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"holy temple" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

07:38 min | 1 year ago

"holy temple" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Strickland. I'm an executive producer with I Heart radio, and I love all things Tech. You know, guys, I was trying to come up with a good idea for a holiday themed show. In the past. I've done episodes about some of the big tech items that landed on holiday wish lists in the past, you know, like the greatest tech gifts of all Time, but I felt like I've been there. I've done that. And besides, a lot of topics are like super timely and are relevant from year to year, so it makes no sense to ever listen to them after the year they published, So instead of doing an episode that's gonna be irrelevant. Next year. I thought I would talk about Christmas lights and how they work and why it was such a pain in the neck to rig up special Christmas lights. Or the Netflix series Stranger things, which I've talked about in a previous episode, but figured it would be a good point to return to in this one. Now, before I dive into all of that, I want to acknowledge a few things first will be talking about Christmas lights. There are many people of different faiths, ethnicities regions, etcetera who celebrate special days during the winter months and lights nearly always play an important part in those various observations. Which makes total sense because the days are shorter in the winter, and thus we have more hours of darkness for every 24 hour period, so lights would clearly be an important part of any celebration during that part of the year. So, for example, the menorah in the Jewish faith symbolizes how the Maccabees when rededicating, the Holy Temple, which they had just one back from the Greeks used a single bottle of oil to light the menorah used in the Riddick rededication ceremony for eight nights, even though the bottle should only have lasted a single night. Then there's also the celebration of Kwanza, where families like candles in the camera and the candles represent the seven principles of the holiday. But getting back to Christmas lights. There's actually an older tradition. Then the sort of Christmas tree lights in which Chris Christian families would set out candles within view of a window as a symbol to alert fellow Christians. The family inside the house was they were made up of observing Christians and that fellow Christians would be welcome to come into that house to worship with the family. But the Christmas lights we see every year really have their roots pun intended in a Germanic tradition of the Christmas tree. So Why would you ever cut down a tree and bring it inside in the first place? Well, again, one of the things that makes sense as you start to think about all the details. Plans like fir trees and holly remain green even in the winter, which otherwise, pretty much wipes out everything else that makes it brown and dead so Are appearing to be dead. So these plans became symbols of resilience and everlasting life so people would cut down some of those plans and bring them indoors to remind them of that. But, you know, then the plants would eventually just dry out and turn brown and thus negate the whole reason for bringing them inside. But you know, humans have never been rational creatures. There are some UN supported legends surrounding the origins of the German Chris Christmas tree, sometimes referred to as the 10 inbound. But really, Tenenbaum is more of Ah, word for fir trees in general, not just those all Decked out with balls of Holly and what not, But one legend has it that Martin Luther the reformer who caused a bit of a ruckus in the 15 hundreds, when he you know, decided to criticize the Catholic Church. That he had started the tradition of the Christmas tree. However, the earliest written accounts on record that mentioned this tradition date to 16 05. Now that doesn't mean that's when the tradition started. Of course, it's just the earliest written account that we happen to have. Scholars think that tradition might date back at least to the mid 16th century, though that would still be after Martin Luther had died. So anyway, that's 16 05 account. All it says is that the people would set up Christmas trees in their rooms in Strasbourg. There's no mention of lights in this particular account. But the decorations consisted of things like Rose is made out of paper and various foods being shoved into the tree. Things like apples or cookies and sugar is very food centric. In fact, there was a tradition of raiding the Christmas tree on one of the days of Christmas, where the kids get to go and actually grab treats from the tree and eat them. The first written account to bring up the detail about lights in the Christmas tree dates to 16 60. People in Germany would pin or otherwise attached candles. Two branches of these trees. Generally speaking, the practice was to light the candles only for a very short time before you blew them out again. And you were never supposed to leave a tree unattended because, as you can imagine, combining a cut tree that might be kind of dry with open flames is a recipe for disaster, and in fact, there were more than a few cases of fires with these trees, some of them ending in catastrophe and tragedy. But I'm sure the effect was really nice leading right up to the moment where everything went a place. Okay, so let's skip ahead to the 18 Hundreds. At that point, the tradition extended beyond Germany. Harvard professor named Charles Fallen. Inspired my stories that he had heard in Europe did a lit up Christmas tree here in America. This was believed to be the first lit Christmas tree in America, or at least the first one on record. In the 18 forties, and England Queen Victoria and Prince Albert had a Christmas tree famously depicted in an illustration that was published in the newspaper that likely helped boost the practice over in England. Prince Albert brought this over from his homeland in Saxony. So people came up with new ways to attach the candles. Two trees, you know, they found more improved methods that would catch the wax and things like that. However, there were still very much a danger of fire with this particular approach. Then, in the later 18 hundreds we get to Thomas Edison, the inventor and entrepreneur, was spending a lot of time and resource is trying to perfect the light ball, which he did not invent the lightbulb. But he did improve upon it. Or rather, I should say his lab improved upon it. So when he and his engineers managed to make it light ball that could last more than just a few hours and could be suitable for general use, as opposed to stuff like the more dangerous our clamps that while extremely bright, we're not practical for everyday applications. He then had to figure out a way. How do I sell this idea to cities right to city officials and then further on to the general public, So he wanted to convince Manhattan officials that his company should be the one to provide electricity and light all of Manhattan. So he had his employees hang lights during the holiday season, and 18 80 on the outside of Menlo Park, which was an easy view of trains passing by and it got a lot of attention. One of the inventors who was working at his Menlo Park facility was Edward Hibbert Johnson. Johnson had actually been responsible for giving Edison a job at the Automatic telegraph company, but later on, Johnson would end up working closely with Edison to develop Menlo Park itself and became an inventor and executive at the Edison Light Company..

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"holy temple" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

07:19 min | 1 year ago

"holy temple" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"I'm an executive producer with I Heart radio. And I love all things Tech and, you know, guys, I was trying to come up with a good idea for a holiday themed show. In the past. I've done episodes about some of the big tech items that landed on holiday wish lists in the past, you know, like the greatest tech gifts of all time, but I felt like I've been there. I've done that. And besides, a lot of topics are like super timely and are relevant from year to year, so it makes no sense to ever listen to them. After the year they published, so instead of doing an episode It's going to be irrelevant. Next year, I thought I would talk about Christmas lights and how they work and why it was such a pain in the neck to rig up special Christmas lights for the Netflix Syriza Stranger things which I've talked about. In the previous episode, but figured it would be a good point to return to in this one. Now, before I dive into all of that, I want to acknowledge a few things. First, we'll be talking about Christmas lights. There are many people of different faiths, ethnicities regions, etcetera who celebrates special days during the winter months and lights nearly always play an important part in those various observations, which makes total sense because the days are shorter in the winter, and thus we have more hours of darkness for every 24 hour period. So lights would clearly be an important part of any celebration during that part of the year. So, for example, the menorah in the Jewish faith symbolizes how the Maccabees when rededicating the Holy Temple, which they had just one back from the Greeks. Used a single bottle of oil to light the menorah used in the Riddick rededication ceremony for eight nights, even though the bottle should only have lasted a single night. Then there's also the celebration of Kwanza, where families like candles in the camera and the candles represent the seven principles of the holiday. But getting back to Christmas lights. There's actually an older tradition. Then the sort of Christmas tree lights in which Chris Christian families would set out candles within view of a window as a symbol to alert fellow Christians. The family inside the house was they were made up of observing Christians and that fellow Christians would be welcome to come into that house to worship with the family. But the Christmas lights we see every year really have their roots pun intended in a Germanic tradition of the Christmas tree. So Why would you ever cut down a tree and bring it inside in the first place? Well, again, one of those things that makes sense As you start to think about all the details. Plans like fir trees and holly remain green even in the winter. Which otherwise pretty much wipes out everything else that makes it brown and dead so or appearing to be dead, So these plans became symbols of resilience and everlasting life. So people would cut down some of those plans and bring them indoors to remind them of that. But, you know, then the plants would eventually just dry out and turn brown and thus negate the whole reason for bringing them inside. But you know, humans have never been rational creatures. There are some UN supported legends surrounding the origins of the German Chris Christmas tree, sometimes referred to as the 10 inbound. But really, Tenenbaum is more of Ah, word for for trees in general, not just those all Decked out with balls of Holly and what not, but one legend has it that Martin Luther, the reformer who caused a bit of a ruckus in the 15 hundreds, when he you know, decided that criticized the Catholic Church that he had started the tradition of the Christmas tree. However, the earliest written accounts on record that mentioned this tradition date to 16 05. That doesn't mean that's when the tradition started. Of course, it's just the earliest written account that we happen to have. Scholars think the tradition might date back at least to the mid 16th century, though that would still be after Martin Luther had died. So anyway, that's 16 05 account. All it says is that the people would set up Christmas trees in their rooms in Strasbourg. There's no mention of lights in this particular account. But the decorations consisted of things like Rose is made out of paper and various foods being Shoved into the tree. Things like apples or cookies and sugar is very food centric. In fact, there was a tradition of raiding the Christmas tree on one of the days of Christmas, where the kids get to go and actually grab treats from the tree and eat them. The first written account to bring up the detail about lights in the Christmas tree dates to 16 60. People in Germany would pin or otherwise attached candles, two branches of these trees. Generally speaking, the practice was to light the candles only for a very short time before you blew them out again. And you were never supposed to leave a tree unattended because, as you can imagine, combining a cut tree that might be kind of dry with open flames. Is a recipe for disaster. And in fact, there were more than a few cases of fires with these trees, some of them ending in catastrophe and tragedy, But I'm sure the effect was really nice leading right up to the moment where everything went ablaze. Okay, so let's skip ahead to the 18 Hundreds that point the tradition extended beyond Germany. Harvard professor named Charles Fallen, inspired by stories that he had heard in Europe did a lit up Christmas tree here in America. This was believed to be the first lit Christmas tree in America, or at least the first one on record in the 18 forties in England, Queen Victoria and Prince Albert had a Christmas tree famously depicted in an illustration that was published in the newspaper that likely helped boost the practice over in England. Prince Albert brought this over from his homeland in Saxony. So people came up with new ways to attach the candles. Two trees, you know, they found more improved methods that would catch the wax and things like that. However, there were still very much a danger of fire with this particular approach. Then, in the later 18 hundreds we get to Thomas Edison, the inventor and entrepreneur who is spending a lot of time and resource is trying to perfect the light ball, which he did not invent the lightbulb. But he did improve upon it. Or rather, I should say his lab improved upon it. So when he and his engineers managed to make it light bulb that could last more than just a few hours and could be suitable for general use, as opposed to stuff like the more dangerous our clamps that while extremely bright, we're not practical for everyday applications. He then had to figure out a way. How do I sell this idea to cities right to city officials and then further on to the general public, So he wanted to convince Manhattan officials that his company should be the one to provide electricity and light all of Manhattan. So he had his employees hang lights during the holiday season, and 18 80 on the outside of Menlo Park. Which was an easy view of trains passing by, and it got a lot of attention. Now. One of the inventors who was working at.

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"holy temple" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

07:09 min | 1 year ago

"holy temple" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"I'm an executive producer with I Heart radio. And I love all things Tech. You know, guys, I was trying to come up with a good idea for a holiday themed show. In the past. I've done episodes about some of the big tech items that landed on holiday wish lists in the past, you know, like the greatest tech gifts of all time, but I felt like I've been there. I've done that. And besides, a lot of topics are like super timely and are relevant from year to year, so it makes no sense to ever listen to them after the year they published, So instead of doing an episode that's gonna be irrelevant. Next year. I thought I would talk about Christmas lights. And how they work and why it was such a pain in the neck to rig up special Christmas lights for the Netflix Syriza Stranger things which I've talked about in the previous episode, but figured it would be a good point to return to in this one. Now, before I dive into all of that, I want to acknowledge a few things first will be talking about Christmas lights. There are many people of different faiths, ethnicities regions, etcetera who celebrates special days during the winter months and lights nearly always play an important part in those various observations. Which makes total sense because the days are shorter in the winter, and thus we have more hours of darkness for every 24 hour period, so lights would clearly be an important part of any celebration during that part of the year. So, for example, the menorah in the Jewish faith symbolizes how the Maccabees when rededicating, the Holy Temple, which they had just one back from the Greeks used a single bottle of oil to light the menorah used in the Riddick rededication ceremony for eight nights, even though the bottle should only have lasted a single night. Then there's also the celebration of Kwanza, where families like candles in the camera and the candles represent the seven principles of the holiday. But getting back to Christmas lights. There's actually an older tradition. Then the sort of Christmas tree lights in which Christian families would set out candles within view of a window as a symbol to alert fellow Christians. The family inside the house was they were made up of observing Christians and that fellow Christians would be welcome to come into that house to worship with the family. But the Christmas lights we see every year really have their roots pun intended in a Germanic tradition of the Christmas tree. So Why would you ever cut down a tree and bring it inside in the first place? Well, again, one of those things that makes sense as you start to think about all the details. Plans like fir trees and Holly remain green even in the winter, which otherwise, pretty much wipes out everything else that makes it brown and dead so or appearing to be dead, So these plans became symbols of resilience and everlasting life. So people would cut down some of those plans and bring them indoors to remind them of that. But, you know, then the plants would eventually just dry out and turn Brown and thus negate. The whole reason for bringing them inside. But you know, humans have never been rational creatures. There are some UN supported legends surrounding the origins of the German Chris Christmas tree, sometimes referred to as the 10 inbound. But really, Tenenbaum is more of Ah, word for fir trees in general, not just those all Decked out with balls of Holly and what not, but one legend has it that Martin Luther, the reformer who caused a bit of a ruckus in the 15 hundreds, when he you know, decided to criticize the Catholic Church that he had started the tradition of the Christmas tree. However, the earliest written accounts on record that mentioned this tradition date to 16 05. That doesn't mean that's when the tradition started. Of course, it's just the earliest written account that we happen to have. Scholars think the tradition might date back at least to the mid 16th century, though that would still be after Martin Luther had died. So anyway, that's 16 05 account. All it says is that the people would set up Christmas trees in their rooms in Strasbourg. There's no mention of lights in this particular account. But the decorations consisted of things like Rose is made out of paper and various foods being Shoved into the tree. Things like apples or cookies and sugar is very food centric. In fact, there was a tradition of raiding the Christmas tree of one of the days of Christmas, where the kids get to go and actually grabs treats from the tree and eat them. The first written account to bring up the detail about lights in the Christmas tree dates to 16 60. People in Germany would pin or otherwise attached candles. Two branches of these trees. Generally speaking, the practice was to light the candles only for a very short time before you blew them out again. And you were never supposed to leave a tree unattended because, as you can imagine, combining a cut tree that might be kind of dry with open flames. Is a recipe for disaster. And in fact, there were more than a few cases of fires with these trees, some of them ending in catastrophe and tragedy, But I'm sure the effect was really nice leading right up to the moment where everything went ablaze. Okay, so let's skip ahead to the 18 Hundreds that point the tradition extended beyond Germany. Harvard professor named Charles Fallen, inspired by stories that he had heard in Europe did a lit up Christmas tree here in America. This was believed to be the first lit Christmas tree in America, or at least the first one on record. And the 18 forties and England Queen Victoria and Prince Albert had a Christmas tree famously depicted in an illustration that was published in the newspaper that likely helped boost the practice over in England. Prince Albert brought this over from his homeland in Saxony. So people came up with new ways to attach the candles, two trees, you know, they found more improved methods that would catch the wax and things like that. However, there was still very much a danger of fire with this particular approach. Then, in the later 18. Hundreds we get to Thomas Edison, the inventor and entrepreneur who was spending a lot of time and resource is trying to perfect the light bulb, which he did not invent the lightbulb. But he did improve upon it. Or rather, I should say his lab improved upon it. So when he and his engineers managed to make it light bulb that could last more than just a few hours and could be suitable for general use, as opposed to stuff like the more dangerous our clamps that while extremely bright, we're not practical for everyday applications. He then had to figure out a way. How do I sell this idea to cities right to city officials and then further on to the general public, So he wanted to convince Manhattan officials that his company should be the one to provide electricity and light all of Manhattan. So he had his employees hang lights during the holiday season,.

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"holy temple" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

07:08 min | 1 year ago

"holy temple" Discussed on WTVN

"I'm an executive producer with I Heart radio. And I love all things Tech and, you know, guys, I was trying to come up with a good idea for a holiday themed show. In the past. I've done episodes about some of the big tech items that landed on holiday wish lists in the past, you know, like the greatest tech gifts of all time, but I felt like I've been there. I've done that. And besides, a lot of these topics are like super timely and aren't relevant from year to year, so it makes no sense to ever listen to them. After the year they published, So instead of doing an episode that's gonna be irrelevant. Next year. I thought I would talk about Christmas lights and how they work and why it was such a pain in the neck to rig up special Christmas lights. Or the Netflix Syriza Stranger things which I've talked about in a previous episode, but figured it would be a good point to return to in this one. Now, before I dive into all of that, I want to acknowledge a few things. First, we'll be talking about Christmas lights. There are many people of different faiths, ethnicities regions, etcetera who celebrates special days during the winter months and lights nearly always play an important part in those various observations, which makes total sense because the days are shorter in the winter, and thus we have more hours of darkness for every 24 hour period, so lights would clearly be an important part of any celebration during that part of the year. So, for example, the menorah in the Jewish faith symbolizes how the Maccabees when rededicating, the Holy Temple, which they had just one back from the Greeks used a single bottle of oil to light the menorah used in the Riddick rededication ceremony for eight nights, even though the bottle should only have lasted a single night. Then there's also the celebration of Kwanza, where families like candles in the camera and the candles represent the seven principles of the holiday. But getting back to Christmas lights. There's actually an older tradition. Then the sort of Christmas tree lights in which Chris Christian families would set out candles within view of a window as a symbol to alert fellow Christians. The family inside the house was they were made up of observing Christians and that fellow Christians would be welcome to come into that house to worship with the family. But the Christmas lights we see every year really have their roots pun intended in a Germanic tradition of the Christmas tree. So Why would you ever cut down a tree and bring it inside in the first place? Well, again, one of the things that makes sense as you start to think about all the details. Plans like fir trees and holly remain green even in the winter, which otherwise, pretty much wipes out everything else that makes it brown and dead so Are appearing to be dead. So these plans became symbols of resilience and everlasting life so people would cut down some of those plans and bring them indoors to remind them of that. But, you know, then the plants would eventually just dry out and turn brown and thus negate the whole reason for bringing them inside. But you know, humans have never been rational creatures. There are some UN supported legends surrounding the origins of the German Chris Christmas tree, sometimes referred to as the 10 inbound. But really, Tenenbaum is more of Ah, word for for trees in general, not just those all Decked out with balls of Holly and what not, But one legend has it that Martin Luther the reformer who caused a bit of a ruckus in the 15 hundreds, when he you know, decided to criticize the Catholic Church that he had started the tradition of the Christmas tree. However, the earliest written accounts on record that mentioned this tradition date to 16 05. Now. That doesn't mean that's when the tradition started. Of course, it's just the earliest written account that we happen to have. Scholars think the tradition might date back at least to the mid 16th century, though that would still be after Martin Luther had died. So anyway, that's 16 05 account. All it says is that the people would set up Christmas trees in their rooms in Strasbourg. There's no mention of lights in this particular account. But the decorations consisted of things like Rose is made out of paper and various foods being shoved into the tree. Things like apples or cookies and sugar is very food centric. In fact, there was a tradition of raiding the Christmas tree on one of the days of Christmas, where the kids get to go and actually grab treats from the tree and eat them. The first written account to bring up the detail about lights in the Christmas tree dates to 16 60. People in Germany would pin or otherwise attached candles, two branches of these trees. Generally speaking, the practice was to light the candles on Lee for a very short time before you blew them out again. And you were never supposed to leave a tree unattended because, as you can imagine, combining a cut tree that might be kind of dry with open flames is a recipe for disaster, and in fact, there were more than a few cases of fires with these trees, some of them ending in catastrophe and tragedy. But I'm sure the effect was really nice leading right up to the moment where everything went ablaze. Okay, so let's skip ahead to the 18 hundreds that point the tradition extended beyond Germany. Ah, Harvard professor named Charles Fallen inspired by stories that he had heard in Europe did a little Christmas tree here in America. This was believed to be the first lit Christmas tree in America, or at least the first one on record in the 18 forties in England, Queen Victoria and Prince Albert had a Christmas tree famously depicted in an illustration that was published in the newspaper that likely helped boost the practice over in England. Prince Albert brought this over from his homeland in Saxony. So people came up with new ways to attach the candles. Two trees, you know, they found more improved methods that would catch the wax and things like that. However, there were still very much a danger of fire with this particular approach. Then, in the later 18 hundreds we get to Thomas Edison, the inventor and entrepreneur who is spending a lot of time and resource is trying to perfect the light ball, which he did not invent the lightbulb. But he did improve upon it. Or rather, I should say his lab improved upon it. So when he and his engineers managed to make it light bulb that could last more than just a few hours and could be suitable for general use, as opposed to stuff like the more dangerous our clamps that while extremely bright, we're not practical for everyday applications. He then had to figure out a way. How do I sell this idea to cities right to city officials and then further on to the general public, So he wanted to convince Manhattan officials that his company should be the one to provide electricity and light all of Manhattan. So he had his employees hang lights during the holiday season,.

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"holy temple" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

07:08 min | 1 year ago

"holy temple" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"I'm an executive producer with I Heart radio. And I love all things Tech and, you know, guys, I was trying to come up with a good idea for a holiday themed show. In the past. I've done episodes about some of the big tech items that Landed on holiday wish lists in the past, you know, like the greatest tech gifts of all time, but I felt like I've been there. I've done that. And besides, a lot of topics are like super timely and are relevant from year to year, so it makes no sense to ever listen to them after the year they published, So instead of doing an episode that's gonna be irrelevant. Next year. I thought I would talk about Christmas lights and how they work and why it was such a pain in the neck to rig up special Christmas lights. For the Netflix Syriza Stranger things which I've talked about in a previous episode, but figured it would be a good point to return to in this one. Now, before I dive into all of that, I want to acknowledge a few things first will be talking about Christmas lights. There are many people of different faiths, ethnicities regions, etcetera who celebrates special days during the winter months and lights nearly always play an important part in those various observations. Which makes total sense because the days are shorter in the winter, and thus we have more hours of darkness for every 24 hour period, so lights would clearly be an important part of any celebration during that part of the year. So, for example, the menorah in the Jewish faith symbolizes how the Maccabees when rededicating, the Holy Temple, which they had just one back from the Greeks used a single bottle of oil to light the menorah used in the Riddick rededication ceremony for eight nights, even though the bottle should only have lasted a single night. Then there's also the celebration of Kwanza, where families like candles in the camera and the candles represent the seven principles of the holiday. But getting back to Christmas lights. There's actually an older tradition. Then the sort of Christmas tree lights in which Christian families would set out candles within view of a window as a symbol to alert fellow Christians. The family inside the house was they were made up of observing Christians and that fellow Christians would be welcome to come into that house to worship with the family. But the Christmas lights we see every year really have their roots pun intended in a Germanic tradition of the Christmas tree. So Why would you ever cut down a tree and bring it inside in the first place? Well, again, one of those things that makes sense as you start to think about all the details. Plans like fir trees and Holly remain green even in the winter, which otherwise, pretty much wipes out everything else that makes it brown and dead so or appearing to be dead, So these plans became symbols of resilience and everlasting life. So people would cut down some of those plans and bring them indoors to remind them of that. But, you know, then the plants would eventually just dry out and turn Brown and thus negate. The whole reason for bringing them inside. But you know, humans have never been rational creatures. There are some UN supported legends surrounding the origins of the German Chris Christmas tree, sometimes referred to as the 10 inbound. But really, Tenenbaum is more of Ah, word for for trees in general, not just those all Decked out with balls of Holly and what not, but one legend has it that Martin Luther, the reformer who caused a bit of a ruckus in the 15 hundreds, when he you know, decided to criticize the Catholic Church that he had started the tradition of the Christmas tree. However, the earliest written accounts on record that mentioned this tradition date to 16 05. That doesn't mean that's when the tradition started. Of course, it's just the earliest written account that we happen to have. Scholars think the tradition might date back at least to the mid 16th century, though that would still be after Martin Luther had died. So anyway, that's 16 05 account. All it says is that the people would set up Christmas trees in their rooms in Strasbourg. There's no mention of lights in this particular account. But the decorations consisted of things like Rose is made out of paper and various foods being Shoved into the tree. Things like apples or cookies and sugar is very food centric. In fact, there was a tradition of raiding the Christmas tree on one of the days of Christmas, where the kids get to go and actually grabs treats from the tree and eat them. The first written account to bring up the detail about lights in the Christmas tree dates to 16 60. People in Germany would pin or otherwise attached candles. Two branches of these trees. Generally speaking, the practice was to light the candles only for a very short time before you blew them out again. And you were never supposed to leave a tree unattended because, as you can imagine, combining a cut tree that might be kind of dry with open flames is a recipe for disaster. And in fact, there were more than a few cases of fires with these trees, some of them ending in catastrophe and tragedy, But I'm sure the effect was really nice leading right up to the moment where everything went ablaze. Okay, so let's skip ahead to the 18 Hundreds that point the tradition extended beyond Germany. Harvard professor named Charles Fallen, inspired by stories that he had heard in Europe did a lit up Christmas tree here in America. This was believed to be the first lit Christmas tree in America, or at least the first one on record in the 18 forties in England, Queen Victoria and Prince Albert had a Christmas tree famously depicted in an illustration that was published in the newspaper that likely helped boost the practice over in England. Prince Albert brought this over from his homeland in Saxony. So people came up with new ways to attach the candles, two trees, you know, they found more improved methods that would Catch the wax and things like that, however, there was still very much a danger of fire with this particular approach. Then, in the later 18 hundreds we get to Thomas Edison, the inventor and entrepreneur who was spending a lot of time and resource is trying to perfect the light ball, which he did not invent the lightbulb. But he did improve upon it. Or rather, I should say his lab improved upon it. So when he and his engineers managed to make it light bulb that could last more than just a few hours and could be suitable for general use, as opposed to stuff like the more dangerous our clamps that while extremely bright, we're not practical for everyday applications. He then had to figure out a way. How do I sell this idea to cities right to city officials and then further on to the general public, So he wanted to convince Manhattan officials that his company should be the one to provide electricity and light all of Manhattan. So he had his employees hang lights during the holiday season,.

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"holy temple" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

07:09 min | 1 year ago

"holy temple" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Strickland. I'm an executive producer with I Heart radio. And I love all things Tech and, you know, guys, I was trying to come up with a good idea for a holiday themed show. In the past. I've done episodes about some of the big tech items that landed on holiday wish lists in the past, you know, like the greatest tech gifts of all time, but I felt like I've been there. I've done that. And besides, a lot of topics are like super timely and are relevant from year to year, so it makes no sense to ever listen to them after the year they published, So instead of doing an episode that's gonna be irrelevant. Next year. I thought I would talk about Christmas lights and how they work and why it was such Pain in the neck to rig up special Christmas lights for the Netflix Syriza Stranger things which I've talked about in a previous episode, but figured it would be a good point to return to in this one. Now, before I dive into all of that, I want to acknowledge a few things first will be talking about Christmas lights. There are many people of different faiths, ethnicities regions, etcetera who celebrates special days during the winter months and lights nearly always play an important part in those various observations, which makes total sense because the days are shorter in the winter, and thus we have more hours of darkness for every 24 hour period, so lights would clearly be an important part of any celebration during that part of the year. So, for example, the menorah in the Jewish faith symbolizes how the Maccabees when rededicating, the Holy Temple, which they had just one back from the Greeks used a single bottle of oil to light the menorah used in the Riddick rededication ceremony for eight nights, even though the bottle should only have lasted a single night. Then there's also the celebration of Kwanza, where families like candles in the camera and the candles represent the seven principles of the holiday. But getting back to Christmas lights. There's actually an older tradition. Then the sort of Christmas tree lights in which Chris Christian families would set out candles within view of a window as a symbol to alert fellow Christians. The family inside the house was they were made up of observing Christians and that fellow Christians would be welcome to come into that house to worship with the family. But the Christmas lights we see every year really have their roots pun intended in a Germanic tradition of the Christmas tree, so Why would you ever cut down a tree and bring it inside in the first place? Well, again, one of those things that makes sense As you start to think about all the details. Plans like fir trees and holly remain green even in the winter. Which otherwise pretty much wipes out everything else that makes it brown and dead so or appearing to be dead, So these plans became symbols of resilience and everlasting life. So people would cut down some of those plans and bring them indoors to remind them of that. But, you know, then the plants would eventually just dry out and turn Brown and thus negate. The whole reason for bringing them inside. But you know, humans have never been rational creatures. There are some UN supported legends surrounding the origins of the German Chris Christmas tree, sometimes referred to as the 10 inbound, but really Tenenbaum is more of Ah, word for for trees in general, not just those all decked out with balls of Holly and what not, But one legend has it that Martin Luther, the reformer who caused a bit of a ruckus in the 15 hundreds, when he you know, decided to criticize the Catholic Church that he had started the tradition of the Christmas tree. However, the earliest written accounts on record that mentioned this tradition date to 16 05. Now. That doesn't mean that's when the tradition started. Of course, it's just the earliest written account that we happen to have. Scholars think the tradition might date back at least to the mid 16th century, though that would still be after Martin Luther had died. So anyway, that's 16 05 account. All it says Uh, is that the people would set up Christmas trees in their rooms in Strasbourg? There's no mention of lights in this particular account. But the decorations consisted of things like Rose is made out of paper and various foods being shoved into the tree. Things like apples or cookies and sugar is very food centric. In fact, there was a tradition of raiding the Christmas tree on one of the days of Christmas, where the kids get to go and actually grab treats from the tree and eat them. The first written account to bring up the detail about lights in the Christmas tree dates to 16 60. People in Germany would pin or otherwise attached candles. Two branches of these trees. Generally speaking, the practice was to light the candles only for a very short time before you blew them out again. And you were never supposed to leave a tree unattended because, as you could imagine, combining a cut tree that might be kind of dry with open flames is a recipe for disaster. And in fact, there were more than a few cases of fires with these trees, some of them ending in catastrophe and tragedy, But I'm sure the effect was really nice leading right up to the moment where everything went ablaze. Okay, so let's skip ahead to the 18 Hundreds that point the tradition extended beyond Germany. Harvard professor named Charles Fallen, inspired by stories that he had heard in Europe did a lit up Christmas tree here in America. This was believed to be the first lit Christmas tree in America, or at least the first one on record. In the 18 forties, and England Queen Victoria and Prince Albert had a Christmas tree famously depicted in an illustration that was published in the newspaper that likely helped boost the practice over in England. Prince Albert brought this over from his homeland in Saxony. So people came up with new ways to attach the candles, two trees, you know, they found more improved methods that would catch the wax and things like that. However, there were still very much a danger of fire with this particular approach. We get to Thomas Edison, the inventor and entrepreneur who is spending a lot of time and resource is trying to perfect the light ball, which he did not invent the light bulb, but he did improve upon it. Or rather, I should say his lab improved upon it. So when he and his engineers managed to make a light bulb that could last more than just a few hours and could be suitable for general use, as opposed to stuff like the more dangerous our clamps that while extremely bright, we're not practical for everyday applications. He then had to figure out a way. How do I sell this idea to Cities right to city officials and then further on to the general public, So he wanted to convince Manhattan officials that his company should be the one to provide electricity and light all of Manhattan. So he had his employees hang lights during the holiday season,.

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"holy temple" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"holy temple" Discussed on WSB-AM

"It live in the WSB 24 hour news center here in Atlanta, we could know by the end of the day or tomorrow. If the U. S will have its first Corona virus vaccine approved, an FDA advisory panel is meeting right now to consider recommending emergency use. Authorization for Fizer is Kobe vaccine, then the FDA itself will make the final decision on CBS this morning. FDA commissioner Dr Stephen Han This is an important day as we think back on the last 10 months, the urgency of the situation the lives have been lost. This. If there is an authorization of vaccine will be the beginning. Hopefully of the end of this that we can put this behind us and get two more normal and healthy life and that panel meeting all day today. Madonna's vaccine, which was tested it Emory here in Atlanta, saying today that it had dosed the first participants in a mid to late stage study involving teenagers. Diane King Hall has more on that. Madonna says it has started dozing the first young people and it's Cove in 19 vaccine study. Participants are between the ages of 12 and 18. The company says its goal is to generate data that would help determine the use of its vaccine candidate and adolescents. Before the next school year. Now the trial will enroll 3000 healthy participants in the United States and will assist the safety and effectiveness of two doses of that company's vaccine. We have 56 degrees on Peachtree Street, Sonny headed for an afternoon high of 67. Atlanta's most accurate and dependable forecast with Kirk Mellish is coming up well with control of the U. S. Senate up for grabs in January. And the January 5th run off Georgia getting more high profile visitors Now for the first time since his election victory, President elect Joe Biden visits Georgia next Tuesday, Hoping to build support for Democrats Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff's Democrats having the advantage in Mo mentum, it appears on the ground early voting advance VOTING. WSB political analyst Bill Crane questions whether another visit from President Trump would benefit Senators Kelly Leffler and David Perdue. The reality is the president does not seem to be able to look forward President Mike Pence campaigns in George Again today. Bill Chi Accio 95.5 WSB Top local news every 30 minutes and when it breaks 95.5 WSB Depend on it. Major airlines air dropping change fees for international flights in an effort to attract more global travelers back to the skies, Atlanta based Delta Airlines and United announcing that they're going to drop the fees for good It's already done away with change fees on domestic flights. Tonight is the first night of Hanukkah. It commemorates the rededication of the Holy Temple in Jerusalem and because of the pandemic, some temples have organized Tanaka dried and events, including one Sunday at Ponte City Market, Monica last for eight days. And finally, what words were mispronounced the most in 2020. The doctor, Anthony Fauci, is the name of the country's top infectious disease. Doctor is among the most mispronounced words of the year. So is the National park in cow. California where they gaze upon your Semites Use some nights and the incoming vice president's name. Omar. What common or come on to Mama? Mama? Mama? I don't know. The state of Nevada, not Nevada, Also makes the U. S. Captioning Companies list. Deborah Rodriguez CBS News. Let's Take a look at the WSB market. Watch The Dale right now is down. 31 points at 30,043. NASDAQ is up 68, the S and P is up a point. Now live team coverage of traffic and weather. Veronica Corals and the WSB 24 Hour Traffic Center is still issuing a travel advisory. Tough delays over on the east side of town. 25 North bound the outer loop is all because of construction.

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"holy temple" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"holy temple" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"6 10 Wi OD. Perfect day to stay home under the covers. We've got nearly 46 degrees out and Boca 43 right now. Pompano Beach, Davey checks in at 46 Highly a check Senate 45. It's now 701. Florida has another 94 Corona virus infections 89 deaths just as the U. S sets the record with 3000 fatalities due to Cove in 19, an advisory committee, meanwhile, is meeting today to assess whether to recommend emergency use of thief Isar Corona virus vaccine. Today, an independent group of vaccine experts in infectious disease experts will address the visor vaccine in a very public forum. Yes, you can watch the meeting on Twitter, the FDA website and YouTube. The FDA wants this review publicly heard because the speed with which the vaccine has been developed, combined with pressure from the White House has caused a great deal of public concern. Look for a lot of presentations from both the FDA and visor on safety, efficacy, different demographic groups, the quality of manufacturing a very comprehensive look at the profile of this vaccine. Then the most important part of this meeting would come at the end. We're not sure exactly what time no one really knows. That will be when the FDA actually asks the committee for its advice that is Mike our reporting. Now, needles will soon be filled with that precious elixir that's believed to protect the population from covet 19 and the first vials could be on their way to South Florida within hours of approval. The end of next week. The governor wants high contact frontline health care workers in five urban areas, giving the vaccine to nursing home residents and receiving it themselves. Moving into January, the focus would turn to offering it to the broader elderly population. Before long it was gonna be a designated location for the dispensary Mayor Dean Trantalis is discussions are underway to make Holiday Park, one of the distribution sites in South Florida. The first shipment of the vaccines will be heading to Memorial Regional and Jackson Memorial Hospital's Mark Rodriguez news radio 6 10 w R U D Coming up on 704. The Miami Dolphins are dealing with more covert 19 issues and placing quarterback Tamal Perry on the Reserve covet 19 list. The 26 year olds played in 10 games with one star from Miami this season. Upon 704. Thousands of pro Trump demonstrators plan to rally in Washington D. C this weekend. Washington is bracing for another rally and counter protest this Saturday as the group million Maga March shows its support for President Trump ahead of Monday's electoral college meeting. That's when Joe Biden is expected to formally be named president elect. But the Million Maga marches only seen just over 17,000 People register on its website. Counter protests are expected, especially by a group called Shut Down D. C. They say during the last maggot March, the right wing group, the proud boys destroyed artwork and memorials had DC's Black lives matter Plaza. And shut down, D C. Says they're going to work to protect that plaza. That's Fox. Is Jill NATO reporting Now most Americans don't want President Trump to run again in 2024. The Marist College poll out this morning find 60% of people surveyed are opposed to the president trying to return to the White House in four years. Pentagon planning to end most military support to the CIA's counterterrorism missions. Military support for CIA counterterrorism missions would end by January 5th, according to a former senior administration intelligence official, who said acting Defense Secretary Christopher Miller sent a letter to CIA director Gina Hospital outlining the decision. Multiple former and current military officials confirming to ABC News earlier reports that the movies to see if Defense Department personnel detailed to the CIA should be diverted from counterterrorism missions and two admissions related to competition with Russia and China that state Packer Joe Biden is this year's most searched person on Google search engine giant releasing its year in search 2020, which had the president elect at the head of the list, coming in second North Korean leader Kim Jong eun, while Vice president elect Kamila Harris rounded out the top three. As far as topics go election results was the most searched, followed by Corona virus. And thanks to covet 19 new traditions are being made this Hanukkah beginning at sundown tonight. Zoom and other sites being used this year so families can like them in order together while apart temples are also hosting virtual can dilating ceremonies and driving services to celebrate the festival of Lights during Cove it Rabbi Haim's Lava Tiki with the Los Olas Habad Jewish Center, says they're doing all they can to unite the community while keeping everyone safe at the same time struggling and it's a dark time with so many challenges, but we have to remind ourselves that we have to light up the mineral. We have to be a light for the people around us. Memories the rededication of the Holy Temple in Jerusalem and celebrates the freedom of religious expression. It ends next Friday. Wendi Grossman News radio's 6 10 Wi OD More news for you coming up, It's 7 30. It's 706! I'm Natalie Rodriguez back to you, Jimi. All right. Thank you. Joe Biden introduced his pick for secretary of defense and getting pushback on both sides of the aisle. We'll tell you why. 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"holy temple" Discussed on Find the Path Podcast

Find the Path Podcast

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"holy temple" Discussed on Find the Path Podcast

"In the site where you found this off the paperwork here is titled 20th of cirith 4573. Today is the solstice with the dawn flower shining down on us. We offer up our prayers and sacrifices to assure victory in the battle soon to come with the dawn tomorrow. We set off to 5 a.m. Playlist Sphinx and rid this land my ancestors land of the vile cult that invests his heart the journey. Thus far has not been easy and the path ahead is only more treacherous. The Sphinx is hidden deep in the desert, but the everlight has shown us the way we travel east to the scorched Obelisk that stands in the desert Bap way between this Holy Temple and the pillars of Sun from there. We must go North to the ruins of care mall where once they built the legendary San ships. The sightless Sphinx hides in the northern deserts Beyond I leave this Ledger here with plans to reclaim it. If you are reading this, then I have failed and Fallen cleansing this land. If it's a Bissell paint know that I died was no regrets. I pray that you are noble souls and that if Darkness remains in this desert that.

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"holy temple" Discussed on Find the Path Podcast

Find the Path Podcast

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"holy temple" Discussed on Find the Path Podcast

"We set off to 5 a.m. Playlist Sphinx and rid this land my ancestors land of the vile cult that invests his heart the journey. Thus far has not been easy and the path ahead is only more treacherous. The Sphinx is hidden deep in the desert, but the everlight has shown us the way we travel east to the scorched Obelisk that stands in the desert Bap way between this Holy Temple and the pillars of the Sun from there. We must go North to the ruins of care mall where once they built the legendary San ships. The sightless Sphinx hides in the northern deserts Beyond I leave this Ledger here with plans to reclaim it. If you are reading this, then I have failed and Fallen cleansing this land. If it's a Bissell paint know that I died was no regrets. I pray that you are noble souls and that if Darkness remains in this desert.

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"holy temple" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

09:49 min | 1 year ago

"holy temple" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"The parallel in Luke 6 46 through 49, who dig deep who dig deep and lay the foundation on Iraq. Also this word Petra is used concerning the Tomb of Christ that it was cut out into the rock a solid rock off which Joseph of Arimathea had cut out a tomb for Jesus to be buried. It was a new tomb, and he gave that tomb for the Christ. So when you look at these words in Matthew 16 18, and if you read it in the Greek, substituting the words which would be accurate, it would go like this. Back to 1st 17. Jesus answered, Peter and said Blessed Are you, Simon Bar Jonah for a flesh and blood is not revealed this to you. But my father who is in heaven And I also say to you that you are Petrov, Small stone and on this Petra, solid stone. I will build my church and the gates of hail or Haiti shall not prevail against it. Nothing will prevail against the Lord's Church. Not a thing. And it is the confession of Peter that he was the Christ the son of the living God that Jesus when Peter said you are the Christ the son of the living God he is the Christ the son of the living god and Dear friends. He is the content. He is our foundation on which the church is built. Upon this rock upon this, Petros Or rather this, Petra, this solid bedrock of I am the Christ the son of the living God. The confession that Peter made The small stone If you will recognize the bedrock, the strong or solid stone, and because of this confession, you are the Christ the son of the living god that is a solid bedrock and a foundation on which the church Was to be built and the church wass built when we go back and look at the stone, the tribe stone the precious cornerstone that we noted from Isaiah, 28, 16 and 17. And saw 1 18, 22 and 23 lesson to Matthew 21 verse 42. This was the comment after the parable of the wicked husband, Hman and Jesus affirm that he Waas the foundation. Jesus saith under them. Did you never read in the Scriptures? The stone, which the builders rejected. The same has become the head of the corner. This is the Lord's doing and it is marvellous in our eyes. What a beautiful, beautiful thought. Dear friends, will we take a look? At Matthew 16 13 through 19. We go back to the Old Testament and see the prophecies and Isaiah 28 saw 1 18. We see the fulfillment in Matthew 21 in verse, 42 Dear friends. What we have here about the church is a prophecy and a promise, And indeed it was full field. The Lord did build his church. And when we continue throughout the Bible in the book of acts, the acts of the Apostles, the ax or actions of the Apostles. That we learned in acts. Chapter two verse 47, The Lord added to the church daily searches should be saved. They were adding to the church. Which church the church that Christ said I will build in Matthew 16 in verse 18. This is the stone, which was said at not ofyou Builders, which has become the head of the corner. Neither is there salvation in any other, for there is none other name under heaven given among man whereby we must be saved acts for 11 and 12. Isn't it something that as Peter and John stood before the council that they brought forth this text a text that no doubt they knew being Jews. They were aware of the prophecies of Isaiah and the writings of the psalmist. And yet here is Peter and John, directed by the spirit to preach and proclaim what God through Christ intended for them to breach. And just simply preaching Christ. He looked at the council and Peter said, This is the stone, which was said it not ofyou builders. This was the one that you put aside. He has become the head of the corner or that solid cornerstone. He is the bedrock the foundation and there is salvation in none other. You can't save yourself any other way. There's another name under heaven given among men whereby we must be saved. Oh, Dear Francis. We talk about the foundation of the church. We cannot help but to see that Christ is the content dear friends, as it has been said before. We need help to misunderstand that. That Jesus quest is the foundation of the church that the church would be built up on. Jesus Christ, the son of the living God. And, you know, dear friends, we cannot go wrong Building on Jesus Christ. Remember our little Children, So build your house on the Lord. Jesus Christ. We cannot go wrong Building on Christ. Let's pause with our study is R. J Web shares with you A great study about Christ, Jay Kind listeners. Would you love to know more about Jesus to Nome or of the victory One has in Christ. We have a special study in one booklet called Victory and Jesus and it is absolutely free. Please call toll free at 1855. I GH 6988 and leave your name address and just say Victory Study. That's it again. Call toll free at 1855 I G h 6988 and please leave your name address and just say Victory Study. You may also go to our website at international gospel hour dot com. Click on the contact tab and leave us the same information Name, Address and Type Victory study will send it as soon as possible. We appreciate our listeners and your interest in the things of Christ, and now let's return to Jeff and our study. And now dear friends, Let's consider the foundation and let's go with number two here. Not only do we see Christ the content, but now careful the contributions. In verse 10 remember, Paul said, Let each one take heed how he builds on it. And in verses 12 and 13. We are reminded concerning what we be old. Let's discuss this text a little bit more like the little song we noted, Are we building our house on the Lord Jesus Christ. Again we go back to verse. Tana First Corinthians three, According to the grace of God, which was given to me is a wise master builder. I have laid the foundation And another builds on it. But let each one take heed how he builds on it. Dear friends, the master builder, This being pole is not the architect Paul is using the grace of God as his plans the plans that were granted by the architect by God through Christ. As Paul reads, he's looking through the eyes of grace. He is looking what is granted to human. In turn, he wishes to carefully build the same for others to see. So as Paul is riding this as Paul reads this, and as we read this He wants to be old carefully. Dear friends from the very outset, this should be our goal. Listen to what Paul said to the church and emphasis and a P Asians to 19 through 22. He told these Jews and gentiles who had obeyed the gospel of graced now, therefore you are no more strangers and foreigners but fellow citizens with the Saints and of the household of God. And are built upon the foundation of the apostles and profits. Jesus Christ himself being the chief cornerstone in whom all the building finitely frame together Growth unto and Holy Temple in the Lord and whom he also are building together for a habitation of God through the spirit. As Paul was greatly concerned of how he would be old. He just simply carried forth of plans of the great architect God through Christ. And when he would lay that foundation he was going to lay it exactly a porting to Christ because there is none other name under heaven given among me and whereby we must be saved. And Paul emphasizes this to be careful of the contributions. Careful what we built on that foundation, and he brings forth a couple of comparisons. He groups them together. Cases. Now, if anyone builds on this foundation now, remember our little song from the Children Build your house on the Lord Jesus Christ. If anyone builds on this foundation with gold, silver, precious stones, That's one option would Hey and stroll..

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"holy temple" Discussed on Water and The Spirit Podcast

Water and The Spirit Podcast

14:07 min | 2 years ago

"holy temple" Discussed on Water and The Spirit Podcast

"Have you received the remission of sins by believing in the gospel of the water and the spirit have you become children of God by believing in the gospel of the water and the spirits? Have you been living a perfect life since you received salvation from all your sins by faith? No we can't. There is a difference between we. Don't live such a life although we come and we can't do so because we cons knowing that we do not have the ability to live a perfect life got told us just depend on his righteousness. He knew that we cannot live a perfect life and therefore commanded us to live by faith. In other words we do not EARN SALVATION BY OUR MERITS. But we can reach our salvation. Only by faith you and I have been saved once and for all by believing in the righteousness of God that says we have been built on the foundation of the apostles and prophets even the disciples of Jesus was saved from all their sins by believing in the gospel of the water and the spirit. They did not add any of works to wait not even north points. One PERCENTS TO BE SAVED. The Apostles did not talk about legalistic. Duty searches do good lever virtuous life. Keep the Commandments. They also believed in the gospel of the water and the spirit. Thanks to them. We have been saved from all our sins and built on the same faith that believes in the gospel of the water and the spirit. Jesus Christ has become the cornerstone for our salvation. The mediator Jesus late himself as the cornerstone that each uniting goes to God. You may not understand what the cornerstone is today. Nowadays Cement is used as a bonding agent for the foundation of a building. So his heart so understand. The function of cornerstone since concrete is used every corner of a building. There is no need for a cornerstone however there were not any houses with concrete foundations. In those days people took the ground and placed a huge stone at each corner and on each cornerstone they set a wooden or stone pillar therefore cornerstones connected the whole building for that reason alone cornerstones of the most important parts of the construction. If you go to the countryside you will no doubt find quite a few cornerstone houses. This junction city also has many old fashioned houses people puts big rocks and then connect pills on these cornerstones when they build a traditional house so when they have to move the house frame several people pick up the fall. Pella's which are resting on these cornerstones like this the mediator. Jesus is connecting humans with God. The Bible tells that Jesus Christ himself became the chief cornerstone thanks to the redemption. Jesus Christ fulfilled through his righteous works. We receive salvation by faith to speak in terms of the structure of a house. You and I are all connected with each of those who was saved previously on those. Soi saved later fit together and grow into a Holy Temple in the Lord. Those who have already received salvation from sins and are now in. God on those who have not yet received salvation will join together and will finally be connected with the Kingdom of Heaven as a matter of fact got resides in those of us who believe in the gospel of the water on the spirits at knowledge. The Authority of God. What you have to learn I in the Church of God is to acknowledge the Authority of God. We must accept the authorities given by God wants people received the remission of sins. They hate discriminative treatment. The most those who have received the remission of their sins want to treat talas in horizontal human relationships nevertheless God is the god of order. This sort of warned us in the Old Testament's parts of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil. You shall not eat for in the day that you eat of it you shall surely Die Genesis chapter to I. Seventy God is absolute gotshall's therefore what Scott calls good is good and what God calls evil is evil. This means that we must accept God's authority whoever has received a salvation from sins most acknowledge God's authority speaking more accurately whether they are saved all not. Everyone should submit to God's authority. If you don't submit your soul to God's authority you cannot ever receive salvation from sin. Do you believe that the Bible is the word of God? Do you believe that God has fulfilled our salvation as it is written in the Bible? If we acknowledged also therapy we can believe in this word of God and receive salvation from all our sins by believing in the gospel of the water and the spirit otherwise we will not receive salvation although got did commit so they swelled in savings with the gospel of the water and the spirit. How CONSUME ONE? Who DESPISES IN DISBELIEF? Scott's authority ever receive salvation not admitting guts authority means denying God sakes assistance and therefore cannot receive salvation that was given through the gospel of the water and the spirit. Such people can never be delivered from lessons even if they have another chance to lead a new life from the beginning. Therefore we need to submit to God so Pharisee. Those who submit to God's authority can receive salvation from all their sins and receive all the blessings from God by faith. Besides they can live out their faith with these. As long as we receive salvation from our sins by faith we all will become a royal priesthood. First Peter Chapter Two verse nine the First Book of Pizza. Say's that you are a royal priesthood. So any born again. Saints come boldly calm before the Holy God. By the way do all the saints have equal status once they received salvation from sin? Through the gospel of the water and the spirit. No they don't. It's a sad that there are kings. I'm ministers in the Kingdom of Heaven. There is a strict spiritual authority. There there is a spiritual order. God has established in his church in short. We must accept such order sets by God when we submit to God's order leading a life of faith his so tranquil when you submit to the predescessors of our faith you will have authority over those who come after you. Let's suppose that we have someone who has just received salvation by believing in the gospel of the water and the spirit if he does whatever he wants to do not listening to you who've come before him. Wouldn't you feel offended? You would feel very uncomfortable if you brought your worldly knowledge into the Church and judged your predecessors with the worldly art steak saying what is good over evil on your own then. Would you be doing the right thing? No don't you think such people are absurd likewise watts will happen if you look down on the spiritual fellowship with those who were before you can. You and I both be teachers. If both of us try to teach a no one wants to learn there will be a spiritual battle. First thing got established for all human races was to establish the law in order to teachers. Watson is all about. He told us the truth. That by law we cannot be saved will only can realize our sins. Then he showed us how to receive salvation by faith in the righteousness of Jesus Christ prior to this got established his authority. I am who I am. I am the obsolete it's being. My Word is the truth what I declare a something good is good and what I address something. His Evil is evil. You are not good both evil. You should acknowledge Maiyo Pharisee. I am your God. I am Jehovah. God has been telling goes like this therefore leaving our faith after we received the remission of our sins means acknowledging cuts authority. That is why we must acknowledge the authorities that God established God allows us to live orderly in the Church of God. If we admit the order established in God's church God exalt sauce our salvation is fulfilled through the gospel of the water and the spirits dot says the gospel of God we have received salvation and eternal life by believing in this gospel of God. We have become children of God by believing in the water and the blood which Jesus gave us. Our Salvation is not given through our works. It is the gift from God. That's his how those who believe in the gospel of the water and the spirits fit together and grow into the Kingdom of God. We all living out our faith together under the authority of God. So when you join the Church of God there are brothers and sisters who receive salvation ahead of you and you need to learn from them and have fellowship with them. It's his right to be led by them. I hope you will not judge them. Based on your humanistic thought such as a you smarter than I am. What is it that you are proud of? Who Will you to try to teach me and criticize everything kind? Do It was good for me to be saved for my sins by believing in the gospel of the water and the spirit. But I can't live a life of faith with the wounded self esteem knowing that you might think so. God said that he is the god of order for this reason. God set but of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil. You shall not eat for in the day that you eat of it. You shall surely die. This means you should not challenge your predescessors with your own. Righteousness in other words got Walsall's to submit to his authority. Just think how hard your predescessors of being working in the Church all you beloved servants and Saints of God. How hard have you been working in the church since you received salvation from sin? How long have you been putting goat with exhaustion and sickening situations in the church in our physical? Is we are all equal but from spiritual perspective. There is a clear hierarchy in the Church of God. The Spiritual Order exists however worldly church give high positions to those who are rich or hold high positions such as CEO's of reach companies. Some professes all doctors are ordained as deacons or elders easily even if they are nominal. Christians. They are given high position in their churches. If they are tolerable the close look at them. You may not be familiar with such a fake quilt boats. I know it so very well. Such high Iraqi is not given from God so Chhaya Rocky is built according to human power this clearly. Not Right on the other hand saints. In God's church told to respect the hierarchy in the church until if a proper life of faith the Bible says of the Church of God should not appoint any freshly person to any honorable position. Did Fellow Christians. If you have already received salvation from sin you should not look down on your predecessors in the faith you abide in the Church of God after receiving your salvation from sin since you of constantly denied your flesh Lee thoughts you cannot dwell in the Church of God unless you are following the hierarchy of God if someone received salvation and serve the Lord in the Church of God for a year before you at Knowledge. Messinia try staying in the Church of God. You will find out just how hard it is to be reigned over by your predecessors and so do whatever the church tells you to do then can you just ignore it. Sorta no you can't submitting to the Authority of God has enabled you to abide in the Church of God so you should not ignore it. If you have been a member of the Church of God for a long time and have bacon of faith you may understand what I am telling you. Those Hawas last May come after you but those who were saved a head of you should have the g respect. 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"holy temple" Discussed on Podcast Revival

Podcast Revival

08:10 min | 2 years ago

"holy temple" Discussed on Podcast Revival

"To threw him through cross Rebif The Israelite or gentile have access by one spirit number five now the animal strategies and policy and foreigners but fellow citizens with the size of the household of God and I built upon the foundation of the Apostles and prophets. Jesus Crossing soaping chief Philistine. Whom a whole building. All building physically frame together growth Autobahn Holy Temple in the lull. In whom you also a bill to get a hepatitis of gold through the spirit and so it doesn't matter what background is doesn't matter. What nationality is it doesn't matter whether we came from ritual pool background it doesn't matter what's Ideas we had before we come to the Lord and this would fellow citizens it actually in the original meaning of the word it means citizens of the same village. I met a which pot of the will come from. And this precise moment there are a number of brethren including pasta. Chris plane passed a divergence and I think the six days to give their input. Moesby a hitting Obama and I'll be mixing people his sentence with Woollen side villages Iowa. And but but they all brothers and sisters in crossed. Now be saying hi fully hundreds of people coming to the Lewellen and someone's having prayerfully outraged Somalia which is taking place next month and all this sort of thing it's wonderful and how we all came to the Lord and we all join together to the a brick in Dobbs building and the let's Mendosa cobble updating sleep as well but anyway so they guy that let's have a look in chapter four and on just read this eight. We talked about the gifts of the spirit. Lia The some allegations as well with God puts into his house and advanced either says will reside when he ascended on high he led captivity captive and guy gifts onto main translation says we've received. When he ascended on high he led captivity captive he led a train of vanquish follows and bestowed gifts all men so we were enemies of God before we came to him and the we got depleted and now we have a became part of his kingdom. And the he's GonNa give gifts to the judge and we read in Verse. Eleven and this is what he gave to the. Church and a Guy. Some Apostles and some prophets some of Angeles and slam classes and teaches the perfected. The science for the work of the ministry will the Eder flying of the body of cross and so these Ministry gifts I gave it to the rich and the August two. Obviously either Tom. Kids ruin anyway limitless something so they guy site as a possible. They're the ones that are the same. Full the pioneers to stop the wick. Think apollinaire you think of Pasta God for kind of allude thirty five years the guy and went out pioneered this wick which is alive or hundred thousand people now so vessel to putting on a possible and what is who who is and site one. St. Full profit now. We've mentioned about prophecy. Before but this whole side of ministry and the same thing applause that this is Tony abandon inspired preacher ordering expound or a belated God and the recipient people who really at Kwok's gifted in that y arrival to explain the way to God to the teaches. And You you get built off. Bought your spot eight of pod by and that's a Ministry of the Prophet and evangelist. Someone who preaches? The Gospel goes out and tells the old old story with his new and brings people to cross lend. You Got Pastas they shape. It's look after the cheap and you've got teachers and we think of Well it's actually. Another with was used was doctors when Jesus went into the temple when he was twelve years of age and the talks about the doctors actually the teachers they but he was a twelve year. Old Son of God was taking these professionals. As what happens you you come to the Lord you become? A child of God enabled us. A child is a buy in crossed for a young person. You'd mile you Bible in United. Why better than the experts of this world who I am I can't do anyway. We'd better finish Let's let's just one little thing about this guy. Two Corinthians just one chapter ten verse twenty three and it says all things a little for me but all things not expediate old things that loaf of me but all things edify not let me read it from another translation. Old things legitimate permissible. We afraid to do anything we please. But Laurel things are helpful. Expedient profitable and wholesome ole things legitimate but not old things are constructive to character and edifying to spiritual life so allies people and sometimes people leave fellowship because we too strict to scriptural Fanin and well that said if they want to do that some people think I will. Why should anybody till May of if my appearances extreme? Why should anyone tell me my hair? Install is extremely sorry monies because not much I can do about it but it is. Why should anybody till nobody's GonNa tell me how I'M GONNA run? My life will is a part of a body of people as it one young Fella. Use a guy who had extremely long here. Being wrecking was jealous but any by to Monday. Let's look around these see anybody else here with Hayloft. Mules and the one hundred and and conform to the wheel. Because what you're doing is controlling the wheel. What did you do like it says he? And when we slide people look up saving that you're going to erupt council something. It's not a default. It's not a good example while others so I think about what sighing whatever you're doing and prior. Bantus a looking at love to do this but is gonNa Hill to build up my brother and sister or the game to be a bad example and a promise. I really promises last this X. chapped on an idiot view would Elizabeth Capable Guy told he read this this and so must be rough accident on this lady. 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"holy temple" Discussed on Lift Your Eyes Forget the Channel

Lift Your Eyes Forget the Channel

11:49 min | 2 years ago

"holy temple" Discussed on Lift Your Eyes Forget the Channel

"Children's ministry is exceptionally important. I can vouch for that first. Hand I I came to know Christ when I was a child through the Ministry of Volunteers who taught the Bible in my school as I've served on various ministry teams. I've had the joy of sharing the bottle with children. I've also had the privilege of working directly alongside vocational children's ministers and had a lot of refund the process of seeing firsthand. How Valuable Children's ministry is and how much of a difference it makes not only to the lives of children themselves elves including my own children but also to the lives of their families including to my own family as I was growing up and in fact to the church? Family family as a whole to children's ministry will you need great theological depth as I teach theological students more college. One of the things I often highlight is that children's ministers need exceptionally good theological chuckle training. Why is that well when you teaching adults? It's possible to get away with just regurgitating big words and technical stuff adults polite and they'll often at least pretend they know what you're talking about but children want. Let you do this to teach children. You need to understand your theology so well that you can boil it all down to a few simple points that children can process. He also need to understand the water implications of that theology so well that you can lovingly and rightly apply it to the individual lives doing that properly. Takes great theological depth and skill now. Of course the same is true administer dwells and of course. It's possible Oakland Children's ministry to simplify things wrongly and citation awhile. It's highly accessible but still wrong. So really we all made good theology geology. But still children's ministers those task it is to take the great truths of God of the God of the universe and make them accessible support for children. They need especially good theological training to do their task. Well in this part of his letter to the Evasions Coal Cole. The Apostle does children's ministry and there's a lot we can learn from Paul. He both about the Gospel and about the value and significance. It's of Children's ministry itself Features Chapter Six verses one to three children. Obey your parents in the load for this is wrought on a your father and mother which is the first commandment associated with the promise so that it might be well with you and you may have a long life on this. What can we learn from these verses about the Gospel and about Children's ministry style with the very fact that Paul addresses children directly teaches us something profound children matter to God? Paul doesn't just talk about children to the grind hops. He talks to children. This was revolutionary in pulsed bureau. What remember the accounting Jesus life where people brought children to Jesus and the disciples tried to attend me in the ancient world? Children was seen as unimportant and of little value. Compared the grownups children existed. I did for the sake of adults. The value is defined by with adults. Wanted them tragically. That attitude is returning in many Western countries. Today as abortion legislation is debated and passed in various parliaments children prior to and now soon after birth a slowly but surely losing losing the protections on the lull because they not sane is inherently valuable in themselves rather the value depends on whether a grownup chooses him but Jesus turned this attitude upside down. Jesus welcomed little children. In fact Jesus Jesus made their little nece and seeming insignificance. The Gripe Patent and example of what it means to receive the Kingdom of God and he to poll shows that he sees children as valuable in themselves. He addresses children directly he. He believes that God's spirit is at work in them so that they are able to he and Fulla God's word as responsible people. Paul was on my certainly writing writing this letter so as to be rid among Christian gatherings as God's people came together surprise gold and he his word as it is today so pool is clearly assuming that families with children would be there in the gathering and that the children would he what he has to say. These words in fact act a like a little time for children's talk in the gathering this children's toys clearly short and simple and directly applicable like August. quit children's talks but as we look further at what Paul has to say we can see that wrapped up in this brief talk. He's wonderfully deep and Gospel Centered Theology. Even the first short sentence of this simple children's talk his soaked in theology pulses children. Obey your parents. In the Lord for this is wrought side pull till's children hey to obey their parents but he doesn't give a command he also gives reasons he's not just giving the command because Abang parents is good for society. Oh because it will. Everyone expects or because adults more important rather pull gives profoundly theological reasons for his command to Oh by parents. What pulses here is intimately related to the things? He's already spilled out in detail in his letter so far firstly going back back just a few verses we can see that the command to obey parents fits into a wider set of instructions. It's an example of how to submit admit to one another through respect for crossed. That's back invest. Twenty one of Chapter Five. That is a appearance is a particular Hilo Y in which children at voluntarily placed themselves within Rodley ordered relationships. Something that all of God's people should be doing in various ways they sinton is part of what it means to leave as Gods New People in Christ fulfilled by the spirit and this is reinforced by pulls pulls fries in the Lord as children by their parents. They're actually joining in on. God's Gripe plans which are all centered on the Lord that is Jesus Christ Pool has already spoken a great deal about what it means to be in the Lord. He began his letter by praising the Godfather father of our Lord Jesus Christ who has blessed us with every spiritual blessing in the heavenly places in crossed. He's talked about believers as those who are being built into a Holy Temple in the Lord a dwelling place for God by the spirit. He's engaged believers as the bound prisoner in the Lord to walking away that is worthy. Oh the of the cooling with which you were cold and he's reminded them that once you adopt this but now you allies in the Lord so behind his fries in the Lord Some many deep truths about being blessed having God dwell among us having a great calling and bang loss and one white children can do. This is by buying their parents. Pull's about buying parents. This is right. This is just a throwaway line. Poll saying that when children by the appearance they taking apart in the new religious life that God has given his people to leave a life that is to be lived. Well according to God's good standards the latest polls writing to including children which taught to be renewed by the spirit of your minds and put on the new humanity which has been created according to God in the righteousness this and devotion that come from the truth and so I pull urge them to walk as children of loss. The fruit of light is found in all that is good and rights. It's and true. Say pull his. He reminding these children of the effect of the Gospel in their lives bringing them to leave as Gods New People and one one way they can leave at a new life is by buying their parents so this short sentence to children is deeply soaked in theology yet at the same time it simple applicable an obvious which is appropriate for a message addressed to children. Of course it's clear they'll be situations situations where more nuances needed. For example. Children shouldn't have by instructions from parents. Sign them to do what is wrong. And against God's will as it is revealed in his word but here in a phasing chapter six verses one to three is not the place for that more nuanced discussion. Rather it's simple word given to children and it has a simple but profound point children obey your parents in the Lord for this is Ross but this more as Paul continues his children's talk he also teaches them some profound biblical theology. That is theology rooted in the Bible and driven by the Gospel of the Lord. Jesus Christ the instruction for children to a by parents pulses easy in fact a gospel driven application of a text from the Old Testament. Honor Your father and mother which says Paul is the first commandment associated with the promise so that it may be well with with you and you may have a long life on the earth see the commandment owning your father and mother comes from the Ten Commandments. Commandment I'm at number five in. Its original context. This commandment isn't just for children. So adults should also respect and care for their parents but he Paul specifically applies it to children individuals who young enough to be under the instruction and discipline of family time how does pull apply this commandment two children. One thing. He doesn't do is apply it morally sickly that is. He doesn't just tell the children. This is what God says you have to just do it. That's one of the big mistakes we can make. In Children's ministry assuming ad job is to give children list of moral instructions directions for them to perform so God will be happy with them. That is certainly not what pulled us. He rather pull applies the the Old Testament in light of the gospel of Jesus. Christ how does he do that way. Does it by showing how this commandment from the Old Testament is connected. To God's Gospel Promise pull explains that this is a significant commandment because it is the first commandment associated with the promise What purpose is talking.

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"holy temple" Discussed on Agape Baptist Church | Scottsboro, Alabama

Agape Baptist Church | Scottsboro, Alabama

09:14 min | 2 years ago

"holy temple" Discussed on Agape Baptist Church | Scottsboro, Alabama

"It isn't happening. You think that I'm standing sadly by but I tell you I've never stand idly by. Could it be that things are happening that you didn't anticipate so you haven't been really looking for them and then the response with this fourfold response over the next couple of chapters verse five he says I'm doing a bigger work than you can understand even about told you you wouldn't. I believe it and then look at Chapter Two verse Fourteen Chapter Two verse fourteen. He leads him through after after her back. Issues issues this complaint to the Lord that you're gonNA use Babylon sinful horrible wretched Pagan Babylon to judge. How can you be holy and use an unholy holy nation like that's a great question. Look averse to fourteen. He says for the Earth will be filled with knowledge of the glory of the Lord is the water covers the see what he sang is the bigger thing that I'm doing is going to result in the knowledge of my glory covering the Earth back. Do you really think that you as a meager lowly. Human Prophet can cause my glory and the knowledge of my gory to cover the earth because I can and I'm doing it. You think I'm standing Alibaba but I'm doing something that's going to result in people knowing my glory skip back to verse four of Chapter Two. If you want to understand how back says behold his puffed up. It's not upright within him but that last part the righteous shall live by his faith. You're gonNA walk with me. You must walk in trust and in faith and finally skip forward to diverse twenty chapter two and it's what I love about. God reveals his heart for us right after after God's spins Tom Moses on Mount Sinai and gets in the Ten Commandments. Lobbying Bob is among the people of Israel is accompanied with the Tabernacle residing in the center of the camp so God doesn't just give us his law gives us presence when Joe comes and Ascott all of these questions. All all of these questions got answers and gives Job of vision of himself right. Think About Corinthians Chapter Twelve when when Paul has this thorn in the flesh that sent by God's Messenger of Satan so what Paul calls it and and God says my grace's sufficient for you my powers may perfect and your weakness essentially Paul. I'm with you and and that that that that's your that's your hope that your glory we heard Becky testify few weeks ago walking through the Valley of the shadow of death that his nearness what it was all about that what that's what defines that time I'm not just the sadness and so rebecca kicks the same thing. God doesn't just give Quebec and answer because an answer doesn't increase faith yod gifts sir. I mean Yeah God gives her back himself. A Vision of himself verse Twenty Says But the Lord is in his Holy Temple at all the earth. Keep silence before him. What's it's happened is God. God gives back this vision of himself sitting on his throne basically saying listen a backup. If I am still on my throne then you can trust me with unanswered Sir questions. You always have questions. You'll never have enough answers but you can have me well. That'd be good enough enough and in that way he he doesn't just answer questions he inspires us to worship and so that's what I that's what I hope will happen happen. At the end of tonight is that we will we will recognize that God isn't just committed to answering our questions but that God is inviting us to behold him and to worship him in spirit and truth and he's saying I don't just want to give you answers. I'm GONNA I give you myself and some of these answers you can have and and some of these trains of thought will be helpful to you but ultimately I want you to receive me not just the knowledge of situation and so the problem of evil that people talk about from an apologetic standpoint is is is twofold. They're talking about two kinds of evil. Two kinds of evil. I kind of evil is moral evil moral evil you think give situations like nine eleven or columbine or the existence of Isis or the mass shooting in Odessa Texas a few weeks ago. This type of evil is is. AC for human beings to explain because this type of evil is rooted in the choices of fallen human beings who devise evil schemes jeremiah seventeen nine says the hardest desperately sick of all things who can understand it right humans have fallen natures and we point to moral evil as a testimony of that and some moral evil exists and people say well. That's just a product of of human choices and people still struggle with that but that's it's not moral evil that they have trouble explaining. It's the other kind of evil that exists in the world and that's the evil of natural evil so the existence of a Bola cancer natural disasters like hurricane Dorian that that give apocalyptic devastation to the Bahamas and other places and this is the kind of evil it has really made made people who doubt the existence of God. This is kind of reinforced their doubt because this this kind of evil is hard to explain it's random it's devastating and and many of you have heard of the French philosopher named Voltaire Voltaire looked not at a certain disaster that happened on November first seventeen fifty five November. I seventeen fifty five was all saints day in in Lisbon Spain vein and the churches were filled. I mean Lisbon Portugal. The churches were field because of it being all Saints Day and no one knew when they entered into the church that day that before the services concluded that an eight point five magnitude earthquake would rock Portugal and that between sixty and seventy two thousand people would die in Portugal most of them dying because the walls of churches that they were worshiping in fell in on them when we say it that way we really feel why Voltaire had such a struggle not weighing voltaire said it people aren't safe safe in the House of God. God knew that would be their yard could've stopped that earthquake from happening on All Saints Day. Why would God allow that I mean. Do you feel the weight of that question right. We don't want to set up Straw man here. We we really WANNA feel. The weight of why people people have struggled with this. This is voltaire. This is why he he declared that that Christianity was a farce epicurious preceded Voltaire Teheran ass in articulating what was called the logical problem of evil and the belief in all powerful all good God he called the Quadra Lima Emma leave it leave it to leave it to a philosopher to come up with that name instead of just a Diorama he has he has a Quadra and this was the Quadrille Emma he asks is this he said if God is willing to prevent evil but not able then he's not omnipotent if God is able to prevent evil but not willing then he's not good is he both able and willing then where does evil come from is he neither able nor willing feeling then why call him God and so this this fourfold problem as he looked at the logical problem of evil people it it made him stumble and it really made him attack this Christian understanding of an all good all powerful God and so we want to before we jump into the the Christian responser to the biblical response to the Quadrille Emma I would. I I would just say that if you ever have somebody who is asking you this question and they wanna put God on trial and Christianity on trial. Just ask them will will you know the I guess. The opposite of Christianity is being an atheist right and so how would an atheist censure that question mini mini atheist thank that they've solved the problem of evil and suffering in the world and that is that the universe is bleak and we just have to accept it Richard Dawkins whose of famous atheist issed he explained that an an extreme version of this that there's no meaning behind anything it's a product of chance and quote unquote dance of DNA. There's no oh good. There's no evil but the only problem is is that in saying that there's no evil you're denying the existence of moral evil and that's blatant. How can you deny that you see. Atheism is not a solution because it doesn't remove suffering in fact it can make it can make suffering bring ten thousand times worse.

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"holy temple" Discussed on Le Show

Le Show

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"holy temple" Discussed on Le Show

"They didn't know they were at holy temple when she playfully slap water from a fountain onto his butt and they shared the video the moment with some eighty five thousand and followers bali senator condemned the pair in reposted the clip valley senator accused the instagram famous couple of harassing the temple located in the ubud monkey forest. We're so sorry about the video from yesterday we dishonored the holy temple and holy water newborn and we didn't know it so we are so sorry about what happened in apologized to you said s- luca video response if allah terry contribution was proposed to the local local village according to the manager of the influencers. Yes influencers have managers. I think they can get ripped off to see and denmark's prime minister issued an official apology this week to victims who suffered abusing care homes during the country's post world war two period period politics to the victims on behalf denmark for which he can described as one of the darkest chapters in the country's history. I would like to look each of you. In the i say the only right thing. Sorry sorry for the injustice done to you you and your loved ones. Those are here in those who were in. Does we'll follow on behalf denmark sorry. She didn't look him in the eye. She just had to press conference. The apologies the week ladies this gentleman copyrighted feature this broadcast <music> <music> <music> yeah just slow down. We'll be hot for long ladies gentlemen. That's going to be glued this week's edition show the program returns next week week the same time on these radio stations and at the time of your choosing on your audio device choice. Hey google tell alexa alexa. She's ugly and just like telling alexa. She's ugly if you'd agree to join with them which is already. Thank you very much. Attila shosha po to the san india go pittsburgh chicago in hawaii desk. Sachs's always depend paul said and thomas walsh shared w._w. New orleans for help with the day's program the e-mail address to send feedback to me emmy..

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"holy temple" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"holy temple" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

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