35 Burst results for "Jonathan G."

Curry's 35 points send Warriors past Raptors, 129-117

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 5 d ago

Curry's 35 points send Warriors past Raptors, 129-117

"Steph Curry's 35 points at 11 assists helped the warriors beat the raptors one 29 one 17. Klay Thompson knocked down 6 three pointers after going zero for 5 from beyond the arc. He had 29 points for the warriors, whose bench out scored Toronto's backups 39 26. Jonathan cameo led the bench attack with 15 points. Kevon Looney returned to the starting lineup and had 12 points and 8 boards. Fred van vliet had 28 points in ten assists for the raptors, Scotty Barnes had 24 points and Pascal siakam had 21. I'm Dave ferry.

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Founder Steve Maxwell Tells Us About CCDF-USA

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:18 min | Last week

Founder Steve Maxwell Tells Us About CCDF-USA

"Joining us now is Steve Maxwell founder of CCD F USA and Jonathan houlihan, director of legal operations for CCD F USA in Texas, Steven Jonathan, welcome Steve. Why don't you take an opportunity to introduce the organization and what you guys are able to do and the points on the board you're putting up. Very good. Thank you, Charlie. Thank you for having us on today. Yeah. Organization was founded in April of 2021. And the main mission at the national level is to engage the citizens in critical counties in the country and empower them with the tools that they need to go after this apparatus. It's really trying to take our country down. So at the local level, they're focused on elections, anything to do with elections, education. We have a faith division. And also just follow the money. And then at the national level, we have a legal team of media team. We have information services where we can really do a lot of analytics analysis to follow with its money's going. And then we have an administration team that helps them with all the administration side of their local county operation. And since we've started Charlie, it's been we can only give God credit for the results we've had so far. We're just really getting going and we're really excited about what we're talking to you about today.

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Rep. Andy Biggs Wants a Fiscal Path of Sustainability

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:00 min | Last week

Rep. Andy Biggs Wants a Fiscal Path of Sustainability

"Likely is it to get to some of the meteor topics? Because I agree, and I know you do, you want to get to the real meat of it. But the woke stuff obviously, I think, is important for a variety of reasons, but the real meat is in sending the money to Ukraine. It's the massive amount of waste in the civil bureaucracies, like the 87,000 IRS agents, and so what is the plan or the strategy to be able to kind of go through this? I mean, I think we should entertain a government shutdown. I think it's that important, but I don't know if the shutdown actually is part of this, right? This is a separate issue because this is about just the full faith and credit of the United States. Is that correct? Yeah, this doesn't really ultimately lend itself to a budget government shutdown. What it does is it provides leverage in Charlie, I'm a big believer that legislating involves leverage. This is a leverage point for us to reduce spending. So you're right. Last year, most people don't realize this, we spent a $125 billion to Ukraine. Charlie, a $125 billion to Ukraine in an undeclared war that we're not supposed to be fighting in and it's supposed to be and it's become a proxy war. Those are the type of things that are just outrageous. And there's so much of it there. My staff last year we put together a big list. Just a Department of Homeland Security alone. And this is where you need to go as to start. It's the easy. That's what I call, it's the low hanging fruit. But Charlie, we fight within our own party. I once had a bill to eliminate a 15, $20 million program that was everybody admitted was duplicated in two other agencies. And I couldn't even get it out of committee. I only had like four or 5 Republicans vote for it in committee. That's where we're up against Charlie, and that's why this is an important leverage point. If we're ever going to get back on a fiscal path of sustainability. So

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The Debt Ceiling Showdown With Congressman Andy Biggs

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:17 min | Last week

The Debt Ceiling Showdown With Congressman Andy Biggs

"There is a critical fight that is looming in Congress. In fact, it's happening right now. I'm going to read from Politico dot com. Senate Republicans tell the house the debt ceiling fight is on you, basically the Senate Republicans are doing what they do best, which is to run to the hills and do absolutely nothing. So this is on the new House of Representatives to fight to hold the line and hopefully use the debt ceiling fight as a way to get an effectuate some meaningful change. Joining us now from the great state of Arizona is Andy Biggs, Andy, welcome back to the program. Hey, Charlie, good to be with you. So Andy, walk us through what is exactly going on with the debt ceiling fight, the Senate wants nothing to do with it, but we have the majority and more specifically the house freedom caucus has really more power than ever before. So what's the strategy what's the game plan of this critical fight? Okay, so for people who don't understand this, the debt ceiling hit last week and that's an estimation that we're going to run out of money. Now the way that happens is that came on the 19th and then from the 19th for about until July or August, we have enough money, but we have enough we're going to take some special measures to get us through that. But before then, we're going to have to raise the debt ceiling, so we don't default on our loans. So that that's what it boils down to. The problem is the Democrats and some of my own Republican friends have spent this into oblivion to get there and they believe in something called the modern monetary theory, Charlie, which means that you could just keep printing money and it won't have any effects. In other words, you can just keep borrowing money. So what we need to do is to counterbalance that you're going to have to have a short term increase in your debt in order to pay off all of your loans and other your obligations. But you're going to have to reduce your spending and the way you reduce your spending as you go through, first of all, and you find anything, just like you would in a normal budget. I did it last week. I didn't realize I had so many Amazon channels. Amazon Prime channels, Charlie. And so I went through and I just started whacking them because it's crazy. You have to do the same thing at a bigger level.

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Democrat Sheila Jackson Lee Introduces Anti-White Supremacy Bill

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:56 min | 2 weeks ago

Democrat Sheila Jackson Lee Introduces Anti-White Supremacy Bill

"I get into today's episode, I have to talk about Sheila Jackson Lee. Sheila Jackson Lee is a congresswoman from Texas. I served with her. Sheila Jackson only has an amendment for everything an idea for everything and never failed to meet a mic in a speech that she didn't want to give. She gives more one minute. She gives more basically extension of remarks than almost any other member. But she's now come up with something that should be very concerning and it is a bill that comes up. It's called leading against Watson supremacy act of 2023. Now, it would not make it just a federal crime to commit a crime that was inspired by what supremacy. In other words, sort of take off with a hate crime legislation. I asked her enhancements. But it would also make it to a crime to post something on social media that promotes white supremacy views if someone else sees it and then commits a crime. This is a starting to draw the attention to everybody from Jonathan turley and everybody else on down. But listen to that. If you post something, they go out and do something and it somehow you're viewed as wide supremacy. Again, just an overt attack on the First Amendment. Again, Sheila Jackson Lee's, I think, knows better than this. I think this is a statement bill that she wants to people to talk about or draw attention to. But at the end of the day, folks, we've got to quit playing fast and loose with the constitution. Play it fast and lose the constitution is not a good idea. And when it comes to the issues of speech, remember, I've said it here in this podcast for I'll say it again. The First Amendment exists for speech that you do not like. It protects the speech that actually makes you upset. It is that kind of speech that is really protected as political space. And by the way, it's a government actor here. She's putting the government right in the middle of this. And again, unconstitutional is all comes. But just something to point out.

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Poole scores career-high 43, Warriors win 1st without Curry

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | Last month

Poole scores career-high 43, Warriors win 1st without Curry

"What a night for Jordan Poole, the warriors guard had a career high 43 points to lead Golden State to a one 26 one ten thrashing of the raptors at Scotiabank arena. Poole, when 14 of 23 from the field and hit 5 threes and has now averaging almost 31 points per game without Steph Curry in the lineup this season. Just trying to get easy baskets. Automate the right place and just try to execute. Draymond green and Klay Thompson added 17 each. Pascal siakam led all point getters for the home side with 27, Fred van vliet added 22 as the raptors losing streak climbed to 5 games. Jonathan, to run

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Tierney gets 1st goal for Panthers in 5-1 win over Red Wings

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | Last month

Tierney gets 1st goal for Panthers in 5-1 win over Red Wings

"Matthew kachak provided a goal and an assist while the panther scored four times in the second period of a 5 one downing of the red wings. A two Lewis starring in and Josh mahura scored 58 seconds apart to put the cats ahead three zero two 45 into the middle period. Matt kirste and kuchuk scored in a 45 second span of the second period. Chris Tierney so tallied. And Sergey barsky turned back 20 shots for the Panthers. Jonathan bear green scored on a power play for Detroit, which suffered just its 8th regulation loss in 26 games. I'm Dave ferry

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Tyler Bowyer and Charlie Dissect What Happened on 11/08

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:29 min | 2 months ago

Tyler Bowyer and Charlie Dissect What Happened on 11/08

"Through this real quick. We had one of the most heated elections ever for governor in Arizona. The Democrats view this as a purple state, Harry Lake is the best candidate that's probably ever run in the state of Arizona and probably the southwest probably the west, probably less than Mississippi, but maybe ever. And certainly this century in America for governor. And we're expected to believe that turnout was less than for Kirsten. Doug ducey and his no name opposition came in while the population has grown considerably since 2008. Well, the population has grown considerably. And so then that begs the question, which is like Jonathan's asking here, which is like, okay, so you're telling me that all these people, all these registration, all these people showed up in 2020, and all of a sudden, just like vaporized. You know, on both sides. So what is the explanation in that they went to a polling place and they were deterred by the lines? Well, I mean, I think the Democrats weren't sure that this was all going to work, but they knew if they had a chance. This is what they had to do to make it work, right? This is like the people, the only way that they could feasibly win Arizona is voter suppression at the end of the day. And that's exactly what happened on 11 8. Is voter suppression. And also just hoping that our team would be lazy. And unfortunately, in some of the rural counties in Arizona, we didn't have as high a turnout. Yeah, so 210,000 non Maricopa Trump voters did not vote.

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28 Days Later: Maricopa Edition With Jonathan Cagle

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:20 min | 2 months ago

28 Days Later: Maricopa Edition With Jonathan Cagle

"Is it fair to say that Maricopa County intentionally did not have the infrastructure? To be able to facilitate what Carrie Lake needed on election day. It would be 100% accurate to say that or fair to say because if they anticipate 750 or 800,000, but their max infrastructure can only accommodate 300 and 20,000 or even 350,000, you have a huge deficit that you can accommodate already going in. So I suppose the question is, you know, how do we go about fixing this? Tyler and I talked about it. But before we go into that, I just want to kind of remind our listeners. So Arizona does voting in a very bizarre way. 223 voting centers in Maricopa County. Can you walk us through your math again because Tyler and I, when we did our math, we were anticipating. This is why this is why on the live stream we were so committed to saying Kerry is going to win because we thought on election day, okay, 300 to 330,000 people were going to show up on election day. Ended up being like two 70, right, two 49, two 70, right? Right near there? I have the number right in front of me, but it was below our expectations. So then we said, okay, people just ended up dropping off their ballots, right? People did ballot drop offs, which did not perform very well for us. As well as we wanted them to. They were really harvesting last minute ballots. Yeah, they were clearly illegally harvesting them. And that was just shocking because we said, why is it that these precincts that should be voting for Carrie Lake are not voting for with ballot drop? Because Carrie underperformed Trump 2020. Really hard to believe, right? So therefore, you know, our math wasn't wrong in our projections our predictions, but the only missing widget if you will, Jonathan, is that there were people that had the intent to vote and they ended up not voting. Is that right? Yeah, absolutely. So if you look at their 2022 election plan document where they explain their model, they give a basically a number of total polling sites of 220, they give 25 voting booths per site, and they give the total time it takes for one person to basically cast their vote, which includes a three minute check time and an 11 minute cast of ballot time.

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A Mathematically Improbable Shortfall in Election Day Turnout in AZ

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:21 min | 2 months ago

A Mathematically Improbable Shortfall in Election Day Turnout in AZ

"With us as Tyler Boyer, who is one of the one 68 on the RNC from the great state of Arizona and joining us now is Jonathan cagle who has had some very interesting tweets and a data analysis about what happened in Arizona. Jonathan, welcome to the program. Good to be here, Charlie. Okay, so Jonathan, you have your data guy, your financial analyst, and you've gone through some of the data from this last election. What have you found when it pertains to the Arizona election? I would say probably 5 or 6 different shows. I'd imagine, but the mathematics really just don't add up. And in the time environment that we live in, where the language is being sacrificed to conceded every day, it's important to stay in tune to mathematics because massive from one language to the climate changing. And so if we can if you can make the numbers match up or not match up, hard to argue against this. Okay, so give us some examples. What does that mean? So walk us through some of the math that you find to be illuminating for our audience. So basically, what I was looking at is demographics, you know, obviously Democrats are more likely to vote in by mail or early and Republicans are less trusting. So they're more likely to vote in person on election day, minimize the number of chains of capacity that they have to go through. And Maricopa also knew this as well. And so when you're going through into an election that's very polarizing and you're expecting a surge in turnout, it's very good to have a baseline going in in the event that any kind of shenanigans happen. So what I did is I looked at the number of mail in and early ballots they had received, which they wide was 1.4 million and 976,000 of those were for Maricopa County as well. I also knew the population demographics of Maricopa tends to be roughly 62% of Arizona's total state population being one of the largest counties in the country. So what I wanted to know is, okay, compared to 2020, what are they expecting? Well, America puts on documentation, said that they had 395,000 in voters on election day that they accommodated. Using only a 175 in person polling places.

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The White-Collar Recession

The Breakdown

01:29 min | 2 months ago

The White-Collar Recession

"Right now, some of Wall Street's loudest voices are sounding the alarm about next year's outlook for the U.S. economy and equity markets. Goldman Sachs, David Solomon, said that the economy faces quote a bumpy road ahead. JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon held a view that the U.S. would see a, quote, mild to hard recession. Morgan Stanley wealth management's Lisa's shallots said corporations are facing a rude awakening on earnings. And the CIO of UBS global wealth management recently wrote, we do not think the economic conditions for a sustained upturn are yet in place. Growth is slowing in central banks are still raising rates. Now, equity investors appear to be taking note. After a two month rally, the S&P 500 has fallen in 8 of the last 7 sessions, including a brutal 1.4% drawdown on Tuesday. Equity strategists who are typically perma bullish are now on average predicting a down year in 2023. BlackRock strategists wrote a recession is foretold. Central banks are on course to over tighten policy as they seek to tame inflation. Equity valuations don't yet reflect the damage ahead in our view. Chart readers are also finding few reasons for hope. Each year, the S&P 500 suffers a 50% drawdown through November, December is typically much weaker according to BTIG Jonathan krinsky. This year's drawdown to date has exceeded 19%, with multiple projections off the 200 day moving average, including the end of the rally last week. Morgan Stanley strategist Michael Wilson, notable for being bearish equities, encouraged his readers to take profits in this week's note. The risk reward for playing for more upside quite poor at this time and now we are sellers again.

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Jonathan Gilliam: Did the FedEx Driver Target the 7-Year-Old Girl?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:57 min | 2 months ago

Jonathan Gilliam: Did the FedEx Driver Target the 7-Year-Old Girl?

"On Fox News channel, Eric Shawn, interviewed former FBI special agent Jonathan Gilliam, talking about the murder of this little beautiful girl in Boyd, Texas. Listen to this exchange that maybe shed some light on why these acts of evil or at least how it occurs anyway. When they hear the little Athena down the block, you know, suddenly missing, as she comes home from school, is with her stepmother, her stepmother's making dinner and she at some point, perhaps went outside of the front yard, where she had an interaction with this FedEx driver. Do we know, you know, any information about that details on that and why this time went by before the stepmother realized that little girl was gone. I saw one report and I didn't see it again that they had had a little bit of an argument, you know, her in the 7 year old. And so she left out of the house. Now that happens every day all day around the country in the world. And unfortunately, this predator was outside waiting. I would suspect when they look into this. So one of two things probably happened that the FedEx driver drove by and saw her and took a target of opportunity or he was there earlier or around that area before and picked up on this young girl. So there's a possibility that that occurred, I think we've seen that in the past with these types of predators. And interestingly enough, when I was looking at the FedEx page a minute ago about what it takes to become a contractor there, there are some things that they have some hoops they have to jump through. But one of the things that surprised me is that if you have a felony or any other record or you're on probation or have been on parole, they're okay with that as long as it's been a year since those things passed.

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Heinicke, defense lead Commanders over Texans 23-10

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 2 months ago

Heinicke, defense lead Commanders over Texans 23-10

"The commander is allowed just 5 yards in the first half as they won for the 5th time in 6 games beating the Texans 23 to ten On Houston's second play from scrimmage Kendall fuller intercepted Davis mills and returned it 37 yards for a touchdown Commanders defensive tackle Jonathan Allen I think K four and the defensive backs had a phenomenal game and allowed us to put up some of the numbers we did I mean all in all the defense played phenomenal You know I wish we would finish better to get to where we want to get to We got to finish games a little bit better than that And we understand that Washington's defense held Houston's rushing attack to 21 yards on 16 carries and finished with 5 sacks Adam Spillane Houston

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Colts beat Raiders, find something to build on in Jeff Saturday’s debut

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 2 months ago

Colts beat Raiders, find something to build on in Jeff Saturday’s debut

"The colts won their first game under interim coach Jeff Saturday beating the Raiders 25 20 quarterback Matt Ryan was back under center and threw a 35 yard scoring strike to Paris Campbell with 5 O 7 remaining It came after he converted a third and three with a 39 yard run Ryan completed 21 of 28 passes for 222 yards And Jonathan Taylor rushed for 147 yards including a 66 yard touchdown Derek Carr was 24 of 37 for 248 yards and two TDs with

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Privacy 101 With Jonathan Wu

The Breakdown

01:55 min | 2 months ago

Privacy 101 With Jonathan Wu

"Let's start with sort of a privacy kind of one O one. So your perception of first why privacy is important. Second, what's broken about privacy right now? And you can take that in the context of crypto slash DeFi, specifically, or you can kind of talk more broadly. And then three, maybe is sort of what you think the tradeoffs are as we currently kind of live within them. Yeah, for sure. A lot there. I mean, I would first say that a lot of people say things like privacy as a human right. And what that means to me is that privacy is a fundamental building block for our society that works. When you record all the things that you expect to be private in a given day, you'll realize that most of the things that you do are private. And so privacy is a human right means to me, like the right to your own thoughts, the right to your own intellectual property, what is intellectual property, something that you created in your own head. But I would say on blockchain privacy has three primary values in my mind. Number one, privacy as a mode of discretion. It's not very comfortable for everyone just to know what you're doing. And we like to say, if you don't care about privacy, then why don't you let people watch you shower? Well, rationally, there's no really strong reason, right? It's just like, it doesn't feel very comfortable. We know that privacy is really important from a security perspective because if everyone can see what you're doing, they know what you own, they can track your transactions, they confront on you. And then the last thing is privacy is a creative force. Privacy is a mechanism that we use to play a lot of different games. And people don't really like to think of it that way, but let's say you and I have a deck of cards and we wanted to play a game. And one of the requirements was that we had to play only games that were face up. It's a very small universe of games that we can play only with face up cards, right? And the whole deck is face up. That's basically what public blockchains are today. And so the introduction of privacy isn't just obfuscation of transactions for anonymity sake or confidentiality sake. It's also introducing a completely new mechanism for human behavior and coordination.

Once and Future Prime Minister of Israel Shares His Story

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:28 min | 3 months ago

Once and Future Prime Minister of Israel Shares His Story

"Years ago, my next guest stormed an airplane got shot for his efforts, saved a bunch of passengers for Palestinian terrorists killed, but you probably better know him as the once and future prime minister of Israel, Bibi Netanyahu. Mister prime minister, welcome to the U.S. show. Great to have you on. Good to be with you. I have with your audience as well. I have greatly enjoyed BB my story. Jonathan Karp sent it to me on Friday and I've done nothing but read it and listen to it and I enjoyed the fact that you recorded the end of the book, but not the beginning. So I got through your accent pretty good at the end there. Let's start with the beginning though. And an argument among brothers on a tarmac about who is going to rush into an airplane. I've never read that before. That might be familiar to listeners in Israel, but ain't familiar to Americans. That's kind of an extraordinary story. Well, indeed it was. I could tell you that far from being just an extraordinary story was an extraordinary in many ways an unbelievable moment in my life. And it's one where my brother was pitted against me, we had 16 soldiers from our unit just as mechanics about to fix and fix a hijacked plane. That was a ruse arranged by a point by defense minister dayan to overtake these hijacked claims that landed near Tel Aviv,

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MarketWatch: Hedge-Fund Giant Elliott Warns of Global Collapse

Mark Levin

01:14 min | 3 months ago

MarketWatch: Hedge-Fund Giant Elliott Warns of Global Collapse

"Hedge fund giant Elliott warns looming hyperinflation could lead to global societal collapse By end visca Patel Want to hear this That's two depressing No we got to hear it Investors should not assume they have seen everything That's executives at leading hedge fund firm Elliott management corporation Warning that the world is heading towards the worst financial crisis since World War II In a letter sent to investors and reportedly seen by the Financial Times The Florida headquartered firm told clients it believes the global economy is an extremely challenging situation That could lead to hyperinflation This is from MarketWatch which is a reputable news site The firm led by billionaire Paul singer and Jonathan Pollack told its clients that investors should not assume they've seen everything because they've been through the peaks and the troughs of the 1987 crash the dot com boom and bust the 2008 global financial crisis and previous bear and bull markets

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Houston cops seek shooters in Migos rapper Takeoff's slaying

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 3 months ago

Houston cops seek shooters in Migos rapper Takeoff's slaying

"The shooting death of rap star take off was a shock to the hip hop community but he may not be as familiar to those who are in to wrap his report on why his death has resonated with so many Take off was just 28 when he was shot to death in Houston but AP entertainment correspondent Jonathan landrum junior says he had already carved out for himself a fairly rich musical legacy He's not known as will as much as quavo and offset He has done a lot on the music and he was really looking to prove himself Take off was the youngest and most laid back of the trio Migos made up of him his uncle quavo and his cousin offset but while the other two got attention with high profile collaborations and celebrity stuff take off did his talking through his lyrics His new album only built for an infinity links done with quavo was designed to help him get more respect for his rap lyrics but now with his untimely death it only serves as a bitter reminder of what might have been A Moscow's Gabriel album

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"jonathan g." Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

05:12 min | 5 months ago

"jonathan g." Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"It couldn't be clearer. It's in the first couple of pages of genesis. We'll be right back talking to Jonathan Khan, the book is the return of the gods. With the days are longer the nights are stronger than you. Flow. Folks, I am enjoying my conversation with rabbi Jonathan Khan, he has a brand new book I call the return of the gods, in some ways it's your most provocative book, which is saying a heck of a lot, but what you say in here is so central to where we are, so what should we say we just get a couple of minutes left in this hour? I think there's so much and I'm blessed we'll be able to do more. Well, this is affecting everything. And one of the things that kind of sum up, what the spirits do is they seek destruction. This destruction of life, destruction of gender, destruction of marriage, the structure of family. And to remove things from their purpose. So if they can remove men from the purpose of men, women from the purpose of women, family from the marriage, that's what we've been watching. And the other thing is, I like how you say you said this has happened a few minutes ago, like this whole new movement. So it just happened yesterday and everybody's acting like this. But this is what's so, this is what should tip people off. It's kind of like, you know, when the Nazis took over, they suddenly said, oh, this is the new reality. And a lot of people are like, oh, okay, okay, okay, and you think, wait a second. Wait a second. Where did this come from? So this transgender thing. I mean, I was with a secular doctor in New York here. And I don't know if you knew where I was coming from, but you know, Jewish guy, whatever, and he says, hey, this transcendent thing. Can I ask you politically incorrect question? He said to me, I said, of course. And he says, you know, I had a patient 12 year old wants to identify as that they. And he looked at me like, is this like, is this a thing when we were growing up? Effectively. Where in the world did this suddenly come from that suddenly there's this new reality that there's such a thing as a young man who decides to be called the they. Yeah, which has never been in one sense, but on the other hand, it came from this. If we were alive, there's nothing new. If we were to live back then as Christians, we would have seen that we would have seen priests of this goddess dressed up as that. We would see even transitioning. We have time we'll go to we will see the transitioning of people from one to the other. This is where it goes. It was all going this way from the beginning. I mean, when we turned away from God and we start seeing the sexual revolution, we started seeing a spirit that was coming against manhood at male as male, female as female. You know, if a woman says, you know, if a man acts masculine, they'll say that's toxic masculinity. If a woman does, they applaud it. What's that? What is that? That's the spirit. It's been happening in every factor of our society. It's called shut up, don't ask questions. Don't be consistent. Just go with it. This is, this is the latter work of this. This is the this is where it was going to go anyway. It was going to go this way because this is what started then. Once you turn away from God, you put them out, you lose your identity. You lose your purpose. You lose your if you're a man, you lose that. Everything. This is what the gods do. And that's why I believe it's crucial for this hour. That's why that's why I was led to write it. Even though I knew there's going to be a backlash, you know, I knew it was going to be explosive. If there's no backlash, it's not worth writing, right? Let's face it that we're living in the midst of a battle. That's right. And you and I, we pray that God can wake up those who would be woken up. Some people will be lockstep, sleepwalking, to the cliff. They do not, they will not wake up, but there are people who have seen enough. This is my theory. They've seen enough to say, you know what? I am willing to get a little radical because this is crazy. I had no idea that it would go here. And I think you saw this in Germany in the 30s. Martin niemoller woke up. He finally woke up. But when he woke up, it was too late. But he did wake up finally. He said, I didn't know if I would have known, I would have spoken up sooner. I don't care about my reputation or I care about truth. I care about God. We're out of time, but can I, can we continue to conversation, please? Yes. Okay, so folks, we're out of time for this hour, but lots more with rabbi Jonathan con the book is the return of the gods. Rabbi Jonathan, thank you so much. Thank you, Eric. When you shop at a Walmart vision center, you get it..

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"jonathan g." Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

07:29 min | 5 months ago

"jonathan g." Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"When you shop at a Walmart vision center, you get it. You know that you'll spend a little less on stylish glasses for the whole family. Welcome to the vision center. Let me know if you need help finding the perfect frames. Hey, mom, you were right. These glasses are cool. Pun. They take our insurance. That means papa's getting a new pair tube. Wow. Classes started just $39. Next up, groceries. So you can get a little more of what you need. Find the vision center near you. Save money, live better. Walmart folks, welcome to the Eric metaxas show sponsored by legacy precious metals. There's never been a better time to invest in precious metals, visit legacy p.m. investments dot com that's legacy p.m. investments dot com. Welcome to the Eric metaxas show with your host, Eric the Texas. Welcome to our two of the Eric metaxas show. For the remainder of the program, I'm gonna be playing the role of Eric metaxas. I apologize those of you who expected Hugh Jackman to be here. He's ill, and that's why we have understudies. And so I'm going to be playing the role. Okay, I'm talking to my friend Kevin McCullough after that we will talk to rabbi Jonathan Khan about his new book crazy, amazing stuff in there. But Kevin, while we still have you, I really want to, I want to ask you a few questions about the speech and about the situation in the country. First of all, why do you think the networks other than NBC did not carry a presidential speech? You normally that's what they did to Trump. They tried to shut him down, but it's kind of interesting to me. To be candid if the reports of White House staff thinking this was a bad idea, were true. We know that that party leaks things faster than they can be had. They may have in a decision of self editing decided to tell their people. If you don't choose to take this one, it's not the biggest loss for us. What unfortunately that did is it really drew attention to what we would then say about it in the talk a sphere on the days afterwards. And since the majority of the people didn't see it, mostly talk radio and how media interpreted it, became the way that it will be viewed long term and actually, I think we're pretty accurate in what we're saying. Well, again, to me, the most horrific thing was that it was an independence hall. I'm finally watching the HBO miniseries on John Adams that came out. I don't know, 15 years ago, I had never seen it because I won't bring HBO into my home, but it's available in other places. And when you know the history of America, and by the way, this is if you want to know how we got to this dark place, it's because we have ceased teaching the history of America. It's no longer part of the warp and woof of American life that we all know the story of bunker hill. We all know Lexington and Concord we all know these stories and we all know the battles and the sacrifices. When you know all of those things, you can't miss when you go wrong. You go, wait a minute. That's off. And so to have just seen the episode, I guess it's the second episode of the John Adams HBO series called independence and it's set in independence hall when I was at Yale. I was in the musical 1776, which really tells that story. And it is a sacred moment in the history of the world, what took place in that building, what took place in that building 11 years later in the constitutional convention. It is sacred folks. It's sacred because it established the idea that people can govern themselves. It is a beautiful, noble, amazing idea meant for the whole world. So to have Joe Biden give a speech like this in that place, it is, I mean, it feels deeply deeply creepy. It feels sick. It feels perverse to me that they did that. And does anybody have any plausible explanation of why they might have bathed it in this lurid red color? All I can think of is that there are some people, it's kind of like, you know, you remember the velvet hammer James baker would kind of frame things visually for Reagan, right? We want this kind of a background. We want the Brandenburg gate. We want to, I think that there have to be people working behind the scenes in this administration. It wasn't by accident. Who did this in a way calculated to provoke a patriotic Americans? Whatever the rationale was, Eric and I think we could all go crazy trying to come up with the explanation because I don't know that any of us think the way this group of people thinks. I spoke with one person last week who said who comments publicly on things on a regular basis from a think tank in Washington. And he said, well, it might have even been to pay homage to communism, which when different people have given speeches, colors have been used very prominently. It is interesting that one of the networks kind of thought it was a little too blood red. And got caught pink handed trying to tweak the color. If you watch the kids start at the speech to the wait a minute. Wait a minute. One of the networks tried to mess with the color because they felt that it tried to move it to a lighter pink. In the process of the coverage, yes. Well, look, blood, blood red, obviously evokes blood. But the color is also the color of the Chinese Communist Party. I don't know. It's the cover of the color of Soviet Russian communism. It's frankly bizarre that they would have done this. To me, it looked like the 7th realm of hell. I just couldn't get away from the whole. This is really shallow in my part, but my wife and I have watched the entire sequence of the office television show many, many times. There's a classic episode in that series where Dwight schrute is tricked by his coworker Jim Harper into giving an acceptance speech for an award that he gets. And Dwight's a little farm boy from rural Pennsylvania. But he thinks he knows everything. Jim's like, I've got this great speech for you. It was Mussolini's speech. He goes in, his translated into English. He gives his speech, he's pounding the podium like this. And he's got a red backdrop behind him. The comparisons seeing Joe Biden use both hands to double pound the podium while he makes these arguments about maga Americans and how terrible they are and how they want to bring America backwards. And then he cites the things that they want to do to bring us backwards like protect human life. And protect our children in schools. And everything that we think is good, he thinks is bad..

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"jonathan g." Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

04:54 min | 6 months ago

"jonathan g." Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"We'll be right back final segment. We're talking to rabbi Jonathan Khan. Understanding don't you know that this is true. My mother. Folks are talking to rabbi Jonathan Khan, we've mentioned the film the harbingers of things to come. You can see it at Salem now dot com. But you have a book coming out soon. What's that titled? Yeah. This is the most explosive book I've ever done. And it's called now that sounds like hyperbole because all of your books are pretty darn explosive. Why would you say it's the most explosive book? You'll see. You'll see when we do this. It is called the return of the gods. And it touches everything. I mean, everything and things that people don't touch. Everything that's happening right now. I would say, could there be a mystery behind the transformations, the movements? What's happening in America? What's transforming? That goes back to the Bible and goes back to ancient Mesopotamia. Could the beings we know we call gods, these fictional beings, could there be some reality could they actually be a reality to them? Could there be entities behind these gods? Actually, the Bible says there are. Well, I would assume that there are demonic entities behind these gods. Well, not only you're assuming it, yeah, the Bible says it outright says there are spirits. They call it in the Hebrew to cause them to shade and in the Greek cause that ammonia where we get the word demon demon yeah. Yeah. So it's saying, so here's the thing, and if the gods were when Christianity came, when the gospel came, it basically exercised western civilization. It was basically a possessed civilization, because these are spirits. So it exercised them. But the thing is that gods can end, but spirits remain. And so the thing is that if here's the warning. And I won't go into any detail. Well, I know we'll do a thing on it. But Jesus gave a warning about a parable. And the warning taken to us now is that if western civilization, America, ever turns away from God from the gospel. It will open the door. The spirits will return. The gods will return. When a student of what happened in Germany, it's exactly like that. It's happening now. And in the book, I'm going to reveal three particular gods. I call them the dark Trinity that are specific. And you know, Eric, when I speak about this, I don't speak generally. These are specific dates specific times affecting everything affecting marriage affecting gender, affecting sexuality, affecting everything linked to specific gods, even this city where we are right now. It's like ancient mythology unfolding. What we're dealing with, it's going to be explosive. Because we're talking about reality. This is not fiction. This is reality. So when we're talking about jezebel or any of these spirits, these are wicked spirits. So I don't know, will you talk about some of this stuff? But look, this is paganism. Yes. C. S. Lewis writes about this to some extent his book, the last of the space trilogy, which my brain is. But this is reality. It is reality, and you can't understand, like, how are you going to make sense of Hitler? You can't make sense trying to do secular terms. They can. It's spiritual. What's happening now? People are saying, what is going on? Even liberal, even secular people are saying, this is crazy. This is madness. It's spiritual. And it's specific. Eric, what are we going to open up on when we do it? But it's spiritual. It's specific. I speak about one call, the one called the possessor, another called the enchantress, another called the destroyer, and how they specifically transform and the goal, the goal of the gods and the spirits is to take a Christian nation and turn it into a pagan nation. And that's exactly what we've been witnessing. Yeah. To this day. No, there's absolutely no question of it. And it's kind of interesting as part of what in my book is atheism dead. I don't get into it too deeply, but the point is that when you take God out, atheism is not neutral, it's nihilism, it is satanic. It is inhuman. That is exactly from the ancient warning. He said, when he talked about the man who was cleansed of the spirits. He said, if the house, if the house remains clean and empty, it's not going to stay empty. Others are going to come in. And this lies behind everything that lies behind the rainbow. Well, when does the book come out? The book comes out September 6th, but they can pre order it. You can preorder it now. And it's called return of the gods. Yes. And if you go to Salem now, dot com you see the harbingers of things to come, Jonathan, God bless you. Thanks for your time..

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The Eric Metaxas Show

04:03 min | 6 months ago

"jonathan g." Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"If something's being canceled, you probably want to see it. Right. That's right. Okay. And we also should mention now Alvin, you and I are fans of the three Stooges. And they had a famous line wake up and go to sleep is one of their famous lines, wake up, they go to sleep. And you thought that's perfect for Mike lindell's new product, because Mike lindell, he's putting people to sleep with pillows with, you know, all of this, you know, the most the most comfortable sleep experience of your life, right? So if you go to my pillow dot com, you can get all this stuff that helps you to sleep. But now, at my store dot com, Mike has coffee to wake you up because you don't want to sleep forever, folks. It's good to sleep, but you don't want to sleep forever. Eventually at some point you need to wake up and get on with the day and while you're getting on with the day, why not go to my store dot com and get some of that nummy my coffee. But you got to use the code, Eric. Please use the code Erica just happens to be my name. It's coincidence, but we'll take it Eric is the code, go to my pillow dot com and my store dot com. And I do want to say to folks, if you want to get my books, you want to get the Bono for poster, the bond hopper poster, you put that up someplace, it will not fail to inspire you because the quote that's there speaks to where we are today. It's silence in the face of evil is itself evil. We all need to speak up. We all need to do our part. All right, when we come back, Jonathan Khan and an Eric two in our two Eric castle and animal algorithms. And disappears in case you haven't been paying attention. The Biden administration has caused a financial crisis and they have no clue how to fix it. Oil prices have skyrocketed and when oil prices go up, the cost of transportation and shipping spikes leading the prices of goods to rise. And when we're already seeing record inflation, that's the last thing we need. Our economy is in trouble and you need to take steps to protect yourself. If all your money is tied up in stocks, bonds and traditional markets, you are vulnerable. Gold is one of the best ways to protect your retirement, no matter what happens, you own your gold. It is real, it is physical, it's always been valuable since the dawn of time, legacy precious metals is the company I trust for investing in gold. They can help you roll your retirement account into a gold backed IRA where you still own the physical gold. They can also ship gold and precious metals safely and securely to your house called legacy at 8 6 6 5 two 8 1903 or visit them online at legacy p.m. investments dot com. Tell me Eric, why is relief factors so successful at lowering or eliminating pain? I'm often asked that question, the owners of relief factor tell me they believe our bodies were designed to heal. That's right, designed to heal, and I agree with them. So the doctors who formulated relief factor for them selected the four best ingredients, yes, 100% drug free ingredients, each helps your body deal with inflammation. Each of before ingredients deals with inflammation from a different metabolic pathway. And that right there approaching from four different angles may be why so many people find such wonderful relief. So if you've got back pain, shoulder neck hip knee or foot pain from exercise or just getting older, you should order the three week quick start discounted to only 1995 to see if it will work for you. It works for me. It has for about 70% of the half a million people who've tried it and have ordered more, go to relief factor dot com or call 804 relief to find out about this offer, feel the difference. Take a look at my girlfriend hey there folks, welcome back. I am sitting here in the studio with Jonathan Khan, Jonathan and welcome back..

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"jonathan g." Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

05:32 min | 6 months ago

"jonathan g." Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Me. And that's what so many people appreciate it. I'm just so grateful for you. Jonathan, Isaac, God bless you, young man, ladies and gentlemen, the book is why I stand. Thank you so much, Jonathan. Thank you so much for having me, my man. Okay, it's your last chance to sign up, folks. We're not kidding. August 3rd, fourth, 5th and 8th. We are taping the talk show. The talk late night talk show starring Eric metaxas. I will be playing the role of Eric metaxas, which you would expect. I've been training for it. Most of my life. We're going to have some big name guests. I can't announce them for some reason, but I'm just telling you, it's very exciting. And if you want to be part of the studio audience in New York, August 3rd, fourth, 5th, and 8th, we would love you to be there. But it's first come first serve, once it's filled up, that's that. So if you know anybody in the New York area who wants to come, if you want to fly in or come in for a few days or I don't know, we would love to have you. I will mingle with the crowd. We'll have a chance to meet and greet and hang out and I know we've got we do have friends flying in from all kinds of places like Colorado Springs and I can't mention their names, but we've got some friends coming in and it's exciting and who knows who the guests will be. I know some of them, but I can't really, I can't say it yet. Maybe I will be able to eventually. But August 3rd, fourth, 5th, and 8th. We want you our Friends to be in the audience. We want to hang out. It's going to be, it's going to be fun. Yeah, fun times. And I want to just remind you that if you're not signed up for Eric metaxas dot com, you don't know how to do this. So I'm just letting you know that you have to sign up for Eric metaxas dot com. Otherwise, you're not going to get the email. And then it's not even possible. But I'm telling you, there's a link to the newsletter. You sign up right there and you get it and Eric metaxas dot com. But I promise you, this is going to be a lot of fun for a lot of people and we want you to be some of those people. So please look into that soon. Speaking of good times, how about that Mike lindell? He has done it again. He's created a coffee. I don't believe he could claim to have invented coffee. I believe that was I'm pretty sure that was Leonardo da Vinci who invented coffee. But Mike lindell has created his own brand of coffee. It's called my coffee. Yeah. Not your coffee. My hey. Hey, let me at least finish my coffee. My coffee is available at my store dot com. There's all kinds of new stuff available at my store dot com. Yeah. Listen, if you're going to drink coffee and I drink a lot of coffee, you might as well get it from people who are kind of on our team. Mike lindell got to support the team. And quoting David putty from Seinfeld got to support the team. And if you want to support team, go to my store dot com, get my coffee. You can get anything there. You can get most of my books are available there. The bond hoffer posters. But you have to use the code Eric because you've got to support the team. And my store dot com has new products, but we're specifically letting you know that most people drink coffee. And if Mike lyndell raves about it, I'll bet you it's great coffee. But I have an ordered it yet because we just found out about it. We just so we're going to get my coffee. And remember, it's my coffee. When you get it, it's your coffee, but then you say, my coffee. So go to my store dot com, check it out. We should also tell you this month only new traumatic 30% off if you use the code Eric only this month, folks. 30% off, take advantage. It's not going to be that in August, I promise you, this is like, it's a big deal. 30% is a big deal. So use code Eric. And then we want to remind you to go to Salem now. Go to Salem that comes. There's a whole bunch of stuff there. There's the movie on Michelle Obama 2024. We need to know what she's up to 2000 mules. Obviously, if you haven't seen that, I am pretty sure you're a communist. Jonathan Khan has a harbinger film. So that's Salem now dot com. And finally, let me say for those of you who have offered up prayers for my dad, I want to say thank you. He's back home. He's doing well. I will see him this weekend. Anytime I'm around, obviously I go up there. But I just appreciate it. He's 95 and when you're 95, things get tough. And so, but what a blessing that I have him at 95. So I want to say thank you to all of you from the bottom of my heart. And we'll see you later. Now I'm Mickey D's when you buy any crispy chicken sandwich or quarter pounder with cheese, you'll get a free medium fry and free medium drink when you order on the app. So do you have the app? How you want to get this deal if you don't have the app. I know you have a phone. 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"jonathan g." Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:57 min | 6 months ago

"jonathan g." Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Guest ahead. Let me start out by saying on July 31st. I got to read my notes. July 31st, 2020, Orlando Magic starting forward, Jonathan Isaac, who's my guest. He was the lone NBA player, not to kneel for the national anthem amid a league wide demonstration in support of black lives matter. So to me, he's a hero. He took a lot of blowback for that. He's written a book about it called why I stand and here he is. My guess, Jonathan Isaac, welcome to the program. My man, thank you so much for having me. Glad to be here. Listen, so many people have just been so, so proud of you because at times like these, standing up for what you believe in is not a small thing. So I want to know your story. What brought you to that moment? Now I know you write about it in the book that I have here called why I stand. But how does Jonathan Isaac get to be the kind of a person who dares not to kneel when everybody says, oh, you got a nail. You got an eel. What brought you to that point in your life so that you are starting forward for a huge NBA team and you decide that you're going to take a stand literally. Well, I'm glad that you said that so much of it is in the book. And so it's a pretty long story and a long journey at that. And so I won't be able to go into everything, but what makes it significant is that much of my life growing up and even in college, I was not the person who would have ever dared to stand out in any way at all. I struggled severely with anxiety, fear, self insecurity, when I was the number one player in the state of Florida at Ford estate university. I was on anxiety medication to play and to practice. And it wasn't until I started to develop a relationship with Christ on where I started to find my identity in him and grow in that way..

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"jonathan g." Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

07:30 min | 6 months ago

"jonathan g." Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"I can't believe part of me can't believe we're really doing this, but we are doing this. And we want you to be there. So you have to sign up at there's an event bright page. I'm posting it on my social media, but you should get the email from us. I think today, or we'll send out the link again either over the weekend or Monday. But it's first come first served, August 3rd, fourth, 5th, and 8th. We're going to have musical guests. This is a big, this is like nuts. It's nuts. And we have a professional joke writers. Not like this stuff, like professional one of the writers for Letterman, one of the right. These are big deal people. So it's really, it's just going to be a blast. So we got to get that information out. Okay, got to say that. Then we also have to say that next week, we have a couple of special guests on the program next week and now they went out of my head. Probably years too. They went out of my head too, come on. Look at you and say, I think it's Doris Day, and Frank Sinatra, I'm pretty sure it's Doris Day. And Sinatra. Jonathan Khan's going to be back. And he's got a new movie that's at Salem now dot com. So Jonathan Kelly, who has harbingers. Jonathan Khan, that's one of the people. There's somebody else I can't remember now. Jonathan Khan, Greg Lori. Guy, remember their Victor Victor Davis Hanson, Victor Davis Hanson. And now Jonathan Khan, all the films that Salem now dot com. We recommend one of them is the Michelle Obama 2024 film. We have that guest on. We should replay the interview with him because that was really very very informative, it's important for us to understand the Marxist leanings of people that we think of, oh, that's a nice person. Well, maybe they seem nice, but if they want to take the country in a Marxist direction, that's not nice. It's going to hurt people, and we suppose to care about people. So we recommend you go to Salem now dot com. Also 2000 mules is there. If you haven't seen it, I'm pretty sure your Marxist. Or just a communist. Either one. One of them. 2000 mules is there. But the harbinger film, this is like, it's like the second harbinger film, right? This is like son of harbinger. Yeah, it's both actually he had two books. He put them together in one movie, and he's going to go on with some other things. Could I even ask? Jonathan Kahn, Jonathan, starring in son of harbinger. No, it's the bride of harbinger. Harbinger of the musical. Anyway, Salem Salem now dot com. Check it out. We should also mention, because it's July, this month only new traumatic dot com is giving us 30% off. If you use the code Eric. That's my code, but I'm letting you use it. Eric is the code 30% off. I don't know why they chose to do this. They did it for just a few products at the end of last month. And I think they decided to entice you to try their great stuff because I'm convinced once you've tried their stuff, you understand it is the best. I mean, they're the king of the nutraceuticals. And basically, they give 50% of what makes them amazing to me is they get 50% of their profits to missions organizations. So if you take vitamin C, vitamin D, melatonin, zinc, magnesium, all these things for immune system, the stuff that you should be taking every day. Why not get it from a company that shares our values? And why not get it during the very month when if you use the code Eric, you get 30 percent off. Not the normal 20, which is good, but 30, that's pretty good. So who else would like 30% off next week in the studio is going to be dick Morris? What? Yes. Dick Morris. Yes. In the studio. In the studio in a wonder, there was in the back of my head. I know it was like Morris is going to be right here. Here he comes. Okay. So next week is so amazing. I would just blow this week off. Today's Friday just ignore it. And just skip to next week. No, we have my next guest is Jonathan Isaac. He is actually a very big deal. I don't want to forget also to say that my store dot com. Mike lindell is launching a raft of new products at my store dot com when you go there when you go to my pillow dot com, please use the code Eric. But the most exciting new product, it's something I use every day, can you guess what it is? I'll give you a hint. It spelled CO F and I won't say the rest. Can you guess? On medicine? I'm going to wait. That's a no no, that's a good guess. That's a good guess. Thank you. But cough medicine can make you sleepy, this kind of wakes you up. Wakes you up. So CEO of. An amphetamine cocktail? No, it's coffee. Come on. That was so easy. So if you go to my pillow dot com or sorry, if you go to my store dot com, you can get coffee, and he calls it, of course, he calls it my coffee. So it's like, yeah, I'll be right with you. Just let me finish my coffee. I got to tell you, I'm excited that if you use the code Eric, you can buy coffee. Yeah. This is look, folks. Mike lindell, all of his products are next level, like everything. It's all made in America, blah, blah, blah, blah. It's great stuff. And you're supporting an American hero. He has been indefatigable at whatever that means. I don't know what that means. He's been indefatigable and wonderful. And you're also supporting this show if you use the code Eric, don't use those other codes. If you use the other codes, let me be blunt. It goes right into Nancy Pelosi's purse. Right next to her pills. And I want to say, we don't want that to happen. We want you to use the code, Eric, help support this program, help support Mike lyndell, my pillow dot com, my store dot com. The fact that he has coffee, I'm just going to go crazy. We'll be back with Jonathan Isaac hero. Modern day hero. Stick around. All right. There's a must see new movie on Salem now dot com called Michelle Obama 2024 her real-life story and plan for power. Film director Joel Gilbert takes a deep dive into the life of Michelle Obama from Chicago to Princeton to Martha's Vineyard. He says Michelle Obama will run for president in 2024 and base her candidacy on a life story that is more racially divisive and nearly as fictitious as that of her husband Barack. Check out the stunning new movie on Salem now, Michelle Obama a 2024. Michelle is following the same formula as Barack to become president of bestselling autobiography, the keynote convention speaker, and a voter registration organization. First Barack and now Michelle Obama want to transform America. Michelle Obama 2024 now playing on Salem now dot com. This new movie has stunning game changing revelations about Michelle Obama's past. The film director says only the truth can stop her. Michelle Obama 2024 watch the movie on demand or by the DVD at Salem now dot com..

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"jonathan g." Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:26 min | 10 months ago

"jonathan g." Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"There aren't many faces people are excited to see first thing in the morning before they've even had their coffee. But the McDonald's drive-through workers who take your order on the way to work have almost all of those faces. Because nothing brings more joy in the morning than a 99 cents, any size iced coffee. Pair it with a glazed pull apart donut for a truly great morning. Prices and participation may vary, can not be combined with any other offer. Only available until 11 a.m.. Bottom up, folks, welcome to the Eric metaxas show sponsored by legacy precious metals. There's never been a better time to invest in precious metals, visit legacy p.m. investments dot com that's legacy p.m. investments dot com. Welcome to the Eric metaxas show with your host Eric. Hey folks, welcome. Do I seem excited? That's because I am actually excited. I've as my guests right now here in the studio, someone with whom you may be familiar rabbi Jonathan Khan rabbi Jonathan Khan, welcome. Great to be here. Always. It's great to see you. I know you're just you're just coming from across the river here, but it's wonderful to have you. And I don't want to start with the most important thing you have a movie coming out. It's called, it's called the harbinger harbingers of things to come. It's the first time we've ever did this. The hard workers of things to come in a film in a motion picture, it'll be across the country everywhere. May 12th, fathom event. It's that one night Thursday night. And I'm in it. It's kind of documentary, but it's kind of going all across the country, opening up the message. It's very prophetic. I mean, if you could imagine it's a prophetic motion picture for believers. Come on. Really? Yeah. It actually is, yeah. So do I? Yeah. Okay, so all right, well then that's the next question. Now we know it's may 12th and theaters across America. What is in it? Because you've written so many books. What do you cover in this film? Yeah, it's taking the template of the harbingers, which the first book I ever did, of course, the harbinger. The last one I did, which I was with you, the other time, was the harbinger too, which of the sequels. So it has not stopped. The template of national judgment and warning on America has not stopped. And so this is bringing it up to date and for the people who have never heard the harbinger to those who do know harming her, what has happened since I wrote the orbiter, where things are going, what's happening to America, what do we need to know for the future? Where does this lead according to the template, according to the biblical pattern? And it's actually not just hearing about the harbingers of the different from the book is you're actually seeing them. So it's kind of going across the country opening up these mysteries. Okay, now a lot of people in the prophetic world have said Trump is coming back for a second term. Do you see that? I don't predict like that. But I can't say that's definitely going to happen, but we need to pray for it. We need to pray for God's will and the government. I know. I already knew that. I didn't need to have the expert Jonathan Khan on the program to tell me we need to pray for God's will for the government. So you know, and I know that we are obliged to pray. For God's.

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"jonathan g." Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

06:10 min | 1 year ago

"jonathan g." Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"It's an battle for you right. I pray eric. Every day that the lord would take this away from me. Take this cup right just like paul prayed that the thorn would be removed. It hasn't been removed due. I believe my god is big enough and powerful enough to do that. Absolutely is but yet in this kind of goes back to that proper theology of suffering. He hasn't done it so that means i have to. It is it is. It is important for me to interpret. My circumstances by who got is and not interpret. Who got is by circumstances right. And so i know god is good. I know that he allows these things and so it is an ongoing battle. And that means it's another opportunity for me to get closer to god and it also means that he's he's doing some things to continue to refine me and maybe even redefine me and so the people who have prayed and asked and they still struggle. I would say that doesn't mean you. Your prayers are bad. You don't have enough faith. There's unrepentant sin in your life. It means guess what they're still more that the lord wants to teach you through this. I mean that's again. That's the the the bigger thing is that there's so much here. Number one scripture says over and over god wants to to walk with us through difficulty He doesn't always make it. Go away. I walk through the valley of the shadow of death. I mean he doesn't say no. I'm going to take that away. You don't have to walk through the valley shadow. Death skip that that's old testament new testament. Victory victory victory. No we have to sometimes walk through these things and so the question is what god want to teach me in this difficulty but what you said earlier about sleep exercise diet the these are basic things and listen. There are a lot of people in the church that they completely ignore that. I mean i see people in the church and they look physically tremendously unhealthy. And it's not you know to come up to them and say hey you look like a wreck what is going on with you so we say nothing but if you love somebody you just think i of course i want them to feel well and to do well but these aren't conversations we we typically have we talk about. We talk about faith having faith. But i'm just glad john that you you have talked about this. I mean do you. You talk about your personal struggle in the book as well. Yeah absolutely. I talk about even just the moment that made me realize i needed to get help. You know It was a conversation with my wife. And when when your loved one the the one you love the most right is broken in front of you and struggling in saint john. I can't walk on eggshells. Which is a term of anyone who struggle with anxiety. You've heard that from your loved one. I can't walk on eggshells right. And so that's what really kind of finally broke through to me in eric. I also talk about this conversation that we're having about the have enough faith in that kind of thing. I had to have that conversation with my mom. And it was one of the most difficult conversations of my life. And so i know i put that in there because i know there's a lot of people that are being forced to have those conversations. You mean in so you mean. You were raised in a home. Where like you were saying your stepdad. Saying no i'm just i'm fine. I'm fine because people have been taught that even to acknowledge something is a quote unquote negative. Confession just speak face. Lisbie thing now i get that but it can become crazy. You've got to have a balance and some people they don't so it sounds to me like yeah. You're getting that message so strongly that you had to push back. Yeah absolutely and then. I also talk about even even if you don't struggle with mental health right. My stepdad and my sister both died within the last three years right. So so if all these all these things that i'm learning about mental health proper theology of suffering you know c. s. lewis again talks about like. You're never you never know what you believe until you're really forced to admit whether you believe it or not through drills and it was a moment where where i was forced to say. Do i really believe this right when your sister dies in a car accident. That's not her fault when your stepdad has a massive stroke and he's one of the healthiest people you know you know and so even if you don't struggle with mental health that idea of the proper theology of suffering is so foundational to the book that i think he can help a lot of people. I love at the proper theological foundation for suffering. You're right john because if you if you don't acknowledge that god allows bad things to happen then. The natural conclusion is. I did something wrong. Somebody did something wrong and you think first of all. We all did everything wrong. We are sinner saved by grace so we deserve nothing. God comes into our lives and he still allows difficulty. I mean think of the stories. We could tell people that we know. You just mentioned your own life. And i think that it is no less than the enemy of our souls that wants to tell us you did something wrong. You're bad you deserve this. That is not the voice of god. I know that's part of what you talk about. in here. I know the book's been doing well. Yes yeah. I woke up this morning. It was the number seventy seven bestseller on all of amazon. And i woke my wife up. I kinda discreet squeaked squealed a little bit in screeched you know. Get out of bed. You'll listen that shows you. The hunger for good information and wisdom is really what i'm looking for. That's the word on. This subject is huge. That's why so many people are buying the book folks. It's finding rest. Survivors guided navigating the valleys of faith and life by jonathan seidel. Sei jonathan thank. Hey folks eric taxes here. Joe biden and the democrats have laid out the most socialist agenda. Our country has ever seen instead of following president. Trump's blueprint that had the economy booming. The dems are going to raise taxes. Increased regulations and skyrocket and already outrageous national debt. If your retirement is in traditional investments it is in jeopardy. Americans should be diversifying their investments with gold and precious metals..

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"jonathan g." Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

Design Matters with Debbie Millman

06:28 min | 1 year ago

"jonathan g." Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

"I want to bring people together. And we're going to go from point a to point b very often. That impulse comes from you being one of those people so very often. You're among the group that you want to actually then help navigate from point eight point be. That shows up very often early in life as well. So you're the kid on the playground who's bringing all the kids together and say. Hey let's go on an adventure like or let's go do this thing as you grow up very often. It shows up as you being a captain of team or leading you know a club or being student president but it may not show up in those roles but it may show up in all sorts of other ways in your family. I talked to one woman who is now a member of the executive leadership team at giant global consulting firm and even as a young kid. She was the one who is organizing all the family members. He was the youngest of all of her siblings yet. She would bring everyone together figure out the trips. They were going to go on figure out the adventures. They were going to go on whatever it was. She was the one where she just had this impulse to gather organize and lead for no other reason than the fact that there was something in her. That said i love doing this. It gives me the feeling of being alive. So that's the warrior the performer. Which is it appears from the early data. Now that that may be the single most prevalent anti type is all about the impulse to energize in live in or animate and experience interaction or moment that tends to show up early in life in a lot of kids but if if the parents at they'll usually channel it into performing arts which is wonderful when you're younger but then at some point a lot of times apparently then say Kids latching onto that a little bit too much. And i'm freaked out about them wanting to make that their career so let's just pretend it's not actually the central thing that matters to them and they'll start to sean and they'll seru like recommend stifling and pushing them in a different direction so the performers very often Very repressed impulse a lot of people. It's unfortunate because that very impulse shows up can be expressed in so many different ways in a sales conversation as a parent in a group leader in at a board meeting behind a bar. There's so many different ways to channel that to do like incredibly good And fun and exciting work well. Let's hope that anybody listening that has children that are blooming in that archetypes sparky type encourages it and helps it bloom. You mentioned woman that you were referring to that you written about in the book. How did you choose which people in case studies to focus on the bug. They're so fascinating you know. Part of it was trying to source really compelling stories that showed clearly this impulses but part of it also was. It was important to me in selecting the stories to tell a very diverse set of stories. So it was important to me to to tell us out of stories that represented all ages all races all gender identifications all sexual orientations And so when we looked at the stories that we were telling. I wanted this to be a book. Where when people read What's in any given chopped her that they're able to feel seen and if a really homogenous and the way that we're actually selecting the stories and the case studies not only. Is that going to exclude people from. It's just not right. You know it is not that it was never the the right way to be in the world As a writer at something that i'm probably guilty of Being way too ignorant of the need to really be expensive in understanding how are we. How are we telling the different stories and showing broad representation in the work. That i've been doing in the past and for me you know. I think i'm becoming much more aware of my responsibility to make sure that i really invest in. Not because as a human being. It's just the right thing to do. So that was a big part of the way that we did it as well. Yeah thank you for that it is. It is clear that you've done that. And and that work is really important. Jonathan i have one last thing i want to ask you about. And it's something that you write about. In the last chapter of your book you state that reimagining and realigning your current work in a way that makes you come alive. Let you get more of what you need without feeling the need to below anything up you also caution at the beginning of the book for readers to be aware of behaving in an overly disruptive way I think this book has the ability to get people really excited and then wanted to make the change from that moment on. How do you recommend people approach change in their lives. I i love this question. And you're right there when we figure out something or learn something really new that is deeply resonant and really oh this is right Very often the next thing that we do is we look at what we're doing in this case the work that we're doing and if it feels horribly aligned with this thing that we now know is really important to us you know. Are we just say oh. Well i just need to extract myself from the situation immediately. If you're eighteen years old and the stakes are really really low. And you don't have a lot invested in it it. It's probably not a big deal if you do that. You know. I'm fifty five. Got a family i want. I want to live a certain life. I want to be able to devote myself in. Certain ways and financial security is a value that i hold dear. I wanna make sure that. I'm providing much as i can a lot of ways for my family so for me if i decide. Oh i'm just gonna blow it up that causes a huge amount of disruption and pain and we tend to underestimate the pain of that disruption that will cause both on us and also those that look to us for some sense of security and we we overestimate how giddy will feel when we sort of blow it all up and then get the chance to move to the next thing and we tend to be a little bit delusional about how long the process might take to figure out that next thing so one of my big concerns right now actually. We're we're having this conversation. Where a lot of people are kicking around this phrase the great resignation. you know. We're in a moment where society society-wide people are asking the big existential questions and they're realizing the bargain that they made to get to..

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"jonathan g." Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

Design Matters with Debbie Millman

06:02 min | 1 year ago

"jonathan g." Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

"I have a feeling we may not be too dissimilar. My primary spark type is the maker. Yes my fundamental impulse and the impulse for maker is to make ideas manifest. It is all about the process of creation. It is a jeep deep impulse to be generative as much as you possibly. Can you have the something from nothing or the a little bit of something to a lot of bit of something. Impulse has woken me up and driven me to exert exert effort from as young as i possibly remember as a little kid cobbling together bikes from a junkyard painting. Jean jackets building houses renovating in college evolved eventually. To building companies building brands writing books building media building experiences. There are a lot of different things that go into each one of those things but the impulse for me. That allowed me to come alive. Was the maker impulse behind all of that eventually. You're bring together teams because you need people to soon all sorts of different roles and have different impulses to really make it work but for me. That's the thing that wakes me up in the morning my shadow spark type which you can think of it as one of two ways. It's either your your next strongest impulse forever. Or it's kind of like you runner up or there tends to be more nuanced relationship. Which is that. Many people do the work of their shadow in order to be able to do the work of their primary better so my shadows bark type is the scientists. The impulse for the scientists is all about figuring things out. I look at something. And i'm like how does that work. But what i've learned over the years is for me. The fascination is less just about going deep into the burning question or the puzzle. Or the quandary. I tend to go there. When i am in a making process and i hit a wall and rather than just feeling like oh i hit all this is the end of it. The maker impulse kicks in and says okay. No big deal still kinda cool. Let me solve this problem. Let me create a whole new thing. That let me get through this moment in time and the minute i figured out the answer i go back to the process of being just hyper genitive and building and making so it's in service of my maker. I liked doing it. I'm good at it but at the end of the day. I don't do it just for the fun of doing it. I do it because it makes me a better maker. And then the last part of my profile the anti spark at type you can think of the archetype as either your least strong impulse for work or the thing that takes the most energy the most effort the most external motivation. If you're on a team and tends to empty you out the most and require the great amount of recovery so for me. That is what i call the essential now. Essential est is all about creating order from chaos. It's clarity it is utility. It's taking big. Data says is taking a huge amount of objects and things like this and somehow organizing them and creating making them usable and clean streamlined. That is amazing work. It's necessary work. I love the fact that it's done because that lets me function as a human being as an entrepreneur as a maker. But when. I actually have to do that work. I just want cry. And of course. I've gotten good at it because you know when you're when you have to do especially in the early stage for example of a company. You're doing everything so over time you just learn to become skilled or competent at it and that makes the experience of a little bit better but at the end of the day making it a little bit better and getting it over with faster and getting a little. Bit of the head of competence. It still doesn't make up for the fact that there's something inside of me where that impulses the most foreign. It's the weakest for me and it just doesn't come close and it never will to the feeling that i get when i'm operating on the other side of my spectrum. Okay so i will tell you my because we're very very similar. Jonathan not exactly similar. But very so. My primary sparky type is the maker. Which i'm not surprised at all what was really surprising to me. Was how accurately described me being maker just without knowing me you just described maker and i'm like wow that's really make the the shadow archetype is the maven. Which is somebody who likes to learn. And i'd love you to talk more about that and my shadow spark type is also the essential est. I hate details so so talk a little bit of a little bit more about the me. The maven yeah and that doesn't surprise me at all so the fundamental impulse for the maven is learning it's knowledge acquisition. You know you look around and you're just like what can i learn to. Maybe what you learn has great application in all sorts of different ways. And that's nice you kind of like that. You know that's cool but you know if that is your primary impulse. You're not doing it because it's going to let you do something else you're doing it. Solely for the feeling that pursuing learning pursuing knowledge gives you so for you. because you're maven. Is your shadows parka. Type it's something that you probably love doing you really good at and we know this from sixteen years of ridiculous research of every person that you have ever talked to and the stunning career that you built where. You're encyclopedic about literally anything that you devote yourself to and at the same time you like. I've also seen with you. It makes a lot of sense that that knowledge acquisition to you it really gets harnessed and it comes out in the context of informing the way that you make and allowing you to create at an entirely different level rather than just creating in the void based out of your own Intuitive feel not that. that's a bad thing but.

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"jonathan g." Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

Design Matters with Debbie Millman

06:39 min | 1 year ago

"jonathan g." Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

"I got an old swing arm. Lamp that we had. And you know bolted it on and thomas off had a paint and that was just. I lost time doing that. I mean you know that. Feeling like almost everybody. I'm sure listening to this knows that feeling for me. This was back in the day where some of the best art on the planet was album covers. You know it was amazing stuff. I mean i remember trying to get as close as humanly possible to the actual album cover knowing absolutely nothing about paint Yet teaching myself. And i throughout so many canvases because that was a bit of a perfectionist. And if i was off by one line i felt like it was just a disaster and our junket and start over but eventually i got pretty good so i started making album covers jean jackets and that earned me my walking around money in high school. My favorite of all time was Molly hatchet flirting with disaster. This like think it was a who did this. Like just wild wild intensely vivid knew it looked like it was bursting off of the cover. It probably took me a couple of months to do that one. But i was so proud of it. I often wonder what happened all those g jackson. I wish i had saved one. I wish you had to say allowing. I was sure you're gonna say your favorite. Was the boston album covered. That was pretty amazing to actually. It was it was probably between the two of them the classic upside down spaceship. Yes awesome i kind of wish you had it so we can it to polish share right. Well you've been an entrepreneur. Pretty much your entire life in addition to selling jean jackets. You also were a self-described lemonade. Stand kid you worked as a dj through college but not only as a dj. You worked building a dj company. So here's the big disconnect for me and something that i know. We touched on in our first interview but i want to go a little bit deeper. What made you decide to go to law school. And become a big time attorney for the us securities and exchange commission with this kind of arts and crafts. Nearly hippy esque upbringing short answer money and not the right reason in any way shape or form You know it was those who knew me at the time. i made. That decision retired of really looked at me and said wait what this is what you're doing But it was a little bit more than that actually. I basically never went to class in. Undergrad i was building this. Dj and mobile lighting and music company. The whole time there. So i was out. You know thursday to saturday night to four am. Dj and moving stacks and speakers equipment and and developing the art. Because it's a real art form. Which i love to this day and i barely ever attended class and when he graduated with the horrible grade point average by the way I was kicking around a couple of different jobs outside sales jobs. I remember driving my car building taking the the elevator top floor and knocking on doors of small businesses where my required role was Hi i'm here to see the president to talk about your long distance telephone service when i finally made the decision to go law school a couple of years after that it was in no small part because i got really curious what i was really capable of intellectually. I knew i had a jones for building businesses and being a amaker but also knew that i really slacked off when you know in terms of really pushing myself In college and i was really curious. And i was looking for a way to to test that and see what i could do and then at the same time develop skills that i knew would equip me to do anything alive so i figured if i went it would make me a better analyzer of ideas and arguments. It would teach me how to write and it would teach me how to speak. Definitely helped with the first. And i love the fact that i don't have to write in any way resembling what i was taught to write as a lawyer now for the rest of my life but it also taught me how to speak and understand arguments and i knew at the end of the day also. I was a kid who money manner to me. It was a symbol of status symbol of prestige a symbol of accomplishment. So i got to law school and worked ridiculously hard. I was very fortunate. Graduated pretty close to the top of my class and then had opportunity presented to me that. Starting me out at the sec. Big federal government agency and then. Linda me and one of the biggest firms in the world working in new york relentless hours and Ending up in a place where my body effectively shut down but it was a. It was a strains decision for me but i think also having grown up in a family where it was fairly bohemian. My dad Had one job his whole life. He is a research professor and we grew up in a town. That was actually. There was a lot of money in the town and they never felt overtly that you know. We were poor family in town because we weren't. We were sort of like middle class. But i was always surrounded by people who had more and could do more because of that and it did something to me that it took me probably decades into life to really unwind after working at the us securities commission. You then went on to become a private equity lawyer. Were you raised in. Launched more than one billion dollars in private equity funds and eve said that you were fascinated with the psychology of how markets moved. Has that influenced the way. You think about marketing. Now oh one hundred percent you know the more of the things you learn really quickly in the world of finance and the markets. Financial markets is marcus. Don't move based on the fact they move based on people's perception of fact which is it's marketing right. It's all about human psychology. You know it's you know you in in the world of branding. This is what you've lived for so much it. You know there's the product there's the thing itself and then there's what rob's around the thing itself they creates the perception of the thing. So i've been fascinated by that and i think my interest in the markets early on was really It was a bit of a red herring. I my real fascination was human behavior. Why do we do the weird things that we do And how do we craft experiences language. That.

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"jonathan g." Discussed on Good Life Project

Good Life Project

04:35 min | 1 year ago

"jonathan g." Discussed on Good Life Project

"It just has the potential to do so much of what you just talked about now. You use some words. And i'm sitting here and i'm taking down notes right but you use words that released it out to me. Potential nourishment Being seen innovation. And as i think about you your career but also you was a friend. I think we'll. Jonathan has always been this. You have always created that right. You've always seen that in other people and somehow you're just now creating this book. Tell me how this book differs from the other books. That you've written i should've you. Yeah i am almost pathologically Steeped in possibility And not pollyanna sticker delusional But i am definitely like i. There's something about my wiring that kind of sees disruption and immediately know that if that exists possibility must also be the either they can't they cannot exist without one can exist without the other. So i think everything that i've done in my past you know whether it's been in the fitness world then launched a company that was hopefully changing the lives of people very intimate way to owning a yoga studio and building this beautiful big global community of students and teachers in new york city for seven years or whether it was writing books or a hosting media in creating conversations. The red thread that connects at all. Is this deep fascination with human potential and how to unlock it in real grounded. Practical actionable ways and there is very much an emerging woohoo side.

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"jonathan g." Discussed on Good Life Project

Good Life Project

06:35 min | 1 year ago

"jonathan g." Discussed on Good Life Project

"Here's my big concern with this moment. May concern is that will say like boom blowing everything up you know or just saying like okay i agree. I'm reexamining everything. And i don't wanna keep feeling been feeling. It would be amazing if the thing that it showed up and did contribute to the world and make me feel differently and give me so much more back. So i'm going to look for different job or different title or different company or different role and see which one just kind of seems like a checks. The boxes on the job description of what i think would be cool and then i'm going to go and do it and then eighteen months from now i'm going to be sitting in a new office in the new company with the new boss on a new team working on a new project. Feeling the exact same way. That's right. Because i never actually took the time to just hit pause and do the work to figure out. What do i actually need here like. What what is the thing who am am i. What fills me up. What empties out. And what is that. Deeper impulse for. Work that i need to satisfy to get that feeling that i need to feel and then once you do that work. Look at it. The universe of jobs impossibilities and all the other stuff. And start to figure out like run those experiments to see which will be a fit from a place where you're just so much better informed. You talked about this examination. Right of our lives that collectively we are all going through and when we take that break right that moment to think about where we wanna go next versus this idea of just going to the next thing right getting the next job. What do you think the impact of that is. What is the impact of this re examination. That's happening collectively. I think it onto levels one personally. Could it literally change the way that you feel for the rest of your life about the thing you wake up and do five. Six seven days a week for maybe decades more. Could it change in a profound way the way that you experienced that. Could you wake up and actually say oh. You know this. And i'm doing. It actually matters to me. It's really deeply meaningful to me. You now could. It make you feel like i do this. I started eight. Am i blink. And it's eight. Pm and it is the most immersive absorbing joyful nourishing experience that i can imagine you know. Could you feel like you show up and you're not hiding and there's this well of potential that that you've known your whole life is kind of like just out there but you haven't figured out what it is or what it looks like how to access it and somehow the gates of that are open and you have a strong sense of purpose. You know so on a personal level if you could show up and get as much of that as you can From this moment through day that you stop working or at least you know for even if you start working for money you're gonna keep working together to keep investing yourself and devoting yourself to different things literally until your last breath very likely. Could you feel that way if we can do that on a personal level now. Imagine what happens on a societal level and on a global level if we are so much more nourished by what we're doing we show up and we express ourselves more fully. Were were seen for who we are. We are so much more of our bestself. We perform at a much higher level. Not because somebody's dangling at carrer stick in front of us but because we're doing the thing we can't not do and so the output for business and for industry in terms of innovation and solving these big wicked problems that we have you know when millions or tens of millions of one hundred million people start to show up as their best self harnessing everything they have and working harder than ever have simply because of the feeling it gives them an owner. Yeah how awesome that. i get. Well paid to do this to. I mean the ability to solve big problems and step into the next season of society and the world. I just imagine the potential that gets unlocked there. And it's kind of mind-blowing if we could that. And i'm not saying that i have all the answers But if i can even be a person who can offer a single idea into that process that might help get people just a step closer to that state you know to me. We're in a moment where we need that personally and we need that society. We need globally more than ever. We need it collectively in this. This book and i know. I keep saying this. It has the potential to do so much of what you just talked about. Now you use some words. And i'm sitting here and i'm taking down notes right but you use words that released it out to me. Potential nourishment Being seen innovation. And as i think about you your career but also you was a friend. I think we'll. Jonathan has always been this. You have always created that right. You've always seen that in other people and somehow you're just now creating this book. Tell me how this book differs from the other books that you've written. I should have. Yeah i am almost pathologically Steeped in possibility And not pollyanna sticker delusional But i am definitely like i. There's something about my wiring that kind of sees disruption and immediately know that if that exists possibility must also be the either they can't they cannot exist without one can exist without the other. So i think everything that i've done in my past you know whether it's been in the fitness world then launched a company that was hopefully changing the lives of people very intimate way to owning a yoga studio and building this beautiful big global community of students and teachers in new york city for seven years or whether it was writing books or a hosting media in creating conversations. The red thread that connects at all. Is this deep fascination with human potential and how to unlock it in real grounded. Practical actionable ways and there is very much an emerging woohoo side.

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"jonathan g." Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

08:17 min | 1 year ago

"jonathan g." Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"I'm peter segal host of npr's wait. Don't tell me that strange sound you heard on our last show was live people laughing n- applauding be a part of our next show with the alive people on august. Twenty six at tanglewood join us live and you too can finally see what are real live. Legs look like legs remember those. Welcome back to bullseye. I'm jesse thorn. My guest is jonathan majors. He's an actor. You might have seen him into five bloods or on the marvel. Tv show loki. He's nominated for an emmy for his role in the. Hbo horror drama lovecraft country where he played advocates. You can stream that show in its entirety on hbo. Max let's get back into our conversation. It must have been pretty intense to work into five bloods which is a movie about a a group of african american vietnam vets who go back to vietnam and you play delroy lindos characters son. Who goes back with them. It must have been intense to be on this like literal physical journey right. You're going to a foreign country and you have this guy. Who is your onscreen and metaphorical dad until roy lindo. Yeah who who is portraying a soldier. Evatt it while you are. Also you know. You're a few years in to try to reestablish what your relationship with your biological dad is that must've been a pretty intense experience to have those two things going on at the same time man it you know i say this all the time i think i would just start every interview with growth as an artist and growth as a human being are simultaneous. That's just that's just. I mean that's an average that was given to me in school and i've i've really held onto it and roll like david picks you know in the situation. You're and either. We're protected in a way because in a away were protected under the guidance in the autour ship of spiky. Is this whole cast together. There's no other way to go into it. You know we're going into war. Shooting film is very much like going into war. You know Sometimes you you feel like you have the high ground and sometimes you feel like you don't You know in his your crew. It's the it's the film against the elements as always a factor. You know making Making a movie as a miracle but the five bloods and working with the giant delroy. It was a personal experience. Insofar that would. David was going after something that i understood for myself to be something that i i knew i needed and in need for myself just the relationship between father and son and and what does that look like. Now look we've got into look. We were maybe twenty minutes fifteen minutes into this thing. I say a great great great great great great great Father figures in my life. You know nothing. Nothing can and does replace dad. You i mean airmont situation for any guidance in any way talk that fought against it but at a great uncle. My great grandfather awesome Now hill of mom alley bring up those familial Icons because stepping into the five. Bloods you know it was like we. It was like stepping into another family in a way and spike. Still to this day is is a guiding light you know coach and a mentor for me and delroy. I mean we really. We really really went after you know. 'cause he too has a son you know and we're really just in there. After david dave was really just in there trying to work out you know and the beauty about good art and even good art art in general is at the artists is always trying to work out the you know and here i was in a position where i look across from me and i see this is black man. You know who. Who's calling me son and all david wants in that film you know. It's never about the goal for david in any says you know i said to david we said to os say feels like it's my last time with him. You know so. The stakes are high to get to know the fall to get to know one of your origins. I think that's a very human thing to want into need. And i know this for me To this day To really get to know where you come from and from whom you come from and so david really got the work that out now entire mission to see and feel and understand understand his father's love that's deep thing and that's what the script offered me and that's really would spike was gifting me and deal with a great scene partner. Insofar that is not all yes sir no sir. When the heat gets hot you know especially when the sun has been in the world a bit in trying to find his own footing trying to find his own place. You've you push it a little bit. David does push a little bit busy pushing pool of that him trying to be his own man but also trying to find who he is through his father. He has wonderful experience. And there's a healing in that very much like Montrose analogous you know. The work has been very Rewarding and healing. Was there anything that you wanted to ask your dad when you reconnected with him. Yeah you try it you try it man. You know. I'm not. I'm not there either. I don't know how to you know. And i'm i'm very sensitive crybaby. You know all those things but you know it's a. It's a journey is a journey to to do that. I've tried to Try to announce boy and then you're at thirty two years of living. Maybe this conversation. You know because we've dug it up. May holly back adam and to say hey man what's up some of it and and here's the we report man. Some of it's understood. Some of it is understood not necessarily absolved but understood in new. Now stand apart from not individual you know share last name share blood and you are part of a attain a part of a lineage. And just because one is one way doesn't mean you have to be that way and is actually you being a different way. In being more individual is what bullies the entire legacy. I respect advocates. The legacy of freeman family. You'll know what's going on with the montross inadequate situation. You know there's a lot of A great deal of pain in that is not succumb. To actually goes and goes ego he goes to the pain he goes and gets them because ultimately is about loving and and a job. Mira song egos as you love who you love it is actually about an amorous companion you know but you love you love man and i mean those guys love their dads you know added loves his dad i would. I would say that. That's a.

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"jonathan g." Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"jonathan g." Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"You are living was going to say we had. We had a time. That was actually kinda unique that we had this merging of the gospel and culture. You know middle ages up till now and we. Most of us grew up. It was still very much that way. You know everybody said. I'm a christian. But it was kinda gray in many ways you know so now the greys are disappearing is becoming more like it was in the book of atas precisely correct. There's no doubt that this is true. I mean discerned this for years. I just yeah even believed that the lord spoke to me prophetically one of those things where you can see this in the spirit. That people are no longer allowed to sit on the fence. Either you're going to say what is right and true and be willing to trust god where you're not and germany was there in the thirties and people hesitated and we'll see what happens. Yeah it it's The what's happening is is not even nominal. Christianity is going to be disappearing because it can be either comes totally apostate on one side. And then you then what's left is gonna be radical left are those who say don't care. I'm not going with the focus. Many people just go with the flow. When we were growing up growing up you know both parties would consider themselves christian and they were both for light. They would never dream of saying the things they're saying no no and now now you've had the polarization in politics and so the things that so you know. We want the book of acts. The book of acts was polarized. And one is we think about the end times people thing. It's just all evil. No it's there's light and darkness but the light has to shine in the darkness but it has to shine and we got to be willing to take risks and we have to be willing to pay the price but god will anoint that just as he has always anointed those who stand well We may be at a time in this hour. But they tell me. There's another hour coming up album. We have another hour coming up. You know what that means don't you. It means locked doors. Jonathan cahn is staying. We're not going to let them go. And we're gonna keep talking. Don't go away bye. Hello alvin interrupting jonathan. Cahn.

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"jonathan g." Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"jonathan g." Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Folks we are talking to jonathan cahn. C. h. n. He's the author of many important books. The harbinger the paradigm harbinger to You just said something astonishing. You said that. The capitol building in dc has some architectural parallels with the actual temple of bail. Absolutely just fell apart in palmira after two thousand years later on perot's so here you have so you actually have. That's the building that has actually part of it is is linked to that very temple. This is back in the nineteenth century. But it's the same temple that fell when trump. so now you have all wait. How is the capital architecturally linked to the temple in palmira. Well first of all. The capitol building is linked to several pagan. And i'm not saying what goes what goes on and our. We're seeing this goes. Yeah but it's linked to the again the pantheon in rome. Y'all greek temples pagan temples. And they're there. I mean i have this i am. I have it on the web. I'm not sure that actually but you can compare they compare it. They said no this part of it. You have a whole section and you look at the temple. The the apple era avail. It's the same thing it's the same thing. It's one section of it but yes yeah. This is the wheat and the tares of the united states of america. It's an amazing thing. We have this in our bulky so so so continued yasser conversation. So do we have the siege. Always that we know is a battle. It's going to be jay. Who and the temple got this. You had this thing at the beginning of trump's presidency. You what i tell you about the actual temple foul now. Now you have at the end of this period when you have a kind of takeover the forces come back in the same form. The battle comes back in the same porn and the thing is app that when it says it says when you look at the headlines of that week the the police in washington gathered up. Eighty people from this now that presents then of course they searched. They're searching the entire america for anybody but but they it says they arrested is they. They announced they had eight people. They arrested over this thing. Eighty people right. Okay when you ll who came in now when you look at at king's the book of kings and jay who it says that the people that were stationed outside the capitol. The temple of the capital with temple of who went inside it says eighty men eighty men eighty minutes same number. Same number at and I don't know if his on television but your faces amazing but the not only that well net night when they they were inside the capitol those who are resisting that vote. If you remember there were two main states. The may one was a pennsylvania. Pennsylvania has had congressman had all sorts of congress. People who had who were part of that petition who are trying to block it. Trying to block the number of them. Eighty congressman eighty eighty. So the thing is this eric. Here's the thing. I won't go into more. But here's the thing this is this is not in the paradigm this is this is the paradigm after the paradigm and the thing. Is that here thing. At the beginning of of trump's rise you have these you have this template so now you have here at the end the force but here the difference is here you have the forces of bail that have ascended so you know because that wasn't a victory in the end for for those who are supporting trump. It was an the end who was on a victory. It was it was. The fact is that they took over. Basically the government has been take has been taken over by those who have an agenda which goes with bale not not with jail. So you have this. So what does it tell them. We're in the days right now. I mean we if you didn't know it if we didn't feel this already we're the days of the the mainstream culture mainstream politics you said to be corporation. The everything is becoming the agenda of bail. No question and we are therefore we are in this time that we have to take up the mantle of elijah because the times of bail the other thing that comes god raises up is elijah allied allied. And that's part of that as well so we have to become you know you're looking at all these believers who are all these pastors and churches that are compromising that are going with the flow as you said. The flow goes over the waterfall. The point is god is looking for those who will stand up. we have to be bolder. We have to be more radical. We have to be more revolutionary Elijah didn't care what people said he didn't he just he went against the flow. And if we if we can't do that we're not gonna stand. God is calling all of us to do that. These are the days we we sing. These other days of elijah watts days a bail and that means these days of radical we have to become radical. I been saying this a lot when i was at inner being dallas And then before that. I was at In orlando and before that i was in dallas. I keep saying this that unfortunately we have to choose. We can no longer be on the fence. And if by the way if you wanna play the game of sitting on the fence you're on the wrong side. You're not on the fence either. Choose to speak the truth now and you choose to vote with your money with your decisions with everything you do that. Or you're drifting along with the wrong side in the wrong direction. So you know a bond offer never actually said it but it's been attributed to him. The famous quote silence in the face of evil is itself evil. Not to speak is to speak not to act is to act. God will not hold us guiltless in other words if you think i'm gonna sit this one out there's no such thing. You will be graded. Either you get a passer fail and there are people thinking. Well i don't want to keep my powder dry for when things get serious things. You're serious now. yeah yeah the. The grays are disappearing and so you know and so the part of the grave becoming darker part of the great becoming lighter you know. It's a remnant. That's becoming lighter but this is you know this. This is a gigantic thing. Because you know we go back and people are praying. I wish i could live in biblical times..

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