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Can You Know God? Moving From Head to Heart Knowledge With Michael Brown

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:08 min | 1 year ago

Can You Know God? Moving From Head to Heart Knowledge With Michael Brown

"Of my friends were coming from a different point of view and before i met jesus i was coming from that point of view. Like you know you. Can't you can't know. God you can talk about him. Maybe but you can't know him. Those people are crazy and then when it happens to you you think my friends are going to think. I'm crazy but i can't go back. It's real do you think part of it and i'm sure the book is called. Has god failed you finding faith when you're not even sure god is real. I think a lot of people. They talk a good game as christians but god has not been made real to them and so when they're shaken because its head knowledge and it's not a relationship it can go away yet so i think we have to big problems. One those who just had the head knowledge or they were raised in it and they believed it or they like the tradition or they convinced by arguments about the existence of god or creation of something like that and then when when they really get hit with a massive challenge to their face like daniel wallace when the world's top a new testament greek scholars. He said when he battled with his sons cancer. That's when he realized he had to have an experiential relationship with god that he'd been more intellectual than experiential but then on the flip side you have people who've had a powerful experience but they basically were told you just shut off your brain and then when they start to get into school they get university and they get with the atheistic and skeptical professors love to make our faith they get hit with things got hit with and at that point their experiences somewhat waned so they come under assault. We're supposed to love god with all our heart and all of our mind. So yes that encounter with god. That's joel pads that changes everything and we share an incident. I worked on one of the chapters together. Like going through a journal of her and the agony they went through three years in church as a believer and the questions and the doubts and how they finally came out on the other end when they decided. I'm going to seek god and find him. I'm going to die trying. They got to that place. Desperation gone came

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"daniel wallace" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

07:08 min | 1 year ago

"daniel wallace" Discussed on WTVN

"Can you believe one week from today is Christmas Day? Where does the time go? I mean, it just flies. Unbelievable times. We're living in 809 41. Sean, If you want to be a part of this extravaganza, you know, now we have a second. Vaccine. One that the mom and the media the ones the big tech told us the one that Joe Biden said. There's not gonna be a miracle, though. It's kind of miraculous. That is now done and now being distributed and now given approval and now being put in the arms of health care workers and providers on the front lines of this pandemic. Which is amazing, and it's going to be getting in a nursing homes and then in the general population. Uh, does anyone in the media ever stopped to think what an incredible accomplishment pushed driven by a guy? That's a businessman named Donald Trump? We could barely ever see a nice words about him. It's a matter of fact, you're loving Democrats. Open kind loving, You know, the one that thinks we're all mother efforts. I'm sorry. That's Joe Biden's chief of staff. Like James Clyburn. They're actually urging Biden to establish a independent commission that would assign blame. For people that died from the pandemic. And they want to put the blame. Where do you think on Donald Trump? That's how sick It has gotten when you think it can't even get sicker. It does. Congresswoman Omar complaining that about the dangerous criminal neglect of Trump and his administration. Did anyone ever tell them? That he's the one that built the hospital's got. The PPE got the mascot, the gloves got the ventilators built. The hospital sent the Navy ships and ships, etcetera. No, I guess not. Never given credit. You know, I don't know how I missed this. Um American thinker. You probably don't know this member. I told you there were the two most widely Quoted studies on We're both pulled. One was from Lancet and I forget where the other one was. I think it was the Journal of Medicine. I'm not sure but I know one was Lancet. They were pulled because they weren't properly reviewed and wouldn't live up to a real peer review. Pretty amazing that we talked to you about Dr Daniel Wallace. The foremost expert in And again, it was Dr Oz saying. Well, of course, we wish we had the studies that could prove this. This this and this, But if the risk is nil, what have you got to lose? You go to war with the army? You have not the one you wish you had. And we have people like Dr Harvey Rush on this program and Dr Josh number on this program and Dr Oz on this program and our medical a team on this program and people from Baylor and people from U C L A and all over the country, put them all on They were all telling, you know, it actually taken early Now there's numerous studies starting with the Henry Ford study. That showed yeah, you taken earlier, actually very helpful. The A. M may when none of us were looking American Medical Association now they had vehemently opposed. Mob and the media because Donald Trump mentioned it. They just were clubbing him every day over it. Now they've reversed course. And I bet most of you didn't hear about this. The foremost group of medical experts now apparently agree with Donald Trump. That And by the way, Dr Rice has said, Now he's the Yale University professor of epidemiology. Actually had a nice webinar with him and Louie Gohmert and Rand Paul etcetera, and I think we could put it back up if we on Hannity dot com, he said that if the medical establishment Had endorsed the use of Gee, thanks a lot. American medical associations and all you all of you other people that play politics with a pandemic and still are playing politics with a pandemic. I am a adamantly against Reversed their opposition. The end of October, very quietly issued a new statement conveniently overlooked by the mob, given the green light to doctors to prescribe it to their covert patients. Resolved that R A. M a rescinds its statement calling for physicians to stop prescribing. Early in disease the disease course The updated position is we clarify our support for positions ability to prescribe the FDA approved medication for off loose use label. If it is in her or his best clinical judgment, with specific reference to the use of Aforementioned Harvey Rush. The guy from Yale who we've had on this show the number of Americans had died. He's saying 175,000 people might have saved their lives. Anyone gonna have an investigation? James Clyburn is now gonna have AH, independent commission looking into that. I mean, it's really insane out there on every level on every topic that Louis Farrakhan Currently good friends with Warnock eyes actually losing it. And now you know, White devils and my God teaches me the white man is the skunk of the planet Earth and obviously very on the anti Semetic. He's now claiming and urging his disciples to abstain from taking the Corona virus vaccine because it contains quote toxic waste. And was designed by White Devils and crackers to hurt black people. Our long speech that virtual speech to the National African and Black leadership summit this week, he goes on to say the vaccine is part of a death plan. Began with whites, making blacks more vulnerable to Corona virus. We have to survive because the death plan is in motion. What is the death plan was so frightened over this, Covad Well, now they're getting us ready for the vaccine. He said. Brothers and sisters do you believe that Satan is concerned about vaccinating you? You trust him. After all that he's done to destroy us. You trust him? And your trust this sickening because you love your enemy and you hate yourself..

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"daniel wallace" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

07:44 min | 1 year ago

"daniel wallace" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Can you believe one week from today is Christmas Day? Where does the time go? I mean, it just flies. Unbelievable times. We're living in 809 41. Sean, If you want to be a part of this extravaganza, you know, now we have a second. Vaccine. One that the mom and the media the ones the big tech told us the one that Joe Biden said. There's not gonna be a miracle. Well, it's kind of miraculous. That is now done and now being distributed and now given approval and now being put in the arms of health care workers and providers on the front lines of this pandemic. Which is amazing, and it's going to be getting in a nursing homes and then in the general population. Ah, is anyone in the media ever stopped to think what an incredible accomplishment pushed driven by a guy? That's a businessman named Donald Trump? We could barely ever see a nice words about him. As a matter of fact, you're loving Democrats. Open kind loving, You know, the one that thinks we're all mother efforts. I'm sorry. That's Joe Biden's chief of staff. Um like James Clyburn. They're actually urging Biden to establish a independent commission that would assign blame. For people that died from the pandemic. And they want to put the blame. Where do you think on Donald Trump? That's how sick It has gotten when you think it can't even get sicker. It does. Congresswoman Omar complaining that about the dangerous criminal neglect of Trump and his administration. Did anyone ever tell them? That he's the one that built the hospital's got. The PPE got the mascot, the gloves got the ventilators built. The hospital sent the Navy ships and ships, etcetera. No, I guess not. Would never give you credit. You know, I don't know how I missed this. Um American thinker. You probably don't know this member. I told you there were the two most widely quoted studies on We're both pulled. One was from Lancet and I forget where the other one was. I think it was the Journal of Medicine. I'm not sure but I know one was Lancet. They were pulled because they weren't properly reviewed and wouldn't live up to a real peer review. Pretty amazing, and we talked to you about Dr Daniel Wallace. The foremost expert and And again, it was Dr Oz saying. Well, of course, we wish we had the studies that could prove this. This this and this, But if the risk is nil, what have you got to lose? You go to war with the army? You have not the one you wish you had. And we have people like Dr Harvey Rush on this program and Dr Josh number on this program and Dr Oz on this program in our medical, a team on this program and people from Baylor and people from U C L A and all over the country, put them all on They were all telling, you know, it actually taken early Now there's numerous studies starting with Henry Ford study that showed yeah, you taken earlier, actually very helpful. The A. M may when none of us were looking American Medical Association now they had vehemently opposed. The mob and the media because Donald Trump mentioned it. They just were clubbing him every day over it. Now they've reversed course. And I bet most of you didn't hear about this. The foremost group of medical experts now apparently agree with Donald Trump. That And by the way, Dr Rice has said, Now he's the Yale University professor of epidemiology. Actually had a nice webinar with him and Louie Gohmert and Rand Paul, etcetera. I think we could put it back up. If we don't Hannity dot com. He said that if the medical establishment Had endorsed the use of a dropsy clerk. When early on, instead of flooding the public with bogus information to discredit this life saving medicine. Ah, whopping. 175,000 American lives could have been saved. Gee, thanks a lot. American medical associations and all you all of you other people that play politics with a pandemic and still are playing politics with a pandemic. I am a adamantly against Reversed their opposition. The end of October, very quietly issued a new statement conveniently overlooked by the mob, given the green light to doctors to prescribe it to their covert patients. Resolved that R A. M a rescinds its statement calling for physicians to stop prescribing. Early in disease the disease course The updated position is we clarify our support for positions ability to prescribe the FDA approved medication for off loose use label. If it is in her or his best clinical judgment, with specific reference to the use of Aforementioned Harvey Rush. The guy from Yale who we've had on this show the number of Americans had died. He's saying 175,000 people might have saved their lives. Anyone gonna have an investigation? James Clyburn is now gonna have AH, independent commission looking into that. I mean, it's really insane out there on every level on every topic that Louis Farrakhan Currently good friends with Warnock eyes actually losing it. And now you know, White devils and my God teaches me the white man is the skunk of the planet Earth and obviously very lonely anti Semetic. He's now claiming and urging his disciples to abstain from taking the Corona virus vaccine because it contains quote toxic waste. And was designed by White Devils and crackers to hurt black people. Our long speech that virtual speech to the National African and Black leadership summit this week, he goes on to say the vaccine is part of a death plan. That began with whites, making blacks more vulnerable to Corona virus. We have to survive because the death plan is in motion. What is the death plan was so frightened over this cove ID. Well, now they're getting us ready for the vaccine. And he said brothers and sisters, do you believe that Satan is concerned about vaccinating you? You trust him. After all that he's done to destroy us. You trust him? And your trust this sickening because you love your enemy and you hate yourself. You could allow him to stick a needle into you and say he's helping you okay? Trump says the Madonna covert 19 vaccine distribution will start immediately. Well done. Medical researchers Mike Pence. Got it done on video. Uh, I felt sorry for the partners that had nothing to do with the vaccine. But she passes out. I think at the sight of blood or whatever, and you know, a lot of people have that condition is very common. So I get in order to get a column written by New Gingrich today. And I'm in the middle of doing usual Normal show prep..

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"daniel wallace" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"daniel wallace" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"But as we continue with Dr Harvey Rish, Gail Epidemiology professor op Ed Newsweek about hydroxy Clore Quinn and we're talking about all of this. I'm blown away by all that you are saying, and it's really sad. I think what Dr Oz says that when you have the intersection of politics and medicine, politics, always wins is if that's what it sounds like to me, sir. Unfortunately, you know who's got the bigger hammer here and And the truth of Science has difficulty swinging it hammer spite of the fact that it's true, you know, it's like a lot of things. For example, I give you another political issue and in the second term of Barack Obama while he was all for building the wall, the Democrats were all for building the wall. Donald Trump wants to build the wall and now they're all against it, the very same people that will for it. Seems like if President Trump says, You know what? What have you got to lose? He'd know about Daniel Wallace's letter because it was sent to him. He's known he's talked all the medical experts. You know, there's so much vast elation and I don't know if we have FDA that is not looking out for the best interests of the American people. Why don't we clean that out? That's that's unconscionable to may. I agree, but I think that it's difficult to, um Address, you know, bad behavior of civil service, Federal civil service workers on and you know it. You have to document everything improve everything and that's drawn out process on. We're in a pandemic where lives are on the line daily. We're losing more than 1000 people a day. On its very difficult, you know, and nobody there is willing to do the right thing. Let me ask you this. You obviously you're a very well respected. It's not easy to get a peer reviewed article or publication. You have over 300 of them. Dr. Daniel Wallace, Cedars Sinai, the premier expert. I believe on hydroxy Cork it over 400 Have you taken heat for speaking. The truth this way. Yes, not only the CNN. Interview, um, and lots of pushback of what I'll call a barren people on on emails. Um, my Dean stood up for me on our school's website by saying that exactly members have the right to express their scientific opinions there. There's Studied opinions on science, regardless of how mainstream or friends they are that this is the freedom of intellect that we haven't yelling, telling that I cherish about being, in fact, remember deal. I would assume doctor that you don't have this prestigious professorship and his background at yell without Without having incredible credentials as we now know you do, sir. Thank you for your bravery. Thank you for giving another side and again, I would advise my audience. Let's consult your doctor, but but I stand with Dr Rish on this..

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"daniel wallace" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"daniel wallace" Discussed on WTVN

"With Dr Harvey Rish, Gail Epidemiology professor op Ed Newsweek about hydroxy Clore Quinn and we're talking about all of this. I'm blown away by all that you are saying, and it's really sad. I think what Dr Oz says that when you have the intersection of politics and medicine, politics always wins isn't that's what it sounds like to me, sir? Unfortunately, you know who's got the bigger hammer here and The truth of sciences have difficulty swinging it hammer spite of the fact that it's true, you know, it's like a lot of things. For example, I'll give you another political issue and in the second term of Barack Obama while he was all for building the wall, the Democrats were all for building the wall. Donald Trump wants to build the wall and now they're all against it. The very same people that will for it seems like if President Trump says, you know what? What have you got to lose? He'd know about Daniel Wallace's letter because it was sent to him. He's known he's talked all the medical experts, you know, there's so much vassal Asian and I don't know if we have FDA that is not looking out for the best interests of the American people. Why don't we clean that out? That's that's unconscionable to may. I agree, but I think that it's difficult to, um Address, you know the bad behavior of civil service, Federal civil service workers found. You know, even you have to document everything improve everything and that's drawn out process on. We're in a pandemic where lives are on the line daily. We're losing more than 1000 people a day. I found it very difficult, you know, and nobody there is willing to do the right thing. Let me ask you this. You obviously you're a very well respected. It's not easy to get a peer reviewed article or publication. You have over 300 of them. Dr. Daniel Wallows Cedars Sinai, the premier expert. I believe on hydroxy Cork it over 400 Have you taken heat for speaking. The truth this way. Yes, not only the CNN. Interview. Um, and lots of pushback of what? I'll call a barren people on on emails. Um, my dean stood up for me. On our school's website by saying that exactly members have the right to express their scientific opinions There. There's studied opinions on science, regardless of how mainstream or fringe They are that this is the freedom of intellect that we haven't yelling telling that I cherish about being, in fact, remember deal. I would assume doctor that you don't have this prestigious professorship and his background at yell without Without having incredible credentials as we now know you do, sir. Thank you for your bravery. Thank you for giving another side and again, I would advise my audience. Let's consult your doctor, but but I stand with Dr Rish on this. Thank.

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"daniel wallace" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

04:21 min | 2 years ago

"daniel wallace" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Or on TV. I promise. Okay, so, but you've read the Ford's study. You've read everything about I'm sure you've heard of Dr Daniel Wallace from Cedars Sinai, Los Angeles Like you. Hundreds of peer reviewed articles his 42 years. He's to me the premier expert in this if there's no risk You know, do no harm. But the media said he just heard Joe Scarborough. Every doctor says every medical professional says that's just not true. What do you What are your findings tell you? Well, it's contrary effect. The drug works in its intended population, which is high risk patients early on before they got hospitalized. In fact, Henry Ford's study there's four studies. Now that are like Henry Ford said he hit Mount Sinai, one and one, and there's another one that just came out also in the same thing, but oral and hospitalized patients and even though they showed the benefit of of using the drug on the first day or so that people get hospitalized. They're not the population that we need to treat. We need to treat people before they got hospitalized and in those people and Irish people before they got hospitalized, the drug works and works extremely well. So there's a need to refute this. And since there's no evidence to refute it, people use other approaches as you heard in the CNN interview. On and there, but I think there's way more than political issues going on on this. I think that there's malfeasance by the pharma industry on I think in order to know this One has to look at what the FDA has been doing. The FDA has a protocol for approving medications for emergencies. It's called the emergency use authorization on The the U. A applications that are filed for medications have to meet certain criteria. The criterion for efficacy. According to that is may show benefits. There is no criterion of efficacy for randomized controlled trial. The FDA does not have a randomized controlled trial standard for showing up efficacy in emergency use authorizations, which is what we're talking about now in the pandemic. So to say that the FDA requires an emergent, randomized controlled trial. It's a falsehood because their own internal documents which have been made public on the Internet, show that that's not true. Secondly, the same documents show that once a drug has been approved by the emergency use authorization, the FDA will not allow that mechanism to approve other medications. And that means that if I drop the cork when we're to be approved That other drug companies would have to use the regular route for approval and not the emergency one, and that takes much larger, longer methods to get those drugs approved. So I believe that is where the problem is that the FDA is protecting the slot for some drug companies to be able to have their medications approved for emergency use, instead of Dr Corrigan. I've been reading the costs of the cost of room disappear and I've read a lot about room too severe a cz well, and from what I've read. A lot of the results they're promising is as well. A 65 year old drug is not a drug that any company is going to make money on, is it That's correct, but I don't necessarily know that its room disappeared. That's the competition here because each drug has its niche for use room disappear is used right now in hospitalized patients. The application we're talking about Is an outpatient. Yeah, well, I mean that that was very clear in the studies. You're right. If taken early, you know of the to the thing that frustrates me. Then the most is then the most widely publicized in the media article was was published in a medical journal and then later retracted. But they did not point or cite the Henry Ford study of the Mount Sinai study, or you talked about the Milan study. Dr Oz has talked about that and another study. So it seems to me that politics is all over this, and you're also saying financials are all over this and that bothers me greatly because for me, the only concern ought to be saving lives. Correct, but I think that all fingers point to the FDA. I think the FDA is basically behind the whole problem, and it's been, uh, carrying out a charade against Evidence against science..

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"daniel wallace" Discussed on The Film Buds Podcast

The Film Buds Podcast

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"daniel wallace" Discussed on The Film Buds Podcast

"The word. Not seem exactly what kind of just like what the movie was like putting into the world like it wasn't a little magical realistic ish like it wasn't like. The message is kind of fit that Kinda. Like Daniel. Wall kind of VIBE. You know what I mean Yes, so I appreciated that He the other thing that speaks to how Daniel Craig. How good he was is that he was certainly the most outlandish of all the characters, but he I sure felt the most real to me like the most fleshed out the most possible, unlike which I think is very impressive, especially like you're saying a lot of people just like sucks so like it'd be easy to buy I. Don't know. Maybe they were just enjoying it too much mergers, because such an over the top our no also the other thing I feel like the movie had like an illusion of being over the top, but it really wasn't like nobody. was that eccentric. They all had really bad qualities like there's nothing kind of. Fun that I will get again like avid. Daniel Wallace book or something just like little accent. Cities of the characters in particular you know. Fair, yeah like like. I mean. This is a weird example. I. Don't know where this came to mind, but like if. If, ever there's like food in a scene or something Jamie. Lee Curtis is like eating corn something like that I mean as well little accenture. I wonder what what? Did that happen now. No. I'm just saying. I was like. Did I miss something? I'm saying the kind of thing I would like you know. Off Lean into it a little bit. You know what I mean like A. This is the kind of movie I feel like the color especially because it's like a throwback to know like a act Christie Kinda. Deal all that kind of stuff like this. Maybe they did a like like a superhero movie like what the name staff at the beginning. I'm like no, no, no less dynamic that up. That does happen, right. Wait..

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"daniel wallace" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show

The Sean Hannity Show

14:07 min | 2 years ago

"daniel wallace" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show

"Hydroxy. Right now. Couple of weeks ago started taking it because I think it's kind of a lot of good stories and if it's not good will tell you right. Duck to get hurt by it. It's been around for forty years from malaria for Lupus for other things I'd take it. Frontline workers take it a lot of doctors take. Excuse me a lot of doctors take it. I take it now. I hope to not be able to take it soon because you know. I hope they come up with some answer but I think people should be allowed to. It's actually been around sixty five years. Tens and tens of millions of doses have been dispensed its first approval was in nineteen fifty five. I just read the letter from Daniel Wallace again And he goes I see. Chloroquine is a very safe drug in forty two years a practice. No patient of mine is ever been hospitalized for hydroxy chloroquine complications four hundred peer reviewed papers. He's written the principal Lupus Textbook. He's a part of every lupus. Rheumatoid Arthritis Foundation available and authored Also has authored numerous articles on anti-malarials. And then he went on the risk of taking four hundred milligrams of hydroxy chloroquine a day after a six hundred milligram single-day loading dose for thirty or sixty days. Which by the way no doctor was giving for Cova Nineteen. The risks are nil unless one has an allergic rash an upset stomach going to believe Dr Joyless Bihar or Dr Pelosi or Dr Liberal Joe Scarborough. I think I'll stick with Dr Wallace and probably the Association of American physicians and Surgeons that endorsed hydroxy chloroquine quite passionately and their peer reviewed studies. You know they went on to explain in great detail. Hydroxy caloric winning combination with zinc and or maybe beneficial in treating covert nineteen especially. When used early they sight observational data China France South Korea Algeria And Ninety one point. Six percent of the patients treated improved clinically. They talked about sixty three deaths. Fifty two of which came from that retrospective study of the Va. Which I told. You is very problematic We know that Countries also that have High Usage for to prevent malaria or it's a malaria. Anti-malarial drug They didn't see that level of incidents that we see here in this country. And then you go through all the other countries that have been using it narrow a lot of them. They put it in their paper. You know Turkey and India. Medical Workers People could That have contact with infected persons prophylactically. Those their words not mine. Anyway Dr Oz and I talked about this at length for a long period of time. We were Dr Ause on his show on this show on my TV show. We were all asking. If if you have lupus rheumatoid arthritis and you're taking hydroxy chloroquine And you can't contracted covid nineteen let us know. Now Dr Oz. Had A hard time finding people he did but not a lot from what? I last remember when we spoke about it Dr Oz. Welcome back thank you know. We didn't get a lot of people reaching out But of course that's not the best way to trial is to ask America. Call us if you've got an issue but it's desperate to talk about millions and millions of Americans. There's gotTa be some we. Twenty some people reach out We didn't validate. What did they had covid? Nineteen or that they were taking chloroquine. We did get permission from the Arab that we applied to this week to study the Medicare database. So as of May I'd rather April the first Medicare's keeping track of covid nineteen diagnoses. So we're we've got permission to go back and look at who are taking hydroxy clerk win for. At least three months they were chronic users to see many of them were diagnosed covid nineteen and then compare that to what you would have expected for the Domo population. There's nothing is as good as a perspective randomized trial and so David Beloit God bless him at University of Minnesota as it the principal investigator I to be published randomized large. Us trial around prevention. Exactly figure out if you might WANNA use hydroxy chloroquine to reduce a chance of getting in nineteen. He had twelve hundred people That he was able to get the join. We've been recruiting and trying to get people to to to join this trial and it was all over the nation to join and So we're going to get the data set it has set it off to one of our big journals waiting for them to review. It plus or minus. We learn something if it doesn't work there We we'd still learn a lot of people adding zinc The hydrogen Corcoran as you mentioned in which The president was doing and there's data from nyu retrospective was on a prospective randomized trial but retrospective study that. I thought they did a pretty good job and added zinc and there was a fifty percent reduction. Roughly forty four percent. Think it was exactly reduction in mortality. Now these are perfect trials. Because they're in the middle of this battle we were fighting against covid nineteen and no. There's lots of criticism. We can always throw it all these studies including to Asia. You mentioned but I I think until we get. The random is data people. Just calm down just to figure out what's going on. I should point out that in beloit. Study twelve hundred people when you do. These randomized trials. There's a group of doctors have just looked for side effects. That might be dangerous than anything bad. That's happening stop drought. Because sometimes these medications can be harmful at into twelve hundred people. Getting these people are generally outpatients. They did not find a risk of dangerous changed from being on. I'd actually clerk when which makes me more comfortable to what Dr Wallace and others are saying. still holds true that that just meant these medications. Don't seem to be dangerous in general. Well it's the first you know Mandate for any treatment and you made the case and I made the case many many times on the show and that is that well of course we would love years long. clinical trials and CBO's. And you know we we would love to do things that way But these people were dying now. We didn't have that army now. Hopefully we'll be able to have these studies over time but when when somebody like Dr Wallace has been doing this now for forty two years and has written all these peer reviewed articles and and has been you know prescribing this drug for his entire career. He seems like to me the foremost expert in the entire country on this and for him to say that he'd never had a single person of any complication that brought them to a hospital and that the risk at these levels is very low I would think okay. Let's start there. We're not going to hurt anybody. Is that a fair assumption. I actually emailed back and forth the doctor Wallace Today. And you know he has a study. He's doing it's a questionnaire to fifty seven major academic centers or rheumatologists to find out. You know what's going on in their lives. Are they seeing what he's seeing as there? Is there any potential benefit and then he also is going to start looking at? Ekg's just to see if there's any real problem with arrhythmias Even with Covid nineteen getting. He's a lot of concerned that we we're going to have people panic that they think the drugs dangerous and they're gonNA START TO WANNA get off of it. Even though it's a mainstay medication that works well and doesn't seem to be dangerous. When used for LUPUS RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS WERE PREVENTION FOR MALARIA? And so we the the vitriol has gotten so bad now that you you actually begin to interfere with the conversation doctors for having patience. And that's unfortunate it's true. It's nineteen and dressing medication. These are difficult decisions for doctors to make with patients. They have to be customized. No drugs perfect And yet if there's a rational reason that you think patients should be on a medication you don't want a recent news article to convince the patient that you're out of your mind because you just spend your whole life studying this after all sally is in Illinois. She's taking hydroxy chloride and apparently has for years. Sally say hi to Dr. How are you? I'm fine? What an honor to speak with. You Sean. I've listened to your show for years and Kudos crazy state of Illinois. Yes I have been. A hydroxy spoke for ten years. The first eight years that I took it I took four hundred milligrams a day two years ago. My symptoms for my disease were so down that we went to two hundred milligrams. I've never had any issues with the drug. I have to have a regular lab work done and regular exams because that's one of the side effects. Is it hydrog? School can cost problems. And by the time you have our problems. It's too late so I have regular eye exams. I've never had one. My understanding is the issue occurs only after long term use over many years and that is actually referenced to to in Dr Wallace's letter. Yeah that's what I understand. My rheumatologist in Saint Louis has said the same thing but I get regular eye exams regular lab work to make sure kidney functions are all good and everything everything is good now whether or not it will be long term use for covid nineteen. I have no idea. I don't know we're we're we're things in your state but I I'm a I'm a high user and have had no issues with it at all three appreciate you know. I guess you Your York. She's she's you saw. You're reading this so clearly so so right you described for the for the right amount for the right reason with right follow up it makes sense and it's it's that approach that we should be using the practice of medicine and when you've got a disease and you don't have a solution to and now we have is the first building block but we cope with nineteen. We don't have anything to us. You WanNa try to use these strategies. So thank you for sharing that story there. Is this talk of about this. This new potential vaccine. I know you read about fifty five patients. This these are the findings by Madonna May cause the huge rally on Wall Street as a result of all of this With it going up quite a percentage but anyway what do you make of that study? Forty-five patients eighteen fifty-five with one or two shots different twenty five micrograms one hundred micrograms two hundred and fifty micrograms. After two weeks in a second booster shot those at the low level twenty five and one hundred microgram dosages or bound to have stimulated the immune system and created covid. Nineteen immunities What does that mean to you? Dr Headed that is a very cessation enough. If that's really good. That's exactly what they did for. You got a smart audience. You guys can put the pieces together. What they were trying to do was to make sure it was safe at different doses so they gave volunteer young healthy people where there was a problem they can usually get ahead of it the medications and what they looked for was to make sure you didn't complications however they said listen as long as you got the vaccine in you. That's just EP made antibodies. That might actually protected you. And Lo and behold they were antibodies. There so it's a signal that wasn't the purpose of the trial but it gives us more competent. That what they're doing makes sense. Let me just take to Madonna does because it's a medication to hear a lot about it's 'EM RNA. Vaccine which means they clip off one of those spike proteins. The ones that let the virus get into our body. Just click on fact the tail of the virus but it's not the body of the virus that makes you sick. It's just a table that gets you in. But they stick that off. They put it inside your cells in a vaccine and then your body starts to make a little protein from that and begins to react to that protein. Because you've tricked the body. Now into reproducing just a sign that the virus but not the actual virus so then if you body ever sees the real virus but that tale was the one the virus. I'm going to attack that and stop it before gross. So can I ask this question? This is a this is a Lehman Question Dr Hannity Question. So they're not injecting you with any part of the virus just something that tricks the body into thinking. That is the virus well so devolved coronal viruses above with lots of spikes on a Dick's tip off. One of those spikes imagine given a haircut right and they put the hair a little bit of hair inside of you react against Super. The body will not react and find hair. You know the detail but it won't actually eat have to have the actual virus but it doesn't have. We're not injecting any part of the virus that could harm you justice the little that spike protein part. That's why these more vaccines are so interesting. Because you don't have to give a lot. The body will use his own so machinery. To make the antigen make the irritant itself. It won't make more than it needs. It'll react with the antibody and now if you actually the true virus with the body that's dangerous the actual ball itself you'll immediately recognize what spike proteins and knock it out which is why we are hopeful. Now I talked to a bunch of immunologists vaccine experts. One of them told me just now. That's when I had the highest hope for because I think I think it'll work. I think we can make a lot of it. And then I think it'll be safe in a lot of people Dr Oz. We appreciate you helping us out by the way. If I got for myself my decision I would take it in two seconds two seconds. But that's my choice After talking to guys like you and and other friends of Mine Dr Oz. Thank you.

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"daniel wallace" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"daniel wallace" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"The country had closed down I can we can calculate how many people will die just like we can't calculate how many people would have contracted the disease and also died had the president not bravely withstood the criticism they can't do it truth is the biggest casualty doctors that will tell you you know of do no harm no better expert on hydroxy Clark when then Daniel Wallace I read his letter again nobody nobody wants to bring his works they can get one flawed negative study are you know they're not read directly from what he said you know a guy that is in peer review this period of forty two years of practice no patient my number's been hospitalized for eight C. Q. complication the rest of taking four hundred eighty Q. a day followed by a single six hundred milligram H. C. Q. loading those for thirty to sixty days nobody was getting about thirty or sixty days was five ten maybe twenty Max Hey said the risks are nil but for an allergic rash or an upset stomach but they don't care if they get hurt trump bludgeon trump never give trump credit that's their goal hundred ninety four days to go it's only gonna get worse Hey today's digital world well you're more likely to actually.

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"daniel wallace" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"daniel wallace" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Can't admit that there's no discussing anything with you they I do not see the same people that lied smeared slandered procession marched advanced one conspiracy theory after another conspiracy theory the ones that were impeaching the ones that were ripping up state in the union addresses the ones that were saying come to Chinatown the mayors that were saying go out go to a play in March and I help people if they had no help from the federal government if the workers in the country had closed down I can we can calculate how many people will die just like we can't calculate how many people would have contracted the disease and also died had the president not bravely withstood the criticism they can't do it truth is the biggest casualty doctors that will tell you you know do no harm no better expert on hydroxy Clark when then Daniel Wallace I read his letter again nobody nobody wants to bring his works they can get one flawed negative study actor or director of dying no they're not read directly from what he said you know a guy that is in peer review this period of forty two years of practice no patient my number's been hospitalized for eight C. Q. complication the rest of taking four hundred eighty Q. a day followed by a single six hundred milligram H. C. Q. loading those for thirty to sixty days nobody was getting about thirty to sixty days was five ten maybe twenty Max Hey said the risks are nil but for an allergic rash or an upset stomach but they don't care if they get hurt trump bludgeon trump never give trump credit that's their goal hundred ninety four days to go it's only gonna get worse Hey today's digital world well you're more likely to actually.

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"daniel wallace" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"daniel wallace" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Admit that there's no discussing anything with you they I do not see the same people that lied smeared slandered for submerged advanced one conspiracy theory after another conspiracy theory the ones that were impeaching the ones that were ripping up state in the union addresses the ones that were saying come to Chinatown the mayors that were saying go out go to a play in March and I help people if they had no help from the federal government if the workers in the country had closed down I can we can calculate how many people will die just like we can't calculate how many people would have contracted the disease and also died had the president not bravely withstood the criticism they can't do it truth is the biggest casualty doctors that will tell you you know do no harm no better expert on hydroxy Clark when then Daniel Wallace I read his letter again nobody nobody wants to bring his works they can get one flawed negative study Accern they're dying no they're not read directly from what he said you know a guy that is in peer reviewed this period of forty two years of practice no patient my number's been hospitalized for eight C. Q. complication the rest of taking four hundred eight C. Q. a day followed by a single six hundred milligram H. C..

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"daniel wallace" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"daniel wallace" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Can admit that there's no discussing anything with you they I do not see the same people that lied smeared slandered for submerged advanced one conspiracy theory after another conspiracy theory the ones that were impeaching the ones that were ripping up state in the union addresses the ones that were saying come to Chinatown the mayors that were saying go out how to go to a play in March and I help people if they had no help from the federal government if the workers in the country had closed down I can we can calculate how many people will die just like we can't calculate how many people would have contracted the disease and also died had the president not bravely withstood the criticism they can't do it truth is the biggest casualty doctors that will tell you you know do no harm there's no better expert on hydroxy Clark when then Daniel Wallace I read his letter again nobody nobody wants to bring his works they can get one flawed negative study Accern arms are dead dying no they're not read directly from what he said you know a guy that is in peer review this period of forty two years of practice no patient my number's been hospitalized for eight C. Q. complication the rest of taking four hundred eight C. Q. a day followed by a single six hundred milligram H. C. Q. loading dose for thirty to sixty days nobody was getting about thirty or sixty days was five ten maybe twenty Max Hey said the risks are nil but for an allergic rash or an upset stomach but they don't care if they get hurt trump bludgeon trump never give trump credit that's their goal hundred ninety four days to go it's only gonna get worse Hey today's digital world well you're more likely to actually.

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"daniel wallace" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"daniel wallace" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"No discussing anything with you they I do not see the same people that lied smeared slandered for submerged advanced one conspiracy theory after another conspiracy theory the ones that were impeaching the ones that were ripping up state in the union addresses the ones that were saying come to Chinatown the mayors that were saying go out go to a play in March and I help people if they had no help from the federal government if the workers in the country had closed down I can we can't calculate how many people will die just like we can't calculate how many people would have contracted the disease and also died had the president not bravely withstood the criticism they can't do it truth is the biggest casualty doctors that will tell you you know do no harm no better expert on hydroxy core Quinn then Daniel Wallace I read his letter again nobody nobody wants to bring his works they can get one flawed negative study Accern dying well they're not read directly from what he said you know a guy that is in peer review this period of forty two years of practice no patient my number's been hospitalized for H. C. Q. complication the rest of taking four hundred eighty Q. a day followed by a single six hundred milligram H. C. Q. loading dose for thirty to sixty days nobody was getting up from thirty to sixty days was five ten maybe twenty Max Hey said the risks are nil but for an allergic rash or an upset stomach but they don't care if they get hurt trump bludgeon trump never give trump credit that's their goal hundred ninety four days to go it's only.

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"daniel wallace" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"daniel wallace" Discussed on WTVN

"One Hey on a second there's there's twenty separate tracks we now have going on simultaneously for vaccines Israel they're moving into of trials a company in Pittsburgh they they've been able to do this quicker than another other companies there in the trial phase the governments in the trial phase you know look I I understand look for the treatment aspect you know what is it if you don't do no harm I'm look I think all of that is happening I just maybe you just want to just stick people with the virus and see if it sticks it's not it's not as simple as that these things are a little more complicated I'm I'm not so sure I would want to volunteer to get the virus right now for a vaccine but that but they know what they're doing but in the meantime that's why we deal with the army we have which is hydroxy Cork win which we pointed out over and over again the doctor there doctor Daniel Wallace says is safe and risks are now I hear what you're saying it just it feels like we're being way too cautious here I mean word of war you need troops on the front line who are willing to put their lives on the line to get this done now when when found she says it's going to be twelve eighteen months and then you read into what that twelve to eighteen months requires so that you're not asking people to risk their that's why these studies on hydroxy Cork when it just.

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"daniel wallace" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"daniel wallace" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Trials suggesting they work out together nearly all of my lupus patients have taken several myosin over the years without a single adverse event also there is consensus among lupus specialist that need talks about another drug may be a valuable tool in the fight against call the drug was taken by a bluff now you listen you're gonna whoever everybody has to make their own decisions on these things but for those that are saying that this is reckless that this is dangerous that this is you know that it's our outrun proven it's it they are saying things that are just false according to all of the experts now I might tell you to take it nope I'm telling you to check with your doctor there's a reason the world is using it as it relates to covert nineteen and the whole world is using it and there's a reason that even in New York state of all places now county executives are begging Cuomo to end his hydroxy Cork when banned because he's forcing anybody that wants to get the medicine into the hospital system which you don't wanna over burden and if you don't have called at nineteen before you go when the odds are much higher you have it when you leave the hospital and still he were even though the president is sending him millions of doses is hoarding it and forcing people into the hospital system it's ridiculous just like he has failed an epic level which will get into an even more detail today but this is something that you know if they tell you it's not safe I would prefer for me personally I listen to Daniel Wallace all as an a Dr oz who's talked to doctors all around the world and does it all day every day it's not the army of course we want clinical trials we don't have time for her to your clothes clinical trial and the effects are being chronicled all over the place it's no longer is he says even anecdotal it's way beyond that all right we'll get into more of the same Marriott confirmed a second data breach now in three years wow five point two million guests impacted they said they have no reason to believe payment data was stolen but they warn that names addresses phone numbers etcetera birthdates travel information were taken in this breach look someone's identity is stolen every two.

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"daniel wallace" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"daniel wallace" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Trials suggesting they work together nearly all of my lupus patients have taken several myosin over the years without a single adverse event also there is consensus among lupus specialist that need talks about another drug may be a valuable tool in the fight against call the drug was taken by a block now you listen you're gonna whoever you everybody has to make their own decisions on these things but for those that are saying that this is reckless that this is dangerous that this is you know that it's our outrun proven it's it they are saying things that are just false according to all of the experts now I might tell you to take it nope I'm telling you to check with your doctor there's a reason the world is using it as it relates to covert nineteen and the whole world is using it and there's a reason that even in New York state of all places now county executives are begging Cuomo to end his hydroxy Cork when banned because he's forcing anybody that wants to get the medicine into the hospital system which you don't wanna over burden and if you don't have cold with nineteen before you go when the odds are much higher you have it when you leave the hospital and still he were even though the president is sending him millions of doses is hoarding it and forcing people into the hospital system it's ridiculous just like he has failed an epic level which will get into an even more detail today but this is something that you know if they tell you it's not safe I would prefer for me personally I listen to Daniel Wallace all as an a Dr oz who's talked to doctors all around the world and does it all day every day it's not the army of course we want clinical trials we don't have time for her to your clothes clinical trial and the effects are being chronicled all over the place it's no longer is he says even anecdotal it's way beyond that all right we'll get into more of the same Marriott confirmed a second data breach now in three years wow five point two million gas impacted they said they have no reason to believe payment data was stolen but they warn that names addresses phone numbers etcetera birthdates travel information were taken in this breach look someone's identity is stolen every two.

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"daniel wallace" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

09:41 min | 3 years ago

"daniel wallace" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Seen a Anderson just re tweeted a Dale Daniel Wallace who's a is the legal analyst Antonio brown has been ordered by a Miami judge to appear for deposition tomorrow morning at nine thirty the deposition which will be videotaped part of a civil lawsuit alleging that he trashed a multi million dollar condominium unit he was renting in early twenty eighteen so they just keep going on for Antonio brown all right the JT of Washington or. Jeff Dickerson is the John time of Chicago joins us now here on ESPN one thousand he covers the Washington Redskins John thank you for taking a few minutes for me what can the Chicago Bears be concerned about that Washington does that well it could cause you problems. for you start off with the tough questions right away there there you go. there are you know what the Redskins have done well the first couple games this is create big plays for the receivers they're not always hitting them but they are available and that's mainly with rookie Terry McLaurin there is with just a couple I mean listen with good passes he could have usually usually could have had for fifty yard plus touchdowns in the first two games that's what was available to him or actually I should say the Redskins could have that many three of them would have gone to a court so that's something that they're going to pay attention to but you know and they've done a good job of protecting keen on through the action of the play the formation the design etcetera but that kind of plays right into the bare strength right so I think defensively what the bears would have to worry about is they actually have better person now than there. why is showing they get Jonathan Allen back so they can kind of three of those take away the one with Alain Delon pain inside then I think they'd be concerned so the narrative that is being spawning here in Chicago is Hey man you're playing the red skins and they're not very good and Jeff Dickerson was on earlier and said I can promise you they are going to try and open up the offense and make this stat book look really good I'm Mitchell to risky because you could throw on Washington will the bears be successful trying to do that. well they certainly have a chance because that has been what the I'm always the first couple games the Redskins will be without another start without one of their starting corners when Dunbar this week they have a rookie slot dodging Moreland seven trumpets they like him they like his future but he's a rookie playing is Thursday and then they get one of their other corners backstage and low but he hasn't played in a game in more than a month so I don't know what to expect from him and so there is there are opportunities there there've been some coverage mishaps break downs a lack of discipline were or not maybe not. not and you know sometimes it's not a matter of not doing your job it's maybe find some better instincts to prevent certain things sometimes it's been relying plate you know calls out to the side and it's not getting delayed all the way and one year old ten guys get it one guy does and and it's a busted play so that's happened all all of the first couple games yeah the opportunities will be there for for that I mean that's that's definitely the case made there she did pretty well against Carson Wentz for a couple quarters in the opener and then a couple does break downs lead to too big to shar Jackson place and that was it and that it was once his ability and this is played Mitchell biscuit was what's in the bill would be to extend plays outside the pocket that lead to other key third down conversions we're talking to John Carney covers the Washington Redskins at a day by day basis for ESPN okay so the bears are known for having perhaps the NFL's best defense their front seven is B. slate with Khalil Mack and Eddie Goldman and a keen hex and Leonard Floyd and Danny Trevathan a row Quonset mean they're really really good. please grade your offense of line through two weeks so what you expect them to line up with tonight. the line is done very average at best now the past section there's been solid but it again I think that sometimes there is often a function what they've been able to clean the past games so keep them in the first game is able to get to that one step hitch and get the ball out and then to also use the chat actually no use the pool a lot of play action they'll move the pocket was that to to help Kim I think but when you look at it like when you go back to what they have you know a lot of sense to them when you go back and look at some individual quite like their flowers about start well he he's he hasn't given up these disastrous plays but it's close right it's it's close to happening more often than they probably want to do that the right side right tackle Morgan Moses without trend Williams there he's got to be the bedrock tackle he has they get called for a lot of holding penalties and Moses in particular like our brand sheriff is very solid he's had a couple holds pretty solid guys workings of hers the right side is with stones and again that's more or less a tacky Moses so they get if if Khalil Mack coming off a little the last and you're in that situation I think the rights is going to feel a little bit on because we're going to be a couple no matter where mac. but I think if that's the side that is supposed to be there that rock side and it hasn't that so I think there is definitely there would have to be there is a concern bank with the red could have to do to mitigate that as much as possible down to stay in positive down and distance situations that they they've been able to stay mostly on those. the first couple weeks and that's also second sex sex even second seven as long as it's not second thirteen they feel their okay and they can still want what they want to run so that's you know but that is not it's not the greatest match ups with this team especially with traveling itself so if you look at case Keenum as numbers he's been really good so far early two seasons ago he was in Minnesota he was really really good yet they went. we he's not the guy with the get us where we got to go let's go spend ninety million on Kirk cousins and he's been okay he has a big great may have gotten where they want to go so far yeah what is it that case Keenum dies but nobody seems to go yeah that's our guy will take him. well I work the numbers numbers of the good but there have been opportunities for more attacks I mean the the past play design has been really really good and they're just seven plays into the mess in the in the opener yeah he has turned accord for I think is a sixty nine yard touchdown pass what they have available later in the game for a similar length of this what would you serve on a touchdown pass is open by about four five yards and overthrow the bike out for you four five. so here so the and then last week on the next record he had a bad fall on the opening play that would have you the benefits down for a first down inside the twenty inside the house twenty he misses that and there's been some other players worse like okay this is available if you just a little more patient you've seen this that is there and they had another one where Paul Richards and sprints his basically right face the mesh route and takes off down the bill to field and nobody's within twenty yards of on I didn't see them and it's down the middle of the of so like plays like that are what you also see with case to them and so I think there's there's a yes the numbers of a good I think with they look at this stage but it could be a lot better now will he get now in fairness to him it's a second he's only played two games this offense it's a new it's a new system for Hannah's new receivers etcetera etcetera so will he get better with that I don't know but I think that's also part and I think the one thing he's done really well here though guises deported paternal and that's something that to watch tonight too because you haven't had an issue with that and that has been an issue in the past and you know so I think that's all part of the Cuban experiences and their stuff that he does well and there's the other side the not seeing everything not getting the same maternal version is afforded to turn over so far all right as I let you go what do you think happens that I give me the prediction from your seat. all I do is I think what the Redskins do well again is this they passed the ball well in those days and the guitars open I just think that the hard part is that they're playing into the strength of the bears and I don't have much competition the way the defense is playing directly that you'd have to a camera is two fifty two and sixteen at home on Monday night at FedEx field it's just it's not a good atmosphere at Mr here right now with fans of this team or anything like that so I'm going with the bears just because the defense I think is in a constant problem now all right have a wonderful rest of your day and enjoy the game tonight okay. thanks for IBM we appreciate your time there you go John kind ESPN in Washington he is the red skins beat reporter alright gotta take a time out Carmen and your code will be in here for cross stock will get their perspective and have some fun this is ESPN one thousand capa company the first Midwest bank.

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Kim Kardashian West shook after testing positive for lupus antibodies

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00:21 sec | 3 years ago

Kim Kardashian West shook after testing positive for lupus antibodies

"Kim Kardashian has tested positive for lupus antibodies on Sunday's season premiere of keeping up with the Kardashians the K. K. W. beauty founder got a call from her doctor with the results of her blood tests her physician Dr Daniel Wallace revealed Kardashian's antibodies tested positive for lupus and rheumatoid arthritis however the doctor said the test results don't necessarily confirm the actual presence of either

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"daniel wallace" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

06:43 min | 3 years ago

"daniel wallace" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"This is just cutting edge stuff. Daniel Wallace welcomed the program. I'm just amazed. That there is so much yet to be learned. What did we learn? For example, a lot of times you reading a bible, and you come to that passage about you know, they will pick up snakes will pick up snakes. And you know, it says that this isn't in the earliest manuscripts. What what are we to make of that? When you see that in the margin of New Testaments new detachments today. They're really indicating that most likely those words are not authentic because they have been traditionally put in our bibles since the King James, and before they are still put in although some some translations put them in brackets, they'll put that note in there, but the passage Mark sixteen nine hundred twenty still finds its way into the bible because it's traditionally been there, but the oldest manuscripts don't have the oldest manuscripts of certain versions. Don't have an ancient translations and both you CBS Jerome in early fourth century and late fourth century working with different manuscripts. But a wealth of collection said they could hardly find those versus in any manuscript. Okay. So you're telling me, those if you had to choose today's only points a gun to your head is this the word of God or not you would say. It is not correct. Therefore, snake handling churches are basing what they do on something that is not the word of God. Yes, I agree with that. But at the same time, they're misunderstanding. Even that text. If it were the word of God. Well, that's that's a good point. Yeah. That's actually that's a good point. But that's a big thing to say, it's not the word of God. Because I think that people want to know is this the word of almighty, God who created the universe is is the word of Jesus is this the word of the one who who rose from the dead, or is it just the word of some men, and that's really the attornal debate with with the bible is this the word are these the words of men or are these the words of God through men and so a little bit like that. I don't know that there's much else in the New Testament that falls along those lines is there. I can't remember now there is one passage is of equal length. It's also twelve versus long the rest of the textual variants. It may have a claim to authenticity are at most two versus long. So there's two there very long and then. The vast majority of our textual variants are basically a single letter spelling difference, right? But the other passage that's twelve hours long has much more emotional baggage with it. And that's the story of the woman conned adultery. But versions of that there's actually several version to ancient versions. Yes. And I think those two got conflicted probably in the third century perhaps a little bit earlier. And then by the time, we get into the fifth century. We actually have a Greek manuscript that has them, but through the first eight centuries, the majority of the manuscripts did not have. So which so which were heart of that? Do you reckon is right and true and the word of God. Or would you say none? I would say those twelve verses are probably not scripture. Story. The story of the woman taken adultery is is not an any other gospels. No, no. Although early on one church father said it's in the gospel to the Hebrews, which we don't have any more. And it probably was in that document, which is not scripture, but it was something that was circulating in the late first century, and I would say that we make need to make a distinction between. What is canonical that is what is inspired, and what is historical? And I think that the story of the woman caught adultery has the air marks of authenticity. Historically, speaking with some some differences, but it does not have the earmarks of inspiration. It doesn't sound like John the vocabulary the style syntax or not Johns. It's not founded our earliest manuscripts. Not search father writes, a commentary on it for several centuries. There's all sorts of indications that this is not scripture. So so the phrase let he who is without sin cast, the first stone. You would say based on your study that that never came from mouth of Jesus. Well, no, I wouldn't say that because it could be could be historical Jesus may have said that. But since it's not part of the bible in the earliest edition of the bible. Then we can't really claim that he said that was certainty because it's the reason I say that is because to my ear. It sounds like Jesus. And I don't mean because I've heard it over and over. But I mean, it has that kind of it's sort of like. Render unto Caesar the things that are Caesar's under God of the things got it has this paradoxical quality to it which subsequently the way Jesus thought and spoke, and so it sounds very authentic, and it's so brilliant. I mean, there's certain things that he says, and that's among them that it just so brilliant. They make you think they knock you back and just make you thinking all these different directions. And that strikes me as perfectly in keeping with that. So it's it's amazing. You argued well on that point. And I would agree with you. Yeah. And it goes back to what Jesus actually said. But I do not think that goes back to it and John actually wrote. Okay. So was a passage that's found half a dozen places in the gospels and their scribes that are trying to put it in there. Most of them, of course, pre writing this place. But there is some men troops. Put it at the end of Luke chapter twenty one. Put it elsewhere. So here's a passage that is trying to get into the gospels. And the scribes wanted it in. They just weren't sure exactly where to put it. But this was the most logical place. Now, why would they do such a thing because they believed that this was a true historical story. And consequently, they wanted to to to be in the gospels somewhere it in with the seems that John was dealing with at that point. His style riding hang on, folks. We're gonna continue in just a moment with Dan Wallace. Stick around. The way you get your medicine prescriptions.

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