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Moby Dick Chapter Eight

5 Minutes in Church History

04:20 min | 3 months ago

Moby Dick Chapter Eight

"Welcome back to another episode of Church history. Last week we were talking about the pulpit that Latin Word Putnam, and that object that appears in so many churches. Well, we also find the pulpit, appearing in of all places that great American novel by Herman, Melville none other than moby. Dick Moby Dick has one hundred and thirty five chapters. They have fascinating names like the shark massacre and interesting names, two of the chapters in particular come early in the book that have great names chapter nine is entitled the sermon. Sermon, Chapter Eight is entitled The pulpit so this is Melville's description of a pulpit of a fabled new. England church, it's sort of a conglomerate picture that Melville is putting together. And of course they are about to go out to sea questing after the great white whale, and before they go, all the sailors will show up that. Sunday in church to hear that sermon before they're sent off to see, and they might not come back again well. This is chapter eight on the pulpit. Let's read Melville's description. He tells us how he's sitting there. In the Pew of the Church and Father Maple comes in, and then he starts walking towards the pulpit. Melville says like most old fashioned pulpits. It was a very lofty one and since. Our stairs to such a height would by its long angle with the floor seriously constrict the already small area of the chapel, the architect it seemed had acted upon the hint of Father Maple, and finish the pulpit without a stairs, substituting a perpendicular that is straight up and down side ladder like those used in mounting ship from a boat at sea. The wife of a whaling captain had provided the chapel with a handsome pair of red ropes for this latter. Halting for an instant at the foot of the ladder, and with both hands, grasping the ornamental knobs of those red ropes, Father Maple cast a look upwards, and then with a truly sailor, like, but still reverential dexterity hand over hand, mounted the steps as if ascending the main top of his vessel. Melville continues, nor was the pulpit itself without a trace of the same seat taste that had achieved the latter. It's paneled front was in the likeness of shifts, bluff bows and the holy. Bible rested on a projecting piece of scroll work fashioned after a ship's fiddle headed beak. What could be full of more meaning Melville asks. For the pulpit. Is Ever this Earth's foremost part? All the rest comes in its rear. The pulpit leads the world from thence. It is the storm of God's quick. Wrath is first descried, and the bow must bear the earliest brunt. From thence it is the god of breezes. Fair or foul is I invoked for favourable winds. Yes, yes, the world's a ship on its passage out not a voyage complete, and the pulpit is its prow. Well, that's from the pen of Melville. What a fascinating line he gives us. Did you hear it in that last paragraph I read and the pope it leads the world. Well. That's chapter eight. The pulpit from Melville's great novel. Some have called I. Know Dr Sprawl often called it the great American novel Moby Dick or The whale.

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Churches Defy State Bans And Gather With Congregations

Morning Edition

05:10 min | 4 months ago

Churches Defy State Bans And Gather With Congregations

"Is going to church essential last week president trump announced that yes in person religious services are indeed essential and houses of worship should be able to open their doors if they want to regardless of the pandemic restrictions in their states and sure enough over the weekend several pastors across the country defied their states bans and gathered with their congregations for some perspective we are joined now by pastor Chris Casey of Worcester Massachusetts he recently reached an agreement with city and state officials to hold small Sunday services pastor Casey thanks so much for being with us this morning my pleasure can you tell us about your church what did church services look like before the pandemic average between seventy five hundred twenty five people our church is a hundred thirty years old on old New England church beautiful church beautiful white steeple people saying loss when those inside are just nice services were going on before everything happened and then did you go online when the state home orders came down well we did several things are in our state it was only allowed ten people in church from a family of six and plus our sound guy would last seven I mean there's only three people more that would be a lot in church until now the frustrating thing because being an inner city ministry a lot of our folks didn't have online access didn't have computers so right then and there we were losing you know twenty thirty percent of our church I didn't have access to that stuff though the very difficult decision so did you did you go ahead with online services or did you not even try no we we had we had online services already set up and we went ahead and did online services but like I said what are you missing a huge part of our church and so from the that wasn't a good thing so a few weeks ago when Massachusetts restricted gatherings to under ten people you went ahead and held services and then you were fined three hundred dollars for defying regulations eventually you reach this temporary agreement with state local officials that allows you to hold in person services can you explain your argument to them was it just that you're on the five year population had access this was the argument was actually several things pulled out number one I try to sneak around and do it I sent a letter to the governor sent a letter to the city manager and the chief of police for the mayor and told me exactly what I was going to be going in the in the exact protocol that I was going to be doing and why we're going to be having services in the following we have services on Sunday the following Monday I got a letter from the city manager telling me that I needed to stop doing it and I told chief right then and there I want to continue to do services because this is the community college called me to reach and then I had service on Wednesday and Sunday the following Monday and up getting a three hundred dollar fine and then and I have service again on Wednesday and then the court in the city manager and mayor wants you they went to the courthouse and had to figure out what they were going to charge me with excellence Monday I received a a criminal complaint against the city upon receiving a criminal complaint I took that to my attorneys and that's when we filed a federal lawsuit against the state against the governor and against chief of police in the city manager for violence of our first amendment rights so let me ask you though I mean we heard Mike pence said as the vice president over these restrictions on houses of worship the book of Matthew says that god is present whenever two or more people are gathered together are you concerned about the level of risk that you might be exposing your congregants to your community too by opening up services we are absolutely concerned about that risk and if you understood the last articles that we had done we had service master come in and before each service and clean our service professionally cleaned the whole church and we did that before every service for a total of about six or eight weeks six resources rather which cost our church close to ten thousand dollars for them to do that we did that because we realized we could do it safer more sanitized and more social distance and all the big box retailers that are out there and I knew that because I've gone out to the retailers and saw what they were doing and thought they can be open to whatever capacity they are but our church is limited the tents that really bothered me as I said we can do about it and they did and so that's what we did we had people come in with you know they were they had their temperature taken without a touch with the monitors everybody wore masks everybody wore gloves everybody stood six feet apart everybody was ushered to their seats and so we did better than what they were doing I was thankful that the governor actually took our playbook what we were doing and made that the Massachusetts mandate and I was also thankful for the president that he actually came out at the church for the central because that's what we've been saying for four weeks just briefly if if an outbreak increases if something else happens in the virus spreads will you close in person services I don't think we're in a close person services because like I said we are doing it safer and cleaner and more sanitized socially distance than any place out there until after the season off to make if that time comes but as of right now we're still after resident Chris Casey of Adams were Baptist church in Worcester Massachusetts we appreciate it thank you have a

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"england church" Discussed on The Property Couch

The Property Couch

10:42 min | 1 year ago

"england church" Discussed on The Property Couch

"And get it to the lowest price that usually <hes> we could get to a point way. Everyone's happiness push the endorsement for by two as we work towards awards wrapping up in. Is there anything else you wanna far look of a got a couple more. The mine wants to me was when it when we're told here at the property saw auden garcetti said <hes> abs- on seventy million dollars property <hes> what's the most interesting property that she's had listed sell. Yes yeah i i like. I like to sell anything. That's different so i i'm really proud of some of the us sold is a solitary cynical which has been in life. I i don that twice in six weeks. That property is that what what what six weeks appearance all strategy was person border and you know he bought it and then he was inaugurated by rabbis inviting you to come out not says property and he was going to develop it into apartments. The rabbis didn't want to do that so he started to have real food food and he said oh my god by the community can can you sell things get out of it without losing likely it was a rabbi from new york at came on a rescue mission at was things the cynical was repossessed which is unusual thing and so i sold it fully mortgage and and it was really good outcome so this catholic person boorda heating started heavy guilt complex thing he was doing the wrong thing <hes> developing and then we he's found another boss from new york. Rabbi had the money in he on became board and again. <hes> six guys guy swill profit out of it which got him out of these m._g._d. And all that kind of thing and then they developed an education for jewish community which is fantastic outcome so that was very i was very very happy and very proud of that. When that one <hes> went ahead and then i sold a church of england church will lose being wound and that's now oh a childcare center which is great for the community in that area so that was good. I saw this place called. Hilltop in the middle of <hes> up in the up in the southern in highlands of sydney has sold at five point two five million to one of my old conkland and who's looking for hospitals and it's nowhere near the beach. The magnet is very lucky that that was six hundred acres averaged three hundred acres with plead with magnificent house on it and that was also one of my old customers that property and then it was very beautiful transit onto a national pot had to generate electricity your own water because it was really in the middle of nowhere near forty minute drive on a dirt ride to get to it. I love when you got big lasted. I took on a helicopter from sydney import on sunday sunday morning at nine o'clock in the morning and we flew <hes> from from the run on the main runway. Let it was an ice radiate crafted at the other end of the runway wearing these helicopter. We took off a slew up for the pilot. We landed property and on a sunday morning. That was really highlight. That was on mother's listen to. We flew back to the airport. I dreamt on on the sex. That was tested. I couldn't put a price on that was amazing now. That's the big guy which is a perfect segue into m._r. Phone or christian which is around <hes> you've gone from mechanic <hes> working for all royston and also in sales agents for rolls ross bentley and and the siamese and now you voted your own bentley. Obviously that's part of the service proposition that you're doing. You've gone full circle and you've obviously been very lucky so share with us. Walk that means to you in regards to <hes> the financial position that you've been outta get the celtics and the what at sort of has keeping you and your family regards to funding so security jamil i'm not i know i haven't been all that but that's probably miami indulgence. Actually i really like the simple things in may twelve about exercising aiding rochford and sleep getting enough sleep and all that company because i've seen lots of lots of money that are very unhappy. I got us a wannabe in that but the money side of tomase not really the main focused. I know if you sell the properties on the and all that kind of thing but <hes> now dan extravagant offerings better just just go to work and be done with love work none of which and that's the message we're trying to convey to play pool that the money using the happiness <hes> lucknow your greatest is is an experience getting an helicopter flying. It's appropriate jumping. That's you know we we we believe everyone in our great abundance scenario the top exuberance and all that doesn't make people happy dozen. No i think burana think you're going to have a purpose so i think if you can just as happy being amended mechanic goes i was selling causes was chilling houses united states awesome happened. I've used jumped going from one thing to the others thought it was probably bennington unsure awakens madman cancun still be very happy. It was us so very good friends with <unk>. I used to work with and we're in touch all the time and all that happy. It's a i think sometimes having too much is really really a bad thing. I've seen a lot of problems have removed too much so my advice is impetus in poland. Just don't try to have too much said so to make sense. Yes absolutely health. Trump amount and your family know that you'll be very happy. Absolutely health is real wealth to final one's one john if someone was listening to this podcast and i did wanna buy synagogue or church of england whole. How much would i need to <hes> to have to buy that site that that was a long time ago that soon gonna think from memory the last time we saw to think what we don't think it was twelve noon twelve matola hub and the church will was just two million. That's we sold on a modest the land from ben for the synagogue and my phone one is investing in property as i personal wealth creation vehicle for yourself personally stanley where where does that sit in in iran <hes> views on how you approach where you park on. I'm a big believer in that my wife and i we have quite a few properties that we use and we what i do if i can afford to. I'll just buy unit and all like a tube general wonder you know rinse it out so what i've looked at as you can compile haas of the property then with the way the interest rates are and all that kind of the the rent that comes in pretty much is the the other half off so you just have to exciting up save enough haas h. and just buying another property. I find i found the best investment strategy because the clients <hes> i've laid not will continue to increase in value ease and rents will continue to increase safety. Can it in there and you can honed and it's the best formula well said well said now been just checking with you any finals. I'm good all i remarkable. Let's say it's been an absolute pleasure to have you on the property. Catch the just the insults of <hes> something that you do daily gone through all the properties in recent jason suburbs of sydney dealing with people <hes> with <hes> budgets that allow them to buy that. It's been nice for us to get a little bit of an insider's look on that looks lock walk in them. We appreciate you sharing the insults. We hype communities really enjoyed the stories and <hes> good luck four fleet. <hes> you know we see you on the <hes> the one next door at sixty million thank you thank you very much. Thomas graham speaking might have many good allies were in that. I mean even for me. The big one was in regards to how the mindset of the wealthy and how they act very similar to people who have probably laugh chris xeros on the back of wealth position but seinfeld of principles. I mean he was sort of signing. You know real estate fabulous investment. I do do think about it in the context just a guy with a few zeros up some great mindset takeaways in terms of these successful business people boo practicing way teaching which is what i agree what i really love to his he didn't know complicated early as he was a mechanic and then just this this natural progression to being into the styles of the business that he's a bottle yep and then for a lot of people including myself reflect on you think all dealing with appropriate seventeen nineteen million <hes> you could probably get intimidated out of that took but he's going more just talking to a person i i bought a car from me so just a real aside from it was pragmatic in very true balance <hes> <hes> very to himself and congratulations since to the business that he's built and all the people that he saved because it sounds like they are all pretty happy customers. I old pretty heavy including chinese by being toil off stall from that he's yeah we'll take it so it's model in fact i've been comes from sandy nips who one of our wonderful vase diamond the plan. This is the right into our site so here's their life hack into money hacks. When you go to the supermarket you often see autumn's on style and are presented with the do you are already. Have this at hun will should i just bought since it's on special this week also money often we found that we'd see products. We always bond on special so we bought them and then realize we already had enough to last us until the product on special again in a few weeks pin. Oh this is essentially <hes> parking taking money in the pantry. You'll love this rather than packing it. In the primary offset account ross almost word for woman so we have started doing now is looking at the weekly specials email that out supermarket emails us most loyalty programs g will lease keep track of the autumns you buy. 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"england church" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"england church" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Straight up pistons, well, they were everybody was congregational or what we think of as congregation since it was a theocracy back van in order to be a part of decision making and government, you had to be a member of the government was kind of a theocracy. Yes, it definitely was. And so back, then I church had this policy that only those with genuine certified conversion experiences. You know what we call today born? Again, we're allowed to be baptized. And so as families developed in this new Boston town, they naturally wanted their children, their babies their children to be baptized, but I had this policy. No, they couldn't be baptized until they had a conversion experience, that was certified by whatever church body. So as a result. A lot of families found that their meme their children were not being baptized. So when you say I churches in the building, or the people that the first recognized church in Boston was called first church, both the building, and the people, both the building and okay. And then, you know, second church came out of a natural expansion to the north. We know it now as old north church. But it they've since merged and moved and so forth. The second church to just was there Davidson opinion. It was that was pure expansion. Okay. They needed space. Seconds, richest means another. Yes, but that's how they were called I hurt a second church. And then when twenty eight dissenters from first church argued that no, we should be able to baptize children. And so. They petitioned first church to be released to create their own church that would allow that to them of their children as though there was a two groups now. Didn't all? At that point, they stuck with the you need the avid transformative experience people said yet, don't so there's this these two belief systems operating simultaneously. Well, I wouldn't say simultaneously because at this point. The twenty eight who were considered the centers were basically, ostracized. They were said, you, you know, if you don't agree with us you we're not gonna let you go. And, and you can't. So basically you can't leave and we don't buy, which so forget about it. Okay. When these dissenters part of the move to go to the third. Church. They petitioned there were actually to church councils in which they petitioned to be released to form a new church that would be based on this new ability to baptize children and the first two councils said, no they kept petitioning, it finally went to a council at the magistrates being theocracy this civil magistrates also had to approve a new church. And finally, they agreed by vote of eight to six with the governor being against it to allow this thirteen to form of these twenty eight to centers who, by the way at that point, where all men had to be pretty expensive. I mean, look at the thing who paid for it who paid for what the jerked. Well, are you talking about the back bay church or the back bay act? The back bay church by that point. What became old south church? It was I called south church. And then when another church became established in the south part of what was considered Boston than than we became old, south church, and then in eighteen seventy five when the church moved to the back bay, we were for while called the new old south okay who paid. Well, it, it actually the property around the old south meeting house was subdivided. There were stores developed on it. There was eventually an eighteen storey office building, so they collected rents and leases, and there was a group called the old south society that provided much of the financing for the church itself. Who made up the society? Well, that's, that's a tricky question, because because of the way the deed, Mary Norton deed, was written. It was deeded directly to ten of the dissenters, so they became the old society, plus people who were considered puke proprietors back, then you could pay a lease or pay rent to buy acute. Right. And so you by buying pew you became part of the really that in the museum church. Yes, because there are actual boxes little doors. Plaques of names. Yes. Exactly. And many New England churches operated that way where the repu boxes where families.

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"england church" Discussed on Thank God I'm Atheist

Thank God I'm Atheist

05:52 min | 1 year ago

"england church" Discussed on Thank God I'm Atheist

"Every money guys. Well, from rainy, drizzly, wet Salt Lake City. It's thank God. I made this the podcast. I'm Frank Feldman. I'm Dan Beecher and coming of to day down. We're gonna talk about. Tragedy and international tragedy the burning of a building. Yeah. Yeah. We're gonna talk about Notre Dom. The cathedral. That was Paris is burning. That's all there is to it. Paris is burning. Yeah. Really, really? Well, they put it out by now. Shocking and sad and everything. So we do want to talk about that. Because obviously there are you know, they're of interest. I think for this show. Well, yeah, discussed so anyway coming up I though down. Yeah. There is a new pamphlet out. Oh that is available in Sweden. Oh, the land of pamphlets really for you just can't get away from. It's food into and pamphlets everywhere as far as the Atkins E, absolutely. And yeah. Sheep furniture as well and water lens of lots of water. That's. Yeah. Archipelagos and whatnot. Nice. Yeah. No. The the church of England church of England churches Sweden. Yes. Okay. Weird. If it was. Churches Sweden has or at least one of the diocese has. Issued this pamphlet. It is now available to Christian queer kids. Oh, it's a it's a guide on LGBT, Hugh. Topics in Christianity. Okay. So so generally speaking in the larger scheme win a Christian organization releases a pamphlet about LGBTQ brace for the worst. You should brace for the best. I was going to say this is Sweden. Two different animal talk to me. The. Yeah, this if you were, you know, maybe one of those. More run of the mill Merican Christian types. Yeah. You might be a little stunned by this. You might you might be shocked in fact to hear that the guide describes Jesus as queer wall and Joseph as transvestite. The stretch. I I actually take issue of Sweden. You don't wanna just make stuff up Khokhlov going the whole thing. I mean, what do they base that on? I'm not entirely sure to be honest. He liked his robes a little more flowing than the next man. So the guide says that the scripture is not actually against homosexuality doesn't really say any never mentioned by name. They say and and the win. It does talk when it is on the topic of homosexuality. What what it's actually talking about the stories that they're mentioning are actually about exploitation or rape. And. That's that's a stretch to me too. I mean, I've read the Leviticus where it says if a man lay with a man that doesn't sound like rape Manley with a man the way Manley's with woman or something along those lines. So maybe it is maybe old all sex with women was raped back in the day. Probably. And now, and they're just saying, hey, you can't you can't do that to a real person. Like a man. Yeah. Right. That's that's the problem. Yeah. The guide includes definitions for SIS person gender fluid non binary queer to sex norm rainbow flare fares rainbow fair is but it says that Jesus's mother Mary. Dared to break traditional sex norms in a patriarchal society by having sex with God. Yeah. I guess being a virgin. Other. That's that broke. I mean is it dairy hers will sex. I mean. Yeah. You know, she had a kid without involving a man should well that is that's pretty pretty queer. She's rejecting the patriarch. She is by doing that bright or just accepting the grandest of patriarchy Jesus described as someone who quote broke the norm calling him queer for the way, he lived his life. This is actually really I like this. They also point out that he did not defend the traditional family. Yeah. That is true. Yeah. He actually says to leave your your family. Follow him. Yeah. He does one hundred percent. He says that. You said some other stuff about men and wife and stuff. But the fact that we don't have any evidence of him having married. Exactly. And we we do have lots of evidence of him hanging out with a lot of man's who liked the main company all the time..

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"england church" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"england church" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Forced out in the people left in the system all protect each other. So yeah, there were good people. But like me you look what happened to me defrocked thrown out blacklisted. My name gets attacked everywhere. Now in Canadian the internet like wherever you look there's an enormous smear campaign because it's a way people can not look at themselves in the mirror. Folks, we're speaking with Kevin anet, I guess the best the best the best website address for you. Now, Kevin is would be murder by decree dot com. That's right. It's also got all the evidence online that's for now which should go to Kevin in your in your thorough investigation. Over decades. Now. You mentioned I've mentioned your your former minister the United church of Canada whenever we speak about this. There are folks that get really upset and they say, well, you're denigrating. The church, and in fact, Kevin just by white way of foundation what churches did you find involved in these genocide activities in human trafficking? You've been included human trafficking. Roman Catholic primarily they on two thirds of the school. They set up the original schools as a matter of fact, that was had the model for the Indian school system, not the government, and and the other churches adopted so Catholics primarily then Anglican church of England and United church of that. I was in. There were other a few others like some of the Baptists and salvation are had a few. But the main churches were those three church of England church of Rome, the United church, and I mean, they denigrated themselves. I'm just talking about the evidence, right? And they've all been involved in cover up activities, haven't they? Well, very much take, you know, the Catholics for example. They have a standing policy still to this day called criminals. Eliza tennis. It says when children are raped by a priest. The police are not to be told and everyone is to be silenced. Or they'll be excommunicated. That's in writing.

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"england church" Discussed on Dear Hank & John

Dear Hank & John

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"england church" Discussed on Dear Hank & John

"And he replied is nNcholas nNcholas. It was it was possible or possibly nNcholas AJ was the different one. Ilan musk replied that. It was thirty percent. Thirty percent chance that the first the first human be the first being on Mars will be an intelligent machine. Now, I have to ask we'll that count. Does that count? I say what's the pet? I mean isn't the Rover of relatively intelligent machine. No, I think we're talking about like human level intelligence machine. Okay. So Elon Musk who thinks that humans are going to be on Mars within like four or five years thinks that there's a thirty percent chance that in that four or five year timeframe wind the first humans. Go to Mars, those humans will actually be some kind of artificial intelligence created by nNcholas I think I'm just going to throw this out there, Hank. I don't think he long musk has a great sense on when humans are going to get to Mars. He also said that he he himself has a seventy percent chance that he will go to Mars despite there being a good chance though. He did not give a a number two this chance that he will not survive the trip or long after arriving. That. Like a call for help. I think I'm I as you know, I'm concerned that I honestly I find that a little alarming, and I it's weird to me that other people don't, but God bless him. There's nothing like like guys given percentage chances to things like we know what we're talking about. I do that all the time where people are like, so so are you going to are you going to be in on time for for the shoot tomorrow? And I'm like I'd say probably like a forty two percent chance be there on time. As if I like that it seemed so right to me. Yeah. Chance the difference between a Europe percentage chances and Elon Musk's percentage chances is that in my experience years are pretty accurate. Whereas like if there was any way, I could make a very large bet against Elon Musk getting to Mars in his lifetime. At the odds like, you know, two and a half to one or whatever I would take that bet in a heartbeat. Whereas I do think there's about forty two percent chance you'll be at the sideshow shoot on time. I don't know, man. Well, you won't be right on time. You'll be like six minutes late. And then you'll be like. But you'll think you're on time. You know, you'll feel on time. Everybody will be like. Yeah. That's when we expected you to show up I need to be more respectful of people John and their time by arriving at the olive garden intend to gel when I said that I would. How is that place pronounce C N T A L what part of England is this? I think you're getting it John. Do you want to know some other place names from around this area because got more desperately true Walder tra- cine Trevi gin trib burger? Trillo tra- Lil is one. Also tricky also tr- jealous and Tra weather n- and true true. Weathe-? What's happening tra- lights, somebody explained this to me? Also, a place called Avraham around there. That's just otter ham. Imagine being the only like non trip lace on. You're like I'm from otter ham and everybody's like boo Audrey. But then you're like, but it's a town of otters. Everybody's like, oh, yeah. Never mind. That's cool. I like I would not be totally surprised if you told me that in England there is a little town. That is inhabited only by authors that has its own honor mayor and has its own autre church of England churches, and like they've got their own autre God, and the whole thing I would not like that seems within the realm of what I understand to be true about England plausible, I wanna move to cracking haven just so that I can live in cracking. Tin haven. I wanna move to England just so that I can be a servant of the Queen always dreamed of being just wanna be what are they called pupils students. Subjects subjects. I a subject of the Queen. Hey, it's been a pleasure to part with you here in the new year as the old saying goes next year informant. Okay. That's how it goes. If you wanna Email us your questions, please do that. We are at Hancock John g mail dot com. You can find John on Twitter, but he won't see it at John green..

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"england church" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

04:31 min | 1 year ago

"england church" Discussed on KCBS All News

"So an all news one zero six nine AM, seven forty KCBS. It's six twenty stand today. The supreme court will be hearing arguments in a potentially landmark case on state and federal double jeopardy. The case is stirring, speculation about the effect. It could have on President Trump's pardon power. For more. We're joined live on the KCBS ring central Newsline by our KCBS political analyst Mark allow Mark this has to do with a longtime idea known as dual sovereignty. Yes. So it's such an amendment of the constitution. And people know what it means to take the fifth to testify against yourself in court that the very first line of the fifth amendment says no person shall be subject to more than one punishment or one trial for the same offense. That's what most people regarded double jeopardy. So this goes back to a case where an Alabama man was pulled over for traffic. Stop the police smelled marijuana. They rated they searched the car they found two bags of weed based on the scale, and they found a gun. So they charge them for drug charges and gun charges. Drug England churches under state law in Alabama. They sentenced him to a year in prison the came along and said, well, you also violated a federal gun charge. And so we are also charging you with that. Federal prosecutors went after him in federal court and added four years to an sentence after convicting him. So the Alabama. Man said wait that's violation of double jeopardy. Can't try me twice for the same crime. But this goes back to that separate sovereigns doctrine, you alluded to season for the last hundred years the supreme court held that it's not so much the as long as two different sovereignties in this case, the state of Alabama and the federal government the United States, it's not regarded as the same crime one's a federal crime wanted to state crime. And there's no problem prosecuting twice. The reasons you say this fits into the molar investigation is as follows let's say that Muller decides to prosecute Paul Manafort and Donald Trump junior, and let's say that they go right on them or they failed to get convicted in federal court or much more possibly the president pardons. Both of them exonerating them from all federal crimes, which is his right to do that. States could come along Illinois New York wherever these guys were located time and say, but they also violated state law and could then charge them. So that's what presidential pardons have never been absolute in that if somebody murdered somebody the president can pardon them for any federal crime. They committed can never part of them for crime that they may have violated the supreme court upholds Alabama man's a point that this constitutes double jeopardy. What it means is that the president could indeed pardon somebody like Trump people in the molar investigation, and they would be off scot-free rather than face the possibility of the state's going after them as well this gets authority Mark because once upon a time there were state laws and federal laws, and they didn't cross all that much. But it's particularly with weapons and drugs. These are areas where congress has expanded federal laws. We get cases. Like this. And you know, depending on the perspective in the case people have very different reactions to this. So in case somebody pulled over traffic. Stop people might think know come on this is piling up. What is going on that sounds like double jeopardy? This was prominent billing the Rodney King case, you know, twenty years ago, the sparked riots in Los Angeles, this state charge. The officers beating Rodney King with violations of state law. They were quitted in the streets of LA broke out into riots. The federal government came along and said, okay, we are now charging officers with federal violations of civil rights laws and they were convicted. So sometimes it serves as a check on states that aren't doing what the federal government would consider each job. So yeah, it's and what's interesting about this. You have some justices Ginsburg and Clarence Thomas who were clearly on opposite ends of almost all the ideological spectrum who have both indicated that they want to review this and possibly to overturn the idea. That there's an exception to the double jeopardy law. So it's fascinating case before the supreme court, and we had a feeling that the whole Trump's lawyers will be watching this very closely. Mark Sandler KCBS political analyst live from Washington. KCBS.

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"england church" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"england church" Discussed on KQED Radio

"From NPR news. This is all things considered. I'm Mary Louise Kelley Audie Cornish now to Alabama and the fatal police shooting of a black man at a shopping mall on thanksgiving at first police said the young man was the gunman and that he had wounded two people. The next day. Authorities said they were mistaken. The real gunman was still on the loose as g g do ban of member station. W H M reports frustration is mounting across Birmingham. One thing is clear. Twenty one year old EJ Bradford was at the crowded mall and had a handgun. The former army veteran was seen fleeing holding the gun after a fight broke out and the shooting began police shot and killed him. An investigation by state. Authorities is underway today in the Birmingham suburb of Huey town. Where Bradford grew up. There was a mixture of shock and anger. Tyler Simpson is a senior at Huey town high school this stuff you see on TV and in other states. I never thought. Like, you would see that here in Birmingham. I feel like if he would have been white things would have been different. The Bradford family is now represented by the high profile civil rights lawyer Benjamin Crump Crump says the Hoover police officer who shot Bradford at the mall that night reacted. Because of just one thing the color of his skin black, man, we're for good. May his determination that he must be a criminal Crump says when police are looking to sort out good guys with guns versus bad guys. It's not a surprise people often see black men as bad guys and for many here in Birmingham. This police killing brings back painful part of Alabama history. People are very upset here because this is the cradle of civil rights. This is where many of the civil rights protests began and now we're back there. That's Eric Gusta a civil and criminal law attorney in Birmingham as a black man. He gets clammy hens if he's dealing with police as a regular person, not a lawyer, he's also a gun owner, and he says in a situation like Bradford's he'd be reluctant to pull out his gun to defend himself for fear he'd be perceived as a threat, but according to several eyewitness accounts and reports on social media several other people had their guns drawn that night and ran in fear. This is Al. Obama the land of the gun on the hip, so it's not far fetched for dozens of people to have their guns wrong when their shots being fired. But the ones who will be safest in those situations aren't black. He says many African Americans say they take extra precautions Carmen Owens has spent time in prison, and is now a counselor in Birmingham anytime he encounters the police there's a protocol watch how you speak don't make sudden movements. I clearly confirmed two and three times before I reach for my wallet. I shouldn't have to do this. But this allows me to be home safe to my family EJ. Bradford's family says if police hadn't automatically assumed he was a threat he might have come home to his family the night of thanksgiving too. For NPR news. I'm GD do ban in Birmingham. Hundreds of thousands of veterans have so called bad paper, meaning they received other than honorable discharges. Now that used to mean, no benefits, no healthcare from the department of veterans affairs. Even when the problems that got them kicked out of the military were linked to combat trauma. The VA has changed its policy at now. Let's these veterans get mental health care. One state has gone even further NPR's quil. Lawrence reports from Connecticut, Northfield congregational is a little white and New England church with a steeple just north of Westport, Connecticut. And about a dozen kids are here for an after school program. Thomas Burke is the youth minister. And he speaks their language. Cafo? All. This is miraculous in Berks estimation. He never thought he'd be able to work with kids because my PTSD stems from a traumatic event where I failed children Burke served in the Marine Corps in two thousand eight he lost a close friend in Iraq and came home, troubled. He thought about suicide but better still another combat deployment within the same year..

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"england church" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"england church" Discussed on KQED Radio

"From NPR news. This is all things considered. I'm Mary Louise Kelley Audie Cornish now to Alabama and the fatal police shooting of a black man at a shopping mall on thanksgiving at first police said the young man was the gunman and that he had wounded two people. The next day. Authorities said they were mistaken. The real gunman was still on the loose as do ban of member station. W H M reports frustration is mounting across Birmingham. One thing is clear. Twenty one year old EJ Bradford was at the crowded mall and had a handgun. The former army veteran was seen fleeing holding the gun after a fight broke out and the shooting began police shot and killed him. An investigation by state. Authorities is underway today in the Birmingham suburb of Huey town. Where Bradford grew up. There was a mixture of shock and anger. Tyler Simpson is a senior at Huey town high school this stuff you see on TV and in others. Stays. I never thought like you would see that here in Birmingham. I feel like if you would have been white things would have been different. The Bradford family is now represented by the high profile civil rights lawyer Benjamin Crump Crump says the Hoover police officer who shot Bradford at the mall that night reacted. Because of just one thing the color of his skin. Here's all black, man. We're for good. May his determination that he must be a criminal Crump says when police are looking to sort out good guys with guns versus bad guys. It's not as apprised people often see black men as bad guys and for many here in Birmingham. This police killing brings back a painful part of Alabama history. People are very upset here because this is the cradle of civil rights. This is where many of the civil rights protests began and now we're back there. That's Eric Gusta a civil and criminal law attorney in Birmingham as a black man. He gets clammy hints. If he's dealing with police as a regular person, not a lawyer, he's also a gun owner, and he says in a situation like Bradford's he'd be reluctant to pull out his gun to defend himself for fear he'd be perceived as a threat, but according to several eyewitness accounts and reports on social media several other people had their guns drawn that night and ran in fear. This is Alex. Obama the land of the gun on the hip, so it's not fetched for dozens of people to have their guns wrong when their shots being fired. But the ones who will be safest in those situations aren't black. He says many African Americans say they take extra precautions Carmen Owens has spent time in prison, and is now a counselor in Birmingham anytime he encounters the police there's a protocol watch how you speak don't make sudden movements. I clearly confirmed two and three times before I reach for my wallet. I shouldn't have to do this. But this allows me to be home safe to my family EJ. Bradford's family says if police hadn't automatically assumed he was a threat he might have come home to his family the night of thanksgiving too. For NPR news. I'm GD do ban in Birmingham. Hundreds of thousands of veterans have so called bad paper, meaning they received other than honorable discharges. Now that used to mean, no benefits, no healthcare from the department of veterans affairs. Even when the problems that got them kicked out of the military were linked to combat trauma. The VA has changed its policy at now. Let's these veterans get mental health care. One state has gone even further NPR's quil. Lawrence reports from Connecticut, Northfield congregational is a little white New England church.

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"england church" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

07:37 min | 2 years ago

"england church" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"They're saying this is what this could be the coldest thanksgiving on record. We spoke with Dr history earlier in the broadcast about the first thanksgiving. And that was I mean talk about some gnarly weather it happened. This was sixteen twenty. So this was during a period called the little ice age. And I know despite what some we'll tell you. It was a global event by all accounts. It wasn't just New England just a very very cold period on planet earth. So these guys arrive in November of sixteen twenty into New England. And then the story Dr. We're going to replay it tomorrow during the day before thanksgiving. But. So the pilgrims again they were escaping. They were escaping tyranny. There was a lot of religious persecution. So it was kind of interesting this work. These were these were Christian people who are being persecuted by their own church. The church of England church of England was pretty good about that. The Catholic church was also pretty good about persecuting their own people. If you went off the rails, and and did not abide by their doctrine, they'd persecute you and that pretty much sucks. But that's what they would do. And so these were Christians that were being persecuted by the church of England because. Wouldn't abide by the church's do's and don'ts because they contended the do's and don'ts. Can't be founded the bible, we go by what the bible says not by what the churches decreed and the same thing for Catholics. There would be Catholics that say, hey, you know, we just realized that what you guys teaching the Catholic church can't be found in the actual bible. So what's the problem here off their head earn about the sake? That's what they would do. So these pilgrims were like that. They were church of England forget about we don't we don't abide by your rules and regs because I can't find your rules and regs in the book. So I went to Holland, but there are even in Holland they were being persecuted. But they thought tell you what let's go to this North America. I think people are going there will we can go there, and we just have all the religious freedom we want so they come to North America the place where they were going to lay and they kind of overstay overshot the runway. They ended up going into this bay. Plymouth bay now Plymouth, Massachusetts. But Dr history told us as it's amazing. They arrived on this piece of land that had been abandoned by the native Americans and it had been abandoned by them. Because the last tried that lived there had gotten Slade by a disease. And so the other Indians were like, you know, what we're not going to that area. That's areas cursed. Everybody died. We don't want to go to land. So the pilgrims arrive. Nobody's on this land is a cool. We'll we'll take it. Nobody's hair and the Indian tribes around them didn't bother them. In fact, they became friendly. And there was an Indian who formerly lived on that piece of property but wasn't around when the plane hit because he was in Europe why because he'd been taken as a slave. Oh, jeez. To europe. So he knew the Europeans. He knew the English language. He knew their religion. He knew everything. So this guy named squad. Oh, okay. Wait a second. I I can deal with these people. I know them, I know these people so s- quantum teaches them the ways of of the land. But my point is they arrived in November sixteen twenty. And it was it was probably every bit as cold as this November is going to be brutally cold in the winter was just hellacious one hundred two people that came on the Mayflower only forty four were left after the winner. They got the flu they got the scurvy. They got this that the other forty four left. So bottom line is because the native Americans were able to teach them how to survive on that harsh land. Now the following year, November sixteen twenty one they finally have a big party. It's like, okay. We'll have a festival we'll have lots of food and we'll mourn the passing of our dear loved ones, but we'll we'll be blessed for the future. So that was kind of it Dr hit we'll replay that tomorrow in the broadcast. And if you want to get the podcast of today's show, he was under the six o'clock hour. Yes. Okay. Yeah. Get the six o'clock hour surveillance right now at ks Afo dot com. Speaking of things going on today. We've got the stock market in a tumble. Dow's down right now four forty four fifty two g fifty two. All the gains for this year. Have now been erased Goldman Sachs is saying go to cash go to cash. I'm not giving you any advice at this point in time other than to say markets tumbling and a lot of people go into cash and some are going to gold, and if you're going to go to goal to desert gold exchange dot com, they've been partners with us here for a long time on the fire. We've got the rain's coming, and what's that mean for the fire in northern California? Well, there's going to be enough rain to put the fire out. That's a good thing. In terms of the search for the deceased is this going to be a good thing or bad thing? They don't know. I mean, it could be a good thing. It could expose bodies that were otherwise covered with ash and debris. But then again it could wash away remains. I mean, that's that's unseemly to think about, but it's just the truth. They really don't know what is this going to do for the people living in these temporary shelters. Well, what are the things we learned about the temporary shelters? This is. I mean, I I've connected the dots. I don't know if anybody else. But I'm reading here from the Butte county sheriff's department quote. It's highly possible that many of the missing are safe. It shelters. Okay. That's good. Now, I'm reading in the chronicle. Actually, this is from a Red Cross spokeswoman Cynthia Shaw. She said evacuees arriving at Red Cross shelters are asked to check. Yes. Or no on whether the Red Cross can share their names with law enforcement. This is just I don't understand this one bit those who check no do so because of domestic violence fears. I don't quite understand that are they like if somebody's looking for them. Okay. Guys house where they are or because they don't want to be bothered by the agency says the Red Cross. So the Red Cross is boiled it down this. Well, some some are fearful of domestic violence and others. Just don't want to be bothered by the agency. Can I just add a couple more some are here illegally? And they don't want anyone to know they're here illegally and to some of these are on. Sex registry. Lists sex offender registry. Lists. Yeah. Can we just say that I'm saying it? Well, it's just chilling part of the rules, Katie should be. You're staying at a shelter. We get your name, and we're able to share that with law enforcement. Otherwise, you're putting everybody at risk, right? Absolutely. And then what happens if something does happen in one of those shelters because of this where where's the, you know, who's liable? Exactly, I'm with you on that four one five eight zero eight fifty six hundred four one five eight zero eight fifty six hundred on case, then we've got the caravan. We'll talk about the caravan a south of the border coming up on case. But right now,.

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"england church" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

16:27 min | 2 years ago

"england church" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Took place Tuesday hosted by day Brookings Institution. Cantabria identify the principles Robert Kagan Brookings Institution foreign policy, fellow author of the book the jungle gross back Adam to Columbia University in his books are multiple books. Deluge and crack. I'm trying to crash that cracked and the moderator Thomas right Brookings Institution project international order. WCS from Washington coming up next American history. Tv this week on lectures in American history. We'll talk about the Seylam witch trials and the great awakening. Baylor university. Professor Thomas kid teaches a class on the first great awakening in America. It's the period of the mid eighteenth century a period of Christian revitalization. Swept through the colonies explains. How the Salem witch trials and the declining puritanism that to traveling preachers and an emphasis on defense. We've been talking about the founding of the American colonies, and we're getting now into the into the seventeen hundreds today in this week. I want to focus mostly on religion in the light, colonial period and becoming the great awakening in the seventeenth, thirties and forties. And I know this has been on you all mind says you have a paper coming up about that. So we're going to give some of the background to religion in the colonial period. And then the lead up to the great awakening the overview what happens in the great awakening. And then hopefully that'll that'll set you better for your your papers. You can see here on the on the screen. We have an image of George Whitfield who is the most famous preacher of the great awakening. Preaching in London there in the seventeen thirty seventeen forties. He is the sensation of the age. But we'll talk more about him when we get there. I I wanna I wanna take a look at the background to what's happening in eighteenth century America with regard to religion. And we've talked about some of this already before in class about the scope of of religion and religious commitment across the colonies. If you look at the at the southern colonies from Maryland down to Georgia, mostly what we have is a formal commitment to the church of England, and the church of England, of course, is is the national official church of England of Britain. And most of those colonies adopt. A what we would call a kind of formal establishment of the church of England. But the southern colonies overall are probably the least religious of all the colonial regions, which if you think about that for a second your you'll see why that's a little weird because we think of the south today is the bible belt correctly. But in the colonial period, it's different. In the colonial period. There is a kind of formal establishment at least of the church of England. But once you get out past the corneal cities places like williamsburgh and Charleston and savannah. The weight of churchgoing and commitment to the church of England is is pretty limited. And part of the reason for that is you remember going back to the founding of Jamestown in sixteen o seven. These colonies are mostly being founded for business purposes, and it's a little difficult to set up churches in the back country where settlement is so scattered and so people living in the world south in the early seventeen hundreds. I mean, they might have been questions for sure I'm sure most of them would have considered themselves to be questions if they were literate they probably read the bible, maybe they had family devotions, but many many of them did not go to church because maybe the nearest arches fifty miles away. And if that's the case, if you're going on a wagon, you're not gonna go to charge, right? So the south and people in the north in the northern colonies recognized just looking back. This story and people in New England would talk about their worry for the south and it's relative godless nuts. There just weren't that many people go to church there, and there weren't enough churches pastors, and so the south was really regarded as as the least religious part of the colonies the middle colonies and here we're talking about New Jersey, Pennsylvania, New York, Delaware. Is a real mix of different kinds of Christian denominations. You have. And they're often connected to a particular ethnicity. So you have Scottish Presbyterian Scots Irish Presbyterians Dutch Reformed people these this is the group who founded new Netherlands in the sixteen twenty s the Dutch Reformed Church. German lutherans. There are Quakers. Of course, we've seen that. There's different Baptist groups in the middle colonies. And so the middle colonies, I think is Representative of the kind of diversity that you see in modern America that there's just a lot of different kinds of religious groups a lot of kinds of ethnicities sometimes they don't get along with each other. They're competing for adherents. But it's kinda hard to tell the one single linear story of the south end slavery New England and puritanism the middle colonies, there's just more like like that. And in New England when you get into the early seventeen hundreds and when you when you're talking about the eighteenth century. We mean, the seventeen hundreds New England sees the decline of puritanism and remember they have been founded, Massachusetts, Connecticut, especially these kind of policies are founded as puritan colonies. And puritanism by the early seventeen hundreds is in decline. Or now seventy eight years pass the time of the founding and the the current movement has started to fade away. Some historians debate about just how much puritanism is really declining. Some of this may just be talk because you know, that that pastors especially, but lots of Christians won't talk about oh, you know. Thank our founders were much more committed than we are. I don't know if you've ever heard that in and it starts service or something. But you know, it used to be so much better. But now we falling away. I mean, that's that's very common rhetorical move that you get and churches, and he started to see that in the New England churches to in the late sixteen hundreds the early seventeen hundreds and even breeds type of sermon a characteristic kind of New England sermon that you get in this period that historians call the Jeremiah. Ads the Jeremiads. Now, if you know your bible, well enough, you you hear a name that's from Jeremiah who was a very gloomy kind of profit and profit that said to Israel. You've fallen away from God, you need to straighten up or else judgment is coming and that kind of sermon became very common in New England to starting in the sixteen seventy s sixteen eighty s early seventeen. Hundreds the pastors would say you fallen away from your I love you fallen away from that original mission of the founding puritan generation of the sixteen thirty s and you need to turn around turn back to God. And renew your devotion to the Lord. Now. How reflective this is of actual reality on the Grammy. And had the people really turned away from God. It's sorta hard to know how to measure that. It's hard obviously to judge people's hearts, but there is some evidence that at least New England is becoming more diverse. Not just exclusively puritan. You may remember that we talked about it then in sixteen ninety s England started requiring Massachusetts to tolerate other kinds of Protestants and not just Puritans. But now you have to tolerate Quakers and Baptists and other kinds of Protestant groups. There are some intriguing pieces of evidence about rising at least access to sort of morality and so forth and six in the sixteen eighty s it looks like the Boston probably gets its first brothel. The characteristic of colonial cities of London and so forth at the time. But, you know, puritan Boston gets a brothel, you know, a house of prostitution. Is this horrifying there occasionally are gaining classes being offered in Boston in this era. So, you know. And the parents were not keen on on on dancing, especially between unmarried couples. So there's there are actually some pieces of evidence that you could look at it and say, well, maybe this is becoming sort of more diverse non puritan kind of society and says, you know, maybe there is something there to that jeremiad kind kind of fame. Probably the most horrific episode for the pastors in New England and the late sixteen hundreds for sure is the Salem witchcraft crisis. And we read a document on this for today, if you wanna pull your book out and look at that. The Salem witchcraft crisis is. Is horrific for the leaders in New England first and foremost for them because they see it as a great attack of Satan on their society. The Puritans believed that they had this very high calling from God. And so they thought well, of course, why would you expect that Satan is gonna break out in these attacks against us? And that's how they saw what happened in sixteen ninety two is that Satan had raised up a cohort of witches to and attack their people and try to disrupt New England society. And so that's how they first and foremost interpreted what was going on and Salem in. So dozens of people start being accused of being witches, probably if if you remember some of the story, even from maybe reading something like the crucible by Arthur Miller. There was a group of mostly teenage girls who probably had gotten involved in in at least some kind of white magic type type of practice trying to tell the future and so forth. And then those those girls started to have signs of of what the Puritans would have considered to be sort of demonic attacks demonic oppression and having convulsions and being tormented. And they would say that it was this woman that one who who is coming in especially in in the spirit realm to attack them, spiritually and physically harm them. And so. Now, by the way, it's it's mostly younger women accusing older women of being witches. So almost all the accused are winning. But almost all the accusers are went into and so one interesting historical investigation that some historians have engaged in is what was this? I kind of what you would call misogynistic episode. Where woman hating? Kind of gender episode of loathing of women, especially these kind of older women who were difficult to deal with maybe had gotten into altercations with their neighbors and so forth. And that's an interesting thesis. But but one problem with it is is it's almost always win two who are accusing it would be a little more convenient. If it was man accusing women to read it as a misogynistic episode. But there are some men who get accused of being warlocks, and it ends up being hundreds of people who get accused across the region. It's not just in Salem. But ultimately, some very elite people start getting accused, and I think not coincidentally, that's when the judges and other officials start thinking about closing the thing down because they can see that the accusations have started to get just go completely viral haywire. And they said, well, wait a minute. It's too many people and they start to doubt some some aspects of the trials. Thomas kid Baylor University history, professor on the Salem witch trials and the great awakening. Now. Everyone in Salem in in New England. I think approaching one hundred percent of everybody believes that which is exists. So even the critics of the trials. Are are saying well now we know that which is exists. But there are problems that we have with the way that the trials are being run. Okay. And we'll talk about why in a minute. But that's that's a really important aspect to understand is this is not. The Puritans who in their religious fervor believe in the existence of witches. And then standing outside of that. You have these skeptics, you fools. Don't, you know, everybody realizes or believes at the time that the supernatural is real and that at least an isolated cases that people can make a covenant with the devil in order to have malevolent spiritual power. So to be able to cast spells on people, and maybe to torment them in in the spirit realm at least. Okay. So let's let's take a look at this document. And I'll get you to give me some comments about this. On on page, forty three in your book. You see we have Ted Chaba who they call an Indian woman. Now, it's debatable. Exactly who Ticha was. But she seems to have been maybe an indentured servant or slave in the household of one of the pastors who's involved and when they say Indian. We think that it might might mean native American partly native American, but it's more likely that she's probably from the Caribbean. Okay. So you remember when Columbus he came? He says if this is the Indies so sometimes when they said an Indian that somebody from the Caribbean. And so we don't we don't know a whole lot about Ticha other than these testimonies, but she's being interrogated, and and they start off on page forty four and they say the judge says to her. Ticha what evil spirit have you familiarity with? And she says, none why are you heart these children? I do not hurt them. Who is it then the devil for all? I know and so on and so forth like the now when you lead in like that in this trial. What does that tell you about the way that judicial proceedings went in the sixteen hundreds? Won't bring the mic over..

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"england church" Discussed on WWL

WWL

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"england church" Discussed on WWL

"And I'll give you the cue to call in and win experienced the music of Led Zeppelin by the L P O with Randy Jackson at the Mahalia Jackson theater, Saturday, November third at seven thirty PM. It's a whole lot of love from WWL. Let's go to the talk lines line. One talk to leeann l- applause. What say you lay? Hey, lady, her whole foundation named is kind of ridiculous. Freedom from religion. It's patient out there. It's Fremont religion freedom from it. And this whole separation of church and state thing that's been. That's been missing true for the longest time for congress. I'll make no establishment of religion. Meaning you can't have a church of England church like that here. You can't say, well, this is our religion. It doesn't mean you can't have religion in the public square. Specifically says Paris, I'll make no law establishing want, correct. That have been wrongly interpreted every single point the point that she was trying to make was that in nineteen fifty four a congressional act provided allowing a minister of the gospel to exclude from his gross income, the rental allowance paid to him as part of his compensation, and I listen, I agree that it's been abused. I think she's going for the the low hanging fruit. So to speak with these mega church pastors, which I think everyone will agree. So that's how you get people on your side. Right. She's being a little bit. A little bit overly political talking about. Well, there's Trump appointee. So there's no point, you know. So I mean, if that was the case where Republicans always doing something on favorite, then we wouldn't have here. So I think I think you're using something that most people will agree on and I'm not overly religious. I don't go to church. I mean, I I believe in what I believe. But I believe those things help out four passengers more than they do the mega church once which that should be looked at right? You know, you should have to have some kind of tap for some kind of something to where it's intended to help out low income pastors because religion churches were viewed as a part of our culture, not one church over over another just having Satan that the overall that's a good thing. Dr exceptions to everything. Political in a whole idea of freedom from religion. There is no doubt that she's she's got she's got her agenda, and and her organization, and and it could very well be atheists for all I know. I didn't ask it's not any concern. I was just interested in this section of the internal revenue code. And what your thoughts were another people's.

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"england church" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

Jocko Podcast

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"england church" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

"So it means you're your blood. Goes up and scientifically I don't know, all's I knows it was like. Heart attack now, dude I had and I was like. Whoa. And I just man. I so how do you know what it was an anxiety attack? I told somebody will happen, and then they said attack. I was like, oh, come on having one of those again. That was because we took down to elephants instead of. Why do you think that's the most stressed you've ever been then? No. I mean, again, I I don't feel like it was no. I mean, no, not not even close. I mean anything brought it on. I think it was a little bit of the unknown of what's to come. Now, this is now just got interesting because a year sitting here complaining about the not complaining, but you're making a statement about the unknown now. Imagine getting on board of wouldn't ship examined across the country. That's never, there's no pictures. You don't know what this place looks like. Right. You have expectations if you've heard about Indians right. With Tomahawks. Right? That's what you've heard about. Right? Yeah, that's gotta be stressful. So that was sort of a point when we when you were on last time, it was at sort of everything was launching at one time new factory, all this stuff going on and the day after we recorded that podcast was what the day after I went home and slept that night. We recorded the podcast. Okay. Dang, I remember sitting in the factory that night in a friend of mine drove by late night and we're recording and all the lights are on in the factory and in what it was. It was just crazy. You know, the the old New England church bells in the background. Awesome. Awesome time and that kind of like got me to Reese my body only calmed down at that point. I reset and good. Never had it before. Never had a have after. Well, I'll tell you what was crazy from my perspective is when we were first thinking when we were buying the building and. So I'm kind of, you know, hey, cool. We're buying a building and we got this going on, and then I get up there and I go in the building in the buildings. It's pretty big, you know, and I'm thinking, well, this is a big pretty big building that we have and do we need. I'm thinking to myself, do we need this big of a building? I'm thinking to myself, I would do we get a little crazy with this building, and then I come back now one year later and we have two small of a building even one year. And so instead of there being four people, five people stitching at a time, everyone stitching and there's machines are filled the the shipping areas completely filled with product going out. That's a lot of that's a lot of that's that's like an exponential. How much more are you shipping day now compared to a year ago. We are shipping probably ten times as much right now and it's growing daily exponentially. Well, you know, the thing is is like just to frame this just to frame this, right? It's it's a fallout shelter. I mean, that's what we bought was a follow shelter. It was built during the Cold War. This thing is reinforced like when they brought that eight hundred power and because we had the, we had to bring three phase power in. They had to change the transformers because we were sucking all the power from the pound. So they literally in. And so I was like negotiating with power companies, central main power. And you know, I'd get them up there. I tell mar vision getting by out like because it's a company they're going to negotiate a little bit. Otherwise we'll put up solar exactly. We wait. So they they came in, they put all the new transformers on on the poll, you know, in the ran into building and then the electrical company, the electricity who were friends also of us, and they're like, okay, we got a bore through the concrete, and they barely were able to bore through that concrete have a have. What do you call it cylinder? They took two cylinders out of the wall. He was like, that was so hard because concrete gets harder as it ages, but it is the towns. The factory is the town's fallout shelter. I don't know if I've told you that when you..

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"england church" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

09:44 min | 2 years ago

"england church" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Charlie in Syracuse, New York. Hello, charlie. I just got it. Tapper Nikki inappropriate in might have some point there some of the shooting girl out, but you don't nail down during the anthem in a game where you're making millions. And the people are out there to see. They are an Android more. Again, he has been the beneficiary of this society. And when you start luck lumping in the Michael Browns with the shootings of genuinely questionable circumstances than that. Just simply shows that he's not the sharpest knife in the drawer, quite frankly, needs to target his his complaints a little better than that. Yeah. It will hurt their sale. I buy running shoes. And I I don't usually buy Nike. I think I'll do it. Sure. I I must go. I I again, I I wish I bought more Nike stuff. So I could engage in. A genuine boycott, but regrettably, I've just gotten a position where I can do that. I. But my life centers around something more important than than sneakers. So so bereft of a purpose in life and self esteem and have to worry about what kind of shoes I wear for Pete's sake. I'm not that much of a vacuum. Ed. Well, I got one thing on your back and your supreme court segment. I make a Cavalier's. Absolutely. Well, I got this big theory. Eight of first article where talks about forming a lower court but articles. Gotcha. Both supreme court at work. I served during good behavior. In other words, the doors open their or impeachment by congress is the only one who as Reagan pitchman second through. So they they could. The president's overseeing because he's the Congress's overseen as our elected, but the supreme court is so they're not elected. So they they see a loophole where they got nine members of the board to do what they want and do anything they want. Not absolutely anything. But they're trying to do things that they are not constitutionally allowed to do. Yeah. And so what they need to be overseen by congress was that impeachment apart. And so let me make a decision that obviously is something this politically, correct. And their mind, you mentioned that they they think it's fair to do this. And that one time so what I'm saying is the congress is falling down in cab overseeing the judges, and they have the right to do it. They over if they make a dish. And I think the worst decision probably started are credible coming anyway, politically was removing school says nor for every three exercise, and they and they went crazy on the establishment clause. Well, all that was for. So they didn't have a church that overseas. You know, like an England church had to approve all the partner. So they got to and then they tried to. And I know you tried it would care person and all this stuff. They should impeach. Obviously users his own political. You know awareness to take something in the constitution and make it fit. Well, I would have to agree that it, frankly, there are a lot of judges that have overstep their boundaries. Keep in mind. One of the thing is we we go to another call here. And that is the house of representatives is constitutionally or day the Senate constitutionally ordained, the presidency, the principal cabinet officers, the vice presidency, these are all constitutionally ordained, article three section one of the constitution. The judicial power of the United States shall be vested in one supreme court and in such inferior courts as the congress may from time to time ordain and establish the only part of the judiciary that is ordained by the constitution is the supreme court all the appellate courts all the district courts are creations of congress which can abolish them as they choose. News. And maybe it's time. They started abolishing David in Creston, Iowa. Good evening. Hi, jim. I I tuned in kinda late, but you're talking about Nike. And also the supreme court battle. And that's okay. We don't take it tendency for another five minutes. So go ahead. Anyway, I've been thinking about this new in, you know, flagging stuff, right? These people are not educated at all in his free. They don't have a clue about it. You know, I think they're brain dead or something or they miss something. Back when they needle. Neely? The people that died the black that died in the war that people are the white died America, all the Americans have been wounded and died in still suffering. And if most disrespectful stupid thing I ever showed any idea of suffering is being put on injured reserve. I mean, they these. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Well, they don't care. Okay. They're just trying to make a point. And it's completely futile for people that are halfway intelligent down here. And they just have no respect for anyone to flag, or or just shove it, but you know, they can do it in a different way for sure they certainly could. But of course, they would get all the media attention that they're getting and that's the problem because this is about ego. A lot more than it is about social Justice. Yeah. They're spoiled brats. Okay. I mean. There. I'm concerned. So you know, I wouldn't buy Nike. I wouldn't. I don't even watch the football game. So disgusted with it. If that's all they know in life. The money and run a ball down the field. Lynch. Way out there and making them shell. That's fine. You know, it is unfortunately, all many of them. No. And he's all the standard. Wayne, many of them going from calling an audible at the line of scrimmage to say would you like fries with that? That's they aren't exactly shall we say deep in the in knowledge Hector in New York calls in Hello Hector. How you doing fine? Thank you. Well, I want to talk about this whole kapernick thing question. His qualifications as somebody that sacrifice everything he does sacrificing anything. He's getting filthy rich. Exactly now, I'm a retired veteran. You know, what about that? Thank you for your service, by the way, your actual service. I'm honored, sir. You know, what else Guilmette he sacrifices NFL career serving the army? I'm paid dearly with his life. That's correct. You are absolutely right. You know? Let's And. steer away from bias for, you know, the ones that I've gone into the army, you know, for our soldiers, which I love them very much. I mean, I'm retired army. I just retired. Congratulations. Thank you. Let's talk about policemen. That have died in the lineup duty doing the right thing for what they believe. Yeah. Everything. No respect for them. And if you can in fact show that a cop has abused their thority, then throw the book at him. I'm with you. Exactly, exactly. And you know, what I go a step further. How funny that the NFL has been plag- accusations of spousal abuse. He cruelty, and who are the ones that I rest the police. That's right. I think of all the people to be giving us a guide to moral behavior. I don't think that professional athletes are high on the list of those who should be giving us lessons in how we should behave. They might think about fixing their own problems. I thank you for your service Hector, and I very much. Appreciate your call and your listenership, and the fact that you actually served as opposed to some of these clowns who, of course, never served a day in their life other than as as I said on injured reserve, perhaps one eight six six five O, JIMBO. We could talk some more about cabinet or about Cavanaugh as well. Whatever turns you on one eight six six five O, JIMBO will be back in just a moment. We live in the voice of Pittsburgh. Newsradio ten funny. This is Pittsburgh. PNC how?.

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"england church" Discussed on Answer Me This!

Answer Me This!

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"england church" Discussed on Answer Me This!

"Well he says last sunday i met her at church where she was handing out him books at the post service coffee and bickies we go on like a house on fire and i think there's definitely an attraction there no was there or was that the bickies talking we'll get here on vicki's and we know in control too many post church keys and suddenly everyone's wreck into it depends on the vicki's like if it's if it's good bickies like a chocolate biscuit then yes but if it's dry biscuit like rich deepest those are supposed to dump in the door thing so something sexy is happening around the coffee and the vicki's true lost the trouble a little bit of asking around revealed that she's divorced so i think i'm in with a chance role reaching for you concerned this oscar route ask her out don't wait for another chance interaction right on a bitty would you like to do this in coffee with me sometime on a date but helen unto me this when do i tell her i'm an atheist i only went to church because i was bored and felt like seeing some hymns that's the reason why probably quite people go i think that's the reason why a lot of self professed christians go exactly because people want the community maybe this lady only went because she likes biggies and also i mean you say that your ninth east but if you felt comfortable enough to go to church because you were bored until ising some hymns i'm guessing i could be wrong but i'm presuming you are a lapsed christian also report up the christian background now decided to be fist to be on his for most church of england churches that's enough but they're going to be happy with that if you're in the room you count.

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"england church" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"england church" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"They roost in the roof space they produce droppings urine and feces that fall into the church which creates a lot of mess and terrible smell wants the babies are born the babies fly around the church fly back into the roost then fly out to feed we do not want to remove the bats from the church to stop them entering the building with happy for them to continue to stay in the roof space we're hoping that that would stop the droppings falling into the church and stop them flying around so stop depositing urine and faces all over the church just to be clear the lawers it's currently stands and apologies for the mistake on on the wrist but the lord's that currently stands below you to do that as as it currently stands we need to get special licenses we we've actually been one of the pilot churches on the heritage lottery funded bats in churches partnership which consists of the representative from church of england historic england churches conservation trust and the bat conservation trust everyone has worked together we have now got a special new license that has been created to allow us to restrict the bats into the roof space continue to roost in the space but to keep them out of the to mention the bat conservation trust let's bring in the chief executive kit stone what does the law needs to be changed if sort of arrangements can be made of this what we were just hearing will we don't believe that the lord does to be changed we don't support that propose legislation we didn't think that that blanket approach takes into account the complexity of the different species of bats and also the conflicts architecture historic churches were added it will destroy vital habitats absolutely yes our populations in the uk have undergone significant declines over the past century revival of our native wildlife indicated healthy environment because they've lost that natural habitat have been a number of our species have been forced to.

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"england church" Discussed on 20/20

20/20

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"england church" Discussed on 20/20

"It is it's a big it's a big deal is not easy for anybody by september megan graces the cover of vanity fair it with a headline wild about harry and the couple make their first official appearance at the invictus games carries signature event for wounded warriors even megan's mother doria tax along when meghan made hafez stomach parents with prince harry and she a chat chat say now we know why when the big moment finally arrives eat is far from the glare of blinding flash bulbs sustems typical north america's zina this redoing roasting chicken a message on it was drivers again and it was just just an amazing surprise it was so sweden and natural and very romantic he got on one knee calls it an instant yes yes as a matter of fact i could barely let you finish proposing as it can i say 'us thou should let me finish their courtship far longer and more conventional that his famous parents who met just thirteen times before prince charles popped the question but make no mistake this marriage signals a shift for england's church and for at sovereign this is not the nineteen year old verging kindergarten teacher that his own mother was harry is marrying an american divorced actress who is three years older than he is is there still rebellious street to harry i don't know you tell me there was a time mary divorce is was out of the question gets a kick.

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"england church" Discussed on Nightline

Nightline

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"england church" Discussed on Nightline

"Foreigners drivers again and it was just just an amazing surprise it was so sweden and natural and very romantic he got on one knee calls it an instant yes yes this matter of fact i could barely let you finish proposing as it can i say 'us that should let me furthers their courtship far longer and more conventional that his famous parents who met just thirteen times before prince charles popped the question but make no mistake this marriage signals a shift for england's church and for at sovereign harry is marrying an american divorced actress who is three years older than he is is there still a rebellious streak to harry i don't know you tell me this week there was nothing but well wishes for the happy couple put him in absolutely troves at such at vitalijs threeplusthree offered registered at work for it offers start europa for are the most there is of course one note dip congratulations that will always be missing or to thank him mother would have thought of a insurance over the moon jumping up known nor sirte sides has vote for me but then as in britain story than best friends as friends and our concern arts ernst it is days like dessert today when liberty miss having her around in the spanish of the happy use but i'm sure she's uh she's lift resources with us for nightline i'm elizabeth vargas.

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