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Mahomes leads Chiefs to 42-21 wild-card romp over Steelers

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00:38 sec | 1 hr ago

Mahomes leads Chiefs to 42-21 wild-card romp over Steelers

"Kansas Kansas city city quarterback quarterback Patrick Patrick Mahomes Mahomes threw threw five five touchdown touchdown passes passes in in the the choose choose forty forty two two to to twenty twenty one one victory victory over over the the Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Steelers Steelers after after trailing trailing seven seven nothing nothing in in the the second second quarter quarter Mahomes Mahomes directed directed three three touchdown touchdown drives drives before before halftime halftime we we all all kind kind of of talk talk it it was was like like one one person person talking talking with with everybody everybody talking talking to to each each other other and and we we came came with with a a different different agency agency started started at at second second quarter quarter income income I I carried carried it it the the rest rest of of the the rest rest of of the the game game Steelers Steelers quarterback quarterback Ben Ben Roethlisberger Roethlisberger threw threw a a pair pair of of touchdown touchdown passes passes in in the the final final game game of of his his eighteen eighteen year year career career but but by by that that time time the the chiefs chiefs had had taken taken control control with with thirty thirty five five unanswered unanswered points points Greg Greg Ackland Ackland Kansas Kansas city city

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Towns carries Timberwolves past Curry-less Warriors, 119-99

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00:41 sec | 2 hrs ago

Towns carries Timberwolves past Curry-less Warriors, 119-99

"Karl Karl Anthony Anthony towns towns had had twenty twenty six six points points and and eleven eleven rebounds rebounds to to lead lead the the Timberwolves Timberwolves to to a a one one nineteen nineteen ninety ninety nine nine romp romp over over the the worn worn out out warriors warriors very very happy happy that that we we got got this this when when I'm I'm happy happy to to wait wait plate plate discipline discipline sure sure please please hold hold basketball basketball it it was was it it was was a a great great actress actress Jaylen Jaylen Nowell Nowell scored scored seventeen seventeen points points Emily Emily Beasley Beasley pitched pitched in in sixteen sixteen on on five five second second half half three three pointers pointers the the warriors warriors actually actually lead lead until until Minnesota Minnesota outscored outscored them them forty forty nineteen nineteen over over the the final final sixteen sixteen minutes minutes curry curry was was given given the the night night off off to to rest rest his his injured injured hand hand Jordan Jordan Poole Poole scored scored twenty twenty points points and and Jonathan Jonathan commander commander had had nineteen nineteen for for the the warriors warriors who who played played again again without without dream dream on on green green and and lost lost for for the the fifth fifth time time in in seven seven games games I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie

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Gobert has double-double, Jazz beat Nuggets 125-102

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00:30 sec | 3 hrs ago

Gobert has double-double, Jazz beat Nuggets 125-102

"Rudy Rudy Gobert Gobert returned returned from from a a five five game game absence absence and and led led Utah Utah one one twenty twenty five five one one oh oh two two victory victory over over the the nuggets nuggets go go bear bear was was out out because because of of health health and and safety safety protocols protocols but but made made a a big big difference difference once once he he was was back back on on the the floor floor with with eighteen eighteen points points and and nineteen nineteen rebounds rebounds Donovan Donovan Mitchell Mitchell was was game game high high with with thirty thirty one one points points as as the the jazz jazz ended ended a a four four game game losing losing streak streak Utah Utah scored scored the the first first eleven eleven points points of of the the fourth fourth quarter quarter for for a a one one oh oh two two eighty eighty eight eight lead lead and and the the rest rest was was easy easy the the nugget nugget defeat defeat came came despite despite Nicole Nicole yoga yoga just just ninth ninth triple triple double double of of the the season season Bruce Bruce Morton Morton Denver Denver

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No. 14 Villanova hits 12 3s in 82-42 romp over Butler

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00:28 sec | 5 hrs ago

No. 14 Villanova hits 12 3s in 82-42 romp over Butler

"Calling calling the the last last be be drained drained five five three three pointers pointers while while scoring scoring seventeen seventeen points points as as the the fourteenth fourteenth ranked ranked Wildcats Wildcats clobbered clobbered Butler Butler eighty eighty two two forty forty two two Justin Justin Moore Moore delivered delivered fifteen fifteen points points while while Eric Eric Dixon Dixon Jermaine Jermaine Samuels Samuels each each scored scored fourteen fourteen points points and and Villanova Villanova six six straight straight win win the the Wildcats Wildcats shot shot seventy seventy one one percent percent in in the the first first half half then then opened opened the the second second Levin Levin run run Villanova Villanova is is thirteen thirteen and and four four overall overall six six and and one one in in the the big big east east Chuck Chuck Harris Harris led led the the Bulldogs Bulldogs with with fifteen fifteen points points I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie

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Brady throws for 2 TDs, SB champions dominate Eagles 31-15

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00:31 sec | 7 hrs ago

Brady throws for 2 TDs, SB champions dominate Eagles 31-15

"The the Tampa Tampa Bay Bay Buccaneers Buccaneers scored scored the the first first thirty thirty one one points points of of the the game game and and coasted coasted to to a a thirty thirty one one to to fifteen fifteen victory victory over over the the Philadelphia Philadelphia eagles eagles in in the the NFC NFC wild wild card card round round of of the the playoffs playoffs Tom Tom Brady Brady completed completed twenty twenty nine nine of of thirty thirty seven seven passes passes for for two two hundred hundred seventy seventy one one yards yards and and two two touchdowns touchdowns to to Shawn Shawn Vaughn Vaughn and and Giovanni Giovanni Bernard Bernard each each ran ran for for a a score score the the bucs bucs defense defense held held the the eagles eagles vaunted vaunted running running game game to to ninety ninety five five yards yards on on the the day day eagles eagles quarterback quarterback Jaylen Jaylen hurts hurts ran ran for for thirty thirty nine nine yards yards and and passed passed for for two two hundred hundred fifty fifty eight eight what what was was intercepted intercepted twice twice on on Tom Tom Aikens Aikens

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Pettersson scores twice, Canucks beat Capitals to snap skid

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00:43 sec | 8 hrs ago

Pettersson scores twice, Canucks beat Capitals to snap skid

"The the capitals capitals are are one one three three and and two two in in their their last last six six games games following following a a four four two two loss loss to to the the Canucks Canucks at at least least Patterson Patterson scored scored twice twice in in the the first first five five minutes minutes of of the the second second period period ending ending his his seven seven game game goal goal drought drought dating dating to to December December fourteenth fourteenth safe safe again again to to contribute contribute contribute contribute them them and and help help the the team team I I think think they they played played a a good good team team game game of of six six minutes minutes or or something something sweet sweet we we know know we we can can work work on on but but we we got got the the win win and and we're we're happy happy with with that that Thatcher Thatcher Demko Demko turned turned back back thirty thirty one one shots shots to to help help the the Canucks Canucks and and a a three three game game skid skid ball ball Hornbeck Hornbeck scored scored a a power power play play goal goal in in J. J. T. T. Miller Miller had had an an empty empty netter netter for for Vancouver Vancouver Alex Alex of of edge edge can can scored scored his his twenty twenty sixth sixth goal goal of of the the season season and and seven seven hundred hundred fifty fifty six six of of his his career career I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie

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Booker, McGee help Suns rout Pistons in Michigan homecoming

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00:41 sec | 9 hrs ago

Booker, McGee help Suns rout Pistons in Michigan homecoming

"Devin Devin Booker Booker lights lights up up Detroit Detroit for for thirty thirty points points as as the the sun's sun's route route the the pistons pistons one one thirty thirty five five one one oh oh wait wait the the Suns Suns improved improved to to an an NBA NBA best best thirty thirty three three and and nine nine despite despite losing losing the the entree entree eight eight into into an an ankle ankle injury injury in in the the first first quarter quarter Booker Booker in in the the sun sun took took a a ten ten point point lead lead into into the the half half open open the the third third quarter quarter on on a a fifteen fifteen to to six six run run to to push push at at the the nineteen nineteen and and effectively effectively sealed sealed the the deal deal their their plan plan free free the the point point confident confident and and you you know know we we don't don't want want to to get get caught caught up up in in that that trouble trouble coming coming out out here here and and think think it's it's going going to to be be thing thing is is going going to to be be sweet sweet so so you you know know we we just just came came with with you you know know the the right right mindset mindset and and Kate Kate Cunningham Cunningham helped helped pace pace the the pistons pistons with with twenty twenty one one despite despite being being ejected ejected in in the the third third quarter quarter after after picking picking up up his his second second technical technical foul foul develop develop again again Cameron Cameron Payne Payne each each added added twenty twenty off off the the bench bench to to help help the the Suns Suns improved improved a a three three and and out out on on their their current current five five game game road road trip trip Danny Danny cap cap to to Troy Troy

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COVID deaths and cases are rising again at US nursing homes

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00:50 sec | 14 hrs ago

COVID deaths and cases are rising again at US nursing homes

"The the Omicron Omicron variant variant has has covered covered nineteen nineteen infections infections rising rising again again in in nursing nursing homes homes I'm I'm Ben Ben Thomas Thomas with with a a look look at at some some numbers numbers data data from from the the centers centers for for disease disease control control and and prevention prevention shows shows a a seven seven fold fold increase increase in in covert covert nineteen nineteen cases cases among among nursing nursing home home residents residents in in the the week week ending ending January January ninth ninth that that some some thirty thirty two two thousand thousand cases cases with with six six hundred hundred and and forty forty five five covert covert related related deaths deaths at at the the same same time time more more than than fifty fifty seven seven thousand thousand nursing nursing home home workers workers had had the the virus virus by by far far the the highest highest number number on on record record during during the the pandemic pandemic still still the the situation situation is is not not as as dire dire as as December December twenty twenty twenty twenty one one nursing nursing home home deaths deaths per per week week peaked peaked at at six six thousand thousand two two hundred hundred experts experts credit credit the the high high vaccination vaccination rates rates among among residents residents about about eighty eighty seven seven percent percent are are fully fully vaccinated vaccinated among among staff staff the the number number is is eighty eighty three three percent percent but but only only twenty twenty nine nine percent percent have have received received a a booster booster on on Ben Ben Thomas Thomas

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Allen-led Bills throttle division rival Patriots, 47-17

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00:30 sec | 1 d ago

Allen-led Bills throttle division rival Patriots, 47-17

"The the Buffalo Buffalo Bills Bills score score touchdowns touchdowns the the first first seven seven possessions possessions the the bills bills cruising cruising past past the the patriots patriots forty forty seven seven to to seventeen seventeen Josh Josh Allen Allen threw threw five five touchdown touchdown passes passes the the bills bills franchise franchise playoff playoff record record tight tight end end Dawson Dawson Knox Knox scored scored twice twice running running back back Devin Devin Singletary Singletary had had two two rushing rushing touchdowns touchdowns Peter Peter quarterback quarterback mac mac Jones Jones had had two two touchdown touchdown passes passes and and two two interceptions interceptions in in its its first first playoff playoff game game the the bills bills will will now now either either host host Cincinnati Cincinnati or or should should the the chiefs chiefs beat beat the the Steelers Steelers on on Sunday Sunday night night it'll it'll be be the the bills bills playing playing in in Kansas Kansas city city in in the the divisional divisional round round I'm I'm G. G. Battaglia Battaglia

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Update on the latest sports

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02:00 min | 1 d ago

Update on the latest sports

"AP AP sports sports I'm I'm David David Shuster Shuster at at the the extended extended NFL NFL wildcard wildcard weekend weekend opened opened up up on on Saturday Saturday with with two two games games we we begin begin in in Cincinnati Cincinnati with with mark mark Myers Myers reporting reporting Cincinnati Cincinnati finally finally won won a a playoff playoff game game twenty twenty six six nineteen nineteen over over Las Las Vegas Vegas sending sending a a thirty thirty one one year year drought drought Joe Joe burrow burrow threw threw for for two two touchdowns touchdowns six six sorry sorry for for the the city city for for the the state state but but you you know know we're we're we're we're not not gonna gonna do do on on that that we're we're moving moving forward forward we're we're ready ready however however we we got got planned planned next next will will be be ready ready to to go go and and execute execute the the game game plan plan the the second second year year quarterback quarterback connected connected on on scoring scoring strikes strikes to to CJ CJ use use alma alma and and Tyler Tyler Boyd Boyd and and Evan Evan McPherson McPherson was was good good on on all all four four field field goal goal tries tries and and we we moved moved further further east east now now to to New New York York state state with with Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie filling filling us us in in on on buffalo buffalo and and New New England England Josh Josh Allen Allen and and the the bills bills have have advanced advanced to to the the AFC AFC divisional divisional round round by by blasting blasting the the patriots patriots forty forty seven seven seventeen seventeen Allen Allen set set a a team team playoff playoff record record with with five five touchdown touchdown passes passes to to to to Dawson Dawson Knox Knox Allen Allen was was twenty twenty one one of of twenty twenty five five for for three three hundred hundred eighty eighty yards yards for for the the bills bills who who scored scored on on each each of of their their seven seven possessions possessions it it didn't didn't end end with with the the kneel kneel down down Devin Devin Singletary Singletary ran ran for for two two touchdowns touchdowns in in the the first first half half for for buffalo buffalo that's that's QB QB Matt Matt Jones Jones struggled struggled in in finishing finishing twenty twenty four four of of thirty thirty eight eight for for two two hundred hundred thirty thirty two two yards yards with with two two touchdowns touchdowns and and two two interceptions interceptions on on the the ferry ferry three three more more wild wild card card games games coming coming up up on on Sunday Sunday to to the the NBA NBA Joel Joel Embiid Embiid with with thirty thirty two two points points in in Philadelphia's Philadelphia's one one oh oh two two ninety ninety eight eight victory victory over over Miami Miami we we need need a a body body we we have have to to be be com com perfect perfect and and tonight tonight you you know know I I was was imperfect imperfect but but you you know know that that showed showed up up and and there there were were the the perfect perfect elsewhere elsewhere Brooklyn Brooklyn beat beat New New Orleans Orleans but but Kevin Kevin Durant Durant left left with with a a knee knee injury injury with with an an MRI MRI coming coming up up on on Sunday Sunday on on the the college college level level number number one one went went down down for for the the second second time time this this week week as as Baylor Baylor lost lost at at home home to to Oklahoma Oklahoma state state sixty sixty one one fifty fifty four four elsewhere elsewhere number number two two Gonzaga Gonzaga three three UCLA UCLA and and for for Auburn Auburn all all victorious victorious and and Joe Joe B. B. hall hall who who won won titles titles as as both both a a player player and and a a coach coach at at Kentucky Kentucky he he passed passed away away at at the the age age of of ninety ninety three three I'm I'm David David Shuster Shuster AP AP sports sports

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No. 1 Baylor loses 2nd straight home game, 61-54 to Okla St

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00:31 sec | 1 d ago

No. 1 Baylor loses 2nd straight home game, 61-54 to Okla St

"Top top ranked ranked Baylor Baylor has has now now followed followed a a twenty twenty one one game game winning winning streak streak with with its its first first home home losing losing skid skid in in six six years years Bryce Bryce Thompson Thompson scored scored the the game's game's final final six six points points and and finished finished with with nineteen nineteen is is Oklahoma Oklahoma state state beat beat the the bears bears sixty sixty one one fifty fifty four four Baylor Baylor fell fell behind behind by by as as many many as as seventeen seventeen before before fourteen fourteen to to run run brought brought the the defending defending national national champs champs to to within within fifty fifty five five fifty fifty four four the the only only time time Oklahoma Oklahoma state state trailed trailed was was when when Kendall Kendall brown's brown's basket basket made made it it four four three three only only two two and and a a half half minutes minutes into into the the game game the the bears bears they they missed missed ten ten straight straight shots shots over over a a span span of of more more than than six six minutes minutes I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie

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Embiid scores 32, leads 76ers to 109-98 win in Miami

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Embiid scores 32, leads 76ers to 109-98 win in Miami

"Joe Joe well well indeed indeed scored scored twenty twenty five five of of his his thirty thirty two two points points in in the the second second half half of of the the seventy seventy Sixers Sixers beat beat the the heat heat one one oh oh nine nine ninety ninety eight eight and and beat beat help help the the Sixers Sixers outscore outscore Miami Miami sixty sixty six six forty forty eight eight over over the the final final two two periods periods no no Barbara Barbara was was player player in in the the NBA NBA in in the the first first half half so so there there was was no no way way I I could could play play worse worse than than I I did did so so all all I I needed needed to to do do was was just just been been aggressive aggressive Tobias Tobias Harris Harris added added twenty twenty two two points points on on nine nine of of thirteen thirteen shooting shooting sept sept curry curry finished finished with with twenty twenty one one points points from from Philadelphia Philadelphia which which is is one one nine nine of of ten ten he he leading leading scorer scorer Jimmy Jimmy Butler Butler finished finished with with just just eight eight points points on on one one of of eleven eleven shooting shooting Omar Omar Yurtseven Yurtseven scored scored a a career career high high twenty twenty two two points points and and had had eleven eleven rebounds rebounds from from Miami Miami I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie

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No. 9 Kansas uses big 2nd half to stuff West Virginia, 85-59

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00:32 sec | 1 d ago

No. 9 Kansas uses big 2nd half to stuff West Virginia, 85-59

"Nitrate nitrate Kansas Kansas outscored outscored West West Virginia Virginia fifty fifty two two twenty twenty eight eight in in the the second second half half of of an an eighty eighty five five fifty fifty nine nine route route of of the the mountaineers mountaineers David David McCormick McCormick provided provided nineteen nineteen points points and and fifteen fifteen rebounds rebounds while while Jaylen Jaylen Wilson Wilson added added twenty twenty three three points points and and eight eight boards boards for for the the J. J. hawks hawks who who have have never never lost lost a a W. W. view view in in ten ten meetings meetings at at Allen Allen fieldhouse fieldhouse the the J. J. hawks hawks finished finished with with twenty twenty three three assists assists and and pulled pulled away away after after leading leading by by just just two two at at halftime halftime Kansas Kansas shut shut down down taz taz Sherman Sherman who who accounted accounted for for only only five five points points on on one one of of nine nine shooting shooting Molly Molly curry curry had had twenty twenty three three points points for for the the mountaineers mountaineers I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie

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Vanecek, Wilson lead Capitals past Islanders 2-0

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00:41 sec | 1 d ago

Vanecek, Wilson lead Capitals past Islanders 2-0

"The the capitals capitals four four game game losing losing streak streak is is over over following following a a two two nothing nothing shut shut out out of of the the islanders islanders VTech VTech Bennett Bennett checks checks stopped stopped twenty twenty three three shots shots in in his his third third career career shutout shutout he he got got all all the the support support he'd he'd need need when when Tom Tom Wilson Wilson scored scored four four and and a a half half minutes minutes into into the the game game I I think think we we knew knew what what kind kind of of game game it it was was gonna gonna be be a a new new year year and and I I have have to to work work hard hard and and play play tight tight defense defense so so for for the the most most part part we we didn't didn't we we didn't didn't give give them them much much Alex Alex events events can can added added an an empty empty netter netter is is the the caps caps ended ended the the islanders islanders five five game game home home point point streak streak it it was was a a vet vet can can seven seven hundred hundred fifty fifty fifth fifth career career goal goal set set me me on on fire fire alarm alarm off off made made thirty thirty four four saves saves for for New New York York which which fell fell two two games games under under five five hundred hundred Washington Washington is is eleven eleven four four and and four four on on the the road road as as it it tries tries to to catch catch the the Rangers Rangers and and hurricanes hurricanes for for the the metropolitan metropolitan division division lead lead I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie

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Northwestern holds on to beat No. 10 Michigan St 64-62

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00:29 sec | 1 d ago

Northwestern holds on to beat No. 10 Michigan St 64-62

"Ryan Ryan young young delivered delivered eighteen eighteen points points and and eight eight rebounds rebounds as as northwestern northwestern pulled pulled off off a a sixty sixty four four sixty sixty two two upset upset of of tenth tenth ranked ranked Michigan Michigan state state east east Lansing Lansing the the Wildcats Wildcats held held on on after after Millie Millie call call missed missed a a three three pointer pointer with with four four seconds seconds left left and and Marcus Marcus Bingham Bingham failed failed to to hit hit the the front front end end of of a a one one on on one one with with seven seven tenths tenths of of a a second second to to play play the the Spartans Spartans had had won won nine nine in in a a row row before before northwestern northwestern pulled pulled off off its its first first road road win win over over a a top top ten ten team team in in nearly nearly five five years years Julius Julius marble marble had had a a career career high high eighteen eighteen points points for for the the Spartans Spartans I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie

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Warriors roll to most lopsided win, beat Bulls 138-96

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00:31 sec | 2 d ago

Warriors roll to most lopsided win, beat Bulls 138-96

"The the Golden Golden State State Warriors Warriors bounced bounced back back from from a a blowout blowout loss loss of of the the Bucks Bucks one one night night earlier earlier to to blow blow up up the the Chicago Chicago Bulls Bulls one one thirty thirty eight eight ninety ninety six six Golden Golden State State has has just just a a one one point point lead lead with with four four minutes minutes left left in in the the first first quarter quarter but but then then went went on on a a fifty fifty six six twenty twenty six six run run to to go go up up seventy seventy eight eight forty forty seven seven at at halftime halftime six six warriors warriors scored scored in in double double figures figures led led by by Ricky Ricky jumping jumping coming coming his his twenty twenty five five points points Jordan Jordan Poole Poole scored scored twenty twenty two two Steph Steph curry curry added added nineteen nineteen the the bulls bulls became became the the first first team team in in NBA NBA history history with with the the conference's conference's best best record record to to lose lose consecutive consecutive home home games games played played at at least least twenty twenty five five points points I'm I'm Tom Tom Merriam Merriam

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Booker, Ayton help NBA-leading Suns beat Pacers, 112-94

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00:40 sec | 2 d ago

Booker, Ayton help NBA-leading Suns beat Pacers, 112-94

"Devin Devin Booker Booker D. D. Andriy Andriy Aiden Aiden and and Chris Chris Paul Paul set set the the NBA NBA leading leading sons sons to to a a one one twelve twelve ninety ninety four four when when it it Indiana Indiana Booker Booker was was high high scorer scorer with with thirty thirty five five points points while while Eaton Eaton had had twenty twenty seven seven with with twelve twelve rebounds rebounds Paul Paul chipped chipped in in twelve twelve points points and and nine nine assists assists for for Phoenix Phoenix which which was was tied tied at at seventy seventy six six in in the the third third quarter quarter before before embarking embarking on on a a twenty twenty three three to to run run Booker Booker scored scored twenty twenty two two points points in in the the period period just just started started getting getting on on you you know know they they made made it it a a close close game game the the deuce deuce Todd Todd once once you you started started doing doing that that it it was was one one of of those those not not willing willing to to go go the the Suns Suns improved improved to to thirty thirty two two one one nine nine while while the the Pacers Pacers fell fell to to fifteen fifteen to to twenty twenty eight eight with with their their third third straight straight loss loss Justin Justin holiday holiday had had twenty twenty five five points points to to caris caris levert levert had had twenty twenty for for Indiana Indiana I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie

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No. 7 Purdue dominates Nebraska, Edey and Ivey lead scoring

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00:42 sec | 2 d ago

No. 7 Purdue dominates Nebraska, Edey and Ivey lead scoring

"Zaki Zaki deporting deporting twenty twenty two two points points and and Jaden Jaden Ivey Ivey had had seventeen seventeen at at seven seven Frank Frank Perdue Perdue pounded pounded a a brass brass could could ninety ninety two two sixty sixty five five the the Boilermakers Boilermakers open open on on the the twenty twenty three three four four run run over over the the first first seven seven plus plus minutes minutes eighty eighty says says the the Boilermakers Boilermakers wanted wanted to to get get off off to to a a strong strong start start for for a a change change really really aren't aren't R. R. C.'s C.'s we've we've always always had had kind kind of of a a slow slow start start we've we've gone gone down down like like ten ten points points early early on on for for early early in in games games so so we we won't won't really really focus focus on on coming coming out out strong strong today today coach coach Matt Matt painter painter has has three three hundred hundred sixty sixty nine nine wins wins at at Purdue Purdue to to behind behind piggy piggy Lambert Lambert for for second second on on the the Boilermakers Boilermakers all all time time list list the the Boilermakers Boilermakers are are fourteen fourteen into into overall overall and and three three and and two two in in the the big big ten ten following following their their sixth sixth win win in in seven seven games games the the Braskem Braskem has has dropped dropped five five straight straight and and ten ten of of eleven eleven I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie

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"first five" Discussed on The Thinking Atheist

The Thinking Atheist

04:18 min | 6 months ago

"first five" Discussed on The Thinking Atheist

"Looked at the way in which beth-el got its name. Did jacob change it on his way to laban's house or on his return trip from laban's house. We looked at the conflicting information concerning the father-in-law of moses. What was his name was it jeff. Throw away all or ho- bob. Finally we turned our attention briefly to the legal sections of the pentateuch examining the laws that were set forth concerning the keeping of israelite slaves. We noted that there are inconsistencies between the three legal sections including by their israelites. Could even keep their fellow israelites. Slaves although the chapter is generally avoided the discussion of the different theories on the authorship of the pentateuch it will be helpful to briefly address challenge that is posed by christian apologists. With some regularity you'll often hear biblical scholars can't even agree on how they think depend too was written as an argument against multiple authorship. If scholars can't agree on who did write the pentateuch. Why should we listen when they tell us that. Moses didn't while this criticism would in no way established the validity of their own position. It is a gross oversimplification of the opinions of scholars in the field. Pentacle studies this quote. From reinhard kratz puts this disagreement into perspective the basic presupposition of all three hypotheses. Is that the panel to gives not a literary unity but instead developed over time and is comprised of different literary layers. This presupposition is not arbitrary but instead response to problems presented by the text itself and all of the hypotheses scholars are in agreement that the pentateuch genesis through deuteronomy or the heck's tuke genesis through joshua is composed of at least three literary strata deuteronomy de the priestly writing p. Including age the holiness code and the non priestly taxed in genesis through numbers non. P everything else is open for discussion in other words scholars in the field of pentacle. Studies may disagree on the specific way. In which the final form of the text came to be but they agree that it was not written by one person. It's clear to those in the field that the narrative problems and the text itself not religious precept. Physicians have led scholars to develop these hypotheses of composition in conclusion. Ancient texts are rarely straightforward and easy to understand. This often applies to how they came into being and were transmitted through time. Many have taken for granted that the first five books of the bible. The pentateuch were written by moses and underwent little to no redaction or editorial history during their transmission to us today when mosaic authorship is challenged based on the data found in the pentateuch itself. This can be seen as a direct attack on the god of the bible christianity or persons faith in jesus christ in addition many proponents of mosaic authorship views such critical analysis of the text as motivated by an anti-god or anti christian bias in this view critical scholars are out to prove the bible wrong in any way that they can to advance their anti-god. This is simply not the case as we have hopefully demonstrated there are literary problems with adhering to a single mosaic authorship including contradictions and other such narrative and textual inconsistencies. This and not some anti christian agenda is what leads biblical scholars to critically. Examine the formation of the pentateuch. The bible is a complicated book. Advancing our knowledge and understanding of its compositional. History can only serve to move the field forward by seeking to honestly engage with the text in an unbiased and open.

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"first five" Discussed on The Thinking Atheist

The Thinking Atheist

09:31 min | 6 months ago

"first five" Discussed on The Thinking Atheist

"Forward just five verses to exodus three one now. Moses was shepherding the flock of Throw his father-in-law the priest of median. Excuse me i thought his name was re awale. Now it's jethro. We see ja- throw later in exodus four as well as in chapter eighteen further complicating. The matter is a passage in numbers. Ten and moses said to ho bob son radio et al. The midnight father-in-law of moses numbers ten twenty nine a. Furthermore and judges for eleven. Now heber that can night had spread out from the Nights from the sons of ho bob. The father in law of moses milgram rights concerning numbers. Ten twenty nine. The identification of ho bob is difficult. He's designated here as moses father-in-law also in judges one sixteen and judges for eleven a role assigned to rayo in exodus to eighteen and two jethro in exodus. In other words we seem to have three individuals who are named in the pentateuch as the father in law of moses. Ja- throw away al and ho- bob. There are several different proposed solutions to this contradictory information. Crop lists seven different suggestions but this is no surprise given what we've seen with the previously contradictory or inconsistent narrative problems as with the earlier literary issues. We must ask ourselves if assuming that railway was really the grandfather of the daughters in exodus to or that houghton father in law should be understood as brother in law are really the most reasonable solutions particularly in light of the larger literary issues that we've been identifying can israel have hebrew slaves. It depends for our final inconsistency. We'll briefly look at the three legal sections of the pennock that deal with the practice of slavery particularly with respect to the taking of fellow israelites as slaves. If these were the writings of a single author particularly referring to the same set of laws given by god we expect to see consistency throughout the different sections. When we look at the specific passages about the hebrew slave we see that they do not always align with one another. The three primary legal sanctions concerning slavery are exodus. Twenty one deuteronomy fifteen and leviticus. Twenty five in exodus. Twenty one we see the following regulations with respect to male hebrew slaves. If you buy a hebrew slave six years he will serve and in the seventh. He will go out free without payment exodus. Twenty one to from this. We learned several things first. The israelites can purchase slaves. Second fellow israelites can be purchased a slaves third. The term limit is set at six years for the hebrew slave. He is to be released in the seventh year. Thus and israel line to owes a debt could find himself purchased by another israelite however the law stated that he could only be capped as a slave for a maximum of six years when we turn to deuteronomy fifteen however we see a slightly different set of laws. If your brother a male or female hebrew is sold to you he will serve you six years and in the seventh you will send him out free from you and when you send him away from you you will not send him away empty. You will surely supply him from your flock and from your threshing floor and from your wind bat. That which y'all way your god has blessed you with you will give to him. Deuteronomy chapter fifteen versus twelve through fourteen while there are certainly recognizable similarities. There are obvious differences between this passage. And what is seen in exodus. Twenty one both passages allow israelites to be purchased as slaves by other israelites. Both passages set the terms of slave service to six years with release in the seventh in deuteronomy fifteen however the israelites slave is not only to be released after six years but the master is required to provide him with extensive provisions in order for him to be reestablished financially. When we come to leviticus twenty five however we see a vastly different legal scenario. And if your brother with you becomes poor and sells himself to you. You are not to make him. Serve the service of a slave as a hired worker or tenant farmer he will be with you until the year of jubilee he will serve with you then he will go out from you. He and his children with him and he will return to his family and to the landed property of his father's he will return for they are my slaves whom i brought out of the land of egypt. They will not be sold in a slave sale. You shall not rule over him with violence but you will fear your god. Leviticus chapter twenty five versus thirty nine through forty three. The differences and this section of the law are striking while this is not the place to go through the various legal nuances. Several things are clear first. The israelite is not allowed to make a fellow israelites. Serve as a slave second. The seventh year released does not appear in this section rather the israelite is to serve as a hired worker or tenant farmer until the next year of jubilee which comes around every fiftieth year at the of jubilee. The man and all of his family are to be released to return to their landed. Property as the israelites are god's slaves. They are not allowed to be sold as slaves to another while. There are many other aspects to these three legal sanctions. My only point here is to highlight the different laws that appear within them concerning the israelites. Slave if you ask cannon isrealite keep another israelite as a slave the answer will be it depends on where you look the laws of exodus. Twenty one and deuteronomy fifteen explicitly allow for israelite slavery that can last for up to six years although the specifics of the laws differ in both passages. However if you go to lubbock. As twenty-five the law forbids in israelite from keeping another israelite as a slave they are to serve as a hired worker and then be released not after six years but at the year of jubilee conclusion the mosaic authorship of the penalty guess highly contentious and generally hinges upon the unity of the narrative. If moses had ridden the vast majority of the pentateuch it would show a unified and consistent story if you open any number of biblical commentaries on the books of the pentateuch particularly genesis. You'll see that. A significant percentage of scholars will go to sometimes great lengths to present evidence for the unity of the taxed. As we've seen the obstacle to this unity is the presence of contradictions and inconsistencies in the narrative while there are at least two primary theories on how the penatta came into its final or canonical form. Explaining them was not the focus of this chapter instead. We examined the reason that scholars form theories to account for what we see in the story. Why have pinnacle specialists concluded that the tax was not written by just one person as we saw the problems in the narrative things like contradictions and inconsistencies led scholars to engage in this investigation we briefly over viewed some of the history of research but only to set the background for why scholars began to formulate theories for the multiple authorship of the pentateuch. As we've seen it was the problems in the narrative in this chapter we analyzed in some detail just a few of the many literary problems in the torah. we examined the contradictions between the accounts of creation. Seen in genesis one and two particularly with respect to the order in which the events took place our investigation then moved to the flat story focusing on the curious differences between the command to take animals on the ark as well as the duration of the flood itself. The third story that showed narrative problems was genesis thirty seven and the sale of joseph into slavery. Who sold him. The taxed is not consistent on that issue..

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The Thinking Atheist

09:29 min | 6 months ago

"first five" Discussed on The Thinking Atheist

"Attempted to maintain the components of the canonical text which led to some creative reconciliations abraham ibanez rod determined that the media nights and the ishmaelites were actually the same based on his understanding of judges. A twenty four where the defeated midnights seemed to be equated with the ishmaelites and he said i do have on request. That each of you. Give me an earring. From your share of the plunder it was the custom of the ishmaelites to wear gold earrings baden rights ibanez red drew on a passage and judges. And which the kings of median defeated by gideon are said to wear your rings because they were ishmaelites who tend to wear earrings as the biblical author assumes everyone knows others saw the two groups as distinct but working together while some argued that the brothers must have sold joseph to the ishmaelites who then sold him to merchants then sold him to the media nights who then took him to egypt. Scouse comments concerning possible. Reconciliations are useful. Here it is not enough. For example to assert that ishmaelites and media nights are two names for one. People referencing judges a twenty four because insurmountable difficulties remain. I will mention two of them. Why would one use two different names to designate. One people in the same verse genesis. Thirty seven twenty eight and elsewhere genesis. Thirty seven thirty six and thirty nine one in order to solve this problem. Some exegetes argued that in the present. Text the brothers. Sell joseph to the ishmaelites media nights. But in this case we must ask ourselves where rubin was at that moment if he was not with the brothers. Why does the tax not explain this if he is with the brothers joseph is sold. Why does he go to look for him. In thirty seven twenty nine can the contradictions in this story. Be reconciled maybe a better question is should they be as we just saw in the flood story. Contradicting details in a narrative can be indicative of something other than bad storytelling if you look closely paying careful attention to the narrative flow. You'll find that as with the flood story. Genesis thirty seven appears to contain two versions of the joseph story baden rights each story represents a fully conceived internally consistent narrative a distinct historical claim relating how joseph was sold and transported to egypt. Neither has any gaps that are filled by the other reading them in isolation is and fact far simpler than trying to understand them in light of each other whether you conclude that there are two independent sources and genesis. Thirty seven or that. The chapter is the product of a main story with layers of redaction. The narrative problems are indicative of something more than single authorship once in a name the story of beth-el having examined some of the larger passages that contain contradictory information. We now turn to some of the simpler or more straightforward contradictions. These examples are being taken from the long list. Provided in baden's that composition of the pentateuch renewing documentary hypothesis. Although we'll investigate a few of these examples in greater detail a fuller list of doublets contradictions and inconsistencies can be found in his publication. You should just go buy a copy if you ask me. We begin with the different explanations. For how the city of beth-el got its name in genesis. Twenty eight after being blessed. By his father isaac jacob flees from his brother to the city of horon on the way he stops to rest while he sleeps. God comes to him in a dream. Promising him that he will be the recipient of all the promises of abraham and isaac we then read and jacob awoke from his sleep in said truly. Y'all way is in this place. But i did not know it. And he was afraid and said how awesome is this place. It is nothing else. But the house of god and this is the gate of heaven. Genesis twenty eight verses sixteen and seventeen the dream and its content. Were so vivid. That jacob knew that this was the house of god in response. We see genesis twenty eight versus eighteen and nineteen and jacob rose up early in the morning and took the stone on which he set his head and he placed it has a standing stone and he poured oil on its top and he called the name of that place battle the house of god although laws was the name of the city formerly because of his encounter with god in the dream the story records that jacob renamed band city bath bell which was formerly called laws this is a rather straightforward etiological story. It explains the origin of the name. Beth-el the problem is only a few chapters later. Jacob seems to have another encounter with god this city and again he changes the name to beth-el and god appeared to jacob again when he came from padania rom and he bless him and god said to him. Your name is jacob. Your name will not be called jacob any longer but rather israel will be your name and he called his name israel and god said to him i am else. Should i be fruitful. And multiply a nation and an assembly of nations will come from you and kings will go out from your loins. And the land which i have given to abraham and to isaac to you i will give it and to your descendants after you i will give the land and godwin up from him in the place where he spoke to him genesis thirty five versus nine through thirteen. Here we see a similar encounter with god to what we saw in genesis. Twenty eight as jacob was leaving canaan a similar blessing is given an emphasis is again placed on the area in which god appeared. We then see a similar ritual. Being performed by jacob israel genesis thirty five versus fourteen and fifteen and jacob sat up a standing stone in the place where god spoke to him a stone pillar and import out on it a libation and he poured out oil upon it. And jacob called the name of the place where. God had spoken with him. Beth-el thus jacob names the place bethel on his way out of canaan in genesis twenty eight and again on his way back into canaan in genesis. Thirty five not only is the naming the same in both events but the circumstances are quite similar. God appears to jacob make similar promises to him and jacobs response is to perform essentially the same ritual however one addresses the double naming of the site of beth-el it clearly presents a narrative inconsistency and should move us to investigate literary explanations. Who's your daddy moses's father-in-law we now turn to another small but potentially significant contradiction in the story to reiterate these types of narrative contradictions on their own are not likely to cause anyone a great deal of distress however they are specific inconsistencies to which you can point in order to help a christian apologist justify taking the multiple author theories more seriously within the biblical text three. Different names are given for moses father-in-law ray. Al exodus to fifteen jethro exodus. Three one and ho- bob numbers ten twenty nine starting in exodus when moses fled from egypt. We're told that he went to the land of median and stopped to arrest at a well now. The priest of median had seven daughters and they came drew water and filled the water troughs to water the flock of their father and the shepherds came and drove them away and moses rose up and rescued them and watered their flock. Then they went to al their father and he said why have you returned so quickly today and they answered an adoption man delivered us from the hand of the shepherds and even drew water forests and watered the flock. Then he said to his daughters where is he. Why did you not help. The man call to him and let him eat. Bread exodus chapter two versus sixteen through twenty having rescue the daughters of the priest median right away. Ual moses. mary's one of his daughters tzipora exodus chapter tubers. Twenty-one i can almost hear the reader now yeah so..

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09:33 min | 6 months ago

"first five" Discussed on The Thinking Atheist

"You get there. Joseph in genesis thirty seven another narrative in genesis that is generally understandable but lacks continuity in the details. Is the story of joseph in genesis. Thirty seven if you recall. Joseph was his father's favorite son of fact that did not go unnoticed by his brothers in genesis thirty seven. His brother's capture him with the intention of killing him but reconsider and sell him into slavery. And instead joseph ends up in egypt sold as a slave to a man named potter. Far the question is how exactly did joseph get there. Let's take a look at the relevant sections of the chapter to see the problem. Genesis thirty seven nineteen and twenty says and each one said to the other here comes that dreamer come on. Let's kill him and throw him into one of the pits and we will say that a wild animal eighty then we will see what will become of his dreams so far so good. Joseph had angered his brother's earlier in the chapter telling everyone in the family about dreams he was having in which he ended up ruling over them all his brothers then plan to kill him and get rid of his body throwing it into one of the nearby pits but reuben heard. Dan rescued him from their hands. He said let's not murder him. And ruben said to them do not shed blood throw him into this pit that is in the desert but do not stretch out your hand against him. He did this to rescue him from their hands and to return him to his father. Genesis thirty seven versus twenty one through twenty three reuben to the rescue hearing of their plot. Ruben convinces his brothers not to murder joseph but instead to throw him into one of the pits and the desert and leave him for dead. Rubens plan was to later return. Pull them out and take him back home safely. Although the repetition of ruben suggestion should give us pause let's give the narrative the benefit of the doubt and say that in general it makes sense so far and when joseph came to his brothers they stripped joseph of his tunic the decorated tunic that was on him and they took him and cast him into the pit and the pit was empty. There was no water in it and they sat down to eat a meal and they lifted up their eyes and looked and there was a caravan of ishmaelites coming from gilliat and their camels were carrying laudanum. Resin balsam and mastic heading down to egypt. Genesis chapter thirty seven versus twenty three through twenty five okay. Joseph arrives at his brother's location but the welcoming party strips him of his special coat and throws him into an empty pit to die. Then they sit down to get a by to eat but notice a caravan of ishmaelites passing by on their way down to egypt then judah said to his brothers what will be the prophet if we kill our brother and cover up his blood. Come on let sell him to the ishmaelites. Let's not set our hands against him for. He is our brother and our flesh and his brothers agreed genesis. Thirty seven twenty seven okay. New plan judah compels his brothers to sell joseph to this passing caravan of ishmaelites instead of murdering him. I mean come on. He is their brother. Plus they'll leave and turn a profit but now the story gets a little more complicated genesis. Thirty seven twenty eight and midnight merchantmen were passing by and they pulled joseph up out of the pit and they sold joseph to the ishmaelites for twenty shackles of silver. And they brought joseph to egypt So the brothers are eating. They see the ishmaelites and they decide to sell. Joseph bought a group of midnights comes along and pulls joseph out of the pit and sells him to the ishmaelites before the brothers can get back apparently and it gets more complicated genesis. Thirty seven thirty and reuben returned to the pit. But joseph was not there and he tore his clothes and he returned to his brothers and said he is not there. And i. Where will i go. So ruben returned to the pit. This probably seems a little strange to the reader as earlier. Reubens plan was to throw joseph in the pit so that he could later return and rescue him. What was his plan here. According to the story we'd expect one of the brothers to go and pull joseph onto the pit in order to sell him would ruben of hope to reach joseph. I pulled him out and rush away before his brothers could sell off. It is possible. I suppose that ruben volunteered to go and fetch joseph so they could sell him to the ishmaelites all the while planning some great escape for him that the text doesn't tell us about but it's not actually a contradiction at this point. It's just a little weird the following verses genesis chapter thirty seven verses thirty one through thirty five described the brothers response they take joseph's tunic dip it in goat blood and take it back to their father who assumes joseph has been killed by a wild animal and mourns his loss genesis thirty seven thirty six and the midi night sold him to egypt to potter. Far the official aveiro the head of the guards. Wait what i thought. The midi nights happened upon joseph in a pit in the desert and sold him to the ishmaelite merchant caravan now. The story has the media night. Selling joseph to egypt directly to potter. Far as a slave. What gibbs but the fun doesn't stop there in genesis. Thirty nine one. We see the following background information now. Joseph had been brought down to egypt where potter far had purchased him from the ishmaelites. Who brought him down there. In short the question is how did joseph get to egypt. Was he sold into slavery by ishmaelites midia nights both in verses twenty five through twenty seven. The brothers agreed to sell him to ishmaelites. But in verse. Twenty eight midnight traders. Come by and pull joseph up out of the pit so who sells him to the ishmaelites is he. Sold to the ishmaelites. The issue translates verse. Twenty eight so when the midnight. Merchants came by his brothers pull. Josefa pouted of the cistern and sold him for twenty shekels of silver to the ishmaelites. Who took him to egypt. Genesis thirty seven twenty eight. however the hebrew makes no mention of the brothers it says and media night men who were merchants passed by and they pulled and lifted up joseph from the pit and they sold joseph to the ishmaelites genesis. Thirty seven twenty eight. We would expect the they here to refer to the midnights not the brothers if this were not complicated enough in verse thirty six. We learned that. The midnight sold joseph to potter far in egypt. But in genesis thirty nine one. We see that it was the ishmaelites who would sold joseph. There what are we to make of all of this sky summarizes the issue although it's probably already quite clear to you. We encountered the main difficulty of the narrative of genesis thirty seven in verses twenty eight and thirty six we do not know exactly how joseph was sold indeed many readings at the passage possible. Joseph could have been sold to the ishmaelites by his brothers or kidnapped by the midnights who then sold him to the ishmaelites or abducted by midnights. Who sold him to potter far in egypt. The problem of course is that all of these options can't be true and it's hard to make them fit with one another. Although many have tried over the centuries early interpretations both simply deleting either one or both groups midnights or ishmaelites from the story for example in the book of jubilees. We read during the seventh year of this week. He sent joseph from his house to the land of him to find out about his brother's welfare. He found them in the land of dothan they acted in a treacherous way and made a plan against him to kill him but after changing their minds they sold him to a traveling band of ishmaelites. They brought him down to egypt and sold him to potter. Far pharaohs eunuch the chief cook and the priest of the city of ailieu jubilees thirty four ten and eleven..

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07:05 min | 6 months ago

"first five" Discussed on The Thinking Atheist

"Seven pairs of birds. These are just two examples. Among many the other apparent literary contradiction in. This passage is the length of the flood itself. We have to durations that are repeated throughout the story forty days and forty nights genesis seven four twelve and seventeen and one hundred fifty days genesis. Seven twenty four and genesis eight three. Which is it again as we will see there are several attempts at reconciling these disparate numbers by christian apologists. The question is are they reasonable. More reasonable than other readings of the taxed. So how long did the flood last was at forty or one hundred fifty days. Hamilton sees these two numbers as part of the overall duration of the flood. That is one hundred ninety days overall. Does this hold up under closer. Scrutiny and genesis chapter eight verses six and seven we read at the end of the forty days noah opened the window of the ark which he had made and he sent out a raven and it went out going back and forth until the waters dried up upon the earth. There seem to be two options for when during the flood period. These forty days are to be placed if we are to conclude that these are the same forty days that it rained upon the earth and the remaining one hundred ten days were spent floating on the water's at their ultimate height then genesis eight six and seven strains credulity we'd have to assume that the rain stopped but the waters continued to increase greatly for the remainder of the one hundred fifty days. It would have been during this tumultuous movement of the arc which was being swept about by the increasing flood that noah would decide to open the window of the ark and send out the raven to find dry land. This seems quite unlikely. The other option might be to assume that noah following the one hundred fifty days of the flood when the ark came to rest on the mountains of erat genesis eight four way did not only more than two months when the tops of the mountains became visible but an additional forty days before opening the hatch. This seems to be the intent of the canonical version of the story. However several questions immediately jump out at the reader how is the arc coming to rest in the mountains of ararat but the tops of the mountains are not able to be seen for a further two plus months hamilton writes i see no credible way of harmonizing. The information of verse. Five with verse four. I four clearly states that the ark rested on one of the mountains of era rat in the seventeenth day of the seventh month yet. Verse five states that no mountain top was spotted until the first day of the tenth month. A more plausible way to understand. These passages is to see to narrative traditions collins identifies two different versions of the story j. p. within the text of his introduction to the hebrew bible and duta canonical books laying them out so the reader can see how they could be understood to fit together. Jay and you always shut him in. The flood continued forty days on the earth and the water's increased and raise the arc so that it rose above the earth all in whose nostrils was the merest breath of life. All that was on dry land died. J. all existence on the earth was blotted out man cattle creeping things and birds of the sky. They were blotted out from the earth. Only noah was left and those with him in the arc p. and when the waters had swelled on the earth one hundred fifty days god remembered noah and all the beasts and all the cattle that were with him and the ark and god caused a wind to blow across the earth and the waters subsided. The fountains of the deep and the floodgate of the sky were stopped up. Jay and the rain from the sky was held back. The waters then receded steadily from the earth at the end of the one hundred fifty days. The waters diminished so that in the seventh month on the seventeenth day of the month the ark came to rest on the mountains of ararat. The waters went on diminishing until the tenth month in the tenth month on the first of the month. The tops of the mountains became visible jay at the end of the forty days noah opened the window of the ark that he had made notice how when the narrative is separated in this way there is continuity between both stories for example if you combine the section of the j. story above you get galway. Shut him in. The flood continued forty days on the earth. All existence on the earth was blotted out man cattle creeping things and birds of the sky they were blotted out from the earth. Only noah was left and those with him in the ark and the rain from the sky was held back. The waters receded. Steadily from the earth at the end of the forty days noah opened the window of the ark that he had made in this reconstruction. There's no need to reconcile the apparent contradiction with respect to the duration of the flood. The forty days and forty nights of flood would not be part of the one hundred fifty days nor would it be time that would follow the one hundred fifty days. It would simply be part of another. Tradition does men rights concerning the former tradition. The one with the forty days. The flood is a rain storm that lasts for forty days genesis seven four before a wind dries up the water genesis. Eight two and three no investigates the aftermath through a window in the arc concerning the latter version. The waters of the flood are not rain. the flood is caused. When the waters of heaven mabul held back by the firmament on the second day of creation and the pre creation chaotic waters of the deep break out upon the earth. These waters undo the structure of creation rising fifteen cubits above the highest mountain for one hundred fifty days. The same is true for the first contradiction. the number of animals that noah was to take on the ark. If you examine the story closely you can see that two versions. Appear.

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06:35 min | 6 months ago

"first five" Discussed on The Thinking Atheist

"It's interesting to see how some scholars have attempted to reconcile these contradictory accounts for example. Victor hamilton argues that the creation of animals in genesis two is not the first creation of animals but the creation of a specific group for adam to name that occurs after the creation of animals in genesis. One twenty four and twenty five. Of course this seems to fly in the face of the natural reading of the verse. And y'all way. God formed from the ground every animal of the field and every bird of the heavens and he brought them to the man to see what he would name them and everything that the man named each living animal bat was its name genesis two nineteen in short there appear to be contradictions between the account of creation given in genesis. One one through four a and what we see in genesis two four b through twenty five. We focused on the contradictions and inconsistencies in the sequence of events that are given in the creation accounts although that is but the tip of the iceberg however our goal here is only provide a specific contradiction that can be supported by the data and easily demonstrated flooded with contradictions genesis. Six through nine. The story of the flood is a contentious one for any number of reasons. Some apologised will argue for the historical veracity of the flood while others will focus on justifying worldwide genocide. That's committed by the deity in this section. However our only concern is the narrative consistency of the story david carr lists sixteen doubled elements that appear in the flood story alone. Including things like god's decision to destroy humanity genesis six seven and six thirteen his announcement of the coming of the flood genesis. Six thirteen and seven four the command to bring the animals on the ark genesis six versus nineteen and twenty and genesis seven versus two and three and the drying of the ground genesis. Eight thirteen b and eight fourteen. Be while there are clearly many examples in this story of these doublets and contradictions. We'll focus only on to the number of animals that noah was commanded to bring on the ark and the duration of the flood. Let's begin with the number of animals that were to be brought on the ark genesis chapter six versus nineteen and twenty says and from every living thing from all flesh. You are to bring two of each the art to keep alive with you. They will be male and female from the birds. According to their species and from the animals according to their species and from every creeping thing of the ground according to their species two of each will come to you to be kept. Alive seems fairly straightforward. Bring two of every kind of animal male and female however four verses later we read from every clean animal. You will take to yourself. Seven pairs a male limits mate and from the animals that are not clean a pair a male and it's made also from the birds of heaven seven pairs male and female to keep the seed alive upon the surface of the earth genesis chapter seven versus two in three here. The command is different rather than two of every animal. No i is to take seven pairs of clean animals and birds and one pair of those that are not clean what we had therefore is a first set of commands ordering noah to take two of every kind of animal while the second set instructs him instead to take seven pairs of clean animals and seven pairs of birds and one pair of all the not clean animals. What are we to make of all of this again. There's a multitude of data that could be brought to bear concerning the narrative of the flood. Story our only point here is to identify if there is in fact a narrative problem that is likely a contradiction in the story as with the creation story. There are many proposed solutions to this issue. For example argued by some that genesis chapter six versus nineteen and twenty represents number of animals needed to repopulate the earth while the animals in genesis seven. Two and three is that number plus additional animals required for sacrifice after the flood. Another argument is that the hebrew word for two used in genesis. six nineteen and twenty nine is simply a collective term for pairs of animals. No what is being instructed to bring in seven pairs of clean and one pair of unclean animals in other words. God i gives him the general instruction you are going to bring pairs of animals on the ark. Later god's specifies now. I want you to bring seven pairs of clean animals and birds but only one pair of each animal. That is not clean. What is the most reasonable solution for someone with a theological presupposition about the unity inspiration and in errands. E of the text any of the proposed solutions if possible will suffice allowing for there to be no strict proof of a contradiction. Many popular commentaries carry these types of reconciliations. Walt key for example writes in typical semitic style this summary injunction to take pairs of animals into the art is now developed by the more specific injunction to take seven pairs of clean animals similarly when ham explains according to six nineteen and twenty pairs of all kinds of creatures would come to the arc to preserve life on earth here no is told specifically to admit additional clean land animals seven pairs of each and seven pairs of birds. These are just two examples. Among many the other apparent literary contradiction in. This passage.

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The Thinking Atheist

09:52 min | 6 months ago

"first five" Discussed on The Thinking Atheist

"Now about an hour of chapter four. From dr joshua bowen's book the atheist handbook to the old testament if someone begins to read the old testament for the first time it probably won't take them long to realize that genesis one one through two four. A sounds quite different from genesis. Two four b through to twenty five if they're paying close attention to the narrative chapter two seems to tell the story of creation for a second time collins writes whatever the origin of the adam and eve story it stands in sharp contrast to the priestly account of creation that now forms the opening chapter of the bible not only does the sequence of events differ from the first account to the second but the writing style is quite distinct and this section however we will only focus on the order of the events as described in the two accounts identifying and explaining how they differ from and are contradictory to one another. Let's begin with genesis one. If we go through the chapter we see the following order in the events of creation day one light and god said let there be light and there was light and god saw the light was good and god divided between the light and the darkness and god called the light day and the darkness. He called night. Genesis chapter one three through five day to the vault sky and god made the vault and he divided between the waters that are under the vault and the waters that are above the vault and it was so genesis one seven days three dry land sees and vegetation and god said let the waters be gathered together under the heavens to one place and let the dry land appear and it was so and god called the dry land earth and the accumulation of the waters he called seas and god saw that it was good and god said let the earth sprout vegetation plants producing seed fruit trees producing fruit according to its species who seed is in it upon the earth and it was so genesis chapter one versus nine to eleven day four sun moon and stars and god made the two great lights the great light to rule the day and the small light to rule the night and the stars genesis one sixteen day five sea creatures and birds and god said let the waters team with swarms of living creatures and birds fly over the earth over the surface of the vault of the heavens genesis one twenty day six land creatures and mankind and god said let the earth bring forth living creatures according to their species beast and creeping animals animals of the earth according to their kind and it was so and god said let us make mankind in our image according to our likeness and let them rule over the fish of the sea and the birds of the heavens and the beasts and all the earth and all the creeping things that creep upon the earth and god created humanity in his image in the likeness of god he created them male and female he created them genesis chapter one versus twenty four twenty six and twenty seven the narrative in genesis two is not as literally structured as genesis one nevertheless we can determine the sequence in which god created and organized event one man created then y'all way god formed the man with dust from the ground and he blew into his nostrils the breath of life and the man became a living creature genesis two seven event to god plants garden and y'all way god planted a garden in eden in the east and he sent the man there who me informed genesis two wait event three god causes vegetation to grow and y'all way god caused every tree that is pleasing to the eye and good for food to sprout from the ground along with the tree of life in the midst of the garden and the tree of the knowledge of good and evil genesis two nine event for god puts man in the garden to work it and y'all way took the man and settled him in the garden of eden to work and tend it genesis two fifteen event five god creates the animals and jawa god formed from the ground every animal of the field that every bird of the heavens and he brought them to the man to see what he would name them and everything that the man named each living animal that was its name genesis two nineteen event six god creates woman and yeah away god made a woman from the rib that he took from the man and he brought her to the man genesis two twenty two when you view both sets of creative than organizing events. You quickly see that. They appear rather contradictory with respect to their order while we won't point out every discrepancy between these two accounts and their canonical forms. Let's highlight a few. For example. when was man created in genesis one versus twenty six and twenty seven. God creates humanity on the six day the end of the creation period. Furthermore he creates man and woman at the same time and god created humanity in his image in the image of god he created them male and female he created them. But what are we see in genesis. Two man is god's first creation in genesis two seven. And y'all way. God formed the man with dust from the ground and he blew into his nostrils the breath of life and the man became a living creature. In contrast woman is his final creation after the vegetation and animals and where was humanity supposed to live in genesis chapter one versus twenty eight and twenty nine. We see god's command and god blessed them and god said to them be fruitful and multiply and fill the earth and subdue it and rule over every fish of the sea and over every bird of the heavens and over every living thing that creeps upon the ground and god said look. I have given you every plant bearing see that is upon the surface of the earth and every tree that has seed bearing fruit in it is yours for food so god commands humanity to fill the earth and to rule over all the animals that were created. In contrast we read in genesis chapter two versus fifteen through seventeen. And y'all way. God took the man and settled him in the garden of eden to tend and guard it. And y'all away. God commanded the man saying from every tree of the garden. You may certainly eat but from the tree of the knowledge of good and evil. You must not eat. We see that the man and woman do in fact remain in the garden until they're driven out as a result of their disobedience genesis. Three twenty three. It seems as though the story genesis one commands them to go into all the world while they're expected to remain in the garden in genesis. Two with regards to animals and birds in genesis one. We see that birds were created before the land animals which were created before mankind genesis one twenty says and god said let the waters team with swarms of living creatures and let birds fly over the earth over the surface of the vault of the heavens we then see in genesis one twenty four and twenty five and god said let the earth bring forth living creatures according to their species beasts and creeping things and animals of the earth after their species and it was so and god made the animals of the earth according to their species and the beasts according to their species and every creeping thing of the ground according to their kind and god saw that it was good. This all took place on day. Six before humanity had been created however in genesis two nineteen we read and jawa god formed from the ground every animal of the field and every bird of the heavens and he brought them to the man to see what he would call them and everything that the man called each living creature that was its name clearly and genesis. One the birds and land animals are created before mankind while in genesis two they are created specifically to try and fill a particular role for the man again. There are many other problems that could be discussed between these two accounts but these will suffice..

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"first five" Discussed on The Thinking Atheist

The Thinking Atheist

06:13 min | 6 months ago

"first five" Discussed on The Thinking Atheist

"Did a thing you know. Recently a few weeks ago. I had dr joshua bowen on the broadcast right. He's the assiri yala gist. And he's an expert in ancient hebrew and he wrote. This book called the atheist. Handbook to the old testament and that show that we did about the book really took off. I mean people really responded to it. And so just on the fly at drop. Josh a message i said hey man do you have a narrator for the audio book yet now. Do you even have an audio book. And we started talking and we both got excited about the possibilities. And so my friends. I am your narrator for the just released audible dot com version of the atheist. Handbook to the old testament. It's out it's available. It's linked in the description box and with josh's permission. I'm gonna read almost an entire chapter of the book for you too. Big project given to lots of great content about eleven and a half hours for the entire book. And you're going to get about an hour of it today. I almost read the first chapter. Chapter four is about moses and did he write the torah. And that's something that we hear apologised say all the time well christian tradition says that moses wrote the torah or historical consensus has demonstrated that moses the torah. And you and i are like what are you talking about first of all even if there was a moses and we don't have any proof that there was it's not like he was hanging around in the rafters with quill and paper watching the pre earth. The universe would god create space and time moses up there going well that's interesting. Let me write that down. Here is the creation of the planet. That's interesting. let's write that down. Adam and eve the animals that temptation in the garden the fall of humankind. There was no moses when all of this was happening so you know even if there was a little guy named moses. We know it wasn't him reporting on what was going on. And josh bowen's book gets into specific reasons why we can reject this claim that moses wrote the torah. That's chapter four. I almost read the first chapter. Because it's ingenious chapter wives it close call. I debated for a few days on. Which one do dr josh. In the first chapter distills down the first five books of the bible into a story format so all the momentum killing stuff. that's in there. You know where they stop and talk about the lineages or here are the dimensions of the tabernacle that god commands the ten tasks to be this many cubits by this many cubits with the brass knob that is gilded in this way and the altar must be made of this type of wood. Oh shit them would which is a great name for would by the way and we have to do all these things. I mean nobody cares. Here are the basic laws about how to sacrifice ago it takes all that stuff but he just kind of skips by it and he gets into the characters what they do where they go what happens to them and when you read it in that format and i found this was very much the case when i i read it in print form and the narrated it for the audible version he becomes so apparent. How insane all of this stuff is god. Y'all way spins the first five books of the bible just agitated you just irritated and pissy why because staff is not going. According to his wishes probably the best examples are the israelites. They are tragic comedy of screw. Ups god liberates the israelites from egypt. Under pharaoh suppressive hand moses goes in and the israelites are delivered and they go out and they wander. Well if you hear what happens after that and you hear it in that story format just one event after the other. It's just the same thing over and over again. The israelites get agitated. Where hungary word tired word cranky. We'd like to find the promised. Land were tired of wandering blah blah blah. And you always says how dare you complain. my minions. i will smile the with a disease. Play or i'm just going to assign some soldiers and they're gonna go hack you to pieces. And then they say oh god. We're so sorry for our disobedience. We won't do it again. And y'all way says okay. Fine i will now no longer be mad at you and a few days or weeks or even. A few years passed and the israelites. Take another wrong turn. Where is our leader moses. He has gone up to the top of the mountain. Where god is which means. I guess god is no longer everywhere. He's no longer omnipresent now. He's he's up on the mountain top. I guess so. The israelites are like well. God is abandoned us along with our great later. I guess it's time for us to become idol worshippers. Let's throw all of our jewelry and stuff into a big melting pot. And let's just make a god. Y'all way on the mountaintop sees what's going on and says well shit. These ingrates are worshiping. Somebody else i must again. smited them. And there's carnage and pain and screaming and bloodshed until the israelites. Beg and plead and say we're so sorry will never do it again. And then god decides no longer to be angry until the next time i mean. It's just one instance after the other when you hear it like this. It just shows you. What a comedy. the sta. Bad bad tragic comedy. The hebrew bible really is not chapter. One you can read that on your own. I'm gonna get into chapter four which deals with. Who wrote the torah was it moses. My friends we shall find out on this broadcast now before i delve into this audio book brain food..

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"first five" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"first five" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Times your annual salary and at age 67. You should aim to have 10 times your salary saved for retirement and, you know, retirement going to look a little bit different for everybody. Every retirement plan. That we put together for a client is is different because everybody has different goals. They have different things that they want to accomplish. And you know what? You're talking about The purpose of what this money is for. You want to try to plan for those different goals. You know, you have Usually a couple different phases of retirement. You spend more money early up front and we call those go go years, right. You want to travel? You want to do all the fun stuff you've been dreaming of doing for so long. And then it starts to slow down a little bit at a certain point. So you have the go go the slow going the no go phases of retirement. And you know, it's important to plan that may be in the first five or 10 years. You might spend more money than you will later on down the road. Can you project that in that retirement plan? And then Tom mentioned earlier, too. You know where you're going to draw from first. One of the scariest things about retiring is actually pulling the plug and starting to take money out of the market out of accounts that you've been told not to touch your whole life. You know that's a scary thing for a lot of retirees, so that income plan and planning that ahead of time Having different buckets to draw from knowing where you are tax wise. Maybe it makes sense to hold off on Social Security and draw from a tax deferred account first, because you're in such a low tax bracket early on and retirement. So you want to try to project these kind of things out? You know where am I going to be Tax wise later versus Where are you right now? What accounts make the most sense to draw from? And how do you prepare for not only the first five years, but the full 30 years of attack. Full 30 years I married. That's one of the big differences, right folks are living longer and longer retirement, so they're not really important kind of questions and issues that we have to tackle and I think, understanding those purpose. You know that purpose or you might call it the Why behind my retirement is really a great motivator. You know, I think a lot of times, too, with younger couples, if we can think about what we want to do in retirement gives the purpose for that money and why you're sticking that away and making Essentially making a sacrifice today for a better tomorrow, right And that's really what it boils down to. And I think the three of us guys see all the time couples that have done that, and they have these kind of incredible retirements. And then we see people would have really stuck and have to keep working. Can't do any of things they dreamed about. That's a tough spot to be. But I do have a couple classes coming up this one month, guys well, one more on Tuesday than a couple. On December 8th and ninth will be on the mosquito area on Tuesday will be in Menominee Falls. We're going to talk specifically about howto three actionable steps you can take to really help secure your financial future. How do you deal with volatility? And how do you set up your portfolio? So you don't get walloped like we did back in March and April? What tax strategies might be available to really help you for decades to come. And how do you create a retirement? An income plan that's really simple that you understand it answers all your questions. We'd love to have you out there..

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"first five" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"first five" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Samuel spent the first five years of his career in New England and won a pair of super bowls alongside Tom Brady and he told TMZ it really wasn't surprised quarterbacked side leave the patriots after two decades under bill Belichick a long time you got that baby once the secret society in the state it would have been you know made the bill started straight and will note what happened I know you guys just got fed up with it at the end of the day Chamuel didn't have the same team success elsewhere but he didn't join more personal accolades while playing for the eagles fact is he didn't enjoy it with the paths well it's not something I enjoyed you know I mean I I will I think that's the one thing that probably most people say but some people might say you know what up so that might be the case related but you know what a good day bye with Adam Kaufman WBZ Boston news radio traffic and weather together the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes it's two forty three and happening right now downtown ninety three south bound you're just under the speed limit with two lanes taken assembly square over to the o'neill tunnel exit twenty four to government center Callahan tunnel is closed o'neill north bound down two lanes in at the speed limit airport tunnel suffering Callahan fine Ted Williams east and west both moving well despite both being down a lane soldiers feel road eastbound yeah we have a full closure at western have follow the detour there south of the city expressways moving well fifteen minutes both directions between the title and the split ninety three south and rand off the ramp to twenty four south is closed then twenty four north to ninety three south also close follow the detour route three south watch for work crews have to route fifty three in nor would not a significant delay at this time northern town one twenty north in Lexington that single car crash for reform to twenty five is cleared you're good to go there for ninety five north delays for work by Boston road in Westford ninety three north leveling close mystic after the fells way no delay there ninety three south is moving freely out west mass pike east is moving slowly with work crews before the native service plaza route to east and westbound has delays by one eleven in Harvard and by Walden pond in Concord one twenty eight south you gonna slow down passing the pike in Weston this report sponsored by.

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"first five" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"first five" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"You have the N. J. one one five am or if you don't and you want to get it it's totally free and easily downloaded there's a feature on there were you could share video or pictures and if you send it to us we will get some of them up on the website in a little while because god knows I missed it I heard it yeah I dimly heard it and didn't know that's what I was listening to I was out in the cold in this one man I mean I knew it was happening but anyway if you will if you want to share please do that and we'll have those up for you a little bit in the meantime our phone numbers one eight hundred two eight three one oh one point five so easy you know yesterday we talked about what was supposed to be what was touted as the release of basically a blueprint for how New Jersey was going to re open and once it came out the most people who called in seemed a little bit disappointed in it it seemed very very light on details certainly no time lines and not really a lot of not really a lot of a a playbook to go by and then on top of that you've got a couple of stories out like governor Murphy is this week talking about how we have to battle our fatigue when it comes to social distancing because we have to keep doing and he says this is the most dangerous thing right now is oh oh this is interesting true we briefly mention this the most dangerous thing right now is if we drop our guard it starts to go around other people more and basically start to have this push back against social distancing but did you hear that in the past two weeks or so they have been tracking nationally cellphone movement yeah and sure enough as the weather is getting nicer in places people are not staying home as much and they're not only noticing more people moving around from watching cell phones but they're also noticing a lot of cell phones coming to gather in the same spots it's a lot of contact so there's all the E. S. yes and I just think that's so interesting because this is part of the plan for trying to monitor this apparently it was it seemed to be into that in what Murphy said yesterday but they already can do this and it already seems like people are getting rather fatigue of this social distancing is the point so what we would like to know at one eight hundred two eight three one a one point five between the businesses being shut down between the anxiety of catching this yourself.

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"first five" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"first five" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"One five five five five playoff time and you're still watching that old TV at the big screen need to win four case Samsung smart TV plus a fifty eight inch to one just nineteen ninety nine before games ring store at the big screen stores our prices be best online he once we double the Samsung warranty and you'll get delivery and installation installed by pros on your schedule screen door the big screen stores your motion furniture headquarters with innovative furniture featuring power headrests full power recline USB ports lighting accessories power lumbar support plus an incredible selection the big screen store it's playoff time and you're still watching that old TV at the big screen in eighty two and four case Samsung smart TV plus a fifty eight inch to one just nineteen ninety nine delivery before game time the store manager jumping off the back of a pickup truck on to some rocks that's what it felt like when I was suffering from plantar fasciitis I was a runner who could no longer run by like this being impacted physically as well as emotionally around the same time my son was training to be a police officer it was a lifelong dream he was finally for filling until gens plans he couldn't move forward in training and it looks like a career on his feet wasn't possible hi it's John thing cotton but thanks to good beat our support everything changed plantar fasciitis gone shin splints gone I was so impressed with these results about the store we now understand that proper body alignment starts with our feet good beat our support our lives a cushion to get from the drug store they are a lifetime product at a specialist takes the time to fit to your specific beat today I'm running marathons again in my fifties and I'm proud to say my son achieved his lifelong dream get back to the life you love with a free personal fitting and test walk the good feed stores located in Fairfax had Fairfax corner and Rockville Maryland on Rockville pike and coming soon to Leesburg guys.

"first five" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"first five" Discussed on KGO 810

"From first five California let your child choose the book and while you read ask him what's in the picture and what will happen next more bringing building ideas of first five California dot com mostly cloudy with a few breaks of sunshine today light showers are expected in parts of the North Bay tonight that's gonna last through tomorrow morning's commute clouds for the rest of the week basically I'm Brett Burkhart correspondent Linda canyon joins smart Thompson next on KGO eight seven seven guys here get well one nine eight seven seven cars is K. A. R. red cars one eight seven seven cars is donate your car to day you've trusted cars for kids with your cars for over two decades cars for kids can now help you with your property donations to donate any kind of real estate a cars for kids dot com and receive a tax deduction for the full appraised value they are one eight seven seven is your car to hi Doug Andrew here when you reach age seventy and a half if you don't need the money out of an IRA or four oh one K. many times you're told just to take required minimum distributions or R. M. dis thinking that saves tax that's often the worst advice I can prove that you're likely not saving tax in the long run your compounding the problem and increasing the taxes you'll pay an IRA or four oh one K. is the best savings bond the government ever came up with for themselves if you have money trapped in an IRA or four oh one K. learn how you can do a strategic rollout to avoid pain unnecessary taxes for a half day learn how to retire by design we're teaching and Alamo Wednesday December fourth in the morning Palo alto afternoon Livermore Thursday December fifth in the morning Santa Clara in the afternoon they're free call now eight hundred five three two twenty seventy six to register and get details call eight hundred five three two twenty seventy six politics and fun facts from Paul Kristen indexer total anymore the customer bumping grasses with the tears came from old room when in Rome cheers a pork crown roast with cranberry stuffing deserves a right front former Cabernet from possible let me help you find the perfect model looking for the right wine for a meaningful gift consider me your wine concierge whether you're entertaining or just bring the wine we'd love to share our always low prices are ridiculous selection with you this holiday now offering same day delivery at total wine dot com cheers nobody six Thompson show continues on KGO eight ten listen at home by saying Alexa played KGO eight ten this is Casey eight ten mark Thompson here glad you could join us on this Tuesday which is filled with historic moments same Democrats under links to articles of impeachment and let's not wait.

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"first five" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"first five" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"One five seven twenty AM KGW reporting of Jon J. for two additional Clark County residents have been identified as having severe respiratory illnesses linked the E. cigarette products the southern Nevada health district reports both cases are individuals ages eighteen or older Clark county's first confirmed case was any person under the age of eighteen all three were hospitalized but are now recovering from their illnesses the national transportation safety board says a September seven fatal plane crash in Henderson occurred when the aircraft was returning to the airport after appearing to struggle to gain altitude been reporting the door was open the NTSB preliminary reports that the plane nose dived into the ground while returning to Henderson executive airport president trump is capping a three day trip to the west with a visit to the border wall in San Diego where he showing reporters details of the on going construction is been a very exciting project as you know it's. for many years people of one of the proper wall and we have a wall that the likes of which very few places I've ever seen from was riding a string of wins all the wall and on immigration to wrestle the Mexican border plunged well beyond the usual summer dip in August last week the Supreme Court gave the president a green light to deny asylum to anyone who passes through another country all the way to the US border with Mexico without having sought protection in that third country the US says the attack on a Saudi oil site was in a Ronnie and act of war secretary of state Mike Pompeii says it was in a running an attack that damaged Saudi Arabia's oil installations describing it as an act of war around is denied any involvement in this war in the U. S. it will immediately retaliated fits attacked president trump isn't saying whether the US will take military action but he has ordered increased financial sanctions on Tehran Yemen's Iranian backed truth the rebels have claimed responsibility for the attack saying it was in response to the Saudi led war in Yemen that is killed tens of thousands of people I'm Mike campus students at several Clark County schools and you LV will walk out of classes Friday to bring attention to climate change the mass walk out part of a global protest will be held three days before the U. N. climate action summit in New York City according to organizers confirm walk outs will be held at valley high school Palo Verde high school advanced technologies academy east career and technical academy coral academy of science and U. N. L. V. the local climate straight coalition includes a number of community action groups including three fifty Nevada and the progressive leadership alliance of Nevada action on Wall Street the Dow starts today twenty seven thousand one forty seven.

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"first five" Discussed on Agape Baptist Church | Scottsboro, Alabama

Agape Baptist Church | Scottsboro, Alabama

08:31 min | 2 years ago

"first five" Discussed on Agape Baptist Church | Scottsboro, Alabama

"And for whom all things were made and in whom all things hold together Glen Powell he he goes on to say this quote. That's at the top of your page there. He says this superficial use of the scriptures that many of us have become really more accustomed with than we would like to admit is actually destructive because those who practice it operate under the illusion that they are engaging the Bible when there are actually not and therefore cs Lewis reminds us that we must accept the Bob on its own terms rather than the just merely use it on our terms and Glen Powell. He adds once again. He said that it become it comes down to being attentive to key questions and that's why we're doing the series. What does the Bible and what are we supposed to do with it and so over the next several weeks I want to dig into the word of God from Thirty Thousand Foot Perspective and now that may sound like an oxymoron right. We want to dig in and from a thirty thousand foot perspective but we want to look at it in these sections so that we can understand how each section contributes to that main story I did. This was the gospels several weeks ago before we started the book of John. But what I think we're gonNA find is a great framework for us going forward to understand and this is why it's so important and to understand that that we are living in God's story that is still unfolding and he is invited us with all of our unique stories in this room to become a part of his story and for his story to define our stories and then for him to use news hour stories in our lives impact the stories in the lives of the people around us and so that's what our our goal is going to be going forward and so so we want to start with what is the Bible. I've told you this one of the first Wednesday nights I was here. You can sum up the plot line of the Bible in these four words Creation Fall Fall Redemption and restoration. Just say you know in this sheet tonight because I didn't tell all of you to bring pins and most of you have them some kind of regretting it but this is the official warning we'll have some pins for everybody next week but but if you bring your own it's better and so I'm GonNa have blanks on this worksheet and and we'll have some slides and and you'll be able to fill in the blank and kind of follow along and I think it'll make a little bit more engaging but tonight I i. I've left the blank solve just to be nice yeah yeah. That's right so but but we want to. We want to look this idea. What is what is the Bible. The Bible is a book of Literature and maybe you've never been taught to think about it that way but it is a book of literature that means that it has different genres or categories that are based on style and each has read and appreciated differently from another so for instance yeah. I know we've got some people who are in the medical field or at least spent a Lotta time around people in the medical field because of sicknesses and different things like that. How would would you feel if your doctor traded a work of science fiction as a medical textbook or his inspiration for your surgery. Was the six million in dollar man. You'd say wait. You know that's not true right. No I read it in the book. It must be true right. You can't treat science fiction like it's a medical book and you can't treat the Old Testament like the New Testament. You ever never never realized that there are different genres that determine how we how we treat and how we approach that type of literature and you definitely wouldn't want to understand understand poetry the same way you would would science fiction or a medical textbook and this whole field of study is called. Let's all pronounce that together there it Herman new ticks right. Let's say that together her men new chicks that sounds really weird but if you put it all together Herman ix that's the study of how interpret the Bible and so when you're engaging in Herman Knicks which you all inevitably do. There's some things that you want to avoid and we mentioned it. The Bible is not a how to book now. This does not mean that I that I cannot glean gene principles about how to be a good husband from the Bible absolutely can does not mean that I can't take take a verse from the the Psalms uh-huh and encourage brother and sister in Christ or take a verse from proverbs and reprove or correct. My child this does not mean does not does not mean that that you can you know we're. GonNa become kind of people who always judge people when they're quoting the Bible. I wonder if they really we know what that means. And what the context is. You know it's not the go right. It's not the go we want to be the kind of people who use it faithfully and and when we when we do quote those those verses to our friends or we want to use those verses we want to understand the context texted versus that were quoting. You know one of the verses that we're GonNa look at tonight is the book of numbers and that incredible blessing in the book of numbers. May or make his face face to shine upon you right. I mean that that blessing that's like one of those that yes you can just pull that out and say that as a blessing to somebody body right and and I think it's important another context in the book of numbers and what the book of numbers is all about but at the same time there are versus like that that that we can quote we can you know we're not pulling out of context and doing an injustice to quote it now if you if you're looking you know at your child or your grandchild and they're trying to ride a bike for the first time and you. Philippians four thirteen to them right. I I'm not so sure that's really what Paul's talking about when he's talking about what it's like to be content in prison and Hungary and and persecuted and I think that's what Paul's talking about there and so we want to be careful because the Bible isn't a how to book in that and in the same way. We don't want to be people who proof text right. This is a proof texting is the practice of using selected out of context questions from scripture to basically say what I wanted to say and so you know one of the ways is that that proof texting is absolutely unhelpful in this day and age and and I've committed this atrocious Faux Pas in the past and so I'm I'm being transparent with you because I don't want you to do the same thing I've engaged with certain people in discussions about homosexuality right and and in trying to help them understand what the Bible says about it. I just quote this long slough versus to to prove that it's wrong and once again we know that homosexuality is not an accordance with God's design and that that those verses are speaking about homosexuality but when I pull those versus out out and basically use them as a javelin into the heart of that person is struggling. That's not helpful at all and I think I corinthians thirteen. Definitely applies live in those in those places that that if I have not love right meaning that I'm not I'm not I'm not treating this person as just you know kind of somebody to dump all these verses on right if I'm not caring about them as a person if I'm not listening to have I'm not loving them actively and I'm just on the other side of a computer abuser screen type and all these verses out then then that's the kind of proof texting and we want to stay away from because once again the Bible is too precious and too transformational relational just to just misuse it in that way and I really do think that is that is one of the ways that we misuse it but another way is not every description is a prescription right. We need to pay attention to the genre of of scripture that were reading in the Bible describes many events that veggietales will not ever do an episode about because they are X. Rated they are they are awful. You read the end of the book of judges edges and and it will it's it's awful the things that the.

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"first five" Discussed on Agape Baptist Church | Scottsboro, Alabama

Agape Baptist Church | Scottsboro, Alabama

09:03 min | 2 years ago

"first five" Discussed on Agape Baptist Church | Scottsboro, Alabama

"So what we're GONNA do is we're actually going to go and talk about how to read the Bible which is going to seem like a very It's like something that everybody in here can do already. So why in the world would we need to do this. Series well awful sound but I WANNA I WANNA I WANNA make the case tonight that in a world of innumerable numeral translations and Christian stores whether they're brick and mortar or online stores in a world of digital bibles. It's there is more opportunity to read and study. God's word than there ever has been before but ah even when we read. Are we engaging with it. Are we Are we digging into it. We all know oh the Bible's stories the titles of our favorite books and our favorite verses and whether located but do we know the story the capital S. story one of the core reasons of a there was a guy named. Glenn and I have no idea how you say his last name payments. PA UW MILL and give that a shot a UW POW maybe or if it's if he's a wine and it's put on something like that Yeah Hawaiian. You've got to pronounce every vowel. Did you know that makes like an adventure. Every time you say a word and so yeah so hey Glen Powell will go. That's the southern way to say POW He says this he says one of the core reasons for our Bible engagement breakdown is that so many bobble readers would be Bible readers have been sold the mistaken notion that the Bible is a look it up and find the answer handy guide life they've been encouraged to treat the scriptures as they were a collection of doctrinal devotional and moralistic statements that can be accessed and chosen it will this topical search mode of the Bible US Directly Undermines Authentic Bible engagement and he said well that seems kind of harsh. I mean Ryan only want people reading the Bible. I I mean no matter how they're reading it and we just want people reading it and I would say no and here's why when's the last time that you engage somebody arena conversation about certain lifestyles that are that are right or wrong and they say hey you know don't forget the words of Jesus judge not right. Have you ever heard that before. What's the problem with that. That's not what Jesus say at all right. He's not saying that judgment in any and every situation is wrong. He's saying that judgment when it's done hypocritically is wrong right when it's done when it's done improperly is wrong but there is a proper way for us to for us to make statements mints of Right and wrong right or what about I mean when Prosperity Gospels say well where where two or more agree and claiming then it will happen is the right response right. I mean where does that. Come from. I think it comes road distortion distortion of of Matthew Eighteen or nineteen where it says Jesus were were three gathering my name there. I'm in the midst of them. What about when you know when we US Philippians four thirteen as a as a license to just say well that we we can do whatever we want to do because I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me or even Jeremiah Twenty nine eleven thirteen to be used as just a rubber stamp long on my life no matter what my choices are well. What about when this is. This is one that's kind of popular for preachers derail on. I don't want anything I'm railing on any body in this in this message but but one of my favorite movies right and I don't mind saying is facing the giants I love that scene where he's doing the the death crawl and the coaches like you know. Don't quit don't quit. I like cry every blubbery mask but but yeah the problem is is is that is that we take concepts like that and we say well any opposition and my life is a Goliath and I'm David and I need to face my giants and I didn't take my opposition down right. What if your opposition is your godly friend. Who's telling you that you're wrong or your pastor. Who saying that that a certain way of life is wrong. Are they your God am. I your guy in that instance. I mean you see the problem with this. What if I told you that you're not David. I mean you're not Moses all right well there. There's a certain there's a certain kind of understanding that we need to come to the Bible with that. I really do think that we were kind of fish and water. We we're we're. We're in this environment. We don't realize it you know and so the last last couple of years in fact it was last year the Barna in a group or you know they're kind of the Christian statisticians George Gallup's kind of the Gallup poll p research and different things like that they take all these statistics listen and so the John Stonestreet he wrote and he said I've got some good news and some bad news. The good news is is that half of Americans rob will users. It's good news right the bad news. It doesn't seem to matter and he writes on he says last month this August twenty eight and he said the Bar Group released its annual state of the Bible survey and the results the same pretty promising for example half of Americans are bobble users and almost six in ten Americans say that reading the Bible has quote unquote transform their wife. What's what's going on here well. I we need to know that that that when you hear the Word Bible Users in the context of the survey it's defined with P defined as people who engage gauge the Bible outside of Church at least three to four times a year a year and that so yeah half half of Americans row users users now. That's not to say that this survey itself is invaluable would actually says a lot especially about how so many of us use the Bible we use the Bible and here's the problem as a quick source of inspiration as a place to get answers or affirmation we opened the Bible and we find a verse or two or maybe be a parable or a story we like and then we applied out of context so whatever situation we find ourselves in a move on Philip Yancey was a Christian author. He called this the moral mcnugget approach approach the moral mcnugget approach you know if you had a diet that consisted solely of McDonald's chicken mcnuggets all right it might do okay okay for a while but that is you're probably GonNa have some long term issues that arise from that and the moral mcnugget approach when approaching the Bible results in the same thing it's you you can't have a steady diet of moral mcnuggets to fuel a genuine biblical worldview and so our task is not to make use of the scripture but handle it rightly. We mustn't merely find those verses parables that encourage us all scriptures inspired including those parts that stretch challenge and yes even offend us. The Bible that God gave us is not a self help book. It's not an answer book. It's not it's not a random collection of stories like he stops fables or random collection of inspirational quotes and sayings. Those kinds of books look different than the Bible. Does what God gave us was a word that I talked Gracie the other night. We were talking about a school book that she that she read the Bible is a Meta Narrative Meta narrative now a Meta narrative is a narrative that stands above all others others all other narratives are a story that stands above all other stories and define the rest of them right the Bible. Is that Meta narrative. It's a big overarching coaching story of history. It's a grand epic of all the universe ever was is and will be interspersed with specific teachings on the nature of God and how how he has chosen to work work in the world in the Bible. God reveals who he is his created purpose is work in history specifically turn scurr but enduring tribe of people known as the Israelites is is becoming one of us in Jesus Christ who suffering death and resurrection as atoned for the sins of the world and his promise to raise from the dead and establish a new heaven and and a new earth and he does this through historical narratives poetry proverbs love Songs Gospels in instruction all of which carry the redemptive story towards its this culmination pointing to the centrality of Jesus Christ through whom.

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"first five" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"first five" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"One five at seven twenty AM KGW and Las Vegas obviously media group station. US why am full blown clean hi Mike Morris hurricane Dorian is hit north Carolina's Outer Banks governor Roy Cooper telling his day came Dorian officially made landfall near Hatteras and continues to batter the Outer Banks and east north eastern North Carolina with heavy wind and rain Ocracoke island resident Leslie Lanier says some residents on the thin strip of land on north Carolina's coast it had to climb into their antics because of high water from the hurricane power's been knocked out for hundreds of thousands in North Carolina the hurricane is passed many communities but as correspondent Clayton Nevil reports from Charleston the work is just beginning. mode here in Charleston cruiser al picking up debris from the downtown roadways in one spot the cement completely ripped out and treat uprooted as well damage not nearly as bad as what it could have been but the cleanup will last certainly through the weekend again down trees and power lines the majority of the damage here in downtown Charleston the Bahamian health minister says the death toll of at least thirty could be significantly higher on Abaco and grand Bahama islands from the hurricane job growth is slowing but still another one hundred thirty thousand new jobs created last month Bankrate dot coms more camera come to slow down so far this year monthly job creation averaging one hundred fifty eight thousand that's compared to two hundred twenty three thousand for all of last year on an average basis and so that's a decline of about one third one good rate remains at three point seven percent York Attorney General Letitia James has a bipartisan coalition of state attorneys general is investigating Facebook for alleged anti trust issues the probe will look into whether Facebook sanctions endangered consumer data reduce the quality of consumers choices or increase the price of advertising on Wall Street the Dow was up seventy six the S. and P. up as well just three points hi Mike Morris. hi there I me see me to religious killing her and we're looking at mostly sunny skies across the area today there is still a slight chance for showers and a few thunderstorms the mainly in the higher terrain today's forecast high one hundred three degrees when shifting the southwest in the afternoon at about five to ten miles per hour stronger gas of course possible thunderstorms give the thinking more updates throughout the day for news three your weather authority it's time to check the roads in that Kate on traffic center this report sponsored by white castle slowing on two fifteen southbound from to wrangle over the Jones I fifteen south bend delays spaghetti bowl to spring.

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