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"hugh hebrews" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"hugh hebrews" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Welcome back. It is the Ben Ferguson show. Let's get into here to your phone calls. Get your reaction to some of what we've been telling about. And I want to go to Frank and thanks for waiting. You're on the Ben Ferguson show. Hi, frank. Go ahead. I make to statement. I I really think that they were very provoke, but added black, Hugh Hebrews. Who would they be thinking they being unable to we don't really we all really care for them. Because they they wait they way at all. You know, and they were saying some hard thing too young kids. What my feelings have. Because you know, what I'm saying? I think was very disrespectful. You know of them. You know, so I'm gonna call you. I mean, why is why do you think that than they do they treated this way? I mean, that's the part here. That's for me is how do you? How do you get? How do you get away with this? Right. I mean, how do you get away with this idea that you are, you know, as it was described there, which is with these kids the instigators blaming the kids, and it's all because they're conservative. It's all because they're conservative. Well, being you know, I'm I'm a black man. So for the being accused of something and being mid Jude. And then other people have just this this out how they look at something and said what they say, you know, we'll say without any counter with out in accounting of being about knowing what's really going on this. How people would be Jewish. So I don't understand how the kids might be. You know, well saying because you're not. A black man I real things like this. You know? So I feel bad for him. You know, you know, but you know world we live in a day. You know, it's like it, really. You know, I remember when shirts of Malcolm X school. They're stuff with getting being able people saying something about me, you know, while saying watch that way shirt. So, you know, I honestly, you know, but I'm gonna say the Hebrew would wanted really to me really was the calls. Listen to this. I'm glad that you're at least calling them out. I just really wish. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Been. Others would call them out because I'll have not been they have been they've been acting like even the even the today show gave them cover. Even the today show gave them cover by implying. That. Well, there was only as they said five of them. So really they're excused in their behavior because there's only five of them, right? I mean, there's just five of them. So with only five of them. No, one should really be up. You know, this shouldn't really be. I mean, there's five of them. So they should get a pass nothing to see here. Nothing really going on the kids still shouldn't have engaged because it was only. I mean to quote, savannah Guthrie India's. Let's get back to the interview here. Because when she was talking about this, man, she criticized the kids smirk or smile, she gets his fault, criticized. You know, there's so many of them and so few so many of these referring to the kids high school kids in so few of the black Hebrew racists. Let's get back to the interview listen to this conflict has caught the president's attention. He tweeted, but Sandman and his classmates were treated unfairly and have become.

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"hugh hebrews" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

10:10 min | 2 years ago

"hugh hebrews" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"About how the pilgrims came to be the pilgrims. The book is titled the treacherous world of the sixteenth century and how the pilgrims escaped it the prequel to America's freedom the author William Federer on the line Bill. You're you're talking about really I mean, it's just amazing to me if you don't mind backtracking a little bit because there's so many things unfolding at the same time. So let me we can put the put the needle back on the record there. Right. Well, the idea is Muslims are invading. Europe's Deanna fifteen twenty nine. The reformation started fifteen seventeen. And now, we got this internal and external disruption of Europe the open at Charles fifty Spain. He has the biggest empire on planet earth. I mean, the Philippines are named after his son king Philip of Spain. And he has all the new world. He's taken the gold from the new world of Saddam's navy to keep the Muslim from taking over the Mediterranean. Anyway, he's faced with this double dilemma, reformation outs inside and based on the outside. He actually strikes a deal with the Protestants. It's called the pizza box. Burger fifteen fifty five speak a little German, and that's a fun number its own thousand eight hundred. That's that. This is the first treaty Edward recognize Protestants. And in this treaty is a little Latin phrase that made a big difference. It's Julio's radio use religio, which means who's is the rain is a religion. So in other words, look Protestant. King believe there'd be a one in your kingdom. Let's just work together against us Muslims or invading Europe. 'cause they sort of wanna kill us. All well. This started a domino effect in the next century were different teams fully different things, and Sweden and Germany were Lutheran Switzerland. Talbot of Scotland Presbyterian England was Anglican, Holland Dutch reform, and of course, Italy Spain France, Austria remained Catholic, and you were just talking about England and king Henry the eighth and Tindale. Right. So Henry decides he's going to bring the reclamation to England and he wants to have an English Bible and to solidify his break with Rome. And so they basically take kindles bible polish up called the great bible orders. A copy of it put in every church in England. They actually changed it to the pulpits because it was so valuable, but this is the first time ever that the English speaking people had the bible in their own language, but something unexpected happened. People began to read it and began to compare what's in the bible to this king divorcing. It'd be hitting us wise and just splinter groups started one of them was the Puritans. They wanted to purify the church of England and the king didn't like being persecuted them. Another words separatists there were lots of separatist groups of the king, basically put his foot down and said, okay, Aki uniformity is passed which says, yes, you can read the bible your own language. But no, you can't believe whatever you want. You got to believe the way, I tell you. And so they pass the five mile act if you were caught preachy within five miles of town. You're a criminal unless you got pre permission from the king and they'll drive before the starch. Chamber if you have five people meeting in your home talking religion without approval of the king, you're criminals, and now the star chamber was this room in one of the government buildings with stars on the ceiling. And they will twist your arm and cut off your ear and cut your nose and happened brand you on the faces a heretic was like, you know, this I arrest we couldn't have been on trial by jury. It's just and so the attitude begin to develop one of the Baptist founders at this time. Hell wise. He said if the king can stand there on the day of judgement and answer for your conscience. Find believe whatever the king tells you to believe, but it became is not gonna be there on the judge. You're accountable to God for your own conscience list thought became didn't like, and so we persecute groups and one of them were the separatism we call them pilgrims and their houses rated and they're put in jail. They finally get on a boat. They go over to Holland at this time. Holland had the biggest merchant empire the world. They had an island off the coast of Japan and Jakarta, India, go Jakarta, Indonesia, South Africa, and then New York which had by British yet. So the Dutch sorta of seven provinces, and they have different beliefs, but they're working together in an eighty year war independence from Spain. This will give and take where comes to different beliefs allow the pilgrims to flee England, go to Holland, and they could enjoy sort of living in the fringes there, and they send them lighted. Which interestingly enough when spending chase the Muslims out to have been there for seven centuries. You had Ferdinand deciding chased that us out, and so many juice led to Holland, and they settled in Leiden lo and behold the same city where the pilgrim settled. And so we see the pilgrims begin to include as he do years. And it was in there theology the puritan scholars at this time. We'll call Christian he braced, and they from the time of the reformation up until the age of the lightning Christian scholars in Europe. They were studying this first all year period when you came out of Egypt before they got king, Saul, and they were a with millions of people in no king and each village got the electric city elders and so forth. And so we begin to see the Cobham's would say things like the Jews the Hebrews left Egypt. We left England. They fled from the fatal. We fled from the king of England. They cross the Red Sea. We cross the English channel and eventually. American and so the the pilgrims. They're they're in Spain threatens to attack they decide the fleet they were gonna go to Guyana South America. Boy, wouldn't that have made history different. But then they read about the first Protestant settlement in North America. Don, Jacksonville, Florida. It's called fort. Caroline, French Protestants calls. You cannot Spanish found out about it. And basically butchered all the men, and then the Spanish decided to settle Saint Augustine Florida. And but so the pilgrim said, look, we don't go anywhere near Spain. And Guyana has perpetual spring is too dangerous. So they decided to settle in Jamestown, which was king run colony. Three top of colonies a company calling went bankrupt. And so the king sent over a Royal crown governor third chaplain colonies proprietary tallies, which the whole thing's giving us property to a friend. But we're not there yet that was like, Pennsylvania. But so now the pilgrims decide we're going to go to Jamestown. They long story short. They get blown off course five hundred miles. Actually, this is it's kind of funny that you're it's like drinking. I have a fire hose listening to you. Because this is all important stuff. It's just amazing to me you're talking about so many different things happening. We sometimes forget that the world has been complex for a long time. I mean, the idea that you have all is movement. I never heard by the way that so many Jews had been pushed to move to Holland at the same time that the pilgrims were there. Now, this of course, we're talking about the first years of the seventeenth century. But even in just those short years, you're saying that there's. Geology was influenced. Right. And so the Jews had at the end of the year the piece of tabernacles, right Rosh Hashanah. And so here the matter of fact, the university of Leiden taught Hebrew it had a Jewish. Rabbi teaching Hugh Hebrew. And at the university was a William Brewster, he was one of the pilgrims, and he was teaching English. And so you had the rubbing of shoulders there. And of course, the pilgrims had this idea. Okay. At the end of the year, you have lost his shot a harvest festival, and so that could have been one of the inputs into the pilgrims. Heavy I certainly never heard of that night Amita cut, you you're talking about the fact that they got blown off course. But the reason I interrupted his I thought to myself, you know, most people forget about that that that they were heading to Virginia the pilgrims were headed to Virginia Virginia, if you look on a very very very very old map, you'll see that Virginia named for the virgin Queen Elizabeth extended from what is. Today. Virginia all the way up to Maine. I mean, it was just all Virginia. And so they got blown off course, they still were in Virginia technically, but they landed as we all know in what is today, Massachusetts. But to talk about being blown off course, they weren't blown off course a little bit. They were blown way way. Off course. And the significance of this. You think? Well, why can't they just go down the coast? It's winter it's storming. And also coast to Cape Cod is what's called the graveyard of ships the sand ever walked out in the ocean. And you could be a hundred yards out, and it only comes up to your knees right out of kit cod. You could be a mile out and you run into the sand shoals where it's really shell. And the ships would get stuck in the storm the waves would batter busting this winters, and they die. So the Phillips almost think so the captain backs out goes back to Plymouth rock. It says it's too dangerous to sail anymore. Everyone off the boat. I mean, and we can't forget that they had been out to sea for for quite a while at this point. Sixty six days three thousand mile journey. They were confined to the small four foot high between because it was the storm was so bad foot high. Wasn't a cruise ship. Crafts crawlspace. Hold on a second Bill. We're going to go to another break, folks. Talking to William Federer, the book is the treacherous world of the sixteenth century..

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