18 Burst results for "Jerusalem City"

"jerusalem city" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:57 min | 3 months ago

"jerusalem city" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Davis I am so sorry for what happened to you And I pray for you and I don't know what goes on at Ferguson but here in Jefferson City Missouri we love our black and white We get a long together my son has the sweetest teacher miss Allen colored nice black lady here in Jerusalem city She's used to teach at Saint Peter's I mean I wish everybody could just get along mister Davis if I wish you I would move out of California We have a wonderful Republican governor He supports our police He said I'll never defund them And we are happy to have a good Republican governor and I guess I'm sorry I'm telling you what I am now But we are part of the police We need our police We need safety they're letting all these immigrants come in I mean this country Well not every person who comes here illegally breaks other laws besides their immigration laws but we will put you down Sharon as undecided Okay Alex and Myrtle Beach South Carolina good evening Alex Or put another way hello Alex in Myrtle Beach South Carolina I guess we have no Alex Today in Pittsburgh high All right the Marvin and Akron Ohio will keep trying here Hello Marvin Hello mister Mohan And how are you doing sir Fine Thank you Good And hello officer Matthew Davis Hey it's our first time caller long time listener on your show As an African American male I would say that the writer continues to be toned down on both sides and I'm sure off the Matthew can assess this I myself getting ready to go to the police academy as a deputy sheriff I know and he can I'm sure a testament I was not based on one's color crimes based on one's attitude Crimes based on one's upbringing and crime is based on one's outlook And it's just really unfortunate that the writer was pushed on both sides like we said starting back in Ferguson and when Trump came into office So I don't know I'm curious Marvin about what rhetoric on the other side you're talking about the other side must have been saying obey the law enforce the law I'm not sure I mean it sounds nice to refer to rhetoric on both sides but honestly I don't recall any rhetoric saying that cops have a license to do what they want or anything of that nature frankly the only excess rhetoric I hear is on one side not the other I'm just curious which rhetoric you're referring to Well I guess I guess what I'm saying is I agree with you how hardly but just if you listen to other outlets and they were supposed to black lives is because of Black Lives Matter that's causing it Well let's make no mistake about it Black lives matters is an organization so it's an outspoken Marxist organization number one And number two you will never hear word one From the primary source of the deaths of young black males in this country and that is crime gangs and like you will never hear one word from them about the massive toll taken week after week in cities like Chicago not one word but you find one example of a police officer somewhere that they think they can fundraise off of and they'll go after it So I mean you can count me among those who considers Black Lives Matter to be frankly a very hypocritical group Marvin And then you know that might be correct Let's hand it I guess what I'm saying at the same time is we have to look at it all the way around If we're being spoken on both sides and you say at this more on the left and the left needs to tone it down And then we have to look at I think if you look at the person's overall look and then that's also Matthew you can say when he comes up on a call you don't know who the first is so they look like or what you're going to get But what you're going to encounter is that person's overall personality and attitude And it's all comes down to in my opinion love and respect for our fellow men and just doing the right thing And they'll be in the law Fair enough Let's let our guest respond Yeah Marvin I did agree with you on that last part And I just want to say congratulations to yourself And keep your head up and work hard and I would say that if you heard that guest earlier from Texas to keep in mind keep your faith and family at the very top of the list and your career behind that and have a good time have fun The police academy it's a lot of fun and then you're going to make a lot of friends and a lot of memories Absolutely Good luck to you Marvin Alex and Myrtle Beach South Carolina now Hello Alex Thank you for calling that drop Thank you for hanging with me again Sure Quickly your producer calls for a great job Yes Kathy says Kathy's top notch Yes she is And my call is one I really it's like I don't want to make it because the last one is going national for national radio and say we're about to say in that about three or four months ago I started going to therapy and for personal issues or not And I don't want to do this However I love your show as listen to it tonight And I'm not joking This morning going to my therapist And I spoke about the issues with police and that how they basically what's going on with the police situation I'm curious how issues with the police affect you directly Alex are you a former officer or a current officer Sir I'm not.

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"jerusalem city" Discussed on Unorthodox

Unorthodox

07:54 min | 6 months ago

"jerusalem city" Discussed on Unorthodox

"AJ crew it's Stephanie but Nick, we are off this week for Thanksgiving, but our friends at Israel's story are putting out some amazing episodes and we wanted to share one of them with you. This one appropriately is called pegging out. Hope you enjoy. A few years ago, LIDAR sapir, Azul archeologist from Tel Aviv university. Got a call from two of her colleagues. Jose, in hotel halaf. They were in the middle of a dig in Jerusalem city of David, an had just made an unusual find. I think the send me a picture and I said, okay, this small animal is a pig. So excavated carefully and we want to see exactly how it was positioned when it died and what happened to it and don't just take out the bones. Following her instructions, they carefully unearthed a complete skeleton of a young piglet. Who 2700 years ago was in the wrong place. At the wrong time. The Finn fell on it, and it was cut between the vessels on the floor. Do you happen to have that pig here? Yeah, I have it too. Can I see? Yes, sure. Um. But if this car. Yeah, that's the skull. So this is the pig. Yeah, that's the it's divided here to box. It box has different part of the body. This is the box with the skull. You can see it's very, very it's a very small. This summer, when the discovery was published, the piglet became something of a media sensation, a piglet that was found, the discovery of the skeleton of a piglet in a first temple period home in Jerusalem. So what's the big deal you ask? Why all the headlines? Well, this 8th century BC pig was proof of what LIDAR has been saying all along that pork was consumed in Iron Age Jerusalem. Now we all know that the Torah explicitly says Jews shouldn't eat pork. You shall not eat any detestable thing. In fact, it says it twice. And this one. Once in leviticus, though he divide the hoof and the other time in deuteronomy, so the swine is unclean for you. For centuries that biblical prohibition baffled scholars. After all, wild wars are abundant in the land of Israel. In pigs were domesticated here about 10,000 years ago. So why would the Torah ask us not to eat them? Because it has cloven hooves yet does not chew the cud. I mean, in the past, unlike today, you didn't just go to the supermarket and decide whether you were in the mood for beef or chicken. You basically ate what you could hunt or raise. And for millennia upon millennia, that included pigs. Yes, while Bo was always hunted to, it was always eaten while ball was just about of the diet. It was available everywhere. And after it was domesticated, they raised its near the house and ate it. So why on earth did a group of people, people we'd ultimately come to call Jews decide that they were going to take a perfectly good source of nutrition and stop eating it? Researchers from many different disciplines. Anthropology, sociology, history, folklore and mythology, even medicine, have weighed in and offered up all kinds of theories as to why pigs became taboo. But despite all those theories, it remained a mystery. And then, in the 90s, it seemed as if archeology solve the puzzle. The data basically showed that size that we identified early Israelites did not eat any pork. There were no pig bones in the archeological assemblages in them. And sites that we identified as a Philistines did have a larger amount of pigs. So the idea was that early as well, it did not eat big Philistines egg peg. So probably added decision not to it. Pigs anymore was based on self identity decision saying we are not like them. They eat pigs. But we do not. It's an ethnical marker. The Philistines were outsiders who started arriving in the 12th century BC, probably from the Aegean islands or the Turkish coast. And when they came, they brought over their culinary traditions in which pork was apparently. The main ingredient. So for the early Israelites to abstain from pork, it was the local people way of saying, this is what defines us apart from the new population. And that made a lot of sense. I mean, it's not for nothing that we say that you are what you eat. We sat in many cultures, even defining yourself as a vegetarian and over again. It's not only defining what you eat, but it also defined your ideology. Your perception of the world, your symbolic world, who you are, how do you defer from other people? I mean, it's all set of values that comes with this. So it appeared as if the question had been resolved. The reason many Jews today in the 21st century don't order a side of bacon is because more than 3000 years ago, our ancestors wanted to differentiate themselves from the philistine newcomers. That was the origin of the pig prohibition. Case closed. Except it wasn't really. Well, looking back, there were there were some faults in the data. In 2013, lidao, then a young postdoctoral fellow decided to review all the data once again and assign clearer dates to the various different bone assemblages. And what did you do start to discover? I started to discover that the patterns of pork consumption avoidance are very complex. The model you have, you see that people behavior is a complex behavior don't work according to what you expect them to work. In other words, it wasn't the clear picture of Philistines munching away on pork chops and disgusted early Israelites, deciding to eschew the animal altogether. Rather thou found. There were periods when no one ate much pork or when everyone ate some pork, or periods in which pork was eaten mainly in rural areas or mainly in urban centers, or in the northern kingdom, but not in Judea, and so on and so forth. So it wasn't an identity issue if you eat or not. There was some reason for people not to eat it. It was economic opportunities. Pigs, according to LIDAR, might have become less appealing at various different periods for all kinds of reasons. They can't be herded, they don't plow fields, they don't produce milk or wool. They can go on the field and eat all of the potatoes and everything that you had there. But still, it seems that even if pigs weren't a main staple, it wasn't completely avoided. LIDAR's research showed that even in Jerusalem, right next to the holy temple, and at the time of Isaiah and Amos. People kept an 8 pigs in every house in the U.S. alone from that period. They had wanted 2% pigments in every house. There was no place that there was completely pocket audience. But when you find a completely in the house, it was bigger and they.

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"jerusalem city" Discussed on The Tel Aviv Review

The Tel Aviv Review

05:53 min | 9 months ago

"jerusalem city" Discussed on The Tel Aviv Review

"Am not helping dahlia shenlin. Every week we bring you conversations with author's books and research and other things that we find fascinating. And if you like us please consider becoming patron supporter. They're going to a homepage. that's still want him slash tel aviv. Review scroll down to the bottom and click. The big red button says patriots clicked and support us. Because we are counting on you. Dr laura wharton is a member of jerusalem city council as representative of merits. She's also an adjunct lecturer. The department of political science at the hebrew university. She did her. B a in government at harvard impeached. Phd at hebrew university. Where she's been teaching courses in recent years on religion state relations laura's doctoral degrees in political science and she won the prime minister's award in memory of prime minister libya skull for her research Today we'll be discussing her book. Is the party over how israel lost. Its social agenda published in two thousand nineteen by the levee school foundation and we're very happy to welcome to the show. Thank you laura. I want to start with a sort of big broad question if you were to extend this book to the present because it kind of goes up to nineteen seventies. Does labor have social agenda today. What's the main arc of the labour party's platform in terms of social issues compared to its earliest years It does address social issues. it has fraud. It's its history. But i think a lot of things have fallen by the wayside because it's been come embroiled in all kinds of other debates and i don't think it's getting the attention that it should And i think one of the reasons is it as a party. Kind of falling apart it Very nearly ceased to exist before the last elections. I'm thrilled that of my family. Manage to save it But i think it's a problem when you don't have a party it's hard to present a you know. Complicated worldview or really any sort of an ideological platform. And that's what i see Having happened what was the big change over time Well i think the big Blow of course The easy thing to talk about would be seventy seven when the labor party was thrown out of government but. I think it's a little more than that. I think I'd push back earlier to the What became a national obsession in sixty seven which was dealing with the territories and afterwards the war. That's where i thought you were going to start yeah Oh i think that was the the beginning of the end because i think the whole political arena and israel has kind of become warped out of shape since then because people tend to vote only on issues of borders and not about you know social expenditures or anything else or any other priority And i think that was most dangerous been bad for the show parts for the labor party which had been you know the major leader of a social event agenda on television. But it wasn't really different before because even before nine hundred seventy s when labor were in power the had bigger fish to fry it had. Actually you know real security issues to look after state-building of course you know the whole issues of welfare unemployment housing et cetera. Wasn't it relegated to You know the backseat. No actually not Also they didn't always deal with it In public it was always being discussed. A huge emphasis was put on things like public housing golden my ear herself when she was prime minister. Lead the discussions of the Of this special committee that was formed in nineteen seventy one for use Youth at risk and so forth and A lot of the government ministers dealt with those issues also the education. There's a huge amount of money spent and a lot of resources in whole discussions. I mean there are active Committees of the party that all these things Also they when they were discussing the budget they talked about the effects of subsidies on different populations. They talked about Their priorities On a social level. I don't think that happens in really virtually any party today and That i think has had an effect on on how the whole social the whole political arena looks. Those things are barely discussed. So i just wanna clarify though. Is this deficit In terms of dealing with social policy and social issues in general in israel. i mean. Your book is much more about the labor party and its forerunners but would you say this is a society wide problem at present. And that's why you were trying to kind of examine an excavate this issue and see how we got here. Well i think it's a Deficit in the political arena. And it's very interesting to look at polls that have been done even In the last couple of years and most israelis from all different Parts of society want a larger proportion of the budget to be spent on health. I've on Well I know you do say you can see. And i'm sure you know better than i. How large the numbers are but these are things that people want and politicians prefer to deal with things that you know will Get the more attention faster so It's not as if these things don't exist but the parties aren't dealing with them because they are very much concerned with what's you know the next sound bite or You know what's going to get them A lot of attention were Will make them stick out more than than their competitors going back to the labor party of your One of the.

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"jerusalem city" Discussed on Israel Daily News Podcast

Israel Daily News Podcast

07:12 min | 11 months ago

"jerusalem city" Discussed on Israel Daily News Podcast

"Is just one year away from having deadly nuclear weapons wednesday. Iran's outgoing president hassan rouhani said the country could enrich uranium up to ninety percent purity if its nuclear reactors needed it. Con- tv in israel says the idea is asking for billions of chuckles to strengthen their capabilities ongoing excavations in jerusalem city of david national park revealed evidence that potentially contradicts the biblical accounts of the five eighty six bc. E- destruction of jerusalem archeologist discovered an intact section of the eastern city wall disputing the biblical account that babylonian forces quote unquote chore down the walls of jerusalem on every side according to the israel antiquities authority. Excavation co director. Dr josie yell. The wall provided fortification and was constructed in the late eighth century while some archaeologists previously relied on the biblical accounts. That the babylonians completely destroyed every last inch of the walls. The new evidence suggests they might have been taking things a little bit too literally new insights on life in ancient jerusalem. Our shorts come to light as the jerusalem research center and the israel antiquities authority. Continue this excavation. Many are commenting that. This discovery is exciting as we inch closer toward the mournful day of tissue above which will begin saturday night and go into sunday night. The day commemorates the destruction of the holy temple. It includes fasting and not engaging in fun or luxurious activities. And by the way tissue of means the ninth of. And that's coming in just a few days as i said today is the six of and the idea is to commemorate the destruction of the holy temple. It is an important day. And many destructive terrible things have actually happened fallen out on this day over and over again out history. Very fascinating now. This story that we have here is connected to the previous one. A hamas spokesperson says israel's announcement of the discovery of the ancient city wall during an archaeological excavation. An attempt to quote falsify history and distort the facts the spokesman alleges the discovery was forged by israel to strengthen jewish claim to the city and destroy the arab islamic identity of jerusalem. He also suggested. The normalization agreement between israel and four other arab countries provided legitimacy and an international cover for israel to rewrite history palestinian authority. Prime minister mohammad style has since called on the u n to investigate israeli excavations beneath the alexa mask. Now i just wanna make sure that all of my listeners understands this. Judaism free dates islam and christianity by thousands of years. Jews were the first to pick up a monotheistic religion. Meaning the first to stop idol worship the first to believe that one god is the only god and so to say that this is a rewrite of history is pretty wild because the documentation and the evidence that the jews have that they lived in the city of jerusalem. Long before any other people's is quite clear and present if you are getting caught up on your israel. Daily news sent over a monthly contribution at anchor dot. Fm slash daily news slash support subscribers will get a handwritten. Thank you note. Ends a little poem. That i come with myself to let you know how thrilled vr to have your support. Thank you for your interest in being up to date on israeli affairs. Israeli politics are world politics. We have one central link in the show notes which you can click on and it will take you to the page where you too can make a contribution and feel good knowing that you are supporting independent journalism. You can also support us by leaving us a review on apple podcasts. To you can share the show with a friend and three. You can follow us on social media. Israel daily news as well as shanna fold. My name has two ends in it. And i'm very sensitive about that. An israeli biotech company called red dress has produced a product for the treatment of non healing wounds like burns diabetic foot ulcers. There are an estimated. Four hundred sixty three million diabetics worldwide and many suffer from chronic non healing foot. Also rations that frequently lead to amputation end death. The new treatment is being called active graft and works by tricking. The body's clotting system into thinking that the wound is fresh and therefore curable diabetic foot. Alzheimer's occur slowly over time and make them unrecognizable to the natural clotting process. The anti-graft comes in a bedside kit with to test tubes for the patient's blood where it gets mixed with chemicals to form an active clot that is placed directly on top of the wound so that the body thinks that it's a fresh one and can be cured. The israeli father son team of dr e kushner and his son alone. Say we solve a problem that cannot be solved by any other technology and we can teach the procedure to the healthcare provider via zoom in twenty minutes. The product is making waves throughout the medical community around the world with testimonials by so many specialists. And we're proud that it all began right here. In this little tiny country of israel it takes jennifer four to five days to finish a painting. But that doesn't mean she makes them for four to five days consecutively. This parisian turned israeli. Says she was reborn as an artist when she moves to tel aviv and often she starts a piece and comes back for it months later for her. The canvas doesn't grows stale. Its potential just multiplies. I'm yeah uses her hands and fingers with acrylic and sometimes oil often mixed media like newspaper and leaf gold to make up her paintings which never fail to dazzle with bright bold colors. Her works include animal phases coming alive amid sin explosion of color paintings of photos that she's taken herself of vietnamese among women in ricefields japanese women. She's only ever imagined and people having a sexual and intimate dance like embrace though. The painting seem polished and professional. Y'all just had her first exhibition this week.

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"jerusalem city" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"jerusalem city" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And Palestinians in Jerusalem in the run up to the latest conflict also drew condemnation from the progressive left in the U. S. Because your situation is much more complicated and Laura Water is an Israeli American professor of political science at the Hebrew University on a Jerusalem city councilor for the left wing Moretz party. She's been watching his events here. A compared to the reckoning over racial justice in the U. S. I would say that a lot of American, especially American Jews and American Jewish left Saw the police, you know, beating up Palestinians and saw the riots and so forth and saw George Floyd, which is justified in any way because it's similar. The thing is that there are also fundamental differences. It's more complicated because we're at war mugs. Al, the chairman of Republicans overseas, loved President Trump's unapologetic pro Israel stance. He doesn't like the new tone from Washington for a settlement concern. I'm one of them. I am I live into cola, which is the birthplace of the Prophet Amos. I'm just south here just south of Beth Limp. No, we're like the Native Americans coming home. That's really with where the indigenous people the Arabs are late comers. No support for Israel's right to exist and defend itself is a cornerstone of U. S foreign policy. The pro Israel bipartisan consensus of the past is shifting rapidly. Reflected by the range of views among Americans living here. Nor trillion reporting there from Israel. You're listening to Muzak from the BBC World Service to stay with us. We've got more to come in the second half of the program..

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"jerusalem city" Discussed on Romeo Siaw-Mensah Podcast

Romeo Siaw-Mensah Podcast

07:35 min | 1 year ago

"jerusalem city" Discussed on Romeo Siaw-Mensah Podcast

"Passing through dow wrote in those indoors was very risky now whereas bubble so that there were a lot of danger on the so that mom came down from jerusalem to jericho also geographically bus spiritually split drastically because of this line is jerusalem represent a place where there's a presence of god covering no code a city of god. Let's a church so somebody who was a member of which the senate to go down to the world so the grace and the glory run him or hate life. I see this other to go down. She lost all those and that's why he became a target for somebody to attack. So are you decide to slight. You are monday. I in this person's life in you because now what am. I supposed to copa in jerusalem city carpet and protected by big wall immediately. You live jerusalem out of and you come out of their kids. Your life is indigent and so many people slash intensive because many of our friends that we used to be with this this check. Some of them have. Boxed slighted the move from jerusalem. Non found themselves in jerry so that conference that divide protection the glory. The blesses the sometimes. We don't want you your. I'm going but what you don't know that they're covering that to moving arts. It's like marriage immediately. Turn your backs at have been besmirched. The offering of of your life is removed. So you walk in data calling for your former boyfriend or waiting for your former girlfriend you because there is a divide offering of the agreement you signed with your wife that is why one you liberty. You'd like jerusalem when you move out of that system you sit up immediately because jerusalem is update and jericho is down here. It is for you to look at the ad that of course you sit from above you can see his true and how we could use an attack by what the system. You couldn't see because there was laugh. Divan put there was great glory. Hallelujah so the bob had ozzie went down from jerusalem. Move out of the plan touching body watches but who pass like you said you're li- become destroying it in. It will come to judge today. We want you go back to sin offering is removed from jerusalem to jericho babbel's fat monte fast risk that you come up immediately you move out of those gates around every tuesday when you move out already that i want to find the word you come into the city to come in st. I'm anti. Pf what better to do remember. Don't remember already growl. Now for how i been at 'cause yes but at the time come across one touch you find it difficult but my you get offended live plus immediately. Don't say at commerce to steal to kill the destroy so anytime you meet this. You must know that your life is deemed and are always looking for opportunity to strike. Everybody's afraid to work nights mid chief somewhere hallelujah. So he left him and immediately among monkeys were stripped him of his remnant. Fast to that all your righteousness is removed from you because when you in check to the proposed but not like still go to every rat nets. Government has to be removed so that we can. We can begin to your choice. You can't so have to remove that garments of holiness ratchet snus because that is a nice. That's how you become symphorien for used to be afraid of women because we're chris but admitted that us for us that you're feeling has come so the choice government to not prevent yourself not have sex opposite. Sentiment is removed. Sega's moves will become nicot so don't follow righteousness anymore. You don't believe it anymore. But that's twenty five men who you don't care because we're looking for money your righteousness comment has been moved. The settlers looking for you and there are people's whose righteousness government moved. That's what it means that because at the time. Talk about in-in okay. Because the government is not coming hallelujah. And what they're doing with the government wouldn't that the wounded him and departed. Live him half date just as will listen. Young men sit.

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"jerusalem city" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"jerusalem city" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Delays as well eastbound on the Mass pike or just, you know, expect them. It's just heavy volume there from West Newton to Newton Corner. Laurie granted WBC's traffic on the three. Let's take a look at the four day WBZ AC You weather forecast. We've got our challenges set out for us this week, Here's meteorologist Brian Thompson. Jeff or we've handsome clowns around this morning. No sorry. It's a little more sunshine now, but we will see more clowns developing heading into the afternoon near the coast. Temperatures could be pretty much just steady near 60 through much of the day, but areas farther inland especially to get west to 1 28. We'll get up in the mid sixties this afternoon tonight mostly cloudy with occasional rain. We'll see a low tonight down to about 49 degrees. Little bit of rain into the morning hours tomorrow, otherwise remaining mostly cloudy and cool high of 54 Wednesday mostly cloudy with periods of rain and perhaps the thunderstorm in spots. Wednesday's high 58 And then for Thursday, turning out mostly sunny obeah priest and somewhat milder afternoon high up to 63 I thank you with meteorologist Brian Thompson WBZ Boston's Does radio. It is 61 here in Boston. Good morning. It's 8 55. Time is running out quickly for Israel's prime minister to form a new government. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu faces a Tuesday deadline to form a new government. But it's an uphill climb. Netanyahu has been weakened by a corruption trial. And has failed to form a stable coalition after four elections in the past two years. Now weary Israeli public is bracing for the possibility of 1/5 election. Robert Burgers, CBS NEWS Jerusalem City of Rochester, New Hampshire, is naming its community center after James Wright Foley, the man kidnapped and beheaded by Isis militants Seven years ago. City Council votes to rename the building The James W. Foley Memorial Community Center in honor of Names who grew up in the area. A tribute will be live streamed tomorrow afternoon, The public garden in Boston spreads its wings and celebration of spring. It's getting to be that time of year again, the weather starting to turn flowers and plants and always starting to look green, which in Boston means this one votes will soon grace the public art this Saturday. In fact, and you know who will be on hand to catch a ride. Mayor Jane He's gonna join us so she will be on the first boat has been a tradition for awhile, premieres to take the trip around the pond opening.

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In NYC, marking 50th anniversary of Pride, no matter what

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 2 years ago

In NYC, marking 50th anniversary of Pride, no matter what

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"jerusalem city" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

03:24 min | 2 years ago

"jerusalem city" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"PM eastern time sorry which is very very busy day again people to check out Amy Klobuchar out and by the way kudos to anybody who goes up there and put themselves out there and that's it any of them seriously even the communist anyway they are bad a look any closures already back inviting with hearing people to judges also here's what's going on in case you don't know they have made a calculated decision that Bernie Sanders will destroy the Democratic Party if he gets in the general election there's something called a down ballot what's the down ballot it's all the house the Senate the state Senate state house all kinds of stuff and here's what you got from Bernie Sanders out there I'm in Florida's twenty nine electoral votes and Florida is one big time by Democrats in Dade and Broward county southeast Florida you know what that is Jews and Hispanics a lot of Cuba a lot of Jewish people in the past week he has kissed the royal behind a Fidel Castro while ripping Israel and Benjamin Netanyahu as a racist really the leader of Israel over the last god knows how many years in a country where it is well known that blacks that white Asians Muslims Jews Christians gays lesbians every gender any did not every domination work live and play together it's true I know what you hear in the media about you know war and all that I go there the first time I ever win that was where the what one of one of the all talking about I'm in the I'm in the Jerusalem city and Muslims and Jews we are talking having lunch together talking about their businesses women hold on a second here what am I missing other countries you can't be gay they'll stone you to death yeah Bernie Sanders defends Castro really because a literacy Castro was one of the biggest dark bags that have ever lived on this earth but he's no eleven million people dead Hitler type he's left Cuba in the nineteen fifties they planted all the wealth the cashier was a well known to be worth billions of dollars god knows where they are and they wear fatigues to show you that baby the poor but then all and the Cuban people that I know are beside themselves they have an anti cancer and anti you Sanders parade in Miami in Tampa pro trump parades now rust belt yeah let's shut down fracking and get rid of the oil sure you know they were talking about the Republicans losing Texas a few months ago yeah that's going to happen Pennsylvania really.

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"jerusalem city" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

08:53 min | 2 years ago

"jerusalem city" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Two thirty eight PM eastern time sorry which is very very busy day again people to check out Amy clover trail and by the way kudos to anybody who goes up there and put themselves out there and that's it any of them seriously even the communist anyway they are a look any closures already back inviting with hearing people to judges all some here's what's going on in case you don't know they have made a calculated decision that Bernie Sanders will destroy the Democratic Party if he gets in the general election there's something called a down ballot what's the down ballot it's all the house Senate state Senate state house all kinds of stuff and here's what you got from Bernie Sanders out there I'm in Florida's twenty nine electoral votes and Florida is one big time by Democrats in Dade and Broward county southeast Florida you know what that is Jews and Hispanics a lot of Cuba a lot of Jewish people in the past week he has kissed the royal behind a Fidel Castro while ripping Israel and Benjamin Netanyahu as a race really the leader of Israel over the last god knows how many years in a country where it is well known that blacks that white Asian martial Jews Christians gays lesbians every gender any did not every domination work live and play together that's true I know what you hear in the media about you know war and all that goes there the first time I ever went there was women what one of one of the all talking about I'm in the I'm in the Jerusalem city and Muslims and Jews we are talking having lunch together talking about their businesses Mike women hold on a second here what am I missing other countries you can't beat Gayville stone you to death yeah Bernie Sanders defends Castro really because a literacy Castro was one of the biggest dark bags that have ever lived on this earth but he's still eleven million people dead Hitler type he's left Cuba in the nineteen fifties they planted all the wealth the cashier was a well known to be worth billions of dollars god knows where they are and they wear fatigues to show you that baby the poor but then all and the Cuban people that I know are beside themselves they have an anti cancer and anti you Sanders parades in Miami in Tampa pro trump parades now rust belt yeah let's shut down fracking and get rid of the oil sure you know they were talking about the Republicans losing Texas a few months ago yeah that's going to happen Pennsylvania really god Pennsylvania was one of those close statement but I told you Pennsylvania Wisconsin Michigan and Florida seventy five electoral votes that's what won it for trump at a twenty three million votes he only won by a hundred ninety thousand in Michigan trump won by eleven thousand Simpson could carry squats and I don't pull any punches in the man's a communist socialist not a Marxist every one of his proposals a communistic economically but I don't use the word communist instruct them about town we're talking economically and he uses the same language they all use many years ago shoppers and Maduro and the rest the same con the same B. S. and Nancy Pelosi is the speaker of the house and I got news for you she does not want to hear speaker of the house Kevin McCarthy after the November election she likes her pal so that's the story now there's one wildcard Bloomberg I've gotta believe Tomar super Tuesday if he doesn't have a great showing even though the Bloomsburg ians are saying he'll stay in I got I think he goes to and puts a crap load of money behind by that's all she called the fix is it doesn't matter the fix it doesn't matter fixes and fixes not in politics how it works it really does interesting very much plain sight right now and by the way what you're gonna see a Bernie Sanders will soon as try to soft sell all this bull crap you know soft selling is right I didn't really rob that bank anyway that's not on the politics the market wrap is brought you by investment this models dot com that is the great gym floor back one of the great market timers no grey areas with the man you're either in or out of the market its proprietary indicators go check it out investment dash models dot com so I got back up the truck here first on Friday throughout the day what I personally noticed was that the most important group this semi conductors were outperforming the whole day and even at the three forty five with the Dow down nine hundred points the semiconductor index was only down eight on top of that just noticed the nasdaq nasdaq one hundred and something called the X. L. K. it's an exchange traded fund for technology all went down to the two hundred day moving average the way down to the two hundred day moving average and reverse throughout the day so we made the call that we thought a low was put in we don't know if it's in the low we have no way of knowing if it's the low but we do know that we expected that central banks were going to do their thing and every time they have done nothing the a low one zero I got news for the market was getting trashed into Christmas of two thousand eighteen and Christmas Eve a leak the train just minutes from Powell raising rates in two thousand and nineteen to patients market bottom that day and never turned back seriously and really did not give you any time to do anything you had a body on the second third fourth day simple as that no we don't know if this time is different we don't know all we know that is on Friday we saw big gargantuan Vong reversals I'm told the nasdaq was a record day in volume if the forty nine hundred Dow points from the home in a matter of how long not very long kinda sorta unprecedented so I thought process by the way off of two thousand and eighteen we rallied up to two days sat for four days and we kept going so we'll see what happens this time they will get into today's action the second and then at three forty five on Friday cool and we don't know how to describe it they they they rally the Dow six hundred points in fifteen minutes that's all UP next where we are now and much more on Gary this is the one only investors that being a business owner or entrepreneur can feel lonely unless your friends have walked the same path I just don't understand your passion how many times have you been asked what are you gonna get a real job and when you finally do make it big all of a sudden the doubters tell you they always knew you would does this sound familiar you see this vine we understand the road because we're on the same path that's why we created the.

"jerusalem city" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

08:03 min | 2 years ago

"jerusalem city" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Eastern time sorry which is very very busy day again people to check out Amy Klobuchar out and by the way kudos to anybody who goes up there and put themselves out there and that's it any of them seriously even the communist anyway they are a look any closures already back inviting with hearing people to judges also here's what's going on in case you don't know they have made a calculated decision that Bernie Sanders will destroy the Democratic Party if he gets in the general election there's something called a down ballot what's the down ballot it's all the house the Senate the state Senate state house all kinds of stuff and here's what you got from Bernie Sanders out there I'm in Florida's twenty nine electoral votes and Florida is one big time by Democrats in Dade and Broward county southeast Florida you know what that is Jews and Hispanics a lot of Cuba a lot of Jewish people in the past week he is crystal oil behind a Fidel Castro while ripping Israel and Benjamin Netanyahu as a racist really the leader of Israel over the last god knows how many years in a country where it is well known that blacks that white Asians Muslims Jews Christians gays and lesbians every gender any did not every domination work live and play together it's true I know what you hear in the media about you know worn all that go there the first time I ever went there was women well one of one of the all talking about I'm in the I'm in the Jerusalem city and Muslims and Jews we are talking having lunch together talking about their businesses Mike women hold on a second here what am I missing other countries you can't be gay they'll stone you to death yeah Bernie Sanders defends Castro really because a literacy Castro was one of the biggest dark bags that have ever lived on this earth now he's little eleven million people dead Hitler type he's left Cuba in the nineteen fifties they planted all the wealth the cashier was a well known to be worth billions of dollars god knows where they are and they wear fatigues to show you that maybe the poor but then all and the Cuban people that I know are beside themselves they have an anti cancer and anti you Sanders parades in Miami in Tampa pro trump parades now what felt yeah let's shut down fracking and get rid of the oil sure you know they were talking about with the Republicans losing Texas a few months ago yeah that's going to happen Pennsylvania really god Pennsylvania was one of those close statement but I told you Pennsylvania Wisconsin Michigan and Florida seventy five electoral votes that's what won it for trump at a twenty three million votes he only won by a hundred ninety thousand in Michigan trump won by eleven thousand isn't gonna carry squawk and I don't pull any punches in the man's a communist socialist not a Marxist every one of his proposals are communistic economically but I don't use the word communist instruct them about how we're talking economically and he uses the same language they all use many years ago shoppers and Maduro and the rest the same con the same B. S. and Nancy Pelosi is the speaker of the house and I got news for you she does not want to hear speaker of the house Kevin McCarthy after the November election she likes her pal so that's the story now there's one wildcard Bloomberg I've gotta believe Tomar super Tuesday if he doesn't have a great showing even though the Bloomsburg ians are saying he'll stay in I got I think he goes to and puts a crap load of money behind by that's all I can call the fix is it doesn't matter the fix it doesn't matter fixes and fix not in politics how it works it really does interesting very much plain sight right now and by the way what you're gonna see a Bernie Sanders will sort of try to soft sell all this bull crap you know soft selling is right I didn't really rob that bank anyway that's not on the politics the market wrap is brought you by investment this models dot com that is the great gym floor back one of the great market timers no grey areas with the man you're either in or out of the market its proprietary indicators go check it out investment dash models dot com so I got back up the truck here first on Friday throughout the day what I personally noticed was that the most important group this semi conductors were outperforming the whole day and even at the three forty five with the Dow down nine hundred points the semiconductor index was only down eight on top of that just noticed the nasdaq nasdaq one hundred and something called the X. L. K. it's an exchange traded fund for technology all went down to the two hundred day moving average the way down to the two hundred day moving average and reverse throughout the day so we made the call that we thought the law was put in we don't know if it's in the low we have no way of knowing if it's the low but we do know that we expected that central banks were going to do their thing and every time they have done nothing the low ones V. lo I got news via the market was getting trashed into Christmas of two thousand eighteen and Christmas Eve a leak the train just minutes from Powell raising rates in two thousand and nineteen to patients market bottom that day and never turned back seriously and really did not give you any time to do anything you had a body on the second third fourth day simple as that but we don't know if this time is different we don't know all we know that is on Friday we saw big gargantuan von reversals on told the nasdaq was a record day in volume after forty nine hundred Dow points from the holy in a matter of how long not very long kinda sorta unprecedented so I thought process by the way off of two thousand and eighteen we rallied up to two days sat for four days and we kept going so we'll see what happens this time they will get into today's action the second and then at three forty five on Friday we don't know how to describe it they they rally the Dow six hundred points in fifteen minutes that's all UP next where we are now.

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"jerusalem city" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

05:45 min | 2 years ago

"jerusalem city" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"jerusalem city" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:59 min | 3 years ago

"jerusalem city" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Bible it's so incredible because you can touch these things you can touch the stone can touch the walls you can see the pottery pieces of pottery coins burned into the into the ground as a result of what the Romans had done I mean the evidence is overwhelming isn't that why there are forces in the world including in my country they don't want this archaeologists project it to move forward I mean when you read The New York Times the very upset that you might be damaging Palestinian homes explain to my audience perhaps this New York times reporter who noted that is listening what do you do when you're down there painstakingly taking because I saw on the tires steel infrastructure that has to be built to ensure that there is a damage above ground whether a person is in Rome Greece Jerusalem cities that have history going back thousands of years one of the challenges is how do you preserve the modern city what the same time and covering a history that significance to some billions of people around the world and what we've come up with in Jerusalem in the city of David in the excavation of the pilgrimage road is a way to preserve modern Jerusalem the neighborhood that exists within the city of David today what the same time making the archaeology which has significance to billions of people Jews Christians and others making it accessible to all those people to come and see for themselves and their foreign this excavation we've invested a tremendous amount of resources not specifically in the archaeology but in the engineering that allows the archaeology to take place and ensures that the homes above the excavation are preserved in stable and secure in this way there is the best of both worlds minor injuries from above and giving access to engine Jerusalem hello can you can you imagine purposely being ignorant about what's going on below the ground I mean I think to myself what was supposed to happen they go in there and they fix the pipe that's leaking they see a step or a set of stairs that may well have incredible historical significance religious experience you know what let's cover this up let's not do what any serious country conducted so that way no no an investor David Friedman had a good line he said week seem to know how to build subways under neighborhoods I think we can do an archaeological day as well I've got a lot more on this when we return isn't it fascinating history is fascinating to me was that once the director of international affairs city of David will be right back independence day is a time when Americans celebrate freedom and the spirit of innovation but some politicians are still.

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"jerusalem city" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"jerusalem city" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"In the world including in my country they don't want this archaeologists project it to move forward I mean when you read The New York Times the very upset that you might be damaging Palestinian homes when I tricks plane to my audience perhaps this New York times reporter who noted that is listening what do you do when you're down there painstakingly digging because I saw an entire steel infrastructure that has to be built to ensure that there is a damage above ground whether a person is in Rome Greece Jerusalem cities that have a history going back thousands of years one of the challenges is how do you preserve the modern city what the same time and covering a history that significance to some billions of people around the world and what we've come up with in Jerusalem in the city of David in the excavation of the pilgrimage road is a way to preserve modern Jerusalem the neighborhood that exist within the city of David today what the same time making the archaeology which has significance to billions of people Jews Christians and others making it accessible to all those people to come and see for themselves and their foreign this excavation we've invested a tremendous amount of resources not specifically in the archaeology but in the engineering that allows the archaeology to take place and ensures that the homes above the excavation are preserved in stable and secure in this way there is the best of both worlds modern Jerusalem above and giving access to ancient Jerusalem hello can you can you imagine purposely being ignorant about what's going on below the ground I mean I think to myself what was supposed to happen they go in there and they fix the pipe that's leaking they see a step or a set of stairs that may well have incredible historical significance religious experience you know what let's cover this up it's not do with any serious country conducted so that way no no an investor David Freeman had a good line he said week scene and I had to build subways under neighborhoods I think we can do an archaeological dig as well I've got a lot more on this when we return isn't it fascinating history is fascinating to me was that once the director.

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"jerusalem city" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"jerusalem city" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Eric Garcetti reaching out to Muslim sisters. First of all, say, I'm sorry for that I have caused frayed last days. I recently went to tricks in the Middle East Jerusalem cities, but also Ramada and Ted. And saw struggles in the West Bank, head of the Palestinian, people who wanna see. So therefore, you're, you're apologetic for supporting the move from Tel Aviv tourism, because you went to Ramallah, and you saw sorts of Palestinians that were complaining ten civil rights fully realize, I believe Jerusalem is a city that is a human Jews Muslims Christians face. Like all have as part of their own heritage and is might mean that those multiple face and the two people will be able to share that politically as well as religiously in the future. I do believe pro Israel and focused and I always have been an acknowledged that suffering that goes on, and we everybody not only a peaceful Ramadan, but that we will work for that piece of development of all people that is my wish that is my dream. And so are you sorry for supporting Trump's move of the US embassy from Tel Aviv, to Rusen them? Or you saw that tick people off, when you set it, I'm not clear at all. What this guy is saying, but he did use the S word. I am sorry for all of the. Consternation, that I've cost. But are you apologizing for supporting the move? Profiling courage. I'm Larry elder. You're listening to the Larry elder show. Stuck in traffic?.

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"jerusalem city" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

05:41 min | 3 years ago

"jerusalem city" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"And our call to greatness by Betsy Hartman, no relation. The this is from the introduction and times an endless war, according to opinion polls a staggering percentage of Americans accept that. The world will end in a battle in Armageddon and in two thousand ten pupil. Forty one percent of respondents said they expect Jesus Christ to return to the earth by twenty fifty two years later. A Reuters poll found that over one fifth of the American population. Believe the end of the world will happen in their lifetime. As a kid as compared to six percent in France seven percent in Belgium in April sent in Great Britain. Another reason Paul by the public religion research institute reported the forty nine percent of Americans think that natural disasters are a sign of the end times in the months before the purported December second twenty twelve Mayan apocalypse, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Nasa received so many inquiries from children and adults terrified that a rogue planet might crash into the earth. Or that the sun might explode that has set up a special web age to allay their fears the page received over four and a half million views on December twenty second. Nasa posted a video it made in advance. Why the world didn't end yesterday. Of all the intertwining reasons for Pakalitha, disposition reasons, I explore in this book, the one that stands out most starkly is our access. The acceptance of the necessity inevitabilities of war in the same two thousand ten pew study six out of ten Americans saw another World War as definite or probable by twenty fifty this. Expectation of war isn't surprising, given that Americans apocalyptic images and beliefs are derived mainly from Christianity, especially the book of revelation at the end of the New Testament, which above all is about the grotesque violence and crowning glories of war. The book of revelation is wartime literature, its author John is thought to have been deeply affected by the Roman armies attacks on Judea and siege. And sacking of Jerusalem in the year, seventy AD John himself was banished to the Greek island of Patmos by Roman rulers around ninety five in John's macabre vision of the end times a fourth of the earth is were wiped out a third. Of the trees green grass and sea creatures are extinguished and a third of the world's water is poisoned. There are terrible earthquakes. Fires and plagues. Four demons. Kill a third of all humankind, the horror Babylon a symbol of evil and carnal lost his assaulted by the seven headed ten horned beast, which strips are naked eats our flesh fleshing burns her with fire toward the end of the book of revelation. The savior with is like a flame of fire faithful and true rides out on a white horse to lead the armies of heaven in battle. He is quote clothed with the vestige, you're dripping in blood end, quote and on him are written the words quote king of kings. And Lord of lords end quote. He holds a sword in his mouth to smile the nation. So that he can preside over them with a rod of iron and the fierceness in wrath of almighty God in the final judgment the debtor brought back to life. But those judged to be centers by their deeds or thrown along with the devil and death of itself into the lake of fire burning with brimstone where they meet the second death of eternal suffering fortunate. Then are those who are judged worthy to live on in the new Jerusalem city with streets of gold gates of pearls and walls inlaid with gems. There is no need for the sun or moon since God, and the lamb or the light and from there thrown flows. The pure river of water of life clear as crystal the nourishes the trees the fruit of the fruits of the tree of life. This promise of a new Jerusalem for the elect and the cataclysmic violence against people in nature necessary to achieve that goal as made the book of revelation and ideological tool of conquest and empire from the crusades onwards. You don't have to be a crash Christian to be susceptible. To John's logic that the perfect end the new Jerusalem justifies, a bloody means despite the official separation of church and state religious axioms thread through the fabric of American political culture historian, Robert Bella coined, the term civil religion described the religious orientation that the great majority of Americans share that a higher authority guides human affairs that American history follows a providential path that Americans are special and exceptional a chosen people obliged to carry out. God's will or else suffer dire consequences are widely held to be self evident truths. So true. So too is the belief that war is divinely justified. The civil war marked a watershed in the evolution of our civil religion as a tasked to sized into a total war, the targeted civilian populations as well as soldiers estimates of the war deaths have recently been revised upwards to three quarters of a million, people leaders and. Clergy on both sides invoke divine authority to justify that slaughter quote. Many saw in the unprecedented. Destruction of lives and properties something mystical taking place, writes historian, Harry stout. What we might today. Call the birthing of a fully functional truly national American. Civil religion patriotism became a sacred duty as important as as adherence to attritional faith, maybe more. So civil war desk created a Republic of suffering in which sacrifice in the state became inextricably intertwined World War One brought about a major reaffirmation of the civil religion. The nation's turn away from isolationism to global intervention was accompanied by hyperbole about it starring role as world redeemer continuing war between good and evil around the globe. President Woodrow Wilson complained the world must.

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"jerusalem city" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

05:51 min | 3 years ago

"jerusalem city" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"The wild. Today is the Americas syndrome, apocalypse war and our call to greatness by Betsy Hartman, no relation. The this is from the introduction and times an endless war, according to opinion polls a staggering percentage of Americans accept that. The world will end in a battle in Armageddon in two thousand ten pupil. Forty one percent of respondents said they expect Jesus Christ to return to the earth by twenty fifty two years later. A Reuters poll found that over one fifth of the American population. Believe the end of the world will happen in their lifetime. As a as compared to six percent in France seven percent in Belgium in eight percent in Great Britain. Another reason Paul by the public religion research institute reported the forty nine percent of Americans think that natural disasters are a sign of the end times in the months before the purported December second twenty twelve Mayan apocalypse, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Nasa received so many inquiries from children and adults terrified that a rogue planet might crash into the earth or the. The sun might explode that it set up a special web age to allay their fears the page received over four and a half million views on December twenty second. Nasa posted a video it made advance. Why the world didn't end yesterday. Of all the intertwining reasons for our Pakalitha, disposition reasons, I in this book, the one that stands out most starkly as Rx accessed acceptance of the necessity entered inevitabilities of war in the same twenty ten pew study six out of ten Americans saw another World War as definite or probable by twenty fifty is expectation of war isn't surprising, given that Americans apocalyptic images and beliefs are derived mainly from Christianity, especially the book of revelation at the end of the New Testament, which above all is about the grotesque violence and crowning glories of war. The book of revelation is wartime literature, its author John is thought to have been deeply affected by the Roman armies attacks Judea, and it siege. And sacking of Jerusalem in the year, seventy AD John himself was banished to the Greek island of Pat, and I was by Roman rule is around ninety five in John's macabre vision of the end times a fourth of the earth is were wiped out a third. Of the trees green grass and sea creatures are extinguished and a third of the world water is poisoned. There are terrible earthquakes. Fires and plagues for demons. Kill a third of all humankind, the horror Babylon, a symbol of evil and carnal lust is assaulted by the seven headed ten Hornby which trips are naked eats our flesh and burns her with fire toward the end of the book revelation the savior with is like a flame of fire faithful and true rides out on a white horse to lead the armies of heaven in battle is quote clothed with the vestige you're dripping in blood end, quote and on him are written the words quote king of kings. And Lord of lords end, quote, he holds a sword in his mouth to smile the nation. So that he can preside over them with a rod of iron and the fierceness in wrath of almighty God in the final judgment the debtor brought back to life. But those judged to be centers by their deeds or thrown along with the devil death of itself into the lake of fire burning with brimstone where they meet the second death of. Attornal suffering fortunate than are those who are judged worthy to live on in the new Jerusalem city with streets of gold gates of pearls and walls inlaid with gems. There is no need for the sun or moon since God, and the lamb or the light and from there thrown flows. The pure river of water of life clear as crystal the nourishes the trees of the fruit of the fruits of the tree of life. This promise of a new Jerusalem for the elect and the cataclysmic violence against people in nature necessary to achieve that goal as made the book of revelation and ideological tool of conquest and empire. From the crusades on words, you don't have to be a crash Christian to be susceptible to John's logic that the perfect end the new Jerusalem justifies, a bloody means despite the official separation of church and state religious axioms thread through the fabric of American political culture historian, Robert Bella coined, the term civil religion described the religious orientation that the great majority of Americans share that a higher authority guides human affairs that American history follows a providential path that Americans are special and exceptional a chosen people obliged to carry out. God's will or else suffer dire consequences are widely held to be self evident truths. So true. So too is the belief that war is divinely justified. The civil war marked a watershed in the evolution of our civil religion as a matab task sized into a total war, the targeted civilian populations as well as soldiers estimates of the war deaths have recently been revised upwards to three quarters of a million people leaders and clergy on both sides invoke divine authority to justify that slaughter quote. Many saw in the unprecedented destruction of lives and property something mystical taking place, writes historian, Harry stout. What we might today. Call the birthing of a fully functional truly national American. Civil religion patriotism became a sacred duty as important as as adherence to a traditional faith, maybe more. So civil war desk created a Republic of suffering in which sacrifice in the state became inextricably intertwined. World War One brought about a major reaffirmation of the civil religion. The nation's turn away from isolationism to global intervention was accompanied by hyperbole about its starring role as world redeemer in a continuing war between good and evil around the globe. President Woodrow Wilson complained the world must be.

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"jerusalem city" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

05:26 min | 3 years ago

"jerusalem city" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Respondents said they expect Jesus Christ to return to the earth by twenty fifty two years later. Reuters poll found that over one fifth of the American population. Believe the end of the world will happen in their lifetime as a key. As compared to six percent in France seven percent in Belgium in eight percent in Great Britain. Another reason Paul by the public religion research institute reported the forty nine percent of Americans think that natural disasters are a sign of the end times in the months before the purported December second twenty twelve Mayan apocalypse, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Nasa received so many inquiries from children and adults terrified that a rogue planet might crash into the earth or that the sun might explode that has set up a special web age to allay their fears the page received over four and a half million views on December twenty second. Nasa posted a video it had made an advance why the world didn't end yesterday of all the intertwining reasons for Pakalitha, disposition reasons, I explore in this book. The one that stands out most starkly as our accessories. Acceptance of the necessity internet ability of war in the same two thousand ten pew study six out of ten Americans saw another World War as definite or probable by twenty fifty this expectation of war isn't surprising, given that Americans apocalyptic images and beliefs are derived mainly from Christianity, especially the book of revelation at the end of the New Testament, which above all is about the grotesque violence and crowning glories of war. The book of revelation is wartime literature, its author John thought to have been deeply affected by the Roman armies attacks on Judea and its siege. And sacking of Jerusalem in the year, seventy AD John himself was banished to the Greek island of Patmos by Roman rulers around ninety five in John's macabre vision of the end times a fourth of the earth is were wiped out a third of the trees green grass and sea creatures are extinguished and a third of the world's water is poisoned. There are terrible earthquakes fires and plagues for demons. Kill a third of all humankind, the horror Babylon, a symbol of evil and carnal lust is assaulted by the seven headed tin horn beast, we stripped naked eats flesh and burns her with fire toward the end of the book revelation the savior with is like a flame of fire faithful and true rides out on a white horse to lead the armies of heaven in battle is quote clothed with divestiture dripping in blood, end quote and on him. Written the words quote king of kings. And Lord of lords end, quote, he holds a sword in his mouth to Smythe the nation. So that he can preside over them with a rod of iron in the fierceness in wrath of almighty God in the final judgment the debtor brought back to life. But those judged to be centers by their deeds or thrown along with the devil and death of itself into the lake of fire burning with brimstone where they meet the second death of eternal suffering fortunate than are those who are judged worthy to live on in the new Jerusalem city with streets of gold gates of pearls and walls in laid with gems. There is no need for the sun or moon since God, and the lamb or the light and from there thrown flows. The pure river of water of life clear as crystal the nourishes the trees of the fruit of the fruits of the tree of life. This promise of a new Jerusalem for the elect and the cataclysmic violence against people in nature necessary to achieve that goal as made the book of revelation and ideological tool of conquest and empire from the crusade. Onwards. You don't have to be a crash Christian to be susceptible to John's logic that the perfect end the new Jerusalem justifies, a bloody means despite the official separation of church and state religious axioms thread through the fabric of American political culture historian, Robert Bella coined, the term civil religion described the religious orientation that the great majority of Americans share that a higher thirty guides human affairs that American history follows a providential path that Americans are special and exceptional a chosen people obliged to carry out. God's will or else suffer dire consequences are widely held to be self evident truths. So true. So too is the belief that war is divinely justified. The civil war marked a watershed in the evolution of our civil religion as a matab task sized into a total war, the targeted civilian populations as well as soldiers estimates of the war deaths. Have recently been revised up. Words to three quarters of a million people leaders and clergy on both sides and vote divine authority to justify that slaughter quote. Many saw in the unprecedented destruction of lives and property something mystical taking place, writes historian, Harry stout. What we might today. Call the birthing of a fully functional truly national American. Civil religion patriotism became a sacred duty as important as as adherence to a traditional faith, maybe more. So civil war desk created a Republic of suffering in which sacrifice in the state became inextricably intertwined. World War One brought about a major reaffirmation of the civil religion. The nation's turn away from isolationism to global intervention was accompanied by hyperbole about its starring role as world redeemer in a continuing war between good and evil around the globe. President Woodrow Wilson complained the world must be made safe for.

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