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"medieval catholic church" Discussed on Lex Fridman Podcast

Lex Fridman Podcast

05:38 min | Last week

"medieval catholic church" Discussed on Lex Fridman Podcast

"And both Aristotle and Plato hated markets denounced them. And for the same reason, they destroy social cohesion. They destroyed community. They make some people rich and other people poor, and they set us against each other and it's terrible. And here's what they agreed on that. Here's what they disagreed on. One of them said, okay, there can be no markets. That was Plato. Aristotle comes back and says, no, no, no, no, no, no. Too late for that. The disruption caused in society by getting rid of this institution that has crawled in amongst us would be too devastating. So we can't do that. But what we can do is control it, regulate it. Get from the market what it does reasonably well and prevent it from doing the destructive things it does so badly. So the fundamentally the destructive thing of a market is that the engine of capitalism so it creates exploitation of the worker. It facilitates facilitates it and it is an institution that Plato and Aristotle feel is a terrible danger to community. Is there which by the way is a way of thinking about it that exists right now all over the world. Look, the medieval Catholic Church had a doctrine, the prohibition of usury, and this was that God said, if there's a person who needs to borrow from you, then that's a person in need. And the good Christian thing to do is to help him. To demand an interest payment rather than to help your fellow man is God hates you for that. That's a sin. Jesus is crying all the way to wherever it is he goes. But Jesus be crying when you try to scale that system. So that has to do with the intimate human interaction. The idea of markets is you're able to create a system that involves thousands, millions of humans. And there'd be some level of safe, self regulating, fairness. There might be, but it's hard to imagine that charging interest would be the way to do that. I wonder what I guess. Suppose you were interested in having suppose you took us your problem, we have a set of funds that can be loaned out. People don't want to consume it. They're ready to lend it..

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"medieval catholic church" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:57 min | 7 months ago

"medieval catholic church" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Trading week in the United States but that didn't mean we wanted for news As President Biden finally told us who he wants to be running the fed I'm nominating Jerome Powell for a second term as chair of the Federal Reserve And I'm nominating lael brainard to take the position as vice chair of the Federal Reserve And then the president said he wants to help us all out at the gas pump by releasing some petroleum reserves Although initial reaction was probably not exactly what he wanted And then with the threat of a further Russian invasion of Ukraine described by Richard Haas of the council on foreign relations The Russians are building up to an extraordinary degree opposite in Ukraine Whether this is simply a show of force in order to muscle Ukraine to persuade the government there say not to move closer to the west or whether this is the prelude to an intervention in which they would take over enormous parts of the country conceivably even the capital I don't rule anything out at this point And then the day after Thanksgiving we got the news we had dreaded There's a new variant of COVID This one first detected in South Africa and named omicron And governments around the world reacted with the United States announcing new travel restrictions effective Monday Here is European Commission president Ursula von der Lion The European Commission has proposed to member states to activate the emergency break on travel from countries in Southern Africa and other countries affected to limit the spread of the new variant And markets reacted immediately The S&P fell the most since February and a holiday shortened session pushing the index lower for the week The Dow meanwhile extended its losing streak to three weeks And the safe haven trades picked up with the ten year yield falling to just under 1.47% Crude oil also dropped falling 13% on the day Certainly overall a global route on fears that a new coronavirus variant could spark fresh outbreaks So we thought we'd take this shortened week this holiday week to reflect a little more broadly for investors on what the phenomena are that we're facing And there's no one better to do that than Jillian Ted She is the editor at large for the U.S. as well as head of the editorial board at the Financial Times She's also author of a very important book called anthro vision Julian it's great to have you back with us Thank you for joining us Let's apply some of your anthropology good as well as your financial acumen To what we saw this week with the reappointment of Jay Powell and the appointment of Leo brainerd his vice chair And one of the things I'm curious about is one of the biggest issues we have in this country right now is inflation And yet in the appointment we didn't hear President Biden say much about that at all Is the friend really should it be that independent from what's going on in the country Well the reason you didn't hear President Biden say by much about inflation is because of Federal Reserve right now is it an absolutely nightmare actually difficult position Now the immediate reason for that is that it has these twin goals of low employment and keeping inflation under control as well But it's very likely that in the coming months we're going to see inflation spiral out of control while employment still isn't anywhere near what the fed wants So there's a big cognitive dissonance there about what on earth are Federal Reserve's going to do about that Plus of course the fact that you've got asset price inflation that's been going up and up and up and up And yet somehow the fed only looks at consumer price inflation which just doesn't make much sense in terms of how people live their lives But the other big issue is that the Federal Reserve has convinced us in recent years there's almost like this sort of high priest of the American economy where it has these seemingly magical powers and this continuity to keep the show on the road No matter what happens in politics and you know the fed leaders are there for a lot longer than many other politicians And it's critics aura of native terms And yet the reality is that if you look at what's happening right now there's not a lot that they can actually do about inflation because it's been driven to a large degree by supply chain problems by the fact you just had this massive fiscal boost So the feds the containers are trying to convince us that it has control over inflation but the reality is it probably doesn't And on top of that you have the fact that you know fed with tens that it's somehow changed in the economy in the financial system by moving the price of money by minute degrees or changing how it buys bonds But in reality what's really driving sentiment is what it says It's verbal intervention You might even call it voodoo So there's a lot of cognitive dissonance in the way that we see the fed at the moment And I think for that reason it's going to have a tough time in the months ahead Well I wonder Jillian how much of the fed's power is really derived from its credibility And the fact that we believe in it We trust it for one reason or another Do we really trust in institution to have that much power if they don't listen to us at some general level and specifically isn't the appointment process that we just saw this week with president Isn't it that one limited way to have some influence over the fed Absolutely This week is you've seen Congress pushing for much greater say on the part of the progressives in terms of who gets appointed But the reality is that there's a lot of almost mystical magic around the fed It's been like the priests and medieval Catholic Church who spoke Latin and the congregation didn't but the congregation relied on the police to provide the blessings I mostly don't actually understand what the fed is doing or what it says Most of the time And of course it's not elected Again that's another point of color to this isn't because so much of the American self perception is driven by this concept of democracy and being accountable Okay Julian it's always great to have you on Wall Street week Thank you so much That's Jillian tat of the Financial Times Thank you Coming up it's the holiday season which means of course shopping We talk retail sales with.

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"medieval catholic church" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:35 min | 7 months ago

"medieval catholic church" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Holiday trading week in the United States But that didn't mean we wanted for news As President Biden finally told us who he wants to be running the fed I'm nominating Jerome Powell for a second term as chair of the Federal Reserve And I'm nominating lael brainard to take the position as vice chair of the Federal Reserve And then the president said he wants to help us all out at the gas pump by releasing some petroleum reserves Although initial reaction was probably not exactly what he wanted And then with the threat of a further Russian invasion of Ukraine described by Richard Haas of the council on foreign relations The Russians are building up to an extraordinary degree opposite in Ukraine Whether this is simply a show of force in order to muscle Ukraine to persuade the government there say not to move closer to the west or whether this is the prelude to an intervention in which they would take over enormous parts of the country conceivably even the capital I don't rule anything out at this point And then the day after Thanksgiving we got the news we had dreaded There's a new variant of COVID This one first detected in South Africa and named omo cron And governments around the world reacted with the United States announcing new travel restrictions effective Monday Here is European Commission president Ursula von der Lion The European Commission has proposed to member states to activate the emergency brake on travel from countries in Southern Africa and other countries affected to limit the spread of the new variant And markets reacted immediately The S&P fell the most since February and a holiday shortened session pushing the index lower for the week The Dow meanwhile extended its losing streak to three weeks And the safe haven trades picked up with the ten year yield falling to just under 1.47% Crude oil also dropped falling 13% on the day Certainly overall a global route on fears that a new coronavirus variant could spark fresh outbreaks So we thought we'd take this shortened week this holiday week to reflect a little more broadly for investors on what the phenomena are that we're facing And there's no one better to do that than Jillian Ted She is the editor at large for the U.S. as well as head of the editorial board at the Financial Times She's also author of a very important book called anthro vision Julian it's great to have you back with us Thank you for joining us Let's apply some of your anthropology record as well as your financial acumen to what we saw this week with the reappointment of Jay Powell and the appointment of Leo brainerd his vice chair And one of the things I'm curious about is one of the biggest issues we have in this country right now is inflation And yet in the appointment we didn't hear President Biden say much about that at all Is the friend really should it be that independent from what's going on in the country Well the reason you didn't hear President Biden say by much fun inflation is because the Federal Reserve right now is in an absolutely nightmarishly difficult position Now the immediate reason for that is that it has these twin goals of low employment and keeping inflation under control as well But it's very likely that in the coming months we're going to see inflation spiral out of control while employment still isn't anywhere near what the fed wants So there's a big cognitive dissonance there about what on earth are Federal Reserve going to do about that Plus of course the fact that you've got asset price inflation that's been going up and up and up and up And yet somehow the fed only looks at consumer price inflation was just doesn't make much sense in terms of how people live their lives But the other big issue is that the Federal Reserve has sort of convinced us in recent years there's almost like this sort of high priest of the American economy where it has these seemingly magical powers and this continuity to keep the show on the road No matter what happens in politics and the fed leaders are there for a lot longer than many other politicians And it's critics aura of terms And yet the reality is that if you look at what's happening right now there's not a lot that they can actually do about inflation because it's been driven to a large degree by supply chain problems by the fact you just had this massive fiscal boost So the fed's simultaneously trying to convince us that it has control over inflation but the reality is it probably doesn't And on top of that you have the fact that fed with tens of change in the economy and the financial system by moving the price of money by minute degrees or changing how it buys bonds But in reality what's really driving sentiment is what it says It's verbal intervention You might even call it voodoo So there's a lot of cognitive dissonance in the way that we see the fed at the moment And I think for that reason it's going to have a tough time in the months ahead Well I wonder Jillian how much of the fed's power is really derived from its credibility And the fact that we believe in it We trust it for one reason or another Do we really trust in institution to have that much power if they don't listen to us at some general level and specifically isn't the appointment process that we just saw this week with president isn't it that one limited way to have some influence over the fed Absolutely and it was fascinating this week as you've seen Congress pushing for much greater say on the part of the progressives in terms of who gets appointed But the reality is that there's a lot of almost mystical magic around the fed It's been like the priests in medieval Catholic Church who spoke Latin and the congregation didn't but the congregation relied on the police to provide the blessings I mostly don't actually understand what the fed is doing or what it says most of the time And of.

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"medieval catholic church" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:56 min | 7 months ago

"medieval catholic church" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Holiday trading week in the United States but that didn't mean we wanted for news As President Biden finally told us who he wants to be running the fed I'm nominating Jerome Powell for a second term as chair of the Federal Reserve And I'm nominating lael brainard to take the position as vice chair of the Federal Reserve And then the president said he wants to help us all out at the gas pump by releasing some petroleum reserves Although initial reaction was probably not exactly what he wanted And then with the threat of a further Russian invasion of Ukraine described by Richard Haas of the council on foreign relations The Russians are building up to an extraordinary degree opposite in Ukraine Whether this is simply a show of force in order to muscle Ukraine to persuade the government there say not to move closer to the west or whether this is the prelude to an intervention in which they would take over enormous parts of the country conceivably even the capital I don't rule anything out at this point And then the day after Thanksgiving we got the news we had dreaded There's a new variant of COVID This one first detected in South Africa and named omicron and governments around the world reacted with the United States announcing new travel restrictions effective Monday Here is European Commission president Ursula von der Lion The European Commission has proposed to member states to activate the emergency brake on travel from countries in Southern Africa and other countries affected to limit the spread of the new variant And markets reacted immediately The S&P fell the most since February and a holiday shortened session pushing the index lower for the week The Dow meanwhile extended its losing streak to three weeks And the safe haven trades picked up with the ten year yield falling to just under 1.47% Crude oil also dropped falling 13% on the day Certainly overall a global route on fears that a new coronavirus variant could spark fresh outbreaks So we thought we'd take this shortened week this holiday week to reflect a little more broadly for investors on what the phenomena are that we're facing And there's no one better to do that than Jillian Ted She is the editor at large for the U.S. as well as head of the editorial board at the Financial Times She's also author of a very important book called anthro vision Julian it's great to have you back with us Thank you for joining us Let's apply some of your anthropology good as well as your financial acumen to what we saw this week with the reappointment of Jay Powell and the appointment of Leo brainerd his vice chair And one of the things I'm curious about is one of the biggest issues we have in this country right now is inflation And yet in the appointment we didn't hear President Biden say much about that at all Is the friend really should it be that independent from what's going on in the country Well the reason you didn't hear President Biden say by much about inflation is because of Federal Reserve right now is in an absolutely nightmare difficult position Now the immediate reason for that is that it has these twin goals of low employment and keeping inflation under control as well But it's very likely that in the coming months we're going to see inflation spiral out of control while employment still isn't anywhere near what the fed wants So there's a big cognitive dissonance there about what on earth are Federal Reserve's going to do about that Plus of course the fact that you've got asset price inflation that's been going up and up and up and up And yet somehow the fed only looks at consumer price inflation which just doesn't make much sense in terms of how people live their lives But the other big issue is that the Federal Reserve has convinced us in recent years there's almost like this sort of high priest of the American economy where it has these seemingly magical powers and this continuity to keep the show on the road No matter what happens in politics and you know the fed leaders are there for a lot longer than many other politicians And it's critics aura of native terms And yet the reality is that if you look at what's happening right now there's not a lot that they can actually do about inflation because it's been driven to a large degree by supply chain problems by the fact you just had this massive fiscal boost So the fed's spontaneously trying to convince us that it has control over inflation but the reality is it probably doesn't And on top of that you have the fact that fed with tens that it's somehow changed in the economy in the financial system by moving the price of money by minute degrees or changing how it buys bonds But in reality what's really driving sentiment is what it says It's verbal intervention You might even call it voodoo So there's a lot of cognitive dissonance in the way that we see the fed at the moment And I think that reason is going to have a tough time in the months ahead Well I wonder Jillian how much of the fed's power is really derived from its credibility And the fact that we believe in it We trust it for one reason or another Do we really trust in institution to have that much power if they don't listen to us at some general level and specifically isn't the appointment process that we just saw this week with president Isn't it that one limited way to have some influence over the fed Absolutely and it was fascinating this week as you've seen Congress pushing for much greater say on the part of the progressives in terms of who gets appointed But the reality is that there's a lot of almost mystical magic around the fed It's been like the priests in medieval Catholic Church who spoke Latin and the congregation didn't but the congregation rely on the police to provide the blessings I mostly without actually understand what the fed is doing or what it says most of the time And of course it's not elected Again that's another point of college this isn't because so much of the American self perception is driven by this concept of democracy and the accountable Okay Jillian it's always great to have you on Wall Street week Thank you so much That's Julian Ted of the Financial Times Thank you Coming up it's the holiday season which means of course shopping We talk retail.

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"medieval catholic church" Discussed on Man Tools Podcast

Man Tools Podcast

03:23 min | 8 months ago

"medieval catholic church" Discussed on Man Tools Podcast

"Germany luther theories and writings of course brought in what became known as protestantism and at shatter the external structure of the medieval catholic church at the same time revived religious consciousness in europe. This is be real. The catholic church was selling forgiveness and spots in heaven And this guy's moral code wasn't going to let that stand yes. Well i'll put it this way. If it was actually in the bible he would have been like. that's fine. The problem was they went. And you had to get to a certain point before you could even look at a bible came. He clearly was educated and became a monk And when he in his studies down that road he started being allowed to read a bible and he went. Wait a minute. This stuff's not in there in the church says shut the fuck. I think we afford this gold chalice and all these hookers so yes i said it The other interesting thing about him as he did not want to start a new church. He wanted to reform. Regs why lutherans. Call it reformation sunday when we celebrate the sunday coming up after halloween Or all hallow's eve pending on. How did the willis's for my people in Let's see november first nineteen sixty eight. I did not realize this went back that far. Nineteen sixty eight. The motion picture association of america officially rolls out the rating system to indicate age appropriate Ratings for film Pg thirteen was not one of the originals. I wanna point out. That came out in the eighties. I think it was directly a compromise to get indiana jones and the temple dum because for not mistaken erie melty and a so it was they were going to give it an r rating yep and gibson said hey this isn't come on are are statistically us off and i think they kind of went on a thirteen year. Old coaches was no problem. They went fine. Pg thirteen is what we'll call it. Parental guidance thirteen The original original was because of some of the disney movies. A little too adultery. Yeah you know which disney was fucking around the sixties do cartoons. Were not meant for kids. Never saw arrived on the scene but even like Well look at treasure. Island is shot in the face like and blood and shit like oh yeah. Come on now. Maybe kids weren't such paperless pussies back Let's see november second. Seventeen seventy two. The first committees of correspondence are formed in massachusetts. Under samuel adams This kind of the start of what would become obviously the revolutionary war. This was the first kind of grumblings of we should do something about these taxes.

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"medieval catholic church" Discussed on Dennis Prager Podcasts

Dennis Prager Podcasts

11:35 min | 11 months ago

"medieval catholic church" Discussed on Dennis Prager Podcasts

"Hello and welcome back to the dennis prager. Show julie hartman here. I was just reading an article. That triple g sean. Our lovely technical director here at the dennis prager show printed out for me about governor. Cuomo you know my take away from this is just kind of how corrupt the media is governor. Cuomo let us not forget was. The media was totally rooting for him to go in the race with biden and be the democratic contender for president. In two thousand twenty. Meanwhile so and they're praising him and they're saying that his covert response was so great and he's hero and meanwhile behind the scenes there's the sexual harassment stuff going on. There's the nursing home scandal going on and now a year later it's finally coming out and he has no choice to resign. Yes the media. It's no shock how they handled this. You know what else. I thought was really funny with the media. Handled or didn't handle this past weekend. Was president obama's birthday party remember. They told us last week. When president obama's planning that sixtieth birthday bash was between five hundred seven hundred people and they go. Oh obama's can scale it back. It's just gonna be family and friends have you all seen the pictures of this birthday bash. I was looking at them this morning. There is a tent the size of the white house hundreds and hundreds of people posted videos from this event. It look honestly. It looked really fine but how funny obama has this party. No masks noticed and saying no vaccine requirement for him but then the rest of us peasants have to abide by those things. Again the media. Why are they not covering this more. Why are they not calling out the sacristy you know what though. I actually think that this goes beyond hypocrisy. It hits it something bigger. This indicates a startling lack of principles. And i think instead of just pointing out or publicizing. Instances like the obama birthday party. I think that we conservatives need to take a different approach. I think we need to start asking questions of those on the left putting them on the defensive saying to them. What do you really believe in. What do you affirmatively stand for. Because if the president truly believed as he says he does that the delta varian is a threat he wouldn't want to have a five hundred person birthday party that would scare him similarly the woman. I just discussed to says that she cares about. Climate change. owns a yacht if that woman truly believed what she says. That climate change is threat. She wouldn't want to have a yacht again. That would scare her. So i ask one more time. What do these people truly believe in another timely example. That's been in the news a lot. Look at this. new york. City mandate to show vaccination cards. Okay so requiring people to present a vaccination card to ensure a safe restaurant environment is fine but then requiring voters to present. Id's to ensure a safe election is jim crow I want to say them. Please identify the principal for me. That makes ideas okay in one situation and then bigoted and another again. I want to emphasize. This is not just hypocrisy. This is a lack of principle. Or how about the other day. I'm sure sean can call this up. Dennis played on the show recordings of various the democrats discussing the need for border control again. This is like two thousand nine hundred thousand ten and you hear them referring to immigrants as quote illegal aliens and calling for border security but now today. That's not woke and you can't do that anymore. That's xenophobic and bigoted. Or oh gosh. This is another one. How about when they hated trump for building a border wall but then after the january six riots. They built a wall around the capital again. What do they stand for. I'm not advocating for a type of brittle consistency. But you do not see this to the extent on the right. The left is mostly guided. It seems by one thing. Whatever benefits that them at the time but that's not a principal. A principal is something you stick by even when it doesn't benefit you dennis prager show. It's the dennis prager show everyone. I'm julie hartman. Twenty one year old college student sitting in for the incomparable. Dennis prager today. One eight prager seven seven six. Please call the show. I want to hear from you. I see that the caller board is lighting up some. You have had some similar experiences to the ones. I've discussed regarding the hypocrisy of leftist. Before we get to that. I just wanna tell you. I just finished reading ben. Shapiro's new book the authoritarian moment and it was so good and by the way this is not an ad paid for ben shapiro although i kind of wish it were because that means i could have some form of contact with him but what what ben does in the book is he goes institution by institution corporate america. Hollywood the media social media education establishment. And he explains how these institutions over time have become controlled by the left and one of his best points. I think to explain how that happened. Is he says discrimination. Law of the nineteen sixties says that you cannot discriminate on the basis of race gender religion age. I'm probably forgetting some but definitely those four. What's missing from that list political view so you can't discriminate on the basis of all those other things i mentioned but there's nothing in civil rights law that says that you can't discriminate on the basis of someone's political views. That's pretty striking. I think though the most valuable part of ben's book is that he provides excellent specifics of the kind of discrimination against conservatives. And that's so great because we all know that this stuff goes on but sometimes we just need some ammo and some again. Very exact specifics. Two point two. So if you're longing for those things. Ben shapiro's book is where it's at. He has many of them. I just wanna rattle off a few. That really stuck with. This is stuff. I i didn't even know about or if i did know about it. I forgot about the first is in twenty. Eighteen american airlines and united airlines pulled their discount benefits for nra members. So if you're in our member you're not eligible to get any kind of discount on any of those airlines flights crime. Second one is when twitter facebook blocked. The hunter biden story before the twenty twenty election in october november. Because they said they needed to fact check it and then miraculously after biden one poof. They conveniently allow it to be circulated on those platforms. Okay third one how. 'bout with north carolina passed a bill that mandated separate bathrooms for men and women and transgender activists thought that that was bigoted so companies like pay. Pal dita's dumped their plans for facilities in north carolina and north carolina was going to lose so much money. Billions of dollars that. They had no choice to repeal the bathroom. Bill that is this is coercion this is despotism and utter discrimination okay and it got me thinking something that i've noticed that democrats do not every democrat but again more. Broadly is that they're willing to overlook or excuse or even actively condone this type of behavior because they say well we're on the right side of history whatever our offenses are. It's better for us to be empowered and it's better for us to suppress conservatives because they're so evil and you know what that is a lie that every unaccountable ruling elite tells themselves what one of the most surprisingly interesting classes. I've taken so far in. College was an early modern europe class and i say surprisingly only because i thought it would be really dry and a historical example that i learned in that class. That reminds me. Most of the democratic party is the medieval catholic church of europe before martin. Luther came along. And i just want to say. I was raised catholic okay. I'm not criticizing the catholic church now although it definitely has some problems but i'm criticizing the catholic church of the fifteen hundreds and like the democrat party. Now they control everything. Anyone who dared to oppose them would be crushed and crucially when they practice. Terrible behavior like indulgences. This idea that you can buy your way to heaven by donating to the church when they practice those terrible things in people. Call them out for those things. Their response was well. We're on god's side. We're doing god's work all that stuff we do. It's fine because again were on the right side of history. Every unaccountable self-dealing determined to keep themselves in power elite in the history of the universe has come up with a mythology or a narrative that they are morally superior to justify their horrible behavior. And the stuff. I just mentioned that ben shapiro. Talked about is no exception. And you know it's interesting. I i think that the think that they are different from any other elite in history. I think they look at something like the medieval catholic church and they think that the church secretly knew that it was corrupt but no every elite thinks that it's right and proper for them to be in power every elite elite.

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"medieval catholic church" Discussed on The Vance Crowe Podcast

The Vance Crowe Podcast

05:15 min | 1 year ago

"medieval catholic church" Discussed on The Vance Crowe Podcast

"That's worthwhile me is interesting. It's an interesting challenge. I would propose that you know the so called t. shaped expert is the right way to do it. So we have a very shallow knowledge of many many areas in deep specialization. In one of them may be in two of them. So what. I would recommend for people who want to have this kind of Orienting casual or sense making understanding of history is to you know i study one or two periods not even periods like one or two countries in a particular period or one in two great institutions in a particular period perhaps You know the medieval catholic church strikes up your interest You know perhaps you know it's interesting your own country's history abraham lincoln's presidential administration and the evolution of the presidency in the nineteen th century strikes up your interest Perhaps the hundred years war is remarkably interesting. And there's almost an infinity of material that you can mind from the hundred years war. What does it include. It would for example include the sociology of the formation of religious movements. Right joan of arc. It would talk about modern state formation. Right as the french and the english monarchy are competing which can mobilize more troops in impose. Better systems of taxation People today might not realize but during the hundred years war what we today think of as france in what we today think england england actually much smaller population it. The reason could keep pace is because ironically england the king in england was a stronger force a stronger political force than the king in france today of course associations with the opposite. But that's because the lesson. The french took from the hundred years war. Was that you absolutely need a strong monarchy To win wars because otherwise you're gonna get carved up by foreign pretenders and i could keep on going right. It could talk about. Cities could talk about the formation of nationality. And that's just the hundred years war. And of course even the us presidents in the nineteenth century might see narrower but to understand what they're thinking suddenly have to know things about you know a quaker culture held the puritans settled the world. The new world The classics that. They're referencing all the time. The biblical references that the referencing all the time. Otherwise you can't read primary sources you don't understand the mutant comprehend them So my my advice with easy to understand the mechanics of his tree observed of the modern world at least one really distinct examples society. That's different right. And then after that do a casual reading like the casual reading will inform you ask to events. The deep study will inform you as to the mechanics of human nature of like power of like economic development..

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"medieval catholic church" Discussed on Mt. Rushmore Podcast

Mt. Rushmore Podcast

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"medieval catholic church" Discussed on Mt. Rushmore Podcast

"You know and that's so some defenders will say he's black not not because he's more not because he's from africa but because he's all city You know doesn't fly but it's also not right 'cause in all in all the histories and in the books that made him famous no he's totally his his servant and in some cases slave so Yeah it's it's a mess and in it's kind kinda funny in the netherlands in the netherlands. Now they The big cities will not. They really played down. Pete and they'll do things like there for a while. They tried like well. If there's purple. Pete and green pete and it's it was all about like let's just have him be some other color And then i think now like in amsterdam the now the official guy is gonna definitely be a white guy who just has some smudges on his face like he's just dirty so they're they're very aware of it but then the far right version of the far right political Folk definitely want him to be the old traditional thing and it's funny i've written My one of my wife's best friends is is dutch so we we've spent some time over there and i've gotten a lot of good swart pete Stuff in just fun things. You can find him everywhere. But i've written some pieces about him and every year i have to delete. I don't know how many comments just angry people who were like. Don't talk about things you have no idea about you know. And it's all that kind of thing so so yeah it's definitely part of the culture war going on in the netherlands. That's not great. The one thing this is sort of tangential but in doing the research about a singer clouds I've i didn't know a lot about the saint. Nicholas tradition going way back and i didn't realize that part of the reason the chocolate coins are given out or coins or given out in general. Is that saint. Nicholas apparently had thrown coins into the windows of three child. prostitutes So that they can pay off their dowry and no longer have to be prostitutes. Yup that is wild to so if you're getting back to like actual saint nicholas. Who is a real. I mean on the roles of the the ancient. The medieval catholic church saint his one of the first miracles supposedly needed and by the way he's a turkish guy so the original saint nicholas was supposed to be from turkey from the city of In turkey but yeah..

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"medieval catholic church" Discussed on Grace on Tap

Grace on Tap

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"medieval catholic church" Discussed on Grace on Tap

"Think we're going to be skipping parochial them but I I think we're gonna I'd like to head on like the critical ones that. We're luther is where the Lutheran Team Milenko on as highlighting the connection to the historic church. But at the same time, you can start seeing the the problems with the with the the Medieval Catholic. Church and this original send one is a perfect example. You know where where they're they're looking at it and they're saying that it really does get to that the core problem between the Lutherans and the Catholics of this era that that Lutherans believe that the the the Senate is is intertwined in US and we're we're never free of it were what what there's a Latin term you know sending the center and Saint Luther likes to throw around Pecker and I you might know it but some of Back, yes. Similarity -taining as being similar just. At the Contra simultaneously, it was just just at a symbol scientists. Roosters just like just think of it instead of us just think Justice Simone Useless Justice Separate contoured contra sin and for Luther it it reveals this sense that. Human Nature cannot be righteous on its own or even through something that we do or think become righteous we need the application of God's righteousness upon us. And one of the things I love about that is that we need the application of God's love upon us. Every minute of every day. I. And I've highlighted a sermon pat now that Avin gave years ago where he talked about, you know we can turn to the right and there's legalism we turn to the left and there's there's what's called antenna. which is you know just you know blatant sinning and saying cover grades covers at all but the salt, the solution is neither of those solution is to look to Christ and to keep our eyes on Christ, and that is the only solution and that is the Lutheran solution. It's. It's. It's not by doing good works. It's not by sitting it's by keeping our eyes on. Christ, and that's That's this is all getting into that that center and Saint and and the only way we get out of being a center or a saint or the only way we maintain. We are Simultaneously Center and say the only way we maintain that saintliness is through Christ and keeping our eyes on Christ and that sort of. Again, one of the things that I think was just great. I'd like to sort of skip by the we have article three is the son of God. That Jason on their? No but the next one article for is justification and..

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"medieval catholic church" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

11:29 min | 2 years ago

"medieval catholic church" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Listening to the Dennis Prager show one of the most thoughtful Americans goes by the name Joel Kotkin the presidential fellow at Chapman university I have been missed citing his pieces for much of my career and he's been a guest on the number of occasions he has a book that was just published I think this week the coming of neo feudalism a warning to the global middle class Joel Kotkin where are you hold up at arm hold up in Orange County and I have to say that if if you're going to be hold up from where you there are worse places yes you remind me of my standard answer in the whole ways of my radio stations when people say how are you like a girl could be worse and they think it's a bad answer Michael normal could be better is a bad answer so all right your your here in Orange County California what do you what do you think of of the directives coming from the governor in this case is not your mayor books of the repair cost city and government Newsome well Newsome it Lee says from what I can gather has certain degree of rationality or some the skate pod Garcetti and Alameda county I don't know what they think they're doing but I mean essentially if you wanted to create a situation in which you further destroy what's left of your middle class this would have been a really good way of doing it while oh my god you know I actually I got a what is the feeling in your stomach when you hear bad news that's what I thought when you said that well you know you think that this is not one of the themes of the book is that already the middle class the small property under the the main street merchants because the big artists and they were struggling before and they're struggling all over the world against you know big tech companies government regulators all these other pressures and then you add we're shutting you down by the way we're not shutting down some of the the big chains and whatnot and and we're certainly this is been great for personal gain valley into the big allegorical forms but if how long can buy the guy guy who cuts my hair who's in Santa Ana how long do you think he's going to be able to go without having any revenue for four months that's what I've been saying from the beginning I I've called this the biggest mistake in mankind's history and every day there's more evidence of it in and thank god Sweden is a living example of not engaged in this so you wrote a piece and the folks whatever he writes is clear and he's an original thinker and it's important to important including this book which is just come out the coming of neo feudalism a warning to the global middle class will you wrote the piece for the hill what was the date on this let's see Monday to five ten so yeah may tenth hi GNX fascism turning the world into a safe space but at what cost that's right that's right you have you ever used to fascism in an American context before well I've I've written I and I actually when I was a chorister he trashes meant quite a bit of detail I I've I've never used it in the same way that I'm using is now in that I mean this is part of the whole question of if you believe and I think many people who are influential believes that that's really what we what we need to do is to have it designated experts can obviously those experts we agree with tell us what to do I mean that's really kind of fascistic about a lot of this in one second the legislature isn't there with city councils and making the regulations the regulations are coming from a health official and the executive well that's a pretty good gospel fascism to start with and then this whole notion that you should be able to control every aspect of people's lives yeah you know which which I think the climate change movement was already sort of inculcating and now this is taken to an to an extreme and of course you know it's easy for those of us who like you know for many years and I worked at home almost my whole career on I live in a nice neighborhood I can you know I can be I can be relatively comfortable but look at the people who you know if your nose might my daughter works at home depot Inc in Tucson it uses people getting brutally murdered just because you know they're frustrated you know you're a what's a working class family they've they've lost their jobs there four people in a one bedroom apartment in and there and it took forever and lock down what are we doing to ourselves I just want to say you don't even have to react you're certainly welcome to be but a lot to ask asking you to do so by my listeners I want to remind them because many many people listening to me over the over decades I know thought that I had a sort of idiosyncratic reaction to the battle against secondhand smoke and I told people from the outset that I thought the epidemiologist relying L. Y. I. N. G. absolutely lying fifty thousand Americans a year die of secondhand smoke photos preposterous I had the UCLA epidemiologists say was preposterous he then I have to leave UCLA and this is it's sort of first they came after cigar smokers and then that will come after you in Burbank California you can't smoke a cigar at a cigar store and this was okay with people because ninety five percent of people don't know ninety eight percent don't smoke cigars but I knew I knew is that this was a bad tea leaf and now we are seeing what you write high G. emic fascism a taking place and I think a lot of it is and in some centers is that science which instead of being something that we debate I've read so many different things from other epidemiologists they have different ideas there's an official science the same thing that has been true of climate even if you can prove that it was wrong to think about predictions of yup what do some say what fifteen twenty million Californians would get would get the virus the the they were predicting two million deaths in the United States I would remind people here in southern California and in the state of California we have had more deaths from the seasonal flu than from profit this year this year this year by by by a good margin to and that affects people of all ages right right I mean the number three the reality is that victims we should've as the sweets of our have come to the conclusion you you protect your vulnerable populations right that's exactly right so people would call mobility factors so what's the thesis of your book well this is this is basically that we're we're involving at it on a global basis miss Christmas with xcelerated where there's greater concentration of wealth and power in Everson spa fewer hands and most frightening of all the complete control of the means of information off in this group of small this morning at midnight I find it terrifying that you know companies like Amazon and Netflix are going to have enormous influence on the the networks of all owned by the skin sort of big companies are already many of the major newspapers are owned by that so you have this lead class then you have what I call the pharmacy which is is the you know sort of the gamblers three the media or the the the academics of the very no would you basically get get an academic to tell you the world's going to come to an end unless we get a we do something drastic and there's no debate and this is very medieval you know the the medieval Catholic Church was not exactly a place of of of spirited debate on on on the the crazy optical questions let's put it that way and then you've got this humanly than the middle class which has been the basis of democracy small property owners small businesses artisans that is the class it's globally getting really destroyed and many of them and their children in particular are becoming what I would call the new surface they're not they're never going to own a house they're never going to have a business they're gonna live marginally and frankly a lot of those people are all going to opt for a more less socialist model because why not so the bottom line is we are moving to a society that will grow slower have less prosperity we've had this enormous global increase in in in prosperity the last thirty forty years I think we're about to see that reverse some of it back on climate and now with the pandemic we'll be back in a moment Joel Kotkin's book is a Patel as Prager dot com and it comes with a small life for you to slit your wrists back in a moment the Dennis Prager show live from the relief factor pain free studio hi this is Dennis Prager the longer I live the more I realize that many people a lot of people really over forty or fifty have aches and pains but can start affecting the way they live the way they sleep or get around you know what I'm talking about peace in south Tel but the owners of relief factor created this one hundred percent drug free supplement to help people like me my wife and just about everybody I know with low back pain my wife with her knee pain to see if a nineteen ninety five investment nineteen dollars and ninety five seven vestment for their three week quickstart can help lower or even eliminate your pain like it has for suing me and Seth do not make any guarantees of course but they do tell me that about seventy percent of those who ordered the three week quick start going to order more which I think says a lot is twenty dollars to much to see if we can get you out of pain too here's all you do go to relief factor dot com really factor dot com or call eight hundred five hundred eighty three eighty four eight hundred five hundred eighty three eighty four whether it's seasonal allergies or sinus infection we thought.

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"medieval catholic church" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

09:57 min | 2 years ago

"medieval catholic church" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"You're listening to the Dennis Prager show one of the most thoughtful Americans goes by the name Joel Kotkin the presidential fellow at Chapman university I have been mis citing his pieces for much of my career and he's been a guest on the number of occasions he has a book that was just published I think this week the coming of neo feudalism a warning to the global middle class Joel Kotkin where are you hold up at arm hold up in Orange County and I have to say that if if you're going to be hold off from where you there are worse places yes you remind me of my standard answer in the hallways of my radio station when people say how aria like a girl could be worse and they think it's a bad answer Michael normal could be better is a bad answer so all right your your here in Orange County California what do you what do you think of of the directives coming from the governor in this case is not your mayor books of the repair cost city and government Newsome well Newsome it leads has shipped from what I can gather has certain degree of rationality or some the scape pod Garcetti and Alameda county I don't know what they think they're doing but I mean essentially if you wanted to create a situation in which you further destroy what's left of your middle class this would have been a really good way of doing it well oh my god you know I actually I got a what is the feeling in your stomach when you hear bad news that's what I thought when you said that well you know you think that this is going to one of the themes of the book is that already the middle class the small property under the the main street merchants because the big artists and they were struggling before and they're struggling all over the world against you know big tech companies government regulators all these other pressures and then you add we're shutting you down by the way we're not shutting down some of the the big chains and whatnot and and we're certainly this is been great for personal gain valium for the big allegorical forms but if how long can lie you got to guide cuts my hair who's in Santa Ana how long do you think he's going to be able to go without having any revenue for four months that's what I've been saying from the beginning I I've called this the biggest mistake in mankind's history and every day there's more evidence of it in and thank god Sweden is a living example of not engaged in this so you wrote a piece and I'm focused whatever he writes is clearer and he's an original thinker and it's important to important including this book which is just come out the coming of neo feudalism a warning to the global middle class will you wrote the piece for the hill what what is the date on this with C. and it came out Monday to five ten so yeah may tenth hi GNX fascism turning the world into a safe space but at what cost that's right that's right you have you ever used to fascism in an American context before well I've I've written and I actually when I was a chorister he trashes meant quite a bit of detail I I've I've never used it in the same way that I'm using is now in that I mean this is part of the whole question of if you believe that I think many people who are influential believes that that's really what we what we need to do is to have it designated experts in our offices those experts we agree with tell us what to do I mean that's really kind of fascistic about a lot of this in one second the legislature isn't there city council isn't making the regulations the regulations are coming from a health official and the executive well that's a pretty good possible for fascism to start with and then this whole notion that you should be able to control every aspect of people's lives yeah you know which which I think the climate change movement was already sort of inculcating and now this is taken to an to an extreme and of course you know it's easy for those of us who like you know for many years and I worked at home almost my whole career on I live in a nice neighborhood I can you know I can be I can be relatively comfortable but look at the people who you know if your nose my my daughter works at home depot Inc in Tucson it uses people getting ruder and ruder just because you know they're frustrated you know you're a what's a working class family they've they've lost their jobs there four people in a one bedroom apartment in and there and it took over and locked down what are we doing to ourselves I just want to say you don't even have to react you're certainly welcome to be but a lot to ask asking you to do so by my listeners I want to remind them because many many people listening to me over the over decades I know thought that I had a sort of idiosyncratic reaction to the battle against secondhand smoke and I told people from the outset that I thought the epidemiologist relying L. Y. I. N. G. absolutely lying fifty thousand Americans a year die of secondhand smoke photos preposterous I had the UCLA epidemiologists say was preposterous he then I have to leave UCLA and this is it's sort of first they came after cigar smokers and then that will come after you in Burbank California you can't smoke a cigar at a cigar store and this was okay with people because ninety five percent of people don't know ninety eight percent don't smoke cigars but I knew I knew is that this was a bad tea leaf and now we are seeing what you write high G. emic fascism a taking place and I think a lot of it is and in some centers is that science which instead of being something that we debate I've read so many different things from other epidemiologists they have different ideas there's an official song it's the same thing that has been true with climate even if you can prove that it was wrong to think about predictions of yup what do some say what fifteen twenty million Californians would get would get the virus the the they were predicting two million deaths in the United States I would remind people here in southern California and in the state of California we have had more deaths from the seasonal flu than from profit this year this year this year by by by a good margin to and that affects people of all ages right right I mean the number three the reality is that the victim we should've as the sweets of our have come to the conclusion you you protect your vulnerable populations right that's exactly right I know people with comorbidity factors so what's the thesis of your book this is basically that we're we're involving at it on a global basis miss Christmas with xcelerated where there's greater concentration of wealth and power in every spot fewer hands and most frightening of all the complete control of the means of information off in this group of small or small hand midnight I find it terrifying that you know companies like Amazon and Netflix are going to have enormous influence on the the networks of all owned by the skin sort of big companies are already many of the major newspapers are owned by them so you have this lead class then you have what I call the car received which is is the sort of the gamblers to the the media or the the the academics of the very no would you basically get get an academic to tell you the world's going to come to an end unless we get a we do something drastic and there's no debate and this is very good and evil you know the the medieval Catholic Church was not exactly a place of of of spirited debate on on on the the crazy optical questions let's put it that way and then you've got this humanly than the middle class which has been the basis of democracy small property owners small businesses artisans that is the class it's globally getting really destroyed and many of them and their children in particular are becoming what I would call the new servers they're not they're never going to own a house they're never going to have a business they're gonna live marginally and frankly a lot of those people are all going to opt for a more or less socialist model because why not so the bottom line is we are moving to a society that will grow slower have less prosperity we've had this enormous global increase in in in prosperity will last thirty forty years I think we're about to see that reverse some of its bit on climate and now with the pandemic we'll be back in a moment Joel Kotkin's book is a patella Spreaker dot com and it comes with a.

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"medieval catholic church" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

10:31 min | 2 years ago

"medieval catholic church" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"I have been mis citing his pieces for much of my career and he's been a guest on the number of occasions he has a book that was just published I think this week the coming of neo feudalism a warning to the global middle class Joel Kotkin where are you hold up app I'm holed up in Orange County and I have to say that if if you're going to be hold off from where you there are worse places yes you remind me of my standard answer in the hallways of my radio stations when people say how aria like a girl could be worse and they think it's a bad answer like all normal could be better is a bad answer so all right your your here in Orange County California what do you what do you think of of the directives coming from the governor in this case is not your mayor books of the repair cost city and government Newsome well Newsome it Lee says from what I can gather has certain degree of rationality or some the skate pod Garcetti and Alameda county I don't know what they think they're doing but I mean essentially if you wanted to create a situation in which you will further destroy what's left of your middle class this would have been a really good way of doing it well oh my god you know I actually I got a what is the feeling in your stomach when you hear bad news that's what I got when you said that well you know you think about this is you know one of the themes of the book is that already the middle class the small property under the the main street merchants because the big artists and they were struggling before and the struggling all over the world against you know big tech companies government regulators all these other pressures and then you add we're shutting you down by the way we're not shutting down some of the the big chains and whatnot and and we're certainly this is going great for personal gain valley into the big allegorical forms but if how long can lie the guy guy who cuts my hair who's in Santa Ana how long do you think he's going to be able to go without having any revenue for four months that's what I've been saying from the beginning I I've called this the biggest mistake in mankind's history and every day there's more evidence of it and and thank god Sweden is a living example of not engaged in this so you wrote a piece and I'm focused whatever he writes is clear and he's an original thinker and it's important to important including this book which is just come out the coming of neo feudalism a warning to the global middle class will you wrote the piece for the hill what what is the date on this with C. and it came out Monday five ten so yeah may tenth hi GNX fascism turning the world into a safe space but at what cost that's right hi you have you ever used to fascism in an American context before well I've I've written and I actually when I was a chorister he trashes meant quite a bit of detail I I've I've never used it in the same way that I'm using it now in that I mean this is part of the whole question of if you believe and I think many people who are influential believes that that's really what we what we need to do is to have it designated experts cannot obviously those experts we agree with tell us what to do I mean that's really kind of fascistic about a lot of this in one second the legislature isn't there city council isn't making the regulations the regulations are coming from a health official and the executive well that's a pretty good possible for fascism to start with and then this whole notion that you should be able to control every aspect of people's lives yeah you know which which I think the climate change movement was already sort of inculcating and now this is taken to an to an extreme and of course you know it's easy for those of us who like you know for many years and I've worked at home almost my whole career on I live in a nice neighborhood I can you know I can be I can be relatively comfortable but look at the people who you know if you're you know might my daughter works at home depot in in Tucson it uses people getting ruder and ruder just because you know they're frustrated you know you're a what's a working class family they've they've lost their jobs there four people in a one bedroom apartment in and there and it took over and locked down what are we doing to ourselves I just want to say you don't even have to react you're certainly welcome to be but a lot to ask asking you to do so by my listeners I want to remind them because many many people listening to me over the over decades I know full thought I had a sort of idiosyncratic reaction to the battle against secondhand smoke and I told people from the outset that I thought the epidemiologist relying L. Y. I. N. G. absolutely lying fifty thousand Americans a year die of secondhand smoke photos preposterous I had the UCLA epidemiologists say was preposterous he then I have to leave UCLA and this is it's sort of first they came after cigar smokers and then that will come after you in Burbank California you can't smoke a cigar at a cigar store and this was okay with people because ninety five percent of people don't know ninety eight percent don't smoke cigars but I knew I knew is that this was a bad tea leaf and now we are seeing what you write high GM make fascism a taking place and I think a lot of it is and in some centers is that science which instead of being something that we debate I've read so many different things from other epidemiologists they have different ideas there's an official science the same thing that has been true with climate even if you can prove that it was wrong to think about predictions of job with nuisance say what fifteen twenty million Californians would get would get the virus the the they were predicting two million deaths in the United States I would remind people here in southern California and in the state of California we have had more deaths from the seasonal flu than from profit this year this year this year by by by a good margin to and that affects people of all ages right right I mean the number three the reality is that the victim we should've as the sweets of our have come to the conclusion you you protect your vulnerable populations right that's exactly right no people with comorbidity factors what's the thesis of your book well this is this is basically that we're we're involving at it on a global basis in this Christmas I think salary that where there's greater concentration of wealth and power in every spot fewer hands and most frightening of all the complete control of the means of information off in this group of small this morning at midnight I find it terrifying that you know companies like Amazon and Netflix are going to have enormous influence on the the networks of all owned by these you know sort of big companies are already many of the major newspapers are owned by that so you have this lead class then you have what I call the car received which is is the you know sort of the jammers the the the media or the the the academics of the very the way you're basically gonna get an academic to tell you the world's going to come to an end unless we get a we do something drastic and there's no debate and this is very good and evil you know the the medieval Catholic Church was not exactly a place of of of spirited debate all on on the the crazy optical questions let's put it that way and then you've got this humanly than the middle class which has been the basis of democracy small property owners small businesses artists and that is the class it's globally getting really destroyed and many of them and their children in particular are becoming what I would call the new surface they're not they're never going to own a house they're never going to have a business they're gonna live marginally and frankly a lot of those people are all going to opt for a more less socialist model because why not so the bottom line is we are moving to a society that will grow slower have less prosperity we've had this enormous global increase in in in prosperity will last thirty forty years I think we're about to see that reverse some of its bit on climate and now with the pandemic we'll be back in a moment Joel Kotkin's book is a Patel as Prager dot com and it comes with a small life for you to slit your wrists back in a moment the Dennis Prager show live from the relief factor pain free studio there have been sixty one million abortions in the United States since nineteen seventy three a staggering statistic yet often lost in all those stats and numbers of the millions of personal stories of the emotional and psychological impact on those who went through with an abortion the national right to life invites you to watch one of the stories in the gripping pro life theatrical play.

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"medieval catholic church" Discussed on Grace on Tap

Grace on Tap

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"medieval catholic church" Discussed on Grace on Tap

"Windows were opened and the crowds in the courtyard could listen and listen they did they hung on every word two hundred people were in the hall hundreds were outside. Chancellor Christian Beyer of electric John's government. He read the German taxed to the assembly in his voice carried its words into the street outside an accord with imperial instructions. Philip lengthened had also prepared a Latin version of the confession that was handed over to Charles at the same time. This is grace on tap. I'm Mike Gateway and I'm Evan Gairdner. Race on TAP is podcast devoted to the history, the documents and the Times of the Lutheran reformation. It's a conversation that Mike and I have all over a nice cold beer. So the Augsburg Confession. Most Lutherans are familiar with it. There might be a few non Lutherans listening in. So let's the Augsburg Confession. Came about as the opening their went into. The there were a lot of discussions and accusations against the Lutherans. And they call themselves the Evangelical I think. And they. They needed to address and so the Augsburg Confession was an attempt. By the Lutherans to go and present to the emperor, their beliefs in an orderly fashion show that they were aligned with the historic faith. It was important for the Lutherans to show they were not starting a new religion. So the Augsburg Confession is written from a tone of unity. And we're going to kind of place the Augsburg. Confession in some of the time line of the reformation now. The Augsburg Confession was presented as a confession of the truth of God's Holy Word and they that was important for the Lutherans that they they didn't WanNa just have it be. This thing that only argued about the things that were in conflict, and in fact, the first twenty one articles are about the things that they think every Christian should hold together articles twenty, two through twenty eight. Those are things that are more in dispute. So let's put it into a October thirty first fifteen, seventeen. October thirty first fifteen seventeen is when Martin Luther famously. Nailed his ninety five theses to the to the church door in Wittenberg asking for all comers to to argue with him on these points those those points, those ninety five theses were taken down and distributed throughout all of Europe and within two weeks are people in France people all over the Western world. We're aware of what was in those ninety five theses, and they immediately saw that this was a direct attack on a lot of the a lot of the the the core principles. Or the perceived core principles of the of the Roman Catholic Church, and so the Medieval Catholic Church indulgences repentance and the authority of Pope, all being challenged. Then the Diet of Worms Fifteen, twenty, one luther stood before the emperor and gave his famous here. I stand speech We discussed this in an earlier episode but this is that defining moment for luther because after the Diet of worms, he declared an outlaw for the purposes of the Augsburg Confession he was not able to attend. The Diet in Augsburg. So right after that luther was stolen away he was were those who who felt that for his own good and they were probably right. They, put him in the castle and he sort of hit out for quite a while and then and then he came out and and remain safe there in Wittenberg. For Pretty, much Wittenberg and the surrounding area for pretty for the rest of his life. Yeah. So we're Frederick do is was and then elector John Magnanimous and the steadfast those to John's they kept luther safe in terms of the timeline of interaction between the holy Roman Empire and Luther. The next thing that comes up after the Diet of worms in fifteen twenty one is the Diet of Spire Fifteen, twenty six..

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"medieval catholic church" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"medieval catholic church" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Asking about the pope and Notre Dom. Yes, he did actually phone president the French president, but Clun and expressed his solidarity over the fire just hours after the Vatican culture minister offered art experts that could possibly advise on the reconstruction efforts because there's been a billion dollars that had been donated also send a message of condolence to the archbishop of Paris in which he calls Notre Dame the architect architectural gem of collective memory. That's I'm sorry. It's a mistake it reaches his architectural. Jim. It's they take keep taking the word church out of this all on purpose krone yesterday. Did you hear this? I'd be completely open to the idea of making this multicultural religious institution. Okay. So away, we're the Catholics. Now. How come the pope is insane something, it's a Catholic church? Leave it again. He's calling it an architectural gem. That's awful in a collective memory. He's not calling it the, you know, the most amazing gothic, medieval Catholic church ever Bill. It's a church call it as such architectural jam. So speaking of gems this man's walking down appreciate sidewalk, and he finds a rooster lying there. And apparently the cock is what they call. It embarrassed is like the symbol for Peres. This thing came off the top of the spire that line. Oh god. Flu couple city blocks while it landed perfectly pristine and now it's on EBay. You can buy it. Onto it architecture. Wait a minute. Okay. That more coming up. All right. Thanks,.

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"medieval catholic church" Discussed on CNN 10 (video)

CNN 10 (video)

05:20 min | 3 years ago

"medieval catholic church" Discussed on CNN 10 (video)

"It. With the fire out Notre dawn. French officials historians coming through the cathedral stock of what's left. There was a lot say the two hours and facade at the front. What many people in vision when they think of Notre Dom? They're still standing a pair of city hall spokesperson says the cathedral's most significant treasures were saved including what Neutra Dom calls its most precious and venerated relic. A crown of thorns, which many believe is the crown of thorns that was placed on the head of Jesus Christ. The chaplain of the Paris fire service is being called a hero for rescuing that and other artifacts, and the cathedral's great organ is safe scores of the relics that survived were taken to the Louvre museum. What was lost the cathedral spire large parts of its roof and its ancient vaulted ceiling the central part of the building was damaged the Paris fire. Brigade says it's not known yet. What caused the fire? A French government spokesman says it could be months before the full scope of the damage is known an arrest rationing. Expert expects it will take ten to fifteen years to fully rebuild Notre dump. The Vatican has offered its technical expertise in restoring the medieval Catholic church, and as far as funding goes, French philanthropists and businesses have pledged more than seven hundred million dollars donations to restore the cathedral that gives you one sense of what Notre Dom means to France, here's another Victor Hugo's novel. The Hunchback of Notre Dom became the best selling book on Amazon France shortly after the fire took place. A different addition of the same novel was the second best selling book for third sense of the building significance here. CNN's? Phil black. How do you measure the profound value of one old building to a nation to the world? Perhaps when people stop in the street to weep and pray because of its paschel distraction when the French president openly Hsieh's that grief, David on an efforts to save it a broadcast everywhere. Notre dumb is among the most famous famous buildings thirteen million people. Visit every year countless mole STAN before tilt a heads up and gaze at the extrordinary vertical scale, divest, rose windows, and the many Onate sculptures guarding its exterior goggles saints and angels old features that make it a masterpiece of the gothic style but few visitors. So this he to tumble at twenty thousand special broadcast by local network. Fron Stu showed these images of the centuries-old woodwork supporting the roof does so much oak here. It's known as the forest of Notre down the same timber structures. That would just a few months later FIDA Thia that threatened to destroy the whole cathedral Notre dumb. How lady of Paris has stood since the twelve hundreds a building in constant evolution is. Artisan craftsman altered and repaired the structure and its decorations the towering Tim spy now lost to the flames was added in the hundreds often a symbol and reflection of French political power the cathedral was banned allies through the French revolution. While Napoleon Bonaparte used it to reinstate Menaka cruel with his coronation as emperor later. French Republican leads the nation's presidents on it hit to this service was military hero and statesmen shall Dego. Notre Dame survived the violence, and occupation of war more recently terrorist attacks in Paris, sort become a focus for the nation's grief. Gration for autists across many envelopes. None more important than Victor Hugo's novel published in English as The Hunchback of Notre down before the flames time in whether the cathedral's determined and powerful enemies desperately needed. Restoration work was already underway. Now saving. Notre dumb has become a critical goal all of fronts in place famed the beautiful old buildings one stood above all others as an icon of the nation story, and the French people are not ready to let it go. Phil black CNN. None. The next US presidential election is more than a year and a half away. So why would we address it this far out because twenty candidates already have US President Donald Trump, a Republican has filed his reelection paperwork. He did the day. He was sworn into the presidency in recent months, one Republican and eighteen Democrats have officially announced their challenging President Trump for the job. And there are several other Democrats who are thinking about joining the race. This all culminates in the presidential election on November third twenty twenty and along the way voters events travel and a lot of money all come into play.

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"medieval catholic church" Discussed on Christ is the Cure

Christ is the Cure

04:39 min | 3 years ago

"medieval catholic church" Discussed on Christ is the Cure

"I would love to hear your thoughts on this. So is the bible Catholic because the cannon was made at a Catholic council thoughts. The Catholic council that included the for came much later than the accepted books were already accepted in the bible. You have today in fact that the Bible's including the Apocrypha. So some people say that the puck was included in the King James stuff like that. But it was it was included in the back in a separate section, and it was noted to be good for history. But it was not considered canon Ken was formed through the theological understanding of the fact that God has spoken. He used these people to speak those are divine writings because of that. And that's that. So the canon was not determined in the way that people like to say nowadays with Cathal some being counseled and stuff like that. But it was created through consensus of the church as recognized documents. They were not added to the by. Able they were not accepted as they were recognized. I think there's a distinction to be said there, and I wish I can answer this better. But I just haven't gotten there yet. I'm going to be reading a book on it, actually. So if you wanna read a book on it too, Cana, revisited, Michael Kruger, and he talked about this as well that there's a relationship between covenant and the expectation of written word, and so that becomes reality. In terms of like, some of the apocryphal books that are found like Maccabi Maccabi as and Toby Keith those were rejected by the Jews way earlier, they were not a part of the scriptures earlier. And so the fact that those were entered into later just goes to show that you know, there's something there, and he noticed with I believe the Catholic canon is alternately those old Desmond books that were rejected before. But know that the bible is not Catholic in terms of Roman Catholicism. It is Catholic in terms of it belongs to the universal body of Christ. That is legitimately a church. I think there's that distinction of make there too. But I do think that there is that since of thority that is propagated from Rome Cathal Catholicism that is we put together the bible there for. Therefore, we have equal authority with the bible. But honestly whenever you consider. The medieval Catholic church in those claims there's this inconsistency. There's this assumption that what they had have now was always there from the beginning of the church till I don't know just say the fourth century. So that their view is arches always been around. What we have now was just built off of the past. And that's the fact, but they they assume the sacred tradition into the old, and they read that into the early church fathers, and they assume that that's the thority. So whenever they say that we put together the cannon. They see this one stream that isn't actually there because you basically find them reading into church history. And there's a problem with that that of course, is kind of a complex issue that I probably did not just you right here. But I think that is a short way of answering that. I think that is all the questions I'm going to take for this week. I am reading a lot. And so I think that we're going to have some interesting conversations in the next year last week. I the privileged talking to several brothers who were very pleasant and encouraging me, and it was exactly what I needed. And so I thank God for those men who just out of God's providence were happy to encourage me. And it was a beautiful thing. And I greatly. Appreciate it. And so I'm looking forward to continue continuing with you guys throughout two thousand nineteen and a half some ideas of perhaps a discipleship series or something like that. So what the kind of Jilin ideas? And then we'll hopefully we'll have some guests or something whenever I kind of get my bearings back because right now things seem kind of out of place, I'm trying to just new changes. And it's kind of throwing me for a loop. With that all being said, I hope you guys have a great weekend. Goblets all any questions comes to concerns feel free to Email me. I'm happy to discuss it similar thoughts on these questions. What do you think? And I hope you joy, the previous episodes. Thank you very much for all your feedback. And thank you for your continued love and support. God bless you. All.

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