9 Burst results for "Glenn Stanton"
"glenn stanton" Discussed on Biters: The Walking Dead Podcast with Dianne
"Familiar. It's very unsettling yeah yeah so anyway. there's not a lot out there about glenn stanton here. You got a new. I got on youtube to see if there is anything about him on youtube. And there's all these glenn stanton's on youtube and none of them. Are this dude in fact a couple of like elderly preachers saying i. Actually google glenn stanton actually had to google. Glenn stanton actor. Yeah so but unfortunately frost was not long for this world but man. He howls like a trooper. I did at least not like angela hangs commentary that he knew he was going to be tortured and he just kind of leaned into it. Yeah yeah the resolve. The he had when darryl was looking at him. And he's like you just gonna stand there looking at me and a whole i won't swear how transfer even though it's our podcast. I was going to say it's our podcast where we wanna fuck. Fuck fuck back. I did manage to. It was just voting for the billing quoting megan haha. Okay fine you just gonna stand there staring at me asshole. Frost frost was was kind of the hero of this episode. For maybe not outing. Daryl will see. I don't think he outed daryl. Although i well maybe he did because the whole powerpoint putting his arm around the other and walking away at the end. Yeah exactly so. We will talk about that. I hate the reapers. I hate hope. I hate them. I hate them. I hate them can all right. I got that on my system briefly. I'm sure it's gonna come back okay. Whisperers corner so whispers corner was pretty boring I do have some news about sydney park. You probably remember her from oceanside got a role on a showtime series called coercion which is about sex trafficking. And there is supposed to be a premier. Coming up and lena notre dame apparently she plays someone who rebuilds her life after she gets out of sex trafficking situation. Wow yeah so. I hope for her that she has good success with the series. Me metoo that. That is a very difficult subject matter aright. next thing we've already said not podcasting world beyond. But i thought i would share this the world beyond explorers jada sa's journey over the past six years in this season and i will tell you that pollyanna mcintosh has an even worse haircut than that. She had walking dead. You know bless her for committing to the character. True that that haircut in the promos is just like. I didn't think it could be worse. Look was that movie that you had me watched. That had like the ravens in it. I don't even remember what it was called. Oh yeah i don't remember. Does comedy was another horror movie. No like when when she's on talking dead. She is absolutely studying. She's a lovely woman. She just you're right. She absolutely commits to her role. Whatever that role requires and off season. She can totally style those haircuts in into something that works for her so yeah not not any any criticism for pollyanna mcintosh Kudos to her four leaning in And.
"glenn stanton" Discussed on Biters: The Walking Dead Podcast with Dianne
"But that is the tv series. That i watch. He had a recurring role on the tv series. The sun with an amc property with pierce brosnan right. Um and he has basically just been sort of a season eleven regular for the walking dead but not an hour but fear not for his career. He has two things in post production and one thing that is filming. He has to shorts the first one. Is i propose we break up title. I don't like that okay. This one after a love story. Maybe we'll see how it pans out. So he is also in filming for the ancients which looks like a movie although it looks like he's doing voice work in it. Yeah but that's okay so it looks like a cgi movie Okay so not a cartoon not alive action but like it looks like there's real actors but it's definitely computer generated. Okay kind of like alita battle angel or that that kind of thing. Exactly exactly okay. He is absolutely beautiful on instagram. Like he is. He has said he cleans up very nicely and he definitely definitely leans left. Don't hate don't follow him if you're gonna hate on him he is. Glenn stanton drama on instagram. Stowe he is also on twitter at glenn. Stanton act Also got some cool behind the scenes shots on his twitter and he is also on facebook. Of course just glenn stanton so you know how i said that i felt like i needed to revise my rating of rendition. Yeah have you. After this little bit of exposure to pope and the group again. I was like nope still hate him. I think what's funny is. I don't know if it is the kind of grizzled military with the kind of cap That he wears like. I feel like i know him from somewhere. Like i feel like he's he's been the bad guy or an anti hero in another movie lady just as very talking about about pope. Oh he's been in multiple things where he's played. The bad guy remember. That was that was that was his claim to fame is that he plays the bad guy but just just the look of his character pope. It's i don't know there's very something very familiar about it. So yeah it's it's actually. It's very unsettling it's not a good thing..
"glenn stanton" Discussed on Biters: The Walking Dead Podcast with Dianne
"I love my horror movies like i. So many of my coworkers and girlfriends they talk about chick flicks and i'm just like nope. Dark fear and horror movies like apparently. I'm a dude at heart man. I don't even know what my genre is anymore. I don't hockey okay. I will no longer belabor the people under the stairs connection that nobody else seems to be making i. I have yet to listen to aim for the head which i did mention it to steve on their facebook page. Where i'm like. Oh my god back me up on this like the people under the stairs. You're probably like one of three people who's watched it. Well i you know that makes me feel like maybe i should direct direct message greg nicotera and be like am i crazy. I know i'm crazy. But i'm crazy about this. Hey i think you should shouldn't see if he responds to you. I double dog dare you. I will tweet him very good. Yup tweet him tonight okay. I am drinking a giant bottle of chocolate raspberry stout so i will need to write that down. Tweet nicotera all right all right so are featured cast because we're running kind of thin featured cast because there aren't enough new cast members. Steve and we decided that we were going to talk about the guy who played frost. Who is the prisoner. Who was with god blanking on his name. not norman. rita's now know who's with darrell. Darrell new from alexandria. And darryl was like i don't know you i don't know you are right. And then then. We didn't have greg. How god is completely fried. I'm sorry i'm so tired. Then we did not have daryl in last episode. We have them again in this episode. I had issues with that. We'll talk about that Anyway pope ended up killing for us. Yes so of course because the character died we try and if there's more than one sorry but if a character dies we try and make them the featured cast member and plus zilly the only really new cast member That we haven't done yet. So frost aka glenn stanton which by the way he cleans a very nice. Oh yeah definitely so. He kind of started out life as sports bowler. So just so. We're clear about which sports ball he played in a junior. Us basketball team. I don't know exactly what that means. I don't know if that means like Out of high school beginning of college or still in high school but then he actually played a middle linebacker for ohio. Northern university and i looked at him. And i'm like dude. You're not really big enough to be linebacker. Because i'm learning about that sports ball too. Yeah i wouldn't know how big seventy needs to be to be a linebacker. Linebackers are generally big..
"glenn stanton" Discussed on The Daily Article
"This is the daily article podcast published by the denison forum or culture changing christians to receive the daily article directly to your email inbox each weekday morning visit the daily article dot com. Now here's today's news discerned differently. There was a time when christian faith was central to culture in our lifetime. We've seen religion become peripheral a personal opinion. We are told to keep to ourselves now. Many our culture view biblical morality as dangerous to society we are accused of being bigoted and discriminatory legal challenges to religious. Liberty are mounting. Yet the further our society moves from biblical truth. The more people will hunger for biblical truth so today. Would you please pray about how god might have you link arms with the denison forum to reach a one hundred fifty thousand dollar goal by june thirtieth so that together we can share this truth. The impact of your gift will be doubled by a seventy five thousand dollars matching grant. If god leads you to give please do so today at daily article dot org. That's daily article dot org. Thank you for your partnership at this important time in his sermon. Learning in wartime cs lewis stated. Good philosophy must exist if for no other reason because bad philosophy needs to be answered for christian seeking to influence our secular culture this often entails utilizing secular arguments for spiritual ends for example. Consider the growing movement to legalize prostitution oregon's house. Judiciary committee is currently considering a bill. That would decriminalize so-called sex work. The aclu has come out in support of this movement. When vice president kamala harris was running for president in two thousand nineteen she voiced her support as well advocates claim that criminalization of prostitution contributes to community violence propagates crime blocks access to public health. Resources is an ineffective deterrent to participation in sex work and is deeply harmful to sex workers. They add that criminalising sex work causes workers to fear the police making them less likely to ask for help. If they faced danger from a client they say it also makes it harder for sex workers to access healthcare welfare benefits and social services however supporters of decriminalizing sex work should acknowledge the risks for sex workers a self-described famas rates that prostitution is inherently abusive and cause and consequence of women's inequality one study of prostituted women nine countries found that seventy to ninety five percent were physically assaulted. Sixty to seventy five percent were raped and eighty nine percent told researchers that they urgently wanted to escape prostitution. In addition the us department of state warns that where prostitution is legalized tolerated. There is a greater demand for human trafficking victims and nearly always an increase in the number of women and children trafficked into commercial sex slavery a study published by the harvard law. School reported that countries with legalized prostitution are associated with higher human trafficking. Inflows then countries where prostitution is prohibited. Let's consider another example of using secular arguments in the secular culture to advance a spiritual outcome. A physical education teacher recently made national headlines when he spoke against policy of firming gender transition by children he was subsequently placed on leave from his job. A court reinstated him. But the obvious threat to those who stand against this tide is clear. Glenn t stanton the director of family formation studies at focus on the family rights in the federalist that science is clearly on. The teacher's side studies show that seventy five to ninety percent of children's struggling with gender. Dis fauria confusion over their gender identity revert to identifying with their natural sex and gender by puberty however when adults around such children of firm. They're dysphoric by cooperating with name clothing pronoun and other identity changes they can make it exceedingly difficult for the child to revert to their natural sex identity as they desire in support of this fact stanton refers to numerous studies from prestigious centers in scholars. In the study of sexual behavior he closes by citing the work of dr kenneth zucker a professor of psychiatry at the university of toronto and the current and longtime editor of the journal archives of sexual behavior doctors ducker lead the world renown challenged youth and family gender identity clinic in toronto for decades and was selected by the american psychiatric association to chair the workgroup that developed the clinical criteria for gender dis. Fauria doctors ducker notes that the majority of young children experiencing gender dis. Fauria do not suffer from this condition when followed up in adolescence or adulthood. He therefore argues that supporting gender transition and children can often be the least attractive therapy option using evidence that will be persuasive for those we seek to persuade is a biblical strategy when paul spoke to jews thessalonica in acts seventeen to through three. He reasoned with them from the scriptures explaining and proving that it was necessary for the christ to suffer and to rise from the dead. His persuasion was effective leading a large number of people to christ verse four however when the apostles spoke to greek philosophers in athens did not quote a single verse from the bible knowing that they would reject its authority instead. He quoted the greek poets. Epping mundy's and eras once again. His persuasion was effective leading a member of the areopagus the leading intellectual group in their culture to christ. You might be thinking that. You're not the apostle paul or professional cultural apologised like glenn stanton or myself. Here's the good news. Anyone who is willing to be used by god will be used by god. You have spiritual gifts which equip and empower you for your kingdom calling for more go to our website and see my online spiritual gifts analysis. You have a lifetime of expertise and experience that can be used by the spirit to declare and defend your faith. Furthermore we can know that god will only lead us into opportunities. Were he intends to use us. He is already preparing the mind and heart of the next person he intends you to engage with biblical truth. He is already preparing your mind and heart for that engagement and the story of your personal faith is more persuasive than you might imagine when a man born blind was healed by jesus and then called by the religious authorities to account for his healing. He told them one thing. I do know that though. I was blind now i see. Has jesus opened your spiritual eyes. With whom will you share the good news today. Note for more. On god's unique call for us read my latest website article a bear on a pole and a dog hurting on a farm finding in fulfilling our mission for removing invitation to trust our fathers. Unconditional love for us read many elkins article high school principal. Marcus gauze things to graduates. God's message through music for ways to share our faith across cultures seamark legs insightful article. Two hundred fifteen children's bodies found at kamloops indian residential school morning.
"glenn stanton" Discussed on Cross Examined Official Podcast
"Yeah i knew that cohabitation. I'd seen the studies and ready to read a little bit about how it puts a couple that ends up getting married at a disadvantage but it actually surprised me. How strong the evidence is that. Basically glenn stanton our friend at focus said if you going to invent a way to put a marriage at a disadvantage. It'd be hard to find something more effective than living together now. That's kind of counter intuitive. At least to many young people. When i talked young people say you think it helps someone to live together. I like even a lot of christians will say. I think it's wrong but it's probably going to help them and then i'll say the study shows the opposite. Why is that the case. And there's a number of reasons here number one. Being men and women tend to have different expectations in cohabiting relationship. Women tend to approach this like. This is a step of commitment towards ultimate commitment. A man tens of you like this is just a step where i get what i want without bigger commitment and i can leave tomorrow if i want to leave tonight so that disparity is different seconds. My wife and i differ about something or were upset there. Something we have. They gives us a freedom that doesn't exist in a living together couple and that thing we have is called commitments. My wife knows both of our wives. Stephanie no we're not leaving them and were committed to him as much as she's upset with me i'm going to here and we're going to work it through and were going to find a way that doesn't exist in a cohabiting relationship. So what happens. Is people move in together and they think it's simulating a marriage relationship. But it's lacking the very component that makes a marriage relationship work and so when it's all said and done my students will say things like well you get to see if they put the you know the the cap back on the toothpaste or how they make their coffee in the morning..
"glenn stanton" Discussed on The BreakPoint Podcast
"The confirmation hearings for Judge Amy, , CONYBEARE IT Senator Maisy. . Hirano of Hawaii expressed outrage and shock that the nominee would use the term sexual preference instead of sexual orientation sexual preference announced senator. . TORONTO. . Is An offensive and outdated term used by anti lgbtq activists to suggest that sexual orientation is a choice. . It is not after the Exchange Merriam Webster which apparently like most Americans had not gotten that Nemo with these new linguistic absolutes quickly changed the definition of sexual preference in its online dictionary. . To, , indicate that this wording is now offensive who knew we'll beyond the orwellianism of the literally changing the dictionary to support a political climb. . It seems that Senator Hirano is the one who's actually behind the Times on this whole sexual orientation versus Sexual Preference Issue According to Dr Glenn Stanton, , and then outstanding new article at public discourse. . Judge Barrett's terminology is actually more in line with the latest thinking of leading gender scholars for example, , Professor Sorry Van Anders at candidates Queens University has stated that. . Quote sexual orientation as a term is increasingly seen as regressive because it belongs to the bio centralist project translating to English. . What she saying is that the word orientation suggests that sexuality is hard wired and according to Professor Anders that's just not the consensus anymore among her peers though the whole born this way claim was once a very useful slogan to advance gay rights it no longer serves the goals of the LGBTQ. . Movement years ago for instance, two , scholars at Ucla question the concept of. . Sexual. . Orientation especially for women to instead that women's sexuality and Orientation Fluid Changeable over time and variable across social context other social scientists that Glenn Stanton quotes in his public discourse Article Call For a paradigm shift in how female sexuality is studied and described, , and there've been plenty of surveys indicate that most self identified lesbians will have relationships with men. . At some point. . There's also a more obvious problem with the idea of a fixed orientation that's found in the very initials of the acronym especially the. . Be The queue of lgbtq as political commentator Douglas Murray who identifies as gay by the way rights bisexuals continued to be viewed as some kind of betrayal from within the gay community gay men tend to believe that men who claim to be by are in fact, , gays in some form of denial yet according to a pew research report from last summer bisexuals account for almost half of all LGBTQ adult in the US in fact, the , authors of a new book published by Harvard University Press. . Think. . That male bisexuals are those who call themselves mostly straight vastly outnumber exclusively gay men. . Thus they conclude the old system of gay straight or BI has as stanton puts, , it outgrown its usefulness and even bigger challenge in the B. to the born. . This way dogma is the T- gay rights and gay marriage were sold to us. . The premise that homosexuality is hard wired maybe even genetic like race but anyone claiming transgender as an identity does. . So in spite of physical and genetic realities not because. Of . them and the CUE which usually stands for questioning well, that , continues to evolve in both meaning and practice to include more and more sexual preferences as an identity. . Well, , one wonders whether Senator Horon would feel compelled to lecture the various social scientists that Glenn Stanton sites. . In this article my suspicion is she wouldn't in fact, , my suspicion is that Senate Arana was fed this talking point by an aide who's checking twitter and saw it as an opportunity to tar and feather judge Barrett as. . A big what's ultimately revealed by her political posturing awoke language policing however is crucially important for all of us to now that phrases such a sexual orientation or sexual preference or whatever. The . latest nomenclature are terms made up not to describe reality but to advance the idea that has revolutionized. . So much of our culture on politics that sexual attraction and urge define and determine who we are. . That's the idea we can never embrace even if we're facing outrage from a senator
Born This Way Is Old Science
"The confirmation hearings for Judge Amy, CONYBEARE IT Senator Maisy. Hirano of Hawaii expressed outrage and shock that the nominee would use the term sexual preference instead of sexual orientation sexual preference announced senator. TORONTO. Is An offensive and outdated term used by anti lgbtq activists to suggest that sexual orientation is a choice. It is not after the Exchange Merriam Webster which apparently like most Americans had not gotten that Nemo with these new linguistic absolutes quickly changed the definition of sexual preference in its online dictionary. To, indicate that this wording is now offensive who knew we'll beyond the orwellianism of the literally changing the dictionary to support a political climb. It seems that Senator Hirano is the one who's actually behind the Times on this whole sexual orientation versus Sexual Preference Issue According to Dr Glenn Stanton, and then outstanding new article at public discourse. Judge Barrett's terminology is actually more in line with the latest thinking of leading gender scholars for example, Professor Sorry Van Anders at candidates Queens University has stated that. Quote sexual orientation as a term is increasingly seen as regressive because it belongs to the bio centralist project translating to English. What she saying is that the word orientation suggests that sexuality is hard wired and according to Professor Anders that's just not the consensus anymore among her peers though the whole born this way claim was once a very useful slogan to advance gay rights it no longer serves the goals of the LGBTQ. Movement years ago for instance, two scholars at Ucla question the concept of. Sexual. Orientation especially for women to instead that women's sexuality and Orientation Fluid Changeable over time and variable across social context other social scientists that Glenn Stanton quotes in his public discourse Article Call For a paradigm shift in how female sexuality is studied and described, and there've been plenty of surveys indicate that most self identified lesbians will have relationships with men. At some point. There's also a more obvious problem with the idea of a fixed orientation that's found in the very initials of the acronym especially the. Be The queue of lgbtq as political commentator Douglas Murray who identifies as gay by the way rights bisexuals continued to be viewed as some kind of betrayal from within the gay community gay men tend to believe that men who claim to be by are in fact, gays in some form of denial yet according to a pew research report from last summer bisexuals account for almost half of all LGBTQ adult in the US in fact, the authors of a new book published by Harvard University Press. Think. That male bisexuals are those who call themselves mostly straight vastly outnumber exclusively gay men. Thus they conclude the old system of gay straight or BI has as stanton puts, it outgrown its usefulness and even bigger challenge in the B. to the born. This way dogma is the T- gay rights and gay marriage were sold to us. The premise that homosexuality is hard wired maybe even genetic like race but anyone claiming transgender as an identity does. So in spite of physical and genetic realities not because. Of them and the CUE which usually stands for questioning well, that continues to evolve in both meaning and practice to include more and more sexual preferences as an identity. Well, one wonders whether Senator Horon would feel compelled to lecture the various social scientists that Glenn Stanton sites. In this article my suspicion is she wouldn't in fact, my suspicion is that Senate Arana was fed this talking point by an aide who's checking twitter and saw it as an opportunity to tar and feather judge Barrett as. A big what's ultimately revealed by her political posturing awoke language policing however is crucially important for all of us to now that phrases such a sexual orientation or sexual preference or whatever. The latest nomenclature are terms made up not to describe reality but to advance the idea that has revolutionized. So much of our culture on politics that sexual attraction and urge define and determine who we are. That's the idea we can never embrace even if we're facing outrage from a senator
"glenn stanton" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Forty two AM Tony Paige back with yourself mother's day is. A little bit closer to go to Manhattan Vernon what's happening. Doing. All right. How are you? Telling that to to get. So I will say be mother's day to all those out there listening to Tony page show. And they to you tell me, and you family thing. Most likely going into two thousand twenty won't be leaving. Why? The Email that was sent to me today. I was so upset from this Email from New York Mets. Effective. Immediately may twentieth. Backpacks. Aband- really, you cannot bring a backpack into city you. The thing senior the reason why I'm so behind Tony out unless you know, this that I create different famine helmets real ones. If you ever go online, just right and the New York Mets Kula K O thrills Elliara from and and we do that pays you'll see a lot of fellows, come up with me. So you feel also at the booklet cyclones, so I sent throughout the naturalisation strong nasty letter regarding this new thing that the decided to do Facebook lines down from South Carolina. She the semi back Email, and she said, you know, they have a farm team down in South Carolina, and the Email came back fans a backing up the fans up here in New York. So they won't take. You can't bring a backpack and you had your helmet in the the farmers helmet into bag. That is correct. So it has a split screen. So one side is screen shows the Mets backpack with an x across it. This occurs. Drawstring shopping day hooping stuff in that makes no sense. And so I said camp person, I won't mention her name. She called me about this. And I said I'm not going back in two thousand twenty. Yucca. Forget that. So he was the first of all you'll know carry the helmet in a backpack. So she says well could have sent into something I said, no it has to be in a backpack. Affect can't walk. You know, what a shopping bag with the helmet the wave tremendous. Do. I get it from the fire department the way we'll just wearing if the game. Yes. Okay. Okay. So created five helmets different color homes for the these are real fun helmets and community four helmets for the Brooklyn cyclones different colors. So she was anything. The way I said depends. That's. Visability in that way. The most and say can't see putting something that's no. Because the backpacks carry the weight of the helmet. So. Fans come in from other teams. So she said we will have a truck throughout in and you can leave your bags in the truck. So I said, so you know, you've got thousands of fans back on how all those lockers. So she said, yeah, we know he's there, but we try to be courteous towards the fans that coming into visit that don't know about the role. Yeah. Banning the backpacks too many compartment. I. So that's it. Listen in two thousand twenty you keep the ban on. I'm not coming back. So she's coming to any of the games and said, no, I say only they'll come and get the free gifts. You wanna get the gifts? I wanna leave until they as long as you don't keep the ban on on that coming back. So I said I'm going to switch and become a Yankee fan. Go the Yankee Stadium. Backpacking there, Tom. Yes. Yes. So won't be able to be a mole, man. If you have another meeting, let me know. Tony our I bet. West out. And let's go to Kurt in Harrisburg PA Kirk join a fan. Hey, tony. How you doing? W perk into work. Talking. A love listening to you on the radio your baseball. Knowledge is great at a love the boxing. I love very few sports talk talk boxing's are really really. I want to tell you a little mother's day tale. Nineteen seventy we were very poor. But somehow my mom's scrape together enough money to send me to sports camps who and went to local sports camp for football at the local Catholic high school and a Wednesday a professional from the local football team in Maryland came up, and he taught us the mechanics of how to tell a football. And to this day. I've followed by Canucks to the T all the best quarterbacks ever since eighteen seventy pro the say way, I tell my wife, this is how you tell football watch this guy watch this guy mechanics say the character of the same that gentleman who came up for the local professional football team to teach me and others. How to throw a football was number nineteen from the Baltimore on a United. Nice. So I learned how to football from Johnny United. Thanks to my mom about the it's easy high top shoes two. Oh, no. Haired teens assert it was it was so nice. But all I'm I'm I'm nine years old. It's like, wow, I know this guy. Right. And it's just it was very simple very down to earth. And it was like tremendous and I learned and I still I'm a sixty years old. And I still throw really really well. And if you look at all the professionals and how they do it in the way they teach. He just figured out the perfect technique to do it. Right. Yeah. And that's all I want to say, thanks a lot. Love listening to you on radio man presents. Moms embassy, Johnny is not too bad. It's gonna end those down. He ends up. All right, man. What's going on? Good. I I wanted to say the states, he'll wife, and what's not a kids. Okay. And I wanna talk Mets time be twenty four stem this meeting with Rhody, Jeff. And Micky this was something that the Mets desperately need to go. In one in five minutes. Disastrous road trip was walk in San Diego. And yeah, I know that we beat the Marlins, but I need to see more for them to go five hundred nineteen too serious to me Tony that with the finder season is the dodgers out of west. And if they don't go three out of four or maybe a split, then I think our season is gonna be in trouble. What do you think? Yeah. I mean, beating up, you know, some five hundred teams that's great. You know, you gotta get the momentum going team learns about winning. But then you gotta pay big boys. And and if you know, if you're not beating them, then the wreckage hollow, you know, we've with thirty games. A five hundred against sub teams. And I mean, you know, sub five hundred teams we can't team to play that well against a good team. I mean, it's not a good team. Yep. Absolutely. And as far as the NBA, I know that the draft lottery is next week. And I always look forward to the to the lotteries 'cause I like to see who gets the number one pick or who gets to know something below that. But yeah, I was into the five hundred the Knicks. We'll get to five and I just think it's going to be a of disappointment next week. So I like to hear your thoughts. And thank you for your time. Tony. Yeah. It's it's it's a nice win last night against the ten and twenty eight Marlins. Okay. So that means you should be able to sweep them, right? But all these teams have you take two out of three three out of four. That's fine. But you know, it's okay. When you start playing teams with good records what they play off. What do you do sort of Franken Janka Frank you're on the fan? How are you? I'm going to have to make you the GM for today. Okay. Is my son. I would been arguing about the Yankees. All these guys come back. I need to know. What what would you do with all these players? Like, maybe when Hicks comes back. I don't forget about him. And he said what three thirty? Yeah. That's a good question. I mean, if everybody comes back this way. Got standing you got judge. You got Hicks. You got Gardner. You've got Frazier. You got mayb- in whom I leaving out. You got bird. You got Dini. You got LeMay, you pretentious. What are you gonna do? What these guys like they all come back. Are you putting and third base? Yeah. I mean right now, I leave him a DJ. Hope he gets hot and leave a show at at a third, but. You know, when Glenn Stanton comes back is he going to be a D H you'll be playing left field. He plays left field. What are you doing phrases phrase to the bench? And what do you do? And what do you do a gardener? Yeah. I mean, he's he's going to bench. And what do you do you know when he comes back and Torres shifts over the second the maze hit hitters. What are you gonna do with him? All star. What are you doing him? I have to play every day. That that's a that's an all star. I'll tell you what the Yankees got a bargain with that guy for two years twenty four million dollars. Oh, yeah. Just a star. He gets almost to every day. It seems like did you see the play? He made that he said that game. Then we'll play. Yeah. I mean that was absolutely retarded. But he thinks that play. Star. What do you do with Barbara Barbara what you comes back? I don't think birds coming by me, I'm a bird fan. But if unless voice hitting too, I think bird, you know, first, I don't I don't play is when you know, give me a timetable on him him him of all people. I don't know when you coming back. What are you? What are what are they gonna talk these place? What are you going to the may you when DVD's back, and and and and stands back and judges back? What are you going to do it? What are you gonna do? These guys sent him to the minors. You trade. I think they're going to have to move them to the bench and in the guy. Maybe I mean, maybe may not have a future you might just trade bait. I mean, he he's doing a good job. But we he's not gonna play. And you know, you don't you don't pinch it much in the American League. So I don't know how he plays. I mean, the Mayhew he's got to be the line. But what are you going to do? So you all of a sudden you trade indeedy. I mean, if you say. Tell you why he he's a better plan, horrors. D you know, the maze of. Yeah. Would you just not strike out that that's what they need that got pushed the ball in play every time and he's clutch. Yeah. I I don't have a clue I mean, because, you know, the, the the talk will be gone that outfield him, and they.
"glenn stanton" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission
"Know of at least six more families that are in pretty perilous circumstances and could use your help today. Eight five five nine seven four six seven three. But for every person that has stepped up and cared for family in the last couple of weeks, a big thank you to you. Coming up on the show today. Kelsey bowler from the daily signal. Also, the federalist and she also while she contributes video reports she doesn't number of things she's a fellow at the independent women's forum. She's got some interesting observations in her bright Email that she edits on Wednesdays. She's the Wednesday editor that's a newsletter that is edited by different person each day of the five days of the week. But she's gonna stop by little bit later to talk a little bit about the elections of twenty twenty and what they're shaping up at Shilla Goldberg's going to be here. You know on Wednesdays. We try to give you a parenting hack one little tip to help you become a better parent. And today, we're gonna talk about initiating great conversation around the dinner table, and how important that is for the family dinner itself. Kristen be tape from the hill is also going to be here. She is done a deep dive a lot of people say that when illegal immigrants come to the US that there is a net positive financial gain for the Cup. Entry what do the actual tax dollars? Look like, she's done a deep dive, she writes on tax policy and tax dollars spent for the hill. She'll tell us a little bit about that also respond to the idea that the administration is not going to attend the White House correspondents dinner. That's all coming up. But I'm gonna start with a very interesting piece from today's federalist written by Glenn Stanton. Who I believe when I first met him. He was working at focus on the family. But today, he's got a piece in the federalist, no non believers are not increasing in America. Week Christianity is getting weaker and robust and orthodox Christianity is getting stronger in terms of adherence, if not by theological maturity, that's quite a subtitle. But Glenn STAN welcome back to Kevin McCall. It's good to have you kidding? Thank you. It's always good to be with you. So we get this me Melot, you know, that the nonce are more pronounced than they've ever been before. And that they are basically taking over what what statistic. Have you looked at what tells us? What stats are that? Tell us that your premise in your piece today is actually the truth. Well, I mean, that's interesting in innocence. I mean stat that are out. There are true. But here's the problem. They're not the whole story. It's like when you come home, and your mom asks, you something you say only part of the truth, you know, in the rest of the truth is really the bigger story. That's what we've gotta do. And we've got a dig into the larger body of research that really clearly shows us that know, the nuns are not this, and, you know, by nuns, of course, we mean, those who report no faith, or, you know, have have no connection with any, you know, institutional kind of faith that those are not a new group of unbelievers, they are more likely, and you know, there's a wealth of sociologist every lidge in at leading universities who tell us this. These are simply people who are just giving up the pretense when they used to say, okay, I'm Methodist because my family's always been meth. Fittest. And that's where we go for Easter service. Just being more honest and saying, you know, what I I don't really have any faith which they never did. They just had this kind of, you know, week identity with a, you know, church tradition. And so I mean pew shows this there's a number of even you know research at Harvard in Indiana University Baylor, you know, lots of different places are telling us simply, you know, these this is not an increase in nonbelievers. It's just a more honest admission in nominal believers, but the other thing is present this in the article is research from Harvard University that tells us just recently that no Christian faith, is is not waning mainline churches, are you know, they're emptying as fast as they possibly can. Because those Faye. Eighth are bailing on fundamental truths of Christianity. The deity of Christ the reality of sin. The fact of the resurrection. But it's orthodox church is not orthodox with a capital, but those churches at teach the bible, call people to real discipleship in Christ, those churches are growing. In fact, they're what we call megachurches the mega part. You know, really mean something twenty years ago thirty years ago that we're not taking churches today. There are mega church. And that's a huge indication that no things are growing. Things are expanding among these non-denominational bible, teaching churches. Well, it's interesting that you that you bring that up because I'm just thinking of our own journey as as a church going family in the Tri state area over the last fifteen years, and we were part of a single church that that I I guess they planted maybe one other congregation over. Over that course of time. But in recent months more than a year ago, we transitioned to a different church that had grown in its current location had church planted two other separate church identity. The two two churches with separate identities not not part of their campus, but have planted two new churches and they've expanded their campus into four campuses all of which that are now having between two and three services weekend. And all of that from what was originally just a youth group that met that had about seventy people and now now they're servicing upwards of three or four thousand people a week. And that's just one church that is growing and one of the things that I think the reason that they have that that growth in there is that they make a very specific admission every week that we teach the bible verse by verse. And we don't apologize for it. We're not going to go around at rock and do theme-oriented things. We're going straight bible. Teaching is your research saying is what the research that. You're looking at saying that the hunger for the truth is what's driving this kind of more robust kind of return to orthodox Christianity. That's exactly right. I mean, all this research. I have a book that's coming out in June. It's called the MRs dying church Christianity's actually tried in America and the world. And that is my point is that people who are taking, you know, the trouble to wake up on Sunday morning. They don't want skim Christianity. They don't want to percent Christianity. They want whole milk Christianity. And so they are leaving the mainline churches that are bailing on the fundamental teachings of Christianity. And so in that sense Christianity just technically is training, but it's among the mainline churches now, it is growing among the evangelical denominational churches for really two reasons one they're teaching the scriptures. They teach it boldly. They teach it clearly, but they also have vibrant worship. And it's not just the entertainment, but they have vibrant worship because they have something to worship. Of God who is involved in their lives at God who redeemed them a God who is renewing these people day by day. There's a vibrancy of safe there. And you know, what I mean, you know, God says in the Old Testament that my word shall not return. Void right. We would have to think I talk about this much in the book is, you know, in the Christian in Christian theology. The Holy Spirit will not be toward it. You have to leave it at that point Glenn for this week. But we'll we'll have this discussion again, especially when the book comes out, the friends, I want you to the federalist dot.