35 Burst results for "Macarthur"

David & Christen Limbaugh Know How to Write on a Popular Level

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:57 min | 2 weeks ago

David & Christen Limbaugh Know How to Write on a Popular Level

"I am talking to the authors David Limbaugh and Kristen Limbaugh bloom of a new book, the resurrected Jesus, the church and the New Testament. And at the end of last segment, I was just I was mid rant. I was ranting because I get that all the time, where people who have spent decades, let's say, on as Bond Hoff or scholars or whatever. And they look at someone who has a BA in English and they say, what right do you have to write about this? And you realize that's kind of the problem is that it's very rare that you find an academic who can write on a popular level. We could almost analogize this to the experts who hate Trump because he is in a career politician, but I won't go the second. No, no, no, but it's exactly the same principle. It's precisely the same principle. It's like somebody says, I am a professional politician. What right do you have? Well, the founding fathers created a situation where average people are supposed to govern themselves Cincinnati and his plow, you come, you serve, and then you go back. The idea of the career politician, the professional politician, it's the same misunderstanding that you have in the world of writing and the academy. It is. And this is true of law books, they're written to other law professors, not even to practicing lawyers, law professors. And they're elitists and showing off. The same thing, I don't think the theologians are showing off. But they do ride on a higher level of some commentaries are more light level. But one thing I learned to bridge this gap is I, one of my early mentors said, I said, I don't understand this commentary. I want to understand this, commentary. Well, I mean, I've been steeped in it for 20 years. You'll get more. The more I read, I do get the jargon. Well, here's a great thing. I think I can introduce readers. We can introduce readers. And she's been into this too. It my behest, of course. I deserve all the credit. And we can introduce readers to the brilliance of commentators by kind of rewording what they say. And then they would never even hear these people, you know? And there's some great ones out there. I don't know what you think. Well, I think of it. Well, John Macarthur and what a jerk. Yeah. Actually, I like John Macarthur very much. He's amazing, but you just, but you actually, you touched on something. And this is why I get so animated about this. You're doing exactly what I do in most of my books. You are a popularizer. You're basically saying like, look, I'm not going to spend 30 years studying this, but I don't need to God didn't create me to do that. Other people have done that. What I can do is read their stuff and help allay reader understand some of the best of what they have to say. And that's what I do in most of my books and it's exactly what the two of you are doing in these books. I know that for a fact. I mean, as I see it here, I think that that's exactly what you're doing.

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Jenna Ellis: Representing Pastor John MacArthur

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:50 min | 6 months ago

Jenna Ellis: Representing Pastor John MacArthur

"Sun in America. It's very similar. You've got a lot of passage that said, well, I don't want to take on the government or I don't want to be, I don't want to appear like I'm some right wing Trump supporter. So I'm just going to go with the program. And yet there are these handful of folks. You represented legally the great pastor John Macarthur. And one, the same thing with che on and rob McCoy and so many of these pastors that I have gotten to know that they said we are going to stand and I think, wow. And the incredible thing about pastor John and I have loved getting to know him personally, of course, he influenced my life from early. I grew up on his study Bible. My mom graduated from his master's college with her degree. I know that. Wow. So we're a John mcarthur family. So of course, you know, and I listened to grace to you all of that. And that's actually how I ended up representing him, was an elder from their church, saw my tweet and support of their statement. And I said, can you imagine, we've gotten to the point in America where John Macarthur is going to exercise civil disobedience. This is a big day, you guys. Actually, that's really funny. If people don't know the background is that you wouldn't expect him to do that. No, because if you know how much he loves and respects, civil society, how much he understands all of this. He's not a rebellious person. But he is more than anything. Steadfast in his commitment to doing what the lord has him to do. And what he commands in scripture, which is to open your church to be the ecclesia and the gathering of believers. And so when they put out that statement, you know, I tweeted support. They saw that and said, you know, we're looking for a lawyer and I got on the phone with him and I say this is amazing to speak with you and of course this is wrong and here's why and they flew me out to the church that

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Introducing David Simon—An HBO Writing Legend

Origins with James Andrew Miller

00:57 sec | 6 months ago

Introducing David Simon—An HBO Writing Legend

"David Simon is one of the most important and prolific writers in HBO history. After graduating from the university of Maryland, Simon worked in journalism, displaying a unique voice and an unrelenting work ethic as a reporter for the Baltimore sun. In 1991, he published his first book, homicide, a year on the killing streets, to hugely enthusiastic reviews. And went on to work with Baltimore legend Barry Levinson. On the hit NBC adaptation of that show. Simon began his HBO relationship in 2000 with the corner. Before creating and serving his head writer and showrunner of the wire. A dazzling drama that is commonly listed as one of the top ten dramas ever. The show ran on HBO from 2002 through 2008. Simon was named a Macarthur fellow in 2010 and has stayed at HBO for numerous other projects, including treme, show me a hero, generation kill, the adaptation of Philip Ross plot against America and deduce.

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What's the Cost of Standing for Biblical Truth?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:05 min | 7 months ago

What's the Cost of Standing for Biblical Truth?

"Ask John Macarthur Jack cibs and these other pastors, are your ties and offerings going up almost every single one of them will say yes. Is your attendance going up every single one will say yes. What is the LA times say about you? Oh, they hate me. That's the cost. The cost of standing for biblical truth is not that your ties and offerings will go down. No, the lord will bless you in this moment. In fact, he's equipping his church with a harvest at this time to be prepared for the battles ahead. No, no, no. The cost, the only cost at the time is that you might have disagreement, and you might have bad names thrown at you. Now for some pastors, that's a big deal. In fact, most pastors are intimidated and get into a posture of retreat. The second type of pastor is the pastor that is cowardly or weak. I'm not going to say any names here at this conference. You guys can all fill it in. But these are the passwords that say, hey, we're not talked about these issues here at our church. I don't care about the future of the country. I don't really care about what's going to happen to America, not my role. I'm just going to preach the gospel and that's it. I'm all for preaching the gospel, everybody. But if we don't stand for liberty, we're going to be preaching the gospel and we're all going to be having a prison ministry pretty soon. And that's not an exaggeration.

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Pastor Jack Hibbs Discusses Reverse Engineering and the Bible

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:44 min | 8 months ago

Pastor Jack Hibbs Discusses Reverse Engineering and the Bible

"Let's approach it this way, Charlie. Let's talk about reverse engineering. If you look today, if the most heartened skeptic of all that we're talking about is listening or watching right now. Reverse thinking would be this way. The issues in the topics that we're dealing with right now, what is trending? What is being debated? What is being argued? What preempts this very dialog today is the Bible. The Bible told us in advance that these would be the topics of the day as we approach the coming of Christ. That has got to be a great, great comfort for the believer and it should be. This is my passion in yours. It should be a wake-up call to those who are saying, you guys are all crazy. Well, you know what? Maybe we're all a little bit goofy. But how about this? The points and topics that were discussing, the Bible said these would be the points that we would be discussing in the last days. Give us some examples of that. Roman chapter one. I think pastor Macarthur touched on it. Where we would be in an age where aberrant sexuality would be the norm that scripture says, would approach a time before Christ returns that every man will do what's right in his own eyes for goodness sakes. We see that statewide throughout this nation of ours regarding the COVID application, whatever seems right to somebody is what they're going to do. The scripture makes it very clear that there's a time which I do believe now is upon us, where apathy is very, very prevalent upon the church. We've got sadly, frankly, too many woke pastors in America that are not speaking the truth. And people will say, no, no, we're all about love. We just preach the gospel. Of course, and so do we. The point is, though, the gospels got feet, we need to go rescue and love

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Jesus Loves Everybody, But That Doesn't Mean He Condones Your Sins

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:46 min | 8 months ago

Jesus Loves Everybody, But That Doesn't Mean He Condones Your Sins

"A recent Arizona Christian university study said that over 40% of young people are either gay bisexual or transgender. So pastor even when I was growing up, we were told that people that are gay are about three to 5% of the population, nothing more. But now that number seems to have increased, it almost seems to be a selective lifestyle choice for some people. Now, this makes some Christians that I mentioned very uncomfortable because they say, well, Jesus loved everybody. Jesus dwelt among the sinners. Can you make sense of that for us? Can you offer some clarity? Because I think there's some confusion of between showing compassion, but also not tolerating sin. Well, Jesus said this, I am come to call the sinners to repentance. He didn't say I'm coming to make them feel good about their sin. But rather to confront and call them to repentance. And Jesus direct attacks on sin by definition are crystal clear, starting with any level of religious hypocrisy and going from there in every direction. But what he was intending to say when he said he came to call sinners to repentance was I really can't offer anything to the self righteous. I can't offer anything to people who won't admit their sinners. So I said, I can't call the righteous quote unquote to repentance because they think they're okay. So unmasking sin in every form is the purpose of Christians in the world so that we can bring them the saving message of

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"macarthur" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:11 min | 8 months ago

"macarthur" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"It seems that the overton window has been changing and moving throughout the last couple of years. To even say that there are only two genders to have a video removed, it's such an extraordinary measure. Now, Apple iPhones, they have emojis of pregnant men. Just talk a little bit about in your many years of ministry, how you've seen this moral decline with it, the gender confusion that is plaguing America. Yeah, you know, I think Charlie, it really is what you see described in the first chapter of Romans. Where were the apostle Paul talks about the wrath of God being revealed and it's cyclical? The way it lays out the wrath of God is revealed from heaven against all ungodliness and unrighteousness of men who hold the truth in unrighteousness. So societies have essentially a certain amount of truth regarding God and righteousness and truth in general and all of that. But because of their desire to rebel against God, they turn away from God, they turn away from his word, and Rome is once as the first thing that happens is God gives them over to sexual immorality to fornication. And then a couple of verses later, it says, and he gives them over to homosexuality. And then the third aspect of this form of wrath God gives them over to a reprobate mind, which in the original means of mind that doesn't function. So when you look at a culture and you see that there has been a sexual revolution followed by a homosexual revolution followed by insanity, you have seen the evidence of that wrath of God unfolding in that culture. And I think it's just part of the obvious insanity and utter irrationality to say men aren't men and women aren't women, which is the most obvious reality in human existence.

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Pastor John MacArthur on Moral Decline and Gender Confusion

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:11 min | 8 months ago

Pastor John MacArthur on Moral Decline and Gender Confusion

"It seems that the overton window has been changing and moving throughout the last couple of years. To even say that there are only two genders to have a video removed, it's such an extraordinary measure. Now, Apple iPhones, they have emojis of pregnant men. Just talk a little bit about in your many years of ministry, how you've seen this moral decline with it, the gender confusion that is plaguing America. Yeah, you know, I think Charlie, it really is what you see described in the first chapter of Romans. Where were the apostle Paul talks about the wrath of God being revealed and it's cyclical? The way it lays out the wrath of God is revealed from heaven against all ungodliness and unrighteousness of men who hold the truth in unrighteousness. So societies have essentially a certain amount of truth regarding God and righteousness and truth in general and all of that. But because of their desire to rebel against God, they turn away from God, they turn away from his word, and Rome is once as the first thing that happens is God gives them over to sexual immorality to fornication. And then a couple of verses later, it says, and he gives them over to homosexuality. And then the third aspect of this form of wrath God gives them over to a reprobate mind, which in the original means of mind that doesn't function. So when you look at a culture and you see that there has been a sexual revolution followed by a homosexual revolution followed by insanity, you have seen the evidence of that wrath of God unfolding in that culture. And I think it's just part of the obvious insanity and utter irrationality to say men aren't men and women aren't women, which is the most obvious reality in human existence.

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YouTube Labels John MacArthur's 'Male and Female' Sermon Hate Speech

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:41 sec | 8 months ago

YouTube Labels John MacArthur's 'Male and Female' Sermon Hate Speech

"Pastor John Macarthur, thank you so much for joining us. Recently, it seems that YouTube labeled one of your sermons as hate speech tell us about that. It was such an extraordinary move. Well, yeah, they labeled it hate speech because I said there are only two genders male and female. That was essentially it, that was over the top. That was not tolerable in our culture, I was actually surprised because I've said far more volatile things than that, many, many times, but you know, I touched the current sacred cow.

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Holocaust Survivor, Scholar Awarded $815,000 Balzan Prize

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

Holocaust Survivor, Scholar Awarded $815,000 Balzan Prize

"An Israeli French American Holocaust survivor and historian and a U. S. scientist specializing in got bacteria are among the recipients of this year's battles and crises recognizing scholarly and scientific achievements Seoul Friedlander was awarded the prize for Holocaust and genocide studies the Pulitzer Prize winner and macarthur fellow eighty eight year old Friedlander has taught widely in the U. S. took Telavi view diversity he was recognized for examining the persecution of all Jews in Europe then beyond the country focus studies that had preceded him I'm for making postal documents acceptable in scholarly practice while Jeffrey Goldman from Washington university in St Louis who's to wilted about St for founding the field of human microbiome research I'm Charles to this month

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"macarthur" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"macarthur" Discussed on KCRW

"MacArthur Foundation, supporting an equitable recovery and the reinvention of systems to create a more just inclusive and resilient world. More information is that Mac found data work. It's 5 46. This is morning edition from NPR News. I'm Rachel Martin and I'm a Martinez. A new NFL season is underway and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have picked up right where they left off the defending Super Bowl champion. Their ageless quarterback Tom Brady won last night's opening game. Tough Dallas Cowboys team 31 to 29 with the last second field gold. Now this rousing start comes as the NFL hopes it can successfully navigate the coronavirus for a second straight year. NPR's sports correspondent Tom Goldman is here to discuss Tom. Let's start with a game. Tom Brady 44 years old, threw four touchdown passes and lead the winning drive in the last 90 Seconds of the game is really anything more to say about this guy that hasn't been said A. You know, I would kind of like to know what his end of the bargain was what he gave up for eternal youth. Uh but but he's kind of tight lipped about personal stuff, so we are left to marvel. And how he keeps going, How at 44. He's playing as if he's still in his prime, physically and mentally, You know, he's 17 Super Bowls more than anyone, and he wants more. There's not a hint that he wants to phase out or take it easy. Even after last night's game, he was telling the person interviewing him. There are things he and his team need to clean up to improve on I mean that hunger to keep going, that I think is unique for someone who has accomplished so much in his profession. Well, he does have 10 fingers so he could use a few more rings. Now, can we just throw it quickly? The performance of Greatest counterpart last night? That's Dallas quarterback Dak Prescott. He came back from a really bad ankle injury. How did he look? He was fantastic, and it was his first game since that brutal injury early last season, he dueled Brady all the way he had three TD passes more than 400. Passing yards. He looked fully healed. And that's great news for NFL fans because Prescott is definitely when the league's exciting players all right now to another pandemic season. First, a little context about last year. The NFL actually got through the season without cancelling a game. How do they do that? You know, with enormous effort strict protocols, which players did a good job, adhering to comprehensive testing, contact, tracing and then flexibility When problems came up, they got through several outbreaks. And in the end, the CDC published a paper on what it learned from the NFL's experience and how Those lessons could apply to the general public, and the paper said the most important steps were the common sense ones. Widespread use of masks, reducing in person meetings, lots of spacing, and it kept that season going, according to NFL dot com 22 games rescheduled, But as you said None were cancelled. All right, So that was then. What about now? What's the approach this season? You know, with fans coming back in large numbers without as many strict mask wearing protocols, and that was obvious in last night's game. There's a lot of attention on vaccines. Some stadiums will require proof of vaccination for fans to get in. And as for the players, the league's not mandating vaccinations, but it's making life harder for those who don't get shots. They have to follow strict health and safety protocols and a policy that got everyone's attention if a game is called off because of an outbreak linked to unvaccinated players and team staff, and that game can't be rescheduled. The team with the outbreak will forfeit the game and be credited with loss. That is pretty tough, but the NFL wants to motivate people here, all right. One more thing, Tom because this is the biggest NFL season of all time. I mean, literally the biggest exactly. The NFL regular season has expanded from 16 to 17 games. More football. A. It was a contentious issue as players worried about the increased risk of injury that worry is still there. But the league in the union are going ahead. It will mean more money for all which many obviously like. It's just one more game for me to win my fantasy Football League. That's NPR's Tom Goldman talking to us about the NFL season top. Thanks a lot. You're welcome. This is morning edition from NPR News. I mean, Martinez and I'm Rachel Martin and I'm Cherry Glazer. And you are listening to KCRW. I'm Matt Gillam on the next. All things considered this Saturday marks.

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"macarthur" Discussed on 5 Minutes in Church History

5 Minutes in Church History

04:55 min | 1 year ago

"macarthur" Discussed on 5 Minutes in Church History

"Welcome back to another episode of five minutes in church history on this episode. We're joined once again with our friend. Dr john macarthur dr macarthur. It's great to see. Thank you so much wonderful to be here. I'm going to give you a little bit of a dream. we're gonna let you go off to a deserted island if no pressures you can set the work aside and you can just read now as you go. What five books would you take with you to. This deserted island This will take you back to a conversation. We had about books. I remember that. Remember that. And i told you at the time that the book that sort of introduced me to puritans was stephen char knocks existence and attributes of god. And i said at the time that i read it that that's a book to be. Read your whole life and our seas favored response to the question. What's the greatest need. Among evangelical greatest into the church is the knowledge of god. i think it's an inexhaustible treasure to go back through that. I would like to have that depending on how long you're gonna leave me there as long as you want okay because it would take me a while to get through that. I have found another book. That has been an incredible treasure to me. Obviously i'd have a bible but and that is treasury of scripture knowledge which is basically a list of bible verses categorized around the same idea in verse not the same word like concordance. But the same idea so you read while we were yet. Enemies christ died for us and it lists all the scriptures where that similar notion is considered in scripture and it allows you to move through the scripture single author inspired inspired and tie everything together and i'll always felt for me i am so desirous of seeing the big picture of how everything comes together so treasury of scripture knowledge would be another one and what a what a rich resource that is right that perhaps many in the current generation coming up aren't aware of so thank you know. Well yeah and i mentioned that. Also because. I don't know how long i'm going to be there. And that's an inexhaustible again with the bible that and jarnac that's that's pretty inexhaustible you just have a one way ticket to just call when you want us to come pick you up okay. I'm trying to think about theology. And i think i would stash some of edwards in theology. I don't know that you could pin me down on exactly. What but i think he brings forward the puritans and also adds new dimensions of richness in theology that i don't know that anybody's really improved on since him. Well we'll let you take the two volumes and as a bonus. I'll even let you take along your dear friend. He had murray's biography of edwards. So you can have all of those as your third that that would keep me happy for a long time and your fourth book. Now you're pressing on me i will. I will give an ode to my friend john piper. He has a new book on providence. And i need to take it. Because i'm only one hundred fifty pages in at six hundred fifty pages long and so far it's it's it's a treasure of scripture what it is is a basically a biblical theology. There are a lot of ways you can do biblical theology. There are a lot of themes you can use to drive through scripture themes of redemption or the kingdom or whatever but he takes as you would expect for the sake of the name for the sake of the name for the sake of the name for the glory of his name for the praise of the glory of his grace and everything connects from genesis to revelation for the sake of the name for the glory of his grace and he has all the scriptures linked together. All the way through as i said. I'm one hundred fifty pages in and i'm loving it. So i gotta take it so i could finish it. And that leaves you one more. And that's That's a little bit difficult. I don't know maybe those four would do me for a while. Since you gave me three of edwards we'll count those as as worthy of two okay. Well we're going to leave. You be now you can enjoy these books and i just want to thank you again for spending this time with us and reminding us of these great books. Both from the churches passed from the church's present as welcomes. Well thank you for sharing those books with us. Enjoy your time there. I'm steve nicholson. Thanks for joining us for five minutes in churches..

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"macarthur" Discussed on 5 Minutes in Church History

5 Minutes in Church History

04:55 min | 1 year ago

"macarthur" Discussed on 5 Minutes in Church History

"Welcome back to another episode. Five minutes in church history. It's really my pleasure to have a special guest on our program and that is our friend. Dr john macarthur dr macarthur. It's really good to see you. It's an honor steve. Thank you for writing as we look over the mount everest of church. History luther calvin edwards. I'll even throw in spurgeon which one figure besides those. Do you find intriguing. An inspiring that maybe sometimes gets a little overlooked. That's a little bit difficult. But i guess i have to land on for this occasion. New john hus. Obviously i would love to talk about tindale wickliffe. Because of the commitment they made to the word of god but hus- stands out because of the fact that he's one hundred years or so ahead of luther. Luther is highly influenced by us by what hus- took issue with namely the indulgences. Of course but but i just think the story of hustle so amazing. He's basically coming out of a town called hudson neck which means goose and he is a priest like everybody else in the clergy but he comes to the conviction that christ is the head of the church. And not the pope which is revolutionary. So he's not only attacking indulgences and calling for other reforms in the church but he's striking at the head of the whole system. The pope he had been appointed because it was such a gifted preacher to preach at the bethlehem. Church in prague. He began to do something that you weren't allowed to do. He began to preach in the people's language so that he wasn't just mumbling in latin. And he was preaching the word of god and was basically violating all the protocols. He was politically incorrect. So they threw him out of the pulpit. He went out into the countryside and he would preach in the countryside as well and at the time that he was excommunicated. He began to think about the church. And that's when he wrote. I think ecclesia which is document on the church and he really began. I think in the direction of luther to reform the church. It was even later. Luther found some of his papers and was enamored with everything he had written. But hus- Was so against the grain that eventually he was taken to constance and the bishop of constant sentenced him to death and he was burnt at the stake for his convictions. As you've been as you've been talking. This really is everything. Luther was about against indulgences against this papacy in the system the hierarchy preaching for us in the czech language luther. German haas introduces congregational. Singing as luther does. But hus- does all this one hundred years before. Luther and without frederick the wise yeah with without the political of political protection and protection. Yeah the interesting thing. And i think i'm correct in saying this that when hus died there was some statement that he is prepared to make. You may kill the goose but there will come a swan. Yes in him. You will not be able to kill. So that's why. When you see some of that mediaeval art that depicts. Luther has got a swan in the background because luther was that swan that if indeed he actually said that there was a swan. That was none of martin. Luther he did. He even mentioned one hundred years from now now. The only thing that i think keeps this from being a true prophecy is if it said a wild boar. We'll cup but he calls vendor. That's right i'm not sure. Luther was very swan like no. That isn't the animal you think of martin. Luther wasn't luther ordained at erfurt. He was and when he was ordained he was lying on the crypt literally had to head to go prostrate on the ground in his ordination and he was lying on the crypt of the bishop of constance. The very grave of the bishop who had killed hus. And you know what are said about that right. He said that when husaid. There's coming a swan. The bishop of constant said over my dead body so it was and so it was well. Thank you for sharing this story of this true. 'bout everest from church history. John hus and thank you for reminding us of that great joke. And i'm steve nichols and thanks for joining us for five minutes in church history..

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"macarthur" Discussed on Alt.Pop.Repeat

Alt.Pop.Repeat

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"macarthur" Discussed on Alt.Pop.Repeat

"It's something that you're hearing on your end. Well i think so. There's been sort of the promise of bitcoin for many many years. But i don't think we've seen it really come into play in a significant way in the mainstream world. I think one of the issues that we have especially when you talk about. Financial services is government oversight In terms of how these businesses are structured in the regulations that they have in bitcoin kind of throws a lot of that out the window in many ways so I'm not definitely not a bitcoin expert. I would just say that I believe that corporations do today wield enormous amount of power. Perhaps even too much power. Do i believe that is possible for people to rise up and sort of you know. Overthrow that power I think it's probably unlikely. But i do think that we have to get our heads out of the sand. Start to realize what's going on in the world and then i go right back to social media and start to blame the algorithms for sucking us into sitting on our feeds for hours on end looking at pretty pictures of things that i honestly could care less about and yet i'm sucked into that world as well so this is this is a fear that i have and not to get too deep but i think we need more women who have very loud voices and who come together and try to shape the world in different new and exciting ways and yet at the same time i feel like women are the ones who are the most susceptible to this messaging around what we should be spending our money on how we should be spending our time. And it's all driven around this narrative of of perfection and beauty that could potentially be destructive to a future. that really needs voices at play. I do worry that if we are not if we don't have good top down leadership when it comes to the organizations or even just functionally the organizational structures or the people who are in power to help ensure that the divers stories are being heard than other people will be robbed of those experiences that i had that helped shape me into the person that i am today. Which has confidence relatively compton. Christie does not always so bizarre. Yeah i mean accepting of other people's stories like quite happily can sit and listen to somebody chat about something that i don't necessarily agree with and trying in understand more of the world no i i think you're right and i think also there's this tendency to put women into a box right like either you have to be you know mine lists and just focus on beauty..

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How Octavia Butler Used Science Fiction to Address Social Injustice

Encyclopedia Womannica

02:18 min | 1 year ago

How Octavia Butler Used Science Fiction to Address Social Injustice

"For some science. Fiction is way to escape problems. In the real world for octavia via science. Fiction was away to shine a light on those problems. She used other worlds to examine real human experiences and address issues facing humanity. Her works touch on the environment race. Theory black feminism queer theory and disability studies. She was a pioneer in the development of africa. Future azam octavia had a powerful certainty and drive in her writing career evidenced in the archives of her work at the huntington library she wrote. I shall be bestselling writer. And i will find the way to do this. So be it. See to it. She was right octavia won many awards including the nineteen eighty four hugo award for best short story and hugo award for best novel. Let in nineteen ninety-five. She received a genius grant from the macarthur foundation. Becoming the first science fiction writer to do so with this grant. She was able to buy a house for her mother and herself. In two thousand five octavia was awarded a place in chicago state. University's international black writers hall of fame by that point. Her books had been translated into at least ten languages selling more than one million copies a year later. In two thousand six octavia died after taking a fall in her washington home. She was fifty eight years old. Since her death octavia butler's writing has become even more popular. Her work is featured on college campuses and there are plans for some of her stories to be adapted for film and television one of her books parable of the sower feels particularly prescient. Set in the twenty twenties. Parable of the sower is based in a world that's largely collapsed due to climate change class inequality in corporate greed. In her work octavia exposed flaws of this world by creating others her uncanny ability to see understand and reveal deep-seated problems continues to inspire and provoke readers today

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"macarthur" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:51 min | 1 year ago

"macarthur" Discussed on KQED Radio

"MacArthur Foundation, supporting creative people and effective institutions committed to building a more just verdant and peaceful world. More information, is it, Mac found that organ And by the listeners of KQED. It's morning edition from NPR News. I'm Rachel Martin and I'm Steve Inskeep, master of none returns on Sunday. It's an Emmy winning serious by Netflix. The third season centers on a character played by Lena Wave, who is also the writer and producer. Our TV critic Eric Deggans says. This is a change in focus with an off screen backstory as master of nuns. Third season begins. Lena Waits character, Denise is on a serious role. Her first book has become a New York Times bestseller, allowing her to buy a cozy home in the book Colic area outside of New York City, and she's married to Alicia, a smart, playful partner with a pension for odd pillow talk in bed time. To save my life. Would you lik someone's open every day for the rest of your life? How old are you in this like it starts from now, like 34 for the rest of our lives. Still, there are signs of trouble. Denise caught up in her new fame often ignores Alicia when Alicia reminds Denise that she promised months ago that they would start talking now about having a baby. Denise has excuses like I wasn't a New York Times bestselling author. I didn't Think I'd be working on the second book right now. I don't want you to say that. I know you're going to say it's just know you're gonna say Let's wait you they don't want to wait another year. You see what I'm saying? There's nobody's gonna say, but I was gonna say, Let's wait until the dust settles. What follows is a pensive, deliberate exploration of how their relationship is buffeted by their decision to have a baby. Along the way. The show talks about failure, self obsession and the mass we often wear in relationships. But this compelling creative story comes with an asterisk because this new season and the focus on Denise's character comes three years after co creator Aziz I'm sorry, was accused of sexual misconduct by a woman who said he repeatedly pressured her into sexual acts on their only date. When the allegations were made public in an online article, I'm sorry, issued a statement saying he was quote, surprised and concerned. And in his 2019 stand up special for Netflix. Aziz Ansari right now he went a little further and ultimately I just felt terrible. This person felt this way and after here, so I just hope it was a step forward Move. Things forward for me made me think about a lot. I pulled by become a better person. Most of Master of Nonce first two seasons focused on Ansari's character, hapless actor slash TV host Dev Shah searching for great food and romance in New York and Italy. Changing an entire season's focus to Denise When I'm sorry, hasn't fully addressed. The implications of this scandal publicly feels like a bit of a Dodge. And when death shows up in this new season, bringing a girlfriend to Denise and Alicia's house on Lee to get in the brutal verbal fight with her, the ghost of Ansari's past looms again. Talking with Denise Dev admits he's stuck in a dead end job missing the days when his career was on track. He used to have it so good run around New York doing whatever we wanted. I'm fun. Every day I never realized how good at sounds like something and sorry himself could say Written by Ansari and wait and directed by Ansari, Master of Nuns, third season is loaded with wonderful moments. It's tough to describe much without spoiling important plot turns the British actor Nye Omi. AKI is particularly wonderful as Alicia, bringing a grounded determination to our struggles with fertility while building the life she wants for herself. I only wish this season could stand on its own. Apart from the residual ambivalence over co creator who has never fully explained himself America Deggans It's morning edition from NPR News. I'm Steve Inskeep, and I'm Rachel Martin. Stay with us. We've got the California report up next first, though. We're checking the roads. Jack Faris is in for Joe McConnell today, and we're heading to the ultimate past this time. We certainly are new accident for you. Unfortunately, 5 80 westbound right it grant Line Road. No details at the moment, But I can tell you traffic slow all the way back from the two of five interchange down in San Jose What North bound, tapping the brakes from too weighty up to Oakland Road outside of that, For the most part, Knock on wood. Looks like we're dealing with a Friday light. Situation right now. I'm Jack Fares for KQED. All right, thanks, Jack. Traffic support comes from Lucky and Lucky. California of.

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Columbus Reaches $10M Settlement for Family of Andre Hill

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

Columbus Reaches $10M Settlement for Family of Andre Hill

"The city of Columbus Ohio will pay a ten million dollar settlement to the family of a black man who was fatally shot by police in December forty seven year old entree kill was fatally shot just days before Christmas as he emerged from a friend's garage holding only a cellphone then officer Adam Corey who has since been fired and charged with murder was investigating a nonemergency complaint about a car in addition to the ten million dollar settlement Jim frequented by hill will be renamed in his honor attorney Ben Crump says the family is applauding city leadership for demonstrating that hill's life matters but the police department remains under scrutiny for other fatal shootings including last month's death of sixteen year old macarthur Bryant I'm Jackie Quinn

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Several South Florida Cities Brace For Spring Breaker Influx As Miami Beach Curfew Takes Effect

Sean Hannity

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Several South Florida Cities Brace For Spring Breaker Influx As Miami Beach Curfew Takes Effect

"Several South Florida cities are bracing for possible influx of spring break party years. His Miami beaches. Emergency curfew takes effect tonight in a pre emptive strike against problems. Fort Lauderdale's beefing up police patrols just in case rowdy Spring break crowd said north with Miami Beach is eight p.m. curfew in effect tonight through Sunday. We're not sure if that quite a crowd is gonna migrate up to Fort Lauderdale. Nonetheless, we have enhanced our law enforcement activities and our present. Mayor Dean Trantalis says they will not tolerate unruly crowds. Extra officers are also on hand in Wynwood. Miami Beach will shut down the eastbound lanes of MacArthur, Julia Tuttle and Venetian causeways attend tonight. Wendi Grossman News Radio's 16. The Buro

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Miami Beach Extends Spring Break Curfew Through April 12, Fort Lauderdale beefs up security

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Miami Beach Extends Spring Break Curfew Through April 12, Fort Lauderdale beefs up security

"Tonight tonight in in the the entertainment entertainment district district along along Ocean Ocean Drive, Drive, Miami Miami Beach Beach Mayor Mayor Dan Dan Gelber, Gelber, extending extending the the eight eight p.m. p.m. to to six six a.m. a.m. curfew curfew every every Thursday Thursday through through Sunday. Sunday. Till April 12 to try and get a handle on the rowdy crowds and parties of a very difficult moment that we have to get through. There is also a 10 PM shut down of the eastbound lanes of the MacArthur, Julia Tuttle and Venetian causeways. Miami police are beefing up patrols in Wynwood and Fort Lauderdale. Police are putting more cops on the ground since spring break, parties are expected to spread. Because of restrictions in Miami. Some inmates at the Miami Dade pre trial

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Miami Beach, Overwhelmed by Spring Break, Extends Emergency Curfew

Rush Limbaugh

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Miami Beach, Overwhelmed by Spring Break, Extends Emergency Curfew

"Patrols were spreading from South Beach as spring break crowds relocate. Miami police are moving toward Winwood for Lauderdale police of more officers as spring break crews are expected to expand thanks to restrictions in Miami Beach Mayor Dan Gilbert says Rest assured they have a handle on this. We don't accept this, which we don't. We're dealing with it, which we are and it's gonna be over soon. Beach remains under a state of emergency within eight p.m. curfew. When the entertainment district Thursday through Sunday until April 12th. There's also a 10 PM shutdown of the eastbound lanes of the MacArthur, Julia Tuttle and Venetian causeways. Wendi

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Spring crowds, fights spark new Miami curfew

South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

Spring crowds, fights spark new Miami curfew

"20,000 Beach is extending miles curfews through all to three curb North rowdy American spring countries. break crowds. Royal Caribbean NBC's is planning Kerry Sanders some summer is cruises. there with details. The company says Spring ships break Miami will sail Beach from 2021 the Bahamas where starting the rules in are June. definitely The different Centers for this Disease year. A curfew Control has is not going yet to remain approved in effect sailing now from U. until S ports. April, Royal 12 Caribbean says all adult passengers City of will Miami have Beach to have had had to declare their covert a state of 19 emergency vaccinations. Saturday night Negative because covert of test the wild will be required large for crowds. anyone under Police 18. had to use pepper Nestle balls is against coffee division groups of has partiers done well since to get the pandemic them to disperse. started After as more the people curfew made their went coffee into at home. effect, Now, the company and is it was hoping a nightmare to keep its coffee for commuters, business going the city strong. had to As shut the pandemic down three winds main down, causeways. the parent of the That Nespresso left many and Nescafe, stuck a brands in their cars will be rolling along out the more MacArthur touchless Causeway. machines For for hours, offices. That can the be interim controlled city manager by apologized smartphone and again back to you, the Jimi. closures will be in effect All through right. Thanks April. very much. And 12th. make your coffee by

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How Los Angeles church leader John MacArthur loves the Bible but not his neighbor

The Bible Says What!?

02:58 min | 1 year ago

How Los Angeles church leader John MacArthur loves the Bible but not his neighbor

"Thanks for coming on and joining me today. for the pastor says what are new segments. We're going to start talking about how john macarthur loves the bible but not his neighbor. This article was written by rick. Pidcock and it's a very interesting article. Don watch tells a little bit more about john. Yes john we referred to him as johnny mack. Talk around here on our show a couple of times he is a. He's kind of the go to one of the go-to voices in the evangelical world. So he started his church out in los angeles late sixty s. I believe was sixty nine around there but And he's it seems like each one of these guys they have a And and they beat on it and to get their you know their their moment in the sun and his thing is at has been covert here. Lately i i had not heard of him before this. Apparently he is a lot wasn't on my radar. Covid is the The hill he wants to literally die on in has been forcefully trying to have what he refers to as protests which is actually church services. Correct in-person no. No regards to like there was a twenty five percent capacity rule. New regards to that. So no social distancing new no masks and rating. It was like yeah. We're like that was his big thing. Was we're having church and nobody social distancing. Nobody's wearing a mask and if you know. It was like celebrating their ignorance. I don't really egg me even ignorance because they do. They know unwilling to accept but the article was actually was written in july Of last year. And it talks about. And i looked up a couple of talked about in the article at that time in los angeles when he was being shut down and he was. You know this was his chance to scream persecution. There were one hundred and seventy three thousand nine hundred ninety five hundred round up five hundred seventy four thousand cases and forty three hundred and sixty deaths in los angeles county los angeles county alone today. I looked at the Wha what's what's happening and since that article referenced. Those numbers were as of july twenty seventh as of today the number of cases for los angeles county is one point one one million and the deaths is sixteen thousand six hundred forty seven.

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Vague location hampered 911 dispatch in Capital Crescent Trail fatality, Washington DC

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:56 sec | 1 year ago

Vague location hampered 911 dispatch in Capital Crescent Trail fatality, Washington DC

"In the news again. This time it surrounds a vague location that slowed down and emergency response to the capital Crescent Trail. It took more than 30 minutes for the first responders. Find the victim. The call to the 911 Center on January, 19th was for an emergency on the capital Crescent Trail Cardiac arrest have the crescent trail and now wrote no flesh. Across from Canal role in my golf bag full of all what? Canal Road in MacArthur Boulevard never intersect there. Parallel safety advocate Dave stat. Er says D C. 911 should have known that they didn't say to d. C fire DEA mess. We're still trying to get more information for you because we know there's not enough help in the information we've provided so far, Source tells w. T o p. The caller reported. The older victim wasn't on the trail, but in a campsite far off it and it probably Died overnight. The Lord can

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"macarthur" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"macarthur" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"MacArthur Park and which doll lineman, But even as all this was happening, the pop charts were actually turning into the Rock and roll charts. You see Justus, Jimmy Webb. Songs and arrangements were in the most demand. Harder music. Was starting to take over by groups like Led Zeppelin and Iron Butterfly. And so Jimmy wrote music for a few movies How sweet it is, Tell them Willie Boy's here. The Brooklyn Bridge did record his song worst That could happen in 1969. Maybe it's the best place to come out about. The baby was hard on you, but it's no word back could happen. Art Garfunkel had a hit with Web song. All I know 1973 missed me too. Now, like all songwriters, Jimmy also wanted to be recording artist in his own right. Most of his albums failed, even in 1977 when he asked the Beatles producer George Martin to work with him. That album won praise, but it really didn't deliver any hits. Well, at least not for Jimmy Webb. One song recorded on That album was then performed by Willy Whelan, Johnny Cash And Kris Kristofferson, and they liked the song so much they named their country's supergroup after it the highwayman. Was a highway man.

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Interview With Lisa DeLuca, IBM

Green Connections Radio - Insights on Innovation, Sustainability, Clean Energy, Leadership, Entrepreneurship, and Careers w Top Leaders, Women

04:34 min | 1 year ago

Interview With Lisa DeLuca, IBM

"I'd like you to meet lisa. Seacat deluca director of emerging solutions. In a i in a distinguished engineer at ibm if she has a way long title. But i'm not even gonna try to wait through but maybe show tell us. Basically she's innovating ibm's digital technologies but we're gonna find out exactly how she's doing this. Here's the insane part. Lisa holds five hundred patents have been issued and has another two hundred or so patent pending coma. God they even include patents related to electric vehicle charging in tracking the amount of time spent on your mobile phone. I don't know if. I wanna know that information but anyway. She's a proud member of the ibm women. Inventors community act. As i said the most prolific female inventor in ibm history with four children. I don't know we'll be here all day if i read all her credentials. So you'll just read about it. The show notes and we're gonna go on welcome. Greek cactus radio. we saw. thank you for joining us. Thanks for having me it welcome. You're welcome so i'm gonna jump right in. How do you come up with your ideas. Take us a little bit into your thinking process. All great ideas stem from a really good problem right. There's problems all around us. Beer people complaining all the time but the really good problems are the ones that you're hearing consistently especially when it's related or coming from a client need those problems in starting to think. How can i solve this in a way. That nobody else has thought of before removes. They've thought of it a little bit but we can take it a step further. That's where great ideas come from. So is it like you are wrestling with the client problem in you. Come up with another way to do it. Or is it like the proverbial woman who can't find the kind of baby food that she wants for her kids so she decides to try to make it in your kitchen and all of her friends ask for because they like it you know fell because we all definitely both the a little bit of both. I hear you right. It's i definitely have a lot of inventions. That are just my own personal needs as a mom as a human being as a consumer. That's playing with products and then also from my day job right. So you gave me a great introduction. But i oversee our weather business which includes aviation so. There's a lot of problems that are coming up from general business users and what we're doing so it's been really fun to have a little bit of both wow weather climate. Oh my god. There's so much we need. So i bet you are working with noah ash lab ozanich and atmospheric administration of the us government. I am sure our weather businesses somewhere they have the national weather service national weather service sends their data to the weather. Humans we see on tv and get mad out when they're wrong and it's your point about. Climate change is really hard nowadays to predict the weather. And that's one of the things that we're facing as you know you're you've seen so many times during the news just this year. How many hurricanes are coming through. And it's it's definitely been a fun challenge to think through how we can position our solution than our technologies to do better prediction. You know it's interesting Before we move on there's two interviews i did. You might wanna listen to allow. I've interviewed three hundred people's. Nah i think they're cool. They're all inventor. Type created the mentors but two of them are women who just won the macarthur genius award for coming up with cool new ways to measure climate impact. One was a different way to measure sea level rise and the other was scientific way to help leverage culture to change people's behavior so they take better care of their land for climate mitigation but getting to the human behavior part and leveraging culture to do it. She's in micronesia. She's an american. She's on assignment. Micronesia's really it's really great andrea dutton and stacey jupiter. Okay really cool. You just want macarthur. Genius mice search for your finance. So you're an inventor to me you're innovate right. So having defined innovation disruptive there's incremental juba definition. What he work from. Yes so for me. I get most excited about the idea of contributing to a larger society right and so all of our ideas when one person comes up with a great idea it allows all of us as humans to build off of it and come up with the next great thing so for me. It doesn't matter how small it is right. It doesn't all have to be life changing ideas. Small little things can eventually lead to those big

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"macarthur" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

08:15 min | 2 years ago

"macarthur" Discussed on KQED Radio

"MacArthur fellow. Coming up. We remember dancer and choreographer Marge champion who died two weeks ago at age 101. This is fresh air. This is fresh air. Next. We're going to remember the dancer and choreographer Marge champion. She died two weeks ago at the age of 101. Her New York Times obituary described her as the dancer and choreographer who, with her husband, Gower, epitomized the clean cut All American dance team of Hollywood musicals, Broadway productions and television variety shows of the 19 fifties. Margin. Gower champion danced in the movie musicals Till the Clouds roll by showboat and Lovely to look at In the late fifties, they had their own TV show. Marge learned the dance from her father, a ballet teacher who also taught Shirley Temple, said Cherie's and Gwen Verdon. When champion was a teenager, she was the live action model for snow White in the Disney animated film Snow White and the seven dwarves and for the Dancing hippopotamus in Disney's Fantasia. Terry spoke with Marge Champion in 2001. The year she was in a revival of the Stephen Sondheim musical Follies. Which, of course, Terry asked her about There's a dance that you did in Follies with Donald Sandler called Dance Done More. And I want to read something that Nancy Franklin in The New Yorker wrote about this, and I should explain that. You're dancing. And then a couple that represents your younger counterparts. Dance are ghosts. Yeah, he's there are darling ghosts and they're shadowing your moves. So Nancy Franklin writes the older couple, which which is you and Donald Saddler. The older couple make gravity work in their favour. They danced together as two human beings that is too perfect but easily replaceable instruments. Champion at Sadler, both of whom are in the ballpark of eight e R. Radiant There's something in their eyes that is missing from the youth behind them. When the young man carries his partner off the stage on his shoulder, it's about firm muscles. When champion and Sadler glide off the dance floor, his arm wrapped around her. The counterpoint is deeply moving. He can't carry her off the stage, but he doesn't need to. Their movement expresses their love and support for each other. It's the most romantic moment in the show. I'm wondering if you felt more frustration or pleasure when you were doing the number, frustration at the limitations of your body or pleasure of what your body was able to do in spite of the fact that you're in your eighties. I think it's a combination of both. I'd always must much time in regretting anything because I have been an ex. I've had an extraordinary life. And Ah, actually. It's kind of fun to know that you still can make a dramatic point. Even though you may not be able to do the lifts and spend as a child, you were the live action model for the animated Disney movie Snow White. And for the Dancing Hippo and Disney's Fantasia. What exactly was required of you? Ah, a couple of days a month. I would when I was 14 when I was 15 When I was 16. I went to the studio. And they would show me storyboards. They had very crude. There was 16 millimeter, very hot light so that everything stood out very Strongly, you know, almost in silhouette, sometimes, especially when snow white was running through the forest or doing Anything of that nature. And I I made it up. You know, it was almost like extended play for me. So in part you were responsible for the choreography, But I imagine the animators were also Looking at your anatomy when you danced or moved in a certain way so you could draw it correctly. And well, in some cases, as in Ahh, the part of Fantasia where Louis Hightower, who was my He was a student in my father's school and my partner at that time way danced as the alligator and the hippo and world around and all of that, In some cases, they asked us to wear bathing suits. Which we did. And so they could see more of you anatomically. Yes. And that was the purpose of great deal over even though they translated me to this hilarious hippopotamus with a little ballet skirt, you know? But even after snow white and 37 snow White was released and I was not allowed to have any. Publicity. Because they said that the public would misunderstand. They would think that they traced me. And, frankly, in a sense, they did, but they they were very they would blow up. It was called rotoscoping. They would blow up every frame. Of the 16 millimeter film that they had taken of me. But then the animators would be selective about whether they used it as a guide for their action. Whether they I needed to have it because the skirt flowed after you know, there are all kinds of things that animators you know or not. They're not acquainted with little girls like snow White Some of the movies that you enjoy our champion danced and include Jupiter's Darling three for the show. Give a girl a break. Everything I have is yours. Lovely to look at and showboat. It took a little bit about how dance was filmed in Hollywood in the fifties. One difference between now and then, is that first of all, you you, you more often than not see the whole body dancing. You're not just looking at the feet or just looking at the torso. Seeing the whole body and the takes are so much longer. There isn't like 17 edits in a tent sequence, and, you know, I mean, you just see uninterrupted movement, and then maybe there's an edit. Took a little bit about how how the sequences were filmed and with with the language of the day, Wass. First of all, you had a big rehearsal hall, especially if it was a big number, like smoke gets in your eyes. There were only two people in it. But we had the biggest sound stage of MGM to film that this was in the movie. Lovely to look at, right. And Ah, you had a month to rehearse. And every single thing would be thought out from the viewpoint of not only the camera and what angle you wanted, but also The editor. You had Teo do what they called a master shot with a pre recorded music. And then sometimes it took two days to film these things. In that case, it was Hermes Pan..

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"macarthur" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

Christian Podcast Community

03:45 min | 2 years ago

"macarthur" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

"Jesus crisis regularly scheduled programing. Absolutely, not absolutely not look. It. Kind of ride on the coattails of the elder conversation. People Damore. Tisby people like Dr John MacArthur. So so here's here's how. All of us should identify. As far as where our identity is. Post re-generation. Right, we've being reformed. We believe and know that scripture teaches regeneration proceeds faith. So. After generation our identity is as follows. One. Child. That's it. You are in Christ he is in you that who you identify with first. Second in the Kingdom of God. Amongst the family, of God, the believers, the church, the bride of Christ, which by the way. There is no Jew gentile and slave free male female All are in Christ Christ is in all K two three. As A. Your husband as a woman, you're a wife. Four if you're A. Parent. There's where that is. Then five. Is Not even your ethnicity. I don't even know what five would be to be honest but you see what I'm getting out here it to for for someone who professes to be a child of God. and. Then also professes I am not saying possesses I'm saying professes. To Be a minister of the Gospel. And to continue. To throw this nonsense out. It just gotTa stop man it's just I mean it doesn't listen. He doesn't listen to a false gospel. No, it's a false gospel. It's it's creating division. I was doing some preparing today for I'm just starting to do some training for our company and and one of the things that when you look up the word integrity, one of the synonyms for integrity is unity. So ultimately what he's doing. Is dismantling the integrity of the church. And the Kingdom of God by continuing to spew this this false. Gospel. This anti Christ narrative you know what I noticed. 'cause you sent me this the other day yesterday I think it was and and we had just been talking what maybe last week about how it seems like kind of the racial tension is starting to die down because everyone's focusing on masks and government and things like that will. You know what I think. He noticed it too and he going you know we need to bring the race thing back need to bring the race thing back we gotta keep you know we we we we gotTa Keep Forefront No preach the gospel you know. Let's go back to the elder thing this too. If you're an elder and you hold Jakarta's you probably don't need to be an elder anymore. because. There's no way that you can believe this garbage and still be a faithful minister in Christ's Church and rightly divide his word and rightly shepherd the flock of Christ. I was. Strong. I mean I, I wouldn't. Let's put it this way. But let let me because I I've said this to you offline to so I'll say publicly. I have serious concerns with anyone who would defend your Martine Eric Mason right now..

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"macarthur" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

Christian Podcast Community

05:51 min | 2 years ago

"macarthur" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

"To go on your. abortion mills to stay open liquor stores to stay open I mean etc etc etc but but you're telling. The one you're people cooped up. People have no hope people are depressed more suicides are happening than ever. In who has the the one message of hope? Is The church? The church and then the government's trying to, no, you can't meet indoors. Well, we'll come on guys why Dr MacArthur well, why can't you guys just meet outside? because. Because number one, the government has no authority to be able to to say that. Number two if you look at the facts of what happened with Kobe. Nineteen. based. I'm not minimizing anyone because I've been affected by personally I'm not minimizing the effects of anyone who please hear me if you have been affected by cove nineteen or you know somebody who has died from covid nineteen, my heart goes out to you. I mean we lost Herman Cain right had she has to meet her McCain years ago Super Nice Guy. You know. But when you look at the effects and you look at the numbers. of WHO's dying of what? God the infection rate super high, but the survival rates even higher. So. No. Come on. You gotTA stop because up in the sermon the doctor MacArthur gave that next Sunday, he specifically prayed for governor newsom in the authorities. So No, it's what I find really crazy and we talked about this earlier was that. The the comments have people have left under that article or the conversations that we've had about grace. Meeting. Comes from people that. Didn't actually listen to that sermon 'cause moving in that sermon Dr MacArthur addressed all this and he addressed why their meals and he even he actually said you know. He was for the for a while during the whole quarantine thing he was preaching to an empty room only his. And then little by little, the people started showing US start up their own. On their own. And then. Why? Because people understand that they need that fellowship in the time that we're in? We were created for community. We that's how we were made. We were created to do life with people. In, scripture speaks to that love your neighbor. Scripture speaks to the action that you take and how you do that. So when we when we as a society HAVE BEEN COOPED UP Since the beginning of.

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"macarthur" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

Christian Podcast Community

05:56 min | 2 years ago

"macarthur" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

"Where C O. No, you don't know. No you wouldn't I it's just like voting man voted shepherds in nineteen when when he talked about the letter of second. Timothy and that the the you can't prepare you can't go okay. It's not like you can go to school to learn how to stand up well, kind of. You can't go anywhere and prepare for the persecution. That's GONNA come. Right like that, right you know it's a lifelong study in pursuit of God's Word and submitting in obedience to the commands found in God's word. Consistently dying to self that prepares you for that. and. and. That's the whole reason. Paul wrote. To his young son and the faith because Timothy had an issue with with standing firm, he had an issue with his confidence in that way. And I was reading I'm reading ashamed of the Gospel reading that and Incredible Book and Shame to the Gospel when churches becomes like the world and Dr MacArthur points out in their. If you notice a few different passages of scripture aright starting with I timothy. Four one. Okay you see that the pulses this but the spirit explicitly says that in the later times, some will fall away from the faith. Paying attention to deceitful spirits and doctrines of demons. Okay. Apostasy, right. And then a second Timothy Three one, he says, but realized this that in the last days, difficult times will come. And then a second timothy four starting at verse three says for the time will come when they will not endorse sound doctrine. But wanting to have their ears tickled, they will accumulate for themselves teachers in accordance to their own desires and will turn away their ears from the truth and will turn aside to myths. So in the book Dr, mccarthur says notice the progression. The first, the time will come when people will depart from the faith is the second one worn Timothy that dangerous times we're coming for the church. Now, a third one suggests that that the time would come when those end the church. Would not endorse sound doctrine but desire to have their ears tickled. In so Paul's pals riding to warn him stand firm. He..

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03:21 min | 2 years ago

"macarthur" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

"Say. that. If anyone would love to see a picture. Of. A, true man of God. That shows absolute courage. In love then what you do is you get on your phone or your computer or your tablet and you Google Dr John F Macarthur Junior and the first picture that pops up of Dr Macarthur. There you go. So but yeah, man going back to what you just said it's like you're getting people to quote and I I agree with Tom Buck wholeheartedly I love Tom Buck. Yes. Tom Bucks, said it's amazing to see all the evangelical leaders that just a year ago appraising Dr Macarthur for Fifty Years, of Faithful, Ministry of the Word of God there at Grace and have ridden his Co. Tales for years that now refused to stand with him because he saying, no, no, not no not at all, and then they're saying things like well. You know do you really Jonathan Leeman and and marked ever? Do you really want to spend your capital here? We'll look fellas. If you don't stand your ground a- At some point you won't have ground to stand on. The ground will be ripped out from underneath your feet before you know it. and. It just goes to show that Christianity, is on another evangelical Christianity in this country. Has Been for a while but it's sad organizations like nine marks and acts twenty nine specifically. On the downgrade. Here's. Here's one of the things that I don't get right. John MacArthur and the California government. California government is saying you cannot meet although. Although. Those standards don't apply to to you can meet outdoors. You can meet outdoors but but those those standards, they don't apply to like protesters Ernie's thing like that, right? But you have a government saying to a church, you cannot meet. Now. Let's take that back to the reformation. Papacy. Right. Right. The the the kings and Queens of England. were. Against the Protestants for the message they were preaching, they're trying to shut them down. Protests him, but. I mean these people that are that are turning away from John Macarthur not standing with them. They're people some of them seminary presidents? Albert Molar teaching fellows. Like. I said, this was going to be like this is GonNa be like what happens in Marcos but these are these are men that teach on the reformation in the faithfulness of those reformers for standing on scripture sold a script era. And now you have a man, they have they have a personal friend. That is doing that and now they and this this is what it is. What it really is. It's those people that look from afar and say man if push came to shove I'd be the one that stood. No,.

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11:19 min | 2 years ago

"macarthur" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

"Misdemeanor or something like that in the Bible. No absolutely not. It's it's just calling for a total organic unity within the testaments and through the covenants. And so I just thought I point that out here red crazy to do so much that we do so much biblical theology and redemptive historical theology and so But you know the message was really really great and Can't wait to see what else does talk here a conference but you know. Some of those points are points of conflicts among among reformed folks and so. I thought I would talk a little bit about that. So they do for the next next update all right so as we saw in that clip you end up hearing that. Amelio is responding to where he's different disagreeing with some of the things that macarthur had said and this is how it started the conference. So it's like hey let's start off with a bang right immediately. There's re response. It's one way to start a conference. Yeah really all the great fellowship. Now has a topic to talk. Yeah well I guess. Last year's Shepherds Conference the topic was I waited awhile and that was the whole topic of Social Justice and Truth Truth Matters. was I guess go home yet but that was at the end by then everyone was going home next all right so that was that was the clip in its that I had done in entirety. WanNa break this up and deal with different parts of this but if you've been listening especially if you listened to last week and you listen to what you said you listen to what Dr Macarthur said. I hope you noticed. It's like wait. A lot of these guys are saying the same thing. And that's the thing that I want you guys to realize there's a lot of similarity here and there's a lot of talking past each other a lot of times and so we don't WanNa do that And so with that. Let me play this first clip and where he is talking about the critique of Old Testament and New Testament position old testament is unintelligible without the New Testament. And only the New Testament can interpret the best I would just try critique datavision okay. So what he wants to critique and this is the beginning why he's doing. This is the idea that the old or New Testament. Interprets deal now? I think that he actually has a valid point here. And I think I think this is a thing that we need the clarity in how we define things but we hear from a lot of covenant Theologians and again for folks who didn't listen. Go listen to last week's episode where we defined how I used Covenant Theology and Reform Theology. But for the sake of this discussion I am using them kind of interchangeably. Because there's confusion with that but the way it was referred to as Covenant Theology. Some can stick with that the the thing we hear from many covenant Theologians. Is this idea of that. We're supposed to interpret the Old Testament by the New Testament and there's an element. We've already agreed that we do that. Right Bud out of Israel I call my church. What are we going to do? And we're going to interpret that Old Testament by the new but we're interpreting it we're doing is we're interpreting this not completely from old and not completely from new and I think this is what I believe. Emilia's trying to to say is that we that what he does. I don't think he's he's going to sit there and say I'm going to ignore the Old Testament context. I'm just going to look at the New Testament and read that meaning completely in. And that's I think what John Macarthur was also trying to get across but I think when people hear we read the Old Testament from the New Testament with. They hear what they're hearing that what they're interpreting is we read the New Testament into the old and I think Amelia would disagree with it and this is a question that I would have with. Folks is when you use when you use these languages be clear and because I think this is the issue that that many would have. Would you agree with that but I appreciate it? His comments I appreciated his observation You know this is not fisticuffs that he's engaged in here. This is Trying to clarify how he understands this based on what macarthur has posited and he's going to clarify this with the what he explained is the per se reading a scripture. So let's listen to on. That is a thirty second clip covered. Theologians are not saying all that the Old Testament is not clear. We believe in something known as the I say reading of Scriptures per se reading of scripture means that what you get in terms of new testament interpretation is Ashley precisely. What Old Testament teaching? So we're not at all. Are we saying that the new testament sort of bree interprets the Old Testament? Not at all okay. And this is I. Think a straw man argument that some dispensationalist would make against reformed theologians k the Covenant Theologians and. I think that's what Amir's responding to is that when some hear that phrase you interpret the Old Testament by the new testament what they mean or they think it means is you. Don't interpret the Old Testament at all other than by the new. You reject the whole thing and I think Amelia saying no you look at that Old Testament context but when we look at the New Testament it informs us on that Old Testament. So I'm GonNa look at the passage of the Old Testament in its immediate context where it is in the scripture. The grammar the text before the text after it. I'm going to look at the grammar of the text how that's laid out. I'm GONNA look at. It's where it is historically culturally on GonNa look at where it is spiritually. That's Old Testament Times. I'm GonNa look at all those things but then there may get a new testament passage that is giving us more information on that Old Testament passage. Well that's going to be further revelation. Guess what we have that in the Old Testament as well. We have the first five books of Moses but then we get further revelation that gives us more information about those Old Testament books so that is the same principle. This is the principle that we in the last episode of Progressive Revelation as we have more revelation it further informs the previous revelation explained when you have a child and the child is young. You're you're going to teach a child when it comes to electric outlets. No you. Don't explain electricity. Say No bad danger as they get older. You start to explain electricity. You explain what could happen when they get an a degree in electrical engineering. You explain very differently now. You further revelation. Okay when they get the in electrical engineering they explain it to you all the way around but you see that is And this is why in the last episode but I spent time explaining progressive revelation. Because when we see that the revelations progressive it's not a problem with her it's Old Testament to Old Testament or Old Testament to New Testament. We recognize what the text is in. Its context but then we looked through the rest of the progression of scripture to see. Is there more information that we have expounding this old testament passage to give us more information? What we WANNA do though when we do that. And here's the caution with that when we do this we want to make sure that the further revelation that we have is actually dealing with the text or the context of what we're going to too many people will add things in. They read something in from the New Testament into the old. That has nothing to do with each other. The the example I keep giving his out of Egypt I will call my son and we. We know that sued me corona buyers when that was actually it was happening when his preaching on the streets with comfort when it was out shepherd's conference every time. I'd cough like granola bars. So now he's got me doing this. Speaking of Egypt though was that that was not one of the plagues. Now never mind. Go ahead coughing. Were Corona's Corona Corona back. Then now so what you end up seeing in that passage when he sang out of each call my son he's he's referring to Israel and the thing there is. We see the New Testament giving us further revelation. That's not a problem and that is the thing that we just WanNa make sure that we're being clear with because there's a lot of people that are just they're going to misrepresent this this whole thing of well. This is what they really mean by it. Look at any time someone tells you what they mean by something and you think you know better if they correct you and they say no this is this is what I mean by it if you correct them and tell them that you know better than what they mean by what they say. You're wrong just as a general rule. You're wrong people when they know better what they mean by what they say. Okay so I get that all the time when people will be like you know they they they tell me what I mean by something and I said no no. This is what I mean by it and they like. I know this is what you really mean by it like well. You know. Apply that same thing to God. He's given this revelation and when he gave it at the time he gave it it had meaning it had content. He intended them to understand something from it. And it progresses so we we Acknowledged that with God paramount Louis. Than Uh than we do in other other situations. Yeah when you tell me what I mean by what I said. Yeah well I think I think what you meant by. What you said is that you wanted to give me twenty dollars and I appreciate that. Because I'll take that I think is isn't I mean. Isn't that what you heard but say now? Okay so let's look at this. I think we're having some agreement there but I wanNA look at this next shorter clip on th- oral intent in the.

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05:17 min | 2 years ago

"macarthur" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

"I'm sorry it's a shepherd's conference. I tried to work with the audio best. I could so that you wouldn't hear it So much of that background noise. But you're argon here that because of the fact that he's in public he's got a lot of people around. He is not a pulpit. He's he he was outside. And so you'll hear there's water going. Because he's by the fountain you hear people talking so forgive that all right. So here's the clip coveted theologian. Somebody that adheres to a redemptive historical approach to scripture with Macarthur was talking about Covenant Theology having sort of in its permanent Point where the old testament is unintelligible without the New Testament And that only the New Testament can interpret the whole I would just I would just finally critique that position because Luke Hilo genes are not saying at all that the Old Testament is not clear we believe in something known as I say reading of Scriptures per se reading of scripture means data. Why don't you get in terms of New Testament? Interpretation is actually precisely what the Old Testament is. So we're not at all. Are we saying that the new testament sort of read interprets the Old Testament? Not at all. But we're saying the New Testament. All the New Testament does is. It brings to bear in a fuller fashion. The per se reading of scripture meter original intent what the authors actually intended his actually liberalism that teaches that the apostolic interpretation. The Old Testament is something like the re imagining a reinventing Sort of of recasting of the original meaning in order to sort of Comedy Office Stolac interpretation of the events surrounding the life of Jesus that is not at all coveted theology teachers with the simply saying and what redemptive historical permanence teaches. Us IS THAT PUT. The apostles make clear is that there is a unfolding of the Gospel from Old Testament. And what you have in. The Bible is an Inter Test Mental Gospel and Inner Tested Mental Gospel. And that's taught in places like Romans chapter one versus before prescription prescriptive. Chapter fifteen is one to four and in Hebrews Chapter One verses one through four if you remember one hundred four hundred four hundred four in all of the sections what you find. Is You find that. The Apostles saw the one gospel he's preached consistently throughout both estimates. And so it is not as. Old Testament is focused on the realities of these three and that the new testament focused on the realities of the church. That's that's what we would part ways illogically and Herman uniquely what we would say. Is that now? What the New Testament makes clear? Is that all along whether old or needs tested. The One Gospel is applied to and is talking about the one people of God which is the left. And so ironically you're going to be talking about calvinism and the reformation which McArthur did in the message. He spoke Abou the reformers he talked about the danger of Oracle Preaching and allegory which is obviously subscribed to but he also talked about how You know that some of what Covenant Theology Does of Course Replacement Call Replacement Theology. I don't personally. Three o'clock language accurate but Talking about replacement theology and coveted theology again. It often doesn't controversy is always going to boil down to your Israel and the church is real shirts and so for eight feel. Oh can't they're gonNA come from the perspective? There's one people thought the elect of course it's kind of like commonsense if there's the elect at you know that's one group right and so they may have they may be operating under different Sort of titles are identities in terms of historical situations that you find the elect manifested in the nation of Israel. Obviously we're talking about the old covenant but in the New Covenant as the Nation of Israel as an institution sort of fades out of out of view then it definitely becomes more of a New Testament Church of God but it's one people of God really is the manifestation of blacks. And so all I would say is in no way whatsoever is redemptive historical covenant theology terminated in no way is that teaching that You know we have some sort of.

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04:21 min | 2 years ago

"macarthur" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

"I've got like five pages. There's going to be a new blog. Article on striving for Dot Org from. I'm on I wouldn't be surprised if you guys don't read his blog posts every Sunday morning His series come. Let us worship. You're really missing out. Just saying he doesn't excellent writing and he's not going to let you know that. So I'll let you know that Thanks Andrew pressure actually. We both know you're working on one that we're going to do as a podcast probably series that. I'm looking forward to apologize that long. Oh it's GonNa be so good. Are you guys wondering what it is? Well you're going to have to wait just cuckoo. Say What the main topic is sure. This is the rap. Report is not the bud blog. The Bud block but the mud brief so it it has something to do with the sinner's prayer. I've just leave it at that. So you know look forward all right. So let's let's get to this because we probably the definitely the same day that Macarthur preached that message. It almost seemed like it was within an hour or two or three of macarthur preaching that we had someone that did response and we wanNA play the clip. And this is from a pastor in Texas Someone who who I have a great deal respect for it is Amelia. Rama's he is He's a super intelligent guy. He I will admit that. I've clipped this to the five and a half minutes that he refers to specifically addressing what John said in the clip that we played and so in this. Seventeen minute clip that we played macarthur. There's a five minute clip of him responding. A the full clip. I think is of a meal is longer. I've chopped to this but I want to preface. This is he he does. I think the total thing is is maybe twelve minutes and he spends a good portion of the beginning part explaining his respect and love for Macarthur. So he's not a critic he's not someone who's just looking to poke holes. This is a guy who does a lot of study and though I may disagree with some elements of what he says I have the utmost respect for him and so I want that to be cleared. Just like he had the utmost respect for MacArthur but disagrees with MacArthur. I have the utmost respect for a meal Ramos. And you know it's not I don't want anyone listening to if I happen to disagree with him. I don't want anyone thinking that. Oh you guys don't like each other. No Emilian I we get together. We see each other shepherds conference. I love to fellowship with him. He is a wicked smart guy. I always learn from him. His books are excellent well written. So there's there's nothing here that's like Oh let me give dig to him because we disagree and this may be something that you guys need to learn if you think that there has to be if there's disagreement you have to be digging at each other now I can have. I have respect for someone and disagree with him and I would. I would believe knowing. Amelio that he's going to disagree with me but he would have respect for me. He would. He would not sit there and be like all gonNa write him off because you disagree with me. That's not Amelio. Okay if you listen to the full clip. It's on a red grace media on facebook. At least that's where I found it. But if you if you listen to it you're GONNA you're GONNA see. He does the same thing I just did. A giving respect him he does that with Macarthur so this is the way. We should discuss the algae. So here's what I WANNA do. I want to drop in the full clip so that you get to hear the the five and a half minutes that we're GONNA chop up. I want you to hear them in context. Okay so that you can hear everything that he said and then I want to kind of break this up and address of where we disagree and disagreement is fine. We can all get along and yet disagree all right. So let's let me play this clip and then we'll talk about it. The audio quality is from the shepherds conference. He had a mike on him. But you're going to hear people that are all around him..

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08:01 min | 2 years ago

"macarthur" Discussed on Andrew Rappaport's Rapp Report

"Right without the New Testament. We wouldn't know that that quotation is a reference to Christ. There's nothing in the Old Testament texts that tells us that's referring Christ's now that is further revelation. You and I talked about this idea of progressive revelation last episode. Yeah that's progressive revelation and we're getting more information but guess what that does refer to Israel. It doesn't mean that that verse had no meaning until Christ it meant that that did refer to Israel but had a further meaning referring to Christ. And we do see this with scripture. With prophecies that there's a near long-term fulfillment we see things that are within the profits time. Sometimes of here's the here's the near term prophecy and yet it also has a long-term fulfilment that isn't seen until Messiah comes and so. I think that we have to recognize that. This is in play I think that's what you're seeing with with some of this stuff so I think there's going to be the unity there. Excuse me crawl. Let me just start. Rona Corona told the paper. I Well Yeah. I had to stock up on the toilet paper. Yeah just in case you know I I did I complete side no but it was hysterical when this virus started and you know they had a at about the beer because people were thinking it was and they're like you're you don't get this from drinking beer you all right. So here's the thing as we as we look at this and we examine the issues that macarthur was saying with. This is that I think when we come to an old testament text of you that MacArthur would have dispensationalist would have is that. We're going to look at the Old Testament text first and foremost in its immediate context. It's historical setting. It's cultural setting now. The New Testament may give us further revelation of that text. But we wouldn't say that that New Testament interpreted in other words. We're not going to reinterpret the meaning of the text looking at the New Testament looking at Christ. I gave the example last week of Song of songs. Many people will say this is Christ in the church because they have to find Christ in every passage of the scriptures. And when you do that it does change what that book is about. Because it's no longer about a picture of a of the love within marriage. It's the picture of Christ in the Church and so did the did the meaning really have the effect until Christ. Then that book really doesn't you're missing the point. If that's the point of it is Christ then you don't see the point until he comes you and so a dispensational say no we we service in its context. We see about God glorifying marriage now with that we can examine it In light of of Christ coming but we I it as godly marriage and yes. It's has that picture but that's not its purpose and so I think that's where we get to some differences. Yeah I think one of the Notes Ahead I don't know if this is a verbatim quote but Macarthur certainly certainly made this point. Allegorical IX obliterates clarity and that's true and so as we consider scripture as a progressive revelation of God. He's clear at the point where he's revealed. Whatever he's revealed to that point it's capable of being understood that's the benefit of literal historical grammatical But suddenly you throw in this allegory. There is hidden meaning than suddenly. It's not clear anymore. And it becomes no longer objective. It becomes very subjective And that's a dangerous thing and we've seen that play out in church history and recent church history with the emergent moment Year you're relying on subjective interpretations which often and almost always never actually reflect the true meaning of what the Texas giving us and I know that may strike some people because as we say that allegory is GONNA destroy clarity. They think that will allegories the right way to do it. This is what we've seen throughout church history this what we see in scripture. They're going to make the case for and so. There is a place for allegory. We're WANNA be really clear that button are saying. There is a place for allegory. The issue is is. What are the rules? That you apply. This is where I kinda focused. The time on is the rules because I remember many years ago John Blanchard on if you're familiar with an author. He applied as pastor of a church where I was on the Pope Committee and I was the one that was talking to all the men who were applying and I remember talking with him and he ended up realizing that the church even though I'm dispensational the Church was New Covenant Theology and He's Covenant Theology and there's differences there you listen to the last episode to get those differences but what ended up happening is. He was arguing for an allegorical interpretation and the question. I kept asking him. He wouldn't answer is. What are the rules? You apply to know when its littoral in when it's allegory because that's the issue that's really the heart of it if you have no rule that says okay and in this case it's allegory in this case is literal. Then you can make it up as you want to go. Perfect example herald camping. Just anything of Harold. Camping and everything was Harold. Camping is allegory. When he wanted to be he makes everything whatever he wanted to be. Many colts do this. Allegory is the way of taking the word of God and making it. Say anything you want it to say. That's the reason we say that. It destroys clarity now. Does everybody do that. No okay this is the thing most people that argue for an allegorical approach. Don't actually say that everything's allegory. They recognize that. There's things that are not. There's things were Christ considering the door. Yes that's allegory. But there's a whole lot of things that are not allegory. They're not gonNA take it as allegory. They don't suddenly say that Christ being crucified is is an allegory of something else. And this is the thing with within the hermitic that but and I are kind of espousing. The grammatical historical approach would what? I would argue that. A normal interpretation dispensational interpretation. What you end up seeing that is you. You take it. You look at it as literal unless a it's an idiom or be. The context makes it clear. It's allegory if the context is making it clear. It's an allegory. Then you take it as allegory if it's taken as an idiom than it's an idiom but so you're not taking everything absolutely literal but you start with it being literal unless proven otherwise that would be the difference is you need to have some rules to it. Because if you don't have the rules then you can have people using allegorical approach. That can make the Bible. Say anything they want. Okay any other comments that you have on would jump. Arthur said yeah. I've got.

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09:48 min | 2 years ago

"macarthur" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

"More well. Welcome to another edition of the RAP report. I'm am your host Andrew Rappaport and we are finishing up a series. This is kind of like a bonus episode This is something we were doing. A series on the church We basically looked at the definition of the Church through my book. What do we believe you can get that? At striving for turning dot org go to the store that is available there you can also go to. What do we believe Book Dot Com and order your copy? Get all of the teachings that we have there but we did four weeks on the church. And what is the church? And that's really going to be helpful especially last week's episode to understanding we're GonNa have discussed today but what we WANNA do. Today is play. Something from Shepherd's conference is a pastor's conference that I attended bud was absent this year. He was it must have been a sin thing that he didn't attend the Pastor's conference prayer. Can Tell You In that case I don't think that was motivated by sin. But please keep your interest regardless if you're used to presume there's always a need so you absence you got to hear this one because I grabbed it really quick and said Ou. We're GONNA WANNA play this because of the topics that we've been discussing but especially after last week last week but I we talked about this view of covenant. Theology that a lot of people used to get I've had made a Lotta enemies by saying that covenant. Theology comes out of the Roman Catholic Church reformed. Theology is what people believe and people. It's just historical. It's not like a dig on Reformed Theology or Covenant Theology. It's just we use bad terminology. A Lotta Times. All of us do this so I really tried in the last episode to give that historical context and here I think Macarthur does a very similar thing in providing the historical context for four specifically not the the definition of church but the harmful system that we use to interpret scripture. And how this idea that we've been talking about in. The last four episodes plays into that. I think he did an excellent job. And because if you and I were to to chop this up it being like a twenty minute clip we would be here for the next four episodes. They're really the reality is I. Don't think there's anything more to say than letting Macarthur Sade himself so what I WanNa do is actually play. A clip is not the full message. This is it's about a little less than twenty minute clip. Now I will let you know that for the sake of time. What I've done is actually I cut out the the silences in this just so that we can reduce it. It was like a twenty four minute clip that we cut down to seventeen minutes just because we cut out some of the silence so you can get more of the content. So I'm letting you know that up front because there was a little bit of editing done just for silence and you might get some of the applause or laughter. That's that's out of there but the purpose of it is you get the content. He gives an after this. But and I'll come back and we will discuss what you just heard. This is an excellent clip. I mean fifty years of preaching. He has really honed his skills. This is superb. Yeah we listen to this. Actually as we're listening. Anthony texted me because I was inside the auditorium and he. I think he was outside at that time where he was sitting in a different spot and he texted me. Goes man the bombs that Macarthur's dropping he actually said he thinks that this was macarthur's like the beginning of his final salvo. You know that he's he's he wants to go out with a bang and it's like this is the thing that the whole topic that he had was clarity. The clarity scripture. And that's the context of this but it almost seemed like he went off on this twenty minute tangent and if you listen to the full thing when it is released you'll hear that he ends up he's like how much time do I have. Oh I better I better get to. The message is always like he just went off on this tangent with these pastors in but after fifty years you gotta give them that right. Yeah he's he's. He was on target here yes. So here's here's from the Twenty Twenty Shepherds Conference session number one with John MacArthur on the clarity of scripture. Now this is so foundational in a no you know that this is so foundational that the father of lies will stop at nothing in his infernal efforts to counter the clear word of God and a lot of ways that Satan attacks but we're talking about clarity or PERSP- acuity as it's called Satan has many many devices ten years before John was given the revelation ten years before the New Testament. Final Book was inspired and delivered ten years before that a man was born to a pastor. That man's name was March Ian Son of a pastor. He denied the inspiration of scripture. He denied the authority of the Old Testament and parts of the New Testament. He was born even before the New Testament was finished and he became an agent of sate faithful pastors. Even that early fought against that names like Tatelli. Near AENEAS JUSTIN MARTYR CIPRIAN earnestly fought for the Integrity Authority inspiration of scripture in Martian was declared in one forty. Four a heretic and rightly. So you would've thought well. Maybe that was it. Maybe that was. The final victory wasn't because Satan's very subtle and though the early pastures defended the inspiration and authority of scripture valiantly. Satan took another angel. Satan decided to tamper with their maneuverings. There was introduced allegorical Herman. Ix into scripture interpretations call the Alexandrian School. There are very significant names associated with that School Clement. Origen perhaps most prominently of Augustine and just taking your Guston for example. He believed that the Old Testament had four levels of interpretation the superficial and somewhat insignificant interpretation was the literal one. The next one was the allegorical one which was to say that the words did not mean what appeared to mean. They meant something else. But that wasn't the deepest. There was a deeper yet level of interpretation that he called the moral and as if that wasn't enough he went four deep to what he called the mystical. The consequence of that was the obliteration of any hope of interpreting. The Old Testament accurate so while they had won the battle over inspiration. Authority lost the battle over her maneuverings and now whatever the ultimate meant was in total chaos and it seems so spiritual seem so profound seem so mystical all old testament clarity's lost words don't mean what they normally mean. There are hidden meanings bizarre meanings. They're all imported into the text by imagination but faithful pastors also fought back and there was another school of interpreters that rose called the Antioch School. And the most familiar name was John Chrysanthemum. And you can be thankful for him. He believed in the literal historical grammatical method of Bible. Interpretation he disdained all those four levels and said the Bible means exactly what it means. Literally historically grammatically good news is by the time you get to the reformation. Luther has bought into that and more importantly John. Calvin this is an interesting thing. Took the theology of Augustine the New Testament sociology of Augustine and married it to the Herman Unix of Saas them and came up with the reformed faith allegorical obliterate clarity they totally obscure the clear word of God so many pastors through the ages have been confused. They rejected the church largely rejected the allegorical method. But they couldn't flight get past the fact that they had been so influenced about some deeper meaning of the Old Testament. They decided this pretty pretty universally that the Old Testament was to be interpreted by the New Testament that the old testament was subordinate to the new testament that the old testament could only be understood by the New Testament and the idea was established through the centuries by the Medieval Church and it today of course into Roman Catholicism. It was Thomas. The coyness born in twelve twenty five. Who said the clarity of scriptures interpretation can only be delivered by a later revelation? Okay so let's set allegory. Aside say that's the victory but the clarity of scripture. The meaning of scripture can only be delivered by a later generation by a later revelation so the Old Testament is subject to interpretation by the New Testament. So then you ask. What about the New Testament? How are we supposed to interpret the New Testament Roman Catholic answer? The New Testament is interpreted by the church. New Testament is interpreted by the Church listened to the Council of Trent which was.

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