18 Burst results for "John Milton"
"john milton" Discussed on Harvard Classics
"But that often leaving my dolores prison. I enjoyed large liberty around the globe of earth or rain in the air. Nor from the heaven of heavens half. He excluded my resort. Sometimes i came among the sons of god when he gave up into my hands using job to prove him and illustrate his high worth and went to all his angels. He proposed to draw the proud king ahab into fraud that he might fall in rome off. They do mirrored. I undertook that office. And the tons of all his flattering profits glib with lies to his destruction as i had in charge for what he bids do. Though i have lost much luster of my native brightness. I lost to be beloved of. God i have not lost to love at least contemplate and admire what i see excellent in good or fair or virtuous i should so have lost all sense what can be then less in me than desire to see the and approach the whom i know declared the son of god to hear a tenth i wisdom and behold god-like deeds men generally think me such a foe to all mankind. Why should i they to me never did wrong or violence by them. I lost not what i lost. Rather buy them. I gained what i have gained and with them. Dwell co-partner in these regions of the world. If not disposer. Lend them off my aid of my advice by presages and signs. An answers oracle's ports and dreams whereby they may direct their future life envy. They say excites me. Thus to gain companions of my misery and woe at first. It may be but long since with whoa near acquainted. Now i feel by proof that fellowship in pain divides not smart nor lightens. Ought each man's peculiar load small consolation. Then where man joined this wounds me most can it less that man man. Fallen should be restored. I never more to whom our savior sternly replied deservedly thou gravest composed of lies from the beginning and in lies will end who boasted released from hell and and leave to come into the heaven of heavens thou chemist indeed as poor miserable captive thrall comes to the place where he before had sat among the prime in splendor now deposed ejected emptied gazed unpaid shunned a spectacle of ruin or of scorn to all the host of heaven. The happy place. In parts to the no happiness no joy rather inflames i torment representing loss bliss to the no more communicable so nevermore in hell than when in heaven but thou art serviceable to heavens king wilt thou impute to obedience with the fear extorts or pleasure to do. Ill excites what. I'm malice moved the to miss team of righteous job then cruelly to afflict him with all inflictions but his patients one the other service was i chosen task to be a liar in four hundred miles for lying is die sustenance thy food..
"john milton" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio
"From the top. Well, I mean the December thing one. It was before teams were built the way their necks like you could be George Summer in the seventies, right? You could just buy players with the beginning of free agency team's too smart for that. Now is not the way to win. And the second thing about this Steinberger comparison. That nineties Yankees dynasty was built when Simon was suspended. He had to be like he got in trouble. He was suspended. He left for two years and they fixed the farm system. He came back and then yeah, you know he wanted, you know, he's the owner that won all that stuff. That's what has happened. Just Middleton go away for two years. Kyra GM those weeds doing and you know you're still on the team began the way Talk to Warren and Gwyneth, pal. What's up, Warren? Did you want me to take off speaker real quick? Yes. Um, it's nice to have two wines in one night. I think that's a rarity already. Video. You know, when I first saw the first Warren, I just assumed it was you And then I realized as I was clicking in and put them on that he was different town. I was like, Wait a second. That's not Warren. Now we have one. Yes, I wanted to talk about John Milton. It's really hard to let go. I think after you have invested so much in into bees These people that you put all your trust into and I think that you know, he's he's wrestling with Letting go of the past and then trying to find a way to move on to the future without losing faith. And I would say to know that I would say You have more to lose by not changing then and to drag it out then, too. Just come to the decision that you've taken this road as far as it can go and now is the best time move forward and and clean the slate and move fresh into the new year. And that's what I would say personally to John Middleton. If if you were listening to your show, Yeah, go..
Michigan football quarterback Dylan McCaffrey reportedly opts out, will transfer
"Big 10 football Knowledge is six weeks away, as opposed to six months out. BJs Jeff Lesson at the Sports Desk. Good news and bad news for University of Michigan football fans. The good news is you and all the other big 10 schools will get to play an eight game season plus one plus maybe a conference title game starting the weekend of October. 23rd. The bad news is Michigan quarterback Dylan McCaffrey, according to a report from ESPN is opting out of the season and seeking a transfer. He had been competing for the starting job with John Milton and Kade McNamara but reportedly fell behind in that
"john milton" Discussed on Today in True Crime
"john milton" Discussed on Today in True Crime
"Today is Thursday August twenty seventh two, thousand twenty on this day in Sixteen Sixty King Charles. The second commanded English poet John Milton's books burned in the city of London. These events inspired the outspoken and controversial. To complete his epic poem. Paradise lost. Welcome to today in true crime a cast original. Today, we're covering John Milton's book burning and the events that caused it after a brutal civil war that led to the beheading of his father Charles. The second return to the city of London to reclaim the throne. But he was back with a vendetta and John Milton a committed Republican with a knack for spreading anti royalist propaganda was at the top of his list. Let's go back to August twenty. Seventh Sixteen Sixty. For.
"john milton" Discussed on Mindfulness Mode
"That's for sure you gathered it altogether at one point you talked about. Our brain is like a cake relays, and it just created such a great image in my mind, you know, and two of those layers do not operate with reason. Which is a very important fact. Yeah. The majority of our mind is not amenable to it doesn't care about it. No. So we get ourselves in real predicaments. Don't -solutely. Absolutely, absolutely. Because the things that we love the things were passionate about aren't really amenable to reason. They don't have a lot of connection with it. And it's very easy to kind of wander off into areas that might not be you know, that are are rational mind is going. Oh my God. Oh my God. What are you doing? And then the the animal part of this is like shut up go away. I'm going back to the casino. I love this one quote by John Milton that you included in your book the mind is is its own place and in itself can make heaven of hell or a hell of heaven, and you had that hell that you're living through and somehow you got through it. And you became a person you were probably a person with tremendous wisdom before. But you seem to have this amazing level of wisdom. Now that you've that you've shared in your book. That's all that you really make me feel great. That's that's wonderful. Thank you. Well, it's true. It's true. And if you're listening to this now, and you haven't checked his book, you really have to lasting happiness secrets of the heart mind and spirit, and it's it doesn't cost a lot. It's a great book. It's got super images in it as well as as profound prof. Found knowledge that you'll just want to read over and over and over again, I always ask you questionable bullying because I worked in bullying prevention for a long time. And I know you talk in your book about how you know, we bully ourselves, you know, sometimes we're our own worst enemy. But do you have a a story that you could share a bow bullying where mindfulness would of or did make a difference? And I'm sure you've got thousands of them. But is there something you can share with us? Sure. Absolutely one one that comes immediately to mind, there's a lot of conflict in prisons, and violence and conflict are kind of at the core of that experience because you get a lot of people that really are rule breakers. And you get them all together and stuff them in one room, and they're not allowed to leave. That's prison. Right. So there was one thing, you know, in when you you mentioned this previously, and I found okay, bullying interesting. And so there was this one guy. Guy. And this was in Texas in a prison in Texas federal prison who just couldn't get along with anybody unions car cartel member. And he would he would bully because he was very large guy, and you know, worked out a lot..
"john milton" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind
"But then later on, you see this development in the Christian tradition where we're, Satan, takes on aspects of being an adversary of God himself. Satan is more this evil figure representing. There's still some sort of prosecutor type elements that the devil plays in the New Testament. For example, in the gospels when when Satan tempts Christ in Royal Dennis, right? So he's there again, you see, sort of like this prosecutor mindset wants to show how weak you are wants to make you fail. But then also there there's just this devil as a personification of sin or evil. And this definitely comes through in works like revelation. But then again, there is a whole lot that people believe about the devil that has nothing to do with the bible. It's not in the bible at all. It comes from things like link points out the rebel, angel character created by John Milton in paradise lost and continued in. Romantic literature traditions with poets like Blake and Baudelaire. This rebel angel character is not really a feature of the bible. It's more a feature of Milton and these other poets. And then of course you've got the images created an associated with the notion of satanic cults and black spots. Yeah, and this is where you see all this, this pagan be steel imagery of of Satan. As this this, the shaggy, you know, Lord of hell that engages in all of these, these crude axe with various the witches. Yeah, exactly. And we'll get more into where those depictions come from an minute. But with the exception, a link says of one ninth century old Saxon manuscript, all known literary descriptions of Satan were pretty closely based on the text of the New Testament until about fifteen eighty nine. When Christopher Marlowe wrote doctor Faustus, and of course, that was a play. He, you know, early modern play based on the Faust legend. The idea of an alchemist or a seeker of knowledge, someone who is egotistical and wants to wants more power than he really has coming to him and does a deal with the devil to get that power. But then of course, realizes only too late that the deal you make with the devil is always a bad deal right in this is such a staple of our of our satanic literature. I guess you'd say in storytelling that it we have. We often forget that it wasn't always baked into the pie, right? But outside of literature, now that that's when he was talking about literature outside of literature in the more popular folklore, the image of the devil was informed by fantasies about heretics in which is first appearing around the twelfth century in developing more as time went on, and he says, images of the devil, a really scarce in early Christian history that we have images of Satan as early as the ninth century. It really wasn't until about the thirteen hundreds that the images of Satan took on the visual characteristics. We now associate with Satan. And link rights indeed Mirroring what we were talking about earlier that the image of the devils pronged weapon or pitchfork is almost definitely derived from the Trident of Poseidon. So directly from this imagery of the gods of classical antiquity, which itself was probably derived from these three bolts of lightening shown in the grip of the ancient Babylonian storm got a DOD or hod which I mentioned earlier and so Haddad. If you look pictures of him there, they'll be these carvings and he'll be in profile walking, kind of like an Egyptian hieroglyphic character walking or something like that and DOD, we'll have his hand out. He'll be holding what looks like lightning bolts, but he'll be clutching them like their stocks of wheat. All right. Jesting Martic like a harvest of lightning, but so you might be wondering now wait a minute..
"john milton" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"Home and we went to his home twice in rang historical and nobody has answered can i ask why does it matter has he done anything illegal to my knowledge gaps uc shep you hasn't done anything illegal but he's using the internet and these using these chat forums to create a group of neo nazis in montreal and you know they might be ten fifteen twenty right now but those numbers are growing and if he's not stopped and if these guys aren't outed who knows what could happen it just takes one of these people who you know may have some kind of mental illness to pick up a gun and go outside and you did all this research you're a student journalist concordia university work for the link and now that you have put all this together to what work on this you un john milton this has become a national story what do you make then i don't think either of us thought that it would have this kind of national interest but we're very happy and you know we'll go from here we also know that when these groups are exposed or investigated by the media that they can react quite strenuously are you all concerned for your own security absolutely that's been a huge concern for us we've kind of been living in this story for the past few months since the anti fascist contacted us were pretty consistently looking over shoulder when we walked down the street i personally think that it's much better to out these guys and put myself in a place where i may not be secure as i was yesterday then let them continue organizing have you contacted the police.
"john milton" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"They going to house seth meyer's went a joke about this when he's hosting the golden globes i'm not sure you really can amine while something else where you really can up another competitive show american institution jeopardy is i think ready foursome presidential tweets protesting aid judgment that was made in a recent episode it had to do with a that a question whether they are trying to get an answer that brought together john milton and kolio and it sounded like this song by coolio from dangerous mines goes back in time to become a sixteen 67 john milton classic pick what is gangsters paradise lost okay that was a clever answering was the right answer as as alex trek certified right answer good gangsters paradise lost but then came the embarrassing reconsideration where they actually overturned the judgment our judges have reevaluate rated one of your responses a few moments ago nick usaid said gangsters instead of gangs stars on that song by kumio okay they actually of penalized him thirty two hundred dollars he lost the right answer because he said gangsters paradise laws not gangsta paradise laws it coolio actually is weighed in on this issue is it really right to insist on gangsta as opposed to gangster blue right michael medved show really an appropriate the the the the the.
"john milton" Discussed on KOMO
"John milton classic thinking in confusing nick has the answer no what is baxter's nice loss boom nick nails and women were dosing moments later the hammer comes down on the everett may oh no this was a big hammer who why go ahead alex break the news our judges had reevaluated wanted to responses a few moments ago make you say gangsters instead of gangs ties on that song by crew real so we take thirty two hundred away from you you were now in second place where he gets buzz because he said gangster instead of gangsta even coolio themselve offers a little grace gaming slowing but in an interview with tmz the rapper does go on to school are jeopardy contestant sprays this is why people are will always get huge trouble he meant to say trouble but the audio drought go on mr coolio is it is actually technically a s s nazi technically era zhou he's right and the judges on jeopardy use the dictionary definitions to make their case in a recent blog post gangster is defined as a member of a criminal gang gangstar is defined as a member of an urban territorial gang he may have lost to the game show gangsters before nick actually won on that episode and earned a fifteen thousand dollar prize but he also won a lot of extra attention for making alex drawback sound hip to the skip than to cool for school said gangsters instead of gangsta rap song by kunio congratula england's nick brian calvert komo news your money at twenty and fifty past the hour on komo news money business news october occupied propel insurance with 2018 now underway a new survey finds a continuing whole and americans understanding of retirement savings and financing the finance and investing education site invest a pedia and american century investments commissioned the survey provided adequate.
"john milton" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"How is how are they going to how is set myers when a joke about this when he's hosting the golden globes i'm not sure you really can meanwhile something else where you really can up another competitive show american institution jeopardy is i think ready for some presidential tweets protesting a judgment that was made in a recent episode it had to do with a that a question whether they trying to get an answer that brought together john milton and kolio and it sounded like this song by coolio from dangerous mines goes back in time to become a sixteen sixty seven john milton classic nick what is gangsters first okay that was a clever an'shan was the right answer as as a alex certified right answer good gangsters but then came the embarrassing reconsideration where they actually overturned the judgment our judges have waited one of your responses a few moments ago nick news said gangsters instead of 'gangstas on that song by kunio well okay they actually a pen from thirty two hundred dollars he lost the right answer because he said gangsters paradise lost not gangsta paradise law it it coolio actually is weighed in on this issue is it really right to insist on gangsta as opposed to gangster blue michael medved show really an appropriate the but the of the protest is currently shaking iran have enormous implications for us foreign policy and for the church stay tuned to breakpoint them from the colson center for christian worldview here's eric metaxas with breakpoint iranian citizens are rising up against their oppressive shiite government they shout death to the dictator while enduring tear gas water cannons arrest and death the demonstrations initially had to do with the sagging economy high unemployment and the increased cost of basic foods as one protester quoted in the washington post said when we don't have bread to eat we are not afraid of anything but these protests may have evolved into an open rebellion against iran's islamic leadership itself.
"john milton" Discussed on KHVH 830AM
"But evidently nick uh spicer is a museum educator from everett washington and are you gotta love this you know if i had a a suitably working electronic uh device i would be able to share with you exactly what happened of it because my commodore vic twenty a isn't um operating hazard should i shan't and i can't but this has to do with a question in the category of music and literature requiring contestants to linked to separate titles by a common word the klu read now it's fat oh my god i think this is going to be the two thousand eighteen um resolution i am going to throw this thing out the window and a great thing is our windows don't open but it's still going to be thrown against the window the the clue read a song by coolio from dangerous mines goes back in time to become a sixteen sixty seven john milton color lassic if you get some of that oh i know you probably need this you probably need a little bit of how well he goes this a song by coolio from dangerous mines goes back in time to become a night a sixteen sixty seven john milton classic okay well there you go so uh spicer he says what's what is gangsters a paradise lost yeah that's pretty good now you may not know a great deal about john milton and his classic book understand oh devices called the wrong fueled.
"john milton" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The cost this much on jeopardy this week one of the clues asked for a march of coolio polio and john milton a contesting buzzed in was gestures paradise lost ouster beck gave it to him but the judges said yet houston during stearns instead of gangs stars song by kunio sotrac took the contest is thirty two hundred dollars and his streak red it's morning edition starting january thirty in a late 17th century as seen from earth a star in the constellation cassiopia blasted itself to bits as a supernova today we see the stars remains as cassiopeia a and expanding cloud of gas and dust around the stars dead core cast a should have blazed as brightly as billions of normal stars so even though it's eleven thousand lightyears away it should have been one of the brightest objects in the night sky yet there are no confirmed reports that anyone on earth actually saw it that could mean that no one recorded the appearance of the new star or that the records have all vanished more likely though is that the light from the explosion was blocked by something between earth and cast a one possibility is that the star had staged an earlier outburst oblast known as a supernova impostor such an eruption isn't powerful enough to rip a star apart but if expels a lot of material into space the material could stick together to form grains of dust this material would form a cloud around the star absorbing edf alight including most of the light from the supernova researchers say there's evidence of an impostor in records from fifteen ninety two and ninety three korean astronomers recorded a guest star at about the same spot in the sky where cast a as found today the researchers suggests that the guest dr could have been an impostor outburst from cascais so far though is no confirmation that a little blast blocked.
"john milton" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"This is the john batchelor show gordon chang of the daily beast continues with me and we're joined by clottey rosetta the independent women's forum riding a pj media commenting on the as potties says candidly spectacular speech made by the president to the democracy of south korea john milton a poet from the revolutionary period in great britain in england the time used a metaphor i've always liked ever since i read it darkness visible gorgeous isn't it talks about evil well this speechwriter and the president came very close talking about north korea as impenetrable darkness very nice very nice without actually stealing from milton very nice claudia this was a spectacular speech was it reagan class good evening to you at why back john it wasn't exactly that tradition it did not have sort of the pair it wasn't it didn't didn't quite right to the terror down this wall in the center of a signal phrase that may be remembered for the a decade but it was not class it was that kind of message it was big and it put together just vital sings it didn't simply talk about the nuclear program or the threats or at the uh horrors of the total the terry in regime it took all of that and woven together and explained how they are all connected and that's just i've been waiting here's to hear at american president explain that to the world what are you i certainly agree with you and we got to remember that president trump delivered the speech after a siege in taking the chinese ruler spent three hours in 23 minutes making the case for dictatorial governance that at the opening of the 19th communist party congress on october eighteen and this i believe was america's response to that because trump talked about freedom free societies free markets free everything and contrasting now with the darkness as john puts it of the north korean regime but dictatorial governance so it seems to me that this was what the reach and was listening for and this is what they got when trump came in to speak to the national assembly.
"john milton" Discussed on WTMA
"This is the john batchelor show gordon chang of the daily beast continues with me a joined by rosset of the independent women's forum riding at pj media commenting on the as cloudy says candidly spectacular speech made by the president to the democracy of south korea john milton a poet from the revolutionary period in great britain in england with time used a metaphor i've always liked ever since i read darkness visible gorgeous isn't it talks about evil well this speechwriter and the president came very close talking about north korea as impenetrable darkness very nice very nice without actually stealing from milton very nice claudia was a spectacular speech was it reagan class good evening to you at why back gone it we're gonna uh uh and it did not have sort of the tear it wasn't it didn't didn't quite right to the tear down wall in the center of a signal phrase remembered for the a decade but it was not class it was that kind of message it was big and it's put together just vital sings it didn't simply talk about the nuclear program or the threats or the uh horrors of the total the terry in regime it took all of that and what was it together and explained how they are all connected and that's just i've been waiting here's to hear it american president explain that to the world gore review and we got to remember that president trump's delivered this speech after seen the chinese ruler us spent three hours three minutes making the case for dictatorial governance at the opening of the 19th communist party congress on october at and this i believe was america's response to that because trump talked about freedom free societies free markets free everything and contrasting now with the darkness as john puts it of the north korean regime of dictatorial governance so it seems to me that this was what the reaching was listening for and this is what they got when trump came in to speak to the national assembly and and really made the case for american and international values that's exactly right i mean this and it's something where you know where you can debate will he persuade the national assembly of korea which is filled with people who want sort of appeasement and don't want to comment this but it was a speech to the world that's exactly right and it was a speech.
"john milton" Discussed on Bookworm
"Of who has florida bellowed there is um the city of god singer guston following saint augustine um there's doer the artist following doer this john milton this is a story that rule be told as long as there is literature and guilt lemesh is a very ancient story but it was only recovered in the 19th century it went underground literally underground uh from the fall of the babylonian world until the colonial powers dug up and those konare form tablets and decipher them in the 19th century it has no history of the kind that you're just alluding to where tens of thousands hundreds of thousands of people mused over the meaning of these enigmatic uh versus a thought about who these people were and tried to unpack the story what does it mean male and female created he them to that mean that the original creature this is in chapter one was her hermaphrodite aware there are already too sexes what does it mean that at the mail that adam at is alone in the garden and then god says it's not good for the man to be alone couldn't god of thought of that from the beginning is it a second thought that his ad hoc had got have second thoughts and then when the bible says after god says that he introduces all of the animals to adam one thing the early rabbis thoughtless maybe that meant that adam tried all the other animals his companions including having sex with the other animals and found that it wasn't an adequate experience for him and then god uh did the surgical operation to create uh the female for him now.
"john milton" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know
"Bacchanalian decadence um which as will see with the church of satan um is a too far off they they certainly love their orgies sugar and they're trays of find meets and roasted meets in jesus jugs of wine um so in the middle ages in the renaissance than this this mythology christian mythologies expanded you get a couple of books that were very key into shaping who we think of today at satan right i one was a john milton's epic poem paradise lost then of course dante's divine comedy um this is where we got the idea that uh satan was an angel expelled from heaven because of his pride uh who then that said deny will defeat the lord law these are actually from two books written by dudes yeah a lot of the mythology about satan that christians understand as satan when they did just people in the culture generally understanding satan dog don't show up anywhere in the actual bible red testament or new testament all less of came afterwards so chuck the the enlightenment was another turning point then big time for the conception satan statenent this is his evolution as like a a scary supernatural otherworldly figure um takes a different turned because the enlightenment was based on rational thought gear secular humanism finds its roots the enlightenment and um they started to come to see satan as a kind of a creative force almost yet a foil to the establishment this idea that satan is um the opposite of the establish norms in customs in in moral goods zia um.
"john milton" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"And i'm reading it right now and i'm not kidding yesterday i turn to a page and it says that this guy at a number of books on his bookshelf and one of them was my book miracles and it's so freaked me and i thought that's really creepy read about like it's you know this kind of weird thing but i think that's part of the fun of writing i like alley arman doris she's one of my protagonist armadores was my mom's maiden name and so what i will part of what i had fun doing is i was naming the character the name have significant is to try to name it after family members and friends like that but uh but yet that is part of the fun of of fiction that i can play with reality a little by the way i don't wanna forget i wanna tides back the galileo this is not a joke in in in paradise lost written by john milton okay in the middle of the seventeenth century in paradise lost imagines when the great epic poems written history the world he mentions one living person by name and that person is galileo really can you imagine the mentioned in an epic poem like that's that's kinda cool but don't you you imagine that all of milton's contemporaries furious that they were not mentioned in paradise lost yeah the furious that they have their you know it's like when the guy gets up there to set the cat amelia i wanna thank my mom and then antilles call them and says you didn't mention me exactly what about me and my chop kicking off the pole that had poured their lives into milton they got nothing and they're probably thinking the a freaking bone here help me you couldn't mention me in this gigantic palm you mentioned galileo somebody never even matt what's wrong with you okay we got we got to get back to your novel okay so you sir i have written a novel but i really that's a big deal because you're in a lot of books reading a novels a whole different boy it's going from badminton to tennis it's so different people think it similar but it's not it's not eric and and you you know in you you written.