35 Burst results for "Judeo - Christian"
America Needs to Understand It's Role in the Middle East
"Oh my god what the heck's on going here what do you want to tell the American people about how things should go forward I think there are two points, Mark, if you'll permit me. The first thing is that America needs to understand its role. America is you know Iran calls America the great Satan yeah that's because it's great and they want to divide it so they call it the great Satan but America is great and if it departs from that role it's not only America that suffers at the end of the day it's the entire world certainly the free world certainly the people who believe in values the of Judeo -Christian ethics. America can't step back from its leadership role and when it does that as it began to do during the Obama administration you're going to have a rise of malevolent powers who are going to ultimately cause suffering for Western civilization as well. Well it's not going to stop here Israel is really the like my son was the point Israel is the point squadron for Western civilization and if we defeat Hamas then America benefits and the in Europe in Europe benefits Judeo -Christian world benefits but America has to be out in front and has to lead and it can't step back from that role. That would be my first point. The second point is we have to go back to our roots to our sources. We've kind of lost a moral compass because we've lost where we've come from. If you don't know where you come from you don't know where you're going. You've written about this extensively in the book on liberty. You always have to look back and see where do we come from? Where are our roots? roots. What do we believe in? If we confuse that we forget that. We make 1619 into 1620 or 1620 and the founding gets all confused. If you have a confused beginning then you have a very confused future. So I think it's really imperative that America understands its leadership and understands its roots and if that happens Israel will be far more appreciated than it is now. The reason why Israel is derided in so much of academia in the media is because wokeism has over taken and America's role and its history has been forgotten and confused. Very brilliantly put. How is your family coping with all this? The rest of your family is a big hole and yet your citizens of Israel this threat still looms over your family like it does the entire citizenry there. Mark, you know it's quite a move from talking about America's role to my family but I'll tell you this, you know we always have to see ourselves personally in the context of a bigger picture and a bigger picture in the context of our personal lives. You know when I got the knock on the door at 12 30 at night the two officers came to inform me that my son had fallen. I really didn't know what name they were going to say because I have
Kira Davis: To Liberals, the Laws of Physics & Biology Don't Apply
"Communists have been hugely successful in doing that I mean what was one of the first things that the Chinese Communists did when they came into power in China they they made basically old culture illegal they jailed all the professors and artists or killed all of the artists they restricted independent art and made it government approved and funded and and that's how you win the hearts in the minds of the people is by taking over their culture and and so what we have seen is better at immigration we used to require immigrants to assimilate when they came and then suddenly someone made assimilate a bad word but assimilate just means assimilate to our values but this is the problem with the liberal mindset the progressive mindset and this is what has gotten us to where we are today it's because liberal and this goes back to what I was saying in the last hour about we don't speak different languages we live in different universes because in the liberal universe the laws of physics and biology don't apply they think one more law will just change those things so in the liberal universe they don't understand that their values and morals are baked in Judeo -Christian values they don't understand that so they assume because they're ignorant that everyone in the world thinks like them and that everyone in the world is just basically a good person longing for freedom and but we all share the same values of equality and diversity and yada yada yada but that's not true that the truth of the matter
Kira Davis: 'Who Is the Right Side of This Issue?'
"Is just really absolutely blowing my mind as a matter of fact I did an interview is happening in Israel and what is desk happening news podcast and an Iranian American and I wanted to talk about what was going on in Israel the Middle East wanted I to break it down in the simplest terms and it's really hard to do that because it's not a simple conflict if you don't understand but history I was really just the reason I did that and that's really what my podcast is by the way my podcast is dedicated to making sure that people understand their talking points breaking down talking points and simplifying things and I was blown away that own children didn't understand what was going on in the Middle East my daughter who is 16 asked me she said mom who is the right side of this issue and I said Israel of course and she said are you sure but are you sure mom because everybody and by everyone I can only assume she means the people at school and whoever's on TikTok that she's viewing everybody is on the Palestinian side are you sure she kept saying that are you sure and to me it's a no -brainer but I realized that there is a whole we have so drifted from traditional Judeo -Christian values and from the narrative of what we learned from World War II we have so drifted from so far away from that that we have raised now entire generations who really don't have a deep appreciation for the depth of anti -Semitism and how that manifested in the horrible situation of the Holocaust and and how that led to the creation Israel so I had I did that
A highlight from Dennis & Julie: Exciting versus Enduring
"Hey everybody, Dennis Prager with Julie Hartman, Dennis and Julie. One of my favorite hour and 12 minutes of the week. Me too. Isn't that amazing? Yes. And what's also amazing is that we actually do probably three or four Dennis and Julie's a week that are not recorded because we talk on the phone so often. And sometimes, I don't know if you think this, sometimes when we're done speaking, I'm like, wish that were recorded. Really? Yes. That's an interesting point. But you know what's also great? We are very personal on this show. There's really, I can't think of many things that we talk about privately that we wouldn't talk about publicly. I think people understand that. That's why that guy called me and I've talked about this a lot, said, I have a great word for you Dennis, transparent, because I decided early on in my career that as unnatural as it seems, because people obviously hide parts of their lives from others, I thought I'm going to hide as little as possible. That's why people say to me more often than any other things when strangers meet me, you know, I feel like I really know you and I'm sorry and I say, you do. I can attest to that as someone who knows you off the air as well as on the air, listeners really do know you. It's also just easier being transparent because I can imagine that it's difficult to have to think, oh, did I say that? Should I say this? That's right. It's just kind of your default. It's like it's easier to be faithful than have an affair. Aside from all the moral issues and the hurt of my spouse, all of that stuff, putting aside that they're all real. A major reason not to have an affair is because of the amount of hiding you have to do and lying. It is not possible to have an affair and not become a serial liar. Well, one lie begets another lie, which begets another. It has to. I mean, if you say I was at the doctor's and they say, how was it? And then you go, yeah, let's say your wife runs into the doctor. You know, like it just it's this tangled web of of deceit that's I can imagine difficult to keep up. You know, in that regard, it's amazing how our conversations just developed. So I'm going to say something that will strike people at the outset as odd at best and maybe even bad at worst. So when I meet somebody who's having an affair, because people open up to me, in most instances, my first reaction, I may know more and change my reaction, is I feel bad for them. I obviously feel bad for the spouse, that's a given. But my sense is, and by the way, I believed this when I was your age, well before I was ever married. I sensed that most people who have an affair, it is not because they're bad. And oh my God, I can't believe I'm saying this to you. One of my favorite Bible commentaries is by Richard Elliot Friedman. He is a brilliant scholar, University of California, San Diego now. I think he's at the University of Georgia, a major biblical scholar. And if I say that, you can believe me because I know my Bible. And he's written a commentary on the Torah, which I love. I love it. And obviously I'm writing my own. So I refer to his. Under adultery, in other words, the commandment, thou shalt commit adultery. He wrote, I wish I had the entire, I could find it, but we don't have breaks during Dennis and Julie, but I would like to read it exactly. But he wrote, and I just read this to my synagogue this past Sabbath, I read his line about this. That good people commit adultery, and he italicized good. And I thought that this guy's human. And I've been faithful, so I have no self -interest in this. But to assume that everybody who commits adultery is evil is beyond simplistic. You commit murder, okay, if that's not evil, you could say, well, you could say a good person could commit evil, could commit murder. It's a bit of a stretch. It could happen, but generally speaking, that's not true. But anyway, good people who commit adultery, and by good, I mean the non -serial adulterers people who just go from affair to affair, I have no defense of as a human being. You mean like a one -time thing? Yes, or fell in love. If somebody falls in love with somebody else while married, it usually means there's a lot problematic in the marriage. People in love with their spouse don't fall in love with another spouse. Okay, this is such a good topic, and I want to pause and say what we always say. We had no idea that we were going to discuss this. I love that about this show. It just blossoms. Because it's real. It's real, and it's incredibly spontaneous. Okay, a lot of questions. This is where I'm going to evoke the, what do you call your radio show, the Human Laboratory? This is where this is particularly useful. So most people who tell you about their infidelity, I'm assuming most of them are male? Or is it even? Yes, that's correct. What would you say the percentage is? Of those who tell me? Yes. It's high. It's 75%. Male? Yeah. Okay. And usually, do they tell you that they're unhappy in their marriage? Yeah. And what is the most cited reason for the unhappiness? They don't feel loved by their spouse. Loved in what way? You're tough. I'm not trying to be tough. She is tough. All right. Maybe, okay. You don't want to go there. No, no. There's nowhere I don't want to go. Anyway, even if I don't want to go, I go there. That's true. So, okay. For the record, generally speaking, a man who feels sexually fulfilled with his wife is going to stay faithful. This is so foreign to women that they just have to take my word for it. That's not how women think. Women do not have affairs because they're not sexually fulfilled by their husband. Some might, I fully acknowledge, but they don't feel emotionally fulfilled. That's much more a woman's reason, and I have just as much sympathy for her as for him. It's not, all I'm saying is, and I don't even remember how we got on this, but it's amazing that we did. How did we? Yeah. It's funny. I usually remember the genesis of a subject, but all I'm saying is when I meet people, my first reaction is not, wow, that's evil. If I met a murderer, yeah, or not even a murderer. Frankly, doctors who give hormone blockers to 10 -year -olds are doing evil. I have much more contempt for them than for somebody who had an affair. Okay, so let me ask you this. Let's say you got a call from a guy who was five years into his marriage. He has three or two young children, and he calls you and he goes, Dennis, I am not happy in my marriage. It's not awful, but I'm not happy, and I have my eyes on another woman. What do I do? Do I stay in my marriage that's unhappy, or do I leave because I'm unhappy? I'd say do everything possible to make yourself happy in your marriage, which by the way involves obviously working it through with your wife, but it also involves working it through with yourself. So, I'm a guy's guy. I'm male as as they come. So, men really relate to me. Happily, a lot of women do too, but it's not the same thing. Male -male is not the same as female -male. Okay, so I understand men really well, and I explain men to women. So, both sexes have to adopt the Prager notion of not having too many expectations. I think it's fair to say, nobody says this, because sex is ironic. We have a sexually drenched society, and yet people never talk honestly about it. That is very well said. It's mind -boggling. It's mind -boggling. You're so right, and people get upset when you talk about it. That's right, because I'm honest. So here is something I would say to men, guys, just know you are not going to have the sexual life you fantasized in the vast majority of cases. It's just the way it works. You mean when you get married? Yeah, when you get married. I'm sorry, that's right. I wasn't clear. Yes, when you get married. And therefore, you enjoy what you have. Now, obviously, I'm not going to give it a time factor limit. It's different when you're 25 than when you're 55 or 75. All of that is real. But I remember when I was in high school thinking, wow, to be married, you have this woman anytime you want. Oh, gosh. Such a male thought. Exactly. This was worth the entire broadcast. My comment and your reaction? I think I represent all women. Yes, exactly. Watching and listening. And I represent all men. That's the point. So that was my fantasy in high school. Oh, my God, it must be the greatest possible situation being married. She's there whenever you want her. So men… I just looked at the camera. So men have to understand it's not going to be that way. Are there exceptions? I'm talking in general, of course, there are exceptions to every rule in life. So I really ought to, if I had the time, I would write an advice book to men. Oh, you really should. Who is it? George Gilder wrote that man book? That man book? Sexual Suicide and the Naked Nomad. He deeply influenced me. So, men need to understand… By the way, we all need to understand… I don't know what women's fantasies are about marriage. Her fantasies are not likely to be fully realized either. So it's best probably not to have fantasy… I don't care if you have fantasies, it's fine to have a fantasy life, but in the sense of directing you in your emotional reaction is not a good idea. And in your reality, it can't direct your reality too much. That's right. So I have told men, I'll tell you where I feel for men. And that is, if they're married to a woman, I'm just talking the sexual arena now. If they're married to a woman who doesn't take care of herself physically, that's given the power of looks in the human species, it's the female that attracts the male. I know there are gorgeous men who attract women, but most men are not gorgeous. What attracts women to men is not that they're gorgeous. they're Certainly when reached by age of 30, a high school girl is going to go, Oh God, is he gorgeous? Oh God, you know, that's fine, it's part of life. But one of the biggest ways you show you love your husband is by taking care of yourself physically, trying to look good. And the proof is you tried to look good when you dated. Why did you stop trying once you got married? That's not fair to him. You're right, and it's not fair when men have B .O. and also don't take care of themselves, which I know you recognize. No, of course, but that's not the same thing. The B .O. holds for both, but looking gorgeous or as gorgeous as you can, I mean, looking cute. In peacocks, the male attracts the female. In humans, the female attracts the male. It's just the way it works. And if she succeeds in doing it, he gets aroused and they make the next generation. That is how human sexuality works. I really love what you said a few minutes ago about we live in this over sexualized society that also gets so upset when people like you and me talk about sexual matters, not to overhype our importance, but people who are brave enough to talk about sex within with a Judeo -Christian good values worldview are so valuable. I don't understand. Yeah, but a lot of them do, but they're not real. A lot of the religious people who talk about sexual matters are not rooted in the real world. So what is an example? Masturbation. Wow, welcome to Dennis and Julie. But the proof is nobody feels that they can talk about it. Yes, that's true. I mean, I debated a guy, very religious guy, seen by hundreds of thousands of people on the internet. He said, masturbation is evil. And he's speaking from a religious point of view. Evil? I said, I looked at him and I said, evil? I mean, if he says it's a sin, fine. Every religion has a whole list of sins. But evil? And I challenged him. I said, are you serious? It's evil? I mean, child molestation is evil. Genocide is evil. I know. Masturbation is the charge. Of course it does. So religious, you're right about the Judeo -Christian values perspective. Unfortunately, a lot of religious people have made religion look silly and people have therefore rejected it. You know, you're right. I think a lot of people point to something like that and go, that's just, that's too far for me. It's too far, exactly. It's difficult, the job of being religious, because you obviously want to promote good values, but you also want to be real and recognize that there are certain thoughts and proclivities and actions that a lot of human beings partake in. And so it's about mitigating the, I was going to say mitigating the harm of those, but allowing them to happen as long as they don't go too far or as long as they're not harmful. Yeah, that's right. So people should read a book by an Orthodox rabbi, Shmueli Boteach, who's a well -known rabbi, B -O -T -E -A -C -H, in English, Boteach, but it's pronounced Boteach, and it's called Kosher Sex. It's a great book. That's a good title. Great title. And whole his thesis is, you keep sex within a marriage, but within a marriage, do whatever the hell you want, providing the other person agrees, obviously. And, you know, as raunchy as it may sound to the outsider, if you two agree to it, the only restriction is that it's not with another. You know, God, of course, I forgot my train of thought. I just I really marvel at how real this is. And sometimes when you make these comments, I think, God, he is gutsy. He really goes there. You know, I am gutsy. I want to tell you, this is very revealing about me. People will take it for what it's worth. I decided very early in my life, if I want to do good in this world, that's all I've ever wanted to do. I will not shy away from putting myself out there and knowing I'm going to get slapped. And that's the reason I do it. It's not fun to talk about masturbation, but I know how many people are traumatized by the message you're doing evil. And it makes religion and God look bad, and I don't like that. Mm hmm. And here's the thing, also, it's uncomfortable to acknowledge, but it's the truth. People do the like I mean, this is the whole point of the conversation. People do these things. What are we going to pretend like they don't exist? We have to deal with them. And I think it's cowardly to run away. Look, I have told you, Dennis, that I grew up in a house that didn't talk about these matters. And I'm grateful, actually, because I think there are certain boundaries that ought to be respected. And I there's a time and a place to discuss things like this, but we do have that forum to do it. And I don't understand I don't understand when people deny reality. We are seeing the harm in the United States today of denying reality, including in the sexual arena. I mean, that's this whole hookup culture thing by by contorting reality to make women believe that they want sex as much as men is harming women. Plain and simple it is. Is it uncomfortable to acknowledge the reality of males extreme sexual proclivities? Yes, but we have to because we're seeing the consequences when we don't. So I applaud you. And I do think sometimes I'm like, wow, he he's really going there. He's gutsy. But but people need a good role model for these matters. Well, you don't make a good world if you're not gutsy. True. You can't build a good world on cowardice. And it's so hypocritical because people people have sex. People do these things. And I don't I don't I dislike the people that that are on some kind of moral high ground when they talk about this stuff. It's like, please, you do it to your human being. Don't act like you don't partake in these things that you decry. Right. And some of them probably don't. But my question is, are they better human beings in general? You know, I talked I said to you what Richard Elliott Friedman said, that a lot of people who commit adultery are good people. It's because it's it's weakness more than anything or or something else. I'm not talking about serial adulterers.
A highlight from Reality Check
"Dennis Prager here. Thanks for listening to the daily Dennis Prager podcast to hear the entire three hours of my radio show Commercial free every single day become a member of Prager topia You'll also get access to 15 years worth of archives as well as the daily show prep subscribe at Prager topia calm Hello, my friends, I'm Dennis Prager great to be with you. I hope the feeling is mutual And I assume to a large extent it is because that's why you're tuning in America has been Divided often there always been people if you will on the left people on the right Certainly, there was a division over slavery. That was dramatic to the point of hundreds of thousands of Americans slaughtered in a civil war What is new in the division today There are a number of things and it's a worthy topic Certainly come to the fore because of the indictments or the charges brought against The leading Republican contender and a former president unprecedented actions in the United States Presidented in virtually every dictatorship What is new is that the two sides have a different perspective Have not just a different perspective that's much that's much too mild The two sides have a different perception that's the word I wanted of reality See the north and south did not differ on facts They differed in values, but not on facts We have today not only Values that are diametrically opposed to one another between left and right We we don't even agree and this this is what is the first on reality If you think it is fair For biological men to compete in women's sports. It's not a matter of values Where where where why is this a values issue? This is a reality issue either. It's fair or It's unfair. That's that's a fact either men have an advantage Whether or not they call themselves women or they don't have an advantage whether or not they call themselves women either men who say their women should be put in women's prisons and women's locker rooms or they shouldn't That is not a difference in values that is a difference in reality We perceive reality differently. I read the New York Times editorial defending Jack Smith We don't agree on on reality. It is not again only an issue of values There is a values issue you better have a massive massive reason unprecedentedly serious reason to arrest a former president and the leading contender of the opposition or you are communists or Fascists or any term you wish to use for people who wish to have dictatorial rule in a country There isn't outside of Alan Dershowitz there isn't a liberal let alone a leftist of whom I am Oh, yeah, there is a Jonathan Turley right Jonathan Turley is another liberal And I say that despite the fact that Jonathan Turley attacked me many years ago Bizarre it just shows you how deep this stuff is because he writes a lot of very good stuff He called me a Judeo -Christian fascist. Did you know that? That that was a new term I've been called everything but Judeo -Christian fascist Because we know the history of Judeo -Christian fascism is so long and dark what It's Yes Anyway another by the way, it's another example of we know what they know and they know they don't know what we don't They don't even read our perspective or hear it or watch it. We we have all we know theirs. I read the New York Times How many New York Times readers read the Wall Street Journal editorial page? This is a terrible a terrible day in America, I Wrote 20 years ago that we're having a civil war and I said and I pray it remains nonviolent I'm not sure that this is not an act of violence isn't isn't every arrest an act of violence Now it as I have I wrote many years ago. There's moral violence and immoral violence So you may say it's moral violence arresting people and it usually is But it is violence and if it's not moral You you have Done something that only the Lord knows what it can lead to It's a very very very very bad thing in American life He told pernicious is that the word what was the adjective for the word lies In the indictment that the headline of the New York Times yesterday We'll find it He was let's see This Is the wrong one I want to get today's Column from the new the or the way the New York Times has reported it There we go You should know by the way, this is very distressing Judges signed to Trump Trump federal case Tanya should come shut Ken Has sometimes handed down sentences tougher than the one sought by prosecutors The woman is a left -wing activist That is who the judges the federal judge The federal judge assigned to former President Donald Trump's latest criminal case Has been publicly critical of January 6th as imposed lengthy sentences on Trump supporters Who went into the Capitol I Know one such John strand who's in not only prison but a particularly Severe prison and all he did is video of him. All he did was enter the Capitol These Most of the the vast majority of the people who went to the Capitol that day went to demonstrate Not to insurrect the day they used insurrection I Realized we're entering The realm of propaganda I He's used the Reichstag fire and I was right The German Parliament was burned in 1933 just as Hitler assumed power in Germany and The Nazis used that fire as an excuse to jail opponents and and rule by Dictatorial decree Ever hear of the term state of emergency Yes, that's what they did Should come a former public defender has shown a scrupulous concern for the rights of criminal defendants During the final years of the Trump administration. She repeatedly frustrated Justice Department efforts to accelerate the execution of federal inmates The Supreme Court reinstated the executions she blocked Supreme Court has overturned her Chitkin would oversee a trial into the case Which she hasn't yet scheduled Trump will make his initial appearance in the case Thursday afternoon. That's today, correct? That hearing is expected to be overseen by US magistrate judge Moxilla Upadhyaya Upadhyaya The indictment unsealed on Tuesday Which accuses Trump of criminal scheme of a criminal scheme to stay in power? after his election defeat the reading from the Wall Street Journal has been randomly assigned to Chutkan a 2014 Obama appointee Who was confirmed by the Senate on a 95 to 0 vote Like to know who the five were Who voted against her? She's not inclined to give people involved the benefit of the doubt Said Douglas Berman a professor of criminal law at the Ohio State University Two worlds in one country Gold dealers are a dime a dozen. 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I trust this man It's why I mentioned him by name Nick's been in this industry over 42 years and he's proud of providing transparency and fair pricing to build trusted Relationships if you're interested in buying or selling call Nick Grovitch and his team at am fed coin and bullion 800 2 2 1 7 6 9 4 American federal .com American federal .com So the judge that is overseeing the Prosecution and I would say persecution of Donald Trump is a left -wing activist She was part of lawyers for Obama She's the person overseeing the trial she's the judge She is regularly handed down sentences in line with or above what prosecutors recommend That is very rare. By the way making numerous statements concerning the seriousness of the attack on the Capitol and the future threat of political violence driven by Anti -democratic sentiments said John Lewis a research fellow at George Washington University's program on extremism This is all reported in the Wall Street Journal The New York Times is livid with regard to Donald Trump and The his lie that the election was dishonest Let's say it was a lie Do you understand that you're allowed to lie except under oath You're allowed to say a lot of horrible things Nazis demonstrated in front of a Georgia synagogue last month and when the police were asked why they didn't stop them they said because they're exercising their free speech and I am a Jew and I agreed with the police If free speech is allowed it allows for terrible speech it even allows for lies. I Am allowed to say the earth is flat. Is that a lie? Can I be arrested if I get a public forum and say the earth is flat? No First of all, sometimes lie is not clear. Sometimes lie is used as a political weapon We're told that we lie by saying that men and women are basically different. That's a lie It's a lie. We're told by the American Medical Association That it is a lie that men have an advantage in sports Right, these are all lies The stabilizing that's right. Okay, you're allowed a lie, but you can't tell a destabilizing lie to Say that this is not the America I grew up in is like saying that it is cold in the North Pole It is not, you know, I do a podcast with a 23 year old young woman Dennis and Julie it's called and you would love it. It's It's quite remarkable. She's quite remarkable. So I have Philosophized over the following question Who has it worse emotionally? young people Who never saw a free America? Or those of us who are old and did see a free America and are watching it disappear. I Don't have an answer to that question Mm Memories are very powerful and can be a source of comfort and they can be a source of distress if the memories are Over I Don't have an answer to that question. She doesn't either She sort of doesn't understand the America that I grew up in. She believes me. She understands the words When I was a kid, I remember this so vividly I grew up in Brooklyn, New York, we would play stickball in the street So, you know the guys would yell at each other and some guy would say something stupid or mean or whatever and somebody would say shut up and That kid would say Hey, it's a free country That was the answer of the guy who said stupid things are even cursed It's a free country. It was built in you could say anything Even things that are wrong or at least perceived as wrong The president of the United States and the leader of the opposition is going on trial Because he said things that the opposition doesn't believe are true The my favorite is Jack Smith wrote in the indictment That Trump knew that it was a lie that what he was saying was a lie Really then why don't we put Donald Trump on a lie detector There was no doubt in my mind that he is a certain That he was defrauded of the election as you are that Of your name. He is as certain of that as you are of whatever your name is This is what we've come to It has been a revelation to me in my older age You know, you think you know a lot especially if you spend your life thinking and writing and talking I Never realized until the last few years How many people are governed by emotions Trump is the perfect example People I respected voted Democrat because they hate Donald Trump It is better to ruin America then vote for a man. I hate I Feeling is another country where this is happening. Well, we'll talk about that in the next segment But that's it people are emotionally driven One of you wanted a lie, here's a lie. I'm about to tell you a lie that the Enlightenment ushered in the age of reason I Wish we were living in the age of reason If we were living in the age of reason forget a Judeo -christian age just the age of reason Donald Trump would not be on trial It is pure undiluted Passion So here's the question Is there a more powerful force than hatred? Another Question I don't know the answer to People are willing to destroy this country because they hate one man That's fascinating All right, we continue To remind you that August is fundraising month for PragerU. Please make a donation during the break a Meliorate thank you amelia rate. Excellent Sean Sean has a slight OCD problem, but it's very slight If you realize what I've accused Sean of white supremacy OCD My guests are true experts on the Middle East they're in from Israel Felice and Michael Friedson, I've known them for years. They're wonderful human beings and they're honest You know if I didn't ask you personally and I'm not even sure now I know your politics Which is such a credit to you to you both So Israel has been wracked with unprecedentedly large Demonstrations, so I'm curious you heard me you were in the studio and I said, oh Maybe you didn't might have been right before you came in I said America is now one country and two worlds. Is that true for Israel? Is it that severe? Israel is fighting Internally, I'm not so sure that they're trying to Undo what was done as much as they're seeing openings to pick up the power that they might be able to get their hands on so each side is looking for the mechanics of Functioning in a government where they say things are unconstitutional and yet there's no Constitution or laws Go through on the way to being approved as a law of the country Goes through a system whereby somebody will yell it's unconstitutional and have to go through the Constitution committee But yet there's no Constitution. Yeah, that's a phenomenon I will admit but I am curious about the depths of the division what I described about America Do you would you say that about Israel today? It's two countries or two worlds People won't talk about it. It's the kind of discussion that certain things are off limits nobody wants to be accused of doing something because they don't like the sardine where the Ashkenazim where they're taking those kind of intranasian battle Decree you have the phenomenon and I I I shudder to ask the question Do you have the phenomenon that we have in America and I'm telling you it is widespread of Children, I don't mean five -year -olds or ten -year -olds I mean 20 and 30 year olds who will not speak to a parent because of how they voted It's starting to seep in that's what I was about to add and you are beginning to see this happen. Really? Yes Yes, so this has been very divisive But you know Dennis I have to say there are issues here that are far more serious. You're looking at Iranian nuclear proliferation Imagine around October November it could happen and Israel has to go solo Something kicks up off the war. There's been all kinds of tests on borders with Israel whether it's Lebanon It's all of Iran's proxies and all of a sudden you have reservists right now that are saying that we're not going to show up Because of the judicial reforms and we're talking about 10 ,000 or more reservists. We're talking about Air Force pilots We're talking about those that manned drones we're talking about intelligence officers and you can read this every day This is getting to the heart of the nation so I ask you that even if Prime Minister Netanyahu may be correct and if even if you agreed with Prime Minister Netanyahu in terms of the fact of how judicial reforms should play out and when Sometimes the timing for the sake of a nation's security Might be more important and I'm throwing that out because I think people sometimes stop short and don't look at the big picture So even if Netanyahu and his supporters are right It's not it may not be the time because of the security issue. It's one one I have to admit I read that there were people members of the Air Force for example who threatened this and I couldn't believe it because Iran doesn't care if you're pro or anti Netanyahu pro or anti judicial reforms They want to kill you like the Nazis did not distinguish between left -wing and right -wing Jews secular and religious Jews They don't see it that way. They are willing to jeopardize Israel These reservists because of politics. Yes That's how bad it's gotten. So I think that Israel is at a very dangerous moment Where there's such a discomfort look you have high -tech Israel with many of the techies taking their companies already and moving out Now I hear it's happening now too with the doctors and I think that's probably less so but when you have two industries That are so vital to the state of Israel. Then you have to ask yourself why now? You have to ask yourself if you're an activist in Netanyahu's camp, yes you do So the question that many are asking is why now Well, the opportunity presented itself now Yeah Because he won with the elections were coming and going coming and going and finally you got a chance to put the numbers together Right. What's what has people? Pounding their heads against the wall is wondering why when the For example, we're now at something like 30 or 29 consecutive weekends of multi tens of thousands of people marching in the streets We fly in an airplane headed to Israel and we hear the conversations like oh, we'll meet you after the demonstration Or you know, I'm coming to visit Israel I may not go to the Western Wall this time, but I'm not going to miss the demonstration on Saturday night it's become the culture of the country and as it spread each sector within the nation is putting their hat in the ring to be the deciding factor of pushing the Numbers over the top. I guess you'd say what do the supporters of the current situation? Of the the anti -netanyahu folks, what is their argument with regard to the Supreme Court? That they should be allowed to rule on anything without reference to any Constitution Well, I give the this Constitution that aspect of it has fascinated me free free decades Now the idea that when they say it they believe they're talking about something being unconstitutional But they don't take the next step to describe how it becomes unconstitutional because that's their opinion That's why we have what's called the reasonable yes, that's that the reasonableness clause Yeah, all right, we're gonna be back in a moment Folks two great countries are in trouble That's the bottom line the US and Israel to democratic The editors of the editors of the media line org a source of non -biased news about the Middle East Michael and Felice Fritzen are in town from Israel and What they're describing? I mean we have not reached the point where we have Members of the armed forces taking a political position and saying they they won't show up That's I have to say that's that's scary and we're not threatened with existential annihilation like Israel is If these people don't show up a Hesitation is everything and if they're not practicing it's a big problem What is their what is their statement This is not a country worth defending if we don't get our way on the on judicial reform That's basically this the gist of it if you will leave that part of the imagination, but clearly that's what they're saying It's not a democracy anymore and because it will cease to be a democracy if these So if this this notion it will cease to be a democracy That's what they say here on the left.
A highlight from Dennis & Julie: Struggle with God
"One of the most peculiar species of the Latin world is the Hello body. everybody. Dennis Prager and Julie Hartman, or if you prefer, Julie Hartman and Dennis Prager. Who would prefer that actually? It is called Dennis and Julie. By the way, I finally figured out there's a tiny teensy teensy part of you that resents that it's Dennis and Julie. I made that up. I completely 100 % made that up. There isn't even a teensy teensy teensy. There's really not, and I make jokes about it, but I actually prefer the name Dennis and Julie. First of all, you should be first. You're the more established dude, if you will. And also, if you do it alphabetically, D comes before J, and it just sounds better. That's a powerful argument. Dennis and Julie sounds way better than Julie and Dennis. Is that true? I think so. Maybe it's because I'm used to it. Yeah, I think so. Anyway, that was just a joke. Hi everybody. It's great to be with you. I have a super serious thing to start with. So, I'm going to preface what I'm about to start with with a statement that I made on my show, on my radio show, that there is an openness and a self -revealing in Dennis and Julie that even I, who are very, very open and self -revealing generally, publicly, it just elicits aspects of me that I just don't come out naturally, as it were, on the radio show. Having said that, that is certainly true for you, but there's not much as a comparison, obviously, because you're so young and new and new. But this is an example of that, and I have no idea what you'll say. I have no idea. But my here's second preface. I'm sorry. So when I met Julie, it is fair to say you were a secular individual. Oh, that is fair to say. And you would have said that. Though interestingly, and I don't want to get caught on this, but interestingly, you because it's not an issue that would have arisen. See, so this is worthy of a comment, and then I won't lose track. This is worthy of a comment. People who are religious know they're religious, but people who are secular do not think of themselves as secular. You know why? Because they think that's normal. So when you're normal, you don't think, oh, I'm normal. If you're sick, you think you're sick. If you have mental problems, you think you have mental problems, psychological problems. But if you don't, you don't walk around, people don't generally walk around thinking, you know, I'm psychologically healthy. The norm is secular. So you don't think of it. Is that fair? Also, religious people know about a secular life. Secular people do not know about a religious life. They don't know what they're missing out on. Religious people do. I mean, I don't think religious people are missing out when they choose to go away from a secular life. But they know what a secular life looks like. Well, there are secular people who have rejected the religion they grew up with. So they would say, oh, I know religious life. That is fair. That's fair. And I left it. But most today. That's right. Especially your generation. It would have been it would have been much more likely that your parents closer to my generation, they rejected the religion, which is true in your case. Correct? Somewhat. They they they don't have animosity. No, no. It's not animosity. Rejection doesn't mean animosity. OK. I want to make that clear. I didn't even intend that. But wasn't one of your grandparents a pastor? Yes. My paternal grandfather was. And my my father was raised Lutheran. My mom was raised Catholic and they both said that growing up, they just had so much religion that they felt that it was too much. For instance, actually, when they got married, I'm sorry to out my my family, but there were some members of both sides of the family that didn't like that a Lutheran was marrying a Catholic and that the Catholic was marrying the Lutheran. Also, my mom talks about growing up. I'll tell you who didn't like it. The Lutherans and the Catholics. That's who didn't like it. True. And those two groups especially. Yeah, exactly. Because Martin Luther. Right. Luther, right. Of all the names. Of all people, yes. Luther was the one that started the Protestant break from the Catholic Church. Also my mom talks growing up about going to church every week. And she made it sound like and I believe her that the sermons were really kind of fire and brimstone. You're going to go to hell if you think bad thoughts. If you do X, Y, Z, she says that there was every Easter she had to sit for like five hours in here. And then the second nail was nailed to Christ. And he yelped out in pain and blood came. She just said it was really gory and too intense. So they raised us in a secular household, but they don't hate God. They don't hate religion, but they just chose not to raise us that way. Well, you opened up another subject for me and I will get back to what I originally wanted to ask you about on the secular issue. But this is really worthy of a few moments. So I realized at an early age what I was going to bring differently to the religious secular discussion. And I know you know this is true about me, but it's very important for me to say. So I am quite religious, but I don't wear it heavily. And it drove me crazy, whether it was Christian, Catholic, Catholics are Christian, so I always find that odd, but it doesn't matter, Protestant, Catholic or Jewish. Most religious people, they sort of smack you in the face with their religiosity. And it's not good for the religion, I don't think it's good for God, I don't think it's good for them, and it certainly isn't going to bring a lot of people into religion. This is a perfect example of stuff that I've never said publicly. I mean it's not a revelatory thing, but there would never have been an occasion. I remember one of my first trips to Israel, I was about 20 years old, and I speak Hebrew fluently so I was with Israelis, and I remember I was at the army headquarters in Tel Aviv, some friend brought me there or whatever, and so all these soldiers were my age. They were also in their early 20s. So we were talking, and I'll never forget it was a female soldier and we were talking, and so at one point she said to me, the issue of, I don't know how it came up, religion came up, and she said, are you religious? Now in Israel, are you religious means are you Orthodox. It doesn't really just mean religious, are you an Orthodox Jew, that's really what she was asking. So you will love this. So I had two great answers, whenever I'm put on the spot I come up with better stuff. I had two great answers. I said, I don't know if I'm religious, I only know I'm not secular. How old were you? Oh that's right. That's a pretty amazing response. Period. But especially for 20 years. Right, right. Well, you could relate, that was a compliment. So I thought that was, she didn't know what to do with the answer because she had never heard anything like that, obviously. The other one was, so she said, and if you're religious, why aren't you wearing a kippah, a yarmulke, a skullcap? And I had another answer for her. I said, because I don't think religion needs a uniform. So those were two life -setting views that I had, and I'm not in any way putting down the Jews who wear a yarmulke all the time, my son does, and my grandchildren do, and they're terrific. I totally respect those who do that. Ben Shapiro does it, you know how much I respect Ben. But anyway, that was the answer that I gave her, because all of which is my way of saying that whether it was to a Jew or a non -Jew, I realized if I'm going to make the case for the centrality of God and the Bible, that they ought to be that in people's lives, I won't do it in a heavy -handed manner. So when your parents reacted against that, I get that. I get that too. And what's great about my parents is that they taught us Judeo -Christian values without probably, maybe they realized they were Judeo -Christian values, but the great parts of their religious upbringing came through in our upbringing. For instance, I was always taught to respect my elders. I was always taught to honor my parents. Actually, I don't know if my parents explicitly said, you honor us, but clearly the Judeo -Christian values got through because I knew growing up I had to honor them. Well, okay, so forgive me. No, we have time. I heard you inhale, so I know I'm interrupting. By the way, that's Dennis's trick on the radio with callers. Don't tell them. Oh, should we blake that out? No, no, no. I'm just joking. You can tell them. No, but you told that to me when I guess it's for you. It's brilliant. Yes, it is. Because you love and respect your call. No, I love it. That's why I do talk radio. You will keep people on the air. That's why I take calls. But sometimes people can go on a little too long and you've got to cut them off at the inhale. Yes, inhale. But okay, so there are so many, so many issues that are being fleshed out, fleshed out, yeah. So this. Yes, that was a faux pas. It was. So here is what I wanted to say. Your parents, and I don't know your parents well, I could only say that I have so enjoyed meeting them and they obviously are your parents, so I adore them automatically. But your parents represent vast numbers of people in the Western world who imbibed Judeo -Christian values, but didn't keep them going in the name of Judeo -Christian values. Well said. That is, by the way, that's what Americans did. Americans American imbibed values, but didn't teach them as American values. So you end up losing them. If you don't give them a name, you lose them. I say that we are living on the dregs and fumes of Judeo -Christian values right now, but they're going to run out if we don't understand their origin and why they are important. You said this in your Torah commentary, the cut flower ethics. I use the example of a photocopy machine. So my parents were handed Judeo -Christian values. Let's just say they were written on a paper, although of course they weren't. It is an analogy. You photocopy it. The first time you photocopy something, it's going to look pretty much like the original. Let's say that was me. That's good. I like that analogy. But then if I don't continue it. Right. They get weaker and weaker. Dimmer and dimmer and dimmer. And then you can't recognize where it originally came from. That's what we're seeing in the United States. The photocopy is as good as the cut flower. I salute you. Can you explain? I will salute you. Oh, as I saluted a guy on the road today with an American flag. So I'll give you my theory on that later. I gave you my theory on the show, but we'll repeat it. So the cut flower, by the way, it's not mine. And I said it in my commentary. I don't know whose it was because the guy who I read it when I was your age said he had heard it. So it's clearly not new, but it is brilliant. So the cut flower ethic is very simple. If you cut flowers from their soil, if you know nothing about flowers, you can look at the flower and go, oh, look, it doesn't need the soil. It'll do fine without the soil. That's what people think about ethics. Oh, we cut them off from the religious soil. They're doing fine. Well, they're not doing fine. Clearly. So there are a few things you said, if you don't mind, I want to go back. What a rich topic, by the way, to state the obvious. Well, it started with you didn't know you were secular, but go on. Yes, which I want to get back to, too, and talk about my religious transformation. But the thing that you said about religion doesn't need a uniform, that intrigued me. I agree with you that shoving values at people in a really kind of aggressive way actually works against what you are trying to achieve. That was true of my parents. And that's true of some people who grow up in uber religious communities that say, you know, you're going to go to hell, you know, constantly reminding them of hell. And so I agree about that. As far as the religious uniform, I also agree that religion doesn't need a uniform. I will say now that Judeo -Christian values are so under attack in the United States. I really appreciate when I see someone wearing a cross necklace or someone wearing a And in even some cases, the word that's coming to mind is criminalized. It's not criminalized, but the word I'm looking for is it will have adverse consequences for you, both in your professional and your personal life, to reveal your religiosity. So I really appreciate those people who will wear the uniform, if you will, of their religion, because they are saying, I'm proud to be Christian, I'm proud to be Jewish, and I don't care that it's not in vogue. I have enough commitment to God to wear it proudly. But but again, the values thing is totally true. So let me react then. Sure. So I repeated those two responses that I gave to this woman soldier because I thought that they illustrated what I wanted to do with my life.
Bishop E.W. Jackson Reflects on America's Greatness
"Bishop E .W. Jackson, the brand new book, Sweet Land of Liberty, Reflections of a Patriot Descended from Slave. So we were just talking about, you know, what you said, that how you got here, how your people got here through the slave trade, something that anybody with a brain knows is a satanic abomination, a wicked thing. But in the scripture, you know, in the story of Joseph, what man intended for evil, God intended for good. Now, if you don't understand God, it's impossible to get that. And I understand there's some people that they just get angry. But you were just talking about the fact that however you got here, you're in America and you're grateful to be in America because there is no country like America that has overcome so many of its own sins and things and continues to try to get it right. Just that idea is, is extraordinary. And when people try to kick that to the curb, you're thinking, wait a minute, no, no, no, no, no, no. Historically, this is a big deal. You got to acknowledge it. And the Judeo -Christian roots and foundations of our country have made us the most charitable nation that's ever existed, have made us the nation that's proclaimed the gospel of Jesus Christ around the world more than any nation that's ever existed. You know, we've got so much to celebrate. And I say people ought to be obsessing about what God wants to do through you in a great country like this of such opportunity, rather than what you perceive others have done to you, real or imagined. And, you know, this is the other thing. I mean, not to put too fine a point on it, I was never a slave. You were never a slave master. And this idea of bringing the past into the present and trying to make us all relate to each other on the basis of institutions that ended 150 years ago, I think is really self -destructive. Well, look, it gets so crazy, right? Because my father grew up in Greece. The Greeks were enslaved by the Ottoman Turks for centuries.
Author Michael Wilkerson Reveals Scary Truths About Globalists
"I continue my conversation from yesterday with Michael wilkerson. He's the author of why America matters the case for a new exceptionalism, why American matters is the book, and you can find him at storm wall dot com. Mike, we are talking about scary stuff. The globalists, the people at Davos, Bill Gates. They have all revealed themselves with the advent of the COVID pandemic, whatever you want to call it. We are in a new world where the forces of evil have revealed themselves to be evil, at least that's my short version. They reveal themselves to be at war with American values, biblical values. This is all new. And so it's helpful in that it's clarifying. And we said this that lots of people have woken up and are waking up day by day who were formerly sleepwalking, drifting along with the narrative. But things got so bad that tons and tons of people are waking up to this dramatic threat. So what are your views of what is the threat and what do we do about it? Well, let's talk about what is globalism. I think it's important to understand that this is the idea that, well, first of all, anyone who's a globalist believes not in the world that you just described, a world of judeo Christian values, a world in which there is a God, but a world that is mechanistic, that it's just running on its own, and therefore the only way to solve these great problems that the world is about to face, whether it be their view of the climate change apocalypse as sort of the main objective or other issues facing the world is to impose a technocratic solution that only the smartest people and the most powerful people on earth can come up with.
Michael Knowles' Controversial Take on Transgenderism
"The news is relentlessly corrupting. What am I going to tell you, my Friends? It's an astonishing time that we're living in. The collapse of reason. Michael Knowles is here, ironically, at the university of Pittsburgh, I'm in Pittsburgh for another appearance. He's at the university of Pittsburgh. He was supposed to debate a transgender individual who backed out, saying that she didn't know who Michael Knowles was, so I don't understand. She took the debate, not knowing who he is. And then Michael Knowles, of course, is with daily wire. He has said the transgenderism should be eradicated. He never said transgender. Individuals should be eradicated the ideas is loathsome, of course. What he's advocating, the death of anybody. Well, that's not true. I am sure there are people advocating the death of Michael Knowles. And anybody who opposes this, what we have here, there are two groups that are involved in the protests on behalf of transgenderism. The the idealogues, well, there were really three groups, first the ideologues, the people whose ideology is to destroy the entire heteronormative system of judeo Christian western civilization. That the ideal is the normative, if you will, is you identify as the sex you and, in fact, are, how you marry someone of the opposite sex and produce a family. That is hated by the left, the very idea they don't hate people who do that, they hate advocating it as the ideal.
The Truth About Society's Contempt for Western Civilization
"I love Pittsburgh, one of my favorite cities, good to be with you, my Friends. As we watch the epic battle for civilization take place, I mention this almost every day. Because people don't believe it. Even many people who are not on the left don't understand that literally civilization is being fought over. And that is the case. At this time, the loathing of western civilization, the loathing of its basis, the Bible, the judeo Christian value system, it's beyond loathing it is contempt, there is a contempt for a few say that you take the Bible seriously, you are considered a fool. And that that idea has been transmitted to an entire generation. Indeed, two generations may be even three, because it was transmitted to my generation, the baby boomer generation. Intelligent people don't take the Bible seriously, it's a fairytale about some creature in up in the sky. That's the way it's dismissed. Meanwhile, it's only secular people who say that men give birth. It is secular people who advocate the castration of boys who say that they are girls, and the removal of the breasts of girls who say they are boys. This is it is a monopoly,
The Commitment to Left Wing Ideology
"So I knew some doesn't interest me. The left interest me. But this doesn't bother half the country. While China has as more coal plants fires that fires up coal at an incredible rate, we're supposed to limit the gas stations in Louisville, Colorado. It was unanimous, of course. I assume they're all Democrats there. And because it is a religion, people will take it. Everyone sacrifices for their religion. It's one of the definitions of religion. That you are prepared to sacrifice for it. So people are totally prepared because with the death of judeo Christian religions, we have secular religions, they're known as, leftist ideologies, and so people are prepared to suffer for it. In fact, it makes them feel even more religious. In the sense of war, committed to their left wing ideology.
Mark Levin: Our Country Is Not About Populism
"But our government isn't about populism It's about republicanism little R republicanism where republic were specifically not a parliament and we're not majoritarian Look at the Bill of Rights Read the Bill of Rights There's not a word there about populism or majoritarianism Those are your individual rights given to you by God and they can't be taken away by antibody else certainly not morally or legitimately But another society is people can vote and take these rights away or the people are manipulated in a certain way to vote and take these rights away Are the people vote once and they install regimes where they never vote again And so you have these totalitarian regimes and again you don't have your rights So this is very very important to understand as we have this developing and new populism nationalism and populism nationalism is even oxymoronic What does that mean What if a majority of people vote for globalism Well not what are you going to do Oh that's perplexing That's confounding We've been here before This isn't complicated This is stupid Conservatism I started a movement many decades ago called constitutional conservatism Is what protects us The framers the great philosophers Locke and montesquieu and Burke And Hume and on and on and on the men that the founders of our country had studied and believed in The judeo Christian ethic whether you're an atheist or an agnostic whether you like it or not you live in a society that was founded in the judeo Christian ethic which creates these rights and principles and understanding of society and so forth
Taking the Word 'Woke' From the Left
"Now guys, you might be thinking Carl, why is this topic with woke the word woke such a big deal? It's a huge deal because it's a cultural indicator that we are starting to win. Here's what is really hard for those of us that are, let's say, on the right, if you will. I consider myself a constitutional restorationist. I believe that we're in a post. Judeo Christian, I believe we are in a post constitutional America, okay? That's where I believe that we're at. But I think that I don't think we've completely lost it or we can't restore it. All right, we've got plenty of fighters out there. The problem is this is not what's happened, what we've seen transpire from the left, how they destroyed the country, did not happen overnight. Now, it was, I mean, it was put on the fast track system during the COVID lockdowns. No doubt about it. But what they've been doing, trying to fundamentally transform the country. This is a, this is a project that's been going on from the left for a hundred years. And now conservatives are starting to fight back and realize it's more than just tax cuts. It's more than just elections. We gotta fight back in the cultural arena if you will. And we're starting to see inroads. People are starting to wake up and I'm gonna give you some examples.
March Madness in a Mad Country With Jason Whitlock
"Welcome to the program. Charlie, thank you for having me. I really appreciate it. I can't push back against being called a conservative, but I like to think of myself as part of the Christian movement. Amen. That's the only thing that's gonna save America. You're always welcome to correct me on titles because you label me you negate me. So that's actually a great segue to a story that fires me up and I sent this to my team yesterday and we were thinking about who's the best person to address this. And it's March Madness season. I love March Madness. One of my favorite kind of sport chapters of the entire calendar year, Texas tech suspends basketball coach for quoting the Bible. Not sure if you saw this story or you're not Jason, but this Texas tech coach is now on leave, university suspended, heads head men's basketball coach Mark Adams for quoting the Bible to a student athlete, Jason, your reaction to the story. Yeah, I'm not surprised by it at all. We talked about it quite a bit on my show yesterday. Listen, on college campuses and in American society, a biblical worldview is under attack. It's being demonized as being categorized as hate speech. And, you know, these young kids on college campuses have been radicalized and convinced that America's judeo Christian culture and founding are evil and at the root of everything that's wrong with this country and it's why, you know, we don't accept the LGBTQ, it's why we don't accept transgenderism and so I'm not surprised at all that a coach trying to reach the kid, you know, quote some scripture and the kid in the school twists what he's doing, how dare you, you know, read scripture, how dare you read scripture that mentions the word slavery and context and reality don't matter and then the corporate media gets involved and they call it racially insensitive and when you can turn the Bible into hate speech, it really just speaks to what kind of cultural war we're in
Caller: Only Trump Can Deal With Immigration, China, & the Deep State
"Wanted to weigh in on Trump's comment about 2024 being the final battle. And I couldn't agree more. I think if we lose this election, we're pretty much done. I mean, it's been unfolding for a while now and you've seen what the other side is done to try to interfere in elections over the last several years. But I mean, we're just at a pass where, you know, we're either going to remain a constitutional republic, but judeo Christian values based on western civilization or whether we're going to become an atheist to country that is embraces fascism and socialism and Marxism. And I mean, just listen to what that recording that he played. But you know, if we don't get control of our southern border, our country is being invaded and it's not only getting a hold of the border tide, it's deporting people who are in here illegally and only Trump has the guts to do that. Only Trump has the guts to stand up and deal with China. You're going to have to deal with the deep state by defunding the defunding the deep state and going after these agencies that are coming after us and only Trump in my estimation as the guts to do that. And you know Charles
The Value of American Values
"The United States of America has become a repressive regime. Words I never imagined that I would utter. It has changed my view of so much. My core values are reaffirmed entirely entirely. American values combination of judeo Christian values, and the love of liberty. And so much else I have a whole book on that. It's more relevant today than when I wrote it still the best help. Why American values? Meet the triumph. Boy, they need to triumph in America. And they did, and they made the best country that ever existed. With all its flaws.
The Wild Human Sex Drive
"Greek society get men who could afford it to own basically boys for sex? Basically had a sexual man. Hard for me to understand as a heterosexual, but it was the case. And not only in Greece, but in many other societies in Afghanistan today, as we have found out, about all the young boys who were used as sex toys by men. Culture has an enormous impact on how people express themselves. The judeo Christian culture did a spectacular job. In channeling the wild human sex drive, into monogamous marriage. I am a man, I seek to marry a woman, bond with her. As it says in genesis, starts very early. Al-Qaeda of each at the emo, and therefore a man shall leave, his father and mother, with each toe. And he shall cling to his wife or to his woman. And by the way, notice it doesn't say to his women, even though polygamy was legal. The Old Testament did not like it.
"judeo - christian" Discussed on Liberty Station
"It showed how many pastors were cowards. Straight up cowards. Yeah. Going back to your comment about politics from the pulpit. You know, funny thing is, is I don't think people really understand what politics really are, right? Now, we do here in rob talks about all the time and I'm not going to go too deep into it from his angle. But simply, politics are just how we organize ourselves in our society. Of course, Christians should be talking about that. Of course, because we are to organize ourselves differently, not as a theocracy, not as that stuff which you get accused of if you are a Christian who engages in politics. Oh, this is what they want. No, what we want is liberty and we want all the things that actual Christian doctrine brings a society of Christian values bring a society, the ability for liberty, which these knuckleheads use to do all kinds of stupid things. Yes. But still, liberty exists for that purpose and without Christianity and judeo Christian values, liberty will not exist. Exactly. For them, too, by the way. For them. I mean, they're reaping the benefits of the judeo Christian ethic that has been here from the beginning in this nation. And there's two problems. First problem is this is that they assume that liberty is man's construct. And is not. Liberty is a result of knowing Jesus Christ, from the sunsets free is free indeed. So liberty comes through Christ and Christ alone. Otherwise you are in bondage. His whole ministry was the set us free. So liberty comes from Jesus. So they make that assumption that it's just something that is everywhere at all times. Liberty is not something that is widespread in the cultures. If you look at history. That was not how it looked. This is something relatively new. And revolutionary when you look at American history, the way women are treated, the way children are treated, all of that came from the teachings of Christ. So we have to acknowledge that we're assuming that these things just came about. Well, these idiots are. By idiots, I mean that the people that are seeking to dismantle the system, which you really includes two people. There's the people that are kind of the elite oligarchy that globalist aims and all that stuff. And they're using all these battles to distract all of us from what they're doing to bring about tyrannical rule. But the other idiots, the useful idiots, the ones that are trying to destroy and dismantle the system, they're doing it out of complete ignorance and lack of wisdom because they believe that they've got better ideas. Now, these same people can't become successful in anything that they're doing in life by and large, they're failures and managing their own existences. And it's fueled by envy a lot of times. Their desire to break things down and all the man is against us and systemic racism and the patriarchy and all that stuff. It's because they are miserable in their day to today existence. Don't have a whole lot going on. And are driven by envy towards the people that are, you know, happy. Exactly. Exactly. And you know, you said that there's the idiots. There's the idiots, but then there's the ignorant. Yeah. And the ignorant, they're the ones that are ignorant of where that comes from.
The Ignorance of the Old Testament
"Okay, so I'm talking about your day of Christian values. And how important they are. What Christianity did among other things is bring the judeo to the world. That's a big deal, so Jews should certainly understand judeo Christian values. Christians should understand that the values that they preach are overwhelmingly, Old Testament based, and of course enunciated and enhanced, if you will, from a Christian standpoint, certainly, in the New Testament. But I did a little experiment here. I put in love God with all your heart and all I got with New Testament references on Google. But of course it comes from the Old Testament, so does love your neighbor as yourself, so does love the stranger. So if any Christian has ever had a problem with judeo Christian values, it's because they are ignorant. Of the Old Testament. And it is an interesting question if you're a Christian when you, if you've got a Christian education, was it both testaments or was it overwhelmingly New Testament? I have seen bibles handed out by missionaries which only have the New Testament in them and it doesn't make sense to me from a Christian standpoint, not just not just from an objective standpoint. One 8 prager 7 7 6 and again, I remind you, the only two religions to share holy scripture are Judaism and Christianity. That's a very big deal.
"judeo - christian" Discussed on Dennis Prager Podcasts
"Every day, when I pass a mirror, I still can't believe it. It's me. I'm looking back at myself. I never thought I'd be this fit again, but 42 pounds ago. I decided to take control of my health and with the help of my PhD weight loss and nutrition. I'm so glad I did. The program is simple, doctor Ashley Lucas and her amazing team, customize a plan for your body to make it simple. They even provide 80% of your food at no additional cost. They treat your entire person as one. Doctor Ashley believes that all change starts with the mind. She'll help you to change your behavior when it comes to food and think differently about food so you'll never gain the weight back. Give them a call right now at 864-644-1900 and they can answer all your questions. If I can do it, you can do it. All right, everybody, I'm going to go to a very important guest in a moment. I just want to take a call here because I want you to know, well, I'm going to know what he has to say. I think we'll find out. This is Kevin in rural Kentucky. Hello, Kevin. Hello, Dennis. How are you today? Very well. Thank you. So I read your article this morning about judeo Christian values. Thank you for writing such a wonderful article. And tell me your religious background. So I'm a pastor. I'm a Pentecostal pastor. And I'm in rural Kentucky like you said, but you just articulated my thoughts so well. I just, I loved it. I went to your website, I'm interested in your commentary on noticed on there. That you're writing one and so at any rate, I was just so touched. And impressed by the article today that I just wanted to call and say thank you. Well, you made my day, fits for people like you that I write and there's nothing more important because the collapse of judeo Christian values is the collapse of the west and I began with a statement by Margaret Thatcher to that effect. People use the term, there were some Jews who don't like it. There were some Christians who don't like it. They're extremely myopic, those Jews and Christians who don't like the term. It's a completely valid term. Nobody ever said judeo Christian theology we're talking values. But very few people can explain them. So you should all read the column and send it out. It's a Dennis prager dot com and town hall and it will be in dozens of other places in the course of the week. I have a thank you pastor meant a lot to me that you let you reacted that way. I had actually rinsed on, are I NBS, when he wrote, what is it the great lady? What was the what was the exact title of his book on The New York Times? Because a lot of last kid, exactly. He's a very important writer. He's an investigative journalist, he's now living in London. Writes for the spectator and tablet to terrific publications, Ashley rinsler, welcome back to the Dennis prager show. Thank you so much, Dennis. So.
"judeo - christian" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"A lot of you will say well. Isn't this just what religion is and and and they didn't get no well they're kernels of truth of real religion that we through some of them with all ogies. What i find interesting about the judeo christian record is that Moses writing genesis one in his creation account it is very counter cultural his View of the way the universe was created. his cousin. Majdi differs from every organized religion on planet. Earth and in fact disagreed with every organized religion on planet earth until christianity became mainstream In the three hundred ad with with The roman empire constantine because every single other religion out there was polytheistic. There were a handful of monotheistic religions. That never really took off but here the judeo christian religion not only does it say there is one god but that these things of the sky these stars and the moon and the sun just objects we. That was count. Do whether whether you believe it or not you. You gotta understand that. This is something that deviate from everything that existed on the planet. And now we know archaeologically even with the civilizations that we're setting up in the western hemisphere. It was completely unique completely. Unique for moses genesis one to say the side of the mood just objects in the sky and the stars. They're just these things god put. They're they're not they're not divine. It was a whether you believe it was divided the inspired or not it was a unique insight that came about thousands of years ago more than two thousand years ago at a time where literally every civilization on the planet treated those objects of this guy is if they were themselves is it that that is a profound insight idol. Think people in our age appreciate of the uniqueness of that insight in genesis one that carried over to christianity then rapidly caused the old gods to to fall away. Now this is not about all the believe it or not. This is not.
"judeo - christian" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Larry Elder out by going to elect elder dot com Because let's be honest, It's an uphill battle. But I do believe that if anybody Can win that race. It's Larry Elder. I do believe that if anybody can turn that state around, it is Larry Elder and I'm not just saying that the blow smoke up your but it's obvious The man has communications skills. It's obvious the man has conviction. It's obvious The man knows his stuff. It's obvious that the man knows what else. California Um, yeah, but knew some cares about power. Cares about power. I hope Greece from his hair slips out any trips. That's all the guy cares about its power, All right? Here's the deal. Let's define why our ideas are better. Christ. I wrote a column years ago defining conservatism and I want to share some of those points with you because I think it is relevant for today. I think it is extremely important for today. You have a left that is trying to absolutely destroy us that there's absolutely trying to divide us divide and conquer. That's what they do. That's who they are. But our ideas are better. Our Constitution is the bomb. Our Judeo Christian value system is the bomb. It is exceptional. I understand slavery. I understand the evils of slavery. But what you don't understand or what The left doesn't understand, Or they don't care to understand. Slavery is universal. The reason why we know so much of our history in regards to slavery is exactly because of how free we are. How were allowed to get information here. Access information look at the people in Cuba. Look at the people in Cuba. The government controls everything. Their access to communication. Access to food their access to medicine. I guarantee you 90% of the people that say they want socialism have no idea. Whatever wouldn't tell But As conservatives. And even Republicans. We have the winning ideas. We understand the importance of the Judeo Christian values system. Why is a Judeo Christian value system so important? Because without God, all truth, all values all morality are just opinions. Critical race theory is that it is a theory. It is a It is an opinion. Given by other people, Mere men. It doesn't mean a thing. It doesn't mean a thing. It's just moral relativism. Conservatism built on facts built on natural law. Let me prove it to you. Let me ask you this question. When Jesus says If a man shall not eat, he doesn't need to work. Or if a man said that wrong If a man doesn't work, he's still not eat. But then you got people like AOC. You've got Biden. Then. Hey, you don't have to work to eat. Well, keep paying you who's right. How do you know who is morally right without a Judeo Christian value system? Where do you derive your morality from? This man it's making up arbitrarily. How do you know abortion is wrong? If you don't have a Judeo Christian value system. How do we know that? God tells us that he knew us before we were born. He can count the number of hairs on our head. The left says. We're just tissue, even though that's stupid, and that's a sign in and they don't believe in science because the truth of the matter is we know that a baby is In The mother's room, but not of the mother's room. Kids. We have DNA evidence. Now we know that The Constitution. I'm so sick and tired of leftist knocking our constitution. It is the greatest document besides the Bible ever given to man. And I mean that The Constitution is our referee in this game of freedom were on a field. Imagine playing on the field. I don't care what you play football. Baseball. I'm not a big fan of soccer, but I'll say soccer The referee. The Constitution is our referee. Hey, you don't step out of line here. Telling The people that are in power. Hey, well, actually, the people in power were the people in power. We the people. That's why I love the Constitution. It never grows old. It never grows outdated because it deals with human nature. This.
"judeo - christian" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot
"I ideas by which one lives well, the United States of America is largely the product Or shall we say by product, The ideas written down on a piece of paper called the Constitution. The apologetic documents related to it called the Federalist Papers, not to mention things like the preamble to the Constitution of the United States, You know, ideas 809 239385 809 23 Double u. D T K science that becomes overly politicized. Can be misleading and become quite the bureaucratic trap. For those of us who love our freedom. And I think that Mr Biden ought to at the very least acknowledge that that is one of the dangers in relying on science 809 239385 You see, science doesn't make its decisions doesn't arrive at its conclusions. It doesn't doesn't sort through things empirically speaking. With regard to Judeo Christian values, the notions of morality or immorality, secularism or the like 809 23 double U D T K dial that number have your say on the program. Brandon is in Auburn Hills, Brandon. What about the president's speech? Hello, sir. How are you doing today? Well, thank you. That is good. I just had two quick points to make. The first one was in regards to science and how you put it with science becoming overly politicized. I really appreciate you saying that, but I was curious about how do we Raise the Trump Administration for Operation Warp speed and the Great job They did getting us the vaccine and then refused to take it. On the other hand. Well, it depends on what your predisposition is. There are a lot of people who believe in the end product as the right product based on what we needed to accomplish. We needed a vaccine to get control of a runaway viral infection here on the American continent. We got the vaccine. And with about 180 million Americans injected, some would say it is a stellar success. Even though there are those who don't agree with the end result. There are the anti-vaxxers. Then there are those who are not anti vaccines, who say I just don't think there's enough information with regard to an emergency approval of this vaccine, and so I am not Going to take it. At least not at this time. Then there are those who are like, Well, you know, I'm not an anti Baxter. But I don't need the vaccine based on what we know about the virus now, so there are a number of different opinions. One may develop. You may not be in that hard and fast camp that condemns the use of this virus, you can celebrate the accomplishment of its rapid development. Even if you question what the long term consequences might be, But you can also at least for the time being object to taking it, Brandon I do agree that you you can object to taking it And that is that is perfectly fair, but it would be objecting to taking it. I feel like the majority would be a politicized view. Uh, they celebrate Trump for taking it, but they don't want to take it because either graduated with Whitmer or Joe Biden are pushing the vaccine so hard. Well, remember, it's we're not talking about a We're not talking about a philosophical or an ideological monoliths. What we're talking about here. These people who may not necessarily be on board with vaccines for a number of different reasons, and they may not have anything to do with the president of the United States, even though they may support the president. Brandon. While this is true, um, there is still we have a year's worth of science to back up the effects of the coronavirus versus the effects of the vaccination, and I just feel that a vaccination To better the American people. Better the economy better the public. It would be a moral obligation to your fellow countrymen to go ahead and, you know, taking a shot in the arm to further the country a little bit Well, What would you think is the more telling statistic the fact that we have an inoculation? To fight the virus or the fact that the virus itself is 99.9% survivable and those who get it. It's a little a little less than 99.9%, but even at a 99% survival rate that is still risking the life of a multitude of Americans. Well, People make that same decision every year with regard to things like flu and pneumonia, which killed hundreds of thousands of people annually. They do kill hundreds of 1000 people annually. But we also know far more about those two things as well as the risk of genetic mutation is less than that of the coronavirus. And if there is one, we have far, far more years of research behind it. Well, that may be true, but the bottom line is that what we know about the virus at this particular point in time, Brandon is that not only is it survivable, but even in the form of it's evolving variants. We are encountering anything that is more deadly or more harmful than the classic virus itself. And so people are free to make the decision. As to whether or not taking that vaccine is appropriate for them. You like the president believe it's a matter of patriotic duty or at least that's what the president is trying to communicate. In that speech that he made from the White House. There are those who would respectfully and knowledgeably begged to differ. Brandon thank you very much for a challenging and thoughtful phone call the president. Thanks to our heroine vaccine effort. We have gained the upper hand against this virus. We can live our lives. Kids can go back to school, and we'll hear what else the president said. We can do and what it is. He wants you to consider doing. 809 239385. Run. Uh Nope. Six o'clock talk six o'clock. Talk with Darryl would folks we're.
"judeo - christian" Discussed on National Prayer Chapel, Pilgrim's Progress
"Outside of the book of acts. Where of course. James was martyred. Stephen was martyred and others. That we don't know the apostle paul when he was operating in his wickedness had men and women executed but antibodies was a powerful witness against the seat of the devil himself. Now as i read this my heart rises up in great trembling and fear for the modern church and especially for the pastors of the modern church. I have watched as the american authorities and the western authorities have closed down their businesses men and women who invested everything they had in that business have now been forced into bankruptcy. The middle class is basically being destroyed. Many people are now on the verge of being foreclosed on because they lost their jobs and they've not been able to pay their rent or their mortgage and so they're being foreclosed on but what is so strange to me. And i don't understand it. Perhaps i don't want to understand is why there has been no outcry on the part of america's pastors calling the church to fast and pray why pastors have ruled over and said okay. We will obey the government's dictates not to meet as a church. Can you imagine the church in china rolling over and saying okay. The chinese government says. We're not allowed to meet anymore for the good of the people and so we're not going to meet. We're not going to hold church anymore. No that's not what they did. The immediately moved to underground churches to meeting in homes and they would be arrested pastors spent years in jail because they refused to obey the dictates of the government. In america the churches became in many places the vac centers for for vacs that was experimental not approved by the fda against a pandemic that was non existent. Oh yes people died of the flu. They do every year. But if you look at the statistics there was no great uptick in deaths in america. Compared to any other year it was faults and one man who i would call a devout christian zero passer rave got her. Shut your church down. Don't stand up against the rules. We've got to obey them. Romans thirteen says we must obey those rules. You will become a laughing stock. Are you kidding me. The national per chapels continued to meet week by week by week. We're not going to stop meeting. Yes we meet in a home. All the buildings were closed off. Church boards voted to close vestry closed there still some churches that are closed. Where is the courage of the church like antithesis to stand up and say no. Our first loyalty is to god. Almighty our first loyalty is not to government. It's to jesus. Countless numbers of people died under the roman persecution. Because they would not simply say caesar as god burn a little incense on the altar. And go about your life. They said no. We will not do that. We are loyal to jesus christ look. America is judeo christian nation. Now there are many in our nation who are not from the judeo christian tradition in. That's okay the founding principles of america the constitution the bill of rights. They are an expression of the judeo-christian ethic what has happened to the christian church in america that it rolls over and denies jesus and goes with what the government says must happen and the local authorities. They say you can't okay. We won't meet. We're mask okay. We'll wear a mask. What against all the scientific evidence. We've come to a desperate desperate plight in the american christian church where the church has turned into a marshmallow. Cotton candy it's a business. It's a culture. It's an institution. It's not a body of christ where we stand with one another and regardless of the persecution that comes to us. We are faithful and true followers of jesus. Christ what will you say if you ever have an opportunity to speak to antithesis. Will you say to him. Why did you witness for jesus and and risk your life. You died a horrible death and he will say yes. Because i am a follower of jesus christ and there is now laid up for me an eternal crowned and i will follow him. Jesus said you did not renounce your faith in me. The american church has renounced its faith in. Jesus christ we have become a push over. We are well prepared for the mark of the beast. Do you think people will not receive the mark of the beast justice quickly as they received the acclamation or the mask or the closing of their business or the closing of their church. We have become passive unwilling to stand up for what we believe because we have so compromised our lives. We're afraid to stand up for jesus christ and say no..
"judeo - christian" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"There is no greater investment than we can make. And an education as we all know, and we must provide support and resource is so that our students can make it across the finish line. First Lady Joe Biden there and we will actually be talking about education coming up in just a bed with the president of the United Teachers of Dade, Carla Hernandez mats, but first we have the good doctor. Dr Ben Carson is joining us and he's got a couple really important topics in Dr Carson. First. It's great to have you back. It is such wonderful work in Miami and southward generally with the opportunity zones as as HUD secretary. It's always a pleasure. Thank you. You know, we were very interested in the whole concept of a rising tide lifts all boats. And, uh, you know, instead of trying to divide our society up into all these little special interest groups, we said, Why don't we fix the underlying infrastructure? To get rid of all these regulations that restrict the growth of business. And let's have a tax policy that incentivizes rather than disincentivize, just people. And the results were absolutely spectacular. I don't hear the current administration talking about very much, but you know the impact was significant. And in fact of looking to lift a million people out of poverty, increasing the property values there 500,000 new jobs. And you know that's just one of the things there are multiple things all really aimed at providing ladders of opportunity for our people. Many ways in which you have performed incredible service of this country. And your work with HUD is one of all men. You know, if you're listening, you hear Dr Carson talked about the successful you remember back when he was nominated by President Trump. What were they saying about Dr Carson? They were saying Well, he's not qualified. What does he know about running hot? And what does he know? Well, look at what he was able to accomplish. And then you take a look at the people that they want running these agencies and you take a look at the historical track records and any questions So yes, even if you don't get the credit in and news media that you deserve I know that there are countless millions of Americans that are better off because of your work. And of course you're in Miami and in part because of this upcoming film called The Sound of Freedom now, Dr Carson My opinion, the greatest human tragedy that plays out on regular basis in this country that gains the least amount of attention. Is what's associated with human trafficking and tell us a little bit about your passion for this topic, and you're screening of the sound of freedom. Well. This movie will be released in January. But it's a next really touching movie about something that goes on right under our noses, and in most cases, people are not really cognizant of it. Um, you know, it's human trafficking and People are snatched off the streets of Mexico, the noise and triangle countries, even some of it going on in this country and the abuse that these Children go through. On fathomable and obviously has a tremendously negative impact on them for the rest of their lives, which sometimes are not very long. Quite frankly. And we're trying to encourage people to To take an interest in this because the only way we're going to stop it. Is, you know, for us to have a solid wall against allowing it to be perpetrated with the border situation. It's gotten particularly bad and United States believe it or not. Is one of the main destinations for the sex traffickers. Um and we have to make sure that we make it clear T o everybody in our society that we absolutely abhor this. That we will hold them responsible. No more turning a blind eye and say, Well, you know that's their business. We can't do that any longer. I know you have to do is what was watched some and she what happens to the Children. You know, the Children is a big focus. For the American Cornerstone Institute. A swell, you know, teaching our Children early on to love each other. To love our country to have respect for life. Those are some of the foundational cornerstones of our nation. Faith, Liberty, community and life and we are starting a new program this summer called the Little Patriot. Will use a number of instruments to be able to teach young people in a way that they will really enjoy it A lot of fun. Toe learn about this nation and about the principles, the guiding principles that allowed us to go for a ragtag bunch of militiamen to the pinnacle of the world in record time. That was not an accident. That was because of those principles. Amen. And if you're wondering what Dr Carson is doing now, Well, he referenced the American Cornerstone Institute. Tell us about the work that you intend on carrying out with your new institute. Well, you know, when it came down to The end of the previous administration. I must admit that I was tempted to finally retire Max and enjoy life. But, you know, looking at the direction of our country, I realized that Wouldn't really be able to relax, saying all these things going on and recognizing that, you know, I'm sitting back leading the life of Riley when my country's security so myself in a in a number of individuals who are worked very closely with it, Hood who had thing kind of visions about our nation. We decided to create the American cornerstones toe based on the four Foundational cornerstones of America. Our faith Which, of course, Isa Judeo Christian Foundation teaches us to love our neighbor not to cancel it..
"judeo - christian" Discussed on National Prayer Chapel, Pilgrim's Progress
"That we understand what this church must look like that. We must understand what the holy spirit wants to do in us. Let's begin in luke. The eighteenth chapter look the eighteenth chapter. Jesus is speaking here. Jesus is speaking here about prayer and speaking some things that the cut right to the heart. Jesus told his disciples a parable to show them that they should always pray and not give up. He said in a certain town there was a judge who neither feared god nor cared about men and there was a widow in that town. Who kept coming to him with the plea. Grant made justice against my adversary. What is justice justice. According to law dot com is moral uprightness fairness equitable. Justice is treating every man and every woman with dignity. that's the legal definition of of justice now. The difficulty in our modern day with social justice is that it's not based on the law. America was founded on the judeo-christian ethic and our laws were birthed out of the ten commandments. God's law now. If god's law is the basis for what is fair and equitable if we understand out of the gospel of jesus christ what is fair and equitable. What is righteous. And what is moral. Then certainly you must have personal responsibility. So today everyone is talking about social justice but the modern woke -ness of social justice has completely turned aside from any idea of personal responsibility. We must hold to personal responsibility in this whole discussion of what is fair. And what is unfair. It is not a matter that everyone should have the same thing when i was growing up as a boy. If my brother got a cookie then. I should also get a cookie. Everything should be the same but in reality in the judeo-christian ethic everything is not equal. It's based on personal responsibility so when we come to this question of the baptism of the holy spirit we come to god. Asking for justice we come asking for justice but we don't ask for everything to be done in an equal way. Instead we come asking the lord to have his way to have his purpose fulfilled in a culture like the chinese culture. That is not based on the judeo-christian ethic we are dismayed. We are offended by its treatment of animals. Eating of the dog were offended by their treatment of one another. It seems cruel and heartless and unjust but according to their understanding according to their law made by a dictator. That's just. I'm not speaking of that kind of justice. I'm speaking of justice that flows out of the judeo-christian ethic out of the moral values of i the ten commandments law. And then the law. Jesus christ do unto others as you would have them do unto you so this woman comes to the judge and she is pleading with the judge for fairness for moral righteousness. But for some time. He refused but finally he said to himself. Even though i don't fear god or care about men yet because this widow keeps bothering me. I will see that. She gets justice so that she won't eventually wear me out with her coming now. This is a judge who does not have a moral basis a fair basis for judging. He doesn't fear. God and he doesn't care about men he is unrighteous judge and this woman keeps coming to this unjust and wicked judge pleading that she received justice justice against an adversary and he refused but finally out of self interest he said. I don't care about god. I don't care about men yet because this widow keeps bothering me. I will see that she gets justice. She gets fair treatment. She gets equity. She gets moral righteousness so he didn't want her to wear him out with her coming now. The lord wants to use this unrighteous man who finally granted this woman equity justice. The lord said listen to what the unjust judge says and will not god bring about justice for his chosen ones who cry out to him day and night will he keep putting them off. I tell you he will see that they get justice and quickly however when the son of man comes will he find faith on the earth. That's not just a throwaway line. Jesus is saying look you keep coming to god and he will hear you and he will grant you justice because.
"judeo - christian" Discussed on Hysteria 51
"I think there is a like the slightest curve on one of these two but it sounds like you're you're hoping you're hoping for did you just ask what the difference was limited rectangle in a square. No i can't remember if it's a rectangular square get the i'm not looking at the map of the nation at the moment i can't remember i can't remember the shape but i remember that it colorado is one of those colorado is basically. It's a perfect. A perfect rectangle tetrahedral. Gotcha perfect excited man. So i guess. We can get into our our our topics and chris yet. A last second change. Yours is very topical came. Why don't you start us off with what you're you're chat were the not. Even an article is more of a twa or a tweet. I'm sorry well once you find out what he's talking about you were act so okay so tom doin. Put out. You know people were like tom. What's going on instagram. You haven't been like super crazy about aliens recently. Like what's what's happening or are you okay. You haven't sent an alien picture in a few weeks. you feel. Okay buddy were saying where are you. Oh okay can you sleep. Did you stop your. I'm making different words. So essentially the colorado is really squares. What we're getting at that here. So essentially so he did so he posted this thing now. A picture of a Person a picture of so there is a lar- a long running history now. There's like a family right. I'm not going. Say the new this photo. I've seen this photo. Yes sarel anyone who's followed kind of ufo stuff on twitter or facebook in the last year or two years has followed this saga of this family. It's as zoom in on said photo but yeah it's a famous family who basically believes or or seems to believe that they are especially connected to aliens in that aliens are have some religious significance in that like the judeo christian like they claimed the vatican is invited them to speak and they've talked to very famous i guess infamous now sort of religious philosopher. Like diana walsh salka. Who wrote a book about ufology being a religion and kind of got sucked into it herself. And now is sort of a big proponent of teams. Like the thing about this family to that i found really interesting. Is most people kind of like wrote them off right away and then. Tsa started having them and talking and in every photo they hadn't shit like that well so the thing. The thing is that they are their story. Comports with it fits with kind of a long running myth in the world. Which is that. Basically aliens are gods. And they're here to make the world better. It's it's like an old school really old school way of looking at aliens. And so they believe that these are like their psychic there all that or angels or demons or whatever. So it's they're all white. It all fits in with a very like it..
"judeo - christian" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"You were afraid that the State Department or the Justice Department would come in and investigate them. Cuomo's going to go to jail. I hope he gets the death penalty. That bastard David Cuomo is your anathema. Is that what you said? I had to look it up something or someone that one vehemently dislikes. Rationing, and that's him. I also cancels out, you know, it's like light is anathema to darkness. It cancels it out, so he's anathema to true fact guy. He's an evil wicked monster were on trial. America will be right back. Stay with you're listening, too perilous World radio. With David and Alan Masters will be right back. Your stress by Roy Masters Subtitled How Your Mind will make you Well. This book teaches you how to resolve your fear, anger and guilt and discover your true identity. Most of us are the sum total of our experiences. Another way of saying this is that we are bothered, burdened as sometimes disabled by our past, unless we learn to respond correctly in the present moment. Present nearly becomes an extension of the past that we are already trying to leave behind In the book, Your stress. Roy Masters teaches the Cure stress exercise, which enables the user to remain calm and patient in the face of extreme stress, confusion and cruelty. Based on Judeo Christian roots. The exercise will help you back to your center of dignity and understanding. And show you how to remain saying poised and tranquil Under the most severe trials and.
"judeo - christian" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"All right. We're gonna play some more on the other side. I I'm speechless. When you hear all this and you hear the twist. It reminds me of Bill O'Reilly, the no spin zone and boy, we need that right now. But sadly, it is all the spin zone every bit of it. We'll be right back. You're listening to perilous world radio with David and Alan Masters will be right back. Your stress by Roy Masters Subtitled How Your Mind will make you Well. This book teaches you how to resolve your fear, anger and guilt and discover your true identity. Most of us are the sum total of our experiences. Another way of saying this is that we are bothered, burdened as sometimes disabled by our past, unless we learn to respond correctly in the present moment. Present nearly becomes an extension of the past that we are already trying to leave behind. In the book, Your stress. Roy Masters teaches the Cure stress exercise, which enables the user to remain calm and patient in the face of extreme stress, confusion and cruelty. Based on Judeo Christian roots. The exercise will help you back to your center of dignity and understanding and show you how to remain saying poised and tranquil under the most severe trials and tribulations..
"judeo - christian" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"For Dominion theology. God. Every paragraph has a lie in it. It is a long term strategy articulated decades ago by a leader in the Christian Reconstructionists movement Gary North. He argued that Christians was used the doctrine of religious liberty to advance their agenda, hoping to raise up Children quote who know that there is no religious neutrality, no neutral on no neutral education and no neutral civil government. Right anyway, I don't know who he is. So we're gonna go on. I do not wish to emulate Q and on enthusiasts and projecting a deep state conspiracy. But there are Christian nationalists embedded throughout our governing institutions. Did you know that? But she doesn't believe in conspiracy theory like human on. Court's military legislatures agencies police. Many are regular figures at the capital and in the halls of power, distracted by those ready to bring on the apocalypse. We have not adequately exposed this more resilient threat to religious pluralism in the United States. You have any idea what she's talking about? Okay. Most people have never heard of Project Blitz, for example. I'm one of them. I have to admit it. It was responsible for at least 75 bills and 2018 that event nationalism. They have a playbook developed by the Congressional Prayer Caucus Foundation, with model legislation designed to privilege quote traditional Judeo Christian religious values and beliefs in the public sphere. I'm all for that. I would love to have traditional Judeo Christian religious values and beliefs. The public square. Yeah. The term Judeo Christian Here is a perverse appropriation of Judaism deployed as a cover for Christian exclusive ism. She knows Fuck..
"judeo - christian" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Inspiring patriots who served God and country to stand up against mental mind control into create strong family relationships. I will be taking calls from Americans and throughout the show who would like to comment or who wants of support and invites you can call in 241092266 80. That's 410 Wcbm 6 80. Always appreciate those calls. Just love to hear your thoughts and your questions everywhere in American society, least obvious to me on Dino to some of my clients and followers that Communist threat is now deeply embedded within our culture. And the threat has included a consistent threat against God, religion and Judeo Christian values in America. And of course, there are more and more Americans who have rejected religious belief and practice and what is also occurring is that I personally and professionally no Many religious people. Including many practicing Christians who just voted for a socialist government. I am imploring Christians in America, godly people, religious people. Who just voted for socialism to really consider if voting socialist is compatible with Judeo Christian beliefs and with religious belief. Today's episode is meant to explore whether or not socialism as and communism are even compatible with America's Judeo Christian roots and compatible with a religious society and from my research and from being a student of history, I believe that it is not Communist writers have maintained that they gave excuse me that they That the Judeo Christian Code of ethics is Class morality. In other words by this they mean that the 10 Commandments on that the ethics of Christianity that they were created to protect people's private property and the right to own private property. And it's seen as problematic because this creates class differences. So within the Communist mindset is actually this ideal. That Religion is as really just meant to oppress people. There's no other reason for religion. It's not actually because people believe in God on it's not actually because a the Judeo Christian values that might actually be good for society. In fact, it's seen as at this twisted view of you know, God is not part of the equation and that it's just meant to oppress people. On. In addition, the requirement for social equality a supposed to the rights to own property is something worth fighting for within Communist ideology. So Communist actually sees Judeo Christian teachings as a force for peace and see this as getting in the way of communism's campaign for worldwide revolution. On dwa one Russian commissar of Education. Anatole Lin, our car ski. Um, he declared, quote unquote. We have Christians and Christianity and even the best of them must be considered our worst enemies. They preach love of one's neighbor and mercy, which is contrary to our principles. Christian Love is an obstacle to the development of the revolution. Down with the love of our neighbor. And what we want is hate on Lee. Then can we conquer the universe now? Obviously, within American society, the conversation is not so blatantly hateful, um, in terms of saying hey, were communists and we hate Christians, right? We're not going to really hear that, In fact. Within. You know, some of the Marxist communist movements going on in the United States of America. Now it's not there, not even actually openly Communist There's sort of hidden on day actually get many Christian followers who believe in black lives matter who believe in Club this, you know, socialist ideal that we should redistribute wealth and, of course, the attacks on our American capital two weeks ago. When we found out this week that you know when we were seeing who was being charged with the actual violence that occurred in the Capitol building. Ah, week and a half ago that Leaders of Antifa and black lives matter who are proclaimed Communists were among the people charged, so the mainstream media will continue their deception and pretend you know was the conservatives in America who attacked the capital, even though there is proof That most of the Trump supporters who were in Washington D. C, protesting that day protest that peacefully, and that's some or many of the agitators who became violent were actually Communists dressed as Trump supporters. Their goal is revolution in the United States, even though Americans have ultimately rejected socialism and communism throughout history Early in our country's history, actually didn't know this story. But I was doing more reading and preparation for today's show and early in U. S history. When the Pilgrim Fathers landed at Plymouth, they had actually determined to establish a brotherly Communist colony. It's not something I was taught in my history class. Um, the Pilgrim's launched their socialist community with the most hopeful of expectations, and the circumstances were actually somewhat favorable for success. If if You know Communism could be successful. It seems like these could have been good circumstances because the pilgrims were actually isolated from outside help. And they were desperately motivated to make the plan work in order to survive. They had a strong work ethic on do you know they had come here to colonize and they wanted, you know, to be away from authority. They wanted to create their own. You know their own way of surviving separate from the The British colony. So secondly, the pilgrims had a select group of religious men and women who enjoyed a cooperative fraternal feeling towards one another. So they were actually a pretty cohesive group. But after a year governor William Bradford he wrote an account of what happened. And I'm going to read this to you because I think many Americans have not heard this account. At least I know I like I said, I sure had had not heard it. In my American history class. Um, So, he said, this community was found to breed much confusion and discontent and two retired much employment that would have been to their benefit and comfort. He's writing about the early pilgrims who tried a Communist method where they all would share all of the work and the and the benefits of the work for the young men that were most able and fit for labor and surface. Service did re pine that they should spend their time and strength to work for other men's wives and Children. Without any recompense..
"judeo - christian" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"The Constitution is not a Document that gives US rights. The Constitution is a document that restricts the government from taking them. Just read how it's written. Hunger shall pass. No law infringing this. That or the other. The right to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed by the government. It tells the government how far can go on the government has become a tyranny. It's gone way farther than it never should have should have ever gone ever. That's a fact. Conservatives believe in conserving those rights. Those freedoms those liberties and our founding Judeo Christian values. You have to be Jewish or Christian. You could be anything you want in this country, but our value system is based. Is based on Judeo Christian values. We the 10 commandments are laws are based on it. We the Magna Carta mentions God all the time or laws are based on it. All The founding fathers were either deists. They believed in God, or they were Christian. That's a fact. The first holy Bibles were printed by and distributed by the House of Representatives in United States of America. These are facts. What do conservatives believe? And I'm not a Republican. I'm a conservative. Conservatives believe very simply. Go with the lowest taxes possible to fund a government that should be tiny. We believe in the lowest regulations possible while keeping some semblance of of peace and not allowing corporations to take advantage of us and so pollute the air of the ocean. You're following me. Regulation should be minuscule. They should exist, but very, very small. We believe that government should be out of our business. Government maybe can teach us how to fish. But don't give us a fish. We don't want government to make us reliant on them. We believe in a small amount of entitlements a small amount of welfare until people get back on their feet and go help themselves. We believe the charity and welfare should be done by the community, not by the government. When the government does they always screw it up and they always lose the money or keep the money or spend the money some other way. We believe that the baby should be born. It's rather simple. You don't kill somebody who has not been born. I don't I don't understand it. Be honest with you. We believe that we believe that this is a Judeo Christian country that is based on the value system that has morals and values and we have we have an upstanding community that follows those morals and standards. We also believe And freedom and liberty. And freedom and liberty comes from an untethered in ourselves from a government tyranny from an overwhelming, overwrought government that controls everything we do. Let's talk about liberals. Progressives more specifically and notice. I'm not saying Democrats, liberals and progressives. They believe in higher taxes somehow. Is going to make the economy better. What Large, expansive, liberally growing government. They believe in Cloward Piven, which is Bankrupting the government through entitlements. They believe in controlling you from great from from birth, cradle to grave. They believe that they're smarter than you should control you. Period. End of story. By the way. Conservatives also believe in fossil fuels because God gave us the fossil fuels to go and get and used for energy for heat for our cars and to get us from from here to there. Liberals believe Get rid of fracking get rid of fossil fuels get rid of gasoline get rid of gas powered cars. They also believe that a woman can kill the unborn child. Whenever the hell she feels like it, even to the point of birth. And believe me, the vast majority of abortions. What is it 98% something like that are not about incest, rape. Or or anything like that. For the life of the mother. No, no, no High ninety's percentile is because that'll feel like having a kid. Star killer. Liberals believe that were secular society and that religion plays no role. In fact, the government is the religion. Liberals believe believe in overwhelming regulation. Overwhelming. They also believe that the Constitution is not a firm document in stone..
"judeo - christian" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"And welcome back to coast to coast. George Noory with his Cheryl Chumley with us or latest work, Socialist Don't sleep Christians must rise for America will fail. Tell me about that part of your title. Cheryl. The second part about the Christian Yeah, well, I dedicate a whole chapter to explaining why Christians are uniquely positioned at this time in history to rise and bring this country back to the state of individual freedoms Founding fathers intended but just to throw out a couple of basic reasons this country was founded on Judeo Christian principles. You know the secularists. The atheist will try and deny that and try and teach the emerging generations that that is completely untrue. But historical truth is historical truth. The nation was founded on the principles so it only stands to reason that if we want to recover the great freedoms that these Judeo Christian principles granted that Video Christian culture community has to rise up and take them back. And I think Cristian community and in particular has been for two silent in recent times, the churches have grown quiet. The churches have been watered down, and that has led to a more secular nation, which pulls bear that out. And I think that's a big Part of the reason why our culture and our politics have have fallen has degraded if our if our morals compass is off, then our politics will be off because our political leaders won't be properly morally compass so that that's the main obvious reason in your opinion. Cheryl, When did this shift start? Well, it's been it's It's been slowly through the years it's been decades long. You can point to the loss of Ah lot of moral standards in the sixties, you could point to progressivism even before that. But if if you look back through history communism the threat of communism the front of Socialism has been part in parcel for very long time in America. We had to read scares. World War, one error and World War two errors. So this has been a goal of the far left infiltrate America's political and cultural systems for a very long time, I will say in recent months It's just been mind boggling how fast the socialist type policies have sped into America and the big government crackdowns have gone forward due entirely to a Corona virus. Well, why? Why? You haven't see you those on the right. The more conservative people. Why didn't they start shifting that way? Well, why is it just the Democrats? Oh, it's not just the Democrats. I actually dedicated entire Chapter two Republicans have shifted towards socialism. This isn't just a party thing. It's just Democrats and Republicans have equally bad actors. When it comes to anti American policies. It's just that one party, the Democrats is speeding along at a much faster pace. And Republicans. Republicans have their own special brand of socialism when when it comes by way of business is too big to fail. So we have to take tax dollars and give them to private companies, which in turn cripples the free market, a cornerstone of America's freedom. So Republicans are guilty to Republicans like Torto them have open borders to bring in cheap labor to boost corporate profits, which in turn gives people like Elizabeth Warren, who is a car. Carrying progressive slash Socialists caused to cry about America's capitalistic system. What about these bailouts of the covert bailouts to the stimulus package is necessary or not? Yeah, See, e mean short answer. Yes, because it's been the government. Orders that have kept hardworking Americans from going to work and putting food on the table. So if you take this is a glimpse in time you have to say yes. The stimulus dollars they're necessary. But if you step back and look at it in the larger scene, we wouldn't be where we are right now. Having hard working Americans rely on stimulus dollars if we weren't in the position of allowing government too. Force us into staying home and not working. Well, I mean, I had a story on while you are on hold before you came on. A group of the scientists wanted to make their way into China to go and study in Wuhan..
"judeo - christian" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"I think you're sure. Yeah. You found the tide of Don show. So hang on a cigarette Squeeze in Paul. Paul. Good morning. What's on your mind, Paul? Good morning. Happy New year to you all. Yes, sir Paul. My question. Did Joel listen to the House of Representatives member that preyed on? He's a Methodist member, and he prayed to Brahma and a monotheistic god in any other gods, and then closed it with a man and a woman way we talked about this earlier. Let me play the audio. This is representative Emanuel Cleaver. Missouri Democrat in the name of the monotheistic, bad banana and got known by many names by many different things. A man and a woman. There you go. There, you going? Well, first of all, Let me let me let me clarify a few things. The word Amen has nothing to do with gender whatsoever. It means so be it. That sort of thing. That's a Morris Hebrew translation. Brahma. If I'm correct, I did a little research earlier this morning. That's more with the Hindu faith. So maybe he's Hindu. I don't know his faith. But it was to cover it all. Yeah, well, we're Judeo Christian nation founded on Judeo Christian values, and that is a blasting me to our Lord Jesus and I have a big time problem with that. Well, listen, I agree 100% with what you just said. But it's almost too late, isn't it for us Christians to start throwing Christian faith out there, right? It's never too late to stand up for Jesus. You have to stand up. We have to take a stand A nation Pardon? The expression is going to hell in a hand basket, and God's judgment is coming down on this nation. And when our leaders play like that, and leave just like that, you're basically saying we're now I got this nation and we don't believe in them. One God. On and our money says God, we trust swearing allegiance. When I swore in as a U. S navy, I swore and to the nation and For God, and that God is Jesus. So this is a long while. We listen, Paula, you and I probably agree with a lot, but I have no problem with Emanuel Cleaver being Hindu whatsoever Anybody practicing the faith the way they want to practice it. I just thought it was funny the way he said Amen and a women. That right there says everything about his his knowledge. What one of the of the Bible and just prayer. The guy should not be the one leading the prayer Well know, And what is what is the goal? There is the goal there something he firmly believes or is he just trying to be politically trace out? Got an update on a story that broke earlier this morning. In our local news. A suspect is now in custody after a SWAT situation This is just off of I 35 happened early this morning. Yeah, The Austin Police Department says officials were working, you know, working a barricaded subject. Call around 5 30 this morning on the 1200 block of ice 35 year Parmer Lane. About eight o'clock this morning, Police provided an update, saying the incident is now being classified as an officer involved shooting. You know, the suspect sustained non life threatening injuries and was taken to the hospital, according to Charlie Wilkinson. He's with cleats. The combined Law Enforcement Association of Texas suspect barricaded himself inside a nearby hotel and said the subject was shot in the leg. When he charged officers in a stairwell. Wow. Now, intent may have been taste as well and then shot by one of the other officers but shot in the leg and I don't think he was shot in the leg intentionally. Like that was the intended target. But maybe itwas because you know, there's been a big push for our police when they're in a situation like this, shoot the wings shoot to wound him. Why don't you shoot him in the leg? Like in the movies? Just do that. Right. So you just just aim just taking them just just like that? I don't know if that was the officers in tension. I don't know. I just wonder how that goes, you know, towards training and is this is this. The critics of a PD is this we were talking about, You know, it's critic being being a cute A PD being accused of having a military mindset. Is this is what is this? What they're talking about? I'm trying to understand what they mean when they say that exact I'm trying to get my head around trying to have an understanding of what are you going back to the report from the city. I'm going back to that. But but Anyway, I This is a situation the SWAT situation where they probably have to do have to take kind of a military militaristic approach. And whatever that is, whatever they're thinking, But obviously it gets pretty scary out there. Obviously, it gets crazy out there. Nobody got to do what they gotta do. Nobody else was hurt. Just the suspect in this case and happened early this morning to write 35 Farmer. Yes, It's pretty interesting story, 512. 3605 90. Let's see. Patrick is at the airport. Good morning, Patrick Patrick. Good morning, guys. Are you guys good? I kind of got into it The last that I didn't know if I was commenting on the right thing When I heard the guy hang on a second. We need to bring go ahead. Go ahead. We need to bring religion into brother. Above all that, you know, I'm a big critic of that. You know, I'm like paralyzed people who are like pro life. I was watching the Eric Rudolph. Being on Netflix this weekend. And, you know they're pro life killing babies. And yet they're setting bombs. Yeah, I got you. I hear what you're saying. I understand what you're saying. I'm not sure where you're going or anything like that. But I'm just not ready to have. Ah, conversation like that on the radio This morning is never any never any place to end. All we were doing was making fun of the lawmakers say a man and a women. That's it, You know, That's it. It was. It was hilarious. It shows his level of intelligence. Or like they're obviously we'll just leave it at that. Let's see J checking it from Briar Cliff. Yeah, And it says you need some help. Getting what? What do you need A good Looking for gigs. Look your song writer guy. Liver get bothered You guys a couple times? Yeah, well, find a place that would, uh I just want to catfish song, maybe play a little bit of it. Going on? I don't know. I don't know what's going. I don't know. I'm have no good for nobody. After all over this not happy. That's fine. But just, you know, it's tough out there. You know, I suggest you contact any venue that has outdoor possibilities for you right now Close to the band said are getting booked anywhere. You play outdoors. Yeah, I'm playing knows I got a couple of those have been planned. I played a different space at home, but on and l got your one out here by Willie Ranch. Yeah. And, uh, okay, I got some good but not enough. Well, we'll be on the next match will be sending good thoughts in your direction in there, man. Hang in there. I know what stuff for those folks so away. We helped him big time..
"judeo - christian" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS
"Program is pre recorded. We believe that the Judeo Christian ethic has provided the principles upon which this nation was founded. It is our belief that these principles provide not only the foundation and frame work for American government and society but are also essential to the maintenance of a fair and just society. All program contact is based on a Christian biblical worldview. One of you said to me recently that we shouldn't rock the boat. Ladies and gentlemen, I want to tell you High on a boat rock rock. Something skipping over there. Hello, friends as well. So if you wanted me stoppers, atheist skeptics, lunatics, weirdos and assorted bad guys. And, of course, all of the good guys and girls off their welcome to the Sons of liberty you have with yours truly. Mr Bradley. Dean folks have any time you'd like to check us out. Know who we are, What it is that we're conveying to you..