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"dr frank" Discussed on Strong By Design Podcast

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08:43 min | 9 months ago

"dr frank" Discussed on Strong By Design Podcast

"All of me. And that's the kind of relationship that i want to have with the lord. Thank you so much for listening to the strong bydesign podcast to help our show reach more listeners. Just like you please let us know how we've changed your life by leaving a five star rating and review. Itunes go stronger by design. Podcasts dot com. That's strong by design. Podcasts dot com. Let's get back to the while joe. That was fantastic. What a powerful message from him. Now we're gonna go into an episode. Stealing from god with dr frank turret from cross examined. He's a personal personal favorite of mine. I've been following him for years. Listening to this podcast reading books Talk about a guy with just so much enthusiasm and passion for what he does and He's going to be talking about receiving a gift of god's love he's going to be talking about miracles and about the resurrection itself. And so get. Get ready for frank. Turku has now been on the show a few times because in christianity. Your identity is not how how many facebook or instagram followers you have or how many people snapchat you your identity is not your sexual orientation or your sexual preference or your political party or your race or your ethnic group or your bank. Account your vocation or your school where your family or any of these things your identity you do not achieve you. Don't achieve your identity you receive your identity. John who wrote a lot of the new testament and was an eyewitness of jesus said that god has given us the right to become children of god by receiving what crisis down. So your achievements. don't make you a better christian or put you in a better light with god. God is an infinite being he loves you infinitely already. There's nothing you can do. That will make your love you more or anything you can do. That will make you love you less. You don't achieve your identity you receive your identity. And that's freeing for people who are anxious or feeling anxiety depression because vomit. They're not quite as good as other people. They don't quite look as good as other feeling. Don't have many as many friends as other people. They're not having good time there as much money as other people in christianity none of that ultimately is the issue with the issue is is have you received the gift that christ is provided for you. You can't achieve it you can only receive it. People have trouble believing miracles because they've never seen one right but that's not a good reason to disbelieve in miracles. Because you believe in a lot of things you've never seen right. I mean we believe in the laws of logic. Have you ever seen those now. You're using and right now. You believe in your mind. have you ever seen it. No you're using it right now. You believe in justice. You've never seen justice. You may see justice. Done justice is not physical thing. It's not something you see. It's an immaterial reality at you. Believe in you believe in. George washington right. Never seen him which you believe in him. Why because affects been left behind which are best explained by a cause known as george washington in other words. We reason from effect back to calls. And that's what we do with. God we don't see god directly we reason from affect back to calls and so we see a creation. We must be a creator. The effect is creation causes the creator. We have a moral all written on. Our hearts must be a moral law. Giver the effect is more law. The causes gone we We see design in the universe and designing life. There must be a designer. Were reasoning from effect to cause and if miracles did occur you should expect to see a lot of them why because miracles by definition are rare events that stand out against the backdrop of regular events. We wouldn't we wouldn't be able to know whether somebody speaks for god without miracles. That's how god communicates that somebody speaks for god. Like why are people going to listen to moses because moses can do miracles. Why are people going to listen to ally generalize you because they can do miracles. Why are people going to listen. Jesus and the apostles because they can do miracles in other words of the miracle is the sign that tells people that so and so speaks forgot. That's why if you look in the bible. Miracles aren't occurring all the time like you think they are. They're occurring in in time periods. When there's a new prophet that needs a new confirmation. There's a new message that new miracle. There's a new sermon that needs a new sign. So miracles occur when god is doing them through people around moses elijah elijah and jesus and the those are the three great time periods. We're hills and if miracles occurred routinely all the time a. We wouldn't consider them reckless and be. They wouldn't get our attention to show us that. So-and-so's speaks forgotten. The primary miracle in the in christianity of course is the resurrection. Right right chris. People rose from the dead routinely would the resurrection of christ mean to us. Well gee whiz. I mean if if if john down the street resurrected ben. What's the big deal. That jesus did it two years ago. Yeah you go to somebody. Who jesus rosen. Who gone by trusting him you can. Have you seen forgiven. The guy goes so what uncle. Roy disrobes from today two weeks ago. Now i gotta give the inheritance you know. Now it's gotta be a rare event and so miracles if they occur. Don't occur law. They're rare events that's what a miracle is and in the bible anyway. They're used to confirm a message from. That's now a lot of people. Don't believe in miracles because they think they're incredible. How can we believe in miracles. And how can we believe in the resurrection or joan. Or noah or any of these crazy things that if you were to go on in the old testament and i always ask people. What's the greatest miracle in the bible. And sometimes they'll say joe or noah or the resurrection in actually. That's not true. The greatest miracle in the bible is the first verse in the beginning. God created the earth if that versus true every other versus at least possible. Right i mean god great the whole universe at nothing can resurrect jesus from the dead. Can he do know. And joan part the red sea and make accents float in water and walk on. He can do any of that stuff in great the universe. Nothing will the interesting thing chris. We now even have atheists admitting the data for the first verse of the bible. They're saying that yeah. The universe had a beginning. They try and come up with another explanation other than god. They fail but they try and say someone else did it or something else. Did it usually something else. But the the logic seems inescapable to me space time matter how the beginning than it can't be a natural 'cause it's gotta be something beyond space time matter that brought it into existence and that's what we mean by god so i don't have any problem believing in any miracle in the bible if the first versus true in fact one point. I'd like to make chris is this. That and i know this sounds heretical for people out there who believe the bible's errant as i do but i i put it this way. Christianity is not true because the bible says it's true in other words. Christianity is not true because a series of documents put under binding. We call the bible. Says it's true. In fact christianity would be true if the bible never existed. How can that be because. Christianity did not originate with the book. Christianity originated with event. The resurrection there would be no new testament unless the resurrection kerr. Who is the new testament written by two written by jews. With exception of luke is the only gentile. Why would jews. Who thought they were. God's chosen people inventor resurrected. Jesus die for answer. They wouldn't they already thought there. God's chosen people. The new testament writers did not create the resurrection. The resurrection created the new testament writers. I ask people. Do you realize there were. Thousands of christians before line in the new testament was never written..

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"dr frank" Discussed on Strong By Design Podcast

Strong By Design Podcast

07:32 min | 9 months ago

"dr frank" Discussed on Strong By Design Podcast

"And he talks about having a relationship with god. Hearing from god having a conversation that you know god god's your friend and he somebody that you wanna be in daily conversation with but you know he talks about the struggles of life and those are real. But god's always there for you so get ready for a terrific conversation with mr joe look albo. One of the things that i love to do is to journal and the reason why is satan likes to come in and make you forget all of the things that you're asking god four and all of the confirmations that he's giving you as well so satan can very much he attacks the mind right. He feels her mind with worries. It's totally distracts this. We forget some of the things. That were asking. God for how i like to do it as i like to write down if i have a question for guidance looking for wisdom from from holy spirit. I'll write down the question and i'll wait. I'll give you another example here which is really cool. So when it came to the copywriting agency for example i just. I didn't know if this was just an idea. This was something. I should pursue already have an online fitness business that i i love putting my time and energy into however i felt a prompting as well to start up a copywriting agency and so i wrote in my journal guide. Do you want me to start this. Copywriting agency okay. It was that simple. And i did that in my my little. God time. So to speak ten later i get a phone call from obesity. He knows i'm a copywriter. But he doesn't know anything other than that and he said. He's not in the fitness space. He's not he works in construction and he said you know what joe. I just have this feeling that you are suppose to get other writers you underneath you. Multiply yourself have more of you writing. Other people sales that are so get a team get a team of writers and start growing an agency is the direction that he went with this conversation. And that was the confirmation that i needed from the lord and he does that over and over again i have three journals but i mean they were full and this was like long letter like bullet point questions right and a lot of these long letters that are in there because i have three journals that are basically packed to the you know all the way from head to toe with with just these things about what the lord's doing in my life. Not all of them are questions. A lot of them are also words. That i've received so after writing that question. There's no doubt that my journal is then filled with confirmations of starting this copywriting agency just like it was when i was starting. My fitness business is asking questions in olive receive words when it was hard and i was saying. Is this for me. Am i supposed to be doing this in my going down the right track but my wife and i were living in her mother-in-law's house. We barely have two pennies to rub together. I feel like. I'm failing as a husband on the twenty six year old newlywed and here. We are in this closet size room in a six hundred square foot home in her mother-in-law's house my wife's a mother's house and the lord would answer me by having people in my life far removed that i haven't spoken to in years text me. Hey joe i see what you're doing and you're going down the right path. Keep running toward it things like and i would write those down in my journal so a lot of the things that are in my journal are just confirmations to that a lot of things i write down my journal gis praises of what god is done in. Just looking it while god. This was such a question mark in my life. And i'm and just seeing what he's done and i can look back at every single one of those journal entries. They go all the way back to before. I was married and even praying about my wife. They go all the way back to then to and look at the faithfulness of god and so when the enemy wants to tempt me and make me think that the. I'm i'm in this alone that i'm trying to figure it out alone in that. Good luck joe and try not to mess it up. That there's a god on my side who is for me and he is speaking to me and i just want to be aware of it. There is going to be things that coming to our lives that try and redirect us trying and rerouted springfield in our lives. Even even when we're following the will of god it's still going to be hard. Look at jesus he hit the will of god for the world was to save us so we had to send his son to die on the cross for us. That was god's will and here's jesus his son who has to die on the cross the the most brutal death of all so that his will can be fulfilled. Thankfully none of us have to go to the cross for the sins of the world but in order to achieve our destiny for our lives that he has planned for that. He's set for us before the beginning of time. We're going to go through some sort of struggle and some sort of hardship to get there and please know that it is okay for that to happen. It's okay for there to be struggle A and the worst thing that you can do is take struggle. As god's saying this is not for you or taking always as punishment which. I did something wrong. Sooner god's punishment exac have storms in your life. We did another episode on us. Why godson storms in. You could go through something not very pleasant just so that you can minister to other people later are going through that god can use you to love them and help them through a difficult time. I mean that could be one reason. Something tough happens in your life. It also can build character in you and make you more like jesus to prepare you for the next part of your life. The next part of what. God has planned for you. Maybe you're not ready right now. And he's got big plans for you gotta go through a couple of hardships to prepare you for the next thing. He's always working. So it's we like to think that god is doing so much and maybe other people's lives or some of us may not feel like why like you mentioned earlier. Why are we important. Why would he want to intervene in my life and again it all just comes back to that principle. He's already showed that he wants to be a part of your life when he sent his son. Jesus to die on the cross. He's already made the decision that he loves you. Even before you've come onto planet earth okay before you came out of your mother's womb. He's already decided that he wants to have a relationship with you. The question is do you wanna have relationship with him and not just a a. You know jesus i accept Into my life is my savior but do you want to have a relationship that goes beyond that. Do wanna experience.

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"dr frank" Discussed on Strong By Design Podcast

Strong By Design Podcast

06:58 min | 9 months ago

"dr frank" Discussed on Strong By Design Podcast

"This is coach. Chris wilson. i'm hosting this very special episodes. Something a little different if you're new to our show then you're in for real tree and if you are a return listener this is something that We have not done before. We're actually grabbing some of our best episodes and giving you what we feel are some of the strongest most compelling conversations that we've had this one is obviously faith-based and we just couldn't be happier with you know we've had so many terrific guests over the years These are just three of some of the amazing conversations that we've had and so i'm excited just to get right to it and give you just the best of what these episodes had to offer. The first episode is step into the fear. Greatness awaits featuring erwin mcmanus who is a pastor of mosaic church out west and A wonderful man. Such a big hartford. God for having a relationship with jesus his points in this Are absolutely fantastic. And they'll stick with you for a while. He talks about choosing the see the beauty around you stepping into your greatness in your calling Finding hope in every day and so it's just mindset shifts And in it's just fantastic and Just love this man's heart so you're in for a real treat with erwin mcmanus. Believe in but they're they've been so depressive every shortly negative story it could be a negative story the press negative story from social media negative story from their life so i called him out on it every time i go okay look at you just want to right to a negative store sites every donor unless something positive and you tell me a positive story. We're gonna talk about something that's happening in the world that's going and within three or four minutes they'll move to a negative soil realizes your brains lazy and endure simultaneous. Your brain is lazy and it always moves to its lowest level of thinking. And so you have. These rain runs and you have to get out of these rights by creating new pathways. And if everyday you'll find something beautiful in your life everyday you'll find something extraordinary. You'll find something that's positive everyday. You'll you'll tell a story to yourself to others of the good in the world you'll retrain your brain your you bring. You're not allowed to be lazy and spend time in the dark spaces. You always have to move toward the light and those are just some things that i would encourage people to jail. It's gotta be conscious a conscious decision and effort to do this because in your book you say to sixty thousand thoughts per day in eighty percent of those are naturally negative thoughts running it through. We have to make an effort absolutely. And i made a decision and this was probably before actually came into changing relationship with jesus anyone who knows what you will notice that my life is completely affected. Impacted bite the person of jesus and but but before i actually came to faith I had to struggle with depression in the sense of despair in my soul. And they don't know if. I would survive long enough to come to jesus and if i had bottle of techniques and one of the things that i did a fourteen to fate is. I told myself i realized i. My whole story is four five negative stories. My entire identity is remembering four or five negative experiences over and over and over again. and so i- refrained my looking for four or five positive exchanges in my past and i actually begin to rebuild my own personal identity. The second thing i did. Is i train myself to look for beauty every day. And it's funny now in my mind that my daughter's twenty eight mariah my son's thirteen to hearing and they'll back yesterday. My god was joking. About how i i had this compulsion for pointing out all. It's time to everyone and it's because when you're depressed you are blind to the beautiful and when you see beauty you become none to. Depression is the brush just disappear and so i began when i was young to identify beauty. All around me. And i think it's part of life ended up turning into artist is just saw beauty everywhere and i wanted to be part of that creative process. It's actually the people's things shoes the memories that you build dragged entity on and choose what you see every day make sure you see beauty all around you and then this whole christian. I don't know how many people who are christians that listen to you but drives me crazy. I didn't grow up in faith. I think wherever the church. So much of christian thinking is so paralyzing numbing when you if you think god's will for your life is proven by the lack of pain ines struggle and suffering. You'd miss the whole point. Saitoti trouble in this life. We're guaranteed that. And even if it's god's green for your life got call for your life god's destiny whatever language you want. It doesn't mean that that calling. An dream doesn't call without a cost. Guide doesn't eliminate the cost of sacrificing necessary to accomplish what he created you to do. You create you to step into that pain and rise above. It never found competitiveness as good material for being arrogant because just competitive doesn't mean you're in a but by christians do attributed to the lack of humility and and to me we. We confuse humility with lack of responsibility. And you need take ownership or whatever given gifts and talents intelligence guy is giving you. That's not arrogance or humility. that's just responsibility. And i think that the conversation about competition is a very unique. One i am. I'm super competitive. But not against people dependent against myself. And i and i love to compete against people who are better than me. Because that's the only time you really competing and so always find any arena where i can find someone better than me and and i always accept. I tell me you're gonna lose for a while. it's the only way to get. It's the only way to get better than that.

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"dr frank" Discussed on Strong By Design Podcast

Strong By Design Podcast

06:52 min | 10 months ago

"dr frank" Discussed on Strong By Design Podcast

"To watch. And or favorite sport to play whether that's the same or different Probably football to watch. Okay get joel. Playing football now passes i do my son and i do that all the time but yeah now all i do is run so i i. You know when you hit sixty. You can't be playing. Football runs impact. I'm terrible golf. I like playing it good. So let's get well. Hey getting out there. It's funny because i was just laughing with mike and i the founder critical bench. My boss and dear friend we love to go and just run patterns or through the football to each other and you always end up with some little stupid strength. Muscle strain or injury. You know. i'm i'm in my mid forties so you know i'm getting up there and it's the body just doesn't respond quite the same way you can only Yeah no no joking. No ins and outs every runs. Straight up skirt right. Yeah and maybe even use a nerf football just so hurt. My finger What books should our listeners. Start reading in your opinion whether it's one of your own or one of the many amazing authors you've had on your show my own depends on what you want to be. Ads has been a book. That's done very well. People have seen the progression of christianity. As to why it's true from the ground up The other book that i think is very helpful. Today's culture would be tactics by my friend. Great kogo that's a book they ought to get and how to how to have conversations with people asking questions like the questions. I just mentioned Those are great books You can't not recommend christianity by cs. Lewis and think that's a fabulous book. Those are some books that i think very helpful today. There's a new book by john kimball which is very good particularly for people that struggle with some of the stuff in the old testament. It's called how not to read the bible. That's a brand new. Just six eight months. Old as good for paul copan. Got a moral monster. Those are those are good books for the kind of questions people ask today. Yeah no dow and all of these terrific people have been on on your podcast from many of them numerous times so again it can't it can't recommend enough to go listen with To frank who i would say about fifty percent of his show content is him just him a donna. On talking point and about the other half is having a guest with maybe a new book or Or some type of scholar and they go deep on topic. So it's just terrific. Go to cross. Examine dot org And the show is. I don't have enough faith to be an atheist. I do have one more Question here best. Podcasts besides yours for christian apologetic that you recommend while well i'll give a few I listen to great kogel standards and podcast and then William lane craig. Reasonable faith a genius wallace. My friend has a good one. I just discovered a new one. That just started listening to. It's called it's from guy down under by name of john. Dixon is called on deceptions. Which is very good. I don't know if you've heard of that one. Let me see what else in my podcast list progressive. Christianity of at least children's. She's actually on our team teaching team. Here what else ours is. I don't have enough faith to be an atheist as you know reasonable. Faith is william lane. Craig those are the big ones that i mentioned. Of course the unbelievable podcast if you know justin brierley debate show originates in the uk. Very good. yeah you had him out. I guess a few months back and he was he was terrific. I i have to go look him up. Yeah he's got great great great conversations between people and then i think the preacher that integrates apologetic kind of the best more than any others. Tim keller now he's retired now but his his. He's got a gospel in life. Podcast his servants. He he of seamlessly integrates apologetic into his sermons. And so i like a lot of what. Tim keller don't agree with everything to says but most of the stuff i agree with. And he's he's very good in that regard so those are the ones i tend to listen. That's excellent well. It's been an absolute pleasure again. Listeners go to cross examine dot org and you can find just about everything that frank is involved with or putting out there. i mean. That's probably the hub right for just about anything. Whether it's podcasts. Or books or horses. I mean you have so much there. Cross examined dot org and our youtube channel two. Two words cross-examined has a lot of videos by in fact for some of the stuff we talked about today you can. We do a livestream normally every thursday night and a couple of days ago. We did questions to ask your woke a boss so you could check out questions to ask your woke boss and the youtube is so great because you get these nice short videos that are any three four five minutes in length and they really hit on a lot of these topics that are so so trending right now so in our faces right now and and help equip people with responses and get to hear your answers to real questions from kids on college campuses and stuff so it's it's very beneficial so definitely. Just look frank up wherever you want consume some of his stuff. Frank couric t. u. r. e. k. or cross examined. And thank you so much for making time to be unstrung bydesign again. It's been an absolute pleasure. Thanks chris thank you so much for listening to the strong design. Podcast if you found value in today's episode please subscribe so that more people can find out about our show. Plus you don't wanna miss any future episodes the amazing guests and topics we have lined up for you..

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"dr frank" Discussed on Strong By Design Podcast

Strong By Design Podcast

08:34 min | 10 months ago

"dr frank" Discussed on Strong By Design Podcast

"What the differences are if you read. I corinthians thirteen which everybody does read it their wedding but nobody seems to obey turn. You realize that. When paul talks about love is kind. Love is patient. Love is not easily angered love is rejoices. In the truth. Love always protects. These are not feelings. They are actions. Love seeks the best for the loved. One that's what love is so love is not a feeling love may be associated with feelings but feelings come and go and see lewis makes this point. He says that When two people get up on the altar to get married when they vowed to love one another till death do them part. they're not value to feel the same way for the next fifty years. You can't vow feeling you can't vow never gonna get hungry right. You can't vowel. I'm never going to be annoyed. You can't vow those things all you can. vowel is. How you're going to behave that you're going to behave. In a way that seeks the good of the other person so love is not a feeling. Love is actually an action as you can't vow feelings and the problem is today people will say. Follow your heart. Well the problem is your heart is deceitful. Wicked your heart wants things that if you always follow your heart would kill you right you. All freedom requires restraint. It's drive to florida. The freedom to drive to florida requires me to obey the restraints on the road. If i start going off the road or out on the other side of the road. Or i'm not gonna make it to florida safely. If i want to have the freedom of having an intact family. I have to restrain myself from running along with the first attractive woman that i see right outside of my wife right if i would have freedom to have good health. I have to restrain myself from eating everything in anything whenever i want. All freedom requires restraint and people seem to forget that they think that freedom means freedom from restraint. No freedom to do certain things requires you to have to restrain yourself. Certain areas and love is the same way. If you truly love someone you have to restrain yourself from your own selfish desires. We don't want follow our hearts who want to follow god's heart that's why the proverb says guard your heart because everything you do flows from. That's proverbs four twenty three one of the most important verses in the bible if you follow your heart. You're going to be dead pretty quickly. But if you follow your heart and follow god's heart that will lead to flourishing. Yeah and i think there's a lot of confusion there for people that need to spend a little bit of extra time considering that How often in life have you done exactly what you wanted to do without any kind of Accountability let's say. And how well did that work out for you often oftentimes. It doesn't go quite as planned or just isn't quite the experience we were hoping for. He said chris for any kind of any kind of success in life. Quite a lot of restraints going to be necessary. Yeah it's true. There's no doubt about it if you look. I mean if you look at any any successful You know coach or mentor speaker You know anybody. That's trying to help you win the day so to speak or with time management and prioritization. You get freedom through structure freedom through structure when you have a plan and you stick to it and you follow it. That's not just doing whatever you want you have to have those guardrails up and That's what keeps you on the path that the the narrow path In your opinion. Frank based on what we've been speaking about today. What can christians and non christians begin doing to better handle themselves around the very loud often angry and unloving cancel culture like what what are some takeaways that that someone listening today how they can better handle themselves. Maybe when confronted with someone kind of on the other side with the the the different mindset. I think as i mentioned earlier. It's it's about asking questions. Do you consider yourself a tolerant person. Would it be right for me to force you to violate your conscience. Why do you think affirming somebody in their gender dysphoric is helpful to them. Why do you think that's the case. Are you aware that people that get gender. Reassignment surgery have a suicide rate nineteen times higher than the general public. How would you best help somebody. Who was suffering from anorexia. Would you give them surgery or did you try and treat their mind problem rather than their body problem. You don't treat psychiatric problems with surgery. You treat psychiatric problems with psychiatry. You might also ask this question if you loved me and you thought that i was going down the wrong road would you tell me. Would you love me enough to tell me. That's all trying to do for you. Okay i'm just trying to recognize the guardrails that are out there and he. It seems like you wanna blow through the guardrails. You see people seem to think that. God's reality is somehow stifling on them and his moral commands are somehow preventing them from happiness. No his moral commands are like guardrails. They're trying to prevent you from going down the wrong road to hurt yourself and others for example when you buy a car it comes with a manual writing the manual. The manual is going to say. Okay do these things but don't do these things you know if you wanna maintain the car well and you don't want to hurt yourself for the car. Do we get mad. Say ford or hyundai. Whoever car you buy we get mad at the manual writers for telling us what not to do. No we go. Hey thanks man. I will do that. Why do we get mad. God when he tells us the same thing. Hey do these things to flourish. Don't do these things. We're getting mad. Got no i wanna do those things the free wall to do them. But i'm here to tell you that it's dangerous. Don't go down that road and if you truly love somebody just like you love your kids. You're gonna say hey. Don't go down that road that's great. I appreciate that. I i really want people to walk away from this episode With some some real actionable things that they can do Ways of interacting with their friends with their family members would their coworkers when In these situations that's why i'm an avid listener of francs podcast. Because he's always providing these great nuggets of information and just ways to handle these difficult conversations And to be more loving and to be respectful to be a good listener and all of these things and really christ lake i think ultimately the more we can be like jesus the better we are going to be in all areas of our life This is the fun part Frank i i want to fire some quick questions that you just some some of these kind of off the topic ones just to get to know you better and for audience to know you a little bit better What book in. The bible is your personal favorite. And i know romans one of your favorites but is it. Romans romans question cozy. It's it's tight argument as to the purpose and theological truth of christianity. So yeah i'd say romans. Yeah i mean i i know that just because i know you recently did a the choir you might. Are you still doing that. Coarser is that all had just finished. There's a bunch of courses in cross examined dot org self paced course you anytime the premium course where we knew as zoom sessions. Just finished that one. But we'll be offering that again. I remember reading. Yeah romans from start to finish Probably about a year ago. And i really blew me away When when i read it from start. And how much correlated with a life.

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"dr frank" Discussed on Strong By Design Podcast

Strong By Design Podcast

07:34 min | 10 months ago

"dr frank" Discussed on Strong By Design Podcast

"Say that god's knowledge is higher than our knowledge which is true. That is true. But that's not what this passage is is is teaching if you look at the entire context. This passage is teaching. The god's moral ways are higher than our immoral ways and god's righteous ways are higher than our other righteous ways and how much higher higher than the heavens are above the earth. So when you consider the heavens how much higher are the have then the earth will. Here's here's a way of thinking about this. The number of stars in the universe are about equivalent to the number of sand grains on all the beaches on all the earth times one hundred thousand in other words. The number of stars in the universe according to scientists are god equivalent to the number of sand grains one hundred thousand earth's and you might say well how far apart are stars those stars just in our galaxy are part of average distance between them is thirty trillion miles now thirty miles. If you if you wanted to travel thirty trillion miles in this fe shuttle which one it was orbiting the earth would go about five miles per second it would take you over two hundred thousand years to go thirty trillion miles in other words to go from one store in our galaxy to another star in our galaxy and average distance away thirty trillion miles and five miles. A second will take you over two hundred thousand years. That's just between two stars out of stars equivalent to sand grains on one hundred thousand nurse. And what god is saying that. My morality is higher than the heavens are above the earth. And so here we are trying to make up our own moralities trying to say well. This is right and this is wrong when first of all we don't have a standard and objective standard unless god exists and god's objective standard is vert is infinitely higher than ours so that should give us pause to say that we have. This new ideology here called lgbtq or even some christian ideologies are are weak and infinitely infantile compared to the infinite morality of god and what people seem also not to recognize. Chris is the fact that without god there is no objective right and wrong. There are no rights. There there's not only no right to life. There's no right to abortion. There's no right to same sex marriage to natural marriage. There's no right to any so-called gay rights. there's no human rights rights anywhere unless god exists. Now you need to ask yourself okay. What has god said on these issues. Because if there's no god everything's just a matter of opinion. It would just be your opinion against say hitler's opinion. If there's no god standard humanity less god exists. Human rights don't exist and so when people try and come up with a new morality and they tried say you need to obey. I'm gonna ask them. What standard have by. Which you're saying. This is the new morality and we all are obligated to obey. They don't have an answer because there isn't an answer unless god exists. What is about say. Certainly he doesn't say there. Are you know seventy five genders or whatever is invoked. Now certainly he says there's god made men and women. God made the male and female and he said marriages between a man and woman. He said that we ought not murder. And what's in a moment is a human being that we not kill me. This is god's morality not mine. I didn't make it up. It's not yours not chris. Wilson's moralities not. Turks might just be morality and the problem is we might not like it. But that's just the way it is. Well said i think i think some people had their mind blowing there with the universe Talk if they don't ever watch how how the one of the shows. That's on television all the time. How the universe works with micro as the narrator always sucks me in because i'm always absolutely Astonished by the size. But when i when. I think of that I can't help but think to god because i think people like to try and separate the two things like oh sciences. This and then. God's over here but i think a lot of people in history have squashed that in fact some of the greatest scientists and greatest thinkers all time were christian lives were converted realize that this is an orderly universe ask because kepler put sciences. Just thinking god starts after him. He created this universe he created cause and effect he created the natural laws that govern this universe and without god we wouldn't even have cause and effect first of all nothing would exist but secondly would be no orderly cause and effect. We wouldn't universal. Wouldn't be fine tuned universe so in order for even science to to exist you have to have an orderly universe you have to have precisely define natural laws you have to have cause and effect. None of those things would exist without god so science actually needs god in order to work. Scientists to search for costs well search for causes presupposes cause and effect. The search for causes presupposes an orderly universe search for causes presupposes. We have a mind that can look at the world around us and come to conclusions about cause and effect all those things seem to require a mind itself i e dot yes and what you often say is what makes more sense that mind created matter or matter created. Mind think that's the ultimate question. Yeah and it seems like mine created matter because the beginning and matter by itself doesn't have intelligence mine has intelligence mind brought matter into existence every every worldview can be boiled down to that question. Where where did everything originate. And why is it. Operating the way operates did matter give rise to minder did mind give rise to matter gave rise to matter what all the evidence points did. Thank you so much for listening to the strong bydesign podcast to help our show reach more listeners. Just like you please let us know how we've changed your life by leaving a five star rating and review on. I tunes go strong by design. Podcasts dot com. That's strong design podcasts. dot com. let's get back to the show. Let's switch gears quickly. You had mentioned The word agape love and you were referencing. The wadia mean Youtube channel With john mccrea which is so good and insightful. Could you go over what the difference is compared to just feeling love for someone and what this bigger this expression gop love and why that.

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"dr frank" Discussed on Strong By Design Podcast

Strong By Design Podcast

06:34 min | 10 months ago

"dr frank" Discussed on Strong By Design Podcast

"So much for listening to the strong by design podcast. And if you're enjoying today show please share this episode with at least one friend or family member who will benefit from this message and please subscribe so you don't miss any future episodes go strong bydesign. Podcast dot com. That's strong by design. Podcast dot com. Let's get back to the show. You had mentioned in in that podcasts. That were really basing this conversation on to find unity in diversity and not the other way around. Can you elaborate a little bit on that for our audience. Sure for any community. There has to be unity. In other words you have to have shared principles that you agree on our strength as a nation or as a church as a company or any organization is not diversity. It's unity now. There is good diversity like for example having a different talents just like the church in the church. People have different gifts. That's a good thing because not everybody's good at everything. But that's diversity that makes a difference diversity sexual preference or even diversity among skin color doesn't necessarily help anybody when it comes to A team goal or unity around a goal right you have to have diversity of talent but diversity of skin color which has nothing to do with your behavior or diversity of your sexual preference doesn't necessarily help eighteen. What helps the team or helps. The community helps. Orgnization is to have diversity of talent not diversity of these other characteristics which don't impact the goal. this is. why. I i wrote an article number of years ago called sex at work it had to do with the fact that i was fired from cisco and bank of america because i wrote that book correct politically correct as same. Sex marriage hurts everyone. This is a book. I never brought up those jobs. But they fired me because in the name of inclusion tolerance and diversity for because i had a diverse view the day wouldn't tolerate and they escorted me for it right. I mean it was completely against whether they allegedly said they were for inclusion tolerance diversity. I asked the question sex at work. Why are we talking about this work. Are we supposed to have sex of work. No so why are you emphasizing a private behavior in a public forum in at work because who we sleep with or who we desire sexually should not have an impact on what do in the workplace yet. Corporate america seems obsessed with talking about sex at work and and my question is why as long as we treat everybody with respect regardless of what they wanna do sexually regardless of what their so called sexual orientation is as long as we treat them on the job as human beings made in the of god. Why should why should the corporate america try and force us to accept a particular sexual preference or sexual behavior. If we're treating everybody with respect on the job they shouldn't yet they're obsessed with it and this is the of diversity by the way that doesn't lead to unity. it shouldn't have any impact on unity. The kind of diversity that helps us achieve unity and achieve the goals we want to achieve in the workplace are the kinds of diverse talents. That we need not the cutting diverse sexual preferences. We have the diverse skin college. We have no impact on your your has nothing to do with it. It should always be talent and skill position. That's that's that's earned through work through diligence performance Like who you voted for Or any of these other things not an issue. Yeah i if companies say and this is the thing i brought out in that column sex at work by the way do not google that goes go to our website crossing salmon dot org and put it in the search bar. Try google sex at work. You don't know where you're gonna wind up right. Find the article on our website cross examined dot org because really discussing sex at work. Seems to be completely counter-productive and to have the company say you have to agree with certain sexual behaviors is not only irrelevant to work. It's a violation of people's consciences to say you have to agree that certain sex controversial sexual behaviors. Good when in fact you may not think so. Because jesus didn't think so more natural law says they're they're not proper sexual behaviors. So they're trying to impose moral position on controversial issues in the workplace when it really should have no impact whether or not you can work there absolutely correct. god's morality is beyond our comprehension as the bible indicates in numerous passages. You often reveal. God's awesomeness on your show in several pass podcasts by referencing the universe by looking up at the stars and i love this stuff. I love Thinking big and looking up and talking with my son about the size of the universe and the distance between stars and all of that. How can we even begin to understand god's higher morality authority over hours relative to the size of our universe. Could you go down that road a little bit because you do such a great job on your show talking about this. We talked about that in a couple of podcasts. Canceling cancel culture but when we spent more time on it is a podcast called. Your god is too small. And that's the i don't have enough faith to be an atheist podcast so if you search. Don't have enough faith to be an atheist. Look for your. God is too small but a summary of that. You can find in isaiah chapter fifty five. It's a verse that we many christians have quoted. It goes like this paraphrasing it but my ways your ways nor my thoughts your thoughts for as high as the heavens are above the earth so my my ways higher than you were ways and mike tire than your thoughts. Right and typically christians have quoted this to.

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"dr frank" Discussed on Strong By Design Podcast

Strong By Design Podcast

07:42 min | 10 months ago

"dr frank" Discussed on Strong By Design Podcast

"As no question about that i i i find that a lot of people nowadays are just avoiding conversations altogether because they don't want the fire they don't want to feel like every time they want to communicate with someone. Maybe where there might be a disagreement or not seeing things the same way that it's gonna go south well that's why i think. Sometimes you got preface conversation with questions so if somebody asks cute suppose they ask you. What are your personal pronouns or something and you and you don't want to buy into that world view one question you can ask you is. do you. Consider yourself a tolerant person. Why do you ask that question because the other person is probably going to say yes and then you can say great because five opinion different than yours. You'll tolerated then right okay. So when you say. Look i have a personal pronoun a male so i i don't buy into the idea that you have personal pronouns. You call men men and women women right. They have to tolerate that. If they claim to be tolerant person. So i think you can. You can ask questions rather than making statements. You consider yourself a person. Would they say no. You're you're you're right and and the best the best person to ever do. It was jesus himself he would question he would question he would return His answer questions would be questions. It's hard to say. I couldn't quite get it out myself. But he was so good at it because it forces insight if forces Perspective forces reflection enforces a deeper understanding. Of what it is that you're speaking with someone. And if forces you to you know have have an opinion and to be able to explain yourself and your position on things and this time nowadays people just. I kind of seemed to go with the wind. They don't seem to have anything foundation to rest their belief system on. I think that's why asking questions can be very effective when you run into these issues like for example going back to the transgender issue. The personal pronoun issue. Also say this. Do you think it's right for me to try to force you to disobey your conscience. The other person can have to say well of course not. It's not it wouldn't be right for you to force me to disobey my conscience. Then you can say well pleased try and force me to disobey mine that because that's what you're doing when you're saying i have to see things certain way i have to do things a certain way. Cording to what you say your. You are in effect of violating my conscience. Just like i would be violating yours. If i requested you to do something that you felt or you thought was against your conscience. Yes no very very well said and and i think any listener right now can certainly understand that. We all There's i it it just when you hear truth when you hear things like this said they just seem so much more sensible and reasonable than the alternative and we've been fed the alternative for what seems like years now better part of ten or more years and it's it's kind of like this slow They they gain an inch every two weeks or months or years and i. It's kind of like the slow death. It starts off small and it's okay. I can accept that i can deal with that. I can life go on but over the course of time with these little bites than these little changes. He's little acceptable Things that go against our our truth or what our conscience tells us things can spiral out of control difficult. It may be difficult to change the culture it is. It's a big ship but while we might not be able to change the culture very much we can certainly prevent the culture from changing us and so we need to stand for the truth because our allegiances is to god not to the latest cultural fad and secondly the way you love people is to tell them the truth you don't love people by affirming them in error in for example. I know there are people. That struggle with transgenders are gender dysphoric. We might say we don't want to minimize their struggle yet. We don't help them. By firming their mismatch between their psychology and their biology an analogy will help. You might ask somebody who is for transgender ideology to say. How would you help somebody who was suffering from anorexia because that person has a mismatch between their mind and their body. You certainly wouldn't say you know you're correct. You're dangerously overweight. When in fact they're dangerously underweight. You wouldn't say. Let me give you an operation. Let me give you liposuction. That person would need liposuction. That person would need psychiatry and and medicine and food to help them recover yet. Why do we think that affirming somebody in their mind. When their mind disagrees with their body were helping them. Do you know that people that actually have so called gender. Reassignment surgery have a suicide rate in one thousand nine times higher than the general public nineteen times higher. How do we think it's good. How do we think we're helping them by affirming them to go down that road to go down that particular road which has been shown to be a very dangerous. We're not helping them by furry. Met just like we wouldn't help anorexic by affirming that they get liposuction. So if we're truly going to help people we have to tell them the truth now. We obviously need to be kind. We need to be sensitive when we tell them that. Truth but affirming. An error is never the right way. No you're absolutely right. And i like. I usually refer to the It's not loving because this all comes down to this right. It's it's there's a lot of things the relationship between a parent and a child that You know that the child doesn't really understand but they're not in a position to understand that parent isn't going to allow a child to do anything that they want to Or say anything they want to or it it's up to the parent to be able to Help the child make smart decisions and to be as loving them as possible and not wanting them to hurt themselves and protect them and keep them safe when we do that when we stand in the way of things as as as christian man Sometimes it's you know we're going to get some blowback. We're going to get some response from from the other side. That feels like we're hating on them but really what we're trying to do. And maybe we don't do it in the right way but we're we're we're really just trying to bring things back to the truth and me pull out the truth. You don't help them by affirming the air that they believe our team would like to.

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Squalene, Squalane, What's the Story?

Allure: The Science of Beauty

02:17 min | 1 year ago

Squalene, Squalane, What's the Story?

"As you can probably tell square lane has had a little bit of an identity crisis so let's start by setting the record straight squad lane and square lane are one in the same potato potato tomato tomato squad lane scaling as long as your pronunciation of choice ends with lane. You're talking about the same skincare ingredient. Now here's where things get convoluted that's because lane has what you can think of as a fraternal twin. Lean since this is a podcast will spell it out for you. That's s. q. U. a. l. e. n. e. square lean is naturally produced by the subconscious glands in our bodies along with triglycerides fatty acids and wax esters components of cba which helps hydrate and keep our skin barrier intact. Oh and by the way if you're not sure what a skin barrier is check out our episode on ceremonies anyway. Your body's production of squalene remember. That's with an e starts to slow down significantly after age thirty. That means your skin is less lubricated aka traded which can lead to dryness dullness in the appearance of wrinkling. So just slather on topical squalene. Right problem solved so fast. Here's dermatologist. Paul jared frank square. Lean is a great natural. Oil lipid found in the skin. But it's not always so useful in skin care products. Of course we want natural ingredients put into skin care products to help maintain the balance and moisture but the logistical storage and penetration factors of these natural substance is always so simple thus the invention of square lane with an a square lean and square lane are molecular quite similar and offer the same benefits but as dr frank alluded to square lane penetrates. The skin bar more easily and square lane is also much more chemically stable. Meaning it won't degrade when exposed to air or when used in skin care

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Which COVID-19 vaccine should you choose?

News, Traffic and Weather

00:57 sec | 1 year ago

Which COVID-19 vaccine should you choose?

"If they should choose one over another. Infectious disease expert, Dr Frank Esper says all the shots regardless of brand or type are effective if you could get the vaccine, The best thing to do is give that vaccine when it's your turn. Be ready. On and absolutely don't wait for, uh, you know, I want vaccine A if your offered vaccine be take vaccine be, um It works great. They all worked very well. Dr Esper says Do not wait. If you have the opportunity to get a covert 19 vaccine as it will bring us closer to herd immunity. You know, we still don't know exactly where that herd immunity is. It's somewhere between 50 to 80% onboard. They all help us reach that magic number. But the you know there's there's no reason again. Why should take one versus the other? If you go if you want

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Vaccines limiting COVID-19 spread among Washington’s older population

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Vaccines limiting COVID-19 spread among Washington’s older population

"State of Washington chose to vaccinate its most elderly population first, and there's been an obvious payoff. Is Dr Frank of Alaska was who is the chief health officer officer in Spokane County. Please stay steady. Will continue to go well, if you were elderly people are testing positive for covert, which he says is great news, considering older Americans are more likely to have the most serious illness after contracting the virus. For example, he told Kxl why in Spokane during the first week of March that county on Lee 18 of its new covert cases for the week, we're in adults over the age of 70. So far, more than two million people have been vaccinated against Cove it here in Washington. The state Health Department confirms another 665 cases of the virus, along with 14 more deaths in the past, 24

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"dr frank" Discussed on Healthcare Business Secrets

Healthcare Business Secrets

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"dr frank" Discussed on Healthcare Business Secrets

"On the show with now. Audience connect with you. Dr franklin dot com d. r. frank lippmann dot com perfect tweet. I think stopped the franklin dot com on facebook why he'd states Eh and reduce instagram to other health. Coach desma the instagram Yeah dr franklin dot com a free newsletter but a lot of good information mop blogs yacht toys is generally good stuff amazing. I'll make sure that's in the show notes. Thank you so much you take. Okay thanks jim. Thank you for listening to the show. If you liked episode police hit subscribe and leave us a review of really appreciate it as it helps us get out episodes out to more people just like you. Who want to know how to increase their revenue impact more people and businesses that were for the lifestyle may want now. I know your time is valuable..

How Dr. Paul Jarrod Frank is Changing the Conversation on Aging

Fat Mascara

05:21 min | 1 year ago

How Dr. Paul Jarrod Frank is Changing the Conversation on Aging

"Hello, everybody. Welcome to fatness Garra I. Am Jess. I'm Jen. It's a Thursday double episode in the we liken this rhythm and it seems like you guys might be into it too. I think. So anyway, I we actually recorded this a little bit early, the interview and the intro. As you listen to this on Thursday I'm going to be in the middle of nowhere camping with my husband's just think of me think protective. No mosquito thoughts, I know my summer vacation right now bringing to protect yourself. I have. I haven't oil-based repellent also have the off spray with the DA and we we are trialing a tent. We have our regular ten, but this company let us try to attend that goes on top of the car. So I won't be sleeping on ground level right now while you're listening to this, I'm up in the air somewhere on top of my jeep in the middle of Maine. Hopefully, not getting bit by mosquitoes. How's that? For Beauty Pike? Wait to see you're going GonNa, take photos, of course, right of this tenth that goes on top of the car. Yeah. I can't remember the name of what it is. But like I'm kind of excited and we figured it was a safe mine has been safe. They're letting people in from New York. We're bringing our masks were camping by ourselves. So we can enjoy the outdoors safely, and that's like a good way to get away for just a little bit and like you know refresh don't roll off the car nervous. Very. Nervous thing back next week. Next week. We'll talk about it, but now we have a big juicy interview. Okay. Let's do now. I love Dr Paul Frank. He's amazing. He for full disclosure a good friend. He's a great friend, but he is also one of my most trusted dermatological sources. This guy knows every technology before everyone else I mean, I'm not. I'm being Harper, bollock because like I really think he's the best, but he really is like my go-to hotline to what's coming down the pipeline, what you know what the hot trends are. He just got his finger on the pulse and I'm so excited to bring him back for a second time. He is one of our only two time guests. We had him about three years ago to talk about all things like. noninvasive light Oh and we want to talk about his new book. Now, it's called the pro aging playbook Dr Frank is he works with lots of celebrities, and he's to discreet to name all of them and he also consulted lots of different big brands and not only is he fabulous? He is a board certified dermatologist though, but he's also clinical assistant professor at the icon. It can. Oh, God, Dr Frank Don't Kill Me School of. Medicine. At Mount, Sinai welcome Dr Frank. Dr Frank. You are one of the busiest Durham's out there. You've got a lot of celebrity clients. You've got a very big practice. You're always doing TV appearances. You you're a very big on TIKTOK. We know this. Okay. You're not doing your take type performances. Why did you decide that you needed to write another book I? mean, that's big. Endeavor. Temporary Insanity. I coned wrote a book nineteen years ago when there were these new things that were experimental called. In. Stiller. And after the work out like okay. And I check off the box to do that again. But I wrote a second book because the had an idea to go against the grain a little bit and write about something that people would expect the lease from a beauty book and certainly one from Cosmetic Dermatology book, and that is hopefully with pro aging playbook is all about. All. Right. So I WANNA to talk about the title, the title when you told me the title I kind of like like I I, got like a like you definitely caught me off guard, but the title pro aging playbook because there's been a lot of discussion about the term Teijin. The past couple of years, we had Michelle Leon, the editor in chief of allure about a year and a half ago, and she put a huge stake in the ground. By saying, we are banning the term anti-aging. She wants to ditch entirely in the background, a lot of press, and you're going a step further. Further and you're saying pro aging. What does pro aging mean while it? Basically a backlash to the negative stigma that generations of people have had toward agent and I think a lot of it is just one big marketing ploy, the term anti-aging. The fact that aging is a bad thing and we have to inject laser moisturizers. Serum is extra dies Diet, get back to a younger state and to me the biggest events I've seen in my field is not injectables. Lasers is in the outlook in perspective we have towards beauty now, which I think is a very positive thing and it can be empowering. Up The audience out there, that has not gotten over the stigma. That is what I'm trying to achieve in the pro aging label and one that I don't think you'd expect from someone like, Ray.

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"dr frank" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"dr frank" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"The power of killer T. cells to attack and kill the cancer all right there right there that is some good stuff I've almost got Dr Frank is the CEO and president of PDF files there stopped asked either website about comp more about this everybody really cheer you know it's been a few months since we last spoke my wife and I've been enjoying the retirement life we've done a little bit of traveling spent time in the grandkids and I managed to check off a few projects on my list but I want to tell you that I've missed my viewers and listeners a lot you guys are like family to me which is why I jumped at the chance to talk to you and biz TV asked me if I would address the concerns related to cold wind nineteen you can't turn on the news about wall to wall coverage of the virus and depending on who you believe this could be the worst virus since the Spanish flu of nineteen eighteen or maybe it's much ado about nothing but I want to encourage you to exercise caution please at our age we are most vulnerable to the worst symptoms of the virus that's why the CDC recommends that you limit your travel to only necessary trips for the next few weeks when you hear the term social distancing that simply means keep about six feet between you and the people you're visiting with might be a good thing hi you've heard the old saying this too shall pass my friends it's true our generation has seen a lot and lived to tell our grandchildren all about it Golden nineteen will indeed pass and we will get back to taking amazing trips and spending time with her family finally you know this markets go up and down over time they go up so take a deep breath this too shall pass love you guys and I look forward to catching up soon is.

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"dr frank" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

03:52 min | 2 years ago

"dr frank" Discussed on WJR 760

"Pending Dr Frank McGeorge of the Henry Ford health system tells Paul W. the response to corona virus is not overblown well I can't give anything we have a responsibility to basically warn people of what is coming if if we didn't warn people of what is coming and then it arrives to the degree that arrived in Las Vegas you know Italy or you know South Korea or Iran I think we would be doing the public a great disservice because they would be completely unprepared Dr McGeorge says in his opinion that these effective precautions were trying to take will buy us time until a vaccine or a treatment is available coronavirus response has reached a higher level president trump suspending travel to and from Europe for the next thirty days the president announcing those strict travel restrictions from Europe in his address last night to keep new cases from entering our shores we will be suspending all travel from Europe to the United States for the next thirty days the new rules will go into affect Friday at midnight these restrictions will be adjusted subject to conditions on the ground there will be exemptions for Americans who have undergone appropriate screenings these restrictions according to homeland security do not apply to American citizens who have been screened for to travel to and from the UK airlines are scrambling to comply with these new rules the president says the actions we take now will help slow the spread later Italy is adding new restrictions to their lockdown reporter Melissa bell says expects supermarkets and pharmacies to be busy but that's all grown practically deserted the other touristic centers of it C. as well as ordinary Italians trying to go about their business and having to justify themselves at check points for the we offer their papers to show that not just international travel but moving from one region to another leaving your home to go somewhere else the NBA has suspended play Detroit pistons guard Langston Galloway notes the pistons played the Utah Jazz and the infected player on the jazz Rudy Joe bear last week a little Caesars I'm sure are probably account contact with him but at the same times just taking precautions we've been washing my hands and when the reports are coming out everybody's kind of been on hand sanitizer washing your hands just staying focused on that moment of a interaction with a lot of different people and knowing that Hey at the day you might attest to ball you might of interact with a fan and and just being cautious with the universities colleges responding all across the country trying to take their classes online everybody a good friend Frank back been here and I know for the last few years you've heard all of the Principia Mads in the interviews with my friend Chris Alberta who is our chosen financial adviser here on the show now listen the time is now for those of you who keep watching those IRA and four oh one K. type accounts getting higher and higher those of you who recently retired or know that retirements around the corner those of you out there who know that eventually the streak of winning is going to come to an end do something smart creating a guaranteed income plan for the future in a balanced investment strategy with Principia it's going to give you the peace of mind you deserve heading into retirement take the time to learn from Chris and his talented team about how the market works they'll finally make you feel in control now look sometimes were scared to change especially when times are good but that's the secret capitalize on successes before they turn on us and create regret the future is as uncertain as ever higher taxes inflation costs of things like Medicare and the cost of living are you confident you're doing the absolute best with your retirement do you feel involved in important to.

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Washington state man becomes first U.S. coronavirus fatality

NPR News Now

01:00 min | 2 years ago

Washington state man becomes first U.S. coronavirus fatality

"Washington State Governor. Jay Inslee has declared a state of emergency because of the new strain of corona virus. The governor announced the move after following the first corona virus fatality in the US. A man in his fifties in Seattle who had underlying health issues. Dozens of others in the state are being tested. Gabriel Spitzer from member station K. A. N. K. EX reports. The man who died had no history of overseas travel or contact with other known carriers Public Health Seattle and King County officials. Also say to people at a suburban Long-term Care Center tested positive more than fifty staffers in residents there are showing respiratory symptoms. Dr Frank Rito is with Evergreen Health Hospital. What we're seeing is the tip of the iceberg. So we're seeing the most critically ill individuals usually that means there's a significant percentage of individuals of less severe illness floating around out there. The nursing home outbreak came to light. After federal officials broaden their guidelines on should be tested for the novel Corona

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First death from coronavirus in the United States confirmed in Washington state

Kim Komando

00:36 sec | 2 years ago

First death from coronavirus in the United States confirmed in Washington state

"The first corona virus death in the U. S. comes with a renewed call for precaution and preparedness correspondent Jim Roope reports that health officials urge smart practices like more hand washing unless face touching and to stay away from people who are coughing or sneezing a man in his fifties with underlying health conditions has become the first U. S. casualty from the virus which is now just over two months old what we're seeing is the tip of the iceberg Dr Frank Rita with evergreen health Medical Center where this patient died says we've been seeing the most severe cases with this case along with the least five others in Washington state that are sought medical attention there are likely others with more mild symptoms out there that don't know

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"dr frank" Discussed on Strong By Design Podcast

Strong By Design Podcast

03:31 min | 3 years ago

"dr frank" Discussed on Strong By Design Podcast

"God has given us the right to become children have gone by receiving what christ is done so you're achievements don't make you a better christian or put you in a better life with god god is an infinite bean he loves you infinitely already there's nothing you can do that'll make you love uber or or anything you could do to make you love you less you don't achieve your identity you reach sees your identity and that stream for people who are anxious or fail anxiety or depression because i'm not they're not quite as good as other people they don't quite look as good as other people don't have any as many friends is other people they're not having a good time around as much money is other people in christianity none of that ultimately is issue with issue is this have you received the gift that christ is provided for you you can achieve that you could only receipt in did you feel like they were 'em receiving of your message yeah they were you know a couple of guys i don't know how this happens but they get drugs in prison no matter you know they still get drugs somehow it's mind boggling that this happened isn't a couple of guys were strung out on drugs but there is a guy in the back with tracking along quite a bit worthy and he goes hey man this makes sense the guys going yeah yeah yeah it makes sense it christianity's true when you look at the evidence it is and then after you look at the evidence all you need to do is make a decision are you gonna reach sheep it are you gonna continue to try to achieve you're identity yeah you know running late you received the free gear and you're gonna be separate god because he won't for she hasn't against you will thank you so much for listening to the strong by design podcast if you find our show helpful in any way please let us know by leaving a five star review on i tunes go to strong by design podcast dot com your review will help us reach more listeners and continue to change wives let's get back to the show have a almost four year old daughter seven year old son and you know thinking about god or thinking about eternity in heaven is a pretty big pretty big deal for us as a dome but can you imagine it's a child what that must be like an i was talking with him i i love the conversation jabber you're kids a wreck right about before they fall asleep 'cause they really seem to open up to you in talking to him about the we love space in university had mart you know it's we always talk about that reads books about how big it is and i see how how how big and amazing you think goddess 'cause he created that so he's outside of the universe he's bigger than the universe and we don't even know where the edge edge universes and he was just looking at me and then i mike and that's what love is administering like the love you feel her her grandma that's and having the love you you feel mommy and daddy that's that's his biggest universe sets big like god is big and he was just like but i the reason i mentioned that is because i think it's very important for anyone listening who has children who is a believer you have talk with them from a young age and share with them be the power of god and the magnitude of the universe

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"dr frank" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

04:51 min | 3 years ago

"dr frank" Discussed on WTVN

"Dr Frank elbow, author of books about hermetic representation in architecture and also somebody who has studied the cathedral of Notre Dame inside and out. We're talking about some of the things that have been damaged. But also some of the things that people didn't even know were there, and that brings you back to a question that somebody asked last night Frank about about the placement and they had maintained. I didn't know enough to simply say other than I'll ask you tomorrow night. But I doubt that I kind of doubted that it was true that the rigid. The reason why they built Notre Dame where it was was to stamp over a a church or or some sort of worship site dedicated to the action goddess ISIS, which the caller insisted was also the basis for other things regarding Paris where I that's not true, right? Or is it true? I I'm not familiar with that. There was a that particular site. It's important understand that Paris was initially founded as a Roman town, and the very process of finding Roman town what an enactment of dividing heavens into cargo and modest it's a term and. Township and that particular site where Notre Dame was was initially dedicated to temple of Jupiter, and then it went through a series of basilicas, I think from the fourth century onward to the eleventh century, but that was a Roman innovation is to take what is known as a genus loci or a the notion that a particular site has an ancestoral spirit and then on that site, build another sacred temple so the Christian audiences there after obviously respected that Roman. Inheritance? That adds to its significance in extenuation of that site. But now it like so many other things we see in early Christendom. It was a way of of both reaching out to pass tradition and superseding it at the same time at least in imaginations of the of the faithful. So it could have been then that the Romans built this temple to Jupiter at a spot that had originally been built as a temple to ISIS as this caller had claimed it's but you've never heard that one way or another highly dubious, even though I was venerated in Roman times the site was I think initially founded by Julius Caesar who would have co-opted do putter if any been included they're not ISIS, although I. Swipe white widely venerated throughout the Roman world will. And I think part of the callers claim was that concept of Notre Dom started with a worship of Cleopatra. And that doesn't have the ring of truth for you either. Then. That prediction of all Aji or that could be for the most part that cathedrals are dedicated to marry as an intercessor between heaven and earth. So as they're building nippy drill as a exemplification a building skyward the whole purpose of the cathedral stepping into one year meant to look upward and see this elimination of glass that that marvel of engineering was enough to show that the the the building accident as what the historian of religion LES Elliott a called an excess Monday, a a an interlocutor between heaven and earth and very much. A gothic building is a vehicle is meant to take you somewhere. It's a medium of transportation to heaven like a three dimensional manifestation of art science and faith all in a single place. And by that time it in. Medieval world, most people were literate. So it would be like seeing the avengers. And or whatever the last of blockbuster movie is. In with religious steroids, and with a sense of on that you would look up and not be awestruck by how did they do this even today? Eight hundred years later, we look at the construction of of gothic engineering and think how did they arrest?.

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"dr frank" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:42 min | 3 years ago

"dr frank" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Night in the first hour, a doctor Frank Albo is going to join us. We're talking about the disaster at the cathedral of Notre Dom. Dr Frank Albo has three masters degrees and one PHD. So in other words, he meets our minimum requirements here to be a guest on coast to coast, but he is going to spend the first hour talking about what was inside an in particular. His unique perspective perspective as a as a student of her medicine is somebody who's written significantly about the hermetic movement. That is to say, especially the ancient symbols that one could read inside of the cathedral. We'll talk about how you would read the inside of the cathedral of Notre Dame. And how what the damage might be to that interior. What what if we studied it would the very architectural elements themselves. Tell us about the secret history of Notre Dom the hermetic side of it. That's coming up tomorrow night in the first hour. Our on coast to coast along with Abby Ellen who's the author of a book called duped. She'll tell her story of how she got duped. She's a reporter and columnist and somebody who considered herself undoable until it happened to her. So then we'll talk about fabricated identities coming up tomorrow night on coast to coast, but tonight, oh, open lines later. But Greg Kaiser is gonna join us. He's part of a think tank and in investment group focused on the rise of the challenges of artificial intelligence. As one person put it on my Twitter feed, by the way, at punit sorry at Deakin punit on Twitter that the I think it was George Pagel who said that man's last. Great invention might kill us all before global warming would ever have a chance. That's a great way to think about what's coming up after we talk about the big stories of the week next on coast to coast AM in for George Noory. This is he in on it..

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"dr frank" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"dr frank" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Dr Frank casper and his staff are truly angels on are. You heard it from the words of an actual patient of Dr casper on what spinal decompression can do for you, call Dr Fred casper, DC, eight one seven three seven five zero two three five eight one seven three seven five zero two three five and see what he can do for you. It's happened. Again, another corruption scandal has cast a dark cloud over Dallas city hall that makes five former council members that have more will serve time in prison. That's not all the Dallas Morning News reports that multiple councilman have accepted thousands of dollars of forbidden contributions that includes money from children at a businessman indicted for bribery, seems like summit city hall are more interested in lining their pockets than in fixing roads or helping police and firefighters enough is enough. Mike Avalon is taking a hardline stance against corruption. As our mayor. Mike Avalon wants tough ethics reforms to stop dishonest politicians from using their office for financial gain. Mike avalon? No, strengthening neighborhoods starts with restoring the public's trust. It's time for integrity and ethics at city hall. It's time for my the only candidate with a plan to fight corruption might not long an honest leader for Dallas mayor paid for by the Mike abalon for mayor campaign. If you're a real estate investor agent or someone who always wanted to invest in real estate and real estate now with Bill Barnett is the one show you can't afford to miss every Sunday at seven AM and six PM Bill will be covering the latest real estate ideas for Texas real estate, and how you can profit from them here from other investors, and what's been working for them. The North Texas real estate market is one of the hottest markets in the country real estate now Bill is where do you can listen..

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"dr frank" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"dr frank" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

"Once you give them a free toothbrush. They check in on Facebook. Because our first faceless got about one hundred forty friends, even though the average funeral the United States twenty four people so one hundred twenty four your friends one hundred. Say your body your dad, so that's a real friend. And they say oh my God. Surely just checked in Dr Frank wolves office. She's my smartphone. I needed Dennis. And then she might texture and say Shirley told me about Frank is he gives kids and he do this. So the minute they come in with any form atrocity. Yeah, they're going to buy and that's measurable three dollars toll one coming off a cold, call, right? Well, here's here's why referrals are so vitally important to the financial well being of brag this number one. They're the best new patient of practice can get for the very reason. You just described there's more trust with the referred patient because they're coming from a source that they trust. And with that increase. Trust comes increased. Case acceptance, there's more they show up for their appointments, they happily pay for their services and the typically refer other people. There's also a lot less scepticism and. With the referred patient the cost of acquisition for referred patient zero. It doesn't cost you anything to have a happy and satisfied patient. Tell other patients about you. Typically, the lifetime value of referred patients higher than with a cold advertised patient because again that trust factor. And so there's there's a greater lifetime value. There's a higher retention with referred patients and referred patient is more likely to refer another patient because that's how they came into the practice, and then the whole cycle just repeats itself. So it just makes sense if a business owners going to be bending time and money and building their business. It would make sense again as the foundation the make referrals the first..

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Millions may be misdiagnosed with penicillin allergy

Paul W. Smith

05:09 min | 3 years ago

Millions may be misdiagnosed with penicillin allergy

"Risk of serious infections, taking those alternative antibiotics not taking the penicillin here to tell us all about it. Dr Frank McGeorge. Good morning. Hey. Good morning, Paul. Yeah. This comes from jam article that was recently published and you know, roughly thirty two million American have noted in their medical records somewhere that they are allergic dependent. Dylan. But in fact, research has shown that somewhere between ninety and ninety five percent of those that have been labelled as penicillin allergic can actually tolerate the drug just fine. So, you know, it's a really important problem. Because penicillin is a great drug. So why did the case that so many people think that they're allergic when you're not really, well, I many people who get an antibiotic might really have a viral infection and viruses often produce rashes, especially when they're children. So if you were given penicillin the same time that a viral rash appeared standby often gets blamed labeled allergy, and that's often the case with children who are told that they're penicillin allergic. And then they're labeled that for the rest of their life. And also antibiotics can force side effects are not allergic like nausea vomiting or something else. And while it might be a sensitivity. It's not true allergy and people often misconstrued that. So those are some of the reasons that people who are not really penicillin allergic might think that they are. It's incredible. Dr Frank McGeorge should discovering and telling us that researchers estimating now up to ninety percent of patients who've been told they're allergic to penicillin actually, aren't that significant. Well, exactly, you know, if you think that you might have a penicillin allergy. It's a good idea to talk to your doctor about a simple allergy tests to find out for sure, and it's also possible, by the way that you might have grown out of your allergy in fact in one recent paper when a small group of people who were once positive on skin testing for penicillin were retested often about six years later. None of them were still positive roller GIC. So they hit actually changed their allergy over time and correctly identifying a penicillin allergy is really important for a bunch of reasons. First of all penicillins are great medications like they said earlier that can be used to target very specific infections with a more precise focus rather than using an overly broad. Non penicillin alternative. It's more likely to breed resistance. Sometimes a penicillin is actually the only or the very most effective antibiotic for a particular infection, so incorrectly assumed allergy could actually deny someone in the best treatments. And also when someone reports a penicillin allergy we often rule out using all of the silicon plight amoxicillin or die clocks and also a lot of doctors avoid using other antibiotics like, yes, lex, although that practices well-supported. It's just what Dr sometimes do because of the potential for a frost reactivity. So it does have a lot of downstream consequences if you are allergic in your record dependent schilling, but it has never really been proven. And people's perceptions of allergy are very different. And so it's important really characterize the reaction, there's some sensitivities. And then there's true allergy dock it occurs to me in this presentation in the morning, which we so greatly. Appreciate you taking time off from your. Henry Ford medical group duties duties, and all the things that you do to be with us. And we appreciate it. We don't very often give absolutes. But it sounds to me this morning. We are establishing that it is an absolute that if you have been told you're allergic to penicillin for your own good. You really absolutely should go. Get retested to find out for sure. Yeah. Definitely there's you know, there's a there's a ton of people out there who basically say, they're penicillin allergic. And frankly, you know, in the emergency department setting, for example, we don't have the time to prove that you are not allergic. So we just avoid penicillin, which in many cases can actually be to your detriment because of penicillin may in fact, be the best choice. So if you, you know, art shore, or maybe your mother told you this years ago, but she doesn't really remember why they were told that or something like that. It would be a good idea to actually just get tested. It's not a really complicated process. It's really simple process, and you can basically find out for sure one way or another. If you are in fact, sensitive penicillins or to what degree you might be allergic. It's there is a high probability that you are not really allergic to penicillin, and that can be life changing rather than having to go to the broad-based antibiotics as alternatives to penicillin that oftentimes kill off more good. Actinium and leave you in a bad way. Doc, always a pleasure. Very helpful useful information and and life changing this morning. Thank you, sir. All righty. Take care. Have a good day. Dr Frank McGeorge, Henry Ford medical group physician at six. Hi, I'm Jan, fingerling. With fingerling, number Kathleen. After eight years, we've decided to retire and

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"dr frank" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

07:01 min | 3 years ago

"dr frank" Discussed on KTOK

"So call eight hundred mega dash nine one. Oh. Newsradio one thousand KT. Okay. Dr Dan Solloway PHD nutrition. So I really appreciate you being with us. And there's a lot to learn. And speaking of that, I have one of my great guests, Dr Brian Frank, and he is an MD. Anesthesiologist specialize in acupuncture, and and then pain, and then winning all kinds of areas at any on top of that. He did a five year study to to pick up a fellowship, which I call a PHD in anti-aging medicine. So we really have a extrordinary doctor here the functional medicine degree adds a whole new dimension that most doctors don't know much about. And if they did they could really do a lot with the practice that they may not be able to do now. And I just talked to you in a show just recently about diabetes, and some of the things that you approach on really analyzing the and the and also the damage that can come from the little things the the areas of classroom that some people don't know the look at inflammatory sticky parts that they may not look at closely or the the instant Steve -ness of the insulin. When the H one looks good. They may still the pancreas may not be working, right? As a fun. Doctor Dr Frank. What are some of the therapies that you can do to help bring a person back from the bis, basically from the diabetes and all the damage can cause can you reverse that or at least make it where the person functions a lot closer to normal? Yeah. Dan, you know, you actually can kind of laugh because in conventional medicine and even in my life and in conventional medicine in the past we would've never even presumed that we could help someone resolve or your diabetes. It would have just been one of management intriguing, but it, but in fact, when we get the more comprehensive testing that we do in functional medicine, and we're looking at those various factors that you just mentioned as well as hormones adrenal. I wrote all that stuff when we really get the big picture. There are things we can do to help the body get healthy both from a nutrient based therapy as well as dietary therapy, and and you know, with your PHD in nutrition, the average medical school you spend four years and medicine and you spend one to two hours of education and nutrition. It's just it's just a, you know, abysmal, and and yeah. But in functional medicine, we spend a lot of time on that. And and there are some dietary approaches along with various nutrients that really make a huge difference. So I've got a number of nutrients, I've I've got one for instance, that we put a patient on she had both diabetes, and hypertension, and she has basically gotten she has complained gotten off of her any hypertensive medicines. And she has drastically reduced her diabetic medicines. And in fact, I know people that work with her, and they kind of on her, and if she would eat properly, she probably would be off of those as well. And and that's just one nutrient. I'm looking at four to six different nutrients that we can consider that help decrease insulin resistance that help decrease inflammation because the new paradigm. Whether you're talking about, diabetes, or or blood pressure problems are. Disease is that this is a it's just like a triangle. It's a trilogy of oxidative stress and inflammation leading to auto immunity, so diabetes is not just a blood sugar problem. That's nearly a symptom. We've gotta understand that at the heart. We're dealing with oxidative stress, and inflammation, and that's at the heart of almost every chronic disease. Yeah, we're talking about literally the destruction of your organs, folks. And one of the places show up is in a form of neuropathy. I talked a lot of people, and they get older they go. My feet are numb some people. I hadn't felt my feet in years. Eighteen goal they hurt, you know. Like, you've got a little bit frostbite and are your talk to me, and they could be thirty forty years old and their treble having trouble in the area of erection because the blood flow is so compromised because of the diabetes, and then one of the worst things that happens is people literally go blind. They lose her eyesight because the capillary start breaking down. And so it's a very very serious problems that all through the body every every organ every cell in your body is affected by too much elevated blood sugar elevated insulin. It has to be addressed don't take in do not think. No. If you need insulin. I'm not telling you, not take your insulin. But do not think that all you have to do is take more insolent you have to get it under control and try to get the body healthy again. And then it will your life will be so much happier. The pains the the Bill to sleep the likelihood of being obese because of elevated blood sugar argument too skinny because the bodies eaten up muscle. So you're you're an expert acupuncture can't acupuncture affect the patriots. Can you get the patriots function better? Oh, yeah. Absolutely. In fact, the conditions. You mentioned whether it's e d or neuropathy in the feet or eyesight problems. We've got a quite a variety of therapeutic options within the integrative medical community. So acupuncture would be one of those the bio magnetic pair of that you, and I talked about that would be one of those some of the libertarian based therapies. Would be considered there. And then the the for the gains waiver or the pulse wave therapy. So we've got a number of therapies that literally stimulate the body to restore balance restore equilibrium, and with that begins to make strides towards you know, where your feet are burning all the time where your eyes are actually getting healthier. I mean, I've got a gentleman seventy some odd years old with macular degeneration that we have significantly enhanced through the bio magnetic therapy. Well, I'm wondering can you do you also think you're making the receptor sites to the insulin more sensitive on the sale? Yeah. I think you you have an effect on a cellular basis you have an effect on a micro circulation of vascular basis, we have with all of those therapies we've mentioned the acupuncture, the bio magnetic there. The gains wave you all of those actually have an effect on stem cell activation and regeneration of healthy metabolism. And so, you know, the the key is sitting back with thirty six years of experience.

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