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"joel bells" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

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02:35 min | 2 weeks ago

"joel bells" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

"Listener engagement last week. We featured a military mom whose son was serving in afghanistan of a united states marine. It'll be no when we scheduled it that it would end up being the same day of the suicide attack. That killed thirteen soldiers outside the kabul airport. Many listeners emailed us saying they were praying for her and her son and hoped for an update. That's amazing to me listeners. Literally around the world suddenly praying for someone. They'd never met hoping that everything was okay and working out for god's glory when we checked in with her later she told us. Her son was unharmed. That she marveled at god's timing. She said she thought her son may have been the most prayed for soldier that day. And she couldn't wait to tell him of god's providence through such a unassuming part of our program you see god even uses a fifteen second podcast pre roll for his purpose as a christian who listens to this program. You're not just an audience member your family. We're brothers and sisters in christ so keep those audio name tags coming. Let us know who you are and where you're from and how we're related. There are instructions on the website. If you wanna do so and i invite you to join me in marveling every morning at the amazing diversity of the body of christ. Oh and let's keep watching for his purposes in and through each one of us while we do. So i'm paul butler well. It's time now to thank our team. Kayla bailey joel bells. Anna hansen brown can't covington kristen. Flab katie me. Kim henderson o'neill's ao. He kerry mary record. Sarah weinsberg grace. Snell cal thomas and whitney williams johnny franklin and carl pete's our audio engineers who stay up late to get the program to you early lee jones managing editor palm butler is executive producer and marvin olesky is editor in chief. And you thank you because your giving makes possible independent christian journalism you have multiplied. Oh lord my god you're wondrous deeds and thoughts toward us. None can compare with you. I will proclaim and taliban them yet. They are more than can be told lord willing. We'll meet you back here on monday. Go now in grayson piece..

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"joel bells" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

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"joel bells" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

"Thing as well and that's how we look at the positive include. Something new for the sullivans. Something they aren't used to doing planning for the future took us a few months to kinda okay. Where do we go from here. What do we. What do we do now. And so yes now. A slight lou plan things. It's about living again. Jordan was the one that brought up organ donation. And it's not something most twentysomethings think about. And because he did we hear today he was thinking of others instead of himself a world. I'm cam henderson and mountain. Mariah mississippi Today is wednesday august eighteenth. Good morning this is the world and everything in it from listener supported world radio. I'm mary record and on nick. Eicher world founder joel bells on imperfect justice side of heaven almost.

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"joel bells" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

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04:41 min | 2 months ago

"joel bells" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

"Had locked. Yes little problem. Said god can be a kid's body that reporting for world. I'm any lewis in new jersey. Today is wednesday july fourteenth. Good morning this is the world and everything in it from listener supported world radio. I'm mary record. World founder joel bells now with a diagnosis for what's ailing. Us healthcare lying in a hospital bid for most of a week. Wasn't exactly how. I meant to spend the end of my fourth of july holiday but it did give me yet another up close. Look at a key component of america's healthcare system. My point here is not to rehearse the details of my physical condition. I mean instead suggests several broad patterns that i think may have come to govern our healthcare system here in the united states. That system is heavily. Populated for example. With young people as i've been shuttled from department to department from one specialty to another i've been struck with youthful demeanour of those handing down key directives. But that's not all bad. The younger these folks are if they're any good the longer they'll be around a second factor tending to shape. Our current healthcare system is the geographic diversity of its personnel. These doctors nurses and dozens of specialists. Virtually every kind and level come from all over the world staffing nashville hospital where i camped out for the best part of a week included few with local roots ties instead. They were traveling. Doctors traveling nurses and so on medical personnel of every description. Whose home base might be. Orlando florida san antonio texas or portland oregon or even kito. Ecuador hong kong or of sub ethiopia. These were mobile specialists responding to short-term calls to fill personnel shortages anywhere around the country. it's a phenomenon found in more and more locations in hospitals yet another issue tending to reshape. Healthcare centers is the expanding takeover of many such facilities by private for profit entities. A multibillion dollar out of state corporation took over our local nonprofit hospital last year and it wasn't a stretch for me to see clearly the decline in service and care that once made this hospital proud at least once or twice a day. I heard soured. Staffers explained their frustration over limits. They didn't have before a fourth pattern changes even more nuanced and subtle. It used to be relatively easy and even natural within a hospital to give petitioner. Thanks in open prayer to have staffers join in such expression or for them open to wear crosses or other symbols of their faith. And i saw a little or none of that during my visit early this month. Might dad be partly because such open expression is far less typical for young people and less typical yet of course for folks like the nurse who gave me excellent care but made a point of holding us as christians at a short distance. It's just is typical for employees of corporations in america that boast of their nonsectarian secularism. I'm joel bills tomorrow. Drought in the west. We'll tell you how it's affecting the people who live there including those. We rely on for food and cuba will talk about what prompted thousands of protesters to take to the streets of havana. And the courage. It took to do that over the weekend. That and more tomorrow. I'm knickebocker and mary. Record the world and everything in it comes to you from world radio. World's mission is biblically objective. Journalism that informs educates and inspires the apostle paul wrote to the romans. We rejoice in our sufferings knowing that suffering produces endurance and endurance produces character and character produces hope go now in grace and.

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"joel bells" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

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02:51 min | 4 months ago

"joel bells" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

"And i'm nick anchor world founder. Joel bells now on what could turn out to be the phony money scam of the century. I've learned i think to be doubly wear and sometimes even rude in my response to those special offers that more and more flutter mailboxes the internet and the phone lines so it didn't even cross my mind when i got a letter from the white house last month something. Nefarious slippery might be going on a letter from president. Joe biden said quote. I am pleased to inform you because of the american rescue plan a direct payment of twenty eight hundred dollars was issued to you by direct deposit unquote legitimate. I thought although i didn't like the program at all caroline iron not in what might be called a needy category. There was at least one other issue. The letter from the white house said plainly. If you haven't received your payment within seven days of receiving this letter please check the status of the payment by visiting the irs website or calling the irs. Phone number listed at the bottom of this letter already been eleven days in no money had found its way to my account then already complex. Scenario turned a bit. Nutty was talking with one of my daughter's dad. She said this sounds like a scam to me. They ask you to call eight hundred number. I hope he didn't give them any bank account. Numbers will ahead. But alex is a pretty savvy observer in such matters and i had to drop what i was doing to retrieve the white house letter and double check my first impressions this time through every word and every free carried a slightly different nuance. What if i had to think this was in l. Together soul trap in the end. The biden letter seem to genuine representation of what it senders meant to say. They meant to send me twenty eight hundred dollars. Their system just wasn't quite up to their promise that there was apparently no crime. Involved may be really serious. Crime or ethical breach is the one that's taken place right out in the open scam we may live with the longest is the anything but quiet. Transfer of hundreds of billions of dollars from some virtually unknown source into the account of citizens willing to accept them. This started sometime last year. When then president trump authorized the first two stimulus packages to counter the sober effects of covid. Nineteen it accelerated when president biden. Trying to make good on his campaign. promises added his support to the american rescue plan. The political label doesn't seem to matter republican or democrat. Who's going to say stop. You can't put that money in my account. It's phony money. I'm joel bills.

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"joel bells" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

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03:42 min | 5 months ago

"joel bells" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

"Radio. Megan basham and i'm mary record. World founder joe bells now looks at one way to gauge the health of the nation. You want an example of cultures quick slide into secularism. Go back just twenty two years and reread time. Magazines notable decision to ogg minutes long popular man of the year by featuring in its place. A person of the millennium times editors boldly selected yohannes gutenberg as the individual who shaped our world's culture between one thousand nine hundred nine ninety nine such choice would of course be virtually unthinkable these days in today's climate even a fleeting reference to gutenberg. Bible stern unconquerable fuss back in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine folks at time. Audaciously suggested the uniqueness of the bible was precisely what catapulted gutenberg bible onto a bestseller mode in many parts of the world. Nothing like it ever been seen superficial. This store ends like to promote the idea that technology was the key produced such widespread acceptance but the richness and reality of gutenberg's contribution to world. Culture is so much more than just a machine be sure a sovereign god was working out a scenario through the berg that included several strands of technology besides the printing press gutenberg focused intensely on three other developments new kinds of paper who kinds of ink and the explosive use of movable type prior to gutenberg bibles were printed on european presses but at a turtle's pace each page came from a block of wood tediously carved in reverse image the wood blocks were secured in the bed of the press inc and then fitted with a sheet of paper or bellum. The enormous pressure necessary for a good image sometimes cracked or even splintered the blocks that stopped production. While the printer waited for a replacement gutenberg's great technological contribution was his insight that a combination of metal letters locked into a frame and placed face up on the bed of the pressed provided a much more versatile tool for reproducing the hundreds of pages bible production required the type used for one page could be sorted into handy cases and then reused for the next page still a tedious process. Nothing like carving wooden blocks and as a former professional jeweler. Gutenberg was savvy to the makeup of various metals and introduced the use of allies it strengthened the print quality and the durability of the type e introduced to a worldwide audience. A profound is all those technical developments may have been. They were not gutenberg's main contribution. There's little or no particular evidence that he was as progressive in his theological outlook is. Those who like lutheran calvin came less than a century later but he apparently had the good sense feel the role that printed bibles might play in the cultural explosion of the coming reformation and he was faithful in applying the insight to his life calling only a huge cultural stretch would ever let us predict the time magazine might have nominated as its person of the year someone whose influence was this profoundly shaped by biblical values. It's hard to imagine but if they do don't expect our culture to show much understanding. I'm joel bells tomorrow.

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"joel bells" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

The World and Everything In It

05:54 min | 6 months ago

"joel bells" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

"Are renewing their push to pass new gun. Control measures that in the wake of monday's massacre at a colorado supermarket ten dead and address tuesday afternoon. President biden offered his condolences to the victims and urged members of congress to take action. We can ban assault weapons and high capacity magazines in this country once again and senate majority leader chuck schumer vowed to bring house legislation to the senate floor that would require background checks for gun sales and transfers. We must confront devastating truth in the united states. An unrelenting epidemic of gun violence steals innocent lives with alarming regularity senate. Republicans opposed that bill and democratic. Senator joe manchin told reporters on tuesday that he does too. But gop senator chuck grassley said that does not mean nothing can get done. I think that we can make bipartisan common. Sense and constitutional progress on the issue of gun violence if we work together. It's unclear whether any of the bills currently up for consideration would have made a difference in the colorado case. Most of them involve tougher background checks. And according to a police affidavit. The shooter had purchased semiautomatic rifle six days before the shooting. Meantime have identified the suspect in. Monday's mass shooting as well as the victim's boulder police chief mirrors herald provided other details about the incident. Officers arrived on the scene within minutes and immediately entered the store and engage the suspect. There was this exchange of gunfire which was shot. No other officers were injured. The suspect was taken into custody at three twenty eight pm. That suspect is twenty. One year old ahmad al alawi. Eliza lives in suburban denver. Prosecutors have charged with ten counts of murder. No word yet on a motive. The youngest person who died at the king's super grocery store was twenty years old. The oldest was sixty five fifty one year old boulder police officer. Eric tally was among the victims. Astrazeneca is working to clear up concerns that it may have used outdated information when it announced the results of its. Us phase three vaccine trial this week. World's anna johannesen brown reports on monday. The company reported the results of a study of some thirty thousand americans who received the vaccine. Those results showed the shots to be safe and effective against cove. Nineteen and executive said they would apply for fda approval early next month but on tuesday. The national institute of allergy and infectious disease said. It was concerned that the vaccine trial results may have used outdated information astrazeneca said in a statement that the data it released monday included cases up to february seventeenth as the study rules specified. It also said it was continuing to analyse newer cases in that newer data rolling in has been consistent with what it had already reported but the company on tuesday promised an update within forty eight hours reporting for world. I'm ana johannesen brown after winning passage of near two trillion dollar relief bill. The white house is now mapping out a three trillion dollar spending bill president biden huddled privately this week with senate democrats to talk strategy on a massive package that would spend big on infrastructure environmental projects and many domestic programs. Democrats say the package would include family. Friendly policies like strengthening education paid family. Leave but senate minority leader mitch. Mcconnell said it is unlikely to win much if any republican support. We're hearing the next. Few months might bring a so called infrastructure proposal that may actually be a trojan horse for massive tax hawks other job killing left wing policies democrats in congress have signaled a willingness to go it alone if republicans are not on board exit polls in israel last night indicated. No clear winner. In tuesday's election world's kristen flavin has that story polls showed netanyahu and his religious and nationalist is falling short of the sixty one seats needed for a majority in parliament. But opponents of netanyahu's likud party also appeared to a fallen short that could set the stage for weeks of paralysis and even an unprecedented fifth consecutive the polls show netanyahu and his allies with fifty three to fifty four seats in the one hundred twenty seat parliament. His opponents were projected to win fifty nine but exit polls are often imprecise. The official results may not be known for days reporting for world. I'm kristen lavin. And i'm kent. Covington straight ahead senate. Democrats consider changing or killing. The filibuster was joel bells on the lost art of counting. This is the world and everything in it. It's wednesday the twenty fourth of march twenty twenty one glad to have you along for today's edition of the world and everything in it. Good morning. i'm nick anchor and mary record. I the push to bust the filibuster last week. President biden said he supports changing that senate rule. The filibuster is a parliamentary procedure. That actor jimmy. Stewart helped make in his nineteen thirty nine film. Mr smith goes to washington stewart. Played at senator. Who talked for nearly twenty four hours straight to hold off a vote on a corrupt public works bill. Yes man even powerful enough to control policy. And i saw three of them and israel up to you..

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"joel bells" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

The World and Everything In It

05:06 min | 11 months ago

"joel bells" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

"Plant. Really like eighty other flags. All across here. There's a new. Action After almost six months. Almost six months. And when it comes to career as challenging as farming Carlson says, he doesn't hurt having stadium of fans. So when you have seventy five thousand people telling you what a great job you're doing and they can't wait for the next video, it's really not hard to find motivation to keep making. The country. Reporting so world is nourishment. Today is Wednesday October twenty eighth good morning. This is the world and everything in it from listener supported World Radio I'm Mary Record and I'm nick. eicher world founder Joel Bells now with a proposal to improve how we teach social studies. For a decade and more I've been wrestling with some ideas that could reshape the way Christian school and homeschool students engage in what we've typically called social studies. At the core of my dream or two components. The first would be the development of a consensus list of about two hundred fifty of history's most notable people. The list would be dynamic no one pretends to have the final word it would include And Villains. Component number two would be a clothesline. Yes, literally. Educators would hang the line near where students normally do their work. Every Monday morning through the school year, teachers would randomly add to the time line the name and very brief biography of a famous person from the past. That same person would be the subject of attention at schools home schools throughout the world. Through the rest of that week teachers and parents guide participating students, inappropriate research interviews, math artwork music, or any exploration or compilation related to that person. At the end of each week students should know where that person fits on a world map. where he or she fits on. Histories. Time Line. What governmental and economic structures helped shape that person? and. How the person's life might or might not have reflected a biblical worldview. This is a realistic holistic approach to social studies. It prompts us to quit viewing history geography civics, economics, and worldview thinking have separate subjects. It allows US instead to see them as a robust whole. Not for a minute is the point of such an exercise just to fill it young minds and facts and figures and names and dates. The goal instead is to introduce boys girls from their earliest years to real men and women from other times than other cultures who have made the world, what it is today. Through such contact students will develop the skills and habits of sorting out influences, analyzing movements, evaluating motives, and pondering values. Nor is the cast of characters men only to feature heroes and champions or to divert attention from the wards and foibles of those who are in fact heroic. We went to equip boys and girls with the tools for thinking honestly about such issues. Of the half dozen experimental education enterprises I've been part of this one registers high on my to do list. But my next birthday will be my eightieth. If this is going to get done, someone else may have to do it. That's okay if I can at least watch the process from good seat. If the whole suggestion intrigues you to send me a note detailing your interest. You can email me at JPL's at W.. N. G. DOT ORG. Or Send me a traditional note at Bucks Twenty Three Thirty Asheville North Carolina two, eight, eight, zero, three. I'm Joel Bills. Well tomorrow, the economy may be struggling one part of the economy. The housing market is not we'll tell you what's behind the boom in real estate and we'll bring you the second part of Mirna Brown story on police horses that and more tomorrow I'm Nick I'm. And I'm Mary record the world and everything in it comes to you from world radio. World's mission is biblically objective journalism that informs educates and inspires. Jesus said come to me all you who are weary and burdened and I will give you. Go now in grace in.

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"joel bells" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

The World and Everything In It

05:51 min | 1 year ago

"joel bells" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

"Barrett Faces Day three of her confirmation hearing on the path to the Supreme Court. We'll talk about the good the bad and the ugly with world's Jamie Deen also today world tour plus the great outdoors beckons. This time of year we'll talk with someone who helps to get it ready for you know he's just kind of like a Guardian Angel pour me right here, but it's like just today I was just trying to get this set up. And that was having problems. Here. That car coming through and I knew. And World Founder Joel Bells on discernment ahead of the election. It's Wednesday October fourteenth. This is the world and everything in it from listeners supportive world radio. I'm Mary anchored and I'm Nick Eicher Good Morning. Next nextstep. COVINGTON has today's news. Supreme Court nominee judge Amy Coney Barrett faced tough questions from lawmakers Tuesday on Day two of her confirmation hearing as expected Senate Democrats pushed her to voice her view of Roe v Wade. She responded it's inconsistent with the duties of a sitting judge to take positions on cases that the court has decided in the past Democrats also pressed Barrett on Obamacare senator? Chris coons said he felt she chastised Chief Justice John. Roberts following the Supreme Court ruling that upheld the law you said in this article and I'm quoting you it is illegitimate for the court to distort either the constitution or statute to achieve what it deems a preferable result. Barrett said Justice Roberts. Himself characterized his own opinion as not the most natural reading of the statute but coons interrupted a he didn't describe his own opinion is not plausible. He said last natural and. Was Implausible Not Unsound. Senator Coons, I certainly would not and did not criticize or chastise the chief justice or impugn his integrity added that she is not hostile toward the affordable care act the judiciary committee and Judge Barrett will resume questioning this morning. A Pentagon spokesman says, American forces of carried out several air strikes and Afghanistan world. Kristen Flavin reports. Colonel Sunny Legat said US forces launched recent airstrikes in support of Afghan security forces under attack by the Taliban he said, Taliban attacks were quote not consistent with the Taliban deal signed in February he accused the group of undermining ongoing peace talks. The Pentagon says Taliban fighters must immediately stop their offensive actions in Helmand province and reduce their violence around the country on. Monday Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman General Mark. milley dodged questions about President Trump's recent remark that all US troops should be home by Christmas. He said only that the United States will end the war on A. Timeline reporting for world I'm Kristen Fly van. Johnson and Johnson has halted a late stage trial of its covid nineteen vaccine. After one participant became ill officials are now working to figure out if the illness is tied to the vaccine or on related CFO and executive vp Joe Woke said, the company has handed over information on the case to the Independent Monitoring Board overseeing the safety of patients. It should really reassure the public that all scientific medical and ethical protocols are being followed to the most degree. And we just have to let that process play out. Let that information be analyzed by the Independent Board. The study of the One Dose Vaccine Called Ensemble will include up to sixty thousand people from multiple countries will set as of now the company's timeline has not changed. He still believes the vaccine is on track for approval and the first quarter of next year pauses are not uncommon long clinical studies and are often quickly resolved. It's not yet clear whether the sick participant even received a dose of the vaccine or just a placebo. A top executive at Netflix is defending a controversial film that some US lawmakers have called child pornography world's Anna Joe Hansen has that story. The movie cuties is a French film that features young girls dressed provocatively and dancing in a sexually suggestive way about the company's co-ceo Ted? This week called the film misunderstood. He said it's a very personal coming of age film that played in theaters throughout Europe without controversy and he added quoting here. It's a little surprising in twenty twenty America that we're having a discussion about censoring storytelling but many including Texas grand jury contend that it's not artistic storytelling but exploitation of children. NETFLIX's distribution of the film led to a criminal indictment in the state. The indictment revealed last week states that Netflix did knowingly promote visual material, which depicts the Lewd Exhibition of the genitals or pubic area of clothed or partially clothed child who was younger than eighteen years of age at the time reporting for world I'm Ana Johannesen. Several men accused in a plot to kidnap the governor of Michigan faced a judge on Tuesday five of the six men charged stood in a federal courtroom with their wrists shackled together all the while prosecutors revealed bizarre shocking details of the case. The ringleader of the plot allegedly planned to take Democratic Governor Gretchen Whitmer to the middle of Lake Michigan in a small boat, kill the engine and leave her there the suspects also Julie Talked About Kidnapping Virginia Governor Ralph Northern. Several of the men have histories of anti-government rhetoric in organizing and at least one of the six wasn't avowed anarchist brandon concert posted this video online in front of an anarchist flag..

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"joel bells" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

The World and Everything In It

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"joel bells" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

"Its first NHL Championship since two thousand, four topics. Live. The top of about the NBA, finals tip off tonight Lebron James will lead the Lakers against a team helped to win a pair of championships. The Miami heeds the Lakers are favored to win their seventeenth championship behind to first team all NBA Superstars James An power forward Anthony Davis, but the heat's are not intimidated rookie, tyler hero and second year players. Bam, a bio and Dunkin Robinson will lead a youth movement into the best of seven series. The teams will play the entire series inside the NBA bubble at Disney's wide world of sports in Orlando Game One tips off at nine pm Eastern Time on ABC. Can't Covington and straight ahead analysis of last night's presidential debate lost Joel Bells on our mastercard mentality. This is the world. And everything in. Own. It's Wednesday. The thirtieth of September twenty twenty you're listening to the world and everything in it and we are so glad you're good morning I'm nick. And Mary Record I up the first presidential debate what.

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"joel bells" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

The World and Everything In It

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"joel bells" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

"Mary Record. Here's world founder Joe Bells. Of, all the criticisms president trump has to live with being a middle of the rotor is in one of them. You may not like his position on an issue, but you'll know what he thinks. Immigration. Free trade with. China. Prisoners of war like the late John McCain. No hugging the stripe at the middle of the road on any of those. You know what your president thinks or at least what he says, he thinks today. I guess is that this Trumpian straightforwardness is one of the main reasons for whatever popularity he enjoys. Here, at world, we regularly get mail saying something like this. I don't have to agree with all his policies, I, just like the fact that he knows what he believes. Or. As an Iowa farmer told me recently I like it that he doesn't beat around the Bush I don't have to guess what he thinks. For my farmer fan it doesn't even matter much that the trump record like that most presidents includes almost self contradictory positions on issues of agricultural trade. This trump certainty has won the support of large numbers of evangelical. Christians along the way. These folks are tired of leaders who constantly seek the mushy middle of the road and who equivocate on issue after issue. More and more you can find such leaders within evangelical academia and media to. These opinion shapers are constantly nudging their followers to move to the middle to trim sharp edges off their thinking processes. But the voters were in the process of trimming those sharp edges. They may also be saying goodbye to their cutting edge. Lots of them voted for trump for years ago and many loyalists will vote for him again in November. In choosing that route, these folks will be largely rejecting the council of the Evangelical Intelligentsia. For years many colleges, universities and seminaries have called for more open minded approach to issues such as the origin of man, the meaning of marriage and economic structures. The move from right to left on such issues historically starts in intelligentsia for both society Writ Large evangelicalism specifically. Of course in terms of what is biblically right and wrong grassroots, folks are no more likely to be on target. But the direction of the flow of ideas is worth noting. By their very nature professors and writers are creating folks unwilling to accept the status quo they're always looking for new explanations. and. We should be thankful. God made some people that way In the right context, they keep us all looking for his truth. But in all that unsettled scheme of things, it's easy to see why significant numbers of voters find themselves saying forget it. Give me a leader who knows what he thinks. I'm Joel Bells. Tomorrow Russia's influence. We'll find out what's going on behind the scenes on Moscow's political stage. And we'll bring you the second part of my interview with California Mega Church Pastor John Macarthur that and more tomorrow I'm Megan Basham.

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The World and Everything In It

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"joel bells" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

"Good Morning. President trump released a new list of potential supreme. Court. Justices will talk about the political ramifications that's ahead on Washington Wednesday also world tour and telling Bible stories with Comex. You know every. Paper. With our scribbles as sometimes we will on the walls. In. A furniture and some thoughts from world founder Joel Bells. It's Wednesday September sixteenth. This is the world and everything in it from listener supported World Radio I'm Mary Reicher and Meghan Basham Good Morning Now. The news here's Kent. COVINGTON. Hurricane Sally. Slowed to a crawl on. Tuesday over Gulf waters. The storm did not slam the coast last night as expected but outer rain bands in tropical storm force winds still lashed barrier islands at Alabama. Instead, Sally will make landfall today and it's now expected to move ashore as a category one hurricane rather than a cat to as earlier forecasts predicted that means top sustained winds of eighty miles per hour when it strikes land likely somewhere around the Alabama shoreline. But while the storm has been downgraded, wind is not the biggest concern. National Hurricane Center. Director Ken. Graham says even Korn here twenty inches rain. So very dangerous situation that is just torrential rainfall, flash flooding and big issues there from the Florida panhandle to the Alabama coast and Graham noted that the slower the storm moves the more rain will drop as it pushes to the North Flash flood watches and warnings are now in effect.

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"joel bells" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

The World and Everything In It

05:15 min | 1 year ago

"joel bells" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

"That's why we call his monthly segment word play. But this month George has coined an unusual word of his own and it's the perfect term to describe the year twenty twenty. Any number of commentators have suggested that twenty twenty may well go down in history as an NS oriented release. A Latin phrase meaning horrible ear to be sure we have had more than our customary allotment of woes and with months to go before, we can turn a calendar page. The mainstream and social media alike have responded with apocalyptic lamentations and mournful Jeremiah adds a Jeremiah is usually defined as a long and doleful complaint it's A. Tale of sorrow disappointment and grief. It's a declaration of doom. It is passed into English from the French I used in seventeen sixty two described the lamentations of the Old Testament Prophet, Jeremiah. It was a clever etymological construction intended to call to mind homer's Iliad and virgils Aeneid in literature, it is typically used as a term of ridicule or mockery implying either that the lamentations are exaggerated or that their proclamations are overwrought and tediously self-righteous. Despite this well might we plead the case for a fresh outpouring of? Heads in our day with forces of cultural disintegration, undermining the very foundations of all that is near and dear such prophetic stance might seem altogether apt issue the warnings lament the injustices expose the evils denounce the barbarities set forth with zeal. The very real consequences of send and perversity hurled upon the Land Jeremiah after Jeremiad like. That man nor beast has air scene. But perhaps, there is a better option for us in these perilous times and option that speaks hope and resolve and option that animates reformation of vision. Perhaps, we ought to consider the possibility of taking the course of the Niemeyer ad. Modeled on the old. Testament reformer Nehemiah in contradistinction to the JEREMIAD. The NIEMEYER does not merely bemoan the transgressions of evildoers. Its first concern is the repentance of God's own people unlike the Jeremiah the Niemeyer, it does not have a negative in dieting tone its primary concern is constructive. Jeremiah is cry of Whoa and expression of righteous indignation and a resolution to mourn over the ruins. Aena? NAIAD is a cry of humility, an expression of righteous repentance and a resolution to repair the ruins. Undoubtedly, our culture is in want of Zealous Jeremiah's. But in this hour of Disarray Resolute, Niemeyer ads may be all the more need fall. The laws are down the rubble is nigh unto impassable. So much is in shambles. So with sword in one hand in Trowel in the other. The Nehemiah dhs begin such as the need of the Hour Oh God grant us repentance and then let us take our places at the wall and begin to restore the toppled stones. George. Grant. The world and everything in it takes a team of people to put it all together and provide programs to you all week. So thank you so much to our hardworking colleagues Maria bear. Megan Basham Joel Bells Paul Butler Kent Covington Laura. Edgehill Kristen Flabby George Grant Kim Henderson. Anna Joe. Lee Jones Jill Nelson. Kerry Mary Reicher Sarah Weinsberg, less sellers, and cal Thomas Johnny. Franklin, and Carl Pete's stay up late to get the program to you. Early, JC Derek is managing editor and Marvin. Olesky is editor in chief and you make all of possible with your support. Thank you for helping. Keep sound journalism grounded in God's word in the marketplace. The Apostle Paul reminds us to be kind to one another tenderhearted forgiving one another as. In Christ forgave you. Go now in. Grayson piece..

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"joel bells" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

The World and Everything In It

07:42 min | 1 year ago

"joel bells" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

"Late Reverend Billy Graham will soon join the National Statuary Hall collection at the US Capitol more than one hundred statues or scattered throughout the capital. Two notable people from each state. Grams likeness will replace that of former North Carolina Governor Charles, Aycock who was a white supremacist both the state and the federal government wanted gone. A sculptor is now working on a life size statue, of Graham, which will be installed sometime next year. COVINGTON and straight ahead, the tended consequences of sanctions against Syria. Plus, Joel, bells on his lost interview with J I. Packer. This is the world and everything in it. So. It's Wednesday the fifth of August twenty twenty. Glad to have you along for today's edition of the world and everything in it. Good Morning. I'm Marina Brown and Mary Record I up Washington Wednesday. The Syrian civil war is now in its tenth year, the country is still led by embattled President Bush are al-Assad his military forces have clawed back areas of the country previously claimed by rebel factions. Assad now controls about seventy percent of the country and he's used brutal tactics to do it. U. S. policy under both presidents, Obama and trump has called for Assad's removal last week. The State Department announced a new round of sanctions in a statement secretary. Estate Mike Pompeo. pompeo said quote, the Assad regime's monetary has become a symbol of brutality, repression and corruption. They have killed hundreds of thousands of civilians detained and tortured peaceful protesters and destroyed schools, hospitals, and markets without regard to human life here now to discuss the latest action with us is, Mindy Bells. She's World Series Editor and author of the two. Thousand. Sixteen book. They say we are infidels on from Isis with persecuted Christians in the middle. Lease. Mindy Good Morning Good Morning Myrna. Before we dive into Syria I, WanNa know what's your reaction to the deadly explosion in neighboring Lebanon yesterday? Well, it's devastating besides the harbor issue where the explosion took place, the bomb blasts destroyed neighborhoods and and really I'm hearing every house and building in the city of Beirut is suffering damage that includes neighborhood that's very close to the port that includes some of the largest ANJELICA churches in Beirut. Most of them have been damaged to some extent, some may have been destroyed, but the good news out of that is that we've heard that there at this point has been no reported loss of life or injury from those churches. Churches, the attack happened in the evening when people had gone home, and that is something of a blessing in this horrible situation Yes. It is well onto Syria the subject of your recent reporting and I'd like to start with a quick refresher. Will you remind us why this country is strategically important to the United States? Sure. Syria has been fighting a nine year civil war that has come to encompass the entire Middle East that has given us the rise of Isis which has killed Americans, which has threaten our security and. In growing threat of terrorism that threat has diminished since the last remnant of Isis was quote unquote defeated. Nineteen. But we know that Isis is still there and the elements and some of the ideology that's driving are still there, and so it continues to be an area that the United States has a lot of concern for Half the country has been emptied that means six million people have been left homeless Sayer either displaced inside Syria, or they are refugees outside of Syria, and that's a huge concern for the church and a huge opportunity as well. Well many the State Department announced new serious sanctions in June and and again last week. But these were authorized by Congress what lawmakers trying to accomplish with these. This was the latest round of sanctions. The United States has sanctioned the regime of President, Bashar Saad, multiple times, but these were different. They were more targeted. I would say in that they allowed the US government to restrict the economic activity of members of bizarre. Family, which has already happened and to sanction businesses that are doing business with the Assad regime. In Syria, and those things we've seen a take effect, one set of sanctions in June and another in July, they also can target the central bank in Syria. If they can prove that it is involved in money laundering, these are the kinds of things that have fueled the illicit activity of the Assad regime for decades, and these are new tools you might say for trying to put a stop to that. We'll do the sanctioned seemed to be working while that's a hard question because as I mentioned, it's been a nine year war and Assad is still in power, and in fact, he has gone from being somewhat beaten down at a halfway point in the war to fighting back to re acquiring areas that have been taken from the government. The Assad regime now control seventy percent of the country again and I? I must say from traveling there that that those are some of the more stable parts of the country, and so you might say that the pendulum has swung back and assads direction. Another thing that makes this really difficult is that the Christians in. Syria, who've been so beaten down by these militant groups like Isis and the al Qaeda connected groups that are all fighting the Assad regime they have forced. Christians out of the areas that they control, and so the Christians live under the Assad regime for the most part, and that makes this a really difficult issue to solve the sanctions that we want to hurt. The Assad regime will also hurt the Christian minority in Syria. I know so far, Syria has reported very low corona virus numbers, but with half the country's hospitals destroyed testing is sparse. What did you learn about how the pandemic is affecting the country mindy? That's right. Myrna the country has a decimated healthcare system. and. What I've been hearing I've been interviewing doctors aid groups that are running medical clinics and all parts of Syria for many weeks. Now, they've all been reporting seen hundreds of patients exhibiting symptoms of covid nineteen, and that's been for a long time. So it it's on the one hint at significant that in a country that's at war, and that is as devastated as Syria is that they're actually reporting any numbers at. At all. But on the other hand, the numbers that they're reporting are so far below what everyone believes is accurate that they're not really helpful, and that makes planning and it makes delivering supplies, delivering test kits, delivering medicine.

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"joel bells" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

The World and Everything In It

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"joel bells" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

"On remote learning, and how to be a shrewd consumer of news. How would you respond if the highly regarded Wall Street Journal in a lengthy front-page feature proclaimed that you had utterly failed to meet the hardest challenge of Your Life. That's pretty much what the Journal did. In mid June with a big headline quote, the results are in for remote learning. It didn't work and quote. The sub head on the second page stressed the same point. Remote learning falls short, it said. Of course, not all remote learning the lake. And for thousands of readers who are also loyal home schoolers, the article came across as a careless slur against to tried and true. Educational, MODEL Wall Street Journal Reporters Tunnel. Hobbs and Lee Hawkins should have stressed. Their focus was almost exclusively on the last minute remote learning schools had to use slowing mandatory closures. That's an important distinction they didn't make. What happened between February and June of this year was hardly a fair test of remote learning. It was cobbled together by educators who had never spent ten minutes leading any form of distance education. The project was set up for failure before it got off the ground. Many of the participants both teachers and parents had no confidence in the mass experiment. They had to conduct. Austin. Superintendent of the Los Angeles Unified School. District illustrated this point. The authors quoted him saying. We all know that there's no substitute for learning in a school setting. And many students are struggling and falling far behind where they should be. So, if we all know this, what is the discussion all about? In doesn't early June strike us all as a bit early to be evaluating an academic semester. That hadn't even ended yet. As it is the Hobson Hawkins feature includes precious little hard data from which the reader can begin to form opinions. When it does the data proved pretty, soft. And Oregon based nonprofit called NWEA project students will return to school this fall with roughly seventy percent of the typical learning gains in reading and less than fifty percent in math based on preliminary research. But whereas like preliminary and projections seem a little squishy to serve as foundations for headlines, declaring the results Orion. Why does it matter because for a variety of reasons remote learning, we'll play a bigger and bigger role in the years ahead. Particularly for world, readers and listeners. That will be true in public school settings traditional, Christian schools and home schools. There will be problems along the way of course and some of them serious. But there's no reason to let that number be unduly inflated by overly reports in The Wall Street Journal. I'm Joel Bells. Tomorrow we will tell you about some community policing ideas that work and we'll talk to Christian doctor. Who says what was once considered medical fact is now hate speech that and more tomorrow. I'm nick. Mary record the world and everything in it comes to you from World Radio World's mission is biblically.

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"joel bells" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

The World and Everything In It

03:25 min | 1 year ago

"joel bells" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

"The overall food chain supply, can cause this much disruption reporting for world and Vivian Jones in Nashville, Tennessee. Today is Wednesday June third. Good Morning. This is the world and everything in it from listener supported World Radio I'm Mary Record and I'm Nick Eicher. World founder Joel Bells now on good storytelling and one of our own. When I heard that Suresh Weinsberg was telling quite a story, I was all ears. Suresh Weinsberg is not just an extraordinary storyteller. She is also a voice. You'll hear frequently here on the world and everything in it. Sir Is the product of a Christian home, a Christian elementary school in high school and a Christian College. She's got a solid grounding in Biblical worldview thinking. and. She's a two thousand fifteen graduate of our own World Journalism Institute where she honed her skills as a reporter and writer. Sarah story that caught my attention was a spin off of the coronavirus crisis. You may have heard it a couple of weeks ago on our podcast. While mainstream media tended to focus on shortages in the nation's food supply. SURRO- feature to hog farmer in Ohio and a dairy farmer in Pennsylvania. who had so much pork and milk? They didn't know what to do with it. Both of them were being encouraged to destroy truckloads of perfectly good foodstuffs. Both of them thought that was poor stewardship. Both of them. Ask The Lord for Wisdom. Sarah's journalistic savvy helped her recognized the rich presence of whole lineup of elements that readers value. Readers like stories about animals. They like stories with outlandish numbers. They like stories about people who are problem solvers in creative thinkers. They like stories that go against the trend. They like stories about people who pray and get answers to their prayers. This story had them all. Sarah did the hard diligent work of a reporter pulling all these strands together. She ended up with a thoughtful significant and fascinating story. I haven't heard anywhere else. I won't retail the story here. You can hear it on our website at world and everything dot Org. You'll see why I call Sarah Gifted Storyteller, and you'll understand why. I think Sarah has agreed future as a reporter. As world founder some thirty four years ago, I am especially grateful that through those years God has been calling and equipping young men and women like search Weinsberg to do the work of truth. Based Gud Center journalism in a frighteningly secular culture. The stories they tell are true stories producing a mega story that brings great glory to God. This doesn't happen by accident, but by the conscious and focused effort of many people. Through many years. So I'm thankful for Sarah's parents and family for her early teachers for the faculty at Northwestern, college and for World Journalism. Institute, There's has been a unique contribution to the Christian world in these bewildering, times. And that's quite.

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"joel bells" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

The World and Everything In It

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"joel bells" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

"Nick anchor. Our world has changed and Christians need to respond thoughtfully to it. Here is world founder. Joel Bells if I've asked a dozen people have asked a hundred. What does this current crisis remind you of? Maybe the recession of two thousand eight or the horrors of nine eleven or maybe even the Kennedy assassination. No nothing at all they respond. This is so different. And the response has been unanimous even a few of my oldest respondents old enough to remember the Great Depression and World War Two. They all join the chorus. This is so radically different. They say what makes them think that? Try this explanation. These folks are joined in their response. Because they're sensing how widespread and how deep and how pervasive destruction is they sense the enormity of the rebuilding task ahead of us. When this cloud passes I think they're right and that's why American Christians need to be preparing to devote all kinds of this new found energy to the extended recovery that looms on the horizon that recovery will involve our businesses of course in the sooner the better perhaps more importantly it will involve. Our churches are educational enterprises our missions and Benevolences and hundreds of other fronts. We've barely thought of OUR CHURCHES WILL NEED TO BE REBUILT. Never in our nation's history until now has the church at large been compelled to put on a disappearing act for several weeks. The now has stretched into months. What makes us think that will come through such an aberration unscathed? It's not primarily that millions of dollars worth of Pu's in buildings lay empty every week more disturbing reports from significant ones healthy churches that only a fraction of their members are now taking advantage of live streaming worship while ties offerings are slipping. Laura churches rediscover their true biblical mission of making training disciples. Our schools to will need emergency aid. The transition this spring for many Christian schools colleges and seminaries has been costly an unsettling shutting down campuses for the last half of the spring semester and moving thousands of professors online distance. Learning the stronger schools will adapt but thousands of Christian families will be reexamining their commitments at several levels. Don't be surprised if some schools never reopen the so many hurting families out there will all need to rethink what role leisure time and leisure dollars play in our own scheme of things if our institutions are likely to need extra fuel for their depleted tanks. Later this year. It's all but certain it we'll find ourselves close to hurting families or individuals who are newly unemployed or otherwise stressed is a unique opportunity to reallocate some of what we spend on ourselves last year and learn in new ways to love our neighbors as we love ourselves. It's not for ME TO PROPOSE SPECIFICS. For world readers and listeners. My wife Carol Estrin. I have to discuss a bit more. What are parks should be but none of us dear fall back to the giving we did last year. The devastation is just too extensive. Remember this is so different. I'm Joel Bills Tomorrow. Businesses are starting to reopen. But will it be too late for some of them? We'll talk with some small business owners. About what the shutdown has met for them and we'll talk with journalists at several small newspapers. They're suffering from the economic crisis to and facing layoffs. That and more tomorrow. I'm Nick Anger and I'm Mary Record..

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"joel bells" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

The World and Everything In It

03:28 min | 1 year ago

"joel bells" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

"Mary. Record World Founder Joel Bells now on the limits of government mandates. Some years ago I noted in my World Magazine column that the Bible refers to two functions Asians of government and both of them suggest a sort of enforcer role. Romans speaks of government as the agency that bears the sword. It also talks talks about government's role as a collector of taxes. Neither of those assignments brings immediately to mind spirit of volunteers instead. Government carries with with a sort of do it or else image. I think God designed it that way. Teaching moral good is always difficult as any parent knows. It takes a deft teacher to encourage action from the heart rather than because there's a threat of punishment government can't normally be that deft if it were. We wouldn't need troopers to keep us driving it. Safe speeds the IRS could send out fundraising appeals instead of audit threats and libraries could forget overdue notices somewhere though troopers and tax collectors and libraries of all discovered that teaching good behavior here is not their main calling. They can offer a few carrots here and there but mostly it's the threat of a stick that keeps people honest. Affirmative action is about about forcing people or using the government's power and clout to do the right thing even if it isn't totally even-handed affirmative action assumes uh-huh that people won't be good spirited enough on their own to hire minorities in the workplace or to admit more women to medical school for example affirmative action. Today is different from the civil rights laws of the nineteen sixties civil rights. Laws made it illegal to cut people out of specific privileges the benefits and opportunities they applied to all citizens and said if you didn't treat everyone by the same standard. You could get in big trouble. The the problem isn't primarily with the basic concept of affirmative action which is totally biblical concept. God himself is perhaps the ultimate implementer of affirmative -firmative action. He set his love on the nation of Israel for reasons suitable to himself and Jesus told the memorable story of the manager who hired people at different times during the day and then chose to pay them wildly dispirit wages and all of US exercise affirmative action. Even dare I say discrimination in our everyday lives we do. Our charitable giving in selected sectors we send our missionaries to selected countries entries against the hordes of Hungry and needy people. We pick just a few to help. Christians should recognize. Affirmative action is a wholesome natural and totally defensible kind of human behavior. But it just gets off the track when civil government tries to mandate it an entity intended to be the reinforcer of justice is typically not very good at requiring demonstrations of love and goodness for world. Radio I'm Joel Bells what's tomorrow. Many Venezuelans have fled to Peru to escape oppression. We'll talk about the efforts to help them. And Your lack of privacy online is the focus of a new regulation in California..

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