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"kimber" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

Christian Podcast Community

11:37 min | 6 months ago

"kimber" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

"We owe upon himself that we could be set free. We have to turn from trusting ourself as good personal trusting our good works and trust what Jesus Christ did as the payment of sin on the Cross two thousand years ago. Because he's almighty God. He can pain eternal fine because he became a man he could pay the fine of men. That's what makes him unique and he proved that he was God and that he can offer us the forgiveness of sins by not just dying but raising himself from the dead three days later. So that's how I would go from Summer Vacations into the Gospel Nice. So let's talk about the couple minutes we have left. Let's talk about the film. You're working on now. I I've gotten the privilege of seeing a little bit because I was standing kind of behind you or off to the side of you trying to see if I can make Justin Peters. Laugh while you serious questions. It was probably why he didn't look at me at all. But but I I get to see do some of the filming so I got to see some questions. You're you're asking folks and just from the little bit I saw. I'm really getting cited to see this one. Come out what's the one you're working on. Now what's what's the theme of it. Who Have you interviewed? Cata the bag with one hoops. But what what are you seeing different with this wolf well? The theme is going to be about the Holy Spirit kind of comparing and contrasting the Biblical Holy Spirit True Holy Spirit to the Holy Spirit we see in the ER or the new apostolic reformation. So I'm kind of heading back again toward a similar topic of the first film because the word of faith movement and the NRA are kind of like there's some overlap there Some call it a sister movement so the Nar is kind of the belief in the Modern Day Office of Apostle and profit and within that there there are shared beliefs with the word of faith movement. So this isn't really again again. It's not really a matter of the debate over the gift of the spirit and whether they continue or not or if they see These are issues that a lot of them deal directly with the person of Christ and I kind of touched a little bit of that and the first known but There's this there's an over emphasis on miracles. How miracles relate to Christ and UH so for example? You might ask the question. Well what was the purpose of Christ miracle so I'd say the Biblical answer is these are signs pointing to Christ Deity? The prove that he had the thirty forgive sins so that you may believe that he's the son of God so the NRA are the people in that movement would really say the opposite. He wasn't they'd say Christ wasn't trying to prove he was the Messiah through his miracles. You're just trying to prove what you can do about. The power of the spirit wasn't healing. The sick prove that he could heal the sick to prove that you could so it it twist that the become the man centered Theology that take works of Christ and turns them into how we can have power and dominion or the consequences of sin in this life. And you see this in Bethel Church I hop lifestyle Christianity. You know these. These people think They take the passage John. Fourteen about Jesus saying you believed in me and the work that I do. He will do also at greater works than the fuel do because I go to the father. They think that means we can do greater miracles than Jesus I think the biblical answer is and you find what Jesus means by the work in John. I think after six. There's a crowd around you this and they ask you know what? What's what should we do that? We can work the work of God and Jesus says this is the work of God that you believe in him for that so the greater works are about the Gospel. We've done greater works than Christ in the sense that we've taken the Gospel to the nation's work whereas crave only ministered him this local mall region over a short period of time. The disciples took it to the nation. So it's greater in scope not greater and like miraculous power disciples didn't even do greater works or greater miracles than Jesus No one raise a dead man like Lazarus after multiple days It really It comes down again for the WHO is Christ and I touched this in the first of all. It's called kinetic geology. So they view they would say that Jesus did his miracles and lived his sin month life as a man not as God so we asked the question who did Christ Miracles. I would say the Biblical answer is the three persons of the Trinity. The Father Don Hoi Spirit they all work together and within that you could say you know it's Biblical to say that Christ that his miracles by the power of the Holy Spirit the NPR would say that it born again and man by the power of the Holy Spirit. That's who Jesus was. He was just the born again and didn't miracles by the power of the spirit. He didn't have his own divine power because he emptied himself of all divinity in the incarnation and only needed miracles by the power of the spirit. So what they're misunderstanding is the trinity. You know it's not wrong to say that the Holy Spirit is acting in Christ miracles cousin you but it. It's wrong to say that God. The son is an acting or using his own divine power so the Holy Spirit is the spirit of Christ in Romans. Eight nine we see that. So if you look at Christ's miracles you know when I think the Leper ask Christ if he was willing to heal arm Christ that I am willing be cleaned when he did his miracles Like walking on water Where who received the worship in response to those miracle well it says the disciples worship than saying truly you are the son of God. If he was just a man with the Holy Spirit like us or the apostles he wouldn't he would have rebuked the disciples in turn. You know the worship away from himself and directed at toward God but no. He received that worship. Because he is God the son and Cryer to the incarnation. And during the incarnation. He always did his work. His miracles from father by the spirit they all. The Trinity Does Their Works Together. So really the the key misunderstanding here in an Er is who is Christ. And how is he doing his work on earth and so then they're they're they're distorted version of this makes them think that they are basically like little gods that can do the same or greater things than Jesus and so the focus all becomes about US trying to do miracles and healing and it gets directed away from US proclaiming the Truth. About Christ you. This is sounding so similar to what we just got talking about with. Progressive Christianity. It's right back to all about me. And a misunderstanding of the attributes of God. And this is why. When I started studying systematic theology I came out of the charismatic movement from my Jewish background. I got into got to college and the only people I knew charismatic and word of faith and I thought they knew better than me so I just was believe what they were saying and I just remember a conversation to people. I wasn't even involved in the conversation but one guy just did not. Everyone believes that tongues are for today and I was like really. I didn't know there were different views on that so I went and read first. Corinthians twelve thirteen fourteen. This is wrong everything. I was taught that these chapters actually condemned not support. And so it was just immediate. I just walked away but I said I never never wanted to be deceived. I was like how. How can I know that I wouldn't be deceived anymore? And I spent the next four years reading everything I can get my hands on on harmony How to interpret the Bible and one of the things that came out of it was when I started. I said okay. I want to start studying theology because I don't want to be fooled there either and one of the things. I ended up realizing as I started studying different theology books in systematic theologies was. I started seeing that. Everything goes back to the attributes of God. So I put the theology on the side forbid and I spent six years reading every book anything I get on attributes of God because I said if I can understand that then when I enter into studying the different theological positions I would sit there and be able to. Just compare it back to this attribute. This attribute this attribute and that has been so invaluable to me. Because you're seeing it with what you're saying this is now your third movie and what the same two issues are coming up self and attributes of God right. I mean it's it's almost like saying well. There's nothing new that you could say your you know it's almost like whatever system that you're presenting. It's the same thing that you you go back to and when you go back to them the this is here. This is going to be there. Every time is a deification of man or the motion of God or Demotion of Christ. That's the same thing as in Progressive Christianity. You know were Richard. Rohr's saying that everyone is Christ or is in Christ that a deification of man so yeah for understanding correctly. A man is in a very low place and it goes back to that. I lie at the garden. You will be like well. I'm looking forward to next film coming out and having you back on to talk about that one may maybe we could get you on before it actually releases to pump it up. That would of course mean that I would have to get an advanced copy just saying Hey I'm trying here folks I'm trying. Hey Brennan thanks for coming on. I really really appreciate the work that you have done. On the first two films looking forward to third and I again want to encourage everybody to go out to American Gospel Film Dot Com. And get your copy today of both film one end film to make sure you get both of them. You do not want to miss this. You WanNa make sure that you watch both American Gospel Christ alone. American Gospel Christ crucified. Which the third one is going to be called will end on that dino yet I do but I don't know if I want to say okay. So that is that we folks stay tuned. Make sure you subscribe to the rap report because it sounds like maybe maybe we could try. Get HIM ON BEFORE. And we'll get the title before it actually comes out. We'll we'll try desperately. What will work on work on them but make sure you got to American Gospel Film Dot Com and get the two films that are out today. Hey you're stuck at home. Download them and watch them with your family. It's a great thing to do better than anything else. You're gonNA find like on netflix anyway. So until next time remember to strive to make today an eternal day for the glory of God and you know what Brandon. That's a wrap. This podcast is part of the administration for more content requests Speaker Seminar to your Church Attorney Dot Org..

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"kimber" Discussed on Andrew Rappaport's Rapp Report

Andrew Rappaport's Rapp Report

11:36 min | 6 months ago

"kimber" Discussed on Andrew Rappaport's Rapp Report

"Upon himself that we could be set free. We have to turn from trusting ourself as good personal trusting our good works and trust what Jesus Christ did as the payment of sin on the Cross two thousand years ago. Because he's almighty God. He can pain eternal fine because he became a man he could pay the fine of men. That's what makes him unique and he proved that he was God and that he can offer us the forgiveness of sins by not just dying but raising himself from the dead three days later. So that's how I would go from Summer Vacations into the Gospel Nice. So let's talk about the couple minutes we have left. Let's talk about the film. You're working on now. I I've gotten the privilege of seeing a little bit because I was standing kind of behind you or off to the side of you trying to see if I can make Justin Peters. Laugh while you serious questions. It was probably why he didn't look at me at all. But but I I get to see do some of the filming so I got to see some questions. You're you're asking folks and just from the little bit I saw. I'm really getting. I'm excited to see this one. Come out what's the one you're working on now. What's what's the theme of it. Who Have you interviewed? Cata the bag with one hoops. But what what are you seeing different with this wolf well? The theme is going to be about the Holy Spirit kind of comparing and contrasting the Biblical Holy Spirit True Holy Spirit to the Holy Spirit we see in the ER or the new apostolic reformation. So I'm kind of heading back again toward a similar topic of the first film because the word of faith movement and the NRA are kind of like there's some overlap there Some call it a sister movement so the Nar is kind of the belief in the Modern Day Office of Apostle and profit and within that there there are shared beliefs with the word of faith movement. So this isn't really again again. It's not really a matter of the debate over the gift of the spirit and whether they continue or not or if they see These are issues that a lot of them deal directly with the person of Christ and I kind of touched a little bit of that and the first known but There's this there's an over emphasis on miracles. How miracles relate to Christ and UH so for example? You might ask the question. Well what was the purpose of Christ miracle so I'd say the Biblical answer is these are signs pointing to Christ Deity? The prove that he had the thirty forgive sins so that you may believe that he's the son of God so the NRA are the people in that movement would really say the opposite. He wasn't they'd say Christ wasn't trying to prove he was the Messiah through his miracles. You're just trying to prove what you can do about. The power of the spirit wasn't healing. The sick prove that he could heal the sick to prove that you could so it it twist that the become the man centered Theology that take works of Christ and turns them into how we can have power and dominion or the consequences of sin in this life. And you see this in Bethel Church I hop lifestyle Christianity. You know these. These people think They take the passage John. Fourteen about Jesus saying you believed in me and the work that I do. He will do also at greater works than the fuel do because I go to the father. They think that means we can do greater miracles than Jesus I think the biblical answer is and you find what Jesus means by the work in John. I think after six. There's a crowd around you this and they ask you know what? What's what should we do that? We can work the work of God and Jesus says this is the work of God that you believe in him for that so the greater works are about the Gospel. We've done greater works than Christ in the sense that we've taken the Gospel to the nation's work whereas crave only ministered him this local mall region over a short period of time. The disciples took it to the nation. So it's greater in scope not greater and like miraculous power disciples didn't even do greater works or greater miracles than Jesus No one raise a dead man like Lazarus after multiple days It really It comes down again for the WHO is Christ and I touched this in the first of all. It's called kinetic geology. So they view they would say that Jesus did his miracles and lived his sin month life as a man not as God so we asked the question who did Christ Miracles. I would say the Biblical answer is the three persons of the Trinity. The Father Don Hoi Spirit they all work together and within that you could say you know it's Biblical to say that Christ that his miracles by the power of the Holy Spirit the NPR would say that it born again and man by the power of the Holy Spirit. That's who Jesus was. He was just the born again and didn't miracles by the power of the spirit. He didn't have his own divine power because he emptied himself of all entity in the incarnation and only needed miracles by the power of the spirit. So what they're misunderstanding is the trinity. You know it's not wrong to say that the Holy Spirit is acting in Christ miracles cousin you but it. It's wrong to say that God. The son is an acting or using his own divine power so the Holy Spirit is the spirit of Christ in Romans. Eight nine we see that. So if you look at Christ's miracles you know when I think the Leper ask Christ if he was willing to heal arm Christ that I am willing be cleaned when he did his miracles Like walking on water Where who received the worship in response to those miracle well it says the disciples worship than saying truly you are the son of God. If he was just a man with the Holy Spirit like us or the apostles he wouldn't he would have rebuked the disciples in turn. You know the worship away from himself and directed at toward God but no. He received that worship. Because he is God the son and Cryer to the incarnation. And during the incarnation. He always did his work. His miracles from father by the spirit they all. The Trinity Does Their Works Together. So really the the key misunderstanding here in an Er is who is Christ. And how is he doing his work on earth and so then they're they're they're distorted version of this makes them think that they are basically like little gods that can do the same or greater things than Jesus and so the focus all becomes about US trying to do miracles and healing and it gets directed away from US proclaiming the Truth. About Christ you. This is sounding so similar to what we just got talking about with. Progressive Christianity. It's right back to all about me. And a misunderstanding of the attributes of God. And this is why. When I started studying systematic theology I came out of the charismatic movement from my Jewish background. I got into got to college and the only people I knew charismatic and word of faith and I thought they knew better than me so I just was believe what they were saying and I just remember a conversation to people. I wasn't even involved in the conversation but one guy just did not. Everyone believes that tongues are for today and I was like really. I didn't know there were different views on that so I went and read first. Corinthians twelve thirteen fourteen. This is wrong everything. I was taught that these chapters actually condemned not support. And so it was just immediate. I just walked away but I said I never never wanted to be deceived. I was like how. How can I know that I wouldn't be deceived anymore? And I spent the next four years reading everything I can get my hands on on harmony How to interpret the Bible and one of the things that came out of it was when I started. I said okay. I want to start studying theology because I don't want to be fooled there either and one of the things. I ended up realizing as I started studying different theology books in systematic theologies was. I started seeing that. Everything goes back to the attributes of God. So I put the theology on the side forbid and I spent six years reading every book anything I get on attributes of God because I said if I can understand that then when I enter into studying the different theological positions I would sit there and be able to. Just compare it back to this attribute. This attribute this attribute and that has been so invaluable to me. Because you're seeing it with what you're saying this is now your third movie and what the same two issues are coming up self and attributes of God right. I mean it's it's almost like saying well. There's nothing new that you could say your you know it's almost like whatever system that you're presenting. It's the same thing that you you go back to and when you go back to them the this is here. This is going to be there. Every time is a deification of man or the motion of God or emotion of Christ. That's the same thing as in Progressive Christianity. You know were Richard. Rohr's saying that everyone is Christ or is in Christ that a deification of man so yeah for understanding correctly. A man is in a very low place and it goes back to that. I lie at the garden. You will be like well. I'm looking forward to next film coming out and having you back on to talk about that one may maybe we could get you on before it actually releases to pump it up. That would of course mean that I would have to get an advanced copy just saying Hey I'm trying here folks I'm trying. Hey Brennan thanks for coming on. I really really appreciate the work that you have done. On the first two films looking forward to third and I again want to encourage everybody to go out to American Gospel Film Dot Com. And get your copy today of both film one end film to make sure you get both of them. You do not want to miss this. You WanNa make sure that you watch both American Gospel Christ alone. American Gospel Christ crucified. Which the third one is going to be called will end on that dino yet I do but I don't know if I want to say okay. So that is that we folks stay tuned. Make sure you subscribe to the rap report because it sounds like maybe maybe we could try. Get HIM ON BEFORE. And we'll get the title before it actually comes out. We'll we'll try desperately. What will work on work on them but make sure you got to American Gospel Film Dot Com and get the two films that are out today. Hey you're stuck at home. Download them and watch them with your family. It's a great thing to do better than anything else. You're gonNA find like on netflix anyway. So until next time remember to strive to make today an eternal day for the glory of God and you know what Brandon. That's a wrap. This podcast is part of the administration for more content requests Speaker Seminar to your Church Attorney Dot Org..

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"kimber" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

Christian Podcast Community

10:04 min | 6 months ago

"kimber" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

"Small quotes. I gave a lengthy quote so people saw the context. And I've had a lot of people told me that that was helpful because when they do share the Gospel with Jehovah witness or Mormon or someone like that they're not just grabbing one quote. They saw the context. We were able to understand that and that helped in sharing the gospel. I think one of the things that you did. That was just brilliant. Is that you'd let them speak. Do you get pushback on that. Not everyone likes that yes. Because that's I mean I'm sitting there. I'm sure going okay. I bet there's a lot of people that went. No this is. You're you're letting them evangelize so go through why you chose to do that. And what was some of the pushback well for one? I kind of understand when you're listening to people speak falsely about the truth. You're GONNA WANNA pull your hair out if you have any here The reason I decided to let them speak was I really feel like. It's a good apologetic tool to be to be able to understand the progressive argument. Because when you when you have a conversation with a friend who identifies as a progressive Christian you WANNA know. They're an understanding their thinking and I really thought that having the film kind of like a debate format would really help. People understand the full the differences between each side in their understanding of the cross the attributes of God And like you said some people thought I gave them too much time. I I feel a every time. I allow them to speak something false that I have someone come in and counter it with the truth. A lot of this disagreement focuses on the attributes of God. So when we talk about the cross the atonement penal substitution. It really comes down to the attributes of God's love versus is justice or you could say love and Grace Versus Justice Righteousness Erath And one of the guys. I interviewed his name. Is Tony Jones? He's kind of a leader. In the Emergent Church Progressive Christian Movement. He is against the doctrine of penal substitution. And he throughout the film will say that God doesn't need you can be a loving without his justice or he can forgive without demonstrating his justice. So he's trying to kind of pit one attribute against the other and he goes so far as say that God doesn't need to be beholden to any attributes at all that he can. He can just be love. He doesn't have to be justice or have just justice The problem with this is that when we get to the end of the film. Tony says the reason he hates. The doctrine of penal substitution is. Because it makes God the author of a terribly unjust system will tony. You just said that God didn't need to be just so why. Why is it a problem and he just allowed God to not be beholden to any attribute? So he could be unjust if you want to. But you're complaining that this doctrine makes God looked unjust. Like you're contradicting yourself. Right there so with that there may be some people who don't even know what Progressive Christianity is because this may be new for some people which means they definitely should go out right now and get the film because if you don't know what it is then you definitely should be checking out. I should mention that. If you WANNA get the film you can go to American Gospel Film Dot Com to buy a copy whether DVD or you downloaded from video or things like that but let's discuss what is Progressive Christianity. Because this is having an effect on more Christians than there are where many people don't even know they're in a church that's a progressive Christian church because it's such a gradual deceptive movement. So can you give the really kind of just as a broad brush of what people can expect when you say Progressive Christianity? What exactly is that? And and then maybe if like how do people lead into it? Like how do people stumble into slowly getting into Progressive Christianity? With maybe not even realizing it. Yeah Well Progressive Christianity. I think at the core has a different view of the Bible. A lot of these guys in this movement will not. They don't believe that the Bible is the word of God. They'll say it's written by men and that's it. Their view of the Bible is that this man's view of God that has progressed over time. So you go back to the Old Testament and e c difficult things in there were maybe. God is commanding Israel to use violence against a sinful wicked nation. And they're going to view that as a genocidal God and they'll think that that's just Israel's understanding of what God told them at the time but that was wrong they. They were wrong about that now. Our our understanding of God now in the president is much more evolved in an a higher in Weiser view of God so they'll even get even Paul's view and say that their view has evolved beyond his. So it's really looking at the Bible as a human book. You'll you might here I disagree with Paul here. And there's this emphasis on the red letters of Jesus that his words are somehow more important than the rest of the Bible. The Bible is not the word of God it's just man's thoughts about God And really what this comes down to? Is that the progressive has no objective authority on what is truth It's really just based on their feelings. so all the essential you know. Gospel doctrines are a really open to be questioned and reinterpreted in this case in the film we're talking about the doctrines of hell talking about penal substitution and I would just say that a progressive Christian really denies a lot of these core gospel doctrines. If you deny that Christ objectively accomplished an atonement on the Cross for your sin you're left with the cross. Just being like immoral influence where this this is just an example of how Jesus was really loving and now you should just be loving. Well you don't need the cross for that like any. Religion can provide a moral example so the religion of Progressive Christianity just becomes just love. God Love People. That's the law. Not The Gospel. You see this in your film so much of it is that they're the one word they seem to focus on more than any other love. It's all about love and yeah the thing that I think was shown by you allowing them to speak is the fact that they're definitional. Love is wrong. Their definition of penal substitution is wrong. It's it was good that you let them speak because even though yes. It is frustrating to listen to these guys over and over again. I'm just like wanting to yell at the TV. Because they're just they're wrong they. They don't even used proper definitions. Reinterpreting like words and definitions is another problem too and it is frustrating. Because they're sitting there and saying well I think it was either Tony or or a breadth that that said I won't point. He's like well. I'm just I don't accept the God like that just like you're not God I mean they sound exactly like atheists because they're they're not believers like eight the some of these guys I don't I can't say all fit into category unbelievers but some of the guys you interviewed. I can't believe they're saved. Because they're fundamentally talking about a very different God when they talk about God's justice and they're saying that that's just that's bad God shouldn't be punishing people. What should he do with criminals? Like I think the real thing with the Progressive Christians and tell me if you think I'm wrong but it sure seems like for all of them. The big thing is that they focus on man and not God. Do you agree yeah? I agree When it comes to their understanding of the nature of man the attributes of God you know. They're they're interpreting the attributes of God again through their feelings When it comes to me think the the nature of man a lot of them like Tony Jones will deny the doctrine of original sin. So I mean if you're if you're generally if mankind is generally good to begin with why do we need a savior? We don't just need a moral influence right you. Could you could be a witness or Mormon for that. Yeah and a lot of most of them are universalist. So you know everyone's going to heaven A lot of them are influenced by a guy named Richard. Rohr who I cover in the snow. Ninety did not know him before watching the film and when I was listening to him and he seems to be the father for a volley. He's guys in this movement and I'm just like man anyone listening to him. That knows the Bible should be able to quickly go. Okay.

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"kimber" Discussed on Andrew Rappaport's Rapp Report

Andrew Rappaport's Rapp Report

10:04 min | 6 months ago

"kimber" Discussed on Andrew Rappaport's Rapp Report

"Small quotes. I gave a lengthy quote so people saw the context. And I've had a lot of people told me that that was helpful because when they do share the Gospel with Jehovah witness or Mormon or someone like that they're not just grabbing one quote. They saw the context. We were able to understand that and that helped in sharing the gospel. I think one of the things that you did. That was just brilliant. Is that you'd let them speak. Do you get pushback on that. Not everyone likes that yes. Because that's I mean I'm sitting there. I'm sure going okay. I bet there's a lot of people that went. No this is. You're you're letting them evangelize so go through why you chose to do that. And what was some of the pushback well for one? I kind of understand when you're listening to people speak falsely about the truth. You're GONNA WANNA pull your hair out if you have any here The reason I decided to let them speak was I really feel like. It's a good apologetic tool to be to be able to understand the progressive argument. Because when you when you have a conversation with a friend who identifies as a progressive Christian you WANNA know. They're an understanding their thinking and I really thought that having the film kind of like a debate format would really help. People understand the full the differences between each side in their understanding of the cross the attributes of God And like you said some people thought I gave them too much time. I I feel a every time. I allow them to speak something false that I have someone come in and counter it with the truth. A lot of this disagreement focuses on the attributes of God. So when we talk about the cross the atonement penal substitution. It really comes down to the attributes of God's love versus is justice or you could say love and Grace Versus Justice Righteousness Erath And one of the guys. I interviewed his name. Is Tony Jones? He's kind of a leader. In the Emergent Church Progressive Christian Movement. He is against the doctrine of penal substitution. And he throughout the film will say that God doesn't need you can be a loving without his justice or he can forgive without demonstrating his justice. So he's trying to kind of pit one attribute against the other and he goes so far as say that God doesn't need to be beholden to any attributes at all that he can. He can just be love. He doesn't have to be justice or have just justice The problem with this is that when we get to the end of the film. Tony says the reason he hates. The doctrine of penal substitution is. Because it makes God the author of a terribly unjust system will tony. You just said that God didn't need to be just so why. Why is it a problem and he just allowed God to not be beholden to any attribute? So he could be unjust if you want to. But you're complaining that this doctrine makes God looked unjust. Like you're contradicting yourself. Right there so with that there may be some people who don't even know what Progressive Christianity is because this may be new for some people which means they definitely should go out right now and get the film because if you don't know what it is then you definitely should be checking out. I should mention that. If you WANNA get the film you can go to American Gospel Film Dot Com to buy a copy whether DVD or you downloaded from video or things like that but let's discuss what is Progressive Christianity. Because this is having an effect on more Christians than there are where many people don't even know they're in a church that's a progressive Christian church because it's such a gradual deceptive movement. So can you give the really kind of just as a broad brush of what people can expect when you say Progressive Christianity? What exactly is that? And and then maybe if like how do people lead into it? Like how do people stumble into slowly getting into Progressive Christianity? With maybe not even realizing it. Yeah Well Progressive Christianity. I think at the core has a different view of the Bible. A lot of these guys in this movement will not. They don't believe that the Bible is the word of God. They'll say it's written by men and that's it. Their view of the Bible is that this man's view of God that has progressed over time. So you go back to the Old Testament and e c difficult things in there were maybe. God is commanding Israel to use violence against a sinful wicked nation. And they're going to view that as a genocidal God and they'll think that that's just Israel's understanding of what God told them at the time but that was wrong they. They were wrong about that now. Our our understanding of God now in the president is much more evolved in an a higher in Weiser view of God so they'll even get even Paul's view and say that their view has evolved beyond his. So it's really looking at the Bible as a human book. You'll you might here I disagree with Paul here. And there's this emphasis on the red letters of Jesus that his words are somehow more important than the rest of the Bible. The Bible is not the word of God it's just man's thoughts about God And really what this comes down to? Is that the progressive has no objective authority on what is truth It's really just based on their feelings. so all the essential you know. Gospel doctrines are a really open to be questioned and reinterpreted in this case in the film we're talking about the doctrines of hell talking about penal substitution and I would just say that a progressive Christian really denies a lot of these core gospel doctrines. If you deny that Christ objectively accomplished an atonement on the Cross for your sin you're left with the cross. Just being like immoral influence where this this is just an example of how Jesus was really loving and now you should just be loving. Well you don't need the cross for that like any. Religion can provide a moral example so the religion of Progressive Christianity just becomes just love. God Love People. That's the law. Not The Gospel. You see this in your film so much of it is that they're the one word they seem to focus on more than any other love. It's all about love and yeah the thing that I think was shown by you allowing them to speak is the fact that they're definitional. Love is wrong. Their definition of penal substitution is wrong. It's it was good that you let them speak because even though yes. It is frustrating to listen to these guys over and over again. I'm just like wanting to yell at the TV. Because they're just they're wrong they. They don't even used proper definitions. Reinterpreting like words and definitions is another problem too and it is frustrating. Because they're sitting there and saying well I think it was either Tony or or a breadth that that said I won't point. He's like well. I'm just I don't accept the God like that just like you're not God I mean they sound exactly like atheists because they're they're not believers like eight the some of these guys I don't I can't say all fit into category unbelievers but some of the guys you interviewed. I can't believe they're saved. Because they're fundamentally talking about a very different God when they talk about God's justice and they're saying that that's just that's bad God shouldn't be punishing people. What should he do with criminals? Like I think the real thing with the Progressive Christians and tell me if you think I'm wrong but it sure seems like for all of them. The big thing is that they focus on man and not God. Do you agree yeah? I agree When it comes to their understanding of the nature of man the attributes of God you know. They're they're interpreting the attributes of God again through their feelings When it comes to me think the the nature of man a lot of them like Tony Jones will deny the doctrine of original sin. So I mean if you're if you're generally if mankind is generally good to begin with why do we need a savior? We don't just need a moral influence right you. Could you could be a witness or Mormon for that. Yeah and a lot of most of them are universalist. So you know everyone's going to heaven A lot of them are influenced by a guy named Richard. Rohr who I cover in the snow. Ninety did not know him before watching the film and when I was listening to him and he seems to be the father for a volley. He's guys in this movement and I'm just like man anyone listening to him. That knows the Bible should be able to quickly go. Okay.

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"kimber" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

Christian Podcast Community

09:34 min | 6 months ago

"kimber" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

"You know we live in times where we have been dealing with being at home and things like that and we did not want to miss giving you an episode but halfway through the recording our guest lost Internet and we had to switch to a phone conversation to get the rest the recording so you will hear an audio change about halfway through however the content is so good. We did not want you to miss it so stay tuned for the RAP report. Come to the RAP report with your host Andrew Rappaport where we provide biblical interpretation and application is Ministry of striving for eternity and the Christian podcast community for more content or to request speaker for your church go to striving for eternity. God more all right. Well I'm your host Andrew Rappaport. Welcome to another rap report. We're glad to have you with us would really looking forward to today. We're going to have someone on who has produced a film that I could say literally has impacted the world. How do I know that well many of you know that I have been travel and speak? I've traveled around the world but I've gone as far as the Philippines. That's about as far as you can get from where I live. It's literally the other side of the world and even while as the Philippines. I had so many people that had been impacted by this film. And we're talking about it so many that said they came out of Carrie's mania because of it they were so involved in in a false gospel and that film is American Gospel. Which kind of sounds weird? It's American Gospel and yet they're having this problem in Philippines in Mexico and everywhere else but I wanNA welcome Brandon Kimber. Who is really the director of the one that I've only seen behind the camera all the time. I've never seen anyone else when I've seen him filming so I think he's a one man shop he says he's not but I think it's. It's all more all his brainchild but brandon. Welcome to the RAP report. Thanks for having me. Andrew so literally you call this American Gospel. This has literally impacted the entire world. I mean there's this issue that you presented as an American Gospel issue has been an issue that really we. We ended up seeing everywhere. You started with your your first film. Which was Christ alone which has been out since two thousand eighteen but today we wanNA talk about your second one. You're the Chri- Christ crucified. Which came out just last year. But I WANNA I asked. What was your thinking? Why did you start the American Gospel which I guess right now is kind of a trilogy but maybe not because I know you're working on third one? What what was your thinking. Why did you start it? And did you ever think you would the impact that it has but this started really based on my own experience in struggling to understand the Gospel here in America I grew up in that kind of charismatic hyper. Charismatic type of church influenced by the word of faced doctrine. I would say that the Gospel wasn't very clear there was a really unbalanced view of God. I didn't really understand how grace and justice and righteousness kind of work together in the Gospel. Message in the Cross. I think my old pastor was very focused on grace like his. He would be the kind of guy that would say. The God of the Old Testament is different from the god of the new. He'd say things like I'm a New Testament. Preacher not an old testament preacher but I was aware and heard about the reality of Hell. I think at a young age. My parents took us to this. This play called Heaven's gates Hell's flames were S- kind of like you see stories of people dying and then standing before God and they either go to heaven or hell. I think that was pretty terrifying for me but it led me into this idea that you needed to ask. Jesus into your heart to become a Christian and I was very confused by that. Probably said that prayer hundreds of times and it wasn't until I was in college where I was introduced to the clear Gospel through the Internet and just discovering sermons online and it was just a a journey of hearing the Gospel that way and slowly realizing that the church that I was in was preaching moralism basically like moralistic preaching. Eventually I I left that Church. Even at the end of creating that first film we left that church just through this whole process but I yeah like you said. The impact has been incredible. It's in about sixteen languages right now. People all over the world are reaching out volunteering to do you know translation for subtitles. It's a spin by God's grace I you know I did not expect at all. But it's had a huge impact. Well let's start with the just briefly because maybe someone's listening and they they haven't watched the first one the first one. You actually started with the project where you kind of put out a trailer. You interviewed some people. Get some folks and put that out for kind of a concept. I guess for people like you who ended up getting in there. Because you've got some pretty big names in the first and the second one I think the second one maybe even more so just for folks who may not know just for background really quick. What was the the background of how you put that together? How did you? How do you into planning some of the interviews? You did just like oh I want to be in that or were they a little bit fearful. Because I think there's at least one who person who's a little bit fearful. The process is pretty difficult. I think over the course of three or four years and I started in twenty fifteen and started doing research and reaching out to people and I started interviewing people pastors and friends of mine kind of locally in my area and I created a concept trailer using those interviews along with like clips of some of the bigger named people and I put that out there as just kind of a way to show people that direction of the project. The problem I encountered was when you when a complete stranger a nobody contacts you to do an interview about the Gospel. I don't blame. I wouldn't blame a person for not trusting me because this is a topic about eternity. You don't want someone to take. Your words out of context may look like a heretic so I had some difficulty in getting people to participate of the one example would be maybe Paul Washer. I think he had some negative experience in being in volved in a film before where the producer of that film turned out to be a cult leader or something and they wanted to get him out of that film and were having some legal issues with that so he didn't want to deal with the trouble of being in another film so he declined at first but I ended up going and visiting his church which was nearby my in laws in Virginia and I talked with them in person and you know eventually we made an agreement that he would. He would do an interview But he would hold off on signing his appearance. Release until after. He saw the completed film and approved. And so I kind of use that as a way to get people anyone who maybe was having trust issues. I just offered you know. You don't have to sign here appearance to release until after you see how I use your footage so that really helps especially with the second film where I interviewed people who were in the Progressive Camp. You'll you're pretty intimidating guy. I've been around your very intimidated. You know one of the things is that you did the this one. We WanNa Talk. About the Christ crucified. One of the things that I saw this when I saw the film and unite talked about your privately was the fact that you did allow these guys to explain their view. I mean there I would say a good portion maybe quarter of the film is actually the Progressive Christians making their case and then clearly being completely shut down by the likes of every solid. You had you had Paul Washer. You had filled Johnson yet. Justin Peters there's even macarthur and you you you got the heavy hitters just like okay. Let's let's demolish what they said? But I think one of the things that you did so well is let them speak is to let them be able to say in their own words and you gave enough to give that they have the context. I mean this is one of the things that I hear about my book. What do they believe? Is I know that most people don't have a Koran or a book of Mormon or things like that so when I would quote these things I mean. Just give.

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U.S. Supreme Court rejects challenge to ban on gun 'bump stocks'

Rush Limbaugh

00:34 sec | 8 months ago

U.S. Supreme Court rejects challenge to ban on gun 'bump stocks'

"The trump administration's ban on bump stocks backed by the Supreme Court here's ABC's Andrew Kimber this morning the supreme court handing down a ruling in a landmark gun case a ban on bump stocks in the United States will stand after the nation's highest court rejected an appeal by a group of gun owners who challenged the regulation bump stocks are devices that allow semi automatic gun to shoot more than one shot with a single pull of the trigger the ban which took effect in March twenty nineteen makes possessing a bump stock a felony with up to ten years in prison and a two hundred and fifty thousand dollar

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Post Time: Fountain of Youth is leap day for Derby hopefuls

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

07:01 min | 8 months ago

Post Time: Fountain of Youth is leap day for Derby hopefuls

"Happy Fountain of Youth Day. Thank you thank you starting early today for so eleven. Thirty fourteen racist today so should be a good one. I don't know if people think chancellor card yet but I mean it's just stacked start to finish so we're we're gearing up for a day. How's the weather down there today? Good conditions it's great It was very breezy and on the chilly side yesterday. Obviously not Florida are rolling their eyes at US saying that it's cool but it feels different when it gets colder down in Florida will definitely say that. But it's gorgeous. Today it's going to be low. Seventies son is out a little bit less windy than yesterday as well. Let's start with the Fountain of Youth. That will be the final of the fourteen races on this Saturday program. Twelve horses are entered. There was some conversation about chance it potentially coming out because of the outside post position As of just a little bit ago I think he is still in so some decisions yet to be made but twelve horses set to go. How did you see this one? Yeah he is still and he does have until forty five minutes before the race as is the protocol for Great. It's so he's got some time There was one scratch just of the number two horse in there but This is a tough race chance. It's been really impressive. And Ultra talented and and obviously Fun Horse to watch down here but I did go with the Horse. That actually finished second to him in the Home Watch. Oh man and that is as you know on. Tv For Kelly Brian. I just thought that this course who I had not actually seen him physically before leading into that last race and he really showed me. Both in the flesh needs performance that he was the type that could handle the stroud and distance effectively. I think he's drawn well and he's going to be really tough. Obviously done this moment. It's going to take a lot of attention. Chance it as well and those are some good horses but I'm GonNa land on as seen on TV seen on. Tv Ninety two on the morning line has been extremely consistent. You mentioned the forest arts. Two wins two seconds and that runner up in the mutual macho man last time to to under pokka. Lopez here this afternoon. I'd like to spend more time talking with you about some of the other contenders but in the interest of time here this morning. Let's move on to the race. For the three year old girls we don't want to neglect the phillies The Dow is race number ten one mile on the main track. It will go right around that four o'clock eastern time. Yeah this is an exciting race. You've got tunnel shape city outside Saffy. Joseph's junior has obviously really burst onto the scene this year with the likes of math wizard and then of course potential Derby contender and Chan said and he's also got affiliate that Again is undefeated and turned out to be the first graded stakes winner for Tony. Lists and sire and she even though she's been so impressive it does kind of feel like even in this race that she still has a little something to prove. It'll be interesting I think that the race really revolves around the todd. Pletcher Philly in spices nice. I mean she was just a monster in her debut and I spoke to todd yesterday and he said that she was the phillies but they obviously really had high hopes for given the purchase price and her breathing out of the Dorsey and she not only showed up in her debut. But I watch pretty much all of her recent workouts at Palm Beach downs and I spoke to todd about this too and that she's been training for the most part with some of the really highly touted colts and his part including the point. Who was really well tipped out market analysis. Just some very talented horses. That have won first time out. And she's been training with the colts. A Lotta Sense. Kinda dwarfs inside too. She's a very very big Philly but she has a nice way of moving and they taught it said that was a way of them kind of testing. Just how good is she? And she's really responded to retest. Yeah that I start. She dominated her maiden race on January twelve. She won by twelve ran away from the field. That probably could have been more if they wanted it to be. That was at the same one mile distances. Today's Dimona del Was there a obviously? She was the favourite that day ACACIA but was a palpable buzz around spices. Nice when she walked into the paddock that day there was and you know she would not necessarily be the type of horse that I would pick out in a lineup Just face off of you know looks for a Horse. That would win first. Came out like I said. She's very big she by curl and She has kind of a long stride along next to her and I thought that she was going to win. But I was almost wondering puts. You need a race which you need to turn. And she's just so talented that she was almost kind of able to overcome. Maybe not looking like the precocious sharp I out type of winter so I thought that was really interesting as well. And and obviously this is going to be a tougher spot going right into graded stakes company but think that she is really one of the box. Office potential superstars on the undercard today. And I'm excited to see her. I also use underneath though in Second. I use five reluctant bride. Who I think is good and I like her switching to stay. She's got dirt pedigree and I spoke to Patrick the cone the other day and he said he tries a lot of his horses that he thinks are good. On the turf I F. A. Indian and sold allante being perfect examples and He says he thinks it's an easier trip. And then you switch them to dirt and that just might be where they're most comfortable and that's what he's doing with this one today who just closed so impressively in her first race. And I think that she's got some ability to talking with ACACIA. Courtney from Gulfstream Park here on the Horse Racing Radio Network Again Fountain of Youth Day Fourteen races. We have time to look at one more case you have about a minute or so. Just over that for we have to get to the next segment The Gulfstream Park Mile is race number. Twelve another big field. Eleven horses entered one mile on the main track. And this is a very interesting race gear. Mclaughlin had to including Hi Collin true. Kimber I really like hike. Second also layoff. I think he's GonNa be a big improvement for him today. And I think that it's kind of always flies under the radar is how Creek Hustle. He's actually my top picks some paddock school the other day for Vicki Foley. I think he's actually going seven furlongs. One Turn My. Oh which is what he gets today. just a side note. It's the treat to see Pegasus World Cup runner up MR freeze back. And he'll turn back and distance as well for for Dale Romans who could potentially have a big day. Yeah it could be a huge day for Dale and ACACIA. Has a very busy day ahead of her. So we'll let her go. Acacias squeezed me in this morning. I appreciate you taking a few minutes. Go enjoy the rest of the day and we'll talk soon. Thanks for being here all right. Thanks guys take care. She's the best Acacia Courtney. The little a here on the horse racing radio network do miss having her with us on the network but she's doing good things down there Gulfstream and on some of the other national. Tv

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"kimber" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:18 min | 10 months ago

"kimber" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Lower deck can say Kimber okay no problems over the Tobin or in the airport tunnels and on the lever connector rob Hakluyt WBZ's traffic on the three is plenty of sunshine today we are heading up to forty nine tonight partly cloudy heading down to thirty three in Boston twenties and some suburbs mostly cloudy tomorrow going up to forty three rain sleet and snow will be arriving tomorrow night with the potential for freezing rain heading down to the low thirties Monday cloudy damp and chilly with a wintry mix and turning into mostly rain hi a thirty nine a new year's eve on Tuesday cloudy with scattered rain going up to forty six and sunshine finally returns for new year's day with highs in the lower forties right now plenty of sunshine and wind to forty seven degrees down in Quincy fifty one in Danvers forty four of the Merrimack New Hampshire forty seven in Winchester and forty six in Cambridge and Boston it's eleven thirty five plenty of people will be rushing into the frigid waters of Gloucester later today to honor the life and legacy of the man who inspired the global ice bucket challenge today would have been P. frayed east thirty fifth birthday the annual plunged repeat will be held at one o'clock this afternoon on good harbor beach Pete was a native of Beverly he was a former BC baseball star he died earlier this month after a seven year battle with a alas WBZ TV is Michael a cross talk to Pete's father John about today's events the classic it's going to be fun we have a nice surprise for everybody hundred buckets and then we're going to do a quick seaside ice bucket challenge and that ice bucket challenge so far has raised more than two hundred and twenty million dollars for ALS research meanwhile participants in today's plunge repeating Gloucester are registering right now at bass rods golf club and following the event there will be a huge celebration at that Country Club one person has died in a two car crash in Rehoboth if this happened around seven forty five yesterday morning on route forty four when police arrived on the scene firefighters and he and he asked had already removed two people from one of the vehicles both people were taken by EMS to Rhode Island hospital in Providence where the driver was pronounced dead the passenger suffered very serious injuries and we're learning that people in a second vehicle involved.

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Wheel of Fortune Contestant Goes Viral After Saying He Is 'Trapped in a Loveless Marriage'

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

Wheel of Fortune Contestant Goes Viral After Saying He Is 'Trapped in a Loveless Marriage'

"How well it's rare that we get bowled over by someone's personality and wheel of fortune but that's exactly what happened when contestant Blair Davis introduced himself to America Monday night the San Diego resident was asked as is customary by host Pat Pat Sajak about his family and his response went viral I've been trapped in a loveless marriage for the last twelve years to an old battleaxe name Kim she cursed my life with three step children named Starr RJ and Ryan and I have one rotten grand Jack as you heard of the audience erupted with laughter see Jack then asked Davis who was also sporting a very long beard if he was being facetious any admitted he was adding that he actually loves his family quote like nobody's business color battle axe yeah so battleaxe seem Kimber twelve years in is that right rotten grand son that's funny yeah

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"kimber" Discussed on The Hustle Project Podcast

The Hustle Project Podcast

10:06 min | 1 year ago

"kimber" Discussed on The Hustle Project Podcast

"I personally I like it I just I just struggle with the idea of being twelve ten years old and picking the sport I love being invested one hundred percent what I loved the Yes what worries me a little bit. What the plus side is that? These kids are learning that with intense with intense training in anything anything they can master that they put a lot of work into one thing. You're going to get something really great out of. I liked that too but I just feel like is at such a young age yet. What stress they're learning the work ethic but they're they're they're losing out on a lot of other things? It's a double edged sword. I don't I have two kids. I don't know where I'm going to be when that time comes to make those decisions but that's a really tough decision but boxing doesn't seem to be like something that a lot. A lot of people dedicate a lot of their life into no. I mean 'cause people don't realistically I don't WanNa get hit. It's not everybody. Everybody I mean Mike. Tyson's quote is the best quote. Whatever you know everybody has a plan? That's true though. How much do you love Mike Tyson? I love my pets. I love my he to me he he was the most I mean. His life was just unbelievable but he he was the most dominate just scare finger boxing. Ever when I think of growing up in the nineties like I number one athlete athlete. Tyson say Jordan but now obviously your dad but Tyson like me and my friends used to hang back in the day and we used to watch the The youtube videos of the highlight reel from Tyson. And we used to just we watch a repeatedly and we would just be fast because we were just young. We didn't realize how dopey he wasn't. We got in the ring. It was unbe and they were already his in unbelievable. He's on my list of people are going to be big but he walks in just note black shorts no shirt the little towel on no music voice and is just throws you got no neck. You know what I mean. And he slips and so growing up who was your like. who was your role like? Did you WANNA be like growing up. I love Roy Jones growing up. That was agree with now is my guy. 'cause I was athletic. That was fast. Build his guy like some of the things you can do and I was like I love Roy. I've never seen anyone move like Roy. God I used to do. I still do with kids and stuff and the guy even spar I still do it. I I love Roy growing up. He's got some nasty for and I'm not. I'm not huge into boxing but I know the big names Roy. Jones Junior was unbelievable unbelievable. Incredible incredible and he gets his props to but so it was Roy. Jones Junior. He he He only he just he waited too long right. He should just left left this book gracefully and he just stayed way too long. And that's what that's what. That's the dampers him right in people but I don't I tell people all the time to meet his legacy just you know he has a rough and he's trying and make ends meet in certain ways right away still doing his thing I understand like a Lotta these dudes will give it up either. Because they have nothing else after. They don't know what to do. I mean I'll tell anybody right. Now that's listening sending to this if dedicate a percent of your life all day every day for twenty thirty years and then just say why made a lot of money and I'm gonNA walk away can't doesn't it's not about both at some point. It's more than the money. The money is great in the end it affects their lifestyle is the repetition. Is We used to do something. And sometimes the decision they make when they retire when he stop when they stopped their craft and they have to they want to stay in the same space. Those decisions are that's not what they're used to doing. Well they're not used to making those Dec- celebrity when they lose the celebrity pretty status. And that's what they try to keep it you know but that's why like yeah. It's tough to watch a guy like Roy and career and see that to me. Doesn't that diminish him. Aw You know I'm actually happy. You said Roy Jones. I haven't heard his name like go him in a while and had grown up. That was my guy I mean as I got older washing I started watching floyd like older. Because I'm very defensive very slick and just the artem box is the hit somebody without being. Hey pit him is. Is that unlike the thing about the people's like people that don't know boxing as much. We'll watch certain files or see certain things and think that he runs he does this so he avoids people. You have to know the sport and you have to understand. It's a science in man. He's he's he's he mastered it on another level. I can't appreciated on the level that you do. Yeah and and and a lot of people can't when I watch fights either with just boxers or just by myself so I don't watch a lot of people for that. It's funny because I was really into baseball growing up and I still am but life gets busy in somehow fell to the wayside but for a while for a minute was like really hot on baseball. Probably Twenty seven to thirty thirty to thirty two and I used like I used to watch all the any game that was on. I would watch it but then I realized how much I would just walk down to the Little League field in my house and I would watch a a little league game once in a while and I was like this is unbelievable like I love. These kids are crying when they just the feeling of it because it's not the professionals right so it was different. Yeah and so. I remember watching and I couldn't go too often because I don't want to do but it was literally right behind my house from the window of I really but I remember to see and I was like wow this is just just I loved that passion that people have when they're like really really sometimes when people get to that pro level. It's it changes little. Yeah absolutely a little bit but so so so how is business businesses. Good man. I mean. We're getting there. We just opened up in July for the new space. So you know now. I'm just congratulated. Thank you now that it's you know. Put Down Everything's in the building and emporer supposed to be now is just about advertising and getting all the new clients and you have so much experience operating Jim to you now. It's more about can you. Can you fill the gym. And so the goal right. We got the gym now. We have to feel that must be number one focus so tell me a little bit about what you like. What are you doing? What are you so like right now? I'm just which is like the mind body because everybody's on mind body among uh-huh what's up with that I saw that because I'm actually getting involved in a business where I could use something like that and I know I know this software company in about I don't that was US five. Six years has been out now. Maybe and it started off kind of small but every business has my body now and like so now if you it's a scheduling tool is scheduled to bite if you there's different options to it right at different payment levels of pans in like the higher the payment plan that they advertise to you into other things for you like gay clients for you if you can like you know so they do more running social e-eh they do they do some things so they did. I mean in everyone has it. So it's kind of like the link on because everybody has a mind body accounts now to the account. They can search kimber fitness. Nisa pops up so they can look at my schedule. You know what I mean and again onto my schedule they can ask class. And you go there. The actual portal. Yes along with being your website asserted that design your website. No friend of mine did with me and they link just create a bad so I think to myself and everything else and they they they sit down they call you like it's pretty serious. I think all like days as I mean I did some homework. I was snooping around dope website. It's it's clean it's a clean it's clean it's clean and you know what I've I've come to grips with that wet like growing up from me. Websites were your opportunity to showcase yourself. I don't really feel like that's the case anymore. I feel like social has taken that you just Kinda don't want that though because you've ah realistically right. You can instagram. You can still you know Selfie and all that and do something like even the videos. I do like the gym but then the daily even on the page you Kinda WanNa Wanna see. What the gyms about right he's about but yeah? Yeah that's what I was getting to is that it looks like more websites are a little more formal. Now they're more just like you know it's like a nice listing telling you a little bit personal but the like I love the social side of it for a gym because there is so much of that going on. There's so many any story. So much positivity so much hard work and gratitude and those before and after pictures and just every go with Jim how are you using the social platform to help. Fill that Jim just like I said like you know the videos posted about coming down and showing people in the gym working now in different levels of people right like I don't just post athletic people doing things. Like if you've noticed I post you know from person that's overweight doing something or a person that's Ho- slower doing something a little located or even the athlete but it's not always the person that can do it well right person. That's kind of pushing to do it but you see them pushing to do it. But they're doing it and then loving they finish it in their smile. It's it's inspiring to someone who's sitting at home on the coach doesn't feel good about themselves and might want to lose a few pounds and they see someone else who looks like them doing. It's actually more inspiring to me to have a client that I need my help. Yeah right that must be one motive. You know what I mean. That's a movie it's like the person comes in that is overweight or has health issues or needs my help rarely with with a just mentally whatever it is and if I can be there they're helper and be their guide her and get them to that level and get into the goals I mean. That's it's rewarding. It is no I love that. I think that's great So what's in the future for you. What are you thinking I mean discontinuing obviously pounding? Just the AD pounded the pavement managers. Make this Jim Flourish. In the day I WANNA be a staple in PD spe- known own As not just the boxing gym but just agenda ever be at the gym that everyone is welcome in family orientated. You know everyone can be there in like no one's judging them. Everyone's data help them. Not Hurt. Hurt them right right and so what about what about you legacy. I Mean Your Dad Your Dad stamp the north shore with a pretty strong legacy what you see long term for for for me. I don't really know yet man because I feel like I'm thirty four nine thirty five this year so we're not getting younger but I'm I'm still building a legacy already known as a fighter around here and I'm still professionally box and everything else. It's not Jimmy. Went around here and all that obviously going on the commercials and other things like like. I'm still a little acting on the side. So who knows that coupon coupo- I don't really know my leg I'll do know is the legacy that will leave. Regardless what I ended up doing will always be that he was the same guy throughout you know what I mean. He was just a genuine. Do you want to help everybody out in the league hardly have hard work and doing exactly hard-working house after save from the from the from the research I did I mean. That's that's the I'm looking for people to highlight on this. Show that that are hustling that are hustling. And you ain't hustling if you ain't work hard and give you props for putting it all out there. Thank you get your grind on every day. So thanks for coming on on the show. And I'll just get a shot to shop going. Yeah kimber fitness man. PEABODY MASS FIT the April Asi Street building building a third floor. You can find that Kim fitness dot net and we're on facebook and instagram. Ah Cama fitness. Russ thanks coming. Thank you man pleasure..

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UNESCO food and culture forum dishes up fresh serving of SDGs

UN News

08:51 min | 1 year ago

UNESCO food and culture forum dishes up fresh serving of SDGs

"Beyond nourishing US food considers eight great half to follow to understand the development changes that are needed for a sustainable future that's according to the UN Educational Scientific and Cultural Organizations Assistant Director General for Culture and has to atone speaking from the UNESCO World Forum in Parma Italy Italy who says it's possible for the world to practice sustainable food production and consumption while respecting traditional practices. Mr Turn told You News Natalie Hutchinson what participants hoped to gain the forums conclusion what is great when you speak about food is that everybody is agree that that's one of the moment to be challenging. Moment of the day is when you are around the table around. Food is the way that you communicate when he kate is the way that you express yourself. It's the way that you are sharing your thoughts about. How is is is the society the way that the challenges that you want to introduce food is and its preparation. It's important understand. It's not only the product that we are talking about. He's also an important expression of human creativity. That's why one of the program that we built for more than fifteen years ago was creative city and one out the item that was introduced was strumming cities creativity of gastronomy. It's about CDs that are very concentrated to make the city you know name off of of engagement with food as a whole and it's understand the agriculture the two in the way of the put me as a way of leaving intangible Cultural Harry touch at the same time. It's a moment also to speak about the two billion people that do not have regular access to save nutrition food. We are talking talking about one third of all food produced globally that is wasted so if we can see that's huge and that's Twi we want to have this dialogue exchange experiences and good practices to see how we can be more efficient in what we are talking when when Westbrook you're GonNa want food and culture and I want to dive into the creative cities network a little bit and this is this is kind of fascinating essentially cities are using astronomy me as a way of promoting the SDG's or achieving the SDG's is that correct and if so what might this look like on the ground. Maybe you can give us an example of one of the cities and what they're doing. Yes right now you have more than hundred and eighty. CDs Of Creativity of which twenty six is city of gastronomy. We have in all continents. Yes and that's very important in China Sweden. I don't Japan Brazil and Italy sure and the city what they are doing. Ah trying to do is finding innovative ways of capitalizing for one side the traditions and also the contemporary creativity in the the area food what they trying to achieve east understand that food is not what he served in a plate. That's the end. The process is how a whole city understand. That food is around the economic growth but also it's part of the density of the community is the way that they redefine. What is the heritage and transform it in some contemporary way of live. It's not accidental that we do it. In Parma I mean when you think about Obama is one of the place in Italy where there's the most most big industries around buster for one example but he lays there but at the same time is where a lot of local product I coming from and what they have been achieving for more than ten centuries used to preserve the way to make food the same way that they did it four hundred hundred years and it's incredible when you think that you could do these things more industrial way and they continue to do it because they want to be ensuring that the product is the same that was create for more than hundreds and hundreds hundred of us and that's great because if you think only in the economical point of view you will achieve and and what we're trying to show show is how you can build development. We don't losing the traditional way of doing things wonderful. So are you optimistic about the ability to balance say sustainable food processing consumption while respecting cultural identity we asked you death is initials. We think that the only way that the true we see with the good practices where these things are putting place if we see what it means to the communities what it means to to the show social cohesion to their transformation and we see that sustainable development is part of this path the other way we know the result we are looking the results we are going through right against the wall and seeing that for new generation at the end will be how we manage to give new generation a way of living that it's contemporary it's more. Dan We not talking about this but where we respect our tradition way eh of producing food and to be ensuring that what we have to build around this is a dialogue between cultures ways of of of of respecting the environment and to bring to our table the best food that we can and the best quality we we dealt wasting a lot of what we are doing right now and perhaps we'll be better society in the future and more aw good example for children. What is important is by culture. Is the best diplomacy that we know and we think food can be one of the great parts to follow. Oh Great. Is there a particular place whether that's food processor consumption where we are failing the most and where where can we improve the most in terms of food and culture in relation to sustainable development. I think that there's room everywhere in each in each case you have examples of to do things better and implemented we have to do and the only way to do is to share at the end of this phone. What we want in the next month is that's how we gonNA build a map of what has been discussed and to showcase all the good practices that we have the last years to to to share with with the member states and to find ways how we can all these experts community participants to go and make capacity-building custody building also in some regions that want that need that are asking us how to manage some of these issue and sometimes uh-huh can help a whole society to change wonderful that was going to be my final question. Is What's the biggest takeaway from this and maybe you could expand a little bit beyond next month. What what does UNESCO hope to gain at the end of this what we wanted also to do is have on November kimber nineteen November here in Paris the forum of Minister of Culture after twenty one years the last one took and when it the issue is that we want to share also everything that happened in the last not twenty one because to management in the last yes about some some of the forum on some of the issue that are part of the disease but has no no goal associated. I have some I'm part of the goal to see if we are able also to propose for few in next year's some transfers items in culture that we all member states we are able to share as a break point in the actress situation about development spent one of the results that we hope that we've come up these forum to can present some documents that can happen to understand that it's a global issue and not a particular issue for North Countries or South countries.

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"kimber" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:37 min | 1 year ago

"kimber" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"That was Kimber thank you so much that was great it's so interesting to watch you our our audience how does he can hear you very dramatic and and it's obviously authentic it's coming from deep inside and there's incredible dynamics vocal dynamics when you are performing if I heard you perform that tomorrow would it be the same performance or do or the dynamics come in the moment the names come in the moment and the different every night depending on the crowd in the incarnation of the band so disturbing it down a bit right now but tomorrow that be a brother on Friday the V. a drama and guitarist and in base everything so you know the energy will be different but yeah the the vocals for me have to come from that very spirited place for me to perform a conviction you know ask the question that was not in yes you're based in New York now but you're you're from New Zealand when you were growing up who are some of the first artists that you we listen to music and then we hear someone who really moves us totally who were the first people who really moved you which you heard was a perfect way to put it because I mean RB was the that the palette that I had going on from the rye at Disney's child it was it was definitely artists like it's a prince that stood out as okay wow you know this guy's not only an insane performer and writer but the production caught my ear a CB York was one of the first artists to to really show me that you could be a range of things as a singer you could exert masculinity and femininity and you could have sort of moments of toughness and angular jacket moments I think Jeff Buckley was another artist like that that that took me he transported me in on made me think I wanna make you select there's a very soulful people you mentioned even the music is very different that's right I think it's less about John and more about yes you said it's all on that sense of where does it come from where is the the deep intention in the music doesn't make me feel less alone in the world what's your writing process like well I produce most of my music at home in a studio in my apartment so I will write a beat perhaps on various software the work enables in pro tools or seven Wurlitzer sometimes also the panel play guitars with first instrument sometimes happens like that it's a it's different every time but I'd say rhythm is a very big part of how I write my body feeds off percussion innocence groove and that'll inspire me to get a lyric or an image growing also that interest of the so the group comes first and then the link often that's I need to sort of move my body to a music in order to write you know what I mean so you have the more information there is on the groove side if it often inspires me and you live in New York I do think that's part of your group part of the the need for group yeah well I mean Luka live right men had and you know it's like a lot of group around me ever I will say is on WNYC is my one hundred favorite radio station so I'm I'm listening every morning I just lost his thoughts on it alright have you yeah but I don't know I mean like New York was always that place you know the kid thing from New Zealand first time I came here I was like this there's something in the DNA of this town is jazz you know there's something there's something here that just you can't avoid it you know and it's so in your face and I think it's really allowed me to growth and and allowed me to kind of express myself in a in a very outward way because New York kind of gives you permission to do that right my guest is Kimbrough she's me at brick celebrate Brooklyn on Friday at seven PM would you perform another song for us sure we got a song called pasta love I feel the same Hey to find we need to call she don't keep reaching and just cry I will I'm feeling something's wrong to to take this was share he can't all you do who don't keep because he can't it's interested cross.

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Phoenix, James Mcevoy And Captain Marvel discussed on Collider Movie Talk

Collider Movie Talk

05:52 min | 1 year ago

Phoenix, James Mcevoy And Captain Marvel discussed on Collider Movie Talk

"This first story is about dark Phoenix. And last summer, we learned the dark Phoenix was going back to Montreal for re-shoots. But sources told us at that time that contrary to reports a whopping three months of additional photography. That's a lot right there. They were simply going back for two and a half weeks of re-shoots on the third act of the movie. However, now we're finding out that, that might not. Have been the case in April. We found out the dark Knicks, the dark Phoenix ending was being changed in re-shoots from a space setting to a climax that finds the X men kidnapped and on a military train. Now, we've got James McEvoy telling Yahoo UK that the ending was changed because it was too similar to another superhero. Movie, here's the exact quote the end of dark v. Necks changed a hell of a lot the finale head to change. There was a lot of overlap and parallels with another superhero movie that came out a while ago. And we had no idea that we were dot dot dot com. Trailed off their you know the quote just ended. So let's jump into this, but before I even ask for your opinions, we gotta check the live chat, because there are a lot of people chiming in on whether or not they're planning on even seeing dark, Phoenix. David Jordan, Darrow says got my tickets already reviews. Don't stop me from seeing any DC or marvel movie has called for twenty said got mine. I ten minutes they went on sale. Sale. Kyle Johnson says I'll probably get my tickets next week going in cautiously optimistic. So back to that, quote now what movie do you think James McEvoy was referring to is pretty obvious was captain marvel especially when we talk about the difference in design of dark Phoenix, Jean grey taking away, making less flamy more different in that approach? So it seems to imply plus the train sequence we saw in captain marvel we have that in the trailers, and of course in the movie as well. So maybe there was a lot of that involved here as well. Trying to take away any kind of reference to cap the most he was the most obvious choice. Yeah. Especially when you consider the change in the setting of the third act to from cosmic to on a military train moving away from the cosmic aspect, and that's the thing that before Jeff Thompson here. I don't know if I buy this explanation to be honest with you have a couple of sources who saw this movie early cuts move in March of twenty eighteen and they tell me that the ending was already on earth. So I don't know if this is their way of. Hey, we pitched you space movie, but we had to change it because of that. And so now it's on the ground, I wonder if they're doing a little PR to cover their butts. I don't know. But it seems odd to me that they would say, oh, we're just gonna put it on the ground. Now. We don't want it to be Spacey when people had seen in the first an early cut of this film, and it was already on the ground in front of a certain monument in New York. So I dunno. I thought it was aqua man now there it is. Yeah. I you know, are you signing that sarcastic? It's nice. I don't know what the original ending was. I don't know what the new ending is other than it's on a train. I have no idea what movie could. All right. So even though we don't know specifically how dark Phoenix is going to end nor should we really right now before we even see the movie another question that comes from the story is should a movie even be changed for this reason. Because to me, it sounds like oh, hey. Maybe they should have taken a little more time to develop the story creatively so that you don't run the risk of having. Other movies out there being too similar to your own. That's a good point. Yeah. I don't know. I feel like we saw two different asteroid movies, we've seen to differ Truman Capote moves. It doesn't matter. It's about quality. Can you deliver the goods, even though the you may vote another movie? I don't think it really matters. It's a matters. Can you do it? Well, that's what as at the end of the day, a lot of movies have seen that feel similar to other movies, but they do a distinctly different and make it work with the organic structure of their movie. So I, I don't think it's a way to change things. Dark Phoenix was originally slated to come out before captain marvel anyway, right? So it's like they kind of had they beat captain marvel tha that ending. So why did they switch you know they don't think it's train. Yeah. Something, something doesn't add up to me. And this goes back to Jeff Snyder, the reporters number one rule for being a reporter, which is don't believe anything in actor tells you don't know anything. Well. To be fair. There's there's no to being there to James McEvoy. Things that were debating right now, whether or not their true aren't the specific things that James McEvoy pointed out and said the finale had to change. He was in saying, you know, we changed it from the cosmic thing to the, the trains. Right to stick to maga- voice, quote. I am of the mind that if it is, too similar than than. Yeah. I'm okay with a change. I'm okay with them thinking we have to change this differentiate ourselves in distinguish ourselves in the marketplace, particularly not being a movie that's going to do as well as captain marvel. If that is, in fact, the movie that we're talking about here. So I'm I am sensitive to those creative issues and I don't blame Kimber for wanting to go back and tinker with it. But yeah, I'm with you John, that a lot of this. This is just so much PR on the entire X men franchise, including the next film, which we'll talk about soon, which I don't really fault them at because this is a lame duck superhero film, none of these actors are going to come back and play these characters again, in the MC you Disney and Disney marvel trying to recoup as much as they can from this film. So they're doing this PR pushing I wouldn't put it past someone like McEvoy or fast bender to, like, okay, I'm going to speak about. These are the points. We'd like goes to hit. Okay. I'll do it as part of the PR programs. Part of promoting the movie. No prob. Problem. But I don't fault them. They want to make as much as possible gonna talk about new means a little bit. Same thing. They're just on recoup as much possible for they move on. I got. No. I don't fault them. I just wish I just think people can see through this.

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Outrage as 2 Connecticut Officers Shoot Unarmed Woman

Radio Night Live with Kevin McCullough

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Outrage as 2 Connecticut Officers Shoot Unarmed Woman

"Clergy and community leaders are demanding the firing of to Connecticut police officers who opened fire on a car. And seriously wounded a passenger Reverend Boise Kimber says Hampton officer Devon eaten and Yale University officer. Terrance Pollock must be fired. We do not need to wait until the state attorney Patrick Griffin finish his investigation. They have vowed lated every protocol of air department Eaton's body camera video released by the state police shows him starting to shoot the driver. Twenty one year old Paul Witherspoon the third after he gets out of the car and raises his

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"kimber" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"kimber" Discussed on 710 WOR

"She's a woman married with a child Kimber nephew is she has a history of cancer for many years, and she's had back pain for a year able to move her legs for a year and numbness of her legs being seen at one of the big hospitals tristate area and the MRI there showed cancer growing against the spine. She came here because she did not want to have their neuro surgery. She came here for non invasive treatment, and we staged her up. We found cancer not only in this. Fine against the spinal cord, but also the leg nearly fracturing the leg with Olympic lesion. That means a hole. Right femur, right where she walks all the pressure goes through their possibly wanting to break it in our experience. We're able to hit the cancer he'll the bone and avoid surgery on the leg bone and the same for the spine. She wants our treatment, and we're gonna start our treatment for his spine immediately. This is the work that we do every day. We don't believe in waiting weeks and weeks and months this woman's had back pain for almost a year and a half. And she comes here. And has the possibility of treatment in fact, chose to proceed with our treatment immediately. It's so different than most other places. We respect the patient as integrity of the bone and the spinal cord their life and their quality. This is what we do for every patient who comes here every patient.

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Gina Hassle, Beth Kimber And CIA discussed on Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:12 sec | 2 years ago

Gina Hassle, Beth Kimber And CIA discussed on Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

"And for the first time in history of woman has been selected to lead the CIA clandestine operations CIA director Gina hassle picked Beth Kimber to head the agency's directorate of

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Jean Hess, Beth Kimber And CIA discussed on Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:12 sec | 2 years ago

Jean Hess, Beth Kimber And CIA discussed on Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

"Stories for the first time in history. A woman has been selected to head the clandestine operations CIA director Jean Hess. Both selected Beth Kimber to lead the agency's

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"kimber" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"kimber" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"Keys was is that you had the deputy chief of investigation who grew up in Annapolis and most of the detectives that were working in homicide were part of the neighborhood, and they really had strong relationships with the community and community groups working with groups like ten point that were able to get people to come forward and give information to police that lead to the arrest of those who are committing these kind of crimes. Reverend Charles Harrison standby police Commissioner, Gary tuggle in Baltimore police standby and Kimber and Kimber Brielle Kelly as well reporter with the Washington Post. We're going to continue this conversation after the break listeners were talking about unsolved murder rates in America and white black and Latino victims are less likely to see Justice. You can join the conversation. Does your community have a good relationship with the police? Is there anything you think they should be doing differently for the right back after this break? I'm Anthony Brooks. This is on point. I'm an powers from NPR music. Last summer. We launched turning the tables a project that radically changed how we talk about the history of popular music with a list of the hundred and fifty greatest albums by women. This week, we're launching season to looking at the two hundred greatest songs by twenty first century women check out who.

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"kimber" Discussed on WiLD 94.9

WiLD 94.9

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"kimber" Discussed on WiLD 94.9

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"kimber" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"kimber" Discussed on WTMA

"Kimber sitting across from me in the studio today as our technical director who reminded me of course that with facebook taking over editorial control of journalism in western civilization mark zuckerberg is the new william paley walter cronkite edward murrow rolled into one he's the new journalistic and editorial authority in america and he's going to hire a some twenty year olds to sit in a room with bombs and figure out what's real news and what's not real news and dave kimber reminded me that you know these are the people that gave us fifty eight different gender choices facebook and mark zuckerberg you have fifty eight different gender choices and these are the people that are going to decide what's news and what's not news what's good journalism and what's not good journalism they can't decide whether they've got an inny or an audi or whether it matters this this is company suffering from an epidemic of gender dysphoric and they're going to seize editorial control of american journalism especially when it comes to elections which is a huge red flare in the sky that indicates what these people and this is the democratic party make no mistake about at one of their billionaire sponsors benefactors very generous benefactor of the democratic party and he's focused on elections and information flow and what gets to you and what doesn't get to you and and he thinks that you might be gender number fifty seven you know how many spices and heinz ketchup or something and if you go to the uk which is similar to england they have seventy one different gender choices on facebook i don't know why the british actually i do know what the british have more generous than we do now you know look at him centuries of inbreeding and buggery come on let's go to let's go to the phones let's go to craig and reston virginia craig you're on the chris plante show greg greg is not on the chris plante show crag tick tick tick you're on the.

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4 homicide charges in Waffle House shooting

24 Hour News

02:27 min | 2 years ago

4 homicide charges in Waffle House shooting

"And his wife brigitte to his administration's first state dinner friendship grow even deeper mayor kinship grow even stronger and may our sacred liberty never die trump also thanked his wife melania for planning the evening which he says everyone will always cherish and remember to dallas police officers are in critical condition i home depot lost revenge an officer is in an unknown medical condition after a man opened fire this afternoon dallas police chief rene hall tells reporters this evening everyone in the dallas police department and their families are hurting our officers for their families and far entire dp family because we need you right now our hearts are very heavy haul but not release the names of the officers and the civilian who were shot i'm tim maguire the suspect in sunday's deadly waffle house shooting in nashville has been charged with four counts of homicide and is being held onto million dollars bond is the ap's donahue reports he was arrested on monday police got a tip from construction workers and travis ranking was found not far from his apartment he was apprehended in a wooded area suspect pronged out he falls get on the ground he got on the ground immediately thrown himself out other detectives came in assisted put him into custody and put him in cuffs police lieutenant carlos lara says officers went through rankings backpack they saw a a silver kimber semiautomatic weapon with water five caliber ammunition a flashlight in holster on his person a federal officials says ryan king's father could face charges for returning guns to his son that were taken from him after an incident last year at the white house i'm ed donahue the new leader of one of germany's governing parties says she plans to join the protest against working conditions at amazon during a visit by company's ceo jeff bezos to berlin entry analysis the chairwoman of the center left social democrats said she would take part in a demonstration outside publisher axel springer berlin offices bezos is being presented with an award for his visionary entrepreneurship now let's says that amazon's tax practices and working conditions aren't worthy ever prize she is seeking to boost hippocrates profile after a disastrous election result last year and this decision to enter the new jim and.

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Waffle House shooting suspect's $2 million bond revoked

24 Hour News

02:13 min | 2 years ago

Waffle House shooting suspect's $2 million bond revoked

"Public safety foundation by donating point one three percent of every purchase trump state dinner dallas police officer shot i'm tim maguire with an ap news minute president trump welcomes french president macron and his wife brigitte to his administration's first state dinner friendship grow even deeper mayor kinship grow even stronger and may our sacred liberty never die trump also thanked his wife melania for planning the evening which he says everyone will always cherish and remember to dallas police officers are critical condition a home depot lost revenge an officer is in an unknown medical condition after a man opened fire this afternoon dallas police chief rene hall tells reporters this evening everyone in the dallas police department and their families are hurting for our officers their families and foreign tire dp family because we need you right now a hearts are very heavy haul but not release the names of the officers and the civilian who were shot i'm tim maguire the suspect in sunday's deadly waffle house shooting in nashville has been charged with four counts of homicide and is being held onto million dollars bond is the ap's donahue reports he was arrested on monday police got a tip from construction workers and travis ranking was found not far from his apartment he was apprehended in a wooded area suspect pronged out get on the ground he got on the ground immediately thrown himself out other detectives came in assisted put him into custody and put him cuffs police lieutenant carlos lara says officers went through rankings backpack i saw a silver kimber semiautomatic weapon with water five caliber ammunition a flashlight in a holster on his person a federal official says ryan king's father could face charges for returning guns to his son that were taken from him after an incident last year at the white house i'm ed donahue break into airbag issues with ford vw and nissan vehicles have the eye of the government ap's mike rossier report the feds have now widened probes of the automakers as a result the national highway traffic safety administration has announced the expansion of three investigations for break and airbag problems that could affect more than two point.

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Van strikes pedestrians in Toronto, killing 9

All Things Considered

02:15 min | 2 years ago

Van strikes pedestrians in Toronto, killing 9

"The live from npr news in washington i'm jack speer toronto police say nine people are dead sixteen injured after a white van jumped a curb and plowed into a crowd of pedestrians deputy police chief says they've apprehended the suspect who advocated that vehicle drivers in custody right now he's been investigated to the events that took place this afternoon still not clear what caused the van to strike the pedestrians at a busy intersection video shows the van driver are merging with what appeared to be a gun though orders have said no shots were apparently fired the suspect inequality rupel slang at a nashville waffle house over the weekend is in custody authorities say they've arrested twenty nine year old travis ranking not far from his apartment national police chief carlos lor describes what officers found during the arrest once he was in custody the detectors went cut off the backpack off of them because he was in cuffs when they looked into the backpack they had they saw a a silver kimber semiautomatic weapon with forty five caliber ammunition a flashlight and a holster on his person police allege ryan king wearing only a green coat and no other clothing opened fire early sunday morning with a semiautomatic assault style weapon at the restaurant killing four people before patron rested the gun away from the white house is clarifying the presidential twitter statements are north korea here's npr's more lisin over the weekend president trump made some bold statements on twitter about north korea he said the north koreans have quote agreed to denuclearization that sounded like a historic breakthrough but then the white house press secretary sarah sanders walked that statement back saying the president didn't mean that north korea had actually agreed to give up their nuclear weapons only that they agreed that the goal should be getting rid of nuclear weapons on the korean peninsula or not gonna make mistakes from previous administrations and we're not gonna take the north korean simply at their word we're not naive in this process sanders said the us will continue to put maximum pressure on the north koreans until they take concrete steps towards denuclearization mara liasson npr news the white defenses restaurant and bill cosby's retrial on criminal charges of sexual assault laura bench off of member station whyy reports the eighty year old cosby did not take the stand over.

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Secretary, Kensington Palace and London discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

News, Traffic and Weather

02:09 min | 2 years ago

Secretary, Kensington Palace and London discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

"Live in that apartment complex is right behind the waffle house for officers confronted ryan king who was handcuffed then as he lay on the ground police lieutenant carlos lara says the suspect was armed when they looked into the backpack they had they saw a a silver kimber semiautomatic weapon with forty five caliber ammunition flashlight holster on his person ryan king made no statement after his arrest and has asked for a lawyer there appears to be fatalities from an incident in downtown toronto at around lunchtime a van jumped the curb and hit up to ten pedestrians screams a lot of screens look like people were really just running for their license witness shane claiming people were running in front of moving vehicles to flag a cop down just frantic crazy screaming yelling van's driver is now under arrest there may be some bumps in rooted senate confirmation but that may seem more likely now for president trump's secretary of state nominee three senate democrats egypt for reelection this year now say they'll support mike pompeo's nomination on the floor that would be enough to confirm him as secretary of state if kentucky's rand paul is the only republican to vote against him paul has described pompeo as a warmonger white house press secretary sarah sanders was asked about the members of the president's own party who are inclined to oppose his nominees that those members are being helpful white house physician ronnie jackson faces republican doubters in his bid to become va secretary steven portnoy cbs news the white house testimony has finished over a two weeks span at bill cosby sexual assault retrial outside of philadelphia cbs's matt piper closing arguments are set to begin tomorrow morning this after cosby's defense team rested its case this afternoon after it all polling ten witnesses to the stand over a number of days cosby did not testify nor did he during his first trial last year in london nudie bone prints royal highness kate has given birth know name yet for her baby boy who is spending his first night at home at kensington palace wall street at the close the dow down fourteen.

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"kimber" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"kimber" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

"I was thinking like would pick what orlando need to get in the lottery to trade by offer it for kimba if we want something proven yeah i don't wanna pay this guy pick yeah like if the land of the third in call them for kimber i think that's definitely enough i just don't know like i might want something in addition the kemba if you're orlando yeah kimba and marvin williams like future i because if you if you're under the premise that they don't wanna sign 'em like that's not a ton of leverage for charlotte forelands doesn't wanna on charlotte doesn't want to sign him longterm like they was that we got the move a barrel yeah now on orlando's front office isn't that smart but correct i think the thing would be like we we it'd be getting a star in our hands right now yeah we've been trying for that for years we will giving you a too dumb all star who like no injury concerns he's not thirty five like he should still be very good over the next contract that you get your pocket right now i think taking away some of that might be like four with the fourth pick is too much now i'm so like what's the lowest that charlotte would be okay with and it's probably in this draft specifically like eight or nine too low for me if they are already like they already have a lottery pick to so now they're in their mind at least like we can get this eight pick and then we can like if they can get sexton and then or like trae young and then get michael grit with vietna if they aren't used you need something they will i okay kimba and our number twelve big we'll even that i if i'm portraying the nine pick i don't think i need anything else in return but if it's the three pick i think i would probably need something else in return god you.

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"kimber" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"kimber" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"After the news traffic brought to you by batteries offering the best service lowest prices on batteries for your car atv motor home boats golf carts anything that drives the need the battery eleven puget sound locations online at budgetbattery dot com kiro radio realtime traffic i'm tracy taylor we didn't take a broad enough you of our responsibility facebook faces the music is jeans and t shirt for a business suit mark zuckerberg ceo and facebook i was a big mistake and i'm sorry explaining unprecedented breaches to your privacy can't well hebrew dan what with the trump campaign for facebook employees i don't know that aren't were involved with kimber gentlemen coverage and conversation continues on kiro radio ninety seven three fm i'm jim fuhrer director of law enforcement services with crime stoppers puget sound during my thirty five plus year law enforcement career i've dealt with thousands of businesses that have lost millions of dollars to thieves traditional monitor learned systems don't prevent christ because they are reactive you must be proactive i recommend the security experts at twenty five seven protection in tukwila twentyfive seven uses perimeter detection alerting you on your smartphone before a criminal enters your business or property automatically pulsing lights flash talk to the criminal and the mobile pa system or set off a loud siren stopping criminals before they do harm twenty five seven protection has ten thousand square feet of security solutions over eighty different high resolution cameras no costly fees or contracts don't trust your business security to achieve built security system shift in a box with poor performance and no customer service joined the hundreds of businesses who trust twentyfive seven protection to protect their livelihood visit twenty five.

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"kimber" Discussed on Amazing Business Radio with Shep Hyken

Amazing Business Radio with Shep Hyken

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"kimber" Discussed on Amazing Business Radio with Shep Hyken

"The rest entrepreneur knows that he wants to bring back plus kimber bat at an off time you know for perhaps a federal right hustling worst weather and nobody is i'm again so beyond yet is in january one league customer has loyalty points coming into his are you talon hey if you come back in february will validate you for this lottery that will take place was sun later morten haahr and you get in a lottery and inevitably you get that incremental purchase comes from the customer coming in are knocked off so the mobile peace just makes it that much easier could do the actual tactics the tack tactics that anyone can do in the offline world is walk right in in any business i mean every business has slow times are off times exactly no doubt all right the engagement crisis let's talk about that again i wanna make sure i understand what that is very i it's an entr digging con concept the engagement crisis won't what athens we're every marketer now using a flight for the attention of his customer and unless you really get an launcher that i mentioned right before if you're delivering the wrong us yankee if you delivering a wrong palm through delivering a flip a wrong customer inevitably that customers going to get annoyed because you haven't really you know paid them the hits ensuring that they deserve and you're not using the data that is available to you as a marketer you know there's no excuse now for marketers not the gather personal information on it does not gonna be you know necessarily attached to a a a personal information but that costumer profile that enables you to deliver on chesler right quantum surprise them the light that can come from up on a marketer using the information that the customers give them i think it's the.

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"kimber" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"kimber" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Look bereaved on kimber no let's assume innocence until proven guilty the findings is not in a sort of guilty the findings either we have enough to find guilt or not guilty because of what evidence is available however tom mandra whose voice you just heard he was there montgomery county chief of police says we believe we have the information we need while this arrest does provide some answers i'm aware of the impact that this had on ms wallis community and all we know that many of you are grieving with lars family tonight and grieve there will so this teacher dead they found her body in a shallow grave i'm fairly confident they with there were dna makes available now that they will have the information they need in order to prosecute effectively and should it turn out that msrp tessier is not the culprit in this situation than one will assume that there will be able very promptly to figure out who's dna is on the body of this poor woman killed and buried in a shallow grave and we had even closer to home wow so francis scott key is now the bad guy huh holy smokes where does event and again this is this is.

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"kimber" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"kimber" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"With what she's found stephanie good morning good morning guys 'let's simple hit to the head can do series is the damage to a student or professional athletes in land you in the hospital that is why dr kimber zahn with you help says they are already seen now i met with doctors on it one of for patients say soccer player at iin y who only in her junior year has accumulated three concussions playing sports she talked to me about what it was like getting a major head injury football and soccer really probably two of the biggest sports we see in regards to incidents of cash and she gave me like the mps called the impact tests so it's like you give words and they have to remember them after a certain time so you're months backwards but just remember in three words is heart was like apple warns banana plant and i can remember them sometimes now doctors on says as athletes will rack up more concussions playing the sport they loved symptoms continues who worst thing and the easier it is to get another so here's what watch out for he'd get headaches or confusion after hit michael busy lightheaded insensitivity to light earned noise and overly fatigued or on the other hand have difficulty sleeping so doctors on says although there is no specific threshold that can causi concussion it's important for students and parents to know the signs so you don't continue playing with a potential brain injury live the newsroom this morning in weight rtd six or a lot kids by in sports here throughout.

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