to eat a seventeen and a half cups of different variety of vegetables every week who does that. And you know, if we don't we're still exposed to all the industrial chemicals in our food. There's about one hundred thousand different approved industrial chemicals food colorings. High fructose corn syrup MSG, sodium, benzoate, aspartame soy, less than glyphosate. And so this is really our foundation. This is the things we can change right now is to polish up these influences that we're exposing ourselves to you know, with all the things that. I just mentioned. So once we have corrected does there's still some. Of course symptoms that can arise and you can still have disease. And that's when we come in with the testing, we'll be condensed start to look at jeans and start to polish them up to give d-, you know, maximum potential for for getting better. So parents who come to the center are. I mean, this is a lot of information. Tammy I know that this is an awful lot of information that we've been given here in the last segment, but I know that this is just a jumping off point. You're going to kind of help our listeners to understand how all of this information informs you and.
"christian wagner" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Talking to Christian Wagner alliance defending freedom. The folks defending freedom is I I'm concerned our American heroes and Kristen you're right at the top of that list. The work you have done to protect religious liberty in America from a legal perspective is just spectacular. And we're not talking about the southern poverty Law Center who have emerged clearly as villains as fundamentally anti-american, even though. And this always goes or I should say this often coz with territory, even though they have purported to be precisely the opposite. They've raised millions and millions of dollars pretending to care about the poor pretending to care about women and racial minorities. And now, we're finding out that not only have they been doing all of these evil things by just trying to stifle the bait, but but they have been found out finally. Even by some mainstream media organizations they've been caught to be hypocrites. Tell us about what has happened more recently. So that, you know, even the New Yorker magazine and other newspapers and the Wall Street Journal and so forth have begun to see who they really are. Sure. Well, for many many years different media outlets have reported on the crept nature of ESPN fee. And I think it's the New Yorker, the Washington Post article that even details the, you know, in the Montgomery paper would try to expose ESPN. See the different ways that the SPIC would shut them down threats that they would make against the newspaper in the ways they would come against them. But for years as I said politico, many years ago came out with an article that expose then as has the Montgomery paper. But nothing is really seemed to stick until recently where it essentially a high-ranking Moyer wrote a letter, and resigned, and some employees followed up with letters, and basically exposed the fact that there was significant systemic gender and racial discrimination occurring. And that they knew. They were part of a con. One former employees wrote in the New Yorker, he penned the article and said that they knew they were a part of a con and that how disheartening it was to be a part of the organization and see the racial gender gender disparities going on the sexual harassment that everyone knew about the abuses that stemmed from the top down management. And then it's high time it it'd be exposed. Now. Do you think that res and others are facing jail time? Or are there any legal issues right now? Or is this all happening in the media? I think it's hard to say they are supposed to be bringing in and investigator to look at what's going on problem is of course. Yes. Chelsea picked one of their friends. Former chief of staff from show bomber conducted this external review have really they pick someone is close to being inside as they could. And there've been a number of organizations that have called for an outside investigation. I believe that. At least one Senator has also called for an IRS investigation into the the nonprofit nature, and how they're amassing this enormous fortune which seems to be more related to private than spending the money on good. Well, I mean, I guess it reminds me of acorn from a few years ago, you you sort of soom certain things, and then you find out that the the players behind it. Are not who you who. You think? They are what do you think we can do because the southern poverty Law Center really are. As we're describing them here. This is the this is, you know, if you're watching a movie, these are the villains, they are very powerful. They're very nasty their nefarious. What is it that we can do because this is something that affects all of us if they're targeting good guys like the lines defending freedom. And then if we have insiders there, I mean, the senior attorney who is there. The highest ranking black woman at the SP L C, Meredith, Horton, resigns and other female staffers have signed letters protesting mistreatment discrimination. All this kind of stuff. It does seem like like something is is going to happen. It's happening already. But what do you suppose we might do? I think I inform us spread the word, you know, whether it's writing to your newspaper when you're saying these things come up talking to your neighbors about them. You know, it's amazing how many organizations and corporations have used ESPN. Right. I mean, you know, we've even lost. For example, the nonprofit rating price rating for Microsoft product is one example, we've had insurers common say you're on. This hate group list. We don't wanna ensure you anymore. So the price of this is massive. And it's really something that we need to take a stand on in the public square and say this isn't right. We don't call people names, we believe in free speech. If feel wants to go out and criticize the work that we do to protect religious freedom to protect speech, let them do that. But let's have a debate on the mayor of their ideas. One thing that. Really concerns me not just now. But always is the role of corporations in America. Something has happened where it seems to me that corporations typically are cowardly, they're they're almost inviting bullying, and they they they seem to invite people and organizations like the SP L C to come in and tell them what to do. And it's like it's like they're paying them protection. Money. Mafi guy comes into your bar, and you just go along with it. You don't you? Don't eat take the slightest. Trouble to see like should. I really do. This this immoral. And then they end up participating in the marginalization of great organizations, like the ATF, I feel like I've seen this for decades now with with US corporations, they seem to have this baked in liberal, PC, bent and anybody who threatens them along those lines. They just get right in line. But I think it goes to show. There are things we can do and we become complicit in it. When we're silent. You know, we certainly I've gone to different campuses and eighty f attorney speak at law schools and undergraduate schools all the time. But in recent months, you know, there have been protests those protests have been well, you're a hate group. Well, alumni need to speak up and not allow the students who are taking to exclude other ideas from the public square the power to do that. And and we say, you know, I don't know if you're where Eric of what's going on Yale campus right now. Disenfranchise religious. I am when we come back. We're going to break Christian Wagner's guess, folks. When we come back. I wanna talk about precisely that. This is very important, folks. Stick around and tell your friends. I'm Scott from plugging free. I want to personally thank all my plug in Pittsburgh customers who've taken the time at the coal, right?.
"christian wagner" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Four three Larry elder, relieffactor dot com studio, we have spoken to you for some time about Jack Phillips the owner of the masterpiece kick shop in Colorado. He was taken to the Colorado civil rights commission because he was asked to make a cake for a gay wedding. He refused citing his religious convictions. He was a cited by the commission the case when all we have the supreme court because of the representation. By alliance defending freedom. He won that case seven two. But then he was asked to bake a cake to celebrate a gender transition whatever that is. And he refused back to the Colorado commission back alliance defending freedom defending him, and we're going to speak with the senior VP of US legal division attorney Christian Wagner right now. It's wagner. Coming on the program. I appreciate it. Well, thanks for having me. Well, you have one. Now, what about eight eight in a row with the US supreme court. Nine to be exact excuse me. And first of all now, this is the first time miss Wagner. I can I can excuse a gay couple coming in not knowing Jack is and asking him to make a cake. But this time they go into his shop and attorney I understand and ask him to make a cake to celebrate a gender transition as if they didn't know what he would say. Oh, absolutely. And I didn't even take the time to walk into the shop. It was a testing call. You transgender layer called Jack on the very day that the supreme court agreed to hear Jack Kay and the lawyer requested a cake, the key said with to celebrate a gender transition from man to a woman, and that would do that in some that message by having blue icing on the outside and pink on the inside of the cake. A little bit later a few weeks later, this lawyer actually called back again and asked for cake that would celebrate statements birthday thinking that that also might track track Jack, and we're talking about it. Larry's that twenty four days after we won the supreme court decision where the court rebuked, the Colorado commission that same commission decided to pick up. This activists complained and pursue it against Jack Phillips unbelievable. Well, it didn't have to go as far as high as to the supreme court. This time why not? Because instead of allowing Jack to proceed through the administrative process with judges that are clearly biased. We filed a lawsuit in federal court against them and told the federal court that they were acting in bad faith, and that we needed to be able to have a fair hearing that ended up resulting in us uncovering overwhelming evidence of religious hostility towards Jack that went even far beyond. What was the first case that went to the supreme court? I'm talking to Kristen Wagner, senior VP of US legal division and communications for alliance defending freedom. Kristen what about this lawyer that went in that sent that communication that he wanted Jack to make a cake, celebrating a gender transition and then called back later on and wanted him due to bake a cake, celebrating Satan, obviously, this is harassment is really thing that you can do about that. Or did you think about filing some charges against the lawyer for harassment? Well, certainly you think about it in your weaker moment. But the goal here was from the beginning. Jack just wants to be let alone to serve his community and create his art. And so the goal of this was to just get the commission to leave Jack alone, but he can return to his business and to fly and thank God, we were successful in that speaking of whom we have Jack on the line with us right now Jake Phillips as the owner.
"christian wagner" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Have soak into you for some time about Jack Phillips the owner of the masterpiece kick shop in Colorado. He was taken to the Colorado civil rights commission because he was asked to make a cake for a gay wedding. He refused citing his religious convictions. He was a cited by the commission the case when all the supreme court because of the representation. By alliance defending freedom. He won that case seven two. But then he was asked to bake a cake to celebrate a gender transition. Whatever that is. And he refused back to the Colorado commission back alliance defending freedom defending him, and we're going to speak with the senior VP of US legal division attorney Christian Wagner right now. It's wagner. Thanks again. For coming on the program. I appreciate it. Well, thanks for having me. Well, you have one. Now, what about eight eight in a row with the US supreme court. The exact excuse me. Now. And first of all now, this is the first time miss Wagner. I can I can excuse a gay couple coming in not knowing who Jack is asking him to make a cake. But this time they go into his shop and attorney I understand and asked him to make a cake to celebrate a gender transition as if they didn't know what he would say. Oh, absolutely. And they didn't even take the time to walk into the shop. It was a testing call the transgender lawyer called Jack on the very day that the supreme court agreed to hear tax K and the lawyer requested a cake. Vicki said with to celebrate a gender transition from Manchu a woman, and that would do that. And send that message by having blue icing on the outside and pink icing on the inside of the Kate. A little bit later a few weeks later, this lawyer actually called back again and asked for a cake that would celebrate Satan birthday thinking that that also might track trap, Jack. And we're talking about the twenty four days after we won the supreme court decision where the court rebuked, the Colorado commission that same commission decided to pick up. This activists complained and pursue it against Jack. Jackson unbelievable. Well, it didn't have to go as far as high as to the supreme court. This time why not? Because instead of allowing Jack to proceed through the administrative process with judges that are clearly biased. We filed a lawsuit in federal court against them and told the federal court that they were acting in bad faith, and that we needed to be able to have a fair hearing that ended up resulting in us uncovering overwhelming evidence of religious hostility towards Jack that went even far beyond what within the first take that went to the supreme court. I'm talking to Kristen Wagner, senior VP of US legal division and communications for alliance defending freedom. Kristen what about this lawyer that went in that sent that communication that he wanted Jack to make a cake, celebrating a gender transition and then called back later on and wanted him due to bake a cake, celebrating Satan, obviously, this is really thing that you can do about that. Or did you think about filing some charges against the lawyer for harassment? Well, certainly you think about it and your become but the goal here was from the beginning just wants to let alone to serve his community and create his art. And so the goal of this what to just get the commission Halley, Jack alone, but he can return to business and just like and thank God, we were successful in that. Well, speaking of whom we have Jack on the line with us right now Jack Phillips as the owner.
"christian wagner" Discussed on 1170 The Answer
"Com studio, we have spoken to you for some time about Jack Phillips, the owner of the masterpiece cake shop in Colorado. He was taken to the Colorado civil rights commission because he was asked to make a cake for a gay wedding. He refused citing his religious convictions. He was cited by the commission the case when all the way up to the supreme court because of the representation. By alliance defending freedom. He won that case seven two. But then he was asked to bake a cake to celebrate a gender transition. Whatever that is. And he refused back to the Colorado commission back alliance defending freedom defending him. We're going to speak with the senior VP of US legal division. Attorney Christian Wagner right now, miss Wagner. Coming on the program. I appreciate it. Well, thanks for having me. Well, you have one. Now, what about eight eight in a row with the US bring court. Well exact excuse me. And first of all now, this is the first time miss Wagner. I can I can excuse a gay couple coming in not knowing who Jack is and asking him to make a cake. But this time they go into his shop and attorney I understand and asked him to make a cake to celebrate a gender transition as if they didn't know what he would say. Oh, absolutely. And they didn't even take the time to walk into the shop. It was a testing call transgender lawyer called Jack on the very day that the supreme court agreed to hear Jack case and the lawyer requested a cake, the said was to celebrate a gender transition from man to a woman and that would do that. And send that message by having blue icing on the outside and pink icing on the inside of the Kate. A little bit later a few weeks later, the lawyer actually called back again and asked for cake that would celebrate statements birthday thinking that that also might track trap, Jack. And we're talking about it. Larry's that twenty four days after we won the supreme court decision where the court rebuked Colorado commission that same commission decided to pick up this activists complained and pursue it against Jack. Unbelievable. Well, it didn't have to go as far as high as to the supreme court. This time why not? Because instead of allowing Jack to proceed through the administrative process with judges that are clearly biased. We filed a lawsuit in federal court against them and told the federal court that they were acting in bad faith, and that we needed to be able to have a fair hearing that ended up resulting in uncovering overwhelming evidence of hostility towards Jack that went even far beyond what within the first case that went to the supreme court. I'm talking to Kristen Wagner, senior VP of US legal division and communications for alliance defending freedom. Kristen what about this lawyer that went in that sent that communication that he wanted Jack to make a cake, celebrating a gender transition and then called back later on and wanted him due to big cake, celebrating Satan, obviously, this is harassment is really thing that you can do about that. Or did you think about finding some charges against the lawyer for harassment? Well, certainly you think about it in your weaker moment. But the goal here was from the beginning. Jack just wants to be let alone to serve his community and create his art. And so the goal of this was to just get the commission Halley, Jack alone, but he can return to his business. And just why and thank God, we were successful in that will speaking of whom we have Jack on the line with us right now Jack Phillips as the owner of.
"christian wagner" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot
"Eight hundred nine two three nine three eight five. I'm going to ask you to put on your thinking caps right now. Folks, I'm about to talk with a doctor Christian Bogner MD has a specialty as an OB GYN. He's a medical director at the Oxford recovery center. In addition to that he has expertise and interest in neuro transmitter imbalances environmental health genetics plant based nutrition as well as other areas of genetics Dr Christian Wagner. Welcome to the John McCullough show. Thank you very much for having. Now, did I leave anything out that I should have said. No. That's that's totally fine. You you nailed it. Okay. Well, the reason I asked him because when before we got to you. And when I started this show, Dr Wagner, I defined or at least read definition of the term EPA genetics and could you for the purposes of our conversation? Tell folks what that's what that is. And in real simple, basic turns and why it's important. Very very good question. Yes. Epigenetics is actually a term that was came out in nineteen ninety by professor at Stanford Dr Bruce Lipton, and what he basically did he had an experiment in his lap where he basically had one stem cell stem, cell stem cell is a salad contains all of your genetic information. We all were at once one cell that created our whole body. And when he did he grew that south for seven days replicated to about thirty thousand stem cells, Danny divided them into three Petri dishes Petri dishes where you can change the environment. One Petri dish. She put a lot of sugar in it and the next one more acid, and then the third one more toxic than what he discovered is that these stem cell differentiation into different types of tissues, even notable genetically exactly the same. He founded the environment that they were exposed to change there. Expression. That takes a really big changes that affect Dejan activity, and expression expression. And it's a completely new field of medicine. And it's completely out there in a medical words accepted. It's a it's a true science. So it's not anything sad. Well, what we've been hearing a lot since the term came into vogue was that. This could mean new develops in terms of how disease is treated in terms of new cures that may become available for any number of conditions at some point in the not too distant future of. But do you find that that is at least a part of the promise that this field of study does in effect hold. Well, we don't promise anything. And because you know, we still need much more clinical data in that regards. I certainly would hope that research would focus more on it. And especially more. Medical officers. Utilized this information because I mean, that's certainly what we do at our center. And I mean the results speak for themselves. We have incredible results with Al patience and. I mean, that's the way to go. You can't go any deeper than to jeans, and you know, learn how we can interact with them. Well, let's just talk for a second about that. Because I think that helps us put a pinpoint on it that we need to sharpen. And that is is that at Oxford recovery center, you use certain kinds of techniques as medical director in those who work with you to help influence the way people he'll have I said that correctly. He'll is you know, kind of a broad term. We help patients recover, you know, everybody the moment you have an injury or your body's trying to recover. So we help with that process. Healing is maybe another word for be have to be careful with that. Because there's so many influences what causes a certain health condition and is the environment. I mean, we can't just say, hey, take this pill on your heel. You know, what caused the problem in the first place when he too aggressive combination. Oftentimes, it's very complicated. Because it stems from many different comes from any direction to eat the area breath water you drink exactly, but, but if as you have positive, doctor, we can see changes heritable changes in gene expression, not necessarily what happens at the DNA level. But in the way, genes express themselves based on changes that we introduce as you demonstrated with your talk about the Petri dish experiments early on then we can in effect change the way people recover from certain ailments, right? Alexeyev put it really well. Fantastic. So to that degree what exactly happens a first and foremost with regard to what you do at a place like Oxford recovery center. How do you change the expression of the Jin of the genetics? Well, good question. Well, I we sit down with our patients actually one to two hours to really sit down and listen to the patient. You know, what's going on? What is their life all about what they're exposing themselves to what did they live next to a golf course pesticides around drinking water or water filtering water? What foods today it they have sensitivity for certain foods? What's they sleep pattern? Do they get enough sleep today? You know, a lot of stress, and then we usually around that information, we recommend certain laboratory evaluations genetic testing or neurotransmitter testing more, you know, gut testing all we can also check for environmental toxins that have accumulated in the body such heavy metals or industrial toxins, and then usually this information back and sit down with the patient disgust. Finding and then formulate a therapeutic plan, and we have a lot of different technologies that we can implement in the goes to helping to communicate with these genes to let them express themselves, and usually a certain specific could a patient targeted supplementation regimen along with usually some other modalities that we have. But just. Oxygen under pressure. Called hyperbaric oxygen therapy. As well, as you know for certain children. What's your conditions such as autism? We offer basically the rewiring of the brain when technology such as Pete back which is nine hundred and that kind of direct. The communication the brain that has limitations and also behavioral therapy and speech therapy and occupational therapy. So we have all of that. And as well as physical therapy and argument looking at the overall panoply of how you work or interact with your patients with regard to what happens EPA genetically or is that just a specialized area. Well, that's certainly a part of the bigger that it's a big piece of the puzzle for sure, but I mean the genes are static there. They will not change in regards to their expressive capacity. But if you for example, have a specific, gene, and you have a bad copy from your mom, and you have a good copy from your dad that usually means that he that gene express itself. It's about sixty percent if you get two bad copies one from from that that means that the capacities on his thirty percent. And so that has to be realised that the genetic expression. What is the consequence of that walls, usually a certain chemical reaction? It's not really happening. And then they're potentially something missing. Especially under situations such a stretch when for example, you cannot produce enough. Substance of the off on your body's most powerful antioxidants. So when that happened while you have more inflammation. More information creates in Oregon to be diseased, and you know, you have so. I don't want to sound like I'm trying to dumb it down too much. But in the limited time that we have I wanna ask you a question that perhaps reduces it to something of less than the most intellectual level it could be expressed in. But are we talking about the ability through your approaches, especially with regard to epigenetics in mind, and the fact that expressions can change based on the introduction of certain stimuli. Are we talking about turning certain genes on and off? That's exactly right. The key. Is that genes? I don't know what the heck they're doing. They're just doing what they're being told to do. They don't have the brain for themselves and not on and off. It's just if you have a certain stimulus. Gene. Dander, jingle self. It's basically, then you tell it. Hey, you know, you go to work, but it doesn't work the other way around the genes, keep working working and at one time there off on down on or off. It depends on what the environment is signaling to that. Gene require. Inflammation in the body while your body wants to, you know, counteracted by production certain antioxidant, and so these genes that are responsible for the production of that specific substance are activated. And then you know, it gets a little bit more complicated by well. What if you don't have that ingredient to bake the cake? Antioxidant. Well, that's one problem. What if there's you know inflammation in other parts of the body and the body kind of prioritize, you know, what is more important right now. And and then of course, you know, the passage of the gene comes into play. So it's a nutrient deficiency usually that leads to disease or a genetic weakness, or, of course, toxins that come into play. Now, these are all yes, these are all areas that you are expert in talking about them. Forgive me for stepping on the end of your statement there. But I simply want to make sure people understand that they can hear you talk about this in much more detail in a seminar setting that is coming up real soon. I want you to talk just for a moment, Dr Wagner about where folks can go to hear you on March second tell them about the event what time it takes place where it is. Yes. We have two centers Oxford recovery center. Our mothership is in Brighton Michigan. We have a very large facility there where we have all these services may have a big conference room there. And that's sponsored by Michigan for vaccine choice, wonderful organization that I'm part of and they're sponsoring those. And it's gonna you know, we're gonna head off at nine thirty s registration ten o'clock start with the seminar. And then we're going to have an hour of Q and A afterwards. And you know, people can tour facility that can talk to all of our stats and be present their questions and going to have a good time. And for more information about it. I would recommend people go to Michigan vaccine choice dot org. To know more about it or Facebook, just search Michigan four vaccine choice groups all the information there, but basically nine thirty in.
"christian wagner" Discussed on The BreakPoint Podcast
"Smith warned had a cool opportunity Thursday night to be with again, a Christian Wagner and Jack Phillips Jack Phillips, of course, the Baker at the center of one of the most important are religious freedom cases of our day, the masterpiece cake shop case in which the supreme court really smack down the Colorado civil rights commission for how they mistreat a Jack Phillips on a personal level how they treated him inconsistently with other bakers who also refused to take certain projects on based on their personal beliefs and also just integrating religion. And despite all that the Colorado, civil rights commission, and and look don't even get me started on where the state of Colorado is right now, the the number of crazy radical bills going through a now a fully progressive majority with a far left democrat, dick governor. I I it's kind of hard to keep up right now. But I bring that up not to talk about that. That. Although it was a great event in Colorado Springs at three hundred or so people at our church that was you know, that we're able to meet Jackie actually baked a cake for us. And it was fantastic. And and it was beautiful it, which is necessarily takes. Yeah. It was great. It was just terrific had a wonderful time with Christian Wagner and Christian. Of course is a Colson fellows. She went through the Colson fellows program when it was called the centurions program. And so did a guy named Dr Everett piper. Now, Dr piper is been the president of Oklahoma Wesleyan university. And I bring up Jack Phillips, and I bring up Kristen Wagner, and I bring up Everett piper. For this reason, Dr piper recently wanted to buy a museum quality display case for a scroll of the tour that the school had recently acquired, but guess what this furniture company that provides these sort of display cases. Refuse the business. A doctor piper in Oklahoma Wesleyan university in here's the reason for Dr pipers quote publicly expressed views on LGBT issues, which they found to be hateful hurtful and a born. So they declined to do business with the university two points on this. Do they have the right to do that based on their personal views and Secondly did ever piper? Then turn around and report them to the civil rights commission. I it's a funny story. I mean, we were getting more and more of these stories anyway, Dr piper wrote in article in the Washington Times. Did you read this did? Yeah. And he said that he was not going to sue he remembered his mother's old advise, right, it sticks and stones may break, our bones, but words will never hurt us. And so just being called a religious bigot doesn't make it so was ever pipers position that he took his business. Elsewhere, which I think was probably pretty good thing to do. Well, and not only that you know, being called a religious big Eddie turned around and called the furniture store. Religious bigot, which is fine. But you know, again, we're we're big boys were grownups, there's other places to bike cake. There's other places to get a display case for a scroll of the Torah. The question is is are we going to be able to live with our deeply held differences? Are we going to force people to not hurt our feelings, and listen, the world's going to be a poor place. If the civil rights mission of Colorado gets away with not only how they treat a Jack Phillips the first time, but how they're treating him yet again. And that's really the stunning point. I tell you what it broke my heart near the night. Just to hear Jack Debbie Phelps have been at this for now seven years this has been going on for seven years,.
"christian wagner" Discussed on The BreakPoint Podcast
"To require that was kind of their case that kinda wrote aguire these things but it's quite shocking to actually seek to compel speech and of course this report found this to be the case and actually some of the some of the ruins were quite strongly worded but the supreme court said no you can't compel speech that people who literally have created a ministry these tend to be ministries that actually offer abortion alternatives so in other words you have literally wrought this together for the purpose of opposing something that you find deeply offensive to then say oh you have to put this on on your brochure or you have to put this on your wall yet to make sure people could see it font size large enough they can see it as well so really was a strong rebuke of government overreach and again this is not a done thing people government overreach continues we see this christian colleges for example where i teach at wheaton college but government overreach got up push back here from still a narrow ruling but with things to come now with kennedy retiring the the narrowness will be well we changing and i think that's going to be important part of our conversation well but i know you i know you're encouraged by the ruling no absolutely you jumping ahead i mean there's so much to talk about about justice let's go we gotta go one major supreme court case situation i will not mention justice kennedy again i will mention that you forgot to say about jack phillips and masterpiece cake shop that i was right about go ahead we've been we've covered listeners of the show frequent listeners of the show know what i'm talking about guy in and listen i have to just basically say that that was the reasoning giving by the state of california that this is in the same spirit as other postings this is nothing like that whatsoever ending at all it's not at all it's it's not in fact for example a business might be forced by the government to provide information for their employees this was the government trying to force an organization to provide this counter information to the very mission statement not to employ ease but the clients to actual clients with contacted a bit it's a bit like a church putting up a sign that says hey down the road there are people who don't believe the gospel and you can go there too and not i would say is i mean it's functionally drew but require that is an odd thing for me i was surprised that there were actually four justices who felt that they could defend this as a viable reality it goes to show just how far we've gone that there are actually i mean we weren't far away from a moment and actually worth mentioning as well that if we had merrick garland on the supreme court right now in all likely we don't know for sure but luckily that case would have gone the other that's right and it's interesting to on monday on the break point podcast and i hope you subscribe into the break point pike as you can find it podcast right all your great podcasts have a conversation with christian wagner and baron l stutzman now baranov of course arlene flowers the floors that we talked about along with the baker's her case was sent back to washington supreme court which we're talking about that in just a second as well but i asked kristen specifically about the narrow ruling in this nikola case now of course we don't mean narrow in the same sense as jack phillips jack phillips was a narrow ruling and scope but an overwhelming majority seven two in the nfl case you had a five four majority but it was a broad sweeping decision about compelled speech that was her reasoning and it made a little bit of sense to me that oftentimes in the supreme court when you have a very narrow ruling like you did in the.
"christian wagner" Discussed on Opening Arguments
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