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Professor Paul Kengor and Mark Levin Share the Same Analysis of 'Marxism'

Mark Levin

02:43 min | 3 d ago

Professor Paul Kengor and Mark Levin Share the Same Analysis of 'Marxism'

"Professor. Congress is precisely only a fool a Marxist forward, try to refashion the centerpiece of all man's humanity, the alpha and the omega around something like class for Karl Marx or race for the modern CRT advocates. What could be more demeaning. What could be so contrary to Judeo Christian values? That's what Marxism does, from its classical form to its modern American forms were less Children of God than products of class, race and gender. Here live in quotes the very worst of them. Richard Delgado jeans Stefan Sick and D a N D. Angelo for whom races everywhere and everything as his racism. As the antidote to this dehumanizing world. You live in quotes Dr Wyatt T. Walker, who was very close to representative Excuse me to Reverend Martin Luther King Jr. And in his essay in 2015 when he wrote was Steve Kalinsky. Steve Kalinsky. Walker stated. Today. Too many remedies such as critical race theory, the increasingly fashionable post Marxist postmodernists approach. It analyzes society has institutional group power structures. Rather than on spiritual or 1 to 1 human level are taking us in the wrong direction. Separating even schoolchildren into explicit racial groups. And emphasizing differences instead of similarities. Unlike Dr King's vision of judging people by the content of their character, rather than the color of their skin. Walkers. Views of civil rights were rightly based on religious values, humanism, not Marxism and critical race theory. The roots of critical race theory are planted in entirely different intellectual soil. Walker out Begins with blocks with each person assigned to an identity or economic bloc, as in Marxism. Yes, says percent Professor as in Marxism. That is an Americanism. That's what Mark Levin understands so well, especially given previous works of his such as rediscovering Americanism. American marks and is quintessentially UN American. People in America professing this noxious junk, maybe Americans in terms of citizenship. With all the rights and liberties and protections afforded thereof. But they are not Americans the way the founders of this country envisioned. America is less a place that an idea, said Ronald Reagan. It is indeed The ideas of America as it was formed by the direct antithesis of the ideas. A car marks. And his perverse heirs who today pushed their insidious new forms of American Marxism. Especially at our awful universities. And what Mark Levin shows above all is how un American American Marxism really

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Rep. Kevin McCarthy Says People Like Pelosi and Omar Are Tearing Us Down

Mark Levin

02:09 min | Last week

Rep. Kevin McCarthy Says People Like Pelosi and Omar Are Tearing Us Down

"Uh, that enough information is getting out to, uh, suburbs and other places in this country where They're going to really go down to defeat big time this this election cycle. I am feeling a movement I have not seen before. And you know what's most interesting mark. It's not just conservatives. I'm hearing it from independence. I'm hearing it from Democrats. I'm hearing it from Democrats, moms who are waking up of what being taught in their schools when they shut down the schools and wouldn't let people go and they put it on zoom. People now paid attention to what these Individuals are saying and teaching. They are teaching you to hate one another. Based upon the color of your skin. Remember, I imagine it's in your book. What is the mark? Six taxes? How do you destroy America? You try to destroy the foundation. You want to hate the nation instead of love the nation. I mean, think about who they have in their party. Congresswoman Omar. Lord in a country that wasn't stabilized. She goes to account. And what does America do? What America does best opening up the arms and brings her into this nation. She becomes a citizen. But what do we do that another other nation will allow you to do you assimilate? You have just as much responsibility. Did anybody else you become a member of Congress less than 13,000 people have ever had the privilege. You would think she would love this nation instead of hate this nation. You would think you'd want to duplicate this instead of try to tear it down. You think you'd want to emulate it? Because when she became a citizen Abraham Lincoln was the Liberator. Martin Luther King spoke of her dreams, and now she wants to criticize it. America is exceptional. Mhm. Not perfect. We strive to be a more perfect union, but they want to tear us down and what they're trying to do is teaching to schools. People are waking up and are not going to take it any longer. Just how I'm not going to take it from Nancy Pelosi. This is fantastic, and you should know we've been working hard here. Behind this microphone, millions and millions of listeners. They are organizing. They are rising up. It's not just in a school board here or there, there are plans to do a whole lot more. And I want

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How Billy Graham Stood Against Segregation

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:27 min | Last week

How Billy Graham Stood Against Segregation

"Greg laurie. You said to me before we came on the air. that billy. Graham was very very ahead of his with race relations. Talk about that because a lot of people don't know the history i mean. I've tried to write in a couple of my books. william wilberforce An amazing grace and others that when you really believe what the bible says you you cannot be racist but a lot of people didn't live that out but billy graham did at a time when it was very very divisive in difficult in the country. Talk about that. Yeah well he was. The son of the south he was from north carolina raised in charlotte. And of course we know that there was there was a lot of racial division and all of the nation but especially there but as billy begin as crusades people wanted to hold segregated meets not letting black people into the meeting until the white people were. Billy said i will not speak to in a segregated meeting. I want an immigration and our meetings and they refused any literally came down and took down the little ropes and things that were dividing the crowds and he got some people upset with him but he also when he was really at the peak of his popularity had martin. Luther king do an opening prayer at the medicine square garden that was highly controversial. A because king was was not you know. He was not popular with a lot of people in the south of for ability to allow king. That role was ignificant people have. I watched a documentary on. Pbs the other. Day about billy graham. It was just recently done. They got so many things. Wrong historically factually and one of the things they pointed out was sort of like billy missed his opportunity during the civil rights movement and that is so untrue because even he and dr king agreed that the best way that he could help is by using his influence in his crusades is. Dr king was out on the streets and they were doing their peaceful protests and marches and rosa parks. And some of the other others. Billy misery supportive of this but they built. They were more effective in their spheres of influence. And in fact. Billy was a real innovator at that time and i thought that documentary was not accurate as they reported and spent a lot of time reporting that part of his

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On a Date With Reverend Jesse and Jacqueline Jackson

Double Date with Marlo Thomas & Phil Donahue

02:27 min | Last week

On a Date With Reverend Jesse and Jacqueline Jackson

"It was a bitter cold november morning. When we got to the airport we were heading out to chicago. My old stomping grounds to visit reverend. Jesse jackson and jacqueline jackson not only are these two civil rights icons his work with martin luther king her lifelong activism. But they've been married throughout all yearly sixty years. I was really looking forward to it only problem. Our flight from new york was severely delayed and we were five hours late for our date. It was awful. I really hate being late for anything but even though it was already evening by the time we landed. They said come on over anyway. I've known them for decades and that's the kind of generous people. They are The children well. They all still talk to me. That's a good side. Jesse was diagnosed with parkinson's disease several years ago but despite his condition his spirits were lively and jackie. She's always full of life. As we settled in jesse began to recall their early days in college. She was a into modern dance and she had been librar- and beautiful begun. Measure parents versus freaked on her bills. A-plus all the time though the pluses so you beginning you say wait. What would values you share. The foundation was marriages. Don't last long as they have. No the norwich told free. Russa's deep is larussa foundation when the wind blows can't take it as i see what roles without roots. It cannot grow right over. How lucky you were to find. Jackie i mean other women would have run out the door because you were never home. I love you. I was lucky. I told him because he was going and going and going and then he wouldn't inform me. I went to him. And i said reverend. You're supposed to make me abbey. And i was. I mean because i really felt a man is supposed to make you happy. That's his

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The Goal of the Marxist Is to End the Country

Mark Levin

01:35 min | 2 weeks ago

The Goal of the Marxist Is to End the Country

"And they trashed, if not openly behind the scenes. But certainly in writings Martin Luther King and the notion of a color blind society. Why Cause it doesn't get them where they want to go. How can black lives mind matter argue for a color blind society. When it's turning black against white. Camp. Fucking critical race theory survived. If you believe in a color blind society, it can't That's why what's happening in our classrooms paid for by us with these teachers in these administrators. And these materials that are poison. Is so appalling. Because they're rejecting Martin Luther King. They're rejecting a color blind society. They're embracing Farrakhan. They're embracing separatism and nationalism of that sort. And Marxism. Which is the basis for the entire theory. You've got to destroy American history. You've got to destroy the connection between the American people and their founding documents. You've got to destroy the connection between the American people and the founders. You've got to burn books, literally or not. You've got to pull monuments down. You've got to create questions and doubts about the American experiment. You've got to do all those things. Why To end racism

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Are We Ready to Let the Network Override the Hierarchy?

Trent365

02:18 min | 3 weeks ago

Are We Ready to Let the Network Override the Hierarchy?

"Who's the famed author of the tipping point amongst others has suggested that the future looks pretty bright and one of the reasons he says that is that because he believes we as a society moving away from reliance on hierarchy and becoming more accepting of the network and the that the network is a more effective and more efficient way to get stuff done and it could be right. He cites examples like the black lives matter movement. Compared to say the martin luther king marches the marches will very much structured and hierarchical in nature whereas the black lives matter movement just was that it was a movement. The network took over and the committees that that has been more effective in raising awareness and making changes than the marches. Now there's a bunch of other factors of course the plane to that but it's an interesting point. The other point he makes is the vaccine role in the us could have been very structured and hierarchical it could have been like a military rollout but it wasn't they instead distributed the vaccines to the network to the medical health network around the country and very quickly. A huge bulk of the population got vaccinated. It was very efficient way to do it. So the network one versus the structural the hierarchy in that sense. And if you look at the way a work has changed over the last year or so. A lot of people working from home distributed workplaces. All these things. The hierarchy starts to become less. The hierarchy becomes weakened. And if that's the case the network by default starts to take over and so in your business. Are you ready for the network to take over. Is your business still very hierarchical in nature probably is. I know my knees and a lot of people are comfortable that because that's the way we've done things but in your business both from the way your company is set up and the way you deal with your customers your clients your distributors all of these different aspects of your business. What changes if you rely on the network more than the hierarchy. Are you ready for it. Are you willing to accept it. You might not have a choice. it might come anyway. It's an interesting thought. I'll put a link to. The article was in inc magazine. That also references a presentation. he did. I believe that the adobe summit which you can probably get a link to that video as well so check it

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More States Agree to Settlement Plan for Opioid-Maker Purdue

Hugh Hewitt

00:17 sec | 3 weeks ago

More States Agree to Settlement Plan for Opioid-Maker Purdue

"Luther be more than a dozen states dropping their objections to OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma's reorganization plan entering the company closer to resolving its bankruptcy case they proposed settlement will transform Purdue into a new entity that helps combat the U. S opioid epidemic. Through its own

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If Ibram X. Kendi's Ideology Is Right, Why Don't Minorities Leave America?

Mark Levin

01:36 min | Last month

If Ibram X. Kendi's Ideology Is Right, Why Don't Minorities Leave America?

"That's what civil societies do. It's amazing thing. There is no heaven on Earth. You go to countries that a majority black go to countries that a majority white can go to countries that a majority whatever they are and guess what, you're going to find injustice. You're going to find injustice throughout. The African continent. You're gonna find injustice throughout European countries. You're going to find injustice in the far East like in China. You're going to find all kinds of injustice, but you know it, and I would make this argument forever. In America. Whatever your race is. There's less injustice than anywhere else, and that includes minorities. It includes everybody. And you know how I know that. Because there aren't millions of people trying to escape America from Mexico. For other parts of Central and South America. Are willing to risk their lives on rafts. To go to other parts of the world. It's not happening. You don't see great mobility. From Americans, particularly minority Americans. That's what we're talking about here, leaving America. And, Yeah, If candy and the others are right, why wouldn't they? It's a hopeless situation, according to them unless we overthrow the government. That is overthrow the society. Martin Luther King never believed in that. Never

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MLK's Right-Hand Man Wyatt Tee Walker Rejects Critical Race Theory

Mark Levin

01:49 min | Last month

MLK's Right-Hand Man Wyatt Tee Walker Rejects Critical Race Theory

"Again. I pull out my book, American Marxism. There were in our prominent critics of critical race theory who were active in the early civil rights movement, including the late Reverend Martin Luther King, Junior's chief of staff, confidant and friend. Dr Wyatt T. Walker. Walker was a legend in the civil rights movement in his own right, his friend and frequent collaborator in the school choice movement, Steve Kalinsky. Rights that Walker was King's field general in the organized resistance. Against notorious Birmingham Safety Commissioner Bulk counter. Now keep something in mind. Martin Luther King, and that entire movement. Was not anti American was not trying to overthrow a white dominant society. It was a movement demanding then under the Constitution of the United States. That black people be treated like human beings. It was not a war on society. It was not a Marxist movement. Now, Walker Compiled and named Kings the letter from Birmingham Jail He was with King for the march on Washington. That produced the I have a dream speech and in Oslo for the Nobel Peace Prize. Walker emphatically rejected critical race theory in 2015 Clint Ski, and Walker Co authored an essay in which they wrote in part Today, Too many so called remedies such as critical race theory, the increasingly fashionable post Marxist postmodernists approach. It analyzes society as institutional group power structures. Remember what Candy said. We're not talking about individuals talking about groups. Rather than on a spiritual or 1 to 1 human level. Taking us in the wrong direction, he

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Linda Thomas-Greenfield Talks About Her Experiences as a Career Diplomat

Cape Up with Jonathan Capehart

01:08 min | Last month

Linda Thomas-Greenfield Talks About Her Experiences as a Career Diplomat

"Ambassador. Linda thomas greenfield. Thank you very much for coming to the podcast and jonathan. Thank you for inviting me. So we are speaking on the day that the president of the united states is going to do something. I didn't even know it was on the radar and that is to sign the bill into law that makes juneteenth a federal holiday. And you're going to the white house to be there for the signing talk about the significance of this day. While i just getting to this day so i i was remembering as i heard that the senate had passed. This and i was shocked because it wasn't on the radar. And i remember the battle that had to be fought to get martin. Luther king's The martin luther king holiday. And so when i heard this i i was a little surprised and i thought it can't be true it. They can't pass this and of course when he goes to the house. It'll that's when the fight will start and there was no fight and If passed and so it is historic and. I'm just

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Obama and Other Marxists Selectively Choose Which Black People to Promote

Mark Levin

01:07 min | Last month

Obama and Other Marxists Selectively Choose Which Black People to Promote

"You see Obama chooses The black people he wants to promote. And the black people he wants to crush. Just like The White left do exactly the same thing. The whole notion of critical race theory. As I've said several times now. Is that if you do not agree with this Marxist revolution And all stray hand is down for the revolution. They're not really a black person. Oh, your skin is black. Between your ears. You've been colonized by whites. If you believe in a color Blind society and Martin Luther King You believe in the civil rights movement and all that took place. In the 64 65 civil rights acts. You've been colonized. Your mind has been Destroyed. By your white man's surroundings. This is how Sickening. This racist ideology is and it is a front a pretext for the Marxist movement behind

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Obama Has Been More Racist Than Ever, Purporting Critical Race Theory

Mark Levin

01:33 min | Last month

Obama Has Been More Racist Than Ever, Purporting Critical Race Theory

"Been out of office. He's been more racist and out of the closet whether than ever before, because it's safe now. Eight years presidency under his belt, wanted to get elected president before that he wanted to get elected to the Senate. Now he's fully out of the closet, a post racial Society. We can never have a post racial society because Obama rejects Martin Luther King. Because critical race theory rejects Martin Luther King. A color blind society. Judging people on their character and their individuality. Because it's not about race race is an excuse to advance a Marxist agenda. It's that simple. Go ahead. Certainly don't believe it. Now. The fact is, is that a lot of barriers still exist for a whole lot of folks. Yeah, but a lot of barriers still exist for a whole lot of folks, regardless of the race. You see, that's the nature of living anywhere. That's the nature of humanity. That's been the nature of humanity. Of course, there's barriers. There's mental barriers. There's physical barriers. You may even be mistreated and not even because of your race. Maybe somebody sees you as threatening. Maybe they have the same race or same Jenna tell you There's always going to be barriers. To everything. That's the nature of life.

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Admiral Michael M. Gilday Defends Racist Critical Race Theory for U.S. Navy

Mark Levin

01:27 min | Last month

Admiral Michael M. Gilday Defends Racist Critical Race Theory for U.S. Navy

"Admiral Department of Defense undertook the stand down because they understand that extremism detracts from military readiness. So if sailors except Candies argument that America and the United States Navy are fundamentally racist. As you've encouraged them to do. Do you expect that to increase or decrease morale and cohesion or even recruiting into the United States? Navy? I do know this. Our strength is in our diverse Nobody said our strength is in our diversity You smell If our strength is in our diversity, Why are you proposing racist reading material? For our Navy. Candy. This is amazing. Kenny doesn't believe our strength is in our diversity. This is Marxism. They don't believe in diversity of thought. Diversity of anything If you disagree with them, whatever your race. Here is the enemy. He doesn't believe in diversity. In fact, as I've explained before it as well discuss much greater length in about three weeks. They reject Martin Luther King. They reject the civil rights movement. They reject Brown versus Board of Education. That's what Derek Bell taught. One of the more modern So called icons of critical race theory. And this admiral is pushing this pushing it.

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President Biden, Galveston And Texas discussed on AP News Radio

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | Last month

President Biden, Galveston And Texas discussed on AP News Radio

"The nation has a new federal holiday commemorating the end of slavery June nineteenth eighteen sixty five the day known as Juneteenth when sleeves in Galveston Texas learned they were free president Biden has signed into law a bill making get the twelfth federal holiday this is Dave profound in my view profound weight and profound power a day the nation remembers when he calls the moral stain of slavery and its capacity to heal it's the first new federal holidays since Martin Luther king junior day was created nearly four decades ago Sager

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Biden Signs Bill Making Juneteenth a Federal Holiday

Ben Shapiro

00:17 sec | Last month

Biden Signs Bill Making Juneteenth a Federal Holiday

"A ceremony at the White House. He's about to sign a bill making Juneteenth a federal holiday. The House approved the bill, sending the bill to the president. It's the first new federal holiday since Martin Luther King Day was created in 1983 governor. Pritzker also signed a bill to make Juneteenth a state holiday on Wednesday.

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Biden To Sign Bill Making Juneteenth A Federal Holiday

Red Eye Radio

00:10 sec | Last month

Biden To Sign Bill Making Juneteenth A Federal Holiday

"The Juneteenth National independence They act into law in the East Room. Today, Juneteenth will be the first federal holiday added since Martin Luther King Jr Day in 1983, the president back

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Congress Approves Bill to Make Juneteenth a Federal Holiday

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | Last month

Congress Approves Bill to Make Juneteenth a Federal Holiday

"The nation will soon have a new federal holiday now that both chambers of Congress have passed legislation to commemorate the end of slavery on June nineteenth the house voted overwhelmingly four hundred fifteen to fourteen to make Juneteenth the new federal holiday some Republicans opposed the legislation including Montana congressman Matt Rosendale who called it an effort to celebrate quote identity politics Juneteenth commemorates when the last in sleeved Americans learned they were free June nineteenth eighteen sixty five in Galveston Texas Juneteenth will be the twelfth federal holiday the last one designated was Martin Luther king day in nineteen eighty three Jackie Quinn Washington

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Episode 145: For Those About to Roth - burst 07

The Swearwolves

01:02 min | Last month

Episode 145: For Those About to Roth - burst 07

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"luther" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

04:45 min | 4 months ago

"luther" Discussed on ESPN FC

"You back. Some sometimes leonard with you wrapped in whatever i've seen by the players react by didn't work out too well for them okay. Let's not accountancy tolkien's our next. Stop there for a new yorker. And look i suppose just interesting hearing you say all literally makes my skin crawl even just thinking that you have to encounter those signs growing up which just hearing you speak as well about it definitely echoes. A what a lot of our guests have had on whether they've been young. You know your age or whatnot saying shock of course have to go through each as well as a footballer but when we look at football is at least me as a obviously non-professional footballer we look at you guys as a superstars and i think that you know fan base is and what you had to go through. It's almost like polar opposites. I keep bringing this lineup because we got to speak with. Us men's national player western mckinney. At still young he said now his experience as well playing in italy. You know five days a week. He's just a regular black kid but on the weekends it's like he's a superstar and all these people that would probably normally racially insult him monday to friday on saturday and sunday. They're like oh he's one of our own you know. How did you. I suppose deal with when you started professionally because as you said you probably encounter people that if the style you monday to friday they would say something racially aggressive towards you and then on saturday and they're like oh luther blissett he's one of our own you know. Did you feel like with when you became a footballer. It gave you like an extra layer of to tackle this. It was it was an extra layer of what i felt. It gave me an opportunity fulda to set an example and also for anybody else combat one. Did you come in today. You had got to white. You'd react. And i thought the peak wide bed. I masturbate or you. Just take a step back and say i want to get involved in. I'm the do this bat was attitude haven't seen what's gone on would twice previously but are going to find a way off navigating that you're in for me peso be the aggressor but i'm also not descendants who lay down a net people walk every so by soccer deal with it in a very strong inside white. I was on that greenpeace decent tab. We're not cross that line any rice. It's all that's all beaches language. I really wouldn't the argument them. I will deal with a white physical while it has an opportunity to weigh it in lightning. Bug the talk again. It was expensive playful out of going to be an attorney will be the one that it's gonna be you that mitch. You have to do that. And you just find a way of beck's in the amount of your hit by Matthew and afternoon outfits a log goes what case. I'm working. I'm working down. Expect that salt mountains around back something. I may be very young. When assaulted can't find a way of navigate. Not found it will you to Did it and how you ought to be the one. I get my kentucky denying korean last thing and you found me a lot easier as you get through that way experiences about fires that wasn't and our lead from the sexual We'd never friend of mine. New law recounted him lower communism had publication. Somebody truth and laurie. Anybody using he could take care of himself. I mean he had Trust me on good eating quaker today so you thank you for that and you can tell me exactly why when.

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"luther" Discussed on Christ is the Cure

Christ is the Cure

05:54 min | 10 months ago

"luther" Discussed on Christ is the Cure

"Everyone House going welcome back to price cure episode one, forty four, and we are continuing the be all luther series where we talk about the reformation because his reformation month October we're talking about everything but Luther of course, that's not necessarily true because we have to talk about luther imports. Of Lutheran Influence in Europe and the Luther dynamic with with the reformed and the Luther Dynamic Anglicans and everything else. Right. So we have to talk about it otherwise they wouldn't really be a reformed reformation a month series. But the idea was simply this that everyone's talking about. Martin Luther. His nailing of the ninety, five, theses in Wittenberg which really. At. That point justification hadn't been discussed and things like that. That was primarily about indulgences and we can talk about that till the cows come home we're not going through so. This up. So today's skipping. Lutheran Wittenberg and the Diet of worms, which was fifteen, twenty, one and the next episode will probably be on the Council of Trent. Talk about the counter reformation why are we talking about the counter reformation during the reformation month series? Well, because we need to know about it some good information that we can know about it, and there's a lot of moving parts I think it's good for us to be educated on that. So, we'll talk about Trent. We'll talk a little about justification we'll talk about some of the issues raised. And then for the final episode, I'm not really sure where we'll go after this. I am probably not going to go to colonial. Christianity I if I'm really honest whenever come to north, American and South American Christianity in Church history. I kind of lose interest and there's a lot more moving parts. So tracking, it would be kind of a headache I mean just looking APP. Maine in sixteen, Sixty three where you have the Anglican an Episcopalian. Settled down there in Jamestown, and then you have the baptists kind of scattered abroad a little bit more up there in Rhode Island type in the Roman Catholics are primarily down South America really but there's some over there. you know South Maryland or Maryland and sixteen, Thirty Four. And then you have the presbyterians up there by new haven, it just gets scattered it gets hard and there are some congregational lists that were popped up and the puritans get kind of interest. In fact, up there in Plymouth that would have been more.

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"luther" Discussed on Christ is the Cure

Christ is the Cure

02:14 min | 10 months ago

"luther" Discussed on Christ is the Cure

"That we have to remember that not only do we remember this period of time remember that which came before an includes that which came before fifteen seventeen now, the next episodes this was a very brief touching on much larger ideal. As we said, it began in the fifteenth century, the second half of the fourteenth century. And it was a big impact. But we'll. We'll talk mostly about what happened either at the time of Luther and after Luther while avoiding Luther for the most part So I kind of wanted to give you the things that aren't necessarily talked about around this period of time because there's a lot going on and how far we go I'm really not sure I'm kind of on a history kick right now so he may just go. Up to the PURITANS WE? May. Not. I'll have you know that this was a last minute decision. So whenever you saw that post yesterday, we'll let me let me rephrase that whenever we saw that post on October, sixth saying coming soon. I literally prepped this episode that day. So this is a two day prep and We'll see how far goes We're probably going to stay biweekly unless I get enough episodes to cover October but basically for the whole month of October will be talking about reformation history. So that's it. I hope you get encouraged to dive more into this. There's a lot here they couldn't cover. So get get your your church history hats on and go buy some trajectory books and let's dive in. Let's appreciate what the Church has been doing since the beginning. Till now, because there's a lot of church history to look at so God bless you have a wonderful wonderful weekend..

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"luther" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

04:50 min | 11 months ago

"luther" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

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"luther" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

03:58 min | 11 months ago

"luther" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"Wales who have was. Solska any little scary yet one. More thing luther was he will go up and then go down go go. Yeah. Yeah. So that's the reason I became big luther luther win the album coming out. Oh, he put on some weight Jackson Jackson versus I WANNA see. Big Luther. Housing. For that one. Go to the first day smoking and I've never seen a versus right I'll watch your. Way We gotta get the sound of the car. Crash Stone Cold Steve Austin. Wait a minute. You've never seen the versus not no not in this entire. nope. We not versus watchers man. That's an horses house. No is. Also. I I stat. Answer I leave money I'll coming out of it. I was willing to sit there because I'm I'm. Trying to. SURVIVE CISCO GONNA. Do Discover new discover new flavors. But like persons okay. I will say this. And I know the chats going give myself but I'm a rebel. Versus kind of board. That was that's my thing is more to me I. It's not a not is just you know what it is is pure nostalgia is not there's no there's no levels do is literally like and then. Is Not like sports or something right like. So when to when two teams players for there's like there's an actual win loss thing right? The ball goes in the bachelor this many times the ball crosses the line is these mega hit the ball out the park like. This. Versus. These things really argue they opinions like their facts would each other and they begin mad at each other for real estate. Fuck you bitch Monica one because I'm like you like Monica High School in other person like brandy more and now you're fighting as a forty year old. How does that make sense? So that's the reason I avoid versus no offense. I'm glad black people getting their life and Safe event where people stay inside and they're not going out and sharing air with Knicks. So I'm glad that happens but I absolutely not into it no. That's why I didn't like. That's when I jumped out of restraint when they became not socially distant Industrial Rick Ross walking around with his. You know. WE'RE GONNA SHARE THOSE Able. To because you talking about old black people and technology because. That would be different if the kids are because it will be straight because they up on technology. You can't taste these folks. Own, here's a package hook it up like the fuck is this. There's no fucking way. y'All wanna see a versus between Gladys Knight and Had in the past. Hook they don't technology come here. Baby baby going. What what? What what me? To Stream. To See. The fuck is going. Fuck around they're going to be in a house code as slivers. Background like oh Today. What what what do you mean to light is the light. Mingo. It is Liz in Hammett his flashlight. Okay. Like yeah. Pretty sure that there's like four broad grandma's died giving. Acre taking under Jitterbug. Like how they had to have fucking lesson to teach your Momma, how to use instagram just watch the versus because they knew that was when the old black was gonNa Watch when it was patty versus. Whatever so yeah I really. Do think that a lot of people..

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"luther" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

05:44 min | 11 months ago

"luther" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"But even pretending to things they'll be like it's always sleep potato power over here baby don't you have a question you try and say I'm not black. You think any place as maybe you think. Too. So that's the difference is, is that many people have been led astray bamboozled? Suck we didn't land on promptness vice punk buys landed on us. Now we need it I'm just saying. Triple accident. Mom execs l.. But Yeah I just saying. Ara It is the shit that we fuck with is all spies is number. It's like all the shit you. The look it up. I sweat a guy. I'm putting this beautiful mind style when I'm taking it all in and what you forgot that thing that's the main factor. People are something stupid. A good point. So. But. And one thing. Ryan, cried, there's gotta be something in the ingredients and spices. Of Pumpkin SMUT. Data Pie, like if you recall parallel right now. She would know that this is like when people try to figure out KFC's recipe, you know what are the? What are all the ingredients? Bellwood no I I. Mean I have to give. A lauded the bay area. Trans. Under the city like. I'm one. CEO Bet here. That smell like artificial sugar. No. I do and I had to give you props because I still think is a great idea. Are We what I'm saying is the idea so easy we just have to switch the label. We don't even have to make the spice. We don't have to shave the saying we talk sweet potatoes buys on top of the public label, sell it the black people now we getting money both ways hold on. Wait a minute. What if we? Andrew Gilliam in by sexually Byron both together prophesied Sweet Potato Vice. Together sweet. Potato. Rice because it still alice by saying you know we're still just changing the label It's all the same ship and a sweet potato next to the pumpkin tying. Andrew A. Early. But I'm just put one next each other really bring the races together and that's how we get racial harmony. That's. People will stop killing black. You know WANNA be obliged. I don't know if black lives matter. I don't know of white lives matter but all. It will be color when I didn't tell her sweet potatoes. I'll. I'll spice lives matter to me. Because Pumpkin spice eighteen. Sweet potatoes have all have by. Senate. So I'm got again. I'm pretty sure some of the government is watching this show may you will be killed them I hope? They're not water you're ledge today you will be shot. You know if. It'd be like..

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"luther" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

03:38 min | 11 months ago

"luther" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"They like DSW to. Trying to be in style I mean what how? One this? Had the army jacket here the old Navy Ladies Army Jagged. He had the title shirt. All. August. Here's what here's what I'll say. I thought that was probably the blackest thing she's ever done. 'cause she was going to look at UC your haircut, the nineties. Our that was pretty black too. But here's the thing all of those. Old Auntie blackness more blackness credit didn't young blackness weight team speak on. It's a little more brother. Old Ozzy blackness such as being able to make like potato. Potato Salad and shit like green doesn't another level of blackness that that is like it's like a staple of the community on Brady. Being really good fades comes with time. At seventeen knowing how to play space is black but at forty seven, how the place phase is black you know what I'm saying. I don't WanNa, connect the Chatham right now. But how to. Wait what before? Making A. Point I don't WANNA lose it. The reason it was the blackest thing what the blacks thing I've ever seen a do. Is because she was going to survey fire damage. You don't wear a fresh towns to the fire damaged out like it was like immediately, put it together I was like Oh those are the off brand like kick. That's the that's the grant cutting the grass shoes like and that is black. We don't wait good shoes on bullshit. Close, I've seen her get off the plane before some Chuck Taylors Okay I know you can get clean. So to me I'm mmediately assess the savviness of the situation it was like, yes, he's a ten because I'm about to go into fucking covered forest. I'm not going to hear no fucking. People. I immediately assessed the game and said that's best on style right there because he's still got. To. See a treat on why see the tree I was like Kat boots. On. Amazon. If, they were not towns I have more respect even like its He. Man. She might you've had I felt because when they pinned down to the ten went up the alley tuna spicy was often trying to get that you're kind of. They, check it that these narrow vote gone out of line is. Eight. They definitely was towns I'm looking at the news you know the world blacks went and found evidence there. Those were tombs. They tell you how much they calls and everything you know like that newsstand culture with these politicians issue whereas like Kamala Harris Loves Timberland's and has a black woman I also love timber. That's okay. She's a politician. He's I. Know We'll get serious via be elected if she starts walking out in Jordan one now the that's when you know what I need to vote they need black vote. The little. She come out there in the mugging baby blues I'm not even mad because the thing is at least she was like a I'm out here in the fire Lyceum fucked up and and if I'm not mistaken I, think people were talking about like her tire was they have the whole time 'cause one reason nobody gives a fuck about what God Damn Joe Biden. Dominican woman on New York undercover..

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"luther" Discussed on 5 Minutes in Church History

5 Minutes in Church History

04:54 min | 11 months ago

"luther" Discussed on 5 Minutes in Church History

"Welcome to five minutes in churches hosted by Dr Stephen. Nicholson where we take a little break from the presence to go exploring the past travel back in time as we look the people events and even the places for the shape. The story of Christianity this is our story family history. Let's get started. On this episode of five minutes in Church history, we are returning to spend some time with a good friend of ours Martin Luther, and we are looking at Martin Luther. And Difficult Times actually luther had many moments of difficulty in his life. But one of those moments was the peasants revolt of fifteen, twenty, four to fifteen five. Other uprisings in Germany immediately prior to the reformation. But in fifteen, twenty, four to twenty five. This was a much larger insurrection historians estimate that as many as three hundred thousand peasants were involved in this rebellion at various times and in various places. One of the flashpoints for this was in a place called Swabia. Swabia is in southwestern Germany. It's pretty far away from Pittsburgh, a good four hundred or five hundred kilometers or so to the south and slightly West it's down near Munich. It's beautiful country with rivers and. and. Snow. Capped Mountain peaks and fabled castles dotting the landscape in. Swabia is the city of Berg. Will in a few years after this peasants revolt will come into play in a major way and Luther is life. But back in fifteen, twenty, four, fifteen, twenty, five, the peasants in Swabia produced a document called the twelve articles of the peasants in Swabia. It called for in. The list of serfdom they raised various points of contention. and Prince's of the land. It's prefaced with an idea that this is rooted in the Gospel and that their understanding of the application of the Gospel has led them to this. So they published this and this was right in the throes of the peasant rebellion, and of course, the Lord's in the prince's were responding and both sides were claiming luther. Luther was brought into it in fact even the Roman Catholics. Sitting outside of Germany and watching all of this we're blaming Luther for this tumult and for this troubling time in Germany. So Luther responds he writes text that is simply titled a reply to the Twelve articles of the peasants in Swabia. He addresses his thoughts and advice to the peasants. He addresses advice to the nobles and he walk through each of the twelve articles and then he gives a conclusion. To bottom line his advice to the prince's Luther says this for rulers are not appointed to exploit their subjects for their own profit and advantage, but to be concerned about the welfare of their subjects. His bottom line chastisement of the peasants comes a little bit later in his document when Luther says. Preface, that is the preface of their document. You are conciliatory and claim that you do not want to be rebels. You even excuse your actions by claiming that you desire to teach and to live according to the Gospel, and then Luther says your own words and actions condemn you. So Luther was trying to draw attention to both sides of the issues they were having and draw them back to the. Table. So to speak to discuss what Luther says to pursue natural law and to pursue justice and he said to both parties used to do so without assuming that God is on your side and rather just act whether you are Lord or Prince or whether you are a peasant in a way that is keeping with the natural law of God has revealed in the natural order and in the pursuit. Of Justice. So Luther will give us the final word here in a classic statement now dear people there is nothing Christian on either side and nothing Christian is at issue between you. Both Lords and peasants are discussing questions of justice and injustice in natural or worldly terms. Furthermore, both parties are acting against God and are under his wrath as you've heard for God's sake. Then take my advice take A. Hold of these matters properly with justice and not with force or violence and do not start endless bloodshed in Germany for because both of you are wrong and both of you want to avenge and defend yourselves. Both of you will destroy yourselves and God will use one rascal to flog another. Well, that's classic Luther in Fifteen, twenty five and I'm Steve Nichols thanks for listening to five minutes in Church. History. For more information or to listen to past episodes, please visit five minutes in. Church history.

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"luther" Discussed on The Chad Prather Show

The Chad Prather Show

05:24 min | 11 months ago

"luther" Discussed on The Chad Prather Show

"And you WANNA fight back. How are you dealing with that temptation? You know it's hard especially with social media the way it is these days people are. They they lash out real easily and I think people say a lot of things that they would never say face to face. Yeah. you know they hide behind a screen and just in. A way of just throwing things out there. They have no idea about in I think first reaction is always wanted. You want to fight back, jump back on and say something respond. But what you learn is that there's a lot of times you can't communicate with these people anyway they're already. There's no real real. You know flirt. It's not worth the not worth it, but it's really hard to watch somebody you know they they just say ridiculous things and you just WanNa, just punch somebody in the mouth and go why would you? You would never say that if we were standing face to face in store parking lot or anything else you'd never never make that comment. So why would you make it online? So it's it's definitely tough to see that and not want to just fight back and yeah. And I think that in the long run by responding you exacerbate the situation and make it look even worse. There's no way to win in that. If you respond right my wife taught me that she's just respond if you respond then you're the one that looks like your. that it bothers you it bothers you you're being defensive I've really actually through this whole experience I can't think of one time where someone has said something negative to me directly like derogatory or like personal no one has ever said anything to me directly to my face. It's always been through the computer. I know that there were a lot of people in we kind of alluded to it on the last time you were on here a couple of weeks ago is there were a lot of people who were coming out saying Shelly Luther needs to run for governor after all of the stuff that was going on. And and so I know the support that's out there for you I've seen it..

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"luther" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

Christian Podcast Community

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"luther" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

"He just couldn't get past it and he said this is wild to read. He writes about it in an introduction to a publication of his Latin works later just as he's about to die late in life, and he says I hated that word, the righteousness of God and I hated the Lord who? Who demanded such righteousness from me and I was railing, if not outwardly at least inwardly in blasphemy and pressing against this thing at so you, you get this picture of luther wrestling with the scriptures wrestling with God trying to understand the texts thinking that God is enemy, and then he says I paid attention to the context. He noticed one word in diverse, and that was the faith. The righteousness of God is revealed from faith to faith. And Luther knew that faith is what trusts a promise we keep a commandment by obeying it. We keep a promise by believing it, so luther said now wait wait a minute. If the righteousness of the Gospel is the righteousness of faith. Then that means that this is not a righteousness that's demanded of me, but rather it's a righteousness that's promised to me, or that's given to me and all of a sudden the whole of scripture just. Flies Open. He says it's like heaven. Itself was opened, and the and it was radiating this light, and I raced through the Scriptures, and I saw that this is the true the true Gospel is that God. Gives us. His righteousness gives us his perfection gives us His Holiness in the forgiveness of all of our sins, that's the doctrine of justification, and and once that gets a hold of someone I mean once that doctrine gets a hold of someone's ears and hearts and lips and pin then you cannot stop them. You will preach that until someone buries you. You'RE GONNA. Speak that until someone knocks your teeth out and that's how it was with Luther. The Gospel got a hold of him and he just couldn't. He couldn't be threatened. He couldn't be silent. He couldn't be put down because he knew that. God loved Him in Christ that he was forgiven justified in perfect, it's really wonderful. I. I completely agree it's funny. You said that because you were talking about how you earlier said. The progression of you know it's not just that you can't have adult. You can't even less your heart in the sermon. The mountain that same area there's party says even if you call someone, you fool, you're destined for fire. Basically in the Gospel really does heighten that message, and and you're right that luther really just once. He got it once. He was no longer working for it which. Which I think! It must have been so hard in obviously God was working for him to in that era, just the Catholic indulgences, and all that stuff to go from where he was where he's got to work and earn it and you know, Make God happy to this guy who believes no, no, the righteousness of God is coming into me I could see how that just transforms these men and makes them unstoppable. They probably feel just so free from the heavy burdens. They were carrying. So it's interesting in this actually kind of ties in really well, though with what my next question was going to be I didn't expect that but you. What caught my eye with what made me want to have you on the show? Is You recently wrote a book on Luther and if I'm correct, it has his thoughts on martyrdom, and all this which really? Kind of fits well with the seeing that once. You Really Know The Gospel you will. Your life for that. What is something that you really want from this idea of Lutheran martyrdom and all this?.

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"luther" Discussed on Personology

Personology

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"luther" Discussed on Personology

"Do you have thoughts as a historian had he not been assassinated the ways in which he might have changed things further? Were there things on the horizon that it looked like he might impact had he lived longer life. Oh of course yeah. I think that he just started as like when you compare him to someone. Light Dandy at the age of thirty nine damned done. Nothing early in India. You had achieved some change in South Africa that all the things that we re thinking of in terms of Ghandi's accomplishments. They were still in the future when he was thirty. Nine from Martin Luther King to be fascinated at what is really an early age. What I would say is that yeah you had lot. He would like to accomplish. One of the ironies is that because his visionary goals were so visited there would be no Martin Luther King Holiday if Martin Luther King Live because he would have been seen as someone trying to achieve things that were unachievable. Eliminating poverty has eliminating war. Do you think he could really on his own. Stop the war in Vietnam and stopped all the wars since then he was trying to do something very radical. You know just think of of the poor people's campaign I described it to my students terms. They would understand that bachelor occupy movement. Some of them remember the occupied though pence of ten years ago. Badger that a leader. Today that I'm GonNa go occupy the National Mall States until Congress passes anti-poverty legislation just think of how radical that would be how Daesh us that would be. So I think that Martin Luther King if he had lived he would have been seen as this radical leader and you don't make radical leaders into national holidays so I think what happened was because he was assassinated before that. Follow the into of weddings doing terms of report people's campaign than it was then possible to honor or this person because he was associated with this great civil rights and that is the place that he he made impact and the that is the place where we saw incredible change following his time to the Rights Act of nineteen sixty four civil rights act of nineteen sixty five or rule. Minutes changes in the history of states perhaps important as the fourteen fifteen th amendment to the constitution so we make Martin Luther King National Holiday because he is the person most associated with that civil rights revolution. You know you can't choose a better person for that for him. That was simply part of his vision. Part of what he wanted to accomplish with his life but our national psyche. I guess what you're saying is the combination of his success in this in this particular arena and his sudden death which essentially martyred him made us see him in a certain light. Yes I noticed it. On Martin Luther King Holiday there's a tendency to replay. The I have a dream speech but not his speech attacking the war in Vietnam because that's still controversial. What else in that speech? We have destroyed bath to most terrorist institution. Family and the village is our national psychology that has essentially in some ways. Immortalised him further. Well that wraps things up for this episode a huge thanks to Dr Clayborn Carson for more on. Mlk's life and work check out. His edited volumes of the papers of Martin Luther King Junior. Also if you're interested in more information about the people we discuss in the series you can check out my book the power of different and make sure to follow me on twitter at Dr Gail Saltz or at personality. Md to follow along with all the latest news about the show. Personality is a production of iheartradio. The executive producers are Dr Gail Saltz and Tyler Clang. The supervising producer is dylan. Fagin the associate producer is Lowell Berlanti editing. Music and mixing by Lowbrow Berlanti for more podcasts from iheartradio visit the iheartradio APP apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcasts..

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"luther" Discussed on 5 Minutes in Church History

5 Minutes in Church History

04:54 min | 1 year ago

"luther" Discussed on 5 Minutes in Church History

"Welcome to five minutes in churches hosted by Dr Stephen. Nicholson where we take a little break from the presence to go exploring the past travel back in time as we look the people events and even the places that have shaped the story of Christianity. This is our story. family history. Let's get started. Welcome back to five minutes story today. We're going to look at faith in times of plague. We'll do this again next week but this week we're going back to the year. Fifteen twenty seven and two Martin Luther. He of course is no stranger to us here on five minutes in Church history but he lived through a plague and even wrote about it. November fifteen twenty seven. Luther published a little pamphlet entitled whether one may flee from a deadly plague now. The plague he was talking about was the bhubaneshwar plague. This is the black deaf. I came to Europe in thirteen fifty and those few years right around thirteen fifty. It was so devastating to Europe and it took about a third of the population of Europe. The plague receipted but then it recurred really centuries later and one of those recurrences came to Pittsburgh in the summer of fifteen twenty seven by November. Luther decided to write this pamphlet whether one may flee from a deadly plague. It's full of all kinds of practical advice on how to respond. Luther even talks in here about the building of hospitals and how hospitals should be built in such a way as to protect the medical staff as they serve those who are suffering from plague the towards the end. He delivers a paragraph. I want to read that to you in full because I think there's a lot in there that we can learn from and we should be paying attention to as we learn from our good friend. Martin Luther he writes therefore I shall ask God mercifully to protect us. Well that's a great place to start. Let's Pray for God's Merciful Protection of us all then Luther says then I shall fumigate one point in this piece. He says I'll fumigate my house. Fumigate the yard fumigate the street now. I'm not sure what fumigating looked like in the sixteenth century but whatever it was luther was advocating for it. He goes on to say. I'll help purify the air. He says out administer medicine and take it. I shall avoid places and persons where my presence is not needed in order not to become contaminated and thus per chance in fact and pollute others and so caused their death as a result of my negligence. So there's luther offering very practical advice on how to respond to this taking medicine and so forth and being careful on fact we see Luther. They're practicing what we would call today social distancing right Luther goes on to say if God would wish to take me he will surely find me and I have done what he is expected of me and so I am not responsible for either my own death or the death of others if my neighbor needs me however I shall not avoid place or person but we'll go freely as stated above so there we see him again following the regulations but also recognizing that he needs to put love of neighbor first and then luther ends with this see this is such a God fearing faith because it is neither brash nor foolhardy and does not tempt God. Luther is outlining for us. What faith in God looks like in time of plague? He says it's not brash. It's not foolhardy. You know we do look right before. We crossed the street in my neighborhood. Street doesn't get much traffic But I still look when I cross it but if I were to cross a four lane highway and probably look a little bit more carefully and so we have to be extra careful. Maybe in these times as we exercise our faith that we not do it brashly or foolhardy way but nevertheless we realize that in these times of plague as luther is advising his congregation and advising us this pamphlet that has survived through the centuries that we are to trust in. God so there is Martin. Luther reminding us that in times of plague we trust in God. We pray mercifully for his protection and his protection for us all. That's Martin Luther. And I'm Steve. Nicholson thanks for listening to five minutes in Church. History for more information or to listen to past episodes please visit five minutes in. Church. History.

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"luther" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"luther" Discussed on REAL 92.3

"Hi how you doing Luther I was calling about I have a couple questions I have I really did it this time I locked myself in my trunk you lock yourself in the trunk well I've put myself in the truck and locked it I mean I've been accidentally locked myself in here but I just wonder how would I go about getting out of here I'm on my cell phone and then answer but you're gonna have to ever tools take the bolts off of it we're not going to get a tool from call the police department I can call the police I got two warrants you might want to try to kick the back seat panel down take it down could could could you hold on for a second here hold on and one of my checking for here the back part of the state to begin kicked out for but not today and I can't see some much is that gonna cost Sir I cannot send somebody from my place can help you so if I take down the seeds would you pay for no Sir is your ideal you're the one is calling for help I toyed call nine one one you know what I'm not even in the mood nor in the right amount of space to argue with you right now hold on elected still run across the story can get others choose me yeah I'm not a or you need to call nine one one I'm not a okay all right that's not very nice so you never been locked in your trunk northerner been locked in my trunk so I must be AT and not too Sir hello is this somebody out there I'm gonna try somebody out here hello just call to make a complaint about.

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"luther" Discussed on 5 Minutes in Church History

5 Minutes in Church History

05:00 min | 2 years ago

"luther" Discussed on 5 Minutes in Church History

"Welcome to five minutes in churches hosted by Dr Stephen Nicholson where we take a little break from the presence to go exploring the past asked traveled back in time as we look the people events and even the places that have shaped the story of Christianity. This is our story family history. Let's get started. Welcome back to another episode of five minutes in Church history on this episode we are once again on location and the Museum of the Bible they say that here at the Museum of the Bible they have seventy two hours worth of content within the walls of this museum but we only have five five minutes and so we don't have time to look at all the great treasures but we're going to focus on one treasure. We're on the fourth floor. This floor tells the story of the Bible through artifacts and even starts before the Bible with just the history of writing cuneiform tablets and then it gets to a very exciting part of the museum for me and that is the part dealing with the reformation and I'm standing right next to a fascinating Bible the placard next to it identifies it as Lutheran Pastors Bible so first. Let's talk about who is Lutheran Pastor. Luther Pastor is Yohannes Hanis Vegan Haagen he was born in Poland on June twenty-fourth fourteen eighty five and he died city of Berg on April Twentieth Fifteen fifty eight as a student. He was not impressed with the reformers at all. FX He I read Luther in fifteen twenty eight when he first read Luther the arguments just did not convince him but then something happened as red luther a second time in fifteen twenty three and he was reading eating the Babylonian captivity of the Church and as he was reading that he was convicted of the truth of the Gospel and he was also convicted that he was is in the wrong church and he needed to get out of that church and go with Luther so he made his way to Berg is a great scholar so he became one of the professors at the University Edinburgh and he also became one of the pastors at the Parish Church at Saint Mary now Luther was also one of the pastors at Saint Mary's Church he two names for Buchen Haagen. He called him. Dr Pomeranians and Pomerania is the area that we know today as Poland so luther was calling him the doctor of Poland. The title that Luther had for him was my pastor. Luther needed a pastor this pastor to so many needed a pastor and he looked to Yohannes Buchen Haagen so that's the losers authors pastor part now we need Luther Pastor's Bible part and what we have here is a Latin Bible. It's beautifully printed. It's two columns and it's the Latin text the wonderful thing about this. Little treasure is it has gone. Huggins notes fall through it. There's only one note in a hand other than Bougie Hawkins and that note has two little initials after it P. M. and they stand for Philip Philip Malinche. Somehow Philip Malinche then got a hold of this Bible. Maybe he thought it was his. I don't know and he wrote a note in it. Then he signed his name to it but but all the rest of the notes belong to Bougie this was the Bible that he would have used to study. This is the Bible that he would have used for his personal reading and this is the the Bible that he would have used for his sermon preparation and this Bible was here and the Museum of the Bible. It's a testament to a number of things. It's a testament to the fact that luther sought out a pastor that he knew he needed someone to hold him accountable and not only did he say. Bougainville's huggins was my pastor. He also said Haagen was also my confessor. This was the man who held them accountable and also reminds us. That luther wasn't alone. We we sometimes have this vision of losers. He's you know Contra Mundi Luther against the world standing alone. The reality is he had colleagues and one of those colleagues was honest Bogan Haagen boob huggins legacy can be summed up in three words. Pittsburgh and the impact on Susie had vitner number two Pomeranians remembers hometown Poland. We had an impact there too on the church and the number three pastor because if he was luther pastor will then he was probably a good pastor and that's Yohannes Michigan Haagen and this is Bible and I'm Steve Nichols on location for five minutes in Church history for more ordination or to listen to past episodes. Please visit five minutes in Church history dot com.

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"luther" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

The Michael Knowles Show

01:57 min | 4 years ago

"luther" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

"Number seven martin luther was not a populist we have this idea this common perception of him as a man of the people retrieving christianity back from oppressive elites but luther had fairly harsh words for german peasants one need only consult his book this is the title against the murderous thieving hordes of peasants and and his subsequent defence of that book open letter on the horror sh book against the peasants and we can understand the luther is uh we we can understand looters guilt and confusion at having inspired the peasant war by his theological proclamations this brings us to number eight a difference i suppose between luther and the lutherans between luther and people who followed his tradition martin luther believed at the littoral presence of christ in the eucharist he wrote quote who but the devil has granted such a license of wresting the words of the holy scripture who ever read in the scriptures that my body is the same as the sign of my body or that it is the same as it signifies what language in the world ever spoke so it is only them the devil that imposes upon us by these fanatical men not one of the fathers of the church though so numerous ever spoke of the sacrament errands not one of them ever said it is only bread and wine or the body and blood of christ is not their present he fully believed that the the the eucharist is the body of christ not that there is some uh it's a symbol of the body of christ at some remnant we have the body chris number not martin luther added a word to the bible this is also a little known but while prior in virtually all subsequently revised versions of the bible translate romans 328 to read quote for we hold that one is justified by faith apart from the works of the law luther translated that passage as quote.

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"luther" Discussed on Here We Stand

Here We Stand

02:07 min | 4 years ago

"luther" Discussed on Here We Stand

"Ooh here he stood written by john piper one of the great rediscoveries of the reformation especially of martin luther was that the word of god comes to us in the form of a book the bible luther grasped this powerful fact god preserve the experience of salvation and holiness from generation to generation by means of a book of revelation not a bishop in rome the lifegiving and lifethreatening risk of the reformation was the rejection of the pope and councils as the infallible final authority of the church luther his adversary sylvester prairie us road he who does not accept the doctrine of the church of rome and pontiff of rome as an infallible rule of faith from which the holy scriptures to draw their strength and authority is a heretic it followed that luther would be excluded from the roman catholic church what is new in luther heiko olbermann says is the notion of absolute obedience to the scriptures against any authorities be they popes or councils this rediscovery of the word of god above all earthly powers shaped luther and the entire reformation but luther is path to that rediscovery was a torturous one beginning with a lightning storm at age twenty one on july two fifteen o5 five on the way home from law school luther was caught in a thunderstorm and was hurled to the ground by lightning he cried out helped me say dan i will become a monk fifteen days later to his father's dismay luther left his legal studies and kept his vow he knocked at the gate of the augustinian hermit's in air for it and ask the prior to accept him into the order at twenty one he became and augustinian monk.

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"luther" Discussed on 5 Minutes in Church History

5 Minutes in Church History

01:43 min | 4 years ago

"luther" Discussed on 5 Minutes in Church History

"It's so hard to say what was my favorite place begging in the the luther house vest than i have our picture taken in front of the door were there is a chair on one side which was katies cheer and the chair of the other which was mired chaired vest nyerere's seated in those two cheers in that particular apps are we have a picture of that going into the church a poll put all those things it's just magnificent the museum i think you know that i have a perfect replica of luther is wedding ring that katie von board designed and the originals in a museum there and now i have this one that i i were all the time it's one of my prized gift should my wife gave me dr sprawl this is an important place and it's an important near 2017 as you think about luther is legacy over five hundred years what strikes you as most significant i think the most significant they of course is the recovery of the gospel itself and the model post ten of rush looks after darkness light and the legacy that luther himself considered was the necessity that that gospel be recovered in every generation down to the present emmett is in every generation there's been a crisis at some point over the purity of the gospel diva favorite book from the pen of martin luther dr sprawl while there are several that i love deeply of course bondage of the world is a classic an i love that but it's pretty hard to.

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