35 Burst results for "GOD"

Akron Police Officers Fatally Shoot Jayland Walker

The Officer Tatum Show

01:29 min | 1 d ago

Akron Police Officers Fatally Shoot Jayland Walker

"But let's start with this shooting that happened in Akron, Ohio, you guys probably haven't heard of it yet, but you will hear of it soon because it's involved in a black man and white police officers. And celebrities are coming out. And I call them celebrities. They really not worth a hill of beans. But for whatever reason they're considered to be celebrities because they push this agenda that America is a racist place and black people should be afraid of white people every day they wake up in the morning, especially white police officers. Young man, Jalen walker. Keep that name in your mind. Jaylen walker, the fake black man, Sean king, who he's a white man. He's not a black man. I don't know why black people are giving him any credence of credit and him talking on black issues is absolutely as anonymity when they bash every other white person, but they don't bash on king just 'cause he got an edge up in a taper fade. Don't make you a black man. Now, I want to reach you what he said, and then we're going to read the facts surrounding this case. I'm going to reach you what he said, read the facts. And I don't know how on God's green earth, Sean king has been sued. In some form of a class action lawsuit, because all he do is peddle lies to create controversy and hatred in our country against police, literally I could argue that Sean king is literally getting black men murdered almost every other weekend by police officers.

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Caller: We're Not a Perfect Country but Have a Lot Going for Us

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:02 min | 2 d ago

Caller: We're Not a Perfect Country but Have a Lot Going for Us

"I'm very proud to be American and always have been. No, we're not a perfect country, but I think we have a lot more going for us and against us. I think so too. And you know the great thing about America, Kathy, is the fact that we have had scourges on our society such as slavery and abortion and Americans have worked very hard to write wrongs in this country and we couldn't do it unless our founding fathers set up a constitution where if there was something in there that was bad that Americans could come together and write those wrongs. I love the fact that we are more I love that we're a more perfect union. So what's on the menu out in Oregon for Independence Day weekend, Kathy? Well, barbecue, we're going to have beef short ribs. And it's going to be great. Oh, that sounds good. You had me at short ribs, Kathy. Thank you so much. God bless and happy Independence Day

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Steve Deace: The Populist Right vs. The Mainstream Right

The Dan Bongino Show

01:33 min | 2 d ago

Steve Deace: The Populist Right vs. The Mainstream Right

"This gun Bill is a perfect example right It's 14 Republicans who just sold this out in the Senate side Yes And that's a red line there Dan I mean that's the one issue over the last 30 years really that the mainstream Republican Party So if you look at if you look at since Eisenhower gave his momentous exit speech his going away speech The Republican Party's nominees have been Richard Nixon two bushes John McCain Mitt Romney and then there is then there's Reagan and Trump Two of these things are not like the other And so this is the reality of the fact that you know you're aligned with this party has hated its base for decades It has as I saw I tweet out today that the difference between the new populist right and the mainstream right is that we don't favor corporations over God and our traditions And the mainstream right has always done that It was always about you know it was always about the Chevron doctrine more than overturning roe It was always about the two state solution more than let's move the embassy to Jerusalem And it's always been that way What just changed is when the corporations got woken and they no longer even pretended to slide the flag and even wink at our belief system That mainstream right now they got exposed Now they couldn't triangulate off of that anymore And so I think a lot of people are pardon the pun getting woke politically just not necessarily in the way the other side had anticipated

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U.S. Army Recruitment Is Down 40%

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:16 min | 2 d ago

U.S. Army Recruitment Is Down 40%

"Numbers are so low. It's ridiculous and the army in particular, the numbers are down 40%. It's gotten to the point where some legislature are talking about drafting women for God's sakes, which is totally insane. I'll just say it flat out. I don't believe that women should be in combat. Think of what happens to man. Imagine how much worse that'll get with women and they're talking about allowing people with medical conditions asthma ADHD and whatever they got to do illegal immigrants who were brought to the U.S. as young children and this is all because the DoD is trying to make an excuse. They're saying it's a tight job market. They're blaming the lockdowns, which Democrats imposed, by the way, but the truth of the matter is it's messaging and no one wants to serve under this particular president. That's the truth. So we are building an army, God forgive me of metrosexuals and this needs to stop the CRT, the DEI, the SEL training of our troops. I know there's some good ones in there. I know there's plenty of good ones, but I'm telling you the left is doing a number on our military and is absolutely a shame. It's a shame of what's happening to our military.

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Mike Gallagher, Live From Oberammergau Passion Play

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:10 min | 2 d ago

Mike Gallagher, Live From Oberammergau Passion Play

"Let's go ahead and check in with Mike. Here he is. Mike, are you made it inside the theater, look at this beautiful amphitheater where the passion play is about to get underway. You can hear the orchestra tuning up in the background and we are in the very front row of this magnificent theater where the passion play is going to take place. It started in 1634 when the villagers promised God they would produce a passion play if he spared them the plague to play again, and they've done it ever since except for during the two world wars and of course 2020 because of the pandemic. But here we are 2022 bringing you along to this theater, a beautifully tall enclosed. It's cold, it's rainy, but we are under a big roof here in this huge amphitheater. 4000 people, if you can see behind me, 4000 people in this theater to see this performance of the passion play. It's about to get underway part one is two and a half hours, a dinner break at 5 o'clock, and then part two starts at 7 30, I think it starts at 8 and then goes until ten 30. So we're here, me and the Hudson's and taking it all in and sharing it with you here on the Mike Gallagher show.

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What Is the Oberammergau Passion Play?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:40 min | 2 d ago

What Is the Oberammergau Passion Play?

"This was the reason for the trip of my dear friend peg Hudson has always wanted to see the passion play, which has been performed uninterrupted until COVID in 2020 for hundreds and hundreds of years back in the 1600s, the people in the tiny village of oberammergau made a promise to God a pledge that if you spare us from the plague, we will present a magnificent tribute to your son, Jesus Christ. The passion play. It has been performed every ten years on the decade since the 1600s. Well, 2020, it was it was delayed because of COVID and the pandemic. So this is the year it's back. Now this is so fascinating because it runs for about 5 and a half months every from about, I think march till October. Every ten years on the decade, except for this time, now it's 2022. So, peg Joey and I were, we are together and on the road to oberammergau. We're going to be there in about an hour. I have no idea what to expect. I know it's an amphitheater that is covered. It is a rainy, rainy day today in Germany. So we have our raincoats. We have our umbrellas. We have our sweatshirts. We are bundled up and ready for this. We're in the front row for the performance of the passion play in oberammergau. And it's kind of interesting. It's two parts. It goes from two 30 to 5, then there's a two and a half hour dinner break and 7 30 till ten, all in German, but they give us a book so that we can follow along in English. I think we all are pretty familiar with the story of the death and resurrection of our lord and savior Jesus

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John Fugelsang Talks the Bible and Abortion

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:14 min | 2 d ago

John Fugelsang Talks the Bible and Abortion

"I just love in the wake of this horrible road decision. You said one, Jesus never mentioned abortion and his religion never banned it, too. Jesus overturned I for an eye in sermon on the mount, he commands you to forgive 70 times 7. He stopped an execution and said only the sinless can execute. Do you have access to what we call a Bible? That's just one of the many bits slapping. John people think does daily with his Bible. Well, I finally did a 50 tweet thread last weekend about all of this at about how stupid this is about how on biblical this is. The Bible's not against abortion. Wait, wait, let me say that again. Hang on. The Bible is not against abortion. God makes it clear a fetus is property and exodus, and that he values a woman's life more than a fetus. The Bible, not against the Jesus against the death penalty. So all of these guys can fight to make poor women poorer, which is what these red states are doing. They're going to have all this life, and they don't want to have their taxes raised to pay for it. They're going to make poor women poor. They can fight to force women to bear their rapist children CDC says there are 3 million women in America who have become pregnant because of rape, so they can fight for that. They just can't call it Christian. Go ahead and wreck your red state economies, but don't pretend Jesus shares your

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Kelly Shackelford on His SCOTUS Victory Affirming Religious Freedom

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:15 min | 2 d ago

Kelly Shackelford on His SCOTUS Victory Affirming Religious Freedom

"Guys, what a perfect time to bring back to the podcast, our friend Kelly shackleford, he's the president and CEO of first liberty institute. He's a constitutional scholar. He's argued before the Supreme Court testified before the House and Senate. One numerous landmark First Amendment and religious liberty cases. He was named one of the 25 greatest Texas lawyers of the past quarter century by Texas lawyer Kelly welcome to the podcast. I mean, you should have a big smile on your face. This has been a pretty momentous week to massive victories for religious freedom. One, of course, the coach, the football coach spraying on the field and the other the case in Maine that involves sort of tuition subsidies and will I want to talk about both. But let's begin with the coach. Now that was a case that first liberty, that was your case. So talk about what the key issue was in that case and what the court what the court decided and what the other side was pushing for. Well, the case was pretty simple. Most people understand coach made a pledge to God that after every game, win or lose, he would go to the 50 yard line when people were milling around, checking their cell phones, talking to friends. He would the first thing he would do is go to a knee for 20 seconds, maybe 30 seconds tops, and just give thanks for the privilege of coaching those young men. And he did that for over 7 years until the school told them that if he did that again, they were going to fire him. And he did because he made a pledge and they fired him for going on his on his knee for about 20 seconds and saying a silent prayer. And, you know, the argument, of course, on our side was that he has free speech rights. He has free exercise of religion, right? So under the First Amendment. And they tried to argue that, well, no, some student, you know, might see him from 200 yards away and feel coerced to pray because he's

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Wendy Williams No Longer Knows What She's Doing

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:59 min | 2 d ago

Wendy Williams No Longer Knows What She's Doing

"Did you all see the TMZ live segment with Wendy Williams? Did you see it? Oh my God. It really is so sad and so indicative that Wendy Williams clearly no longer has any idea what she's doing or how she'll face her future. It was really very sad. It was a sad piece and I could tell from looking at Harvey Levin and his sidekick Charles that this segment went into crazy land right from the beginning. And if you look at their faces, they know. It's just awful. So during this segment, Wendy gave an update on plans for her new podcast. I told you that a couple of days ago. But not before she reached down under her chair. And by the way, she's sitting in her purple chair that she used to do her showing a show on. And people said that purple channel was thrown in the street, apparently not because she's sitting in it unless she got a second one. So she's in the chair. Talking to Harvey and Charles, and she picks up her severely swollen left foot and chose it to the camera. And then she went on to say that she is suffering from lymphedema, which is caused by a blockage in the lymphatic system, but Wendy said, you know, that's not going to stop her from getting back out there and making a splashy comeback. But this interview was so bad and so cringey that guys, it's the final nail in her coffin. And it puts an exclamation point on the end of the sentence. What I predicted just how sick she was and how she's never going to be on TV again. If this wasn't a video of a woman on drugs, I don't know what else to tell you. It was that

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Robert Netzly of Inspire Investing Exposes Abortion Vacation Companies

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:14 min | 2 d ago

Robert Netzly of Inspire Investing Exposes Abortion Vacation Companies

"I am speaking now. Again, with our friend who, I don't know how to put this. Robert Nestlé started this thing called inspire investing. And every time we talk, I get very excited about this. Robert, welcome back. It is my pleasure to be here, Eric. We're always talking about roughly the same thing. The idea of this company is to help people understand where their money is going, what they're doing with their money. And if their money is working against what they believe in, we're working for what they believe in. We have just had roe V wade be overturned finally. Thank God. Because it was horrible law. It doesn't even matter your position on abortion. It was just bad law. But we now see companies saying doing this virtue signaling that well, we are so pro abortion, we will pay for our employees to have an abortion, you know, we're not going to pay for them to help them have a kid and to pay for formula and diapers and rent and whatever we're not going to help them have a kid, but we'll help them have an abortion. Most people that I know would say, I don't want to do business with a company like that. Are they crazy? Are they kidding? How can we know whether we are dealing with that kind of a company or aren't? Yeah, we've been inundated with that question ever since late last week when that phenomenal decision came out. We're just praising God for that decision among with so many others. And all these companies coming out and saying that we're going to start paying for abortion travel to states where it's still legal. For the time being anyway. And so we had inspire that's what we specialize. And we have the most robust they said to help people understand what the companies that are in your mutual fund in your 401k, like what are they doing to from a moral perspective? Such as giving money to Planned Parenthood or in this case, we're compiling a really robust dataset on these companies in real time as they're coming out on a daily basis now. Which companies are paying for these travel

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John Zmirak: Pro-Choice Arguments Are Dead, Now We See the Demons

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:54 min | 2 d ago

John Zmirak: Pro-Choice Arguments Are Dead, Now We See the Demons

"So last time you and I talked. We just found out about the overturning of roe V wade. And in the new America, that's in the wake of that. I shaved the beard that I had grown protests roe V wade. No, I saved it because it's a hundred. You put the beard in a coffin and is it on your desk? No, I nailed it all to Nancy Pelosi. Oh my God. So we do live in a different America. We have to realize it's also a little bit of scarier America. Just the way I've got a piece of stream dot org called the pro choice arguments are dead. Now we see the demons. John, John, hang on. I saw that you wrote that article. And before I'm glad you wrote it, because that was precisely what I have been thinking. It has never been clearer ever. If you want to really see what is going on, but you of course wrote an article about this, but I've been thinking about this incessantly how it's become so clear. So go ahead. It's that stream dot org. Yes, yes, thank you. If I said that, I spent most of Friday reading Samuel le those majority opinion. First, the summary, and then the whole thing. And then I tried to Robert's concurrence, but so bored, I wanted to pull my own head off and kick it down the field like a soccer ball. Then I read clarence Thomas's concurrence with this great. But what you learn from reading it is there are no arguments for abortion being protected in the constitution. What's more than never work? Roe V wade was garbage. Just total. Total

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Has Eric Ever Read or Heard Christ in Solzhenitsyn's Work?

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:36 min | 2 d ago

Has Eric Ever Read or Heard Christ in Solzhenitsyn's Work?

"I have studied Russian Russian language and literature and read everything by Solzhenitsyn, and I believe he was a moralist mystic spiritualist who loved mother Russia. Knowing the Christ of the Bible have you, Eric ever read or heard Christ in social needs since work or life? Pass. Next question. No, I think, see, this actually is one of the reasons I think this is a good question to answer is because I think one problem that some Christians have is they are overly theological, right? If I paint something to the glory of God, but I don't put Jesus lord in the margin of the painting. Is it a Christian painting? And I just think all goodness and truth and beauty is of God. And we need to reclaim that view of the world. There is not one square inch of all creation over which Jesus Christ to his sovereign does not say mine. That's the famous quote by Abraham Kuiper. And I think that if you read souls in, it becomes clear that a man who risked his life for the truth and who wrote books pointing to the truth and who was, in fact, a Christian that, in a way, for us to try to put him in a box and say, but he was a, but was he a Christian writer? Or was he just I think oftentimes we can err by doing

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Lucia Navarro Joins Jim Hanson to Discuss Latino Values

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:50 min | 2 d ago

Lucia Navarro Joins Jim Hanson to Discuss Latino Values

"So we have a member of a new organization that I am very thrilled to introduce you if you haven't heard of them called americano media that is speaking from a conservative viewpoint to the Latino community and joining us now is Lucia Navarro and award winning journalist from americano and Lucia. I'm glad we finally got you on it was my fault, but good to hear from you. It is a pleasure. Thank you, Jennifer the invitation. We're very happy to be with you and very happy to share the news of poor American. What is a purpose with all the communities? And the whole community there in the United States. Well, and that's just it. You guys are speaking in Spanish, which we have historically been bad at. You know, I mean, most Americans know exactly none languages were marginally competent in English. But now we've got people in their own language hearing the views that mirror their beliefs, mirror their their beliefs in God and country and entrepreneurship and all that. So tell us tell us how it's going at americano media. I know, I know it's going well. I want to hear how well. Well, it is very well let me tell you, because as you just said, we explained Latinos. The real views of the politics in the U.S., we do not believe that all Latinos are Democrats because they think that they are the parties that are going to really fight for them. We do not believe that. And we're sure that many Latinos are just blind. I mean, they don't understand that the values that we share is Latinos. Those that we were raised with are Republican

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Voting Fraud Tina Peters Blames Election Fraud for Losing Primary

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

00:46 sec | 3 d ago

Voting Fraud Tina Peters Blames Election Fraud for Losing Primary

"This Tina Peters, the pro Trump election official under indictment for breaching voting machines lost her bid for Colorado Secretary of State on Tuesday voters. Although she denies it, she says we didn't lose. We just found evidence of more fraud. They're cheating and will prove it once again. Oh my God. No Republican is clever. She gave in third place. She gave me third place. No Republicans ever going to admit they lost, Carl. We will not stand until we come in last place and with no votes. I mean, this is one of those thank gods. First of all, she's on her way to prison for fraud in the 2020. She's up for Secretary of State of Colorado. Thank God, but either Republicans who rejected her, by the way. Yes. Yes. So there's some good news,

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From the Frontlines to the Clandestine with Drew Hernandez

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:26 min | 3 d ago

From the Frontlines to the Clandestine with Drew Hernandez

"I'm joined with the great drew Hernandez, drew, welcome back, man. I want to brag on drew here. Drew flew out to Washington, D.C. and anticipation of the roe V wade ruling. Drew, you kind of camped out there waiting for it and drew got some of the most compelling footage right as the roe versus wade ruling was announced, both positive and negative footage. And you also got into that kind of altercation with one of the guys there in D.C. doing some great front lines reporting. Yeah, Charlie, I mean, I mean, it's a team effort. I know you and I were coordinating on when we should go. And I think the best decision was to just kind of like stake it out and wait because it's a monumental. This is American history. Yes. It's huge. This is something that we didn't want to miss if we did. I think we would have really regretted it. But I was kind of like running some of the numbers. And this is, this is grassroots type of stuff right here. This is definitely God's work moving through us and what we're doing being in the right place at the right time. That's always been my experience. God directs our steps. You always end up in the right place at the right time because God is real and he's leading you. And I think in totality, our entire front lines on the ground just my Twitter account alone, the viewership was 7.5 million crazy. That's just Twitter. Just Twitter, and if we add the Tucker hit that I did, which is obviously our row coverage. That's over 10 million views. And we don't even know the re postings on Instagram and other

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If You Keep Your Mouth Shut, God Will Judge You

The Eric Metaxas Show

00:52 sec | 3 d ago

If You Keep Your Mouth Shut, God Will Judge You

"In my book about Dietrich bahnhof from the Holocaust. One of the figures in the story of that book is Martin nimoy. And Martin niemoller, who wrote that now famous poem first they came for the trade unionist, then they came for this. And then when they came for me, there was no one left to speak up for me. That is the story of our time that ladies and gentlemen, if you don't do your part now, honestly, you know, God is judging us for when we speak up and for when we keep our mouths shut. If you keep your mouth shut, I promise you, God is judging you for that because people depend on us having the courage to speak the truth. And we all get courage from others who have courage. And I've gotten encouraged from Simone gold and Brandon struck and others who have been persecuted, but it has made them stronger.

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Ann McElhinney Discusses Her New True Crime Podcast Project

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:46 min | 3 d ago

Ann McElhinney Discusses Her New True Crime Podcast Project

"Welcome. I get to talk to somebody that I like. Her name is Ann, mcelhinney. Did I say it correctly and how close did I get? Oh my God, I love it. It's just unbelievable. All right, now you often I'm speaking to you along with your husband, the Irish by any chance. That would be right. And fail him is not with us today, but you represent him well. You've done so many things. People who listen to this program are familiar with you. You're a journalist. You made a film about Kermit gazelle, I don't even know. There's no way even to describe that. But we can talk about that. In just a moment, you're working on a film, or you've shot a film already about Hunter Biden, what is the title of that film? My son hunter, and that's coming out soon. More news on that quite soon. My son hunter, which is a film about Hunter Biden. Today, however, we're talking about another one of your projects, which is a true crime podcast. So if people are interested in finding it, it is called serial killer, a true crime podcast. And the serial killer, of course, is doctor Kermit gazelle, the Philadelphia abortion doctor convicted of many, many, many murders in 2013, it's horrifying. And talk about this. I'm not a big podcast listener. Some people listen to this program on podcasts, but what is serial killer a true crime podcast? Yeah, so the true crime genre in podcasts. As you say, you know, a lot of on the conservative side, we have a lot of podcasts that are like radio shows on demand. So people listen to your podcast to our podcast. And it's like radio on demand. However, there's this other huge territory in the podcast world of narrative dramatic sort of documentary style podcasts. And one of the biggest sections of that is true crime. So for example, NPR did a show called serial a narrative story about a boy who killed his girlfriend and Muslim boy who killed his girlfriend. 450 million people downloaded it. And it's very high production value is the interview people in prison. And we thought, you know something. We have all these tapes of interviews with Kermit goslaw of interviews with the detectives of interviewed victims. And it's pretty compelling

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García's homer in 9th lifts Marlins past Cardinals 4-3

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 3 d ago

García's homer in 9th lifts Marlins past Cardinals 4-3

"Ever say you'll Garcia and sandy Alcantara led the Marlins to a four three win over the Cardinals The red birds were one out from victory until Garcia belted a two run blast off Ryan helsley Right now and I thank God that I focus on the fast one Our contra is 8 and three after tossing a 7 hitter Working around two runners in the 9th Dylan Carlson drove in two runs for St. Louis which is a game and a half behind the first place brewers in the NL central It was the cardinal's first laws to the Marlins in St. Louis since June 20th 2019 I'm Dave ferry

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"god" Discussed on Wrestling with God Show

Wrestling with God Show

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"god" Discussed on Wrestling with God Show

"Opinions. You're against or what you're against right. Yeah that's all it is and so my friend. Pat is right it just keeps breaking apart and so i just wanna start well in that sense. What good is religion. But the problem is god is relationship. God is not about rejection. So john the cross said god cannot be no justice fax. God can only be loved because god is perfect loving relationship. Got a trinity. So the book wisdom's has got to some reject. Anybody we were jack. God so i just think like the mistake. They're making i about religion as why religion if it just keeps the more and more denominations fighting against each other but if a church solidarity is based on who you were jet you will always miss the god who is the trinity perfect loving relationship so rather than have a theology of who. You're against the word. Catholic even means universal. So we'd say well that's a different source of one and for the person who the person is well why religion what is what good is religion you know. Religion was intended to bring about was oneness among humanity. The problem is that especially young people. They look for other sources of oneness. Something you know if you just turned to the right political leader then we'll be united and some things you could just everybody marched in the street. Then we'll have unity and something that if you have unity then everybody will behave same and everybody will follow the rules and then we'll have unity but historically if you really look at history. All those types of unity are not based on a divine and it always falls. Apart doesn't matter if it's a french revolution tower of babel communism. There's endless examples of history. That any unity based on something external culture language political philosophy. It actually like my friends church. It always splinters. Apart and i know some very energetic and vocal people who define themselves by what. They're against their against child. Poverty against military intervention or against religion. Or against discrimination and. it'd be wonderful if all those energetic people against things would also put some energy into moving forward for something. Just being against things won't change the world now. Some of the things are against. It's often a band-aid that's really necessary. But it's never a solution. It may be necessary address these things but it never is a permanent solution. Give us an example of the date. Okay so let's say. I'm against childhood poverty. I could march against speak against it but it really won't end. Ill forestall it in. Slow it down..

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"god" Discussed on Halfway There | Christian Testimonies | Spiritual Formation, Growth, and Personal Experiences with God

Halfway There | Christian Testimonies | Spiritual Formation, Growth, and Personal Experiences with God

04:27 min | 1 year ago

"god" Discussed on Halfway There | Christian Testimonies | Spiritual Formation, Growth, and Personal Experiences with God

"Look if if the spirit of divine love is gonna come and touch. My body probably. That's my body's gonna react someway if if you know if the presence of god is is thick enough that that people are being healed of diseases. Then who's what's to say that my emotions aren't going to be involved that might bodily reflexes aren't going to be invited to express. I don't think god takes control of us and takes away our. That's not been my experience. And i have also on the on the falling down thing i've witnessed people be pushed down and i reject that nonsense if if god is gonna touch people that got touch people and you don't have to have have figured out. I have experienced Being prayed for and just the most delightful feeling of pace coming over me just the most deeply abiding safe level of peace peace like we might imagine the psalmist writing right like he leads me beside still waters. He restores my soul. Surely goodness and mercy will follow me. And at sometimes i've experienced that and i felt like i would just like to lie down and in bosc in this and and and at that moment i felt someone tapped me on the back to indicate that there was a person standing behind me to catch me if i needed that and i kind of let myself go down to me. That's a real spiritual encounter whether or not i lost consciousness or not. I willingly surrendered to love because love seemed to suddenly come all over me in a intensity. That isn't the way i normally live. I do think actually the holy spirit is all around us. That god is with us. Look nothing can separate us from that. But for whatever reason it seems to me that sometimes god increases intensity like you know the the saturation of oxygen in the air right can can be higher or lower and so that's kind of that's kind of where i end up with it. I'm like yeah. I think probably some of the things that happened. There are just people.

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"god" Discussed on Wrestling with God Show

Wrestling with God Show

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"god" Discussed on Wrestling with God Show

"White clowns and they're generally almost almost naked and paint their bodies black and white and they have two horns on the top of their head and topped off with corn husks in the black and white symbolizes the milky way because these clowns are considered shaman who travel the milky way to give perspective because the way the world looks close up is different from the from the broad perspective milky way we have a tiny little perspective in so the clowns are to give a different perspective people and do it through jokey and clowning around and having us reassess ourselves and i like how the trickster helps us see the world differently so these clouds have permission to make fun of anything and everything and they do it. They make fun of religion and politics in the zuni as they considered the moon. The symbol of the mystery of god. That was totally unavailable. So think about what it meant for the zuni to have you know the white man walking on the moon. So for years the clowns would mock spaceships and technology and it was a way to limber up kind of this. Rigor mortis that had infected the people. They can never really honcker mystery. You can never name the name of god or in the nineteen eighties. There the governor. They're made some political correct decisions. That kind of debase. The uniqueness of zuni is really just pandering to indian votes. So the black and white clowns attack the problem and mocked the governor. Or if bishop is a little too arrogant and seems to be enamored with money. The clowns would mock and mimic bishop. Just kinda bringing perspective back to the church so the trickster has a kind of a sacred role to kind of wake up society. That's what i think the saints do and it's not done out of cruelty. A gift is exchanged in this process. Were were able to laugh at ourselves and see the world from a different perspective. So i don't think we should lose the ability of the tricksters so the tricksters and the god of the tricksters allows us to see hypocrisy and foolishness and sometimes our own. Rookie mortis my dad was a historian. So i grew up with the story of little big man and black elk and they had these indians. Had this thing called the contres and you didn't want to be contrary but sometimes people live there a short period of time as a contrary so they would do everything backwards. They would say goodbye when they meant say. Hello and I know they're uses these elements to shock the people into a new way of understanding to kind of explode the concepts. That are there that they are getting trapped in. And i always thought that was really kind of interesting that well. Maybe god chooses some people to be contrary because like we get so used to celebrating the parts of a right that you forget how provocative they can be and even the prophets of their contrary their holy clowns. Saint theresa tink trees. Zoo saint francis saint catherine in one sense all kind of holy fools that were contractors. You have hold tradition. In native american catholicism even russian orthodox like there's this great story of saint nicholas and ivan. The terrible saint nicholas was a holy fool. That cap ruthless.

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"god" Discussed on Wrestling with God Show

Wrestling with God Show

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"god" Discussed on Wrestling with God Show

"Who would always make these exaggerated claims just so that you would see the ridiculousness of current society and that's what the feast of ask. The feast of fools would do. Because i think we get so trapped in our orthodoxy that we have an answer for everything and gives people the sureties that i have all the answers. But that's a really kinda dangerous in some ways somebody dies and i can tell you why and you get this pious little answer. Why if somebody's born to form you get a pious little answer. Why if somebody gets horrible disease. Oh i can tell you why you get have that and you have this neat little answer for everything but the answer discredits human suffering that's involved and actually discredit compassion. So yeah you need the trickster. There's a need to get in touch with his quality of god that is the trickster saw is area. I like this is air rights. That god's ways are far beyond ours. God's ways are are light and dark and we can't completely understand god's ways and the heart of any civilization. Is that spirituality. And i think there's a real danger of deadly serious orthodoxy. That boxes god into neat little answers and the box day is what god has in store for us. Well this goes back to our original inspiration for the name of this podcast wrestling with god. You know if we always think. Oh yeah. I know exactly what god means there. I know exactly what's going on instead of questioning questioning questioning and going deeper and that kind of thing. I think that's one of the things you're saying here. Yeah yeah definitely an even like the word silly. it's all from the old english similac which means blessed so sometimes what we call sillier crazier ancestors called blessed. I just like the contrast there that yogi should always be wrestling and reassessing things. It's funny when we when we label somebody silly you know. It probably just means that what we think.

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"god" Discussed on Understand the God Who Speaks

Understand the God Who Speaks

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"god" Discussed on Understand the God Who Speaks

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"god" Discussed on Understand the God Who Speaks

Understand the God Who Speaks

05:21 min | 1 year ago

"god" Discussed on Understand the God Who Speaks

"Say. Push to destroy the netflix netflix lately. But some survive yes. They did so the flood they survive on. Noah's ark are known. God logs this this controversy that a lot of people may disagree with being. That's okay. i believe the flood was local. Mean yeah i believe the flood was local. I do not believe this worldwide. And that's why they did survive if back we by many of the racists especially read the nation's the nations in genesis ten go read them. One time you'll find that many of them already appear again they were. They were wiped out by the flood. They've been golf but they appear again. In deuteronomy accidents numbers isaiah all the way up. Through many of the nation's they were still around the netflix survive. That's how my i believe. Yes he's things are sent to hell. He said no. He said the disembodied. He sits excuse me he set the son. So god that committed the sense and in genesis six through four into hell. This guys lucifer is a different person. Even know he did not know he has power over the air. He's still roaming around here. Daddy still roaming around oak says For of.

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"god" Discussed on Understand the God Who Speaks

Understand the God Who Speaks

05:08 min | 1 year ago

"god" Discussed on Understand the God Who Speaks

"And then he says if i do not do the worst of my father do not believe me but if i do them you do not believe me bleed the worst that you may know and understand and then he said in this very important brace the father send me and i am in the fathers. There are two things we need to get out of this tax number. One god the father. And jesus are one. That's the first thing the second thing we need to get out of this tax is this just jesus wanting to make very clear where he stood as one of the elohim one of the l. o. Heen and he said this he said. I want to make this very clear that i am part of the council the son so god but i am uniquely difference because i am in the bother and the father is in be this makes meet the head of the council and they look at bursts thirty nine th because bursts. Thirty nine really riled duma they impact. The word says sees. That word literally means shave. Wanted to grab him and kill him like nobody's business. That's a strong word. He's making it very clear he is not saying to well. You know you think. You're god's because the bible says that that is not what he's saying he say i am. God i am god. You can't match me and just to make it clear the fathers in me and i am in the bobber. Now that that adds that adds a whole new flavor to things. So i sat. And we're going to look at familiar versus. We're going to look at some unfamiliar verses. We're going to examine though. Because they have great implication on the spiritual world so far any questions that i can allies you tate allies you whatever. The word is uncertain. Yeah i got trophies smoking. You said just now that jesus was ellie. Yes he is. Thank you said that. That was god's yeah. I'm gonna explain all that we're gonna get into that we're going to get into that. Maybe not today. we'll try. Well we're gonna talk about the yellow bean because you've got swell get into today. We need to because we have to stand under you with all this.

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"god" Discussed on Understand the God Who Speaks

Understand the God Who Speaks

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"god" Discussed on Understand the God Who Speaks

"The mouths of the prophets and therefore makhaya speaks therefore the lord has said he's going to put a lying spirit in all of these prophets and this very day will be the day of your destruction and guess what if you read the rest of the twenty second chapter of i kings. That was exactly what happened a cab. Dis dis at tragic death. Back the dies coward at so my question is do you really believe that. There was a heavenly council. That god conferred with the heavily council and they made decisions about what we know on earth. That's what messed the number one question or what. What about jiu jitsu. Success this for the angels did not keep their first state but abandoned their first. Vote there about that. They were they were supposed to be in and god has kept him in each turtle. Change under gloominess of darkness until the day of that glut of that judgment. That is to come and my question is. Do you really believe that these spirits are in eternal darkness in eternal chains and that god heads to prison for him. Now that some of the questions we have asked our we have our we. Have i peter. Three eighteen through twenty two thirds speed of three eighteen through twenty. Do says this and we're going to talk about this because this becomes very important. He says it says christ suffered once for sin the just for the unjust or in some translations the righteous the unrighteous to bring them to god and then he says he was put to death and was made alive in the spirit after being made to live with it and proclaimed a message to the disobedience spirits now the question is a lot of people look at that and they say oh well he was quoting from i e knock which he was and that didn't mean anything. That was just a symbol. No that was not at if you look at the context. What is the suffering. That's bound in verse. Eight team christ also suffered once percent. Is that suffering what he did on the cross. How many would say that You'd be wrong. you'd be wrong that suffering in back. The greek word win. That is very important. Word in air. The greek word it is pro hama proprio. Alma is a word that literally means. He went down and suffered. That's what it means. He went down in suffered and it is so what we have here is. We have christ go and down in suffering in hell and he's going to do two things in hell. He's going to proclaim something to these disobedient spirits. And we're going to talk about that. And the second thing is he's going to suffer l. There wasn't day that jesus went to hell. And we in fact you find this especially in a beaches vibe where it says that. He descended into the lower parts of the and he ascended into the parts of the are to the heavens and what we have in here is the idea of health hell is spark down as cabinet is is bar and god is going to feel all of creation including hell and wasn't happy. Insulin hell is this..

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"god" Discussed on UnBoxing “God”

UnBoxing “God”

05:54 min | 1 year ago

"god" Discussed on UnBoxing “God”

"That i'm a part of a twelve step program by got an alcoholic mom and the steps in alanon asked me to come to lead power greater than myself and then give my life and my will over to the god of my understanding and i always say don't understand as we each understand that individual and that's what's important because our face walks our individual. We may worship in groups often to give ourselves support and to generate that spirits and that excitement but each of us have distinct individual faith. Walk that is never been our faith. Walks are as disparate as our personalities and yet it feels like there's some commonality also when you allow yourself into a space of wonder and interest and acknowledgement. Absolutely we fine. Art for instance were attracted to this area of fine art. But just because i love matisse or you love van gogh or someone else loves michelangelo just because we gravitate toward different types of art or things..

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"god" Discussed on UnBoxing “God”

UnBoxing “God”

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"god" Discussed on UnBoxing “God”

"Hello, I'm mikaal. I'm Cassidy. We're both in twelve-step program that ask us to give our lives and wills over to the care of God as we understand him God as we understand him. Yeah, we don't wage understand him. I mean our understanding is served to shove all higher Powers into a constructed box, or maybe it actually box us and living life leaves scars. Some of us are left wounded by the alcoholism of our loved ones which can leave us feeling unsafe around those people who should be our closest friends companions even protectors. Some of us feel injured by religious upbringings organized religion has left many of us feeling emotionally, even spiritually traumatized and some of us feel both. We've been hurt by the drinking of a friend birth. Friend spouse or child? We've tried God tried Church tried faith and none of it made much sense. So how do we find recovery through the twelve steps when we stumble across starting line. God is so often handed to us and a pre-packaged gift that must be accepted as presented. No questions asked no doubts entertained known coloring outside of the lines, but what if we open that box them together instead of debating who God is let's explore who God could be bought through theology history philosophy science myths psychology New Age mystical woo stuff social justice gender Theory sex drugs and rock and roll along with our own personal experiences. And those of a bevy of guests friends and celebrities to discover spiritual realities that are true. Many of us in this podcast we explore ways that people relate to the Divine when it doesn't feel invited. How do we sense God? What do we call God you praise God. What do we worship God do we even need God. Have you ever seen God on psychedelics found God through meditation. Let's drop our preconceived notions of God and explore out-of-the-box concepts of a higher power in order to more deeply connect with the Divine with others and with ourselves. Let's try and discover so many Universal truths perennial wisdom and how we might apply them to live healthier happier or at least more content and better lives. So join me off McCall and me Cassidy as we attempt to unbox a new topic every week, you know, maybe if we stopped boxing God we could find a home. New Journey of spiritual growth and healing that awaits us after all my favorite twelve words from the Al-Anon suggested closing our if you try to keep an open mind, you will find helpful and really isn't that what we're all looking for..

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"god" Discussed on UnBoxing “God”

UnBoxing “God”

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"god" Discussed on UnBoxing “God”

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"god" Discussed on UnBoxing “God”

UnBoxing “God”

07:16 min | 1 year ago

"god" Discussed on UnBoxing “God”

"They also when you look at the two hundred years between reduce aside and we had Christianity coming official religion with Constantine what we see is that winner holding secret meetings. So as Christianity grew ask people were teaching Christianity important came out of it is this thing called domestic authorization? Survivor had to be something that was speaking to that. Their inner vine, their inner religion, their inner belief. In domestic proselytization was basically. You go to these town anger, the officials, and the men who are no we're followers Roman gods and. who was they were going to women. And they were teaching a women talking with women about religion. So they may still at home how their temple to Zeus of their temple sue uber whoever right the women were teaching the Children Christianity the biggest example. This of course is constantly mother who converted to Christian into very strong in devout Christian and Wisconsin tely pushy encouraging constantine to switch religions not destroy term. But for the whole nation and finally win Hussy guy can convert it was murders influence that costs And then that is because the great conversion that's who get a relations grow and it's also important to remember that as Christianity was growing. One of the things it was doing was pushing out in killing any belief in viruses an effeminate divine that was around it was practicing that so that people will the Christianity. From these breaks. So what I took from this is that women are Hella powerful. Yeah and any group of people who can sustain and grow a religion of all things especially on the down low is something to be revered. Okay. But this other reason to revere women is their intuition. Right? Isn't women's intuition a thing and mother's intuition. You know an episode ten point five Anima. animus. We talked about how one of the characteristics across time and culture is that the male aspect is related to reason and logic and that the female aspects are related to intuition and emotion. So it only makes sense that we have these things like women's intuition and mother's instincts remember for archetypes and Wu episode when I talked to Jennifer seek before we went off the deep end into shock Ras and energy and Tarot cards and Dream Analysis A. Avid her about intuition because there's something that's really bugged me here for a while. You know I think of my intuition as a gift to be able to on occasion just quite out the world and tap into something bigger and deeper than anything in my logical brain a whole you knew I'd be interested in this conversation I. Figured you get. Okay. Let's listening. The name of Your Business even has intuitively. And one of the things I can't avoid is the idea of women's intuition Sure So when I was in college, I studied sex gender for my masters. Box Keller is eight philosophy in history teacher at mit now but you wrote a book that was extremely pivotal to me and it's all about God nature life and feminism but with history and philosophy intertwined. And she talks a lot about women's intuition that comes from a female's innate superiority in the skill of reading other people's emotions. So I usually am all. For equality. But when it comes to women's intuition, I can actually rationalized that it has something to do with giving birth. The fact that my body can create another human being that relies on my body for sustenance. and. Definitely protection the mail can go hunting but I need to stay with the duckling. Can Imagine. Biologically. Spiritually. Being, gifted with a deeper sense of that intuition so that I can connect with another human being where we don't speak the same language yet. They don't understand words yet. They don't have memories yet. I can imagine that intuition is the only way a mother and a baby can actually. Communicate Yeah, I think that makes a lot of sense. The idea that women are more intuitive because they need to be because they're responding the energy is receptive and they have to open that conduit in that way. Absolutely that makes a lot of sense. So in your experience with other impacts or intuitive. What's the percentage of men? There are a lot of men who are intuitive I feel like that whole idea that women are neethling more intuitive is really interesting idea I think in this culture that probably is true because I think men and women are geared in different directions and value different things in the family structurally that kind of thing I'm not convinced that it's true with A. T I think there could be a culture where men were just as intuitive as women I've had many men take my Tara class and blow me out of the water with their intuition. You know I've had men who had dreams that came true like actually I work with more men than women right now ironically and a lot of. Intuitive very feeling toned complex. You know a lot of deaths in their in their vision and their way of looking at the world. So maybe it's more cultural limitation on how men at least are expected to express themselves her we know that. That gender tends to be inhibited in. US pressing AMERCIANS. Absolutely. The maybe it's there but not uncovered and perhaps like the shadow self that is ignored get actually grown stronger so that when they open that box. US. 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"god" Discussed on UnBoxing “God”

UnBoxing “God”

06:43 min | 1 year ago

"god" Discussed on UnBoxing “God”

"And high criticisms, the scholars never touch the position of women. What has been the legacy of this portrayal of the first woman. Women in countries across the globe are still denied access to education and other rights based in part on this story. Remember that each of the three monotheist religions Judaism Christianity and Islam all support the books of the Old Testament as divinely inspired. Even, the US accessed education for girls was not commonplace until the late nineteenth century and that still dependent on race and class distinctions. Today the most vocal opponents to women's rights to birth control abortion, and the passage of the equal rights amendment. Used the Bible as justification for their views. Maybe, it's time for women to say no to religion and to recognize the Judeo Christian tradition not as divinely. But as a means for men to dominate women for men to secure property and power and for women to keep their place in the province fear. In the Western world, today women have an opportunity to be equal to men in the workplace in the public sphere and at home. Times have changed as women. Let's acknowledge the role religion played in the Patriarchal Society of old as we work to create a society that values men and women equally. Let's acknowledge. It's time to let go of religion. As Sonia Johnson said after her excommunication by the Mormon Church in one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, nine. One of my favorite fantasies is that one Sunday not one single woman in any country of the world will go to church. Women simply stop giving our time and energy to the institutions that oppress. They would have to cease to do so. And that was written by Karen Garst. July twenty, seventh two, thousand, fifteen, The ironic thing about it though. It is exactly women who do go to church. I mean the difference between male and female attendance at religious services specifically in Church services is extraordinary. The gender gap in religion around the world shows without any doubt that women are generally more religious than men are particularly amongst. Christians. There is a gender difference attendance at houses of worship that statistically proven. Standard lists of history's most influential religious leaders among them Abraham Moses Jesus Muhammad, the Tend to be predominantly if not exclusively male. Many religious groups including Roman Catholics and Orthodox Jews allow only men to be clergy. While others including some denominations in the event delicate Protestant tradition have lifted that restriction only in recent decades yet it often appears that the ranks of the faithful are dominated by women. Needless to say, coming across this information led McCowan me two more questions, not answers. Luckily, for us, we know heather a dear mutual friend who just happens to know all about this subject. Heather Stott Gender and ethnic studies at the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa plus multiple courses of two women studies, and she has a law degree. So we asked her to fill us in on why historically women just haven't been in the picture the picture of church power that is plus why women seem to dominate worship service attendance to here's heather to tell us more. Listening important things that happened when the grammar origins. Over is they recognize the goddess female, Divine Dangerous. And part of the reason why they were trying to squash that al.. was trying to quash out power and women. And what do they held the lights. They were grew as pagans and wiccans. As leave you them say in their Sidey, their powerful people go then the ones who communicating with the goddesses to communicate with the earth. And for Christianity when you wanted to teach different methods, that's something that you WanNa wipe out. An order to get the Abraham purchases to spread you had to wipe out that and in Western culture that's what happened. And wiping out. The female behind. The also piped out Renan having really any power really any influence at all. And it's not send that maybe with a low of four. But under the Ibrahimovic. Religions. It's away. Really interesting. How women lose power within the HAMMOCK religions. When women are responsible for Christianity surviving had it not been for women? There's a chance that. Christianity, with just not around now, what I mean is ninety talking vases of Mary had Jesus and Mary Magdalene and Mary. Helped uses after Jesus was killed the apostles went hiding. Because nobody else wanted Neil cure across. We look at these and we have to understand that they with other women were then continuing to TC with Jesus was teaching NC and. Other women. And these women teach to cover and if you think about it in our modern society. Mom's the one who's usually getting the kids on Sunday morning and making everybody go to church MOM Muslims Planning Baptisms and planning confirmations MOMS the ones who are making the bar about mid says the women and mothers are the ones who key circled usually leave the religion within their own halts and obey are.

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"god" Discussed on UnBoxing “God”

UnBoxing “God”

08:49 min | 1 year ago

"god" Discussed on UnBoxing “God”

"Amount of confrontation own. Remember when I told you about Karen garst she has a website called faithless feminist. This. Year in April of Twenty twenty, she published an essay called. Thanks God for blaming Eve dot dot dot not. When I read it. I felt so scene. Because this is very much how I felt. I'm just GonNa read it to you word for word. Dressed in my print dress with to scratchy crinolines underneath I hold my mother's hand as we enter the gathering area for Sunday school classes. After an opening song we split up by age group. Cautiously I enter the first grade. Room. Fortunately, I know at least three kids. Thank Heaven. The teacher Mrs Johnson informs us that each week we learn about a different story from the Bible. I'm just learning to read it public school. Love it. When someone reads out loud to me, Sunday school sounds like it's going to be great. I shouldn't have worried so much. Poked my mother and father had shared some stories from the Bible with me and I've seen my father opened his black Leather Bible every night. But coming to church seems different. I've been detergent before and everyone is quite when the pastor speaks. I don't understand much of what he says. So I hope Mrs Johnson will be easier to understand just like my teacher at school. After. She asks us to calm down and sit quietly in our chairs. Mrs Johnson explains the story of Adam and Eve. She skips over the creation of the earth and goes right to the garden part. Eve eats from the Forbidden Tree of knowledge and boy is God mad. She and Adam get kicked out of the Garden of Eden and now eve becomes the cause of all the sin in the world. Alright. I don't remember this episode exactly, but it probably happened in a similar manner. There was an eager young girl ready to learn about my faith and what was I hit with? Women are the cause of all evil. seriously. It's hard to underestimate the role of the story of Eve has played in the treatment of women in Western civilization. She comes to symbolize all. That's wrong with humankind. She Represents Disobedience Pride Arrogance Lust Sin. While previous patriarchal societies, even those with female deities hadn't treated women as Borden to men in terms of property ownership the right to choose a spouse and access to education. The portrayal of Eve brings that subordination to a whole new level. Prior to Israelite Monotheism Women weren't always portrayed as the epitome of evil carved Klay fingerings dating from twenty five thousand years ago may have symbolized the awe and mystery of new birth. These figurines mostly feminine often with pregnant Torsos Pendulum breath tests were found in the living spaces of our hunter gatherer ancestors. These figurines represented in all likelihood, the regenerative power of the female who was responsible for giving birth to new members of the clan. These. Klay representations were probably used also to promote the fertility of the land when the tribes moved from hunting and gathering to simple agriculture. Referred to as Klay pillars similar female figurines have been found extensively in the area of the Israelite settlement in Canaan dating to the seventh and eighth centuries B E. Virtually, all religions prior to Judaism also had women in them. Greeks had aphrodite eighty an arguments. Romans. Had nervoun Venus and Diana. The. Babylonians had ichitaro Knin Lil just to name a few. Even, the Canaanites worshiped to the goddess Ashira along with the male gods by all and L.. But this new Israelite religion, the first strictly monotheistic religion is GONNA be different. No women. Just one God for now. And he is male. Let's get back to eve. Banishment from paradise isn't the only punishment for eve in addition to putting her under the rule of man from this time forward God tells eve that she will also endure. Great Pain in childbirth. Instead. Of venerating fertility as other religions had done, the Bible Equates with sin. In the eighteen hundreds, this passage about punishment pain for women was used by clerics to attempt to deny women any anesthesia during childbirth. What Omniscient Omnipotent God. Make the wonderful an amazing event of giving birth a painful punishment. But how about the Christians? Did they carry the story forward. As the followers of Jesus were Jewish they knew the Tanaka well. Tanaka became what Christians now called the Old Testament. Even. Though eve is not mentioned anywhere outside of Genesis early. Christian. Leaders weren't gonNA. Let go of that imagery or the opportunity to further subordinate women in the priesthood in her role in the new church and in virtually all aspects of their lives. Tur- two, million, a prolific Christian writer. was just one of many to expand upon the biblical account of Eve to further denigrate women. And do you not know that you are eve? God sentence hangs still over all your sex and his punishment ways down upon you. You are the Devil's gateway. You are she who I violated the forbidden tree and broke the law of God. It was you who coaxed your way around him who the devil had not force to attack. With what ease you shattered that image of God Man. Because, of the death, you merited even the son of God had to die. Woman you are the gate to hell. arrhenius bishop of Lyons in Gaul. Modern Day France. In the second century summed it up well. Eve having become disobedient. was made the cause of death. Both for herself and for all the human. Race. edginess bishop of Solomos in Cyprus noted ironically. For Eve was called mother of the living after she had heard the words you are dust and to dust, you shall return. In other words after the fall. It seems odd that she should receive such a grand title after having sinned. Looking at the matter from the outside one notices. Eve is the one from whom the entire human race took its origin on this earth. Nineteenth Century Atheist and women's suffragette Elizabeth caddy stint. Commented on the pivotal role is story has played in the subordination of women. Take the snake, the fruit tree, and woman from the Tableau. And we have no fall. Nor frowning judge. No Inferno. Everlasting punishment hence, no need for a savior. Thus. The bottom falls out of the whole Christian theology. Here's the reason why in all the biblical researches.

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"god" Discussed on A Cuppa God

A Cuppa God

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"god" Discussed on A Cuppa God

"Mark took the ten versus one to twelve to stay thoughts of the day. It was because your hearts were hard. That Moses wrote this low mock Charleston West five people's just left that place and way to the region of Judea across the Jordan again crabs and people can join and as guest. He told them some scam interested in by asking. Is it low for imaginable? His wife would it is among you replied this at mothers pervert to demand to rise certificate of Devos Center away it was because your hearts were hard that Moses wrote Cutie Slow Jisr replied but at the beginning of creation God made them male and female who this region a man will leave his father and mother and begin entities wife and it Jim will become one flesh so they are no longer today but one flesh therefore what God has joined together. Let no one separate. When they were in the house again the disciples of Jesus about this. He answered anyone. Devoted his wife and marries another woman commits adultery against her and she has been married another man. She commits adultery. It is at a challenging passage for a lot of push. Oh God loves a student so much will allow them to escape domestic abuse and offend that. He keeps his joan safe his wing. He did that for me. So how can we avoid making choices for a spouse so as not to eject like a used Kleenex? One thing I liked me years ago was their relationship with the training because I was unchurched. There has become fast our relationship with God because if he has someone ready for us he will miss you. This part of this plan is field. Otherwise some of this set aside for fulltime Saturdays. I've got delivered from family responsibilities because God takes up. All of the time and Jen socializing choosing a life partner. Jeeze guide does he knows who is best for as we wait on his prompting. We need all of the fruits of the spirit to sustain us. Hopefully there are marriage causes which I found out once devos do on the steps of the pitfalls wouldn't that has given us so when we give up on others Jesus never gives up similarly. How do you hear at Church? About being unevenly yoked things neither need unpacking and fast as a time where more and more people cohabit as if children of God world jets trying before buying prahlad when we know value in the Kingdom of God now teachings we see us Which are clear about relationships in marriage? Help US know the fullness of your love and a value in you today in your name..

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"god" Discussed on A Cuppa God

A Cuppa God

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"god" Discussed on A Cuppa God

"Hello and welcome to take up a god. Some reflection on the scriptures this is serious producer hosts breath media and.

"god" Discussed on A Cuppa God

A Cuppa God

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"god" Discussed on A Cuppa God

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