17 Burst results for "Malcolm Mugridge"

"malcolm muggeridge" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:30 min | 3 months ago

"malcolm muggeridge" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Far the most of any news organization Yet the war in Ukraine renewed questions of whether a Pulitzer won by the times 90 years ago this month should be returned NPR's David folk and flick reports There is one name in the annals of 20th century American reporting that summons pretty much uniform contempt Walter duranty and he is the personification of evil in journalism Oksana piaski is a native of Ukraine she came to this country as a child refugee in 1950 He is one that formulated these lies So we think he was like the originator of fake news The British born Walter durante covered Russia in the 1920s and 30s Then as now an autocrats decrees led to mass deaths of Ukrainian civilians and he relied on misinformation to cover it up There was no social media no Twitter no Internet so foreign correspondents were among the only ones who could get news out but they were censored and often threatened Durant was The New York Times as man in Moscow as the line went with a cushy apartment in which to entertain and a reputation as a leading authority on the Soviet Union Durant he had staked his name on the idea that Joseph Stalin was the strong leader that communist country needed In return Durant won rare interviews with Stalin and wrote glowingly about Stalin and his plans So let's be clear on what those plans led to The deaths of millions by famine Activists from the Communist Party locally and nationally went house to house in Ukrainian towns and villages confiscating food The journalist and scholar and applebaum has written a history of the era she says Stalin sought to bring Ukraine to heal and pay for his big effort to industrialize the nation They took they took gray and they took vegetables they took livestock They took everything that people had Applebaum says Communist Party officials had possible dissidents arrested exiled and killed People ate Mice they ate rats They eat leaves They eat grass There was even some incidences of cannibalism It's thought that between three and 4 million people died She says there's no evidence Durant he was bribed or blackmailed by Russian agents or swayed by the appeal of communism He simply towed the line excusing and rejecting the deadliness of Stalin's rule well past any moment of possible denial A Welsh writer named Gareth Jones reported about the famine after interviewing ordinary Ukrainians as he wandered by foot for 40 miles Again an applebaum Duranty set out to tear him down And he wrote an article saying it was entitled Russians are hungry but not starving And of course at the time he succeeded because he was the famous Walter durante In 1932 Durant was awarded a Pulitzer for his writings about Stalin Even as the famine subsequently unfolded Durant he was unwavering in his defense of Stalin and his policies using approved euphemisms like malnutrition instead of famine Durante also wrote quote to put it brutally you can't make an omelet without breaking some eggs Decades later in 2003 under public pressure the Pulitzer's board conducted a review of Durant and found no concrete evidence of efforts to deceive It decided against withdrawing his award Applebaum is withering on Durant's failings yet she just joined the Pulitzer board this spring and at the moment she reserves judgment on the question of the award Applebaum says it's always fraught to start judging history through the lens of the present Yet she acknowledges even some of Durant's peers in Moscow considered his behavior outrageous He was not only the greatest alarm on the journalist in Moscow but he was the greatest love any journalist that I ever met 50 years of journalism That's the late Malcolm muggeridge He wrote about the famine in 1933 for the Manchester guardian My garage spoke here in 1982 for a documentary I mean there's no question about that I mean anybody were talking to new that there was a terrible family going on and indeed in Moscow itself there was a decided food shortage The New York Times has come under periodic pressure to disavow Durant's work The times nonetheless still list ranty among its Pulitzer winners with a publicly posted essay calling his work discredited and explaining why I asked the paper's next executive editor Joseph Kahn about Durant's award and his legacy I think it was a very very different time and place I mean the notion that you had a single correspondent on his or her own sort of defining take on a major story doesn't feel like the world we live in today Khan says the times has 40 journalists in Ukraine right now and says what it's doing is in some ways making up for the papers past shortcomings Back in 2003 after its formal review then times publisher Arthur salzburger junior said stripping Durant his work of the award would be like airbrushing history something Stalin did Bill Keller had just become the times executive editor of that summer He tells NPR he looks back with some regret I mean I can articulate a case for not revoking the prize And say this is a teachable moment hold the prize out there but surround it with the shame It deserves Which is what the paper and the Pulitzer board have sought to do I can articulate that case but I thought the Pulitzer board's reasoning and not doing away with the prize was pretty lame.

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"malcolm muggeridge" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

04:18 min | 6 months ago

"malcolm muggeridge" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Meanwhile, Walter durante, who is mentioned in that film you just mentioned mister Jones, he received the Pulitzer Prize. And there's been numerous attempts by Ukrainians by many Americans of Ukrainian descent to try to get the New York Times to rescind that Pulitzer and they have refused to do so. I mean, think about that. Folks, again, I recommend the movie, I know, and Jessica Holland had the privilege of doing it. It's hard. It's a hard time. Yeah, it's hard to watch. But I had privilege of spending some time with Holland and look, she knows communism. She's I guess in her 70s now. Brilliant director, brilliant film. It is hard to watch, but it's so real because you think this actually happened. And it's not there's nothing gratuitous. In other words, there are certain films that are just, you know, there's gratuitous stuff. This was just brilliantly done. You have a real glimpse of what it was like. And here was Durant, like many in our media today, Durant was lying. The Soviets gave him. He was the I think the bureau chief for The New York Times in Moscow. And they were giving him women alcohol, a premium apartment. Access to anything that he wanted provided that he continued to carry on the stalinist narrative that everything was wonderful and he continued to lie. And so Durant he denounced Gareth Jones, who was murdered. And he denounced Malcolm muggeridge, both his liars. And a Garrett Jones died telling the truth and Malcolm munger would scream to the top of his lungs to the day that he died, but stalinism was with socialism was. It's a level of evil that most Americans are simply unfamiliar with, and it is why I would argue why the church in America is either dead or ineffective because we act as though this evil doesn't exist. If you don't confront that evil with your faith with the goodness of the God that lives inside you, your faith is largely theoretical. And when I saw the film, I thought to myself, this is, it's astonishing. You have campus crusade crew publishing blog posts about systematic racism and stuff. Not a word about the fact that the media today is suppressing the murder of Uyghur Muslims in China by communists just as they were suppressing news about the murder of the peasants in the Ukraine. Nothing new under the sun, same narrative. Our faith has to speak to that. It has to deal with that, or it's effectively meaningless. We're practically atheists. And so I was just so moved by that film. I thought I had to bring it up because I know you know about it. And of course, you have been to the Ukraine. Many times, I've been there no less than 7 times. I was spoken to many groups there. We adopted our daughter Sasha from there. Ukraine has traditionally been a doormat for invading armies from both the left. Excuse me, but from both the east and the west. And has been the breadbasket of Russia and yet but this is not our war. And this is an effort to try to wag the dog. You know, it's an effort to change the narrative to turn things away from what we now know and suspect it all along that the Clinton campaign and the Department of Justice and the Obama White House were doing. All of this is starting to come out. And so the effort is to shift the narrative away from that. But Eric Clinton, let me say something about our previous conversation that ties into this. The effort to portray people like your mom and dad, like my family members, my father in law. A quiet law abiding man who worked as a laborer for 40 years. These are not, these are not people the truckers, what we're seeing right now. Where's the data showing the truckers is a bunch of radicals a terrorist? Let's.

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"malcolm muggeridge" Discussed on The Loudini Rock and Roll Circus

The Loudini Rock and Roll Circus

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"malcolm muggeridge" Discussed on The Loudini Rock and Roll Circus

"Iraq next greg gig in this guy this rounds out the side one beautiful song sound features music by richard wright and non lexical boko by clare torry. The song began life as a richard great chord progression known variously as the mortality sequence or the religion song during the first half of nineteen seventy two was performed live as a simple organ instrumental fed oregon accompanied by spoken word samples from the bible and snippets of speeches by malcolm muggeridge a british writer known for his conservation conservation. Wow conservative religious views by september. Nineteen seventy two. The lead instruments had been switched to a piano with arrangement very similar to the final form but without vocals and slightly different chord sequence in.

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"malcolm muggeridge" Discussed on Greg Laurie Podcast

Greg Laurie Podcast

19:39 min | 1 year ago

"malcolm muggeridge" Discussed on Greg Laurie Podcast

"We'll see the problem. We'll see the promise. We'll see the people. God chose to bring that promise and finally the proclamation of that good news i. let's identify the problem. This as i said was one of the darkest moments in the history of visual. Everything had gone wrong. That sunk to the lowest of the depths and their economy had completely collapsed. A feminine had swept land and the king was powerless to do anything about it. Things were so bad people were so hungry they were eating. What is identified in the king james version as dove dung. I don't know if you know what that is that would be pigeon poop. Okay what do i say. That's what it was. in fact. Delicacy of this time would have been the head of a donkey. There were so impoverished and so hungry. In fact there was one incident that broke out to women decided to kill in eat their own sons and they struck an agreement that they would eat one boy and one day and the other on the next and so they killed the first boy and they ate him and then the next day the mother of that boy change reminding him and the lady who killed her on the day before was upset and so they went to the king. King this is a right. It's her turn to kill her boy so we can eat them. What are you gonna do about it. And the king couldn't believe this was happening and we read that he ripped his clothes and that was sort of a biblical way of saying usually that you're repenting but he was frustrated. He was angry. So what did he do that. He dropped to his knees and say god. What's wrong. What have we done to bring this calamity upon us. Lord have mercy on us no it king said. Where's that stinking prophet of the lord. Elisha i wanna dead now. What he strikes out at god's representative because they were reaping the consequences of their sinful actions. You see god had withdrawn his blessing from the nation of israel. Why because the attorney to worshipping false gods let me be straight with you idolatry really bothers god a lot now. We don't think it's that big of a deal. I read a poll a while. Back where people sort of assess the ten commandments. And they believed that murdering was the worst thing that you could do and maybe adultery wasn't far behind it but a lot of people said we don't think idolatry is that big of a deal really well. God begs to differ because the first two commandments. Actually deal with the topic of idolatry. Why is that a big deal to god. Because you're not worshiping. God you're going to be worshiping someone or something in his place and all these other actions and sinful activities really are the result of god not being in its proper place in our life. God cares about being number one. I know some people are bothered by that. I read that oprah winfrey once said that she can't worship a jealous god a god that wants our praise her. God would never be that way. Well i don't know about oprah's god but i'll tell you about the god of the bible. Here's a jealous god. And he will not share. His glory with another is a little paranoid. And god's part isn't it over. Is that how you see it. Let me ask you a husbands. How would you feel if your wife was going out with a different guy every night of the week. Are you good with that. Oh it's cool. You're an idiot. How would you feel if your husband had a girlfriend for every day of the week. Well of course you would never accept that because when you enter into a marriage relationship you expect him to be faithful to you and that's what you should expect and the same way when we enter into a relationship with god he expects our feet felicity him he is faithful certainly to us and he says i don't want you to have any other gods performing but the king was worshiping other gods and so this feminine came and so the consequences came but instead of turning to the lord wants to turn on god's servant it's an interesting thing you know people will sin against god the reap the consequences of sinning against god and then they'll get mad at god for letting this happen to them as though he somehow did it to them when in reality got worn them all along. Don't do this or that's so could happen. And then they will also strike out against god's people maybe you'll go up to someone and say you know what this situation that you're in right now a lot of it you brought on yourself if you would just turned from your sin. Who are you to judge me. Who do you think you are you. Perfect not perfect. Not at all. But i just know the word of god. No i don't care cure the word. You know what you're a hypocrite. And you're judgmental. And you're holier than thou in the bible say judge not lest you be judged well yeah the bible does say that. But it's actually tough. I don't care what saying okay. Fine whatever but if you had that happened to you you go to someone even in love and in meekness and try to offer a solution and they get angry at you you know. That just means you're doing your job. Jesus said john fifteen twenty one. The world people of the world hates you because you belong to me for. They don't know god who sent me so when people strike out at you for no reason rejoice. It probably just means you're doing what you ought to be doing. Jesus at a matthew five eleven. Count yourselves blessed every time people put you down or throw you out or speak lies about you to discredit me. What it means is that the truth is too close for comfort and they are uncomfortable. You can eat gladman this happens. Give a cheer. Even though they don't like it i do. God says and all the heavens apply and know that you're in good company because my profits and witnesses have always gone into this kind of trouble. Yes this was coming because of their disobedience because the king couldn't solve it you know a lot of times when we have problems with our economy we expect government to fix it but guess what government can't fix everything. I don't know if government can fix anything in reality. They often make worse. It was ronald reagan that once said and i quote the government's view of the economy could be summed up in a few short phrases if it moves tax it if it keeps moving regulated if it stops moving subsidize it and reagan also said the nine most terrifying words in the english language are. I'm from the government. And i'm here to help. The king was powerless. He didn't have the answers. Because the answers were not economic. The answers were not military. The answers were political. The answers were spiritual they needed to turn to god. And i bring this up because we can't help but see a parallel between their times and ours. It's been said key who refuses to learn from history is forced to repeat its mistakes. Malcolm muggeridge said quote. All new news as old news happening to new people and really all the we see happening. We've seen it happen before and we've seen what can happen if we turn to the lord. Our answer is to turn to the true and living. God the god that yes. We call upon when we founded this country. Don't let anyone engage in revisionism and tell you that. Our country was founded on judeo christian principles. It was founded on the teachings of scripture. I'm not saying that. Every one of our founding fathers was a believer in jesus christ. But i'm saying that respect for the word of god and they invoked name of jesus christ. We didn't build this country on the teachings of islam buddhism or any other religion they were built on the clear teachings of judeo christian ethics more specifically the christian faith. And i think if we will turn back to the true god of the bible the god of abraham isaac and jacob keeble here and he will answer. Master greg laurie. We'll have the second half of his message in just a moment. Whatever you said a letter an email or post a comment on social media we read every word fifteen years ago. I quit using heroin. During that time of two hours every day to the methadone clinic. And with the pastor greg on the radio he changed the way i thought about god and jesus now raising my three teenage daughters in christ the best way i can with god. Thank you so much. It's so great to hear how these lessons. God's word have impacted this man and his family in a few of a story to tell. Why not drop pasture. Reagan email at greg at harvest dot. Org again that's greg at harvest dot. Org today pastor. Greg is pointing out how to call on god and our time of need as we go to second kings chapter seven to the time of elisha the prophet. We see what happens now. Is we turn to our text. Its second kings chapter seven. I'm gonna reverse one nine you and you can read along of course and i'm going to be reading by the way from the new living translation so elijah. The prophet appears on the scene. And he says verse one cure this message from the lord. Here's what the lord says by this time tomorrow. In the markets of samaria five quarts of fine foul will constantly half an ounce of silver ten courts of barley grain lukasz. Only half an ounce of silver the officer assisting the king said to the man of god. This couldn't happen if the lord opened up the windows of heaven. Said you'll see it happen but you will not be able to eat any of it now. The story shifts. There were four men with leprosy sitting at the entrance of the city gates. Why should we sit here waiting to die the ask one another. We'll start with we stay here. We'll start with we go back into the city so we might as well go. And just render to the syrian army if they let us live so much the better but if they killed us well we would have died anyway. So that evening. They went out to the camp of the syrians. But no one was there for the lord had caused a whole army of syria to hear the clatter of speeding jerry. It's and the galloping of horses and the sound of grain army approaching and they said the king of israel is hard kit titan egyptians to attack us and they panicked and fled into the night abandoning their tents or horses donkeys and everything else and they fled for their lives so the leopards arrive at the camp. They went from one to another eating drinking wine carrying out silver and golden clothing in hiding it. Finally they segue each other. Hey this is not right. This is the good news and we're not sharing with anyone if we wait until morning some terrible calamity will certainly fallen us come. Let's go tell the people at the palace come. Let us go and tell the kings house saw so we've already identified the problem it was sent. It was idolatry. It was the fact that is your head abandon god. Here's the promise. The promise was god was going to change. Things likes it. Said that food was going to be a portable the next day and the kings aide says. Well that's not even possible. He says averse to even if the lord open up the windows of heaven that couldn't happen and then elisha shoots back while. I'll tell you what you'll see it happen but you personally will not eat any of it and so here's what it comes down to. This man was unwilling to believe. God's solution and it was a spiritual solution and god told us to call upon him and the day of trouble but this guy saying well not now. We'll work. I just refuse to believe in you know by the way. It's not a bad thing to be skeptical. But i'm belief is different. Unbeliev says i choose to not believe god says in his word no that is simply not true and that's what this man was doing. He was simply full of unbelievable. I'll tell you what hebrews eleven six says. it's impossible to please. God without faith for anyone that comes to kim must believe that he is and as a reward or of those that sincerely seek him. If you want this relationship with god you need to calm. In faith in the bible is replete with stories of men and women who had their lives transformed because they've reached out in believing faith and took god at his word. Will you god can do some pretty amazing things and that brings us to the people that god used to bring the message about. We've looked at the problem. Israel was facing. we've looked at the promise of provision. Who did the lord call to bring this message. To the people he chose four leopards tart for us to understand how significant that was you see a leper was a man or woman who had an incurable disease. There were a person that was experiencing a slow death there. They lost the ability to feel and sense pain and what they had was highly contagious. And so they were quarantine they were isolated and if a leper was out and about the head to cry out to any person coming near them unclean so everyone kept their distance from lepers in fact if you were a leper your only other friends would be fellow up hurts. So let's see. Who can i use a herrell. This betsy i know i'll choose leprous. It's kind of cool. So these lepers going into this camp. And here's how the reason. I think you know lives pretty bad for us. No matter what happens. It can't get much worse. We're gonna die no matter what and we are really hungry. Now if we figure in the wilderness will die but you know. Let's go over to the camp of the syrians. Maybe they'll be sympathetic. Cordis and throw some table scraps and we'll have a meal. Maybe they'll kill us but what does it matter. We're going to die anyway. What are we gonna lose to the governor to the camp of the syrians and not only are they. Not just don't table scraps. The syrians fled. And there's food everywhere. But why did the syrians flee because they heard the noise of an approaching army and the syrian cap. They thought the israelites had hooked up with some allies to drive them out of their camp and so they fled now. This is a great example. Of how god can work both naturally super naturally at the same time because what happened was god super naturally. Third out the syrians with this noise of army. Well what was the noise of the army. What's delusion or at trick by god. No god just allowed the syrians to get a glimpse behind the veil of the spiritual army around us. Right now we have an army of angels and there are also demons president as well if we could see behind the scenes to the supernatural round. And certainly at this very moment reminds frankly probably freak us out a little bit. And we're reminded of that story and second king six were elijah's with his servant and the syrian army is approaching to apprehend and the servant the approaching army. He cries out to the prophet. And he says i'm afraid and a license same and don't be afraid for there are more on our side than there are. There's and then elijah prayed lord openness is it he may see and the lord opened. His servants is him when he looked up. He saw the hillside around. Elijah was filled with horses and chariots of fire. All you see we have more on our side than they have on there. And did you know that. The bible says the angel of the lord in camps around those that fear him and the bible also tells us. Angels are ministering spirits. Centene minister to those who are the heirs of salvation. Hebrews one fourteen. You might say well. I have some pretty big problems other enough angels to go around absolutely because daniel seven ten tells us that there are thousands and thousands of angels. Well over a hundred million angels doing the bidding of god. That ought to do the job. Don't you think so. The lord super naturally cleared out the syrians but then he'd led the lepers. Naturally god worked both openly and secretly in other words in angel of the lord did not come to the lepers and say hey lepers go over. Here there's free food now know. The lord drove all the syrians away. Meanwhile the lepers are just standing up there talking with each other and you know what drove him to that camp hunger as simple as wanting to get a meal. Have you ever found yourself in the middle of the will of god and when you were doing a rather mundane thing. I suggest to you that you might be surprised. Hearing me say this. But i suggest to you that the will of god is not always easy to discern and anyone that says they always know the will of god. I don't think they're being completely honest. I don't always know. The will of god most of my life quite honestly as a christian faith whereby i read scripture. I pray for wisdom i make decisions and act on them and i hope i'm this will i hope that's not a disappointment to you. Thought that every morning god woke me up and spoke to me audibly. Good morning greg. Here's your mission. Should you decide to accept it. One forty-five there will be a man named joe at the gas station pumping gas across the street from harvest christian fellowship your mission to decide to accept it his to share the gospel with him. This message will destruct. And five seconds deemed. Today's today and that was the message destructive. Here's the way it really works. Red zone along in his car. And he's out of gas and the idiot light goes on and greg shows must get gas now. I pull over to the gas station. I'm standing there pumping away and i looked over there. Some guy was. Hey how's it going. Hey how're you doing good. What's your name. Joel camp greg and we started talking all of a sudden realized divine appointment. See that's how it works for me. Most of the time. So we're looking for visions. We're looking for angels and we're looking for pillars of fire audible voices and meanwhile saying you know what i have an opportunity for your right now. If you'll just pay attention he'll lead you both super naturally.

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"malcolm muggeridge" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

The Steve Deace Show

07:10 min | 1 year ago

"malcolm muggeridge" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

"Is easier to detach yourself from if you were a member of the tribulation force in a left behind book than it is to detach yourself away from google seriously point taken. Yeah especially when you do all right. So let's get to this note for theology. Thursday and i and i can't i love how they when they start like this. I've gotten this so often. And i can't tell if it's a compliment or not wasn't a fan originally but i become a huge fan of the show or if that just speaks to the dearth of other options available. And then eventually you just took bobby knights advice and realize i'm just go ahead and and it's inevitable and enjoy it okay Your coverage of krona has been spectacular. You guys help us to help me to reaffirm my anti-fascism chisholm daily. My question for you is if woke. Ism is its own religion and modeled somewhat as a counterfeit format of christianity. Like a you know. A lot of the enemies counterfeits her model. That way right. Okay how would you answer the following questions and mike writes. That's you sent us this note. What do you think makes up the holy trinity of woke them. What are the sacraments of welcome. What are the holy sites what are the prayers refrains uttered by its followers daily. I'd love to hear you hear all of you guys thoughts on these. So let's do a little enemy recon theology thursday showy. Okay all right so if we all agree. This is the most contemporary The most trending denomination or iteration of the spirit of the age religion right now as woke as i'm right in the past might have said it was postmodernism right. But it's woke as right now right. Okay let's take these one by one. What's the holy trinity of welcome and erin since you told me you actually did advance work on this. I'm making you go. I every time. I want to know what aaron with advanced worked. Looks like set your expectations. Low probably still not exceed them. Know that the holy trinity of woke ism is the government the science and the emotion. God the father. God the son god the holy spirit. Fats god the father pre supersedes All in their minds the science as their savior and the emotion in dwells them and controls everything they do. Wow dude. I don't know that i even want to try to answer this question now. 'cause that he's worked out a full-fledged herman erotic try or hermaphroditic on this he's got a hierarchy there okay. I'm even invoked one of my favorites from chesterton when the government removes the god. The government becomes the god right. I mean that's a good answer man but do you think talk. Well i thought about it As well it into truly tap into that which we understand about the trinity and that there's only so we do see through a glass darkly on some level on the three and one one and three and here so that i have the expert the victim and the inner child now the paradox of not being fully understanding of the one in three three three in one one in three here here their version of it is the expert in the inner child they simultaneously. Always tell you how we are the ones who know we are the ones who know but then my truth comes from at a you have these people who are in their forties telling you childish things about their reality that we would never expect from children so they simultaneously have both of those things going on and then the victim is obvious a really important because it absolutely flips christian atonement on its head. We're we're the sinners in christian atonement. We need the victim. That is christ that has got they flip it completely on its head. They are the victims. The people they have been done wrong. Therefore they are the god in in their equation they are the ones that are without blemish. So there's there's a lot of potential there in asking this question more than just kind of a fun run through. I mean because this is this is the white witch in narnia. When she kills aslund she puts on his main. It's so badly and if they don't understand it want to be him. I think your answers really good to in fact. I think your answers can complement one. Another because i hear aaron. Give the Well instead of the westminster confession or the heidelberg catechism. Aaron giving the The the berkeley confection and the harvard catechism high minded with a serious philosophical If you know who are there. Agustin's malcolm muggeridge's You know level of soren kirkegaard level of figures on their side. That's how they would define it academically what he said right but if i went to the spirit of the age you're on the street you kinda gave me the shack version of it so for those of you know by the way you love that book. It's a very well written book. It's also a heresy. Okay it's the whole books. View of the trinity is What's called modal. Ism or the idea. That the trinity lives in mode at a certain time as opposed to all time at once. doesn't mean it's not a well written book even not really a heart warming tale it just. It's extremely well written book. That's why it had to be dealt with someone that that yes just understand that it's wrapped around a heresy. But the but i. When i read the book i couldn't decide if the author meant for it to be a harris not meaning that did the author even know modal ism was or because if you read the book to shack it's clear that that offer co author comes from some kind of a lefty background and then got converted. Is that just his elementary attempt to merge this new orthodoxy that he is he is coming to grips with with his previous intellectual baggage. Malicious misunders yet. Yes because those are two different. Yeah response levels right okay. And so since. I never really understood which it wasn't his case. I didn't like make like rob bell level of event on our show at the time. All right but it is heresy. What he's saying it's just it could be just. He's understands it an error or he is you know pelagia pelagia but That is kind of the shack version of how this would work. If we grabbed the spirit of the age on the street who didn't couldn't formulate because they're critical thinking has been taken away so they could not do the level of depth of explanation that aaron provided. And so they gave you the the man or non binary gendered specific being on the street perspective. They probably relate to what you just said so. Those are great answers. Let's go to the next one. What are the sacraments..

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"malcolm muggeridge" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"malcolm muggeridge" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Bird, which is about eagle, you could make better allowed to protect people of color. And there you have it. Clearly those air completely equivalent one in another. If you can make your federal law, particularly bald eagle. You can make criminal laws. Protecting people of color. I don't understand how the logic works, but okay. And then Ben Crump, the Floyd family attorney who was also invited to this little get together. It's so swell. Have the president Vitaly Floyd family there. Trump came out. And said clearly This entire culture has failed because we have not moved fast enough. Sort of what he would perceive to be police reform. We pray that history can repeat itself and that the death of George Floor will help prepare less toe finally get meaningful, Police report. What would he wish to have happened? The guy who killed George Floyd has been found guilty. Um, what's next after that? What more would he like After that? In order to perceive somehow that the system is actually working. I'm unclear truly But that's the assertion being made. That nothing has been done. Thus we have to do something, and I have just the thing for us to do and I don't know if they're there. That's fine. The president can have those folks over for teeth. You know, for thinking of in their beer, some of the backyard of the White House. It doesn't matter to me, that's perfectly fine. You do have to wonder, though just a little bit. As to If if that was okay. They have Georgia floors family to the White House. Then will he be inviting the family of Police officer David Dorn to the White House next week. Is that Is that in the offing? What do you think the odds are on that one? What do you think? Zero. I suspect Absolute Zero. 410 wcbm 6 80 toll free long distance is 1 800 Wcbm succeeded this email in by the way, talking about the piece by roof of Bruce How Can such a port ideologies be institutionalized and codified in a nation that has sacrificed untold offerings of blood on the battlefield fighting for freedom? We see coming to fruition, the result of decades of creeping indoctrination. This inevitable state of affairs was chronicled by the late Malcolm Muggeridge when he said, it has become abundantly clear and the second half of the 20th century, their Western man has decided to abolish himself. Having wearied of the struggle to be himself, he has created his own boredom. Out of his own athletes, his own impotence. Out of his own erotomania his own vulnerability out of his own strength himself, blowing the trumpet that brings the walls of his own city tumbling down and in a process Of auto genocide, convincing himself that he is too numerous and laboring accordingly, with pill and scalpel and strange to make him fewer in order to be an easier prey for his enemies until the last Having educated himself into in facility and polluted and drugged himself into stupid vacation. He kills over a weary, battered old brontosaurus. And becomes Extinct. Great quote, Tom and thank you very much for that..

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"malcolm muggeridge" Discussed on Word on Wednesday with John Mason

Word on Wednesday with John Mason

08:20 min | 2 years ago

"malcolm muggeridge" Discussed on Word on Wednesday with John Mason

"The world loves to laugh COMEDIANS will have an audience. Yet Jesus says blessed. Are Those who mourn for they will be comforted These words of Jesus secondly attitude and he assem on the Mount are the theme of today's reflection. Let me now read from Psalm one, hundred five. Give, thanks to the Lord call on his name, make known his deeds among the peoples. Seeing to him, sing praises to him tell of all his wonderful works. Gloria and his holy name let the hearts of those who seek the Lord Rejoice. Seek the Lord and his strength seek his presence continually. And now let us pray as nor Jesus has taught. Our Father in Heaven holiday be your name, your kingdom come your will be done on earth as in heaven. Give us today our daily bread. Forgive us our sense as we forgive those who sin against us, lead us not into temptation but deliver us from evil for the Kingdom the power and the glory are yours now and forever I'm in. Andrew Pearson or now latest in further prayer. Prayer for peace. God of the nation's whose kingdom rules overall have mercy on our broken and divided world shed abroad your piece in the hearts of all people and banished from them spirit that makes for. Conflict. So that all races and people may learn to live as members of one family in obedience to your laws through Jesus. Christ alone. Ahmen. A prayer for everyone in need. Oh God creator and preserver of all people. We humbly pray for all sorts and conditions of men and women that you would be pleased to make your way known to them. Your saving power among all nations. We commend to your fatherly goodness all who are in any way afflicted or distressed with any kind of sickness or sorrow anxiety or need Lord. We particularly pray for your comfort for those who are grieved by the loss of loved ones at this time. We pray for the ongoing research into a vaccine and cure for covid nineteen. We. Also pray for the many who are out of work. Give. Wisdom and compassion. Toledo's enabling them to facilitate an effective economic recovery and so provide opportunity for work for everyone. Would we also pray for those who are in physical mental or emotional danger at this time? Father May, it please you to comfort and relieve them according to their AIDS, giving them patients in their sufferings and a happy issue out of all their afflictions all this we ask for the sake of Jesus, Christ, our Lord. I'm in. The, grace of our Lord Jesus Christ and the love of God and the fellowship of the Holy Spirit be with us all evermore man. I reading from the Gospel of Saint Matthew Chapter Five versus three through twelve. Blessed are the poor in spirit for theirs is the Kingdom of Heaven. Blessed. ARE THOSE WHO mourn for? They will be comforted. Blast are the meek for they will inherit the earth. Blessed are those who hunger and thirst for righteousness for they will be filled blessed are the merciful for they will receive mercy. Blessed are the pure in heart for they will see God? Blessed are the Peacemakers for they will be called children of God. Blessed those who are persecuted for Righteousness Sake for theirs Kingdom of Heaven. Blessed. Are you when people revile you and persecute you and utter all kinds of evil against you falsely on my account? Rejoice and be glad for your reward is Great in heaven for in the same way, they persecuted the prophets who were before you. This is the word of the Lord. Thanks be to God. The world loves to laugh. COMEDIANS will always have an audience. People don't like killjoys had ruined the party. It Jesus says blessed to those who mourn for they shall be comforted. He doesn't mean that God's people are always to be gloomy or morose still list as he saying that they ought to wallow in self. Pity. He has in mind that grief we experience when we become aware the purity of God and the reality of the dockside about nature. As the Prophet was keenly aware of this when he sort of vision of the glory of God and the Temple Holy Holy Holy the Angels Sang. He despaired. Wo is me frown lost from a man of unclean lips he said. It's the crime someone who thinking they are good enough for God discovers now not. None of us is. Malcolm Muggeridge form editor of the British Punch magazine wrote the depravity of men and women is at once the most unpopular at all dogmas that the most empirically there are five. pull. The Apostle writes who will rescue me from this body, of death. The Creator occur of one of the criminals crucified with Jesus Echoes The grief Jesus talking about in his. Don't you feel God the dying criminal sent to his colleague. We are punished justly for we are getting out eight. Deserve. Tony teases he said, Jesus remember me when you come into your kingdom. This man was no saint it something about Jesus stood hope within him. Pepsi was the contrast between Jesus Prayer forgiveness historic houses and the anger of his friend. This man new Jesus was innocent. This man's done nothing wrong he said. Today. You'll be with me in paradise Jesus promised. There's another aspect of grief. Grief for the world in. Other not times when we agree over the injustices that human trafficking, the looting and destruction that has accompanied the count protests. or The influence of an incipient Marxism with its anti-god philosophy and schools, universities and the media. Increasingly we see around us a world that is most sight of the reality of God and we weep. Down through the ages gone, people have whipped at the plight of men and women trapped in the darkness of their own Nico. Calvin did so George Whitfield John. Wesley. John Newton William Wilberforce. And the Earl of Shaftesbury. God's people are realists we understand that death is a reality to be faced. We know that scene is unspeakably ugly in the light of God's puberty. We also know that eternity exists and that we're all rushing toward. We understand that God not only exist but has spoken revealing the alternative step will come to pass. Life or death. Pardon. Condemnation..

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"malcolm muggeridge" Discussed on Fusion Patrol

Fusion Patrol

05:53 min | 2 years ago

"malcolm muggeridge" Discussed on Fusion Patrol

"But it seemed to me that the. The subcommittee was stacked in a sense the. positions they took particular elements of the the the the ultimate recommendation is committee the votes it came down to was going to be a weather they should legislate or not whether they should recommend the government. Legislates and the people on the committee were not likely to change. That positional not now so they can. They can. have. A have a debate and in a way reminded me of something like. That Friday night Saturday morning debate with. Malcolm. Muggeridge and the Bishop of Celtic debating John, cleese and Michael Palin. Life of Brian. In the sense that they were they would. They would listening to each other in. Depth that points were made in response to what the other one had said they would. No. Note. No one in it came in. Well known. is. Burns. Reiko who comes into it with an open mind and. And listens and gets to hear liked I. Don't know I. Don't know. I mean. He was an interesting carry too I. Was surprised when he was introduced let you know because he was you said you need no introduction he's pop star and I thought why This panel I didn't know about different should being. Holding own similar panel so Got Surprised me and obviously burns it knocked cliff Richard I. Mean He was Paul McCartney that does his inspiration for being that but but he wasn't. Cliff Richard is a he's a, he's a Christian and. Almost undoubtedly would have come down on the Mary Whitehouse side of things. was much more. Liberal and open minded. Do we know if he did? Did you ever come to that? And that whatever real committee that Cliff Richards was on I didn't get that kind of information. I did I. Don't know anything about it like I said I hadn't. I hadn't even realized that that was the inspiration till I looked. To its yeah an as well. I stumbled across it and looking trying to get the names of the characters and you know there was one of the pages I found gave a brief gave the names in their jobs and. and. It's made like minor notice like this is representative of so and so and this was representative cliff Richard who was on one of these paddles although burns and it does actually say although Bar Burns his character is..

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"malcolm muggeridge" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

07:53 min | 2 years ago

"malcolm muggeridge" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

"All and back to our point about. A government policy that is in fact. Pro Family or at least not discouraging family in this next paragraph father onto thirty four. He explains that many of our leadership. Do not have children and I think that's true in European politics than in American. Politics at there are many heads of state in Europe than have no children of their own and so. How can you expect them to to promote policies that favor the family? Yep Well, then on that same page will all be quoting different paragraphs here. He talks about the priests. But he says. I note with sorrow that some priests of fall into the crude shares of the powerful media. They become dependent on these fours communication some seminarians to. These traps. Instead of building for themselves little by little. Interior cloister that will allow them to be ever more intimately. The president's got interior question. Other appraise right. They waste precious time that ought to be devoted voted with silence. Rare meditated readings God. Television Internet and many other communication technologies monopolize the time. We'll speaking poetic language on the next page. He refers to these things as the thieves of sacred fire Popeye. Wasn't that great? Yet smallest. Completion there the theme of the sacred. You know we want to travel for it. Is it is, but you know we need to own up to our responsibility? Here I mean the media is out there doing what they do. But we're the ones turning it on. Right we we're the ones that need to cultivate the ability to turn it off what I in. We're private right now. We are here we are. Trying to use the airwaves. Internet in a way that will encourage people to up I remember when mother adjusted I you. Very early on we had come to give. Hawk Act Universal San Francisco at the Senior Institute. At that time. We had John Cheer Utah. John Senior, but it'll be. Jen had a mobile truck and brought it out. And, so Johnson began. In, researching should being televised by Jim into John Chinyere looking into the camera. All right. All those who watch television. Here's what I say to you. SMASHER! TV's burn it. Throw it away, never look. Buzzer was not happy Z.. Lecture by John Suter well actually got a Malcolm Muggeridge many years ago. This was an antiquated technology. Now you know old people such as we actually obstinate He said them that he and his wife have had the areas as if they'd had an operation. Followed, so he related to that. The page says. The media are the main opponents of silence. Without silence, reasons and of course, if second book was called the power silence which you haven't read that. That's re to. I think we ought inaugurate a great media faster win. Christians should set the example complete absence from between forty days. Such a practice would have real consequences for our relationship with God also each other. It is chilly, madder civilization. What are we capable of it? I Post a question all Christian readers. Will you dare? Raker digital change. Released forty days per year. That would be a prophetic stance is highly. Could. Watch this show though on youtube otherwise well. I imagine if we started a media campaign to have a media faster in length. And what if we had even let put implicitly out there. Sign the pledge you know. People could sign a pledge that for forty days they would not use the internet or television or anything. You realize what power that would a leash in their lives. And put this back in its place where it belongs one thing I would say hearing this is this is the. Person who sort of quite happy to be? A NEO lot of you know I would say that most people now there's an element of a digital engagement is actually necessary because of work. Most. People can not actually do that work without digesting guidance, so you'd have to eventually distinguish between that, which is directly related to your jaw and earning money, and now just purely recreational. is to the abstinence before recreational digital use right? Reject also even when Tena works with us is the. Founder and mortar organizer of the West Coast for life, which is taking place in Saturday. SHES sister Houston Texas and years ago, not many. It was some kind of a hurricane, or was it flooding whatever Houston and in whole sexy Houston. The power went out. And even such told us all of a sudden people out of the front yards barbecuing. Play ball the because Tristan well. So. I, if you remember father by, thank you and I were both living his neighbors in Florida, during at least one of them, I was down there for two Hamburgers Charlie was one. Body and come wasn't but. The power went out of campus out. Most of April's about two or three days may not pleasant in the summer. Employees don't not have air conditioning, but it is true people going outside, fanged, each other having having barbecues grinning. Know there was this because what else you know to do, there's no other distraction except getting to know each other better I actually. Belly baby threshing. Masher because. I don't think you could test that. Always all not often wash improvements have a positive beneficial aspect to them. But we have to learn to self control and when I should say back in the other way day Joseph before I got to Florida. In the united at big. I tell students they said. You Watch, especially, these you want all I? Don't care many ours. You want as long as you spend much time in prayer as you helvin therefore go ahead. No and I would say the same thing now the time you spend on recreational social media. As much as you want as long as allergies Cherie in watching us. Exactly! What we're quarter to separate appreciate thirty six Joseph. You have something before they entered Vivian. Thirty seven, so you'd. Be To. Me Again as you can see now, people watching these things I cry usually. Would I have left my Lou Gideon village. If I had not had the chance.

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"malcolm muggeridge" Discussed on Cross Examined Official Podcast

Cross Examined Official Podcast

07:20 min | 2 years ago

"malcolm muggeridge" Discussed on Cross Examined Official Podcast

"Does truth exists because you have faith. Does that make this book? Does God exist so when someone says there is no true if you apply the claim to itself what you say is that true. They don't think Christianity Truth. There are talked out of it. You know why because they've never been talked into cross examining skeptical and atheist view. Welcome to cross examine with Dr Frank. Turek Ladies and gentlemen my guest today has been bringing grace and truth all over the world for over forty five years. He's spoken at scores a universities including Harvard Oxford Princeton Yale in the lake he's spoken to the UN congresses parliaments governments the CIA. The White House. He spoke on six continents to every conceivable audiences. Sometimes he's under the watchful eyes of security guards. His ministry has offices all over the world. He's been on CNN. He's been on Fox. He's been several other international broadcasts. He's had a show on our network the National Religious broadcasters network or I don't have enough faith to be an atheist airs. He has three different radio programs that air thousands of stations around the world one of them. You've probably here quite a bit. It's called let my people think on outlets all over the world. He's on top of all that written about twenty five books and of course whatever he writes God reads. He's married with three grown children and they're all involved in ministry. He has grandkids and my guest. Today as most you discovered by now is degrade Dr Ravi Zacharias Ravi. Just wonderful eulogy for our mutual friend and mentor. Dr Norman. Geisler was here when he was here. Now Ravi I gotta ask you. What are you going to start doing something with your life? I mean girl you created this amazing ministry. You're all over the world. Probably two hundred days a year. This is amazing. How have you been well? I've been well Franken. Thank you so much good to be chatting with you for those of you listening. Been an admirer and friend of frank for many many years. I think we actually met through the courtesy of guys learn. My data are goes back and I listened to you. Read your stuff and Very inspired by both your range of thought but also your passion and dedication frank. I hope someday I can start slowing down. I always tell my wife next year And then the invitations mount they just close in and my wife also looks at them and she says you know what as yours are winding down you will have less and less availability. You May as well take it while you can and right while you can. So maybe I if my health remains I'll keep going a few years and then just devote myself to writing and mentoring the team. Well I I said to you at the Eulogy and by the way it was a wonderful service you gave to our mutual friend and mentor. Dr Norman Geisler. You started out by saying we're burying a giant and in fact we did and there's one question that norm is not being asked right now net is. Could you have done more and he answers? No the Guy wrote one hundred twenty nine books and you have written over twenty five books and you're all over the world just continually. I don't know how you do it at seventy three. You were just by Ben Shapiro. That was a wonderful interview. Tell us what that was like with. Ben I was you know. Ben Has a huge following know all over the world. I've received letters from down under Australia New Zealand. Average saved it from Just about any major country you can think of and especially Europe or surprises me that kind of hearing that. He gets out Deborah because Europe is so politically liberal as a rule and philosophically liberal Ben so wonderful host and a very very Thoughtful Thought provoking interviewer. He gives you the time to answer. I would say in the years and years of Interviewing that I've done Ben's been truly one of the finest to ever be with and his whole staff Just comes together to make you feel welcome and not feel on not to feel uneasy and the interview at all. And he knows his stuff. I was commenting because I've listened to your interview with him. I also listen to the one he had with William Lane. Craig in Stephen Meyer. And he knows all the right questions to ask. He knows. Some of the INS and outs of apologetic. Expect him to know so that that was a wonderful interview that you gave Robbie. I think he's very genuine thinker. He sometimes you can very easily ask the right question without even knowing the context where off your speak not so with Ben I think and of course when you read his writings you know. He's done his research because for every paragraph you're right. You have to read hundreds of paragraphs in order to pen that one Algebra ben here he knows the Bible he knows his Hebrew scriptures. He knows the New Testament. How to phrase those questions? But you know never for a moment. I feel intimidated by him. Never for a moment did I feel. It was kind of a Gotcha dying of an interview that I don't think his his goal. I think his goal is to let the buses being interviewed. Speak and listen to make the judge whether the questions have been fairly answered so I loved every minute of being within and after forty some years of doing speaking I think my interview Mr Shapiro. Go back as one of the best hours that I spent talking to somebody So knowledgeable well speaking of Spending some time reading and then being able to right. You've written twenty five books. Your newest book is a devotional called the logic of. I think I'm right now on week. Forty four I'm almost done. It's it's intended to be basically one devotional a week because there's fifty two in there but I wanted to. I couldn't wait. I wanted to read the book in so I'm almost done with it. It's a fabulous devotional. Why did you write this Robbie? Logic of God. I think it's a it's a good question and I'm hoping in the latter years to do a little more devotional writing not in the pattern of a daily or weekly but inspiring thoughts and ideas. I've done a fair bit Run at cultural apologetic philosophical thoughts problem of evil all of those which are very important but they are done much with the idea of addressing the questioner and addressing questions. I want a few be derived a few books on things that have really inspired my life. what has shaped the kind of thinking that I enjoy doing. Why is reading a good essay as nourishing More nourishing than a plate of food sitting in front of you regret writers like Malcolm Muggeridge GCA Chesterton. 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"malcolm muggeridge" Discussed on Cross Examined Official Podcast

Cross Examined Official Podcast

10:01 min | 3 years ago

"malcolm muggeridge" Discussed on Cross Examined Official Podcast

"Does truth exist because you have faith. Does that make this book does God exist so when someone says there is no true if you apply the claim to itself. What should you say is that true? They don't think Christianity through their talked out of it. You know why they're talked out of it because they've never been talked into it. Cross examining skeptical and atheist view welcome to cross examined with Dr Greg Ladies and Gentlemen. My guest today has been bringing grace and truth all over the world for over forty five years he spoke at scores universities including Harvard Oxford Princeton Yale and the like nick. He's spoken to the U._N.. Congress's parliament's governments the CIA the White House he spoken on six continents to every conceivable audience and sometimes he's under the watchful eyes of security guards. His ministry has offices Mrs all over the World He's been on C._N._N.. He's been on Fox. He's been on several other international broadcasts. He's had a show on our network. The National Religious Broadcasters Network where I don't have enough eight to be an atheist airs. He has three different radio programs that Aaron thousands of stations around the world one of them. You've probably hear quite a bit. It's called let my people think it's on outlets all over the world. He's on top of all that written about twenty five books and of course whatever he writes God reads he's married with three. Hey grown children and there are all involved in ministry. He has grandkids and my guest today as most of you have discovered by now is degrade. Dr Ravi Zacharias Ravi just did a wonderful eulogy for our Mutual Friend and mentor Dr Doormen Geisler was here when he was here now <hes> Ravi. I gotta ask you. What are you gonNa Start doing something with your life? I mean you. Are you created this amazing ministry. You're all over the world probably two hundred days a year. This is a amazing. How have you been well? I've been well Franken. Thank you so much good to be chatting with you. <hes> for those of you're listening been admire trend of frank for many many years. I think we actually met through the courtesy of Nomin you guys are my data entry goes back and I listened to you. Read your stuff and are inspired by both your range of thought but also your passion and dedication frank. I hope someday I can start slowing coming down. I always tell my wife next year. <hes> and then the invitations mount they just close in and my wife also looks at them and she says you know what as the years are winding down you will have less and less availability amaze Maysville take it while you can and right while you can so maybe if my health remains I'll keep going for a few years and then just devote myself to writing and mentoring the team well I I said you at the Eulogy and by the way it was a wonderful service you gave to our mutual friend and mentor Dr Norma guys you started out by saying we're burying a giant and in fact we did and there's one question that norm is not being asked right now and net is couldn't you have done more and the answer's no the Guy wrote one hundred twenty nine books and you have written over twenty five books and you're all over the world just continually. I don't know how you do it at seventy three. You were just interviewed by Ben Shapiro. That was a wonderful interview. Tell us what that was like with Ben Well I was Ben has a huge following all over the world. I've received letters from down under Australia. New Zealand undeb received it from <hes> just about any major country you can think of and especially Europe or surprises me kind of hearing that he gets out Deborah 'cause Europe is so politically liberal as a rule and philosophically liberal benzyl wonderful host and a very very thoughtful <hes> thought provoking interviewer he gives you the time to answer I would say in the years and years of interviewing that I've done on Benz Ben Truly one of the finest to ever be with and his whole stuff <hes> just comes together to make you feel welcome and not feel any not to feel uneasy in the interview at all and he knows this stuff. I was commenting commenting because I've listened to your interview with him. I also listened to the one he had with William Lane Craig Stephen Meyer and he knows all the right questions to ask he knows some of the INS and outs of apologetic that I would not expect him to know so that that was a wonderful interview that you gave with Robbie. I think he's a very genuine thinker. He sometimes you can very easily off the right question without even knowing the context aware off your speak not so at Ben I think <hes> and of course when you read his writings you know he's done as research because for every paragraph you're right you have to read hundreds of paragraphs in order to pen that one ben here he knows the Bible he knows his Hebrew scriptures jurors who knows the New Testament out to phrase those questions but you know never for a moment. Did I feel intimidated by him. Never for a moment that I feel it was kind of a Gotcha die of an view that I don't you think is his goal. I think his goal is to let the bus in being interviewed. Speak and let the listen to make the judge whether the questions have been fairly on certain so I loved every minute of being within and after forty some years of doing speaking I I think my interview Mr Shapiro go back as one of the best hours that I spent talking to somebody <hes> so knowledgeable while speaking of <hes> spending some time reading and then being able to write you've written twenty-five Books Berkshire. Newest book is a devotional call the logic of God. I think I'm right now on week forty four. I'm almost done. It's it's intended to be wait basically one devotional week because there's fifty two in there but I wanted to. I couldn't wait. I wanted to read in the book in so I'm almost done with it. It's a fabulous devotional. Why did you write this Robbie logic of God's yeah I think it's a it's a good question and I'm hoping in the latter years to do a little more devotional writing not in the pattern of a daily or weekly but inspiring thoughts and ideas? I've done a fair bit <hes> run at cultural apologetic philosophical thoughts problem of evil all of those which are very important but they're done much more with the idea of addressing the questioner addressing questions. I want to be derived a few books on things that have really inspired my life. <hes> what has shaped the kind of thinking that I enjoy doing why is reading a good essay as nourishing <hes> more nourishing than a plate of food sitting in front of you regret writers like Malcolm Muggeridge GCA Chesterton F._W.. Boerum Aurum beat a craved <hes> James Stewart <hes> Energy Campbell Morgan Biblical writers thoughtful writers those who deal with cultural issues things that have shaped my soul I I wanna do that and and <hes> hopefully in the next few years will get to it nice for the logic of God that came about the from suggestion made by the publisher my good friend Joey Ball whom you may know who's been in the public shaming publishing industry for years he said have you ever thought of doing a devotional book and I said Yes. I Have Joey but I'll tell you what typical books are. Devotional books are one every day and I'm not at kind of a thinker. I like to think deep. I have liked to think long. I like to revisit those thoughts. Seve I'm getting it right and so I had originally proposed we call the book thank God it's Monday and do it every Monday morning and just reflect on some very profound issues and then move on the following Monday but they didn't like the title of it they changed it to the logic of God based on one of the key essays on the paradigm that <hes> God's thoughts on matters that have been revealed to us in his word word and across history so they they called it. The logic of God and I enjoyed doing it together but my research assistant Danielle was ski in pulling together some of my writings over the years to complete this manuscript excellent well there are so many great nuggets of thought in there that you do go deep on and we're going to go through some of them as this program unfolds ladies and gentlemen. I'm talking to Ravi Zacharias. I'm sure many even know who Ravi is by the way Ravi before we go oh to break in about thirty or so seconds you learned a quite a bit from Dr Norman Geisler. Where did you learn from him was a trinity Yes sir? I was a student of his at Trinity. What was called Trinity Evangelical Seminary Kennedy School in the seven days can console as the dean of that time and <hes> Harry Evans and then succeeded by cannot Myra as a ahead of that institute great professors there Dr Guys Lo was my professor of philosophy philosophy religion religion and politics so that's where I got to meet him.

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"malcolm muggeridge" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"malcolm muggeridge" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Did you miss what happened on the Joe Piscopo show live stream catcher you too dot com slash A. M. nine seventy the answer actually I'm talking to Ravi Zacharias arrive you said the Malcolm Muggeridge was a great influence on you literally last night I popped in a DVD that I got either from eBay or something Malcolm Malcolm Muggeridge talking about the lives and remember the title of it but the but the lives of six people I think Pascal's in Augusta and and it ends with Bon Hafer Tolstoy whatever and I watch the one on Bon Hoffer and it was made in nineteen seventy four and it was extraordinary thing because the first time I had ever seen Bon Hafiz fiance on film probably the last time I'll see on film but she's interviewed this would have been seventy four three years before her very early death from cancer but I was marveling as I watch the documentary at what I ought to have known and probably did know but but his facility with language and I thought my goodness I need to go back and read Muggeridge because apart from Chesterton as you mentioned that there's usually nobody quite like Malcolm Muggeridge and and many people don't know who he is just like young people haven't heard of my my hero and friend Chuck Colson you think Malcolm Muggeridge is worthy of of reading but what I mean I assume you met him yes I did yeah only one still when I would visit is home and Roberts ridge in England I was actually speaking at some meetings I quoted him two or three times and somebody came from the audience and so do know that our Christian lives just down the road I said no I didn't he said would you like to meet them I said are you kidding me he said no would you I said it would be a dream come true next day I had lunch with Malcolm and Kitty.

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"malcolm muggeridge" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"malcolm muggeridge" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"In the media on the danger yeah what the ID gaped was all about yeah how'd manipulate yeah so I would say Malcolm Muggeridge was the number one person that probably because of the way he articulated it was more a social tourist I would say I were immoral I want them to catch up but I want to come back and talk more about Malcolm Muggeridge and about Chester ten with Ravi Zacharias stick around the album is and it's time that we heard about what Janice has to say about religion boxers of relief act on this program that works for me I talk about all the time let's hear from somebody else hears Janice I was skeptical at first but because of the pain that I was having when I would die substitute teach and have to climb stairs so I have lower back hip and even knee pain and after about three weeks I found that I could climb stairs pain free but it wasn't only pain free I could do it step over step with that out hold on the railing I'm really happy it makes me feel like I'm young again I love stories well look I've I've talked to so many people have had this experience I told you that I've had that because of this experience relief factor dot com is the website for nineteen ninety five by the way the reason it's so popular is very cheap you take this stuff it's all botanicals within three weeks you will know if it works for you sometimes it in three days you'll know or in a day but I'm saying give it three weeks really factor uptown really factor dot com hi this is rob Rasmussen of best hot grill dot com we make the solaire infrared grills with one of the largest offerings of grills and accessories are mini anywhere and everywhere portables are perfect for tailgating and growing on the go our best selling twenty seven excel is the convergence of price and size the thirty six inches the size most often specified by kitchen designers and the celebrity six inch is the largest all infrared grill on the market the Stiller makes accessories like grills and.

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"malcolm muggeridge" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"malcolm muggeridge" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"The gate if you don't shut the gate the critters going to follow you and wreck your whole walk to say nothing but the farm and so he takes the frog please shut the gate and he weaves beautiful the notion of memory and its profitability but also the pain that it can bring and then ultimately he will take you to the verse Paul says forgetting those things which are behind I press towards the mark for the prize of the high calling which is in Christ Jesus forum had that way of taking thoughts and then anchoring it at the end so I did an essay borrowing that title how do you cover the past regrets for the present and the future then there's essays on problem of pain suffering you know how do you how do you answer that question of meaning the question of finding transitional moments in life so it takes various questions that we have brings it into a devotional for the day and then there are discussion questions and it can be done as a group two hi and those ideas were all Jonathan's actually I did the writing and so I was very happy that we could right I guess I'm pretty lucky to have them as a publisher certainly that's that that's very interesting in in in in these conversations the name CS Lewis keeps popping into my mind he has to have had at least some influence on your life because we I guess most people think of him as somehow the premier apologist of the twentieth century to what extent did he influence you Lewis influenced me a lot but not as much as one might imagine of all people I think there were a couple of writers that really influenced me and that could be Malcolm Muggeridge and JK Chester TA Muggeridge is ability to turn a phrase you know when he wrote on almost anything for example is book the end of Christendom which is a slender volume on Pascal yeah absolutely brilliant he wrote one called Christ.

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"malcolm muggeridge" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

06:18 min | 3 years ago

"malcolm muggeridge" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Your taxes show. We're talking about Dietrich Bon Hoffer, actually more. Specifically, we're talking about Belova fair of his life. With Maria fund veta- Myer. There is a new book just out came out June ninth my dearest Dietrich is the title. Amanda Barrett is the author in the studio Amand again. Thank you so much for being here. This is awesome. It's so fun. It's fun for me because it's so rare, I get to talk to someone who's in love with the same subject, which I'm in love. And you've gone deeper than I obviously, in researching Maria, invaded Myers, life, and it is amazing to even hear things from you that I didn't know what is it? When you say that you knew you wanted to be a writer from such an early age what, what writers have influenced you what writers, do you love to read? I love a lot of classic authors. So I love Charlotte bronze. Hey, I love. Charles Dickens, and I love American poetry from like the eighteen hundreds and I love. I like a lot of contemporary authors to Kristin Hannah is one of my favorite author. She wrote a book called the Nightingale, which is also set in World War Two very beautiful. I also authors like CS Lewis. And of course, I love a Dietrich bond Hoffer. He is one of my favorites. It's amazing because he it's funny a lot of his the very difficult. But then when you read his letters and his diaries. You really encounter the man and that's what I try to get across in my book, because sometimes people get gummed up with the gene. They forget that there was a, a living breathing human being. And now we know human being who had this beautiful love affair with this, beautiful woman, you right? When you say that her family Marie family were devout Christians really devout Christians of bone offers family Dietrich's family. Obviously, we're not devout Christians. I mean, his mother perhaps, and that side of the family, but the rest of the family not and you in writing about her rife, do you get into her her faith, because it's unclear to me where her faith went I, it seems to me that she drifted toward the end of her life somewhat. But what did you discover? Well, she was always very passionate about causes. And so she's very passionate about helping the refugees when she moved to America, and I believe she did continue in her fate. I was actually able to speak to in the nineteen sixties. Lived in eastern, Connecticut. And I was able to speak to. The man who is now a Bishop, who officiated over her church. And so he shared with me, his memories of Maria in the nineteen sixties. And that was absolutely incredible to be able to hear from him his views on her till his name. His name is Bishop kind of Kiner Kim. Kim candidates extrordinary someone who remembers her from those those as I know it's so bizarre to think that she lived in Connecticut and Massachusetts. And she, obviously went to college over here. I can't remember Wellesley or holyoke academy. She attended Bryn Mawr. She got her master's in mathematics. Yeah. And it's interesting too, that she came that she left Germany at such a young age. I always wondered did you discover that that was maybe because of the pain of losing Dietrich or what led her all the way across the ocean when her whole family, our whole world was in Germany. Well, she got a scholarship to Bryn warr, and she was very she wanted to get this degree in mathematics, and she wanted to pursue this future, and she was doing what so many people did after the war, and that was. Picking up the pieces of their shattered lives and trying to piece them together as best as they could. And that's I believe what a lot of her life was. And she was a wonderful mother to her two sons pollen Christopher. She was married twice that sadly, both of those marriages did end in divorce. But I was able to read a lot of people's memories of her that are included in love letters, and they spoke of her her compassion, her kindness, but also her strength. They said Maria was a woman who could get a job done. Yeah. You get an impression. She ran was at bell and Howell, she had a big job. You know, she was really remarkable, especially at that time for women to be leading department at, at a company like that. So yes, she was a formidable figure, but and you can't help but wonder what was she like eighteen nineteen and twenty one one Dietrich knew her. And what must it have been like for her? When she discovered that, that she lost him, do you have any record of that? When, when she knew what had happened well, actually in nineteen seventy four she didn't interview with Malcolm Muggeridge for his third testament documentary hold on whenever I hear something like this. I just wanna fall on the floor. I cannot believe I did not know this. That is bad research on the part of Eric Metaxas. That is amazing. I really I'm so embarrassed in thrilled at the same time that I've got to look. So tell us what's in that. So it's a it's a few minute interview with Malcolm, and she was so reticent when it came to speaking about Dietrich because he meant so much to her because she lost him. And so, in the interview, she shares what it was like to walk to Flossenburg concentration camp on foot and only be told Dietrich is not here. But he what he wasn't there, but then he would be there in April, and what was amazing to me is the emotion. Her. Voice thirty years since she known him how the look in her eyes, you know, you really can tell a lot about a person by her is. And what I saw Marie as ISIS. I watched that provided such emotional thumb Dacian for me to infuse in her characters. I wrote the story. And I, basically I teared up while watching it because it was still I have the copy of the book that third testament by Malcolm Muggeridge, but I do not I did not know that there was a filmed documentary. I am just amazed to learn this Abraham beco- is in it. He was interviewed so as Renata, and it was really it was an hour long, and it was very well done. I mean, they had scenes, I think I filmed at table, Malcolm was there at Taegu sitting in Dietrich subtle, and I am just stunned and thrilled. This is nothing more wonderful than learning something like that, first of all realizing how ignorant you are. And then quickly pivoting in saying, yes, I have something to look forward to. This is the seven, so I think we're out of time. We're gonna be right back with more. The book is my dearest,.

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"malcolm muggeridge" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

09:12 min | 3 years ago

"malcolm muggeridge" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Of celebrities and served as a personal photographer for Saint Teresa of Calcutta. So you got inspired. This still seems that building a business and photography would have a great deal of uncertainty attached to it. How did you go about getting started from a business standpoint who helped you along the way who help you think through all of that? Well, I have to say it does involve a lot of faith. And it involves a lot of blind faith, Tom in regard to taking that step forward and being immersed in that sort of inspiration to always go forward and to continually finding personal projects. I have to say with all of us that can be called in some ways successful. It always comes as a result of other people. And I was very fortunate when I was twenty one years old to meet Frank Sinatra, and I met him just by chance and a small theater over in Saint Carlos called the circle star theater about six years later. I ended up doing photography for him. And he used to love telling stories backstage, and he would often times tell me say kid live. Each day as if it's your last because one day, you'll be right now when I was in my twenties, I felt like well, I'm only one bad picture away from being dumped in the bay with cement shoes. But he was very kind and he ended up. Introducing me to a lot of his friends, and I ended up doing a lot of photographing a lot of musicians some of the rat pack, and certainly some friends like Ella. Fitzgerald lies Manelli. Paul Anka, the list goes on and on and I really site Sinatra being somebody who was very instrumental in terms of bringing me forward in the business and introducing me to his friends if he'd like to he was very loyal, and very helpful. In fact, one of his daughter said in his lifetime. I think he gave away about a billion dollars in charity in his not in his name. He always kinda kept his name out of it. But I would say that he was probably the most instrumental as a young person getting started. And then it was really my inspiration to seek out individuals. That were changing the world that were making. Difference in the world that really inspired me. And that really led me to meeting Mother Teresa. This is Tom Laura. You're listening to the mentors radio show. We're speaking with Michael copy one of our nation's must treasured assets and preeminent, photographers. So you're on this journey. Frank Sinatra really put you up on the radar screen. And you said you then I'm going to ask questions. So how does it work with commissions some somebody now seeking you? They just call you up and say like to have you take my picture or? Yeah. I think over at Safeway. Make it work all of those ways. In fact, I think it's the best thing for a young business person is word of mouth, and once you get a reputation of taking a picture of somebody than the word spreads. And I think in the early years even to this day. I don't have an agent representing me. It's really word of mouth. It's it's one by one somebody says something, you know, it's actually a smaller kind of world than we all think. But I think it was it was mostly recommendations that led me to other people and certainly inspiration. Again, you can go back to sort of our path our path in life. Spiritually based that leads you to certain people that change your life. So now somebody calls you up they want you to do a picture. What is the process you? Go spend time with them a day to take three days. What does it take before you finally get them to sit down and start shooting? Or did you take a lotta pictures over time? But it just depends. You know, I feel that I can pretty much take a a portrait within moments. And in fact, you lose somebody if it's goes too long. There are people out there that like being photographed I think for most of us, including myself, we don't like being photographed. So it's it's a challenge. And I think to make that process very easy to make it very personal as you know, it is a personal kind of process one on one. I'm not I don't consider myself to be necessarily a photo journalist. I enjoy that process of taking a portrait of somebody which means to really sit down face to face and getting to know that person. And it goes back to some of the early things that Richard avid on. On top me in regard to certainly in our digital age. You know, we're oftentimes behind the camera. I think as often as we can to be able to put that camera on a tripod. So that we can be face to face with the subject the results would be far better because they'd be much more realistic. So you reminded me of my my children who didn't like to add before to graft a lot they say oh dad, you could do it again. That's right now that they have children. I think they have a cameras one of their appendages they wherever they go. They're taking pictures. I mean, it's kind of funny how the whole thing evolves. But what I'll have to do next time. Take a tripod when I shouldn't tell him. I wanna. Put the cell phone on a unattractive. So you've been you've been out. Thinking about people you want to photograph and one of them was Mother Teresa, how did you meet Mother Theresa? How did that story of all? Well, I saw a movie when I was in high school. I went to a local high school here Serra high school over in San Mateo. And I saw movie called something beautiful for God. That was done by Malcolm, Muggeridge that very much inspired me to know more about her at that time in nineteen seventy six it was before she won the Nobel peace prize. It was before she really was world famous, but she was famous enough to be out there on film and books. So I really immersed myself to find out more about her five or six years later. I heard she was coming to the cathedral speak. I had friends that worked for the archdiocese that said they'd leave a seat up front. So I ended up walking in late. I went down through the basement of the cathedral. And as soon as I went down through the basement stairs. She was right in front of me walked up to me as if we were meant to meet and invited me to come back to her house. The next morning. To see her particular mission her novitiate that she was establishing in San Francisco. And as soon as I rang the doorbell she said, I'm so happy you're here because you're gonna drive me around to my appointments today. So that's how we got to know each other. So when you met her what was the first thing that struck you about her presence. Well, I would say that first of all physically she was quite small. She was about four foot eleven had very large hands and misshapen feet in Dole's that almost look like tree roots. Very warm penetrating is greenish blue eyes that were quite penetrating, very lovely, and laughing and funny and incredibly personable, I really noticed immediately Tom that humility that she possessed and that ability to see the face of God and people that she encountered in her life. Being completely selfless. And she. I mean, one of the things that I I've seen her a number of videos and everything and she was a. To me. She's a great story for people that seek power and money in this world because she was one of the most powerful people in the world when she passed away. That she owned nothing. That's right. And she ran on. All she does is run a not all but she had her sisters. That's right. That is to me. The amazing story about Mother Teresa incredible. It was that combination of deep conviction and deep humility, and it was truly going back to love at the center of her particular existence. She never saw herself as a social worker. She saw herself as being the spouse of Jesus, and she was going to spread that particular love throughout the world. And it didn't matter what religious person she was in front of whether it was the Hindu Muslim didn't matter what religious conviction that individual had. She was going to spread love to the world and through that individual. I once asked her did she ever get tired of the suffering that she encountered and the individuals who are suffering. And she said, you know, I can only love one person at a time. I can only serve one person at a time. So that's how I go about doing my work one by one. So there's great lessons for all of us, regardless of our walk. Of life. We we're gonna take a break. And when we return we're gonna continue with Michael copy, one of our nation's premium portrait, photographers as he shares lessons learned from working with saints.

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"malcolm muggeridge" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

06:43 min | 3 years ago

"malcolm muggeridge" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Socrates in the city presentation of my interview with Thomas Howard about his book chance or the dance heavily. Bon Hoffer talks about cheap, grace famously. He talks business idea that you can miss apprehend the idea of grace and treated as though it's nothing when in fact, it costs the blood of God the death of God. So that we could have this grace. And so the point he seems to be making is that if you do not respond in exalting way filled with gratitude to do anything you can to be closer to this. God who has done this for you? Then clearly you're not even aware that he's done it for you. Which is to say you have not apprehended the grace. And so the grace is not yours because to apprehend it is naturally to have to respond to want to feed the poor and to help people and to serve God. In other words to wanna make God happy by blessing his creatures. And and so so again, it's kind of a conundrum the idea of grades. But it gets closer to what you're saying gracious. The usual. Maybe the easy off the cuff notion of grace. It's well you mean. Can I get a freebie UP? Well, in one sense profound. The is a freebie. You can't make it yourself, and your, however, there's gonna be blood, sweat, and tears if you will there may be on route to their I mean crossing the desert or rowing your way across the north sear what whatever metaphor you one. It's it's not going to be easy. However, it's gonna be it's gonna be exactly analogous to athletic training or anything like that. You know, you're not gonna be able to one hundred yard dash in nothing flat without some sweat some. Back here in the afternoons. Practice since. Well, I saw photo in the other room earlier of you with Malcolm Muggeridge, he was in was he in this house or in the house, but you spend time with him. He's spent time with us. I guess he stayed with us for a while. He wasn't it. Stay with you forever. A lot of people won't know who he is. And of course, a lot of people will say, wow, you spend time with Malcolm Muggeridge Muggeridge is particularly interesting character. Do you? Remember, how you came to know him or can you can you tell our audience who he was if loveless were here she gone backstage. He was a he was a journalist doesn't do him Justice. No. I mean, he was he was a figure during the twentieth century British. A celebrated journalist is celebrated man of letters yet. We can say elevated matter butters funny. I was gonna say funny as hell funniest heaven. I mean, he didn't know at its punch. He probably was the editor. Punch as he wasn't something was wrong. But I suspect he was probably when he spent days, or we, you know, we spent the whole time laughing. You know that was after obviously after he'd become a Christian and after he'd become probably wasn't that. Yeah. Yeah. I don't think we know him before he was a believer. Yeah. Well, his big it was big news. When Malcolm Muggeridge. Yeah. Became a Christian. I think I mean, maybe some people know him because he he's the man who introduced the world to a tiny Albanian. None called Mother Theresa. We wouldn't know about Mother Teresa if not from Muggeridge made that film about her write something beautiful for God is the title, but Muggeridge was a man of letters. And I'm not sure what it was. Maybe you remember that led him to faith the trajectory. If my flight toward faith or something what is it? I can't give you a day by day sequence of it because it was all of grace, you might say, although that wouldn't have been his language. But I know that from talking to him he he he was hesitant about what God used finally bundled him along toward toward real understanding of Christianity and the faith and so that can become a pro. I mean that has been a problem. I would say for let's say evangelical Christians is they they come up with a paradigm actually Cureton Jonathan Edwards and company were they were famous for this that they would have to have your story conversion, and they said an incredibly high bar unless you had this conversion story. And so people feel that almost like they have to make one up if they don't have one now. And so when people ask people like Muggeridge were were myself. So when did you become a Christian, if it doesn't fit a perfect kind of, you know, the sawdust trail experience tackling people don't know what to make of it. But your experience. I mean, you grew up as a Christian. There's no question was there moment. At age five that you remember or know just to make sure as a kid, I probably a thousand times as Jesus come into my heart just in case and just to be sure, right? And were you ties as a child? Yes. Because we were pissed cappelli. Evangelical of his billions, you were I was baptized as an infant sprinkle. I didn't know that your father was an Episcopalian, I thought that you pale. I had myself technically. No. But but when I was small when they were first married, they went to reform to fiscal church. Philadelphia. What was the name of the church the trauma, but they sort of moved away from that into more fundamentalism and evangelical there. Yeah. Their eventual steps locale or plus American fundamentalism, but neither my my mother had been raised if his companion and my father had been raised a Presbyterian. And they they were, but they both had an evangelical story, you might say, you tell of really coming understand the faith seething. She's says savior. For some people. It's just much more complicated. And so he's yes. Yes, folks, you've been listening to my Socrates in the city interview with the great Thomas Howard, the author of chance or the dance..

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