35 Burst results for "Jeannie"

Leo Terrell: Dems Are Distracting From Their Disastrous Administration

The Dan Bongino Show

01:17 min | 4 months ago

Leo Terrell: Dems Are Distracting From Their Disastrous Administration

"If you're a Hunter Biden you're connected to Joe Biden You leverage his name for millions of dollars in potentially corrupt international business deals And yet we've seen no calls for a hearing on him at all And yet if you're Ginny Thomas there's no allegations you've broken any law at all But you're only crime is that what your husband didn't keep you in the kitchen or something that you go out and do conservative activism and the so called feminists and the federal government Man you better get control of your woman clarence Thomas She's doing conservative stuff I mean is this hot the most glaring example of a hierarchy You bet you've seen I mean really incredible Dan this is why you're honestly I keep teasing me about the truth teller you just laid out I mean the American public who's listening to your show right now No accident gives Hunter Biden All the evidence the laptop all this information out there overwhelming And Jeannie Thomas what is her legal connection to January 6th or to anything Nothing Nothing zero but it doesn't make a difference And I had to meet miss Thomas great lady and I'm telling you right now they're trying to demonize the Republicans and then to distract from their disastrous administration It is a horrific administration but it will not work

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"jeannie" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

05:32 min | 8 months ago

"jeannie" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Of glory. Those who flow. Hey folks, we're interrupting my conversation with Jeannie Constantino. It's a great one. Well, first of all, I can't say this. When she's sitting right here, but I'm going to say it now. You should buy her book. It is called the crucifixion of the king of glory, and I rarely read a book that I feel this way about. It is, you'll see, when you read it, I don't know what to tell you, but if you trust my judgment, I don't push books, I recommend books. I will mention books, but I'm pushing. This is the book of the month for you. With that question, we need to do an official book of the month because it was incredible. But I want to mention that. I also want to say you should buy my books. Why? Because I wrote them and I recommend them. And if you want to get them at a place other than the mainstream places, we want you to go to my store dot com where everything you get, you use the code Eric. That's my name now. I'm going to go by Eric. Use the code Eric at my store dot com if you want to buy my books, go to my pillow dot com. Please support Mike lyndell either at my store dot com or my pillow dot com. He can use our support. He's the man is just a hero hero hero. I also want to mention that this month only. I mean, this is kind of funny because we were saying this week only. It's 25% off. Nutrimetics pull the fast one on us. Yes. And they said, we now want to go to 30% off if people use the code Eric, but it's only for the month of April. So if you haven't tried their stuff, I say this. If you're using vitamin C, vitamin D, magnesium, zinc, melatonin, stevia. If you need sleep support, if you need immune support, but they have all their stuff go to nutrimetics. And in all seriousness, yeah, Ann and I use all of those products. Oh, it's just absolutely fabulous. Nutrimetics with an X dot com. Code is Eric. You have to use the code Eric. We next week, we have Oz Guinness, we have Dave Rubin, kind of a big deal, folks. He has a brand new book out Dave Rubin. Os Guinness has a new book out called the great quest. I'm holding a copy of it right here. It says the great quest. Invitation to an examined life in a sure path to meaning. That's what Socrates in the city is all about. And I started talking these in city because of Oz Guinness and a lot of people don't know that. Didn't know that, but fun fact. But yeah, it was because of os Guinness. And you know, actually, it's a good time to mention before we go back to our regular programming. Socrates in the city dot com, we're going to be doing more and more of them in the months ahead. We kind of took hiatus over COVID, but if you go to Socrates in the city dot com, there are so many fascinating guests. I mean, really fascinating guests. It's long form interview. There's no commercial interruption. But some of them, the one that I did, I did three in a row with Walter hooper. He was C. S. Lewis secretary, the last year of his life. I'm just telling you, you have no idea what you're missing if you haven't seen that. Walter hooper. But there's a whole bunch that I did. And I want to say, go to Socrates in the city dot com. He said the unexamined life is not worth living. Guinness was the one, as I said, who really helped me start Socrates in cities. This is literally 22 years ago. But I want to recommend Socrates in the city dot com. There are just tons of interviews there. And I want to remind you, again, it is only in April that nutrimetics gives us 30% off. You got to use the code Eric. But please take advantage of it. I mean, I use this stuff. If you want to try it out, it's 30% off. And then the most important thing to me is, you know, you can get your stuff from a lot of places, but if you go to neutrinos, they use 50% of their profits they give to missions organizations. We need to help fund the places that share our values. So I guess I will, by the way, happy resurrection Sunday, a few days ago. Oh, that's right. A couple days early, but the weekend's here. We'll see you on the flip side. God bless you. Home, they say it's where the heart is. They also say it's wherever you make it. They don't say it's where you unload your stuff get tired halfway through unpacking, use some boxes as furniture, realize your elements in a box that doubles as a nightstand. Don't want to buy a new night stand and use a towel as an oven mitten instead. But no matter where you call home, Geico makes it easy to bundle and save on renters and car insurance. Easier than grabbing a piping hot pan with a towel, it's a bit too thin and trying to quickly get it to the counter..

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"jeannie" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:00 min | 8 months ago

"jeannie" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Know they love you tell me Eric, why is relief factors so successful at lowering or eliminating pain? I'm often asked that question, the owners of relief factor tell me they believe our bodies were designed to heal. That's right, designed to heal, and I agree with them. So the doctors who formulated relief factor for them selected the four best ingredients, yes, 100% drug free ingredients, each helps your body deal with inflammation. Each of the four ingredients deals with inflammation from a different metabolic pathway, and that right there approaching from four different angles may be why so many people find such wonderful relief. So if you've got back pain, shoulder neck hip knee or foot pain from exercise or just getting older, you should order the three week quick start discounted to only 1995 to see if it will work for you. It works for me. It has for about 70% of the half a million people who've tried it and have ordered more, go to relief factor dot com or call 800 for relief to find out about this offer, feel the difference. Hey folks, if you could make money off of abortion or pornography, would you do it? I hope the answer is no. But I want to tell you, Robert Nestlé, the founder of inspire insight dot com, he was the president of his local pro life pregnancy center. When he discovered that he owned investments in three companies manufacturing abortion drugs, well, God helped him to see that he was making money from abortion pornography LGBT activism and the list goes on. And that's why he created inspire insight dot com, inspire insight dot com, gives you instant access to biblical values data on over 23,000 stocks, mutual funds and ETFs. So you can invest to the glory of God. You need to go to inspire insight dot com today and screen your four-o-one-ks IRAs and other investment accounts. I did and I was shocked. Now I'm able to clean out the junk and invest in companies actually doing good things go to inspire insight dot com today and register for free that's inspire insight dot com go there. Books, welcome back. I'm talking to my new friend Jeannie Constantino. And Jeannie, we connect on one level, huge level, just because we're Greek. And you had Suzanne and me over to your home on a holy day for the Greeks, 25th of March, ecosystem. It's like July 4th. It's like the day. And you're not only a New Testament scholar and a lawyer and have 6° and write these books. But you served as this amazing Greek meal. You're not supposed to be able to do all that stuff. Do you understand? You got some extra gene or something. You have to come back when we can have meat because it's lent, so we weren't eating any meat. We have to come back for souvlaki..

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If Eric Could Have Dinner With 4 People, Who Would They Be?

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:31 min | 8 months ago

If Eric Could Have Dinner With 4 People, Who Would They Be?

"If you could have dinner with four people living or dead, who would they be? You know what's interesting about that question is that it's as if you could have dinner. Like it's always dinner. It's not like if you could hang out or whatever. If they're dead, they're not going to eat. And I think to myself, a lot of these dead people, they're no fun. No, it's interesting because you start thinking, would it be possible? It's such a theoretical question. It wouldn't be possible to have dinner with the four people I'd like to have dinner with, because even if they were there, my jaw would be hanging open. For four days before I would get to actually talking to them, right? But what for? You know, I mean, everybody knows that it's kind of like what the animals, like, which top 5. It's like, well, they're all dogs. And maybe a monkey. I mean, if you could have dinner with anybody, if it wouldn't be Jesus, who would it be? Can you even imagine? Can you imagine what it would be like to talk with him? As I read this book by Jeannie Constantino, which is a title, the crucifixion of the lord of glory, the king of glory, it just brings Jesus to life, lately I've been reading some and you just think that's all I can't even. There's just no, there's no way. So it's easy for me to say Dietrich brah Hoff or William wilberforce Martin Luther, I guess. Martin Luther, Paul linn, Charles Nelson Riley, dick cavet and David

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Jeannie Constantinou and Eric Discuss the Story of Lazarus

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:45 min | 8 months ago

Jeannie Constantinou and Eric Discuss the Story of Lazarus

"Story of Lazarus, what I find almost funny is like I find a lot of stuff funny just because it's so crazy. But the idea is that Jesus does the most astonishing thing imaginable. Everybody's minds are blown. It's like the mic drop of history. And the slap of the oven. What? We're not bringing that up. But what happens what I find funny is that the Jewish leaders, okay, these corrupt men, how do they want to deal with this? Instead of saying, oh my goodness, maybe this is the messiah. Maybe this is God. Maybe we should. No, they say, we want to kill him. We need to wipe him out. And if that's not enough, they also wanted to kill Lazarus. Which I find actually funny. Can you imagine? There was no angry that they want to kill. It's like, because he died once, we're going to make sure he doesn't. There were so many witnesses to the death of Lazarus, we've been thinking all these people came and helped prepare the body. He was cold. He was stiff. They put him in the tomb. They stayed with the sisters, and they were mourning with them. There were eyewitnesses to the raising of Lazarus. So of course they have to get rid of him because he's living proof that Jesus was the messiah. And do you know where Lazarus went? Where he went? Yes. To get away? No. He went to Cyprus. He was preaching on and you should know this. This is very interesting. We talk about where do we get that? Island of Cyprus. And one of the early church fathers. Part of the tradition of the church of Cyprus, the church of Cyprus, is one of the oldest churches is older than the church of Greece, right? Because Paul went to Cyprus and there were people who went to Antioch, there were Jewish Christians who went to Antioch from Cyprus. So if you read axe, you will see this.

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"jeannie" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

05:13 min | 8 months ago

"jeannie" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Use the code, Eric. Look how it comes tomorrow that's when I folks welcome back. I'm talking to my friend, Jeannie, Constantino, who has written a spectacular book, which you should get. It's called the crucifixion of the king of glory. Jeannie we were just talking about what you discovered in the writing of this book, which I've never heard, and I really it took my breath away, and I said, everybody needs to know this. This is big news from the world of scholarship thanks to you that there are parallels that the Jews of the first century and that period when they talked about the story of Abraham and Isaac, it had direct parallels for them with the exodus. That's right. Story. So talk about this. Okay, so what happens is Abraham and Isaac, that story that Christians call the sacrifice of Isaac, the Jews call the binding of Isaac and that's a very important story in Jewish history. And it turns out that they associated that with the Passover. So it doesn't say in genesis exactly what date Abraham took off. With Isaac to walk to mount so should I tell the story or why not? We'll try to make it real quick. So Abraham was told by God after Isaac was grown up, that he should take your son, your beloved son, you all got Peter or your only son. And Hebrew, and take him to the mountain of moriah and offer him there as a burnt sacrifice. So Abraham, of course, is completely tortured by this thought that he has to offer his son, but he does it without questioning that's Abraham's character. And he goes with Isaac and a couple of servants. And they walk for three days and they arrive at mount moriah and Abraham ties up Isaac, he binds him and puts him on the wood of the fire, and he is going to sacrifice him to the lord when he stopped, all right? So this has really captured the imagination of many people, not only Jews, but Christians also. Why would God ask that of Abraham? Why is this story in the Bible? And that has been something that has been discussed by Jews for almost 4000 years, because Abraham is bragging like 2000 or 1800 BC. So the question was, why is this the story there? And what does it have to teach us? Well, for the juice, they have difficulty understanding why this story was preserved because it's so horrific. The idea that God would ask you to sacrifice your own son. But as they talked about it, imagine them talking about this for centuries and really thinking about this, they came to the conclusion of many things certain conclusions. One of which was that Isaac was a willing participant because when on the way to the sacrifice, he didn't know that he was supposed to be sacrificed. He said to Abraham, father, we have everything we need for the sacrifice. And Isaac was carrying the wood on his back. And he said, we have everything that we need for the sacrifice, but not the lamb. Where's the lamb? And Abraham said, God will provide the lamb. So as the centuries passed, when you look at the story in genesis, it doesn't say that Isaac resisted or anything. So the rabbis and Jewish sages and scholars came to the conclusion that Isaac willingly allowed himself to be bound by his father much, much younger than his father, who was over a hundred years old at the time. And he allowed to take any old man. He could have taken it right away. He could have said not. You know, because we forget these stories. I forget that he bound his son. He bound his one thing. And I always think I can never stop thinking of like the comic version of this. Like, hey, hey, pop. Where's the lamb for the sacrifice? And you could see Abraham gets shifty. We can't talk about that now. You try to think, how did this work itself out? And then when you get to the idea that he bound his son, the son then knew. The son knew, before the being bound, obviously, he allowed himself to be bound, and according to Jewish traditions, he said to his father, time me tightly father, because he didn't want to, he didn't want to be afraid and just change his mind. So this is part of the Jewish tradition and it was part of the Jewish tradition before the time of Christ. This is the case. In the first century. And because Isaac was the willing victim. This is what made him very important in Judaism. He's more important in the story than Abraham is. We Christians always think about Abraham. How could he do that? Well, what faith? But for the Jews, Isaac is the hero of the story because of his willingness to be sacrificed. And because of this, it was believed in Judaism still is believed in Judaism because remember, the Jewish people today are alive because of Isaac, they're descended from Abraham so were they or the Arabs, but the Jews are descended from Abraham through Isaac. So there are alive today because of Isaac and when they were enslaved in Egypt, they believed that God answered their prayers for liberation because of Isaac's meritorious deed being willing to die..

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Dr. Jeannie Constantinou on the Identity of Mary Magdalene

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:37 min | 8 months ago

Dr. Jeannie Constantinou on the Identity of Mary Magdalene

"We're talking to eugenia Constantino. The book's crucifixion of the king of glory. I hope you will get a copy or several copies. Jeanne, you've done it's a masterwork and I'm just so thrilled that you wrote this. And I hope you're going to write many more books. But I was just talking about you say at some point in the book that in Mel Gibson's the passion, which, in many ways, I think, is a magnificent movie and a work of devotional art. It's not like, hey, you want to see if a movie get the popcorn. It's a work of devotional art. But the identity of the Mary talk about that. Well, it was Mary Magdalene, of course, is the most famous of Jesus's female disciples. And unfortunately, in Mel Gibson's movie, he portrays her as the woman accused of adultery that is very famous story that Jesus saves from being stoned to death, and then she becomes his follower. Well, Mary Magdalene was not even a prostitute. And of course, this is something that's probably going to be surprising to a lot of your listeners or viewers because this is sort of become western tradition that Mary Magdalene was a former prostitute. And the first person ever to say that was a Pope, unfortunately, Gregory the great Gregory, the first who lived around the year 600. 600. Yes, so this is the 14th century's long screw. Yes, yes. Totally. And he made this up and identified herself. Unfortunately, western Christians identify with her as a sinful, former prostitute, I would hate to have somebody say, you know, 600 years later that I was a

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"jeannie" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

06:35 min | 8 months ago

"jeannie" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Welcome back. I'm talking to the author of the crucifixion of the king of glory eugenia Constantino. Jeannie, since you let me call you Jeannie. When I was in your home, susanne and I were looking at the icons and the cover of the book, which I'm holding up now, it's such a beautiful book, which is not always true of books, but this is a beautiful book. And on the cover, you have the picture you have Jesus from an icon that is in your dining room. And I've never seen this icon before. It's a beautiful, beautiful icon. Talk a little bit about, I mean, I love the idea that in the orthodox church, there's some nuances, the Catholic Church often portrays Jesus on the cross in paroxysms of pain and for some reason the orthodox church tends not to do that. That's right. That's right. It's a good point. May I have the book and I'll show you. Okay, so you're absolutely right about that. The presentation of Jesus on the cross is very different in orthodox iconography because orthodox iconography is not intended to depict realistically what happened historically. I mean, look at you. It's not a photograph. It's not right, because it's theology in line in color. So an icon is teaching us something about what's actually more important. So whenever we depict Jesus on the cross, by the way, king of glory, I wanted a different icon because above his head is the titulus where we know it said Jesus of Nazareth king of the Jews. But in most orthodox icons, it says king of glory, because that's I forgot to show that to you when you saw the whole thing. This has been because of the way they designed it. And I don't know the Greek. What's the Greek word for glory? Yeah. Because that's what he was. And that, of course, has to do with what St. Paul said if they had known they would never have crucified the lord of glory, but also the psalm, there's a messianic psalm that says lift up your heads and be lifted up you Gates that the king of glory may enter, and who is this king of glory, the lord of hosts, so that's a messianic sum. Now, when we see Jesus depicted in an orthodox icon, there is blood. You see that here in his side. There's blood in his hands because he did have a real human body and he really suffered. So we acknowledge that. But he's always looking at how relaxed the posture is on the cross. Because he went to the cross willingly for our Salvation. That's very important. And that's why his face is at peace. He is relaxed. He's almost as though he's sleeping, and his hands are flat against the wood because he went to the cross. He died for us, willingly. And so the voluntary nature of Christ's passion is very important in the prayers and hymns of the orthodox church. And that's why you see him depicted this way. So, and of course, around his head, we have the on, which is the IM, because he is God. So there's always a theological meaning behind the icon, but that's why he's not shown in agony, and also because we know that he didn't he wasn't crying to God, feeling that abandonment that people identify with psalm 22, my God, my God. I mean, I've corrected that a number of times myself that, I mean, there's so many misconceptions that are hugely popular and hugely perfectly wrong. Theologically. And one of them is, I mean, we should just say this for people who aren't familiar. And you talk about this in the book that when Jesus spoke, the first line of psalm 22, my God, my God, why hast thou forsaken me? Yes. What we forgot most of us is that rabbis and religious Jews would refer to each psalm by the first line. That's right. And so in a sense, by saying the first line, he wasn't merely saying the first line, but he was referring to the entirety of the Somme, which ends gloriously and heroically. That's right. And it's so amazing because again, you go into this and folks, I promise you, you will be blessed by this book, but because Jean, you go into the details and some of this stuff some people will be familiar with, but there's lots of real surprises. And I want to get to some of those because you really, the one thing that sticks out to me that you talk about in the book that I honestly thought, how have I never heard this, is you talk about the parallel that Abraham sacrificing Isaac, we often hear, okay, there's a parallel between Abraham sacrificing Isaac with Jesus going to the cross. And then we hear their parallels of the exodus and the Passover lamb sacrificed with Jesus, the Pascal lamb being sacrificed. But I had never heard about the parallels in Jewish tradition of this era between the story of Abraham and Isaac and the exodus. I have absolutely never heard that. How did you discover this? I discovered that as part of my research for the book because I had so you didn't know this. That's what's amazing to me too. How is it that some things I knew, but other things I found out that ended up in the book that I didn't know it I said to myself, how can I I'm a Bible scholar? And I don't know these things because very often in biblical studies, we end up in a very, very narrow field, and then it's not just that we're all umbilical studies, but you're a specialist and gospel of John or book of revelation or whatever it is. And sometimes I hadn't really read a lot of things, especially from Jewish literature. But who has. This is what's so amazing, is that you dove into Jewish literature and Jewish scholars who don't believe Jesus Messi, so they're kind of letting their hair down. And they're letting it all hang out. They're talking and talking, they think, just among themselves. And then in the future, somebody like you happens to listen to conversation and you go, oh my goodness. That's right. And there was more of that I really wanted to include, but I couldn't really bring all the connections together. I didn't have time to do the further research, but there were very other things about Passover that are still in the back of my mind. Maybe I should go back and see if I could really make the case that there's even more connection, but it was a little bit more difficult. It wasn't so obvious.

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"jeannie" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:32 min | 8 months ago

"jeannie" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

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"jeannie" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:02 min | 8 months ago

"jeannie" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Love you tell me Eric, why is relief factor so successful at lowering or eliminating pain? I'm often asked that question the owners of relief factor tell me they believe our bodies were designed to heal. That's right, designed to heal, and I agree with them. So the doctors who formulated relief factor for them selected the four best ingredients, yes, 100% drug free ingredients, each helps your body deal with inflammation. Each of the four ingredients deals with inflammation from a different metabolic pathway. And that right there approaching from four different angles may be why so many people find such wonderful relief. So if you've got back pain, shoulder neck hip knee or foot pain from exercise or just getting older, you should order the three week quick start discounted to only 1995 to see if it will work for you. It works for me. It has for about 70% of the half a million people who've tried it, and I've ordered more, go to relief factor dot com or call 800 for relief to find out about this offer, feel the difference. Hey folks, if you could make money off of abortion or pornography, would you do it? I hope the answer is no. But I want to tell you, Robert Nestlé, the founder of inspire insight dot com, he was the president of his local pro life pregnancy center. When he discovered that he owned investments in three companies manufacturing abortion drugs, well, God helped him to see that he was making money from abortion pornography LGBT activism and the list goes on. And that's why he created inspire insight dot com, inspire insight dot com, gives you instant access to biblical values data on over 23,000 stocks, mutual funds and ETFs. So you can invest to the glory of God. You need to go to inspire insight dot com today and screen your four-o-one-ks, IRAs and other investment accounts. I did and I was shocked. Now I'm able to clean out the junk and invest in companies actually doing good things. Go to inspire insight, dot com today and register for free. That's inspire insight dot com, go there. Folks, welcome back. I'm talking to my new friend Jeannie Constantino. And Jeannie, we connect on one level, huge level, just because we're Greek. And you had Suzanne and me over to your home on a holy day for the Greeks, 25th of March, ecosystem. It's like July 4th. It's like the day. And you're not only a New Testament scholar and a lawyer and have 6° and write these books. But you served as this amazing Greek meal. You're not supposed to be able to do all that stuff. Do you understand? You got some extra gene or something. You have to come back when we can have meat because it's lent, so we weren't eating any meat. You have to come back for souvlaki. Okay,.

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"jeannie" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:30 min | 8 months ago

"jeannie" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Definitely. Okay, so there's a lot here and this is what I find really just extraordinary is that you've waited through these things. And to bring the perspective of what did Jews in the first century, not Jews who accepted Jesus. But what did the rest of the Jewish world think about who the messiah might be? What some of the antecedents to the messiah were to give us an idea of what to look for. The fact that much of that has been lost, literally until now that you put it in the book, I almost don't know what to make of it, because you can't think of anything more important. And yet, for 20 centuries, we've kind of missed it. How in the world, you know, I want to ask God, why did you let us wait 20 centuries before we made these connections? I don't, I think the early church knew the connections and they are present in very subtle ways in the Orthodox Christian church traditions. It's there, but then the Orthodox Christian today don't know what it is because they have forgotten those Jewish roots. So it's there. And I didn't really find anything that was a number. What has happened is many of these discoveries, as I said, are in one place, either the Jews know them, so I read a lot of articles by Jewish scholars, or there are Bible scholars who know these things or there are people who know medicine and their doctors who have written on the crucifixion. So my point is that I'm not really finding anything brand new. It's just that none of those details about the crucifixion of Christ were brought together in one place and made accessible to an ordinary person because even if you had a question like, why did the temple curtain tear, for example? This was something that I was always curious about. Where are you going to find the answer to that? You might read one book. It has one opinion, another book, has another opinion. And then you don't really know where to go for information. So then when you try to find out, it's sometimes over your head. Well, again, this is what is so fascinating. When you bring up things like the temple curtain tearing. Now a lot of people listening, maybe they're not familiar with that. But it's there in the gospels. How many, I don't know how many gospels mentioned that. Three. Three of them. Pretty crazy that John doesn't mention it. Some of this stuff we're not going to get answers to we're face to face with Jesus. You're going to be like, excuse me, lord, how is it that you allowed the story of Lazarus kind of amazing not to be in Matthew Mark and Luke? What's going on there? How come it's in the story of John? There is no more amazing story. So there are lots of questions. The temple curtain tearing. I want to get into that with you. We're going to go to a break. But this is just seminal information, hugely important information, folks. I don't normally rave about books. And if I do, I never want to do it when the author is sitting right here, but I have no choice. Jeannie is sitting right here. I'm just going to say this book is extraordinary. I recommend it really as highly as I can recommend a book. It's called the crucifixion of the king of glory by eugenius gravelles Constantino. We will be right back. Don't you ever ask them why if they told you you would die so just look at them and say. And know they.

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"jeannie" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:38 min | 8 months ago

"jeannie" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"I went to California, she had me over to her home, had susanne and I over to her home for dinner. She and her husband and her brother was this wonderful thing. And at some point in the conversation, she let slip that she's going to be in New York City. I said, wait a minute. What? You're going to be New York City. I think you need to come to the studio. We have a pretty nice studio when you come to the studio. So we worked it all out and suddenly here she is. Eugenia constantina, welcome. Thank you very much for having me. I can't believe you're in New York City. And I'm thrilled because I always, it's always more fun to talk to people in person. But I think since I interviewed you the last time we did a via Skype, I finally got to read the book. And I said this to you over dinner at your home. It's a magnificent book. It is, it is so many things. It's a work of devotion. When you read it, you can not help draw closer to Jesus, which is which is huge. Well, I mean, yes. And that's a fact. But there's all kinds of historical information in here, genuine scholarship, and I say genuine scholarship meaning that you're very humble woman and you kind of act like, oh, well, I just wrote this book. There is scholarship in this book, Jeannie, will you let me call you Jeannie, that I think is going to really amaze some people. So first of all, welcome to the program and congratulations on the book. Thank you, Eric and thank you so much for supporting the book and promoting it. I really appreciate.

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"jeannie" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

04:37 min | 9 months ago

"jeannie" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"And I'm just so thrilled, what led you, doctor Constantino, to this. I mean, this has been something that's been happening over a number of years, and then it finally clicked I should write about it. Yes, for many years because I've been preaching on teaching about the crucifixion of Christ for a very long time in the trials of Christ. And as an attorney, I was very fascinated in many of the details of the trials. We have been talking about prophecies and other historical things, but there's a lot about pilot about the Jewish leaders. It's absolutely fascinating. And so I decided to put this in a book. And as I researched because I wanted it to be a very strong book, I found out so many things that were quite fascinating. Some of the things we're talking about here. But it's also because I'm so disappointed that so many people who are part of my profession, biblical scholars are so willing to dismiss these things as unhistorical because they just, I don't know if they don't bother to dig deeply enough, but they don't have a faith perspective at all. So we accept these on the basis of faith, but there is actual historical evidence to support what is in the gospels and rather than believing the gospels as credible sources of historical information, which historians Roman historians accept, by the way. Bible scholars are just too anxious to prove how open minded they are and how honest they are and how unbiased they are. They're willing to just say that these things never happened. And I just find that horrific. They just want to, you know, they just want to be fair to both sides. They have to they have to talk about Satan's point of view. You know what I mean? Hey, hey. Something like that. Why not? Why not? But they think that they're more intelligent than the rest of us. No, no, they don't. They're afraid. They're afraid someone might think they're not that intelligent. So they have to pander to the intellectual skeptics. That's right. I mean, look, we see this all over the place. I'm more in the evangelical world. I try to steer clear of the main God forbid, you know, we're talking about mainline Protestant, quote unquote, theologians, because they're effectively enlightenment, rationalists and agnostics. So our Catholics, unfortunately, today, the same thing. Many Catholics. We know this. And we always have to be really clear that there is a ton of bad information out there. I mean, I've seen this in writing most of my books that people misrepresented bahnhof or for decades and decades. These were people that were theologically and politically very liberal. And they profoundly misrepresented him. And I didn't want to correct that. I just thought, I just want to tell the story in a fun readable way. It's so fascinating and amazing. So we're talking to eugenia Constantino, the book is the crucifixion of the king of glory. There's more to come. Don't go away. Folks, I hope you're enjoying this half as much as I am. I'm talking to doctor eugenia Constantino, who is a scholar in a number of disciplines and who's written a wonderful book called the crucifixion of the king of glory. The amazing history and sublime mystery of the passion. Eugenia, I guess I want to say that it seems to me when I wrote my book is atheism dead. There's a parallel in the sense that I think this information has been out there, but no one seems to know about it. And it's about time that we get this information out to people. What I write about in that book is different from what you write. But at the same time, the concept is the same. This is tremendous evidence, bolstering the historicity of the scripture, the veracity of the story of Jesus. And so many people, including Christians, especially Christians, are unaware of this. And so it's vital that we get this information out because I always forget the reference, but where it says in the scripture that, you know, when the enemy comes in like a flood, the spirit of the lord will raise up a standard against it. It feels like the enemy has come in like a flood, the level of skepticism cultural Marxism. Has been profound, ridiculous. And yet at the same time, information is coming up through books like ours. So I'm just so excited that now is when you chose to write your book because people need to read this stuff. So.

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"jeannie" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

05:10 min | 9 months ago

"jeannie" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"As what do you go by doctor Jeannie? And the podcast world in the podcast world I have a podcast search the scriptures and you can find it at orthodox Bible study dot info. And the people call me doctor Jeannie. Not my students. They shouldn't do that. I'm doctor constantina today. Who do they think they are? Yeah. Okay, so I was mentioning that my wife and I will be in San Diego at the end of this month like soon at the end of March and I realized the day I'm going to be there is ecosystem a big day in the Greek world. I'm wetting the Greek colors to celebrate the Greek history. But I would really just look forward to meeting you and your husband, father, cost us. Wow. That would be great. Be great. We're talking about your book, which really, of course, is released in time for lent for this holy time in the church. It's called the crucifixion of the king of glory. You're talking about some things, you know, people who are really familiar with the Bible. A lot of evangelicals know some of these things, but there are tons of people that are not aware of just the outrageous treasures that the parallels that if you weren't convinced that the Bible is the word of God that Jesus is the messiah that Jesus is. If you weren't convinced, you start looking into it and you go, this is bizarre. Like, is this a coincidence? So you're a scholar in multiple disciplines. And you've observed a number of things. I want to just keep going with the various parallels, things that you've discovered that are in this book, the crucifixion of the king of glory. Sure, thank you. There are so many fascinating things that discovered. And we could talk a little bit more about if you want about fulfillment of prophecy and some of these typologies, but there are also fascinating things about pilot, about the darkness, the day that Christ died, I had sent you a little excerpt from that. That's what I want to talk about right now. The darkness, go ahead. Yeah, it's okay. Well, see, this is something that is usually dismissed as unhistorical by many even Bible scholars. They just assume all this didn't really happen because according to the gospels, there was darkness for three hours that the sun went dark and when Christ was on the cross. And people say, well, this is sort of a fantasy. It's a symbolic darkness representative of evil or apocalyptic darkness, this kind of thing. But actually, we have to remember that the evangelists, when they wrote these books, they were writing for the people of their day. And if there hadn't been a darkness, they would not have said that because people would have said, they would have lost credibility. People would have said, that never happened. And remember that these books, the four gospels are for independent accounts of the crucifixion, the ministry and the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ, written by four different people in four different places and four different times, and yet they are remarkably consistent, especially about the crucifixion. And so they talk about the darkness on the day that Christ died, but people, because we're so, you know, into this scientific expectations that we have to be able to explain everything, we don't allow room for the miraculous, very often in our society, but God does not conform to the laws of nature. He's not required to do that. So there is actually some evidence that there really was an earthquake and also darkness and unnatural darkness on the day Christ died. Now, most people say that this was an eclipse, okay? They said, well, there was an eclipse. Or they try to explain it away as some natural occurrence. But it could not have been an eclipse because it eclipsed does not take place during the full moon and pass over always happens during the full moon and the clips can only happen and eclipse of the sun can only happen when there is a new moon when the moon is in between the sun and the earth and it blocks the rays of the sun. But the full moon, which is when Passover takes place, the moon is behind the earth, okay? So it could not have been an eclipse, and no eclipse lasts for three hours. But there is an ancient Greek historian who was a contemporary of Christ, who did mention this darkness, an unnatural darkness on the day that Jesus Christ died. Of course, he doesn't say that on the day Christ died. This is what happened because he's a pagan. But he was trying to dismiss Christian claims about Jesus being the son of God. And so he says, oh, this was just an eclipse. But the very fact that he was his name was fallos, and he was writing around the year. Writing around the year 55. So that particular document was lost..

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"jeannie" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

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01:30 min | 9 months ago

"jeannie" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

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"jeannie" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:49 min | 9 months ago

"jeannie" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"There are many, many parallels about the binding of Isaac with the story of Jesus. And after walking for three days, this is again Jewish tradition. You won't find this unless you read Jewish authors, which is what I did in my research. You'll find that they arrived at mount moriah and he was going to sacrifice Isaac on that specific date. And then later, rabbis would talk about this and they would say that Isaac carried the wood for the sacrifice as one who carries his cross on his back because he carried the wood on his back. Wait, wait, wait, the Jewish writers mention the cross. They don't mention the cross of Jesus. They say Isaac carried the wood for the sacrifice on his back the way a man carries his cross. Well, no, that's what I'm saying, but they mentioned yes, they do well with the way a man carries his this is the Jewish writer. Yes, yes. They don't believe Jesus is the messiah. That's right. But they're making this parallel themselves. They are. And these parallels were made before the crucifixion of Christ. You see, that's the important thing. They were not people would say, well, they would just got this idea from the crucifixion. No, no, no. Most of these ideas and parallels were recognized among first century Jews before the rise of Christianity. And that's very important. This means that God prepared the Jewish people for the coming of the messiah and for the death of the messiah in this particular way. So many, many Jews. We get this idea that the Jews did not accept Jesus, but that is not true. Thousands and thousands of believers in Jerusalem itself came to faith in Jesus Christ, and this was after Pentecostal remember the death of Jesus was only weeks prior, and they all knew who he was, and they all knew how he died. So if we read the book of acts, we can see how the church grew in Jerusalem, so many, many people were able to make that connection. Okay, here's the question, why haven't we heard about this? Because this is big news to me. This is important. Groundbreaking scholarship on your part that you're making this connection. What's the last time anyone made this connection? Is it 2000 years ago? Is it too many years ago? I think that this is known as among some Bible scholars. They get this and they know these things, but that was my point in writing the book. These are things that are kind of known and we could say upper echelons of scholarly circles. But it hasn't really come down to the people in a way that they can understand. And explain to them that the true significance. And this is just one thing. We're still talking about Isaac. There are so many other amazing things that I discovered that are parallels. And the crisis of fulfillment of so many prophecies and expectations for the Jewish people. So it's not that it's unknown. I didn't discover something brand new that nobody else knows. I just read all of these different books and articles. And I brought all of this information forward. Okay, I mean, that's kind of what I was saying about that. That's the benefit of you. I mean, the book right here is atheism dead. I didn't discover these things, but I thought to myself, yet no one knows these things, so I need to write about it in a popular way because this stuff is too fascinating for everyone not to know. We need to know this. So this is why I'm so excited about your book because it's a book for everybody. And nothing could be more important than what you write about in this book. So the book again, folks, it's called the crucifixion of the king of glory, the amazing history, and sublime mystery of the passion by eugenia Constantino. Now, let's go into some more of the parallels and the things that you've discovered..

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The Parallels Between Jesus and Isaac With Jeannie Constantinou

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:01 min | 9 months ago

The Parallels Between Jesus and Isaac With Jeannie Constantinou

"jeannie" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:28 min | 9 months ago

"jeannie" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

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"jeannie" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

05:54 min | 9 months ago

"jeannie" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"That's different? Yes, thank you very much for asking that question, Eric, because there is a difference. And you've made an excellent point by speaking about yourself as a generalist and a person who has a perspective from a long view about history and other current topics. Well, me as a Bible scholar, I'm in the weeds. I'm in the thick of all of the details of this subject, but the reason why my book is different, I think. I haven't read anything like it before, is not only am I a biblical scholar, but I'm also an attorney. I have a lot of expertise reading medical records from my years as an attorney. And also, I have a background, some background in Roman law because I wrote my thesis for Harvard divinity in Roman trial procedures in the first century in the provinces. So I'm wanting to answer a lot of questions. My problem is when I was reading books about the crucifixion or Bible commentaries. It seems that nobody combined all of the different skills and expertise that I think I bring to this subject. So just to be really clear, like I was sort of saying, I'm an expert enough thing I have a PhD in nothing. You're an expert in several things. So really the issue here is the multidisciplinary approach that somebody who is, I mean, you're a scholar in New Testament. But you are a scholar in other disciplines. And so yes, when you look at the story of the passion, the crucifixion, the trial of Jesus, you also bring your expertise as a lawyer. And it seems to me that the most exciting work is being done by people who are working in multiple disciplines. And so I want to be clear because I don't want to, I don't want exactly there's a general thesis here, right? That if you're looking at things and you're not only looking from one perspective and there's nothing wrong with looking at things from one perspective. But you bring that and you specifically bring that in this book. So that's what we're talking about. That's exactly right. So there are so many books that have already been written about the passion of Christ and thereby pastors or religious leaders, and then those books are sort of talking about the spiritual implications or the spiritual lessons or I've read a lot of commentaries and the commentaries are people who are experts in biblical studies, but they might not know, let's say Roman law, the way I do, or they might not have the expertise with medical information the way I do. So I'm combining all of my expertise in all of these various areas. And trying to synthesize what I learned and answer some of my own questions about the passion and the crucifixion of Christ that I had for many years. And try to present it to ordinary people because for people who have questions about what happened historically to Christ, it's very, very difficult for them to get good answers from a person who has a real depth of experience and who can evaluate the other writings because if you go to read about, for example, there are doctors who wrote about the crucifixion of Christ, but they don't know about Roman law, or they don't know about first century Judaism. Or they're not experts in biblical studies. So because I have an expertise in virtually all of these areas, I can really present what happened in a very concise way, but also in a very readable way because I tried to keep the story of the passion in more of a narrative format and interweave this information into the story and keep it something that the ordinary intelligent reader could understand. Not so highfalutin and not so technical because I read all of those technical articles. I read all the medical articles about the various things that would have happened to Christ and also in general, the kinds of wounds that he suffered and I read all of those historical writings by Jewish scholars and writings by Roman scholars and things like this. So I'm trying to present that so that a person can just benefit from the research that I did. Well, I'm thrilled you've done it. Now, what are some of the things that might surprise us? You talk about. I think you were talking about the exact date or the exact there are a number of things that you seem to have stumbled upon that I got really excited when I heard about it. So talk about some of that. There were so many of them. It surprised me the extent to which the crucifixion really fulfilled prophecies that we kind of knew were fulfilled, but the extent to which they were fulfilled. And the extent to which the crucifixion of Christ corresponded to many sort of foreshadowings and Jewish history and what example would be that the binding of Isaac with Jews called the binding of Isaac and Christians called the sacrifice of Isaac. We all know that that was sort of a foreshadowing of the sacrifice of the only son of God by Abraham, but there is so much more to it because the binding of Isaac is very, very important in Jewish history. And I did not know that Jews believe that that happened on the 14th day of Nissan, which is exactly the date that Jesus Christ was crucified on on the eve of the past. So right now right there, right? So that's the first one. I just want to that's one. There's a lot of that point. But I'm saying that's a big one. When we come back, we're going to cover all of these. I'm talking to doctor jeanie to eugenia Constantino doctor Constantino. The crucifixion of the king of glory is the book. Hey.

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"jeannie" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:59 min | 9 months ago

"jeannie" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"I'm a generalist, I don't have a PhD, but generally speaking, I find that people who are generalists or people who work rather than saying maybe generalists or popularizers or populists, multidisciplinary. And when you're multidisciplinary, it gives you some times an opportunity to see things from a perspective that the experts don't see. You can put you can connect dots because you're at some remove in a way. And that's I think your strength and so in this new book because we talked with you last year, but in the new book, the crucifixion of the king of glory, the amazing history and sublime mystery of the passion. You do this. So help us understand the way into this. What do you cover here? And what is your perspective that's different? Yes, thank you very much for asking that question, Eric, because there is a difference. And you've made an excellent point by speaking about yourself as a generalist and a person who has a perspective from a long view about history and other current topics. Well, me as a Bible scholar, I'm in the weeds. I'm in the thick of all of the details of this subject, but the reason why my book is different, I think. I haven't read anything like it before, is not only am I a biblical scholar, but I'm also an attorney. I have a lot of expertise reading medical records from my years as an attorney. And also, I have a background, some background in Roman law because I wrote my thesis for Harvard divinity in Roman trial procedures in the first century in the provinces. So I'm wanting to answer a lot of questions. My problem is when I was reading books about the crucifixion or Bible commentaries. It seems that nobody combined all of the different skills and expertise that I think I bring to this subject.

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What Does Dr. Jeannie Constantinou Cover in Her New Book?

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:59 min | 9 months ago

What Does Dr. Jeannie Constantinou Cover in Her New Book?

"I'm a generalist, I don't have a PhD, but generally speaking, I find that people who are generalists or people who work rather than saying maybe generalists or popularizers or populists, multidisciplinary. And when you're multidisciplinary, it gives you some times an opportunity to see things from a perspective that the experts don't see. You can put you can connect dots because you're at some remove in a way. And that's I think your strength and so in this new book because we talked with you last year, but in the new book, the crucifixion of the king of glory, the amazing history and sublime mystery of the passion. You do this. So help us understand the way into this. What do you cover here? And what is your perspective that's different? Yes, thank you very much for asking that question, Eric, because there is a difference. And you've made an excellent point by speaking about yourself as a generalist and a person who has a perspective from a long view about history and other current topics. Well, me as a Bible scholar, I'm in the weeds. I'm in the thick of all of the details of this subject, but the reason why my book is different, I think. I haven't read anything like it before, is not only am I a biblical scholar, but I'm also an attorney. I have a lot of expertise reading medical records from my years as an attorney. And also, I have a background, some background in Roman law because I wrote my thesis for Harvard divinity in Roman trial procedures in the first century in the provinces. So I'm wanting to answer a lot of questions. My problem is when I was reading books about the crucifixion or Bible commentaries. It seems that nobody combined all of the different skills and expertise that I think I bring to this subject.

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Dr. Jeannie Constantinou on 'The Crucifixion of the King of Glory'

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:15 min | 9 months ago

Dr. Jeannie Constantinou on 'The Crucifixion of the King of Glory'

"Doctor eugenia Constantino, you are the author most recently of this book. The crucifixion of the king of glory, the amazing history and sublime mystery of the passion. So what else will we find in this book that we ought to know? Well, I think you're going to find it very fascinating just, for example, that is its description of the temple. And so this was something that, again, I've been hearing about the temple as Christians growing up. We hear about Jesus and the temple. But what's the temple was really like? What went on there? Why Jesus cleanse the temple. This sort of thing is really important because what we find is that the important people who are central to the trial and crucifixion of Christ are the chief priests. And the level of corruption among the chief priests and the high priest in first century Judaism is astonishing. And again, all of this information I got from Jewish sources. We have Jewish sources that talk about the corruption and also the other aspects of temple worship that is quite fascinating. And the book describes the temple. What was it really like if you were to go there? What would you have

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"jeannie" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:43 min | 9 months ago

"jeannie" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Folks, welcome to the Eric metaxas show, sponsored by legacy precious metals. There's never been a better time to invest in precious metals, visit legacy p.m. investments dot com that's legacy p.m. investments dot com. Welcome to the Eric metaxas show with your host, Eric the Texas. Folks, we have a very special guest. Oh my gosh, I don't know how to do this. I don't know how to do this because well, let's start with the most important thing. My guest is Greek. Greek. She speaks the Greek language. She goes to the Greek charts. And her name scarves Constantino. Doctor constantina, welcome to the program. Thank you very much, Eric. It's nice to see you. Yes. And now I say a janitor just because I feel the pressure to pronounce it. That way, but you go by eugenia or yes or just doctor Jeannie for podcasts, genius, fine. Doctor Jeannie, look, you, before we have too much fun, I want to be really clear, you've been teaching biblical studies in early Christianity at the university of San Diego since 2002. You taught New Testament at the holy cross Greek Orthodox school of theology in the Massachusetts. Because yeah, well, you know, I'm on the east coast and I know that you're there. But your husband is a Greek Orthodox priest. Yeah, that's correct. So you really are. That's right. But as we did, how you said? Been doing stuff, and all experience? Okay, so we have a lot to talk about. Now, the main focus of our conversation, I want to be, you have a brand new book out. I've been very excited about this. It's called the cruci now folks, listen to this. This is really beautiful. The crucifixion of the king of glory, the amazing history, and sublime mystery of the passion. Now, I'm excited about this for reasons maybe I should try to let you explain this, but the way I would sum it up is that I'm a generalist, I don't have a PhD, but generally speaking, I find that people who are generalists or people who work rather than saying maybe generalists or popularizers or populists, multidisciplinary. And when you're multidisciplinary, it gives you some times an opportunity to see things from a perspective that the experts don't see. You can put you can connect dots because you're at some remove in a way. And that's I think your strength and so in this new book because we talked with you last year, but in the new book, the crucifixion of the king of glory, the amazing history and sublime mystery of the passion. You do this. So help us understand the way into this. What do you cover here? And what is your perspective that's.

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AJ Reflects on His Friendship With Comedian Jay Mohr

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:21 min | 9 months ago

AJ Reflects on His Friendship With Comedian Jay Mohr

"I listen to an atom corolla shot and by the way, at this point in time, you know, I don't ever care about promoting someone else's podcast, especially someone I love, like H man. And he had Jay moron. And J Moore, the brilliant comedian was on and I didn't know this, but apparently he had an Adderall addiction and went to rehab and the last I saw Jay, he invited me to go see him perform and I did and it was great, he's got such a frenetic energy and a comics brain like few others. And Jay and I got close because he got very friendly with the great comedian Buddy Hackett. And he does a great Buddy Hackett. And at one point I had reached out to him and I said, you know, my father was a best friend with buddy happy in high school, but he hadn't used to come to my apartment in Brooklyn. You know, I'd love to share stories about. And he couldn't believe he got so emotionally almost cry. I went to his apartment, his condo and I think it was Westwood. And marine del Rey, something like that. And you know, we had a great night. This was way back in the early days of the podcast and Jay was, you know, very emotional about the fact that I had a connection to Buddy Hackett. And I saw him did a couple of pills that night. But he told me their heart pills because, you know, we're all getting up there in age. In fact, he said that night. I'm getting old. I fought when I pee and I ain't laughed 'cause I understand that. And then I saw him in concert not long after that. At the last factory, the comedy store or something like that, and then, you know, I hung out with him and Jeannie bus one night, his squeeze, and she's a great woman, and I learned from again. You know, we crossed paths. He called me. We chickened on each other, but then he kind of disappeared. And I learned from the Adam Carolla show that Jay was in rehab. And he's been a year sober

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With Roe in doubt, states act on abortion limits, expansions

AP News Radio

01:01 min | 11 months ago

With Roe in doubt, states act on abortion limits, expansions

"Battles battles battles battles over over over over the the the the future future future future of of of of abortion abortion abortion abortion are are are are setting setting setting setting up up up up in in in in state state state state houses houses houses houses around around around around the the the the U. U. U. U. S. S. S. S. if if if if the the the the Supreme Supreme Supreme Supreme Court Court Court Court overturns overturns overturns overturns the the the the nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen seventy seventy seventy seventy three three three three roe roe roe roe versus versus versus versus Wade Wade Wade Wade decision decision decision decision lawmakers lawmakers lawmakers lawmakers and and and and state state state state houses houses houses houses around around around around the the the the country country country country want want want want to to to to be be be be ready ready ready ready fifteen fifteen fifteen fifteen states states states states including including including including Vermont Vermont Vermont Vermont New New New New Jersey Jersey Jersey Jersey and and and and Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan have have have have moved moved moved moved to to to to protect protect protect protect abortion abortion abortion abortion access access access access California California California California lawmakers lawmakers lawmakers lawmakers are are are are considering considering considering considering plans plans plans plans to to to to become become become become a a a a sanctuary sanctuary sanctuary sanctuary state state state state for for for for those those those those seeking seeking seeking seeking reproductive reproductive reproductive reproductive care care care care meanwhile meanwhile meanwhile meanwhile more more more more than than than than twenty twenty twenty twenty states states states states already already already already have have have have laws laws laws laws on on on on the the the the books books books books that that that that would would would would dramatically dramatically dramatically dramatically restrict restrict restrict restrict abortion abortion abortion abortion and and and and are are are are considering considering considering considering new new new new bands bands bands bands at at at at the the the the High High High High Court Court Court Court allows allows allows allows it it it it Arizona Arizona Arizona Arizona Florida Florida Florida Florida and and and and West West West West Virginia Virginia Virginia Virginia way way way way bans bans bans bans on on on on the the the the procedure procedure procedure procedure after after after after fifteen fifteen fifteen fifteen weeks weeks weeks weeks similar similar similar similar to to to to the the the the Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi law law law law under under under under consideration consideration consideration consideration abortion abortion abortion abortion opponents opponents opponents opponents like like like like their their their their chances chances chances chances row row row row is is is is not not not not settled settled settled settled law law law law Jeannie Jeannie Jeannie Jeannie Manzini Manzini Manzini Manzini as as as as the the the the president president president president of of of of March March March March for for for for life life life life she she she she spoke spoke spoke spoke at at at at the the the the rally rally rally rally in in in in Washington Washington Washington Washington on on on on Friday Friday Friday Friday Kristin Kristin Kristin Kristin Ford Ford Ford Ford with with with with NARAL NARAL NARAL NARAL pro pro pro pro choice choice choice choice America America America America says says says says this this this this could could could could be be be be a a a a really really really really really really really really dramatic dramatic dramatic dramatic year year year year in in in in terms terms terms terms of of of of people's people's people's people's ability ability ability ability to to to to access access access access abortion abortion abortion abortion care care care care and and and and to to to to decide decide decide decide if if if if when when when when and and and and how how how how they they they they become become become become apparent apparent apparent apparent Jennifer Jennifer Jennifer Jennifer king king king king Washington Washington Washington Washington

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Author Jeannie Constantinou on Why She Wrote 'Thinking Orthodox'

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:37 min | 1 year ago

Author Jeannie Constantinou on Why She Wrote 'Thinking Orthodox'

"I am talking to a fellow. Greek american that's all you need to know but actually no. Her name is Eugeniusz guerrillas constantinou genie constantino. Who's written a really important book. Thinking orthodox understanding acquiring the orthodox christian mind. You're about to go. I think jeannie into why you wrote the book and this This is important and it crosses denominational lines what you get into in the book So i'm excited about the so. Yeah tell my audience. Y y you wrote the book. I wrote the book to help. Christians understand each other basically because as a minority form of christianity. Here in this country. Most people don't really even though the we exists. Let alone understand who we are. So protestants encounter us. And they put us in the camp with the catholics and the orthodox church is nothing like the catholic church and also Catholics and protestants are in many ways more similar to each other than they are to us. We think we theologies very differently than catholics. And protestants western christianity basically because western christianity developed during the middle ages in western europe. The church was eastern before it was western. The church was greek. Before it was latin. And when the church moved into western europe and began to develop there under the umbrella of the papacy of course it developed at became something very different than what the early church was

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Eric and Dr. Jeannie Constantinou Discuss Drifting in Religion

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:20 min | 1 year ago

Eric and Dr. Jeannie Constantinou Discuss Drifting in Religion

"I'm talking to you genius. Guerrillas constantinou also known as jeannie constantino the author of a an exciting book called thinking orthodox understanding and acquiring the orthodox christian. Mind so jeannie before we get into the deeper stuff. There's so much here You were just saying something. That i've i've talked about this endlessly over the years i as i think i shared with you. I'm you know i was raised. In the greek orthodox church and i sort of drifted away never consciously. I don't think people drift consciously but i drifted unconsciously into a kind of agnostic. Whatever ism i coined that term alvin. Write that down. Because we're gonna know but it's kind of funny that. I think that that happens to a lot of people who grew up. In the greek orthodox church is just kind of a cultural thing and then you kind of drift off and mary. Whomever and part of what's fascinating to me. Is that when you have what. I call any kind of ethnic christianity. The problem is that you can very easily focus on the ethnic part. So this is where the greeks hang out. We hang out in the church and as a result of that you're not thinking evangelist thinking about the fact that most people in this community or outside the greek church are secular. They're not so you can sort of lose something. I think that's part of the tragedy of what i think of his ethnic orthodox christianity in america's you forget that you're sending these kids like me into a deeply secular devotedly secular world and you kind of assumed that you know everybody in the audio is greek. But of course you're no longer in the. Aw that's right the word what. Y'all means village a just for your audie heads. That's right well. The fact is you're talking about your. Your experience is like many people but not just in the orthodox church. The same thing could be could be set did happen to lutherans. When they were earlier in the century when there were young german lutheran parishes versus swedish lutheran parishes or catholic cherishes. That were italian or polish. Or something like this. So we're definitely in that transition stage where we're having to really remind people that this is not about being greek and you don't have to be great or russia to be an orthodox christian orthodoxy is all over. The

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Dr. Jeannie Constantinou Is a Rising Academic Researcher and Biblical Scholar

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:10 min | 1 year ago

Dr. Jeannie Constantinou Is a Rising Academic Researcher and Biblical Scholar

"Such a joy for me to have you as my guest that i get really goofy. A genie constantinou urine san diego. You are of course greek. But you're american. Just as i am and you've written a book. I was so excited when i when i saw this. It's title thinking orthodox understanding and acquiring the orthodox christian mind so you are an academic. Let's start there. Yes i am. I'm a professor. And i've been professor for many years professor of new testament and early christianity new testament. Which as we have said was written in greek obviously and early christianity. I wanna get your background Jeannie because you're an academic. You're you're a christian. You you take it all very seriously. There are a lot of people in the world of the academy. Who are you know their professors in new testament studies. And this and that. But you wouldn't describe them as actual christians. They're just academically focused on this. But you really are serious about your faith and you're taking it. You're you're theologian. Yes you're right about that. It's very surprising. How many scholars of new testament really don't believe what's even in the new testament. And i'm shocked at this because i think where else would you have and not just new testament studies but also theology so many people don't accept basic christian doctrines that you and i hold. Dear are absolutely essential such as the virgin birth the resurrection of christ and yet. They're teaching theology even in so called religious institution of. That's the key. I don't i don't expect any different from secular institutions Because they you know they think. Hey it's like. I'm teaching the epic of gilgamesh. You know we're just looking at the text and we don't believe gilgamesh was real dude but the fact is that seminaries in all these kinds of places they don't believe

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Dilip Kumar, Bollywood's Great 'Tragedy King,' Dies at 98

BBC Newsday

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Dilip Kumar, Bollywood's Great 'Tragedy King,' Dies at 98

"Dilip Kumar has died at the age of 98. He started off as a script writer but moved in front of the cameras in 1944 in the film noir butter. Oh, Jeannie Vaidyanathan reports from Delhi. Yeah, I've got a job to keep. Dilip Kumar was the face of an emerging Indian film industry. And an emerging India Morning Peshawar in 1922 in what is now Pakistan. He changed his Muslim name use of con to the Hindu Philip Kumar when he entered the film industry. In a career spanning six decades, he starred in some of Bollywood's most iconic films. He was the first ever recipient of best actor that India's equivalent of the Oscars the film Fair Awards and still holds the record for winning the honor the most times. And acting megastar in South Asia. He was awarded both India and Pakistan's highest civilian honours.

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The Hero from Season One

Scuba Shack Radio

08:03 min | 1 year ago

The Hero from Season One

"It's time for another installment of si-hun it's still alive and this time we're going back to season one episode twenty-six the hero and it premiered on july fifth nineteen fifty eight sixty three years ago on my third birthday. The hero opens up with mike underwater. Telling us these working with. Dr george snider on a project to turn ocean plants into food. Apparently they need funding for their research. And that's where a millionaire elliot conway and his wife. Gloria come in you see. Elliot is a big game hunter and he wants to take his hunting underwater and he wants to hunt for sharks and giant squid only problem. He doesn't know how to dive. He needs mike to teach him and gloria so he can bag. What's down there. Mike price five thousand dollars now since it's going to research glorious says it's a worthy cause and a tax write off elliot agrees to pay like twenty five hundred dollars upfront and the remaining twenty five hundred when he gets his first shark. So now they're off to a place known for sharks portable ongko and they go in elliott's private plane and that plane. Looks like a dc. Three named misguided gal now. Puerto blanco is on the west coast of south america. A small fishing village with a new hotel. Not much more. Just as they're getting off the plane guy comes running up and he introduces himself as dr gomez. Any needs to use of elliott's plane to get a sick child to a hospital over three hours away. Elliot agrees so now. They're all set to start their scuba training. And mike tells. Gloria things will be okay if elliott follows all precautions glorious says he never does mikes response he better now before they start training mike scouts out the deep area offshore for sharks. We see a variety of sharks white tips black tips and even some clown fish interesting. Now we start to see what scuba training was like in nineteen fifty eight. Mike takes the couple through snorkeling skills and then talks about how the equipment is delicate and technical. He tells them there is only one way and that is safely theory in practice. That's what it takes. But elliott is getting impatient in the next scene we see mike demonstrating what happens when a balloon is inflated at depth and brought up boom. Goes the balloon back on the boat. Mike tells them it's called an air. Embolism and you must always excel. Exhale as you extend. Gloria asks mike. How fast and he tells her no faster than your bubbles. Elliott wants to know. When do we stop learning and go hunting. He wants his shark. Glorious says she's tired and wants to sit out the next dive. Elliot tries to coax her into diving. But mike says it's dangerous to dive if you're tired so now we switch back to the hotel and we can clearly see the tension between elliott gloria. Gloria tells mike that that elliott is a mixed up millionaire. He's an architect. Who inherited the conway oil company when his father was killed in an auto accident. Elliott doesn't want to really be an architect anymore. Just a big game hunter. Now elliott comes into the scene and he's carrying a spear gun that he's all proud of its cocked and loaded. Mike is furious and he and elliot start to argue. And in the argument elliot drops the spear gun. It goes off narrowly missing gloria and lodging in palm tree. Now we switch back underwater. Mike says elliott has be elliott has become pretty good. Shot with the spear gun. And they're shooting at this target. That set up kind of lake for archery. But mike says he just needs to stop pointing a gun at mike. Now we switch back to land where mike. Gloria elliott are working on camera to document the shark on elliott. Says he wants to order. Chicken cacciatore for dinner might tell them. Oh no that's too spicy before diving. Says okay good now. Probably order to and elliot goes off. It's just mike gloria now. Gloria tells mike she's unhappy made a big mistake in marrying elliot. Mike tries to console her and she tells mike he's sweet and she puts her head on his chest. Elliot sees this and is upset. What's going to happen when they go on the shark hunt the next morning. They are at the dive site. Mike cuisine i finds a shark and is ready to take them down for the hunt. Just as soon as you can get the bait ready now. The three of them are down below at seventy five feet. Gloria has the camera as mike elliott head off to the hunt just end we switched to the surface in a boat is approaching. Its dr gomez. He needs elliott's playing again. As you get close to the dive boat. He throws his anchor over the side and it crashes down into gloria breaking her rag might just happens to look back and sees the glory is in trouble and they both rush back elliott steps in and starts buddy breathing with gloria the sharks. Fresh off debate sense trouble. As the big one continues to circle. Mike is impressed. With elliott's calmness and sends them to the surface while mike fights a rearguard action again and he spears the big shark. We then see all the divers back on board and dr gomez says we must go sure back at the hotel. Elliott s mike. Why don't they haven't hospital here. In puerto blanco might tells him. It's always money. Justin dr gomez emerges and skulls mike for letting gloria dive in her condition. She's expecting a child in six months. And dr gomez congratulates elliott by saying congratulations senor. Now you need to take her back to the states to the hospital. That does elliott is going to build a hospital in portable. Ongko and keith tells mike it'll be done in six months. Mike says that can't be done elliott. Replies you don't know me when i go to work elliott conway the hero. You'd recognize him. That's larry hagman. J are jr ewing from dallas or tony nelson from my dream of jeannie Mike nelson tony nelson coincidence. Who knows

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"jeannie" Discussed on The 29 Minute Mom

The 29 Minute Mom

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"jeannie" Discussed on The 29 Minute Mom

"Jeannie will give it to you in. Mom set free so yet the book. The gospel is the best pep talk ever. Yes because it has. It's one that has power right. it's not like fluffy words. Right i mean the gospels dot ever yes the live So one of the things that i want to just kinda start out with in the book is for me with I just mentioned to you before the show started that. Were finishing the Checkered tonight the one thing that will always stick with me Just makes me feel. Emotional is in the beginning of the book. You remind us that these kids are gods kids and you actually say something about praying for your child as in like you know god help your daughter or florida son and i will be honest with you gene when i first read it as like. That's might be weird praying that way and you use specifically say that god loves them even more than we can love them and i think throughout the entire time that we were meeting together we were reminded of that Very very powerful statement That makes us feel like a little bit less weighted down own liquor. Not doing this alone. Yeah i think that was such a profound moment for me. When i was praying and it just felt the lord nudging meet to to think differently about kind of my the heaviness the weight of that like it's all on me to me and this beautiful invitation to remember that ultimately they belong to their heavenly father so i began praying your sons lord. I pray for this specific thing in your son. Brennan at pray for this specific thing in your son cal. I guess you have entrusted them to me. But i am not doing this on my own ultimately. You are good father. You are their sovereign god and so it's like it's such a it's a. It's a like a mind shift. If that's the right way to say it where where we go. Okay i get to partner with god in the work he wants to do in. My kids lives but that pressure to play. God's role in their lives is off. It was never mind to begin with. But i think a lot of us mama's we take on all of these things all of these responsibilities and pressures that ultimately Belong to god the father. God the son and got the holy spirit but we try to kinda play that role or we think we have to play that role and and it just weighs us down and begins to steal all of the the adventure in the joy and all these other beautiful things that the lord wants to s to experience as we learn to trust him with the kids. He's entrusted to us. Yes it's so it's it's very freeing to be honest with you and and hard right now. Hard right like sometimes. It's hard to to have that Perspective because i want to be able to do things. Change things or fix things that i can't do or fix or change and so then i realized that the pride issue for me. Because that's me saying lord. I know better than you right. I don't understand why you're allowing it to continue to happen in my son's heart. But i want to be able to fix it so odd like this. This idea that you are sovereign in this will happen in. Your timing is frustrating to me but then it also reveals this pride that i think i know better than i don't I don't understand the ways of the lord and how his timing is ultimately the best thing for my son but it just sometimes it doesn't feel that way or look that way right so we want to be.

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What Is the Lord Trying to Tell You?

The Call with Nancy Sabato

01:58 min | 1 year ago

What Is the Lord Trying to Tell You?

"I have jeannie napoli. And she is a writer author of klug on the head. How the holy spirit got our attention. It's a collection of twelve authors. That share their stories of interaction with the holy spirit. And jesus says that the lord wants us to be happy and enjoy the lives he has given us. He wants us to trust that. He has a plan for each of us and ask us to trust that plan. How how do we miss. Gaas attempt to communicate to us for many of us myself included. There are those god moments and because we are all running to soccer practice and getting kids to clarinet lessons and things like that we become human doings instead of human beings. We don't take that time to put into our schedules to reflect to pray to journal. It might be. I think a lot of people when they roll over in bed they pick up their phones and look at the weather and get ready for the next day. They don't intentionally spend that time either reflecting on their lives asking themselves. What is the lord trying to tell me. There is just too much business in our lives that we don't take that time for reflection. So why are people so dismissive. Of god's speaking in their lives like if they're hear them if they hear god speaking and they're like i don't know that's really god speaking you know. Do you think it's because god's trying to get our attention. I think and i've had a couple of interludes like that where the holy spirit was trying to tell me something and i didn't want to hear it unless i was at the point in my life unless the holy spirit list. God was telling me something that fit into my plans. Something that i wanted to hear. I just was not interested in listening any further.

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Jeannie Mai Marries Jeezy in Backyard Wedding Ceremony

The Breakfast Club

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Jeannie Mai Marries Jeezy in Backyard Wedding Ceremony

"Narrating in dc and jeannie. Mike got married in a private ceremony at their house in atlanta and this is not a joke either. They actually had an extensive profile in vogue magazine. It was a small ceremony and friends and family did attend. Originally they were planning to get married in the south of france or lake cuomo but of the pandemic. They just did it at. The house looked really beautiful. Though jesus jeannie mai i can't wait till you have kids have a little girl and her. Genie call her young gene growing up. Amazing

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Chip Bell Talks About Your Customer's Imagination

Crack the Customer Code

02:12 min | 1 year ago

Chip Bell Talks About Your Customer's Imagination

"Hey there chip and welcome back to correct the customer code. We're thrilled that you're here with us today. It's my honor jeannie. Kate way this going to be so much fun. We're so happy to have you back or bring it back to the customer code. And here's what i wanna know. Why do you refer to customer service as value unique service. Because we're all sort of used to this idea of value added but yeah about value unique. Yeah okay good. That's a great place to start adam. everybody knows you know from time. Immemorial is supposed to exceed the customers expectations. And most people do. Most organizations have broach that by what i call value added. That is take what customers expect and add more now. What do you think's gonna happen to the customer's expectation was when you add more. I probably a good chance to go up. And you keep adding you keypad and pretty soon. You're going to run out of room So there's one challenge of so. Linear thinking linear a great customer of ours. Upgrade you to the fancy floor at the hotel. i'll probably sell that rhyme. If i'm running a hotel and so it has some challenges generous good thing. Nothing wrong with it does have some limitations. Value neak on the other hand is taking the customers experience to a place. They didn't anticipate it's kind of the element of surprise and so my belief is that while there's a limit to generosity. There's no limit to ingenuity. And that is creating unique and unusual and innovative ways to serve the customer so that unique at the other side of a unique is in order to create that kind of ingenious innovative experience for the customer. You tend to create a story. Customers can't wait to tell and we all know. The pinnacle of customer loyalty is not a recommendation with a hat. Tip to my good friend. Fred reichheld it stories. You know when customers say well. I'd recommend acne and that's different than what it when they hear. You say you're not going to believe what happened to me and they tell you this great story and so it's more likely that they unique will create that story that creates a likelihood that they turn a prospects into

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Kim Janey Sworn In As Boston’s 55th Mayor In Historic City Hall Ceremony

VB in the Middle

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Kim Janey Sworn In As Boston’s 55th Mayor In Historic City Hall Ceremony

"Swearing in ceremony at Boston City Hall for the city's first woman and black mayor of Boston. WBC's James RoHaas was at City Hall. Before the big swearing in. Not only is Kim Jeannie making history, but she's being joined by some other local trail Blazers Chief Justice Kimberly Bud administering the oath of office. She is the first black woman to lead the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court presiding over the ceremony. Congresswoman I Ana Presley, the city's first black woman on the city Council. Families,

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