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"lutheran church presbyterian" Discussed on KOMO

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01:37 min | 2 years ago

"lutheran church presbyterian" Discussed on KOMO

"Basement of Saint Luke Lutheran church in Bellevue. A simple song paints, a complicated picture. Really a blessing now the outside on the street. We know where to go after word Stoltze will tell you tough life choices left him without a home. The first night, I said street when I got kicked out of Jews already twenty six degrees. I literally didn't think I'd make Nick is the type of man David bowling See's daily of Saint people with two houses, and boats and cars end up here. Mulling the executive director for the congregation for the homeless and organization helping men become whole being homeless is a time job. And it wears you down. Where's your sense of identity down? Currently eleven thousand two hundred homeless living King County nearly forty five hundred considered unsheltered and Seattle much lower in east. King County less than four hundred many say, CF H, helps keep the east side clear of homeless encampments in parks and along freeways, where it all began twenty five years ago when they began recruiting local churches, and congregations to open their basements, and become a monthly show. Alter the shelter for the month of may Saint, Luke Lutheran and Bellevue in June. The shelter move to Christ the king Lutheran east gate and each month, a different congregation becomes a shelter a total of twelve opened up their basements, but other congregations also help out another seventeen provide volunteers meals. We have a lot of Lutheran church Presbyterian, some Jewish synagogues, Sikhs, and Muslims supporting them, we've got a real interfaith group of people Kenny, drew volunteered since one thousand.

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"lutheran church presbyterian" Discussed on KOMO

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01:35 min | 2 years ago

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"Currently eleven thousand two hundred homeless living King County nearly forty five hundred considered unsheltered and Seattle much lower in east. King County less than four hundred many say, CF, h helps keep the east side clear homeless encampments and parks and along freeways, where it all began twenty five years ago when they began recruiting local churches, and congregations to open their basements to become a monthly show. Shelter the shelter for the month of may Saint Lutheran and Bellevue in June. The shelter to Christ the king Lutheran east Eastgate in each month, a different congregation becomes a shelter. A total twelve opened up their basements, but other congregations also help out another seventeen provide volunteers meals. We have a lot of Lutheran church Presbyterian, some Jewish synagogues, Sikhs, and Muslims supporting them, we've got a real interfaith group of people way more than that he drew his volunteered since one thousand nine hundred three important that they feel safer, then they can go on with the next. There. The shelter also provides storage in a place to shower dude, wandering allow a men like Nick at work, two jobs where he can save his money with a goal of finding permanent housing in six months. From this. It's hard. It's not easy from this can it's hard. It's not easy smoothing the transition with case management, even helping with rent deposits program boasting, sixty to seventy percent success rate..

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"lutheran church presbyterian" Discussed on KOMO

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01:32 min | 2 years ago

"lutheran church presbyterian" Discussed on KOMO

"Currently eleven thousand two hundred homeless living King County nearly forty five hundred considered unsheltered and Seattle much lower in east. King County less than four hundred many say, CF, h helps keep the east side, clear of homeless encampments and parks, along freeways where it all began twenty five years ago when they began recruiting local churches and congregations to open their basements of become a monthly shelter the shelter for the month of may saint-luc Lutheran and Bellevue in June. The shelter move to Christ the king Lutheran an Eastgate and each month, a different congregation becomes a shelter. A total twelve opened up their basements, but other congregations also help out another seventeen provide volunteers meals. We have the lot of Lutheran church Presbyterian, some Jewish synagogues, Sikhs Muslims, supporting them, we've got a real interfaith group of people more than that, drew volunteered since nineteen Ninety-three important. That they feel safe then they can go on with the next to the shelter also provide storage in a place to shower dude laundry allow a men like Nick to work to John's where he can save his money with the goal of finding permanent housing in six months. What more from this? And it's hard is it's not easy from this. And it's hard. It's not easy. See if smoothing the transition with case management, even helping with rent deposits program..

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"lutheran church presbyterian" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

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11:46 min | 2 years ago

"lutheran church presbyterian" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

"In this passage. If your brother will, you know, the word brother is a definite article. It's a specific. It's this isn't just anybody. This is someone who is a specific a brother like the brother. So it's it's someone who you're close to and it is much easier to ignore. I know that maybe we'll use the first that love covers a multitude of sins. And they use that to say, well, we should just ignore these issues. Let it go and the hard time with that passages say not at all not even close. And yet there are times we can let things go. I mean, if you do something to me, and it's not a big deal. I should be able to let it go. If I can let it go that might be revealing a pride issue. I have. Yeah. Yeah. Well, one of the things that again, I want I want to give credit where it would do one of the things they mentioned in the podcasts at the beginning, which I wholeheartedly agree with and that he is exactly one hundred percent right on his we have too many people in the church. Outside the church too. But I'm not gonna talk about that. 'cause we're not worried about that. But inside the it has seeped into the church as the culture. Unfortunately, too often does is that his point was just because somebody hurt your feelings that doesn't mean church discipline. These get started, you know, you don't you don't have to go after every single person that that says something that that kind of rubs you the wrong way and Ravi Zachariah says said many times one of my one of my favorite sayings of his is what we do with the culture that listens with its is in reasons with its heart. And so we can't poor these things through the filter of how they made us feel as much as they. Okay. Is this a legitimate grievance? Is this a legitimate sinful thing openly, unrepentant sinful thing that I need to engage or is this something I just need to go on with my life about the much bigger fish to fry and he did bring that up and I want to give him credit for that. Because that that's a legitimate want. It is because there's times where you know, we sometimes we'll have we think someone is thinking. Something we have perspective with someone why someone did something, and they don't have that same view. I've seen this countless times where someone's going to sit there and be like, well, you should have done this because of this, and it's a weight, but I didn't I wasn't thinking that way. Yeah. So I want I wanna talk about the role that church. Discipline has in the church in the functioning of the church. Does it have a purpose for the church? But I want to do that right after I want to I let your co host from your podcast explained to us propitiate nation in this is love not that we love God. But he loved us and sent his son to be the propitiate action for our sins. First John four ten the word propitiate action as used in this. I is one of my personal favorite words in all of the vibe John piper. In his book fifty reasons why Christ came to die defines. Officiation as quote, the removal of God's wrath by providing a substitute. The substitute is provided by God himself, the substitute Jesus Christ. There's not just cancel the wrath. He absorbs it diverts it from us to himself. God's wrath is just and it was spent not withdrawn, and quote, this very explanation of propitiate is what God used to open my eyes and heart that the gospel. The you know, Jesus has your perpetuation. This has been another growing moment with Robert Houghton, and you can learn more about that with at you've listened to growth project radio where both Danny an Robert are on there when I'm not in the chat room, distracting them. They get through much more information. Yeah. Kind of I was beginning to begin to smell a rat on that one. You know, I knew you were talking about being able to get into finished the entire bible before we would get finished with the New Testament. I kind of felt like you were you were you goading us on purpose last week to intentionally slow as down to ensure that now. No, you do that actually. No. You said that you said that on the podcast. Wow. I never even thought of that. That's I should've tried that. No, actually. Wasn't the thought because there is no fear on my part there. I have no fear because I don't think that you're gonna make it even if you drawing all three John's together you still have revelation. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Jude's gonna take you two weeks. No, I I was not trying to there because they're actually wasn't a competition. It was just giving you a hard to give you a hard time because of the five minutes if of truth, usually, not five minutes log, but I just figured I'd bust out a give I didn't know that Robert just he's glued to the to the chat, you know. And and see here's the here's where it's good that that my eyesight did is. I can't see the remarks. He can see them on the screen, but I can't. So he he gets easily distracted with them. So what was funny was? He was he was reading different comments, and I'm giving funny comments, and he'd just started laughing. And then you'd look at him, and he was like well, Andrew Sega. It'll take you two weeks to get through. Then I got accused of throwing you off. And I'm like, hey, I wasn't the one reading comments to them. That's true. I just sent in the video. So folks, you'll have to wall make sure to drop the link to that episode where Danny was going over first and second Peter into the show notes of of this show. So you guys could hear that it was his I will admit I was cracking up at that. And he was he was worried that it might throw you off. It threw him off. Way through. So, you know, a lot of people we talk about church discipline. They think it's something that's a a bygones on. That's we don't need anymore. Yeah. I think that there is some things that we can emit changed with the way churches, are, you know, if you look in the first century there really was one church in town. It's not like we're in your town in my town. There's okay, maybe in your town. There's probably more churches on every street than mine because I'm in jersey, you know, waiting for them to just outlaw them. But yeah. So, but I mean, we have in in both of our hometowns. We have plenty of churches. You have you'll have several different kinds of Baptist. Churches Lutheran churches Presbyterian churches have all different varieties. Even some that would have the same denominational background. They didn't have that in the first century. Right. I mean, so you had you had a church of Corinth vide. Unlike the church of Corinth, you didn't go up the street right to the second church. Go. Going to the first Presbyterian of Corinth. Yeah. Exactly. And so there is that aspect where I think the church disciplined definitely played a bigger role. When you have a a village or town where most people know each other if someone is going through this everybody is gonna know about it. I do think it had a greater impact back then. Yeah. And I and I think that's kind of the picture that we're supposed to have with this. It wasn't that it will be people walk away from this idea of church discipline that you have a bunch of people several people sitting in judgment over somebody else. It was something did well what about the senate's in their life. They don't have any right to be set that that's not if you think that is missing the point of of of church discipline. Again, it is it is it is two fold at least in my understanding. It is restorative to the person and he keeps disunity from the body. And when you look. At how important that is. You look at the second letter of Saint Paul's second letter to the Corinthians. Really fascinating letter. They're all fascinating. But but really fascinating for the reasons if you know, Paul founded the church at Corinth, obviously, they knew him they loved him. They had some significant issues there, which is what he wrote. I Corinthians about a stop acting like the world, you're doing things even the world doesn't do they find a point. And so he goes through this list of things don't sue your brothers don't know disruption during the Lord's supper, all of these all of these types of things, then something interesting happen. We know this because we can infer this from Paul's second letter to the Corinthians, which is drastically different than his first something happened either a person came into the the body or it was somebody who was on in the body. It would maybe that that came from within a started bad mouthing. Paul started talking negatively about a minute affected his relationship with the Corinthians. Extremely negatively end date negatively affected the body as a whole so much. So that Paul in Second Corinthians. In chapter two talked about a visit that he took. There that did not go. Well, and another letter previous the Second Corinthians that he'd written that was a very painful letter for him to write because of all the things that were going on. And so there was a lot of disruption in the body. There was a lot of chaos going on there when it finally got straightened out. And the reason Paul wrote second part of the reason that Paul wrote Second Corinthians was because now this all straightened out, and he was he was back in good graces with them. They were back in good graces with him things were going. Well, they're now they had everything had got. But it's really fascinating part of of second. Corinthians were Paul mentions the person who caused all the problem, and he said compare phrasing. But you can you can read this second. Corinthians chapter two starting around verse four if I'm my memory serving correctly. Basically what he tells them is look you guys punish this guy. And that's good. Don't do anything more because you're going to drive him away. Right now, we need to worry about loving him and restoring him back. This was the guy who calls the rift between he and his the church that he founded and again the idea. Behind the process was restoring that person which Paul emphasize and healing the body. And so if we keep those in mind than then maybe church discipline isn't as you know, this this boogeyman that that people might think it is. I think I think that what we see throughout the scriptures. You see is pest as you mentioned. I Corinthians five the purpose. The purity of the church second Thesselonians, again, the purity of the church if you do not practice church discipline. You don't have a pure church. Exactly you look at acts chapter five when you have an-and is since afire. What do they do they lie in deceive and their lives were taken from them for that? And what happened? Everybody was afraid. Yeah. All of a sudden purity mattered like these little white lies. No, it's a big deal to God. So the purity of the church has an effect on. I think. It has affect on the way the world views, the church, I think that you mentioned the church growth movement and all the stuff that went on back, then and it was an idea to kind of soften the church make it where the world would be more peeled to the church to church be more feeling to the world. And the idea being that we would get more people in the more people than they could hear the gospel. And yet the reality is I think would happen is they watered down the church the purity of it to where they're accepting of sin. They're accepting of bad behavior. Because it's more about getting people in the church and getting butts and Beuys nothing. Exactly. Right. And one of the one of the biggest problems we had with that was that we made the world comfortable with their sin, which is the exact opposite of

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"lutheran church presbyterian" Discussed on Andrew Rappaport's Rapp Report

Andrew Rappaport's Rapp Report

11:00 min | 2 years ago

"lutheran church presbyterian" Discussed on Andrew Rappaport's Rapp Report

"In this passage. If your brother will, you know, the word brother is a definite article. It's a specific. It's this isn't just anybody. This is someone who is a specific a brother like the brother. So it's it's someone who you're close to and it is much easier to ignore. I know that maybe we'll use the first that love covers a multitude of sins. And they use that to say, well, we should just ignore these issues. Let it go and the hard time with that passages say not at all not even close. And yet there are times we can let things go. I mean, if you do something to me, and it's not a big deal. I should be able to let it go. If I can let it go that might be revealing a pride issue. I have. Yeah. Yeah. Well, one of the things that again, I want I want to give credit where it would do one of the things they mentioned in the podcasts at the beginning, which I wholeheartedly agree with and that he is exactly one hundred percent right on his we have too many people in the church. Outside the church too. But I'm not gonna talk about that. 'cause we're not worried about that. But inside the it has seeped into the church as the culture. Unfortunately, too often does is that his point was just because somebody hurt your feelings that doesn't mean church discipline. These get started, you know, you don't you don't have to go after every single person that that says something that that kind of rubs you the wrong way and Ravi Zachariah says said many times one of my one of my favorite sayings of his is what we do with the culture that listens with its is in reasons with its heart. And so we can't poor these things through the filter of how they made us feel as much as they. Okay. Is this a legitimate grievance? Is this a legitimate sinful thing openly, unrepentant sinful thing that I need to engage or is this something I just need to go on with my life about the much bigger fish to fry and he did bring that up and I want to give him credit for that. Because that that's a legitimate want. It is because there's times where you know, we sometimes we'll have we think someone is thinking. Something we have perspective with someone why someone did something, and they don't have that same view. I've seen this countless times where someone's going to sit there and be like, well, you should have done this because of this, and it's a weight, but I didn't I wasn't thinking that way. Yeah. So I want I wanna talk about the role that church. Discipline has in the church in the functioning of the church. Does it have a purpose for the church? But I want to do that right after I want to I let your co host from your podcast explained to us propitiate nation in this is love not that we love God. But he loved us and sent his son to be the propitiate action for our sins. First John four ten the word propitiate action as used in this. I is one of my personal favorite words in all of the vibe John piper. In his book fifty reasons why Christ came to die defines. Officiation as quote, the removal of God's wrath by providing a substitute. The substitute is provided by God himself, the substitute Jesus Christ. There's not just cancel the wrath. He absorbs it diverts it from us to himself. God's wrath is just and it was spent not withdrawn, and quote, this very explanation of propitiate is what God used to open my eyes and heart that the gospel. The you know, Jesus has your perpetuation. This has been another growing moment with Robert Houghton, and you can learn more about that with at you've listened to growth project radio where both Danny an Robert are on there when I'm not in the chat room, distracting them. They get through much more information. Yeah. Kind of I was beginning to begin to smell a rat on that one. You know, I knew you were talking about being able to get into finished the entire bible before we would get finished with the New Testament. I kind of felt like you were you were you goading us on purpose last week to intentionally slow as down to ensure that now. No, you do that actually. No. You said that you said that on the podcast. Wow. I never even thought of that. That's I should've tried that. No, actually. Wasn't the thought because there is no fear on my part there. I have no fear because I don't think that you're gonna make it even if you drawing all three John's together you still have revelation. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Jude's gonna take you two weeks. No, I I was not trying to there because they're actually wasn't a competition. It was just giving you a hard to give you a hard time because of the five minutes if of truth, usually, not five minutes log, but I just figured I'd bust out a give I didn't know that Robert just he's glued to the to the chat, you know. And and see here's the here's where it's good that that my eyesight did is. I can't see the remarks. He can see them on the screen, but I can't. So he he gets easily distracted with them. So what was funny was? He was he was reading different comments, and I'm giving funny comments, and he'd just started laughing. And then you'd look at him, and he was like well, Andrew Sega. It'll take you two weeks to get through. Then I got accused of throwing you off. And I'm like, hey, I wasn't the one reading comments to them. That's true. I just sent in the video. So folks, you'll have to wall make sure to drop the link to that episode where Danny was going over first and second Peter into the show notes of of this show. So you guys could hear that it was his I will admit I was cracking up at that. And he was he was worried that it might throw you off. It threw him off. Way through. So, you know, a lot of people we talk about church discipline. They think it's something that's a a bygones on. That's we don't need anymore. Yeah. I think that there is some things that we can emit changed with the way churches, are, you know, if you look in the first century there really was one church in town. It's not like we're in your town in my town. There's okay, maybe in your town. There's probably more churches on every street than mine because I'm in jersey, you know, waiting for them to just outlaw them. But yeah. So, but I mean, we have in in both of our hometowns. We have plenty of churches. You have you'll have several different kinds of Baptist. Churches Lutheran churches Presbyterian churches have all different varieties. Even some that would have the same denominational background. They didn't have that in the first century. Right. I mean, so you had you had a church of Corinth vide. Unlike the church of Corinth, you didn't go up the street right to the second church. Go. Going to the first Presbyterian of Corinth. Yeah. Exactly. And so there is that aspect where I think the church disciplined definitely played a bigger role. When you have a a village or town where most people know each other if someone is going through this everybody is gonna know about it. I do think it had a greater impact back then. Yeah. And I and I think that's kind of the picture that we're supposed to have with this. It wasn't that it will be people walk away from this idea of church discipline that you have a bunch of people several people sitting in judgment over somebody else. It was something did well what about the senate's in their life. They don't have any right to be set that that's not if you think that is missing the point of of of church discipline. Again, it is it is it is two fold at least in my understanding. It is restorative to the person and he keeps disunity from the body. And when you look. At how important that is. You look at the second letter of Saint Paul's second letter to the Corinthians. Really fascinating letter. They're all fascinating. But but really fascinating for the reasons if you know, Paul founded the church at Corinth, obviously, they knew him they loved him. They had some significant issues there, which is what he wrote. I Corinthians about a stop acting like the world, you're doing things even the world doesn't do they find a point. And so he goes through this list of things don't sue your brothers don't know disruption during the Lord's supper, all of these all of these types of things, then something interesting happen. We know this because we can infer this from Paul's second letter to the Corinthians, which is drastically different than his first something happened either a person came into the the body or it was somebody who was on in the body. It would maybe that that came from within a started bad mouthing. Paul started talking negatively about a minute affected his relationship with the Corinthians. Extremely negatively end date negatively affected the body as a whole so much. So that Paul in Second Corinthians. In chapter two talked about a visit that he took. There that did not go. Well, and another letter previous the Second Corinthians that he'd written that was a very painful letter for him to write because of all the things that were going on. And so there was a lot of disruption in the body. There was a lot of chaos going on there when it finally got straightened out. And the reason Paul wrote second part of the reason that Paul wrote Second Corinthians was because now this all straightened out, and he was he was back in good graces with them. They were back in good graces with him things were going. Well, they're now they had everything had got. But it's really fascinating part of of second. Corinthians were Paul mentions the person who caused all the problem, and he said compare phrasing. But you can you can read this second. Corinthians chapter two starting around verse four if I'm my memory serving correctly. Basically what he tells them is look you guys punish this guy. And that's good. Don't do anything more because you're going to drive him away. Right now, we need to worry about loving him and restoring him back. This was the guy who calls the rift between he and his the church that he founded and again the idea. Behind the process was restoring that person which Paul emphasize and healing the body. And so if we keep those in mind than then maybe church discipline isn't as you know, this this boogeyman that that people might think it is. I think I think that what we see throughout the scriptures. You see is pest as you mentioned. I Corinthians five the purpose. The purity of the church second Thesselonians, again, the purity of the church if you do not practice church discipline. You don't have a pure church. Exactly you look at acts chapter five when you have an-and is since afire. What do they do they lie in deceive and their lives were taken from them for that? And what happened? Everybody was afraid. Yeah. All of a sudden purity mattered like these little white lies. No, it's a big deal to God. So the purity of

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"lutheran church presbyterian" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

08:22 min | 3 years ago

"lutheran church presbyterian" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"On the rice, indeed hate crimes against Jews in this country have risen by one third since two thousand seventeen there you have it now from what direction is this antisemitism coming. Well, here's a hint. A congresswoman Ilhan Omar of Minnesota. Has been holding secret fundraisers for groups that support terrorism? Apparently Representative Omar. In addition to the saints inflammatory things at the care conference with the council on American American Islamic relations conference, by the way care a group named as an unindicted co conspirator terrifying incident, rather massive terror funding incident that I think I would Dhabi has named as a terrorist organization. Well, Johan Omar was delighted to speak. They're saying among other things it's time for Muslims in this country to raise hell. Okay. She'd been holding a series of secret fundraising fundraisers, this is the free beacon with groups that have been tied to the support of terrorism. These appearances have been closed to the press hidden from public view, the content of the speeches given to predominantly Muslim audiences remains unknown, and this prompts some of us to express some concern about the type of rhetoric she is using before these paying audiences particularly in her and light of her frequent and continuing use of anti semitic tropes in public. She spoke in Florida at a private event hosted by a group called Islam ick relief. Now, this is a charity organization said they have deep ties to groups that advocate terrorism against Israel. Over the weekend. She's going to appear this past week 'cause she did and another private event in California hosted by care, CA, California pack, which is a political action committee affiliated with the council on American Islamic relations in California. And again care has been named a terrorist organization by number of countries around the globe. Appearance of these meetings. A couple of hours here and there. Due to her repeated an apologetic public use of anti semitic stereotypes. Accusing a Jewish people of controlling foreign policy and politics buying off. Politicians separates. Her popularity is skyrocketing on the anti-israeli an anti-jewish left her rhetoric now apparently is also translating into fundraising pros. So yes, there is a rise in anti semitism. If other way travels hand in hand with anti Christian rhetoric. And that comes from individuals on the radical left who are eighth theorists who do not believe in any supreme being of any form whatsoever. Because for them government is the supreme being we've covered this ground before. And it's a general anti religious bias built in. When you have some she's attractive physically attractive. Articulate. She obviously has a brain. But she has as you might say Jewish problem. She's lived here in this country for auto quarter century. Speaker Pelosi tried to defend her. By saying, well, she's too dumb to know what she was saying about the Jewish people in support of Israel. She's too dumb to realize that that'd be offensive seriously. Well, if issues too dumb to realize how offensive those statements as you've been making our perhaps she's too dumb to sit on the foreign affairs committee, if she's a moron. You know? She knows. Democrats have gone to absolutely absurd. Links to rationalize her remarks even going so far as to downplay. The holocaust holocaust deniers are cropping up on the far left. Sebastian Gorka, we've talked with on the show. Dr Sebastian Gorka, he was on the triggered podcast recently. He was unequivocal that Omar hates Jewish people in Pelosi is caving these radical elements and the Pelosi is unable to control them. And that this is going to produce a serious problem for the left and long term. It's not just Omar. Of course, you have congresswoman Labe for Michigan. And you have one of the more radical congresspeople all wrapped up in a cute little bundle in a congresswoman Alexandrio Cossio Cortez. Breath Lee each time because he's just kind of a hobby. But God, I don't know how she ties your shoes. So so you have some real characters on the political left. So our secretary of state is appearing before the American is really political action committee. You have members of the democrat party appearing at a convention of an organization that had been deemed a terrorist organization. And still I am just flabbergasted that a significant part of the Jewish electorate in this country. Will vote for whoever the democrat candidate is in twenty twenty and there was a D behind the individual's name that individual is going to get the vote. It doesn't matter. What the policies are that are endorsed by the democrat party. This is a matter of habit. And having spoken with a with a number of people on this issue. The the judgement seems to be well, but there right on social issues. I mean there there is you're okay on social issues. The Republicans will we don't like Trump. But before he was we don't like Bush before the Reagan before the Eisenhower Nixon. So if you have an are behind your name. This this urge you condemnation. Anybody who's running for the presidency next year any democrat, you'll receive a substantial number of votes from the Jewish community in this country. Even if that individual stands up in the middle of Times Square and says, you know, those money changers and Shylock's in Israel. They're buying off all the congress. And I'm here to fight against them, those money lenders and Shylock's. Even that. They'll still get the votes. Shop at. Temple on Saturday morning say the same thing, they'll still get the votes. It is to me one of the bigger puzzles of American political life. Or takes on Edison. Partisan very directly. What happens on that? Well. Nothing. Nothing. The left continues to give speeches behind closed doors to audiences who are virulently anti Jewish. And then they'll turn around and ask American jury for their financial support for the twenty twenty electoral campaign. Your shake my head. I don't get it. Look. I'm a Protestant, man. I grew up in the Methodist church, I've gone to Methodist church Lutheran churches. Presbyterian churches, I'm an American Protestant. And and if if this were somebody who running for office who were saying this kind of thing about Baptists or congregational lists or Lutheran or Presbyterian. I don't think I would be inclined to send the money. But still it is what it is telephone number four one zero WBZ succeed..

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