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Uvalde schools look to fire Chief Arredondo after shooting

AP News Radio

01:01 min | 3 weeks ago

Uvalde schools look to fire Chief Arredondo after shooting

"The ivaldi Texas school districts top official was recommending the district police chief be fired The uvalde school board will consider firing police chief Pete ere dando at a special meeting Saturday State officials have accused aerodyne to making several critical mistakes During the May 24th mass shooting at rob elementary 19 students and two teachers were killed At a school board meeting Monday Michael Brown the father of a student who survived asked superintendent hell hero about the police response Do you think our officers that were in the schoolroom that day did their job yes or no No not what I saw So if they didn't do their job why are we still employing them The audio courtesy of KSA TV If fired arradondo would become the first officer ousted from his job following the deadliest Texas school shooting in history I'm Mike

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Why Mark Meckler Is a Proponent of the Convention of States

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:26 min | 5 months ago

Why Mark Meckler Is a Proponent of the Convention of States

"At the NRB in Nashville. I'm sitting down with Mark meckler. If you know of him, it's perhaps because you're familiar with something called the convention of states. I've been talking to Rick santorum about that. Mark meckler welcome. Thanks for having me. How did you come to this idea of I want to talk about what the convention of states is. But what is your story about how you came to be a proponent of this idea? Because this is very big stuff. There's no way around it. The idea of a convention state is in the constitution, no one has ever done it in 200 and whatever 40 years. No one has ever done this. Nobody's even threatened to do it. And threatening to do it, you and Rick santorum and others, I approve of it dramatically wholeheartedly. I'm excited. But how did you get you, Mark meckler, to this point? I mean, in short version 11 years ago, I was one of the people to start the Tea Party movement. So in 2010, we get this incredible wave election, the biggest swing Congress since 1938. And they don't do anything. I mean, it literally don't do anything nothing changes. They do Jack. Right. And then we get the center. They didn't do anything. It's that they did do Jack. Well, so then you get the Senate. They told us if we just had the Senate and then they don't do Jack or they do Jack again. Yeah. Right? And then I just thought, well, it doesn't work. Nothing's working. That's 8th grade civics, right? If you elect the right people, they'll do what you send them to do, but it doesn't actually work that way. And I had a friend by the name of Mike Ferris came to me. He's really the founder of the homeschool movement in America. Asked me if I was happy with what I had accomplished in politics. And you would think having helped to elect the largest swing class in history, I'd be pretty excited. And my answer was, no, it's I'm frustrated. I'm wasting my life. It's dismal. It seems to me like correct me if I'm wrong, but it seems like so you get these people elected. They go to Washington, but there is something inherently pernicious about Washington, D.C.. It does something to people that is not good, and so you're thinking, okay, what is the way out of this mess? Well, so what fair says to me is you're approaching the problem incorrectly. You think we have a personnel problem, but we have a structure problem, which is

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"michael brown" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:13 min | 5 months ago

"michael brown" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Michael Brown, my friend, welcome. Great to be with you, Eric. Thanks for the memories. You've got a great story, which we're not going to get into today. We've talked about that many times on the program before, but you have a new book out, and unfortunately it's very important. The book is titled the silencing of the lambs, the ominous rise of cancel culture, and how we can overcome it. So what do you say in the book, roughly speaking? There really is an attempt to shut us up to silence us to cancel us to marginalize us and to put us in a place where we can not speak up and get our message out. When I say us, I mean followers of Jesus with conservative biblically based values, I'm not paranoid about this. In fact, a large part of the book is strategies as to how we can overcome. But this is real. I mean, we're in a situation today where it's not just a matter of we disagree with you. But we have to cancel you out. You know, in China, we'll talk about someone with disappeared. They use it as a vowel. They were disappeared. They suddenly, they're not there anymore, or under Soviet Union. Some of this disappearance, they're blanked out. They're blotted out. That's what's happening in a different way. Barry Weiss has spoken up about this. She was in New York Times journalist, a liberal feminist quote, married to another woman and she found the atmosphere in New York Times for her to be so toxic that if you raise a narrative, you are not just criticized but you would cancel she called it social murder and it's so extreme now that you have voices like the irreverent atheist Bill Maher or reverend Jewish comedian Sarah Silverman or actors like Alec Baldwin or sports personalities like Dana White and they're all raising their voice against this Nick Cave singer songwriter in Australia said that cancel culture is mercy's antithesis. So you do one wrong thing. 15 years ago, something in your useful days. It comes out today. You can lose your

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'The Silencing of the Lambs' With Author Michael Brown

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:13 min | 5 months ago

'The Silencing of the Lambs' With Author Michael Brown

"Michael Brown, my friend, welcome. Great to be with you, Eric. Thanks for the memories. You've got a great story, which we're not going to get into today. We've talked about that many times on the program before, but you have a new book out, and unfortunately it's very important. The book is titled the silencing of the lambs, the ominous rise of cancel culture, and how we can overcome it. So what do you say in the book, roughly speaking? There really is an attempt to shut us up to silence us to cancel us to marginalize us and to put us in a place where we can not speak up and get our message out. When I say us, I mean followers of Jesus with conservative biblically based values, I'm not paranoid about this. In fact, a large part of the book is strategies as to how we can overcome. But this is real. I mean, we're in a situation today where it's not just a matter of we disagree with you. But we have to cancel you out. You know, in China, we'll talk about someone with disappeared. They use it as a vowel. They were disappeared. They suddenly, they're not there anymore, or under Soviet Union. Some of this disappearance, they're blanked out. They're blotted out. That's what's happening in a different way. Barry Weiss has spoken up about this. She was in New York Times journalist, a liberal feminist quote, married to another woman and she found the atmosphere in New York Times for her to be so toxic that if you raise a narrative, you are not just criticized but you would cancel she called it social murder and it's so extreme now that you have voices like the irreverent atheist Bill Maher or reverend Jewish comedian Sarah Silverman or actors like Alec Baldwin or sports personalities like Dana White and they're all raising their voice against this Nick Cave singer songwriter in Australia said that cancel culture is mercy's antithesis. So you do one wrong thing. 15 years ago, something in your useful days. It comes out today. You can lose your

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Jury Clears Former Kentucky Officer in Breonna Taylor Case

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:19 min | 5 months ago

Jury Clears Former Kentucky Officer in Breonna Taylor Case

"Louisville, remember the police officer Brett hankison, he's the only police officer who was ever charged in connection with the raid that resulted in the death of Breonna Taylor. That officer was acquitted of all charges yesterday. Now, funny how the cops acquittal didn't get that kind of media attention that the death of Breonna Taylor itself received was a shocking story. It was heartbreaking for certainly her family and for many, many people all over the world, Breonna Taylor became went right up there with George Floyd and Michael Brown and all these other police shootings. She had been in bed when police officers broke through her door. She was a 26 year old emergency medical technician. She was shot multiple times. She died at the scene, while the police officer was charged with three counts of wanton endangerment. This is the guy that fired the bullets into her home and it took the jury only three hours to find the officer, not guilty.

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Why Does Gen Z Believe Leftist Garbage?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:14 min | 10 months ago

Why Does Gen Z Believe Leftist Garbage?

"Welcome back to one on one with me, Sebastian, and amala E. So, you are at the forefront. You are probably the newest national personality for this amazing institution that is pragya university. Will you tell us a little bit about first because you're in the trenches? Will you tell us why? Generates, what are you Generation Z, what are you? Yeah, I am. Okay. So why does Gen Z? Believe all this garbage. Break it down for us. Is it just the schools or tell us how they believed what you believed? I think it's a multitude of things. I think schooling is really important. I think that's a big part of it now, although it wasn't such a big part of it when I was younger, but the rise of CRT, critical race theory and DEI, diversity equity and inclusion is particularly putting young people at risk to believe this sort of ideology. But I think more so than that. It's social media and mainstream media. What they do is they pull these emotional stories. I'll talk about it in my case, things like tamir rice, Eric Garner, Michael Brown, the police brutality narrative. I was inundated with that narrative by mainstream media and by social media. And of course, you hear these harrowing stories of abuse. And so you'll like a post talking about how Michael Brown was shot and killed for being black and suddenly that's all you see on your social media feeds. And the big tech overlords are cognizant of that. They're pushing this sort of ideology to young people and everybody on their platforms. So I was getting it from social media. I was getting it from mainstream media. And then I had the brilliant combination of also getting it from my mother at home. And it didn't matter how successful I was as a young black female. I went through school. I was valedictorian of my high school. I worked a job after school. I started my own club at school. I got all these scholarships. I was inquired by Yale to go to Yale. And yet you would have asked me and I would have told you, I'm a press because I'm a black woman in America. And it's because these emotional stories that do not speak to a larger truth or a larger systemic pattern are so pervasive and they're able to cut through actual logic and reason when it comes to young

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Rep. Cori Bush Doubles Down on Defunding the Police

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:04 min | 1 year ago

Rep. Cori Bush Doubles Down on Defunding the Police

"I'm not sure about the timing of the corey bush interview according to reporting out of chicago the man who is responsible for gunning down twenty nine this twenty nine year old officer ella. French was out had been arrested just a few months ago for felony gun. Possession has that bail reform working For our cities and states. How's that working. Democrats but corrie bush. Who i'm sure is all about bail reform as a progressive. She's a progressive. Here's what a progressive sounds like doubling down on the insane insistence the we must fund the police here. She was yesterday on cnn. So i know you've seen that. Republicans are pointing to the fact that you said you have your own security. Almost in the same breath advocating for defunding. The police do want to emphasize. i understand. You have security protection because you have received multiple death threats but the clip that i just played as being used in attack ads against not not you but not just you but other democrats so could those comments end up being harmful to your fellow democrats politically speaking. I think what we have to look at is the fact that i made it to congress in in twenty twenty. I was elected to congress. And we're still fighting the same fight. We're still fighting to save black lives. That was not. That work was not done before i got here. This is the reason why iran was to save lives to save my son's life. It was because michael brown who we're fighting for trying to get justice for is because he didn't get justice inbounder myers didn't get justice and gene pow didn't get justice and so many others that is why and because that was that was not fixed before i got here so then come at me and say you're the reason why we have these problems. No the the reason why we have these problems is because those that were in power and could have fixed this problem before now did and cost it. Costs

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"michael brown" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:18 min | 1 year ago

"michael brown" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"When she was an atheist but she came to see she believed in personally volt satanic evil and she said well if they're satanic evil. There's got to be a god. That was actually part of my story. I read m scott pecs book people of belie and when i realized that their satanic evil i thought well that's easy if there's anything outside of this material world if i see evil there's got to be good god has to be real. How how does that work for nancy. Because i want to talk to you a little bit about that. Yeah well somehow. When when we first started talking a matter at church we started talking and for some reason ended up telling my demons. But that's the normal thing. I talk about and things i'd heard about in my church past history or things i'd seen or what i saw on the scriptures and it was fascinating her and she was asking me lots and lots of questions about this and then i was praying for her. She come back to another service and so on was opening our heart. And i believe she was on a way to take the bus one day. And it's like the light went on and she realized that she could not deny personified evil in the world that it wasn't just all random it wasn't just people doing random wicked things but there really was a force being called satan. At that moment it was the light going on. Then god must be real and then it was in the midst of me sharing the gospel with her in us praying for her and but you know she likes to say no. You didn't lead me to the lord. God save me because no human being could convince her. No human arguments could convince her not only. Is she a massive realist. But but she she. She's convinced of something. The world can crumble around her. she's not gonna move. I mean she is in that sense of stubborn human. Being as imaginable she conviction she can't tonight conviction but it's if god himself now said i am here and real and then the revelation of his love to the cross that overwhelming revelation when you're talking about antisemitism and you've written a number of books The new ones called christian antisemitism. But it always seems to be clear that there's a demonic level when you're dealing with antisemitism this particular hatred of the jews that seems to infect people you can just read the comments on a video that you put up. There's just something nasty it. It's an anti christ's spirit quoting scripture. But you can. You can smell it. Yeah listen. I'm in the midst of controversy. Dan night because i tackle controversial issues and try to do a graciously and people go back in for. I get attacked a lot. But the moment i'll deal with this. I what i will for example. Say yeah i disagree with the talmud. I just moved the authority of the tomlin rabbinic authority but no the thomas does not sanction pedophilia. That's false next thing. I'm told you're anti christ right. Hang hang on. Mike this is. This is such hot stuff. We're gonna be right back folks. I'm talking to dr michael brown christian. Antisemitism is the new book talking to michael l..

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Can You Know God? Moving From Head to Heart Knowledge With Michael Brown

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:08 min | 1 year ago

Can You Know God? Moving From Head to Heart Knowledge With Michael Brown

"Of my friends were coming from a different point of view and before i met jesus i was coming from that point of view. Like you know you. Can't you can't know. God you can talk about him. Maybe but you can't know him. Those people are crazy and then when it happens to you you think my friends are going to think. I'm crazy but i can't go back. It's real do you think part of it and i'm sure the book is called. Has god failed you finding faith when you're not even sure god is real. I think a lot of people. They talk a good game as christians but god has not been made real to them and so when they're shaken because its head knowledge and it's not a relationship it can go away yet so i think we have to big problems. One those who just had the head knowledge or they were raised in it and they believed it or they like the tradition or they convinced by arguments about the existence of god or creation of something like that and then when when they really get hit with a massive challenge to their face like daniel wallace when the world's top a new testament greek scholars. He said when he battled with his sons cancer. That's when he realized he had to have an experiential relationship with god that he'd been more intellectual than experiential but then on the flip side you have people who've had a powerful experience but they basically were told you just shut off your brain and then when they start to get into school they get university and they get with the atheistic and skeptical professors love to make our faith they get hit with things got hit with and at that point their experiences somewhat waned so they come under assault. We're supposed to love god with all our heart and all of our mind. So yes that encounter with god. That's joel pads that changes everything and we share an incident. I worked on one of the chapters together. Like going through a journal of her and the agony they went through three years in church as a believer and the questions and the doubts and how they finally came out on the other end when they decided. I'm going to seek god and find him. I'm going to die trying. They got to that place. Desperation gone came

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Why Michael Brown Understands Atheists

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:08 min | 1 year ago

Why Michael Brown Understands Atheists

"When i met at the age of nineteen i have been following jesus than for two and a half years. She was a hardcore atheist. Jewish atheist are mom been married four times. By the time she was eight she concluded there was no god she thought it would be wonderful. If god exists existed this eight years old but concluded that there was no god. So when when i met her she was a really a god. Macher and really thought that that faith like this was just for weak people and to the core of for being. She's a realist. I mean to this day. She is the most realistic person. I know in terms of just call This being honest with re- with reality say and yet god intervened in her life and brought it to himself. He revealed himself In fact the first thing that happened was she realized that personified evil was real and therefore is personified evil. The light went on there is personified. Good and god began to work in her life. But going through this book eric. She helped me a lot because she understands how an atheist thinks and a lot of times. Because there's no such thing as ats That always bothers her because she knows and the court for being what she believed in didn't believe and then many many atheists actually had a very lofty view of god and that god didn't seem to exist that they wanted him to others are intellectual atheists and others are just angry and things like that but there are many that atheists at a disappointment and pain. And i remember when i debated bart ehrman. It'll high state university years back on the problem of suffering. Does the bobble provide an adequate answer to the suffering and i. I was preparing for the debate. And i tell nancy okay. I'm gonna use this argument. Things great gets no is really good because down on. Let me let me tell you what that sounds like. Oh i got it. I see it so she really helps. Sensitize me in writing this. And she has so many times cried herself to sleep at night just with pain and burden for hurting world. That that it's helped me to really wrestle with issues

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"michael brown" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"michael brown" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Sometimes it's that. God fail this but we had a wrong siale aji a superficial theology of just push button and everything goes well. Now that you're a believer just pray and every prayers answered and prosper. Sometimes it's a wrong theology that sets us up for disappointment so we address that in the book deal with the problem of evil. And how do we sort that out. How can you be so much evil and pain and suffering in the world of all good all knowing all powerful god created the world deal with those issues and then the objections to the god of the bible that he's genocidal that he's misogynistic that he's he's megan maniac that he's bigoted and transphobic and homophobic. What about the god of the bible. We tackle all the questions. And here's the thing is it's been almost fifty years in the lord. The end of this year will be fifty years that these are questions people ask and you think about it you gotta work discovered hate gays has got one oppress women. How do we sort this out. The amazing thing is the dp you get. The more you find answers on their goal ultimately is to get people to look at the cross because we just got to the answer when we come back. We're going to dig into that. This is very important. Book is has got failed. You by michael brown will be right back low. Is this earning folks. How many years of. I've been telling you about relief factor. What like four. The truth is i know there are millions of people in fact some say over one hundred million people struggling with some kind of pain maybe from exercise just getting older that i can do it getting older which is why i am so impressed with pete talbot. They are on a mission. You rarely see this kind of focus and commitment seriously. They recently shared with me that they are doubling down and wanted to literally double the total number of happy customers in the next year. And i believe they'll do it. So here's the deal if you're struggling with back neck shoulder hip or knee pain. Even general muscle aches and pains than i'm suggesting you order their three week. Quickstart still discounted to only nine hundred ninety five about a dollar a day to see if we can get you at a painting and then after that less than the cost.

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"michael brown" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"michael brown" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"I want to keep talking about this book. Has god failed. You a lotta time. You hear people a lot of times. You hear people say things like that that they just turned off. something happened. And it's heartbreaking. Because you realize that i realized that god really is your answer and it just breaks my heart that people have had these experiences that pushed them away from the very source. That would help them. So what do we say to people. When in your book has got failed you what do you say. I have a chapter called permission to doubt which is based on a verse in jude that never hear preached on have mercy on those who doubt saying. It's okay to come with your questions. It's okay to be honest. I wrote a whole commentary on job. And i still some of the wisdom from that what we learned from job. How job challenged god. But he challenged because he was a man of faith any felt. It's not supposed to be like this. And what we lay out in the book is the concerns the burdens you have got agrees with many of them. You're writing feelings. What god himself is grieved over these things which leads to the questionable wisely act immediately wasn't it wasn't bring about change really so we we unpack that in the book we go through. Wi prayers can be unanswered. But what god can be doing through it and how we can know the truth of god in the midst of it. We go through some of our wrong sociology. Sometimes it's that. God fail this but we had a wrong siale aji a superficial theology of just push button and everything goes well. Now that you're a believer just pray and every prayers answered and prosper. Sometimes it's a wrong theology that sets us up for disappointment so we address that in the book deal with the problem of evil. And how do we sort that out. How can you be so much evil and pain and suffering in the world of all good all knowing all powerful god created the world deal with those issues and then the objections to the god of the bible that he's genocidal that he's misogynistic that he's he's megan maniac that he's bigoted and transphobic and homophobic. What about the god of the bible. We tackle all the questions. And here's the thing is it's been almost fifty years in the lord. The end of this year will be fifty years that these are questions people ask and you think about it you gotta work discovered hate gays has got one oppress women. How do we sort this out. The amazing thing is the dp you get. The more you find answers on their goal ultimately is to get people to look at the

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Permission to Doubt: Has God Failed You With Author Michal Brown

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:36 min | 1 year ago

Permission to Doubt: Has God Failed You With Author Michal Brown

"I want to keep talking about this book. Has god failed. You a lotta time. You hear people a lot of times. You hear people say things like that that they just turned off. something happened. And it's heartbreaking. Because you realize that i realized that god really is your answer and it just breaks my heart that people have had these experiences that pushed them away from the very source. That would help them. So what do we say to people. When in your book has got failed you what do you say. I have a chapter called permission to doubt which is based on a verse in jude that never hear preached on have mercy on those who doubt saying. It's okay to come with your questions. It's okay to be honest. I wrote a whole commentary on job. And i still some of the wisdom from that what we learned from job. How job challenged god. But he challenged because he was a man of faith any felt. It's not supposed to be like this. And what we lay out in the book is the concerns the burdens you have got agrees with many of them. You're writing feelings. What god himself is grieved over these things which leads to the questionable wisely act immediately wasn't it wasn't bring about change really so we we unpack that in the book we go through. Wi prayers can be unanswered. But what god can be doing through it and how we can know the truth of god in the midst of it. We go through some of our wrong sociology. Sometimes it's that. God fail this but we had a wrong siale aji a superficial theology of just push button and everything goes well. Now that you're a believer just pray and every prayers answered and prosper. Sometimes it's a wrong theology that sets us up for disappointment so we address that in the book deal with the problem of evil. And how do we sort that out. How can you be so much evil and pain and suffering in the world of all good all knowing all powerful god created the world deal with those issues and then the objections to the god of the bible that he's genocidal that he's misogynistic that he's he's megan maniac that he's bigoted and transphobic and homophobic. What about the god of the bible. We tackle all the questions. And here's the thing is it's been almost fifty years in the lord. The end of this year will be fifty years that these are questions people ask and you think about it you gotta work discovered hate gays has got one oppress women. How do we sort this out. The amazing thing is the dp you get. The more you find answers on their goal ultimately is to get people to look at the

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"michael brown" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

07:45 min | 1 year ago

"michael brown" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Yeah i'm talking to michael l brown. Dr michael brown my friend. Mike you were just saying About we were just talking about evil And we were talking about anti semitism of finish. That thought if you can remember what it was. Yeah absolutely so. I'm used to hostile comments coming my way. Of course it just comes with being a public figure in tackling controversial issues but the amazing thing is when christians will accuse me of things when i'll just tell the truth about the talent. I'll say i'm not a jew. I don't believe rabbinic authority. I don't believe this. Oral law. Going back to moses but the talmud does not sanction. Pedophilia that's an intranet myth. When i say that i now become the enemy and i documented like give examples in christian anti semitism of the type of responses. We get so. I've been called the anti christ for that. I'm not really saved. I'm secretly working for the orthodox jewish communities kebab for example secretly infiltrated church. To turn the church over to judy izing. I'm almost saudi agent seriously and the and then people will be quoting scripture to back their position. Let's just want to interrupt mike. The devil quoted scripture yell aiden quoted scripture. Some there's nothing magic about scripture if the devil wants to use god's word for evil you know This is a free world and that level of evil exists to use god's holy word for evil so when people quote scripture. It's a particular kind of evil. That's going to use scripture against god and just to make things really simple we've all gone to the dentist. We got a problem with some twos and he takes as little metal tool. There's that now south Now that's the one okay hits it. That's what happens the anti semitism it when you expose it. It hits a nerve. But there is one evangelical station with a youtube channel. That was several hundred thousand subscribers. I believe in it and a good online following and well produced tv network and they turned blatantly anti semitic during the first impeachment trial of the president. They said it's a juku tried to remove the president. So i challenge him. I says no way wait. You said that. You've got that trump in and the jews run. The white house is another two groups of jews there. The pro-trump jews. They got him in the anti-trump jews. They're trying to get him out. So the jews run everything and then they began to warn but they literally began to warn on their tv network as civil wars coming to america when jews coming to power millions of people die. You better make sure you're armed. I i mean literally. You have to tell me who who is. Who was putting this out and rick rick wiles and true news tear you. Try news shame. Shame shame on these people. God help these sick people. I hear this. i can't even believe it. They even said isis doesn't exist. It's it's an israeli operation. They gave an alter call for people who were praying for jerusalem and believing that god wanted to bless jerusalem to repent of that sent to turn to jesus so we call them out over this. I'll put out a video dealing with this stuff and suddenly it gets swarmed thumbs-down. You're anti christ. You're of the devil. We knew you weren't really saved brown. That proves it. You think what kind of magnus is this and sometimes because i do q and eight live calling on my radio show all the someone calls in oh year and a half ago and they said tetra true that under the no hide laws the seven. Laws of noah juicer universal for all people that they're going to start beheading christians in the years ahead and that the teams are being sent to america. I said when i mar. I said this is more likely to santa costs. Coming down your chimney then that happening next thing. I'm getting swarmed by people taking and people with bigger youtube channels in mead saying how can you deny this. This is coming. We know it's coming. So people are believing all kinds of crazy things. And you and i know that if there's a conspiracy theory it's ultimately go fall on one particular people. The jews are guilty and again. I wished i didn't have to write christian anti semitism but it had to be written and there's a lot of theology we get into the wrong notions replacement theology. The churches replaced israel and close out the book by saying. Hey if god's finished with the jewish people people if they forever cursed for rejecting jesus in they're all culpable of the crucifixion of christ. Why is jesus coming back to jerusalem of all places. What does that imply. What is structure say is going to happen in jerusalem when he returns well first of all. I think implied. There's no santa claus. And i don't want anybody to walk away from this program saying no santa claus. No seriously you you you know we were talking about a moment ago there's something satanic and god is a god of order and clarity and these people there are people who can be the who can believe anything and i've encountered them and they get very emotional and they start you know they don't care about the facts they got some idea in their head and what you're talking about. Is people like that no matter what you tell them and so really. It is a spiritual issue because they there is no logic that the kind of person who will tell you no matter what you say. The jews the jews the jews. I never heard the term juku unbelievable but yet there are people like that and the internet. Of course this stuff proliferates. Because of the internet's the perfect breeding ground for this kind of fungus. And then you have someone like a comedian owen. Benjamin dennis prager you. Video with conservative views starts getting by catholic scholar e michael jones and actually had on. I'm a radio. Show to talk for an hour. And in the in the seattle agenda. Michael jones every jew consciously rejects. God's lagos's his wisdom his word his truth and every jew ultimately then as a rebel against god and you can just make the corporate statement. The jews killed christ so he becomes influential. You know fringe catholic. Scholar now with becomes influential. Well we know a somewhat. the jews crucified. Jesus first of all anybody who has the most basic understanding of god and the bible knows we all crucify. Jesus our sins crucify jesus so the idea that somebody is thinking so sloppily that they put jews in a box. You know i it sort of. It's fundamentally logical. I mean you don't have to go very far because it it flies in the face of the most basic christiane christian theology from the beginning of time. We my sins on the cross. So the idea that i can say but the jews are more guilty. It's like saying they have a little bit more original sin. I mean it's it's utterly preposterous from the foundation. Yeah plus god sent his son to die for our sins. Plus jesus said no one takes my life. I lay down so yes. Peter in acts preaching to the jewish crown jerusalem some of whom were culpable in hand. Jesus over to the romans you crucified him. He rebukes them. But when paul is preaching outside of of the land in acts thirteen he doesn't tell the jewish people there and some years later you all guilty of the crucifixion. Jesus now of course. Not or the idea that libby today in jerusalem thinks that jesus and the holocaust or basically said forgive me. We're going to a hard break when.

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"michael brown" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"michael brown" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Is called irony. it's irony please. Make note of it and some of these people. They searched for god and that's search stopped when they look in the mirror. I've never heard that before. You just come up with that. Because i'd like to purchase that from you okay. It's on my t shirt. So chris we have dr michael brown now. But you're the one that we have michael brown coming up after this. And what's he talking about. He's talking about anti semitism in any comes out against it. Well it looks that way you kind of you know little whiff you on some of that stuff. Michael brown case people know who he is. He is a long island. Ju i love him so much. I heard him preach attempts court church like thirty years ago. He became a christian. He was like totally drugged out. He was he was like a very messed up like teenager and he came to faith at like an italian pentecostal church in long island. Some insane like that and he is one of the giants of the faith of our time. I love him and whenever he writes book people need to listen but especially. He has spoken brilliantly on the subject of antisemitism for years i heard him talk about this In new haven actually was at yale. After i graduated but he He made the point that the reason anti-semitism is so popular is because it's out of the pit of hell so if you're looking for a group demonize you're going to demonize the group that god chose to bring messiah into the world. You're going to choose the group that god chose to bring him to the whole world and he's just fantastic so he's coming up in the next segment. Yeah chaos some. We do have to talk about christian solidarity international but i will to. I choose to christmas holiday okay. There are people enslaved right now literally. Enslaved in and the muslim radicals in that area have no theological problem with slavery. Just as idiot christians once upon a time had no theological problems with slavery and so we being enlightened Twenty first century christians understand. Slavery is an abomination to god who.

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"michael brown" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"michael brown" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

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'Black America's Attorney General' Seems to Be Everywhere

AP News Radio

01:03 min | 1 year ago

'Black America's Attorney General' Seems to Be Everywhere

"I'm Julie Walker some call him black America's Attorney General his lawyer Ben Crump and he's been very busy taking on the case is a black Americans killed by police the Florida attorney has become a powerful figure in the movement seeking equality and justice a civil rights activist al Sharpton you check the general for black America because people can go to hell what application crop represents the families of George Florida Brianna Taylor long before that there was Trayvon Martin and Michael brown he's one multi billion dollar settlements push to ban certain police tactics and last year just after Floyd's death he told a congressional committee on police reform we have right now part two systems of justice one for white Americans and another for black Americans probably earned about inequality at an early age describing that in elementary school he found out a white classmates weekly allowance was as much as what his mother made in a week working two jobs I'm Julie Walker

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2 Passengers Sue United Airlines Over Engine Explosion

The Situation with Michael Brown

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

2 Passengers Sue United Airlines Over Engine Explosion

"On Broome filled are now suing the airline. The passengers were on United flight 3 28, February 20th when one of the plane engines exploded shortly after takeoff from DEA. The passengers say they were traumatized in the 24 minutes between the explosion and the plane landing back a DEA they're suing for at least $50,000 in damages for significant trauma and distress. Passengers live in Hawaii and aviation attorney in Chicago filed the lawsuits. Laura Hatch K away news radio, Let's get back to traffic

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PK Problems

You Had Me At Black

02:02 min | 1 year ago

PK Problems

"So growing up in the black church. It always felt like home. Always commute with a smile with with a hug with the kiss was love. Everyone knew we spent all day and service. I mean literally we were. We were the charges that would go and start at like eleven and then in three and then have a break and go to church chicken and then come back at five or six and stay all night until it was like okay. We have to go to school tomorrow. Can we please go home. And my dad being a pastor and my mom being bring really involved in the ministry it was family. It wasn't perfect. You know it was messy at times. It was in a drama it was. You didn't really have to stand up and tell all your business by you sentiment testimony time right but it did feel like home. I would always tell people you know when they asked. When i was really young wannabe and i would always tell them. I wanna be a pastor. I want to be a preacher in a like my my father all really new so in twenty fourteen married and we had moved into a community called fairfield alabama. Just right outside of birmingham and we really felt called to invest in the community that was majority black. A my wife had worked at a group home in that community. We had friends that were still house parents at that group home. I was working at that time. In city government also ministry. And so we're like. Hey how can we. How can we invest in and really give back. The church we were at the church. Plant was a majority white church. We were the first one of the first african-american families that were really a part of that church. We felt call to invest. We knew people. And so we're part of this church community that we feel really connected to and were part of a actual community And fairfield that were really connecting with until we find ourselves living in those two worlds and some ways really trying to bridge them together and then michael brown gets

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Bregman homers for 2nd straight day, Astros beat A's again

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Bregman homers for 2nd straight day, Astros beat A's again

"Jose Jose Altuve Altuve a a reached reached base base five five times times and and scored scored four four runs runs as as the the Houston Houston Astros Astros beat beat the the Oakland Oakland Athletics Athletics nine nine to to five five how how to to they they collected collected three three hits hits and and worked worked two two walks walks and and three three two two games games the the Astros Astros leadoff leadoff hitter hitter he's he's reached reached base base in in seven seven of of ten ten plate plate appearances appearances the the only only thing thing mine mine I'm I'm trying trying to to do do right right now now is is get get on on base base obviously obviously I I have have great great hitters hitters behind behind me me Michael Michael brown brown is is pregnant pregnant darker darker everybody everybody Alex Alex Bregman Bregman in in U. U. legal legal Riel Riel hit hit home home runs runs for for Houston Houston who who scored scored the the game's game's first first five five runs runs while while Michael Michael Brantley Brantley smacked smacked three three doubles doubles Chad Chad Pinder Pinder homered homered for for the the ETS ETS while while not not Olson Olson and and Jed Jed Lowrie Lowrie had had two two hit hit nights nights I'm I'm Adams Adams bowling bowling

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Deadly tornadoes hit Alabama

The Situation with Michael Brown

00:13 sec | 1 year ago

Deadly tornadoes hit Alabama

"Away news radio. People in Alabama are starting to see the deadly storm cells that pounded their state all day today to weaken now. Other areas of the South are watching for similar storms that killed five people northeast of

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Boulder mass shooting victims: What we know

The Situation with Michael Brown

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Boulder mass shooting victims: What we know

"Of hope. The Boulder Chamber says it will light the Boulder star for the next 10 nights to remember the victims of the boulders shooting. In Boulder today, Officer tallies Patrol car is a growing memorial to him. It's now covered with flowers. Each family of the victims has been connected to a victim advocate and a media spokesperson. We've heard today from the family of 25 year old Ricky Olds. They described the King Soopers employee is someone who didn't follow trends, but someone who made them They say Ricky had tenacity and that she had big dreams and always wanted to help others. We also learned more today about the

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Biden Speaks Out Against Mass Shooting in Boulder, CO

The Situation with Michael Brown

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

Biden Speaks Out Against Mass Shooting in Boulder, CO

"The shooting at the Boulder King Soopers, the consequences of all this or deeper than I said, suspect, we know By that I mean the metal consequences. The feeling of anyway, just Through too many of these He's calling for more gun law reform, including closing loopholes for background checks. We are learning more about the 10 people who died in Boulder. The 10 victims who died in the king super shooting were from 20 to 65 years old. The youngest 20 year old Denny stung, worked at the store The frame around his Facebook profile picture says I'm a grocery worker. I can't stay home. 25 year old Ricky Olds and 51 year old Terry Liker also worked. A King Soopers and 62 year old Lyn Murray was a photo director for several fashion magazines. Laura Hatch K Away. NewsRadio, Colorado Congressman Jonah

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Major Biden: From the White House to the dog house?

The Situation with Michael Brown

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

Major Biden: From the White House to the dog house?

"House press secretary Jen Psaki confirms a report that's one of President Biden's dog's injured someone at the White House on Monday. The first family's younger dog Major was surprised by an unfamiliar person and we're acted in a way that resulted in a minor injury to the individual, which was handled by the White House medical unit with no further treatment needed. The dogs were sent to Delaware to be cared for by family friends, while the first lady is traveling this week,

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Daniel Prude Case Reflects Difficulty of Prosecuting Police in New York

Democracy Now! Audio

03:42 min | 1 year ago

Daniel Prude Case Reflects Difficulty of Prosecuting Police in New York

"I wanted to ask you. Ben crump about another case that you're involved with and that's the case of daniel prude. This horrific killing almost a year ago in rochester. Major protests This week because a grand jury refused to charge any of the officers involved. Daniel prude's daughter to share. A prude appeared on cnn. In september calling for the rochester officers involved in the killing to be fired and charged with murder. This is what she said. I will like to see them be fired and charged with murder there. There's video footage of these people suffocating. My father my father was murdered by these police officers. There's no reason why they should be on a paid suspension. They should be arrested in. They should be try as the killers that they are and so now. This grand jury has refused to indict despite the the calls for the charges to be brought by. New york's attorney general letitia james whose office lend the investigation She said Most recently daniel prude was in the throes of a mental health crisis in what he needed was compassion karen help from trained professionals tragically. He received none of those things. Can you talk about the refusal to indict this regrettable that many times because grand jury proceedings are secret. We don't know what evidence was all for it About a prosecutor to the jurors and making their determination we must remember brianna taylor's case And michael brown and ferguson missouri. Case one of the rare instances will we saw the inner workings of the grand jury. We saw that the prosecutors put forth of very weak case and when you put four four week case to get a prosecution then you won't get the grand jury to decide amy. It has been said that a prosecutor can indict a ham sandwich because ninety nine point nine nine nine percent of the time when a prosecutor wants. An indictment are prosecuted. Gets an indictment oftentimes prosecutors. Because they have this symbiotic. Relationship with law enforcement will give greater consideration to police officers than the unknown african american or hispanic citizens that they have no relationship with when they go into a grand jury. Proceeding we saw so many times with throughout the country is historical where they were trying to establish off their as by saying well we presented a grand jury and the grand jury found no probable cause. Will we don't buy that. We know that's part of the intellectual justification of discrimination. That leads to the legalized genocide of black people in america. And that's why we have to have. Systemic reform changed intact coach criminal justice in america as we said at the michael brown graduated decision was announced. The whole system needs to be indicted other than that they will continue to kill. Black people with impunity

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"michael brown" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

08:50 min | 1 year ago

"michael brown" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Football participating McDonald's Tonight Michael Brown joins me here, the former FEMA director talk show host Michael Brown Brownie. No Brownie, You're doing a heck of a job situation with Michael Brown political expert on K Away news radio. Hey, Happy money. Everybody over the weekend, The Wall Street Journal. Published an editorial by Joseph Epstein, who is a former lecture at Northwestern University. Say former because after he published this editorial, this op ed piece in The Wall Street Journal on Saturday, his name got script, which I guess is the latest way to cancel somebody. You just scrub him from ever appearing anywhere. The title of his title of his editorial was. Is there a doctor in the White House? Not if you need an MD a medical doctor. And it's kind of a tongue in cheek piece, but it also has. I mean, it has a point, at least worst worth discussing for a moment. He blessed the fact that Mrs Biden, Mrs Joe Biden, you just heard from Joe Biden? Well, Mrs Biden. Insists, as does her staff. Her husband. And his staff and everybody around them. You only referred to Jill Biden as Dr Biden. Really? Because as who be Goldberg famously of the view, once pointed out. He would love to see Dr Jill Biden as the next certain gents, surgeon general of the United States of America. Only problem with that is Her doctorate is in education. She A Z points out in the editorial. She's not, and she's not an MD. In the in the editorial, Mr Epstein or any like actually to killing Dr Epstein. But he's offended by that, because even though he has a, uh PhD and social sciences and you minute humanities. He argues that in contemporary universities, calling one self doctor is thought to be Bush League. Well. For during the question that because I said Northwestern University's English department Has removed Epstein's profile from the website. You know, this is kind of this is kind of what Stalin used to do. During me will not during the early days, but throughout the stolen regime. He was famous for. You know, you're on the good side one day and then you're on the bad side the next day, And what Stalin would do is any photographs where you know it suddenly you're on the bad side. Old photographs from always altered. So that stolen was never appearing next to somebody that he might have had to have disappeared. Or since with Google log and get murdered. It's kind of like Northwestern University, Northwestern University's English department did. But even the editorial page editor for The Wall Street Journal, Paul G. Go, writes that even he faced calls for cancelation. For the mirror for the mere act of including an op ed piece. That said, You know what? What's this thing about everybody demanding Don't have a respect but demanding that you call Joe Biden, Dr Jill Biden. All jiggle writes that that editorial triggered a flood of media and Twitter criticism. Well, I mean, Twitter's criticizing You mustn't go Shoot yourself now. He says. This is triggered a flood the media and Twitter criticism, including demands that I retract piece apologize personally to Mrs Biden, then Mr Band, Mr Epstein for all time and resigned, and just think upon my sins. Wow. Way are really losing the ability in this country to have a clash of ideas. Losing the ability in this country to have a dissenting opinion. We're losing the ability in this country to have an opinion period. Unless, of course, it fits with the opinion of the mon mob. So why, then? Is there all this hubbub? Over Dr Jill by as I said she got a doctorate in education from the University of Delaware. She's an adjunct English professor of North Virginia Community College, where, as is often the case with just college students in general. They indeed refer to her as Dr Biden. And again. She and Joe Biden insist that she received that address. But the White House is not some college campus. Well, you and I. College students necessarily. Under the tutelage of Dr Biden, where you might if you're in class. You know, refer to, uh, Jill Biden as Dr Biden. It is so needlessly vain and pretentious. As well as confusing. An example of this confusion. Was recently displayed. As I said, I would be Goldberg, mistaking her for a physician and thought she might make a great surgeon general. Here's what I find fascinating. Let's go way back into ancient history to 2013. Oh, my God seven years ago. I mean, probably most of you weren't even alive, or if you were you were just brain dead or something. The Los Angeles Times and one of the editorial writers. Actually wrote a piece that question Mrs Biden's pension for the doctor title. The L A Times wrote. I have lots of friends and a brother in law with PhDs. Not one of them expects to be addressed as doctor. So what's up with Jill Biden? And then he went to point out in the 2013 editorial that Condi Rice Likewise holds a PhD Was always referred to is Mrs Rice, Miss Rice. And that's while she was serving as my old boss is secretary of state. Roll with. Let's just be honest, a lot more responsibility than that of the upcoming potential first lady. I thought back when I read this Los Angeles Times editorial I remember one time, referring to Condi Rice. Putting in the White House. Sit room I referred to as Dr Rice. If you look at me, she said, No, Michael, just you know, Candy or Miss Rice is fine. So I always referred to as Miss Rice in meetings were there remembers of the public or anybody else. And in private county. Here's what I find to be the most insidious aspect of the stupid issue. I think it almost feeds into a narrative that somehow Joe Biden will be able to better deal with Kovar 19 because he's married to a doctor. Now it may be subtle. And the correction is offered. In certain instances like the aforementioned in Ruby Goldberg confusion. But the false narrative, I think, is actually there. By insisting on the title doctor, Mrs Biden. She shows her own pretension. And I think Truthfully, a little personal insecurity. Let's forget all of that for a moment. Let's go back to what happened to the Doctor that there to write an editorial is that they want all the fuss about Dr Jill Biden. He gets canceled. Just like one of Stalin's enemies. He gives whitewashed or photoshopped out of the picture, and then he's disappeared. And then the editorial the editorial page editor. Apology Go just told that he should resign, Retract the editorial and then just go home and think about it. Well, I thought about it today, and I think that what we ought to do is unless you're in that class with Mrs Joe Biden. Just refer to hers. This bike. Well, Mrs by neither, one. But unless I'm in the class, no Dr Jill Biden..

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"michael brown" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"michael brown" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Tonight. Michael Brown joins me here, former FEMA director co host Michael Brown Brownie, No Brownie, You're doing a heck of a job. This situation with Michael Brown political expert on K Away news radio. We'll talk about the faster I thought we would get to something young, little seriously. The notes Friday night and that is earlier this afternoon, the United States Supreme Court in the case of state of Texas vs Michigan, Wisconsin. Pennsylvania in Georgia, who were living out Michigan was constant. Pennsylvania and Georgia. Yeah, I think that those four states The Supreme Court. Just missed throughout the case. They refused to hear the case is the way I should put it technically. Here's the order in depending case, the state of Texas motion for lead to file A bill of complaints denied for lack of standing under Article three of the Constitution. Before I finished the rest of the minute order sister very short order. Standing is a requirement that you be actually impacted. By a case in other words, if if Coop who's filling in tonight for Jesse If Coogan are involved in a car wreck. Some third party can't sue us if they weren't somehow injured by that correct. You just standing. You have to have a you have to have Get your skin in the game. And the court is saying here that Texas doesn't have standing under Article three of the Constitution. No words they're saying, Look, you may be upset about how Georgia Michigan, Wisconsin in Pennsylvania. You may You may be upset about how they chose or how they conducted their elections, but you don't have standing to bring the case. Now It doesn't mean that nobody has standing to do this. But here's what Here's why the Texas case I thought was valid. Because one is between two states, Texas versus other states and those kinds of Supreme Court cases have original jurisdiction in the U. S. Supreme Court. In other words, Texas doesn't have to sue those states in federal District Court in Texas or any of the other states and then work their way up to the Supreme Court. The Supreme Court has original jurisdiction, meaning that that's where the case goes initially. One of the most famous cases. And I misspoke about this the other day. I said it was a case of Oklahoma versus Texas, and it was the territory of Oklahoma versus Texas, and technically, the case was cited as US versus Texas. It was a case involving the Red River, which is the boundary between Texas and Oklahoma. And it's a pretty famous cases a fascinating case, but I won't bore you with the details, but it's an example of there was standing there. And there standing there because both Texas and Oklahoma have an interest in a common boundary. We're here is the Red River. We think this is our boundary. But where along the way Red River. Is it the middle of the river? Is that the northern Bank South Bank? I mean, where? Where is it? And so both states had a reason had a stand had had skin in the game. We need to know where our mutual boundaries are. So, the Supreme Court in the Texas versus Pennsylvania case, said. Look, Texas They don't think they don't say anything other than you don't have standing. So you you don't have an interest in how Georgia, Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania conduct their elections. Doesn't mean that nobody has standing. It just means that Texas doesn't have standing. So I still think That you perhaps could have it CIA case, Although I think I think everybody's getting tired of this. I'm not sure anything's going to happen. But you could have an individual and if any of those states the problem with that is this. Let's say that I lived in Pennsylvania and I wanted to challenge The way the votes were or the way the voting was changed. It was changed my secretary state it wasn't changed by the Pennsylvania Legislature. Well, I might have standing, but the problem is I have to go soon in just recording Pennsylvania Federal District Court in Pennsylvania. Likewise, let's say the Pennsylvania Legislature, things that they have standing and I think they would have standing, claiming that the secretary of state, you know, didn't act properly and violated the Constitution they might have standing. But still they have to start with Federal District Court, meaning it might be years before it gets to the U. S. Supreme Court. Let me go back to the order. In this case, the state of Texas, the court road Texas. You are. Well, we're late, starting just like we really starting anyway. But let's do this. Let's see whether not Darren Copeland's got standing with the traffic and I'll be right back. Well,.

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"michael brown" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"michael brown" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Republican media consumer is a lot more intelligent. Can you think for your When I talk about some of my friends saying that we need to be nice. Do you know that there is And if you follow me on Twitter, and you should be following me on Twitter at Michael Brown, Yusa I just tweeted out. Alexander Acosta Cortez. Once everyone that has ever donated to Trump Volunteered for Trump. Served in the Trump administration. Said Nice things about Trump. Forever whispered in their kitchen. Yeah, I kind of like that guy. She wants to make a list. Sellafield Stasi in Eastern Europe, doesn't it? They literally want to make a list. And then they've actually created a website. Give it to you. If you if you truly want to find the website, you can go find me on Twitter and you can look it up yourself. But you and I signed up for the website. Because you with the website's doing They're tracking all of the people I've just described. They're her track all of them and make a list. And then according to the website, hold those people accountable. What is this? What? What is this? You just Venezuela. That's exactly what they did in Venezuela. Is this communist China because that's exactly what they do with the weaker CZ for dissidents. Is this Cuba? Is this Russia? What is this? Then you won't need to be nice. No, I'll continue to fight for my country and I'll continue to fight for what I believe him and I'll continue to fight for the values that I think this country stands for. Regardless of what happens, regardless of whether Donald Trump wins again or Donald Trump loses. You're listening to the situation with Michael Brown went away news radio. Let's take a break and I'll be right back. Let's imagine a world.

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"michael brown" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

07:48 min | 1 year ago

"michael brown" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Michael Brown joins me here in the former FEMA director Michael Brown round know you're doing the situation with Michael Brown on K Away news radio. Your government is a despicable politician. Anything because I didn't make myself clear Polish is despicable Politician. Imagine that you want to Politicize. I heard that word used in the previous show that you wanted to politicize a disease. And so what you do is when you have increasing number of cases, Although we don't see increasing number of deaths, you have an increased number of cases because obviously you're doing more testing. So what you do is you find 2345 of the worst possible cases you confined of people who have survived covert 19, and you dragged him out in front of the media and let them tell their horrific stories. About how they were infected by covert 19. And they barely survived and they're still barely getting along. Now the reason that's despicable. Is because that's only half the story. For every five people that Jared pose confined to describe just how bad this disease is. I can go find five people. That will tell you they they didn't even know they had it. If they were asymptomatic. And so if if you don't present two sides of that, if you're not if you're not truthful with your constituents, and instead you're fearmongering that makes you despicable. Here's what I want to do. For this hour. I want to talk globally about covert 19 and then bring it back to some very specific examples. I think we can safely assume That the pre coded 19 Order over At a local level at a state like state and local level and at a national level at a global level. We are not going back to the way things were And I don't know if we ever will. If you cherished freedom if you cherished liberty, if you cherished the mantra that liberals tell us all the time, and that is that we have a right to choose. All of that is gone. We're not going to pick up where we left off. As the world has gotten colder, harsher, more authoritarian. And as we have allowed these absolutely blatant, unconstitutional mandates to continue without any intervention by the legislative branch and very little intervention by the courts, and when the courts finally do intervene in a zoo. Federal judge Domenico did in Colorado and ruled that Governor Pulis's restrictions on congregations were in violation of the First Amendment but is not reported in the news anywhere. As it is, it's the old story of if a tree falls of mill the force. Nobody's there. Do you really does it really make a sound? We talk about this pandemic is the global crisis. But the impact is not felt symmetrically. Western economies have been unusually hard hit. And while China, for example Is going to see an increase in its GDP. United States United King, We're going to see their economies shrink. And while you may be quick to jump and judge and say off, Michael There are people dying Well, we'll get to that in a minute. I'll give you some perspective, but I said, I want to start globally. What you were thinking is you're seeing the slow And I don't want to say death, but you're seeing the slow denigration of Western civilization. To those who are Is that for me? Hello. Okay? When you when you see Western civilizations And their economies begin to shrink and authoritarian governments begin to see their economies grow. That has incredible geopolitical imp implications for the future. It will make those authoritarian regimes more powerful, more competitive, and you will see that the United States and Western civilization in general are no longer the world's superpowers. Instead, you will see the authoritarian regimes begin to take over as they begin to take over that slowly but surely continued to deteriorate to denigrate the United States. And we're allowing it to happen to ourselves. At least this consequential is the shift in global power is the shift. I think in our heads Epidemics pandemics either one The these are all shared threats. And these threats tend to make people where you're scared, more tribal, less tolerant of descent more hostile to those who were seen as outsiders or for people like me who are seniors contrarians to become even more more marginalized. But it has real world consequences, too. Real world consequences that someone like Jared Polos for Michael Hancock don't want to address the Pentagon, for example, has released its long awaited second quarter suicide data for October. The Pentagon won't comment on the rising suicides that took place during lockdowns, but I will The Army, for example, was the hardest hit service. A 20% rise in suicide death over 2019. Some 67 soldiers died by suicide. Through the first half of 2019 compared to 81 in the first half of 2020. But across the entire services, the second quarter period of April to June registered 10 additional active duty service member's death by suicide compared the same period in 2019. All reserve components saw the same thing. It only makes sense. You are in watching the local news this evening. I heard restaurant owners talking about they convey rarely make it by on 50% occupancy. They don't think they can make it by 25% occupancy. And yet the The source of the increasing in covert 19 cases. Cannot be traced back ts specifically to restaurants, yet we're going to shut him down. Imagine imagine, eh? A double amputee. Back from Afghanistan, Iraq Whatever. Suicidal gets his act together starts. Going around the country, really leading the charge to save other soldiers lives. He has a purpose in life..

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"michael brown" Discussed on Cross Examined Official Podcast

Cross Examined Official Podcast

07:59 min | 2 years ago

"michael brown" Discussed on Cross Examined Official Podcast

"We'll evangelical. jellicoe. Half the trump tests. Talking to Dr Michael Brown his New Book Evangelical. Roads and it's a very fair book that goes through. Who Donald Trump is, and what he stands for has stood for what his good policies are and what his bad policies are and what is good behavior is what is bad behavior is and? What can Christians do if they're going to vote for him? What it can do if they're not going to vote for him? Where should they fall all this in Dr? Michael Brown is pulled this book together and it's it's very recent Mike. This thing was just published in June I'm it's almost up to date So it's a it's a, it's a very up-to-date source and just before the break, we were talking about the fact that much of what people perceive about Donald Trump and he is his own worst enemy quite a bit seems to be a bit exaggerated by the media. Can you explain why that is and how exaggerated is? We know there's bias on all sides media reporting, but the left insert laser so much lost its mind attacks on Donald. Trump. You know for example, we have history made just a few days ago with the signing of to peace treaties arrangements with Israel and Muslim nations. I mean nothing like this has ever happened for two on the same day and the way some of the left reported it was they weren't social distancing or wearing masks you. Got To be kidding me you've got you. It's just it's just a given that Donald trump is racist. That's just given and in this Llama folk. Given that's the way it's been reported. It's a given that he called. Do Nazis very fine people which of course, is a complete lie and a complete creation of the news conference. Watch it I. I watched on CNN one day Chris. Cuomo he played the clip and said you hurt yourself Chris. Let it play thirty seconds longer. We says by the way I'm not. Talking about how the Neo Nazis and the white supremacist they should be condemned. So there there's not even an attempt at even-handedness Donald trump enjoys putting children in cages at the border and whatever the latest lie is that he hates the veterans in disparages whatever it is reported is just believed and I had folks said that I grew up with Jewish kids that I. Knew growing up we're not close friends, but we stayed in touch where we're facebook friends. I had one of them just cut me off because I defended trump I said, I don't like this and this, but here's why voter that was more than he could take anyone. How could you defend demand resist this this this this Salton trump yes. is his own worst enemy. And sometimes you think how can you be so smart and so dumb how how can you be so savvy as to know how to manipulate the the the the news and get people talking about what you WanNa. To talk about an shoot yourself in the foot in the same moment. But there's an exaggeration. There is a constant assault, a recent report frank indicated that. Coverage of trump compared to coverage of by negative coverage on trump on mainstream media compared to buy was one hundred fifty to one very one negative report of Joe by the mainstream media. One hundred fifty negative reports, Donald Trump. That's what some people see. That's their reality. So you add in the things that he does. That make for for for mass. Now, it gets exaggerating exaggerating exacerbated by the second the media to the point that how could you possibly vote for Donald Trump actually have to calm people down sometimes and say, well, let's the Let's defuse this and it's really scary. The way things are being reported. Now I'll look at headlines and the headlines Go. Tell you which in the article, it's the headline should misleading and you read the article in the article is back with the headlines said, you know I don't like to use the term fake news because we can use it as a cop out and anything. We can dismiss but there's a lot of fake news out there. There really is something called the trump derangement syndrome where it seems like people lose their mind and opposition to him, and then on the flip side, what's called a culkeen trump I have a whole chapter in the book on that culture of trump trump derangement syndrome where Christians that I know solid people gov people matured people they now trump is there man to the point of they preach trump? Picture of here's a marine and his his hats blowing off and trump grabs it. That's our president. Gum. That's that's our hero. WE'RE GONNA die for Donald, trump's going to die. For Jesus I vote for Donald Trump I die for Jesus. So he's brought out like the extremes almost though the worst in all sides hypocrisy evangelical church the extreme nature of the of the Democrat Party the bias in the media he's brought this up to the surface it's kind of his nature i. Think. Newt Gingrich. said, he wakes up every morning and says, what can I disrupt and a funny thing on notice this but you look at almost every president for when they come into office and then four years later aged they've grey they look different. Okay. So trump is here we understand it but he looks like he's having the time of his life he's put weight on. The older because he lives in the whirlwind, this has got to who he is what he brings out, but it's revealed a lot about the nature of America and the identity politics. Under Obama I believe brought tremendous division to our nation. Now trump is kinda thrown salt in those wounds and somehow we as the church have to be a a reconciliation force. That's how much between political parties but between human beings and God because we are, we're about to rip each other apart as a nation. We. A you had mentioned just a few days ago. The historic Middle East peace deals. And literally. Mike the? New York Times I don't even think had it on the front page. It was like it was the eighty third story down. Yeah and could you imagine if President Obama had negotiated some Middle Eastern peace deal it would be trumpeted as. As a sign from heaven that this guy is practically the Messiah and look, we've known the media's been far left long before trump it just seems to be put on steroids since trump came into the office. I it's more than ninety five percent negative coverage now. Okay. Let's say trump brings a lot of that on himself. He does but ninety five percent Satan would get better coverage than that might look the fact. There's not even an attempt to cover things up I had watch and look I see bias and inaccuracy on the right as well. But the the level of animosity how it's just become a personal battle and a non I put on CNN some weeks ago I hadn't watched in a while and I was I was literally stunned. It was almost Like I pray for these men to though the Lord I wish the best for them. But just to be candidates as a viewer, it was almost like children who were upset and they were going to talk about the person that hurt them and that they were mad at and I'm thinking I thought you were supposed to be a newscaster. I thought this was supposed to just be reporting the news. It's one. If you turn on Rush Limbaugh, you know you're getting rush limbaugh opinion or or Michael Savage Michael opinion or you know you're going to get that. Now you're hope they're being accurate but you'RE GONNA get. But if you're just watching CNN or MSNBC ABC or just Fox News, you're supposed to be getting news Nancy. Told me she switched one day from CNN to Fox as your wife had issues on both sides you said, but you know it's interesting. She said there's other stuff happening in the world.

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"michael brown" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

07:10 min | 2 years ago

"michael brown" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Thank you for your situation Michael brown good to have you with me sort of panic right why should say everybody because I'm not panicking about nope you're not panic either but they had like the screaming headlines or that coronavirus numbers are up around well well the numbers may be top of those infected there are a couple of factors that nobody seems to be wanting to talk about the course the president didn't do himself any favors by joking well isn't also that you know by my people tell me that the tent the numbers up because we're doing all this testing so I said to reduce the amount of testing we're doing and of course then he in his typical way kinda walked that back because quite frankly we should be doing as much testing as possible but here's what nobody is talking about nobody's talking about the death rates which are actually a pretty important indicator of the severity of a pandemic death rates continue to drop nationally now I know that they do typically lag several weeks behind infections but the more that you get tested the more that you find positive cases and as long as the death rate continues to or or the actual death rates in the raw numbers of deaths as long as those continue to on trend line going downward it doesn't really hang on here Google say something's got upset some people as long as his death rates continue to decrease if the number of cases continue to increase call somebody that cares because that would be like saying that all my gosh the number of flu cases this year for the number of Cardassian measles or I mean just pick anything cancer death whatever that those numbers are up but if the death rate from all of those calamities and diseases and everything continues to go Dale did not nobody cares and the only reason we care right now is because we have been we we've we've been sold trained for lack of a better world thank you brainwash might be a good word into believing that these numbers of infections somehow indicate that the reality of this disease is getting worse and worse well nobody knows that the conclusion that I have truly come true in talking not only two members of my family that are doctors friends who are doctors my doctors a couple of epidemiologists that I know this is the conclusion I've come to nobody knows anything nobody knows squat about what's really going on if Dr thank you Sir in testimony yesterday or Monday I don't care what was that we might have a vaccine by the end of this year or the very first part of twenty twenty one every again I'm thinking about six doctors so it's not a great sample but it's six doctors that I would put my life in their hands none of them have said that today could they advised me to take the vaccine yep that's me and my doctors you gotta talk to your doctor when you get to make your decision but any time the government rushes anything let me just tell you from personal experience when when you start rushing things through the bureaucracy generally if the outcome is not very good so I would just suggest that while we have while we've logged more than two point three two point four million covered nineteen cases and while more than a hundred twenty thousand people have died from I think we're far enough into this pandemic that we can say with some sort of just objectivity there's a hundred twenty thousand deaths while each of those deaths is absolute tragedy for the family members and for that individual has lost their life none the less that number is developments when you think about the number of people die from heart disease or car wrecks or gunshot wounds reject cancer diabetes Alzheimer's all me all these other diseases what are we doing to ourselves we're looking at what we're looking at we're worse my I was too busy focused too busy talking to Jo Jo so I've got to pull the tooth I wanted to make sure the right cover this during the height this comes out of Forbes magazine during the height of the Cold nineteen pandemic the very assault downs undoubtedly prevented many deaths due directly to the coronavirus but doctors around the country have noted the patient for skipping appropriate medical medical care for other conditions such as stroke or heart attack leading to other avoidable deaths Furthermore many state governments right here in Colorado imposed imposed bans on elective medical procedures a lot of doctors wonder what size told that would take on patients because when you start telling test for procedures such as mammograms or colonoscopies you increase the the the opportunity the incidence the likelihood would work whatever word you want to use that more people are gonna die of cancer well now we have the best thirty two Dr Norman Sharpless who's director of the United States national Cancer Institute there are models indicate what models right you know what I think about models crap in crap out there models indicate there will be approximately ten thousand excess cancer death access meaning ten thousand more than we would normally have over the next few years because of these delays but we are experiencing now yes some will be caused by a delay of diagnosing the cancer until his progress to a more advanced stage and some will be due to delays and supposedly elective surgeries to treat already detected cancers I can't think of a bigger cluster F. word what this entire pandemic is built we at some point gonna recognize when we start counting suicides depression whatever depression might lead to depression to lead to any number of illnesses and now we have an actual estimate of ten thousand cancer deaths that we would not have otherwise seen so now let's extrapolate that out to Alzheimer's diabetes.

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"michael brown" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

06:11 min | 2 years ago

"michael brown" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Two to four with Michael brown you'd be surprised by this another democratic use of coronavirus to push but he says the closest one universal health care John Hickenlooper you're listening to an ABC news special nineteen what do you need to know B. C. news correspondent Amy Robach with me now is ABC chief medical correspondent Dr Jen Ashton and there is the big news about colleges and universities considering re opening in the fall let's go through this systematically how it would work well first of all I mean we have to acknowledge is a complex situation in the health and safety of not just this population but the entire college and university community is obviously priority number one but here are some things that we know at this point medically we know that the college age group is at a lower risk of severe covert nineteen disease we also know that in this age group and in this environment social distancing is definitely going to be uniquely challenging and we also know that there are people in these communities whether they're college students with pre existing medical conditions or the staff or faculty that worked in and around colleges that could be vulnerable and may be at higher risk as well what options should be considered well I think there are some theories that are worth really exploring the first thing is is can we modify the timing of the spacing some of the classroom activities some of the other activities they shouldn't be looked at like an all or none decision in terms of sports theatre dormitory dining all of those things could be modified it's not an all or one situation and we have to remember that masks once the CDC recommended that for the general public they may be a key tool in reducing the transmission of this virus in the college communities from a health standpoint what do we still need to figure out well look luckily we have a little bit of time to do this but I think there is still a lot of things we don't know where to begin with we don't know what the role of rapid testing on a college campus can look like we don't know whether to college students and whether our kids yeah will actually be compliant with some of the social distancing measures and we really don't know when you talk about risks which is worse right now going back to college in some way shape or form or take taking another year plus and not going back you both have to weigh those risks head to head and it's not an easy the answer all right Dr Jenna you're sticking around to answer questions in just a bit in the meantime we turn out A. B. C.'s kera Phillips in Washington DC with the latest headlines for us hi Amy well these are some of the stories that were watching plans to re open the economy are taking shape in a number of states restaurants in Atlanta starting up again with new rules in place for diners today including tables six feet apart and servers wearing masks and in New Jersey governor Phil Murphy is unveiling what he calls responsible re opening driven by quote data science and common sense and Texas governor Greg Abbott also detail in the plan for ending his statewide stay at home orders and re emerging for the first time today after pretty brutal bout of the virus British prime minister Boris Johnson apologizing for being away for three weeks and warning it's too soon to end the locked down in the U. K. speaking outside number ten Downing Street Johnson says we are now beginning to turn the tide on this disease but says he refuses to throw away the public's effort and sacrifice by relaxing the lockdown too soon thank you well the mayor of Las Vegas made headlines last week when she volunteered the city as a control group to see if social distancing is working joining us now to talk about how and when Las Vegas will reopen as Clark County commissioner Marilyn Kirkpatrick welcome commissioner and I want to first start by asking how you feel about mayor Goodman's comments well I don't agree with her you know my colleagues in my oversee the beautiful Las Vegas Strip bill that we have to route our highest priority needs to be the health and safety of not only our residents we work on this trip but the visitors who come to visit us yeah and that said the mayor also feels hotels casinos restaurants should reopen right now when do you think they should reopen and what will the economic impact by well we've been working every single day with our medical experts across the state a resort association are McCarron airport and the convention that's already so we are working in that direction testing is the key to getting us back open and we are in the middle of expanding that testing opportunities so we will open only when it's safe and we have the most stringent priorities and policies in place can you talk a little bit about specifically how the county is working with the casinos there and other businesses to prevent another outbreak when you do eventually reopen I thought back to we we have been successfully doing social discontent we are ramping up casting today we can do up to two thousand tests today we anticipate by June first being able to ten thousand tasks our hotel partners and our airports they're making some adjustments so that our visitors bilberry see it coming back and that is our priority and we'll invite everybody back when we feel that we can meet those and do you do you how do you feel the people of Clark County are doing in terms of doing that social distancing and following the guidelines you know we're doing a great job every single day we look at different ways I mean even as we bring back our own stops we have to think about how do we have that social distancing and the grocery stores we have lines out for running grocery lines one way I'm so I I'm very proud of what we're doing in our community on the social distancing please call commissioner Marilyn Kirkpatrick we know it's a tough job thank you for leading the people who use Sir we appreciate your time today thank you.

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"michael brown" Discussed on Cross Examined Official Podcast

Cross Examined Official Podcast

11:56 min | 2 years ago

"michael brown" Discussed on Cross Examined Official Podcast

"So what is the difference between the Talmud and the MISHNA and why. Why do people today think they are authoritative texts? We're going to get right back to Dr Michael Brown and just a minute before we do. I want to mention I'm going to be this Sunday at Mosaic Church in Highland Highland Illinois in the morning and at night. We're going to do more. I don't have enough faith to be an atheist in QNA the next night. Monday night in Fort Wayne in Indiana Indiana albeit central ministries then the following night in Fort. Wayne that'll be Tuesday. I'll be at purdue university purdue Fort Wayne and then the next night Wednesday night in Columbus Ohio at the Great Ohio State University with my friend Erick. Shibo who's the ratio Christie director. There air. So you're going to want to check out if anywhere in the area near Saint Louis. That's where Highland Illinois is or in Fort Wayne for those two events Monday night and Tuesday night and then the next night in Columbus Ohio Lord Willing with Ohio State University go to cross examine dot org. That's cross examined with dion the end of it dot org hit events. And you'll see those there. Let me go back to my friend Dr Michael Brown Mike. Just before the break you were talking about authority of texts that Jewish people today follow other then the the what we would call the Old Testament there the talent and the MISHNA. Can you pick it up right there and tell us the difference between those two again. Yes Sir so ego back to the idea in pharisaical Judaism which becomes rabbinical Judaism than traditional Judaism that God gave Moses a written law and an oral the law and according to the concept the oral law was passed on orally from generation to generation to generation to generation. And we see this concept's except reflected in the New Testament with quote the traditions of the fathers which Jesus often has issues or the traditions of the elders. So by two one hundred years after the time of Jesus as these traditions have now certainly been developing for at least a few centuries under the Pharisees now their successors the Rabbinic Jews. So you had a right that the traditions down there was just too much material. If you read the Mishna you see very little reference to scripture is. Rabbi this says this rabbi this is this and here's the discussion and then we do this. We do this. It's just presupposing that all of this exists in their various category. Gory save for your laws concerning damages or laws concerning marriage in divorce or laws concerning agriculture. And things like that so these are now putting writing in these six different orders of what is called the Mishna which is written in Hebrew and composed about two hundred twenty ad. What happens happens next in the subsequent centuries is there is discussion about these laws and traditions? That's going on different rabbinic communities you have them in Babylon you have them in in the land of Israel which is now called Palestine and you have debates and now this long reach no well we have a tradition that says well how does that time with scripture. So now this this discussion has to tie things back with the Bible while you know I heard an interesting story. That explains this goal. No well actually. I heard a story with this other. Rabbi and now you can tie in discussions discussions from Frank Couric in the twenty first century. Talk to the Charles spurgeon an eighteen hundreds talking to Augusta is just. It's all it's all tied in it's weaved together in a very complex legal form and this full document of the MISHNA. Plus this discussion is called the Talmud. This additional discussion is called the camera so it is the Mishna plus damara which equals the Talmud. It is massively difficult. It's primarily composed in a very concise Aramaic very unusual dialect that developed and you ultimately have to tall much the shorter one which is not as widely studied called the Jerusalem talmud which was composed about four hundred between four and five hundred and then the Babylonian Baloney and Talmud which is the larger one which is studied with such devotion to this day and that is really the center of Judea so even though Rabbinic Judaism says says the Bible is the word of God. The Bible is the highest authority and everything flows out of the five books of Moses. The Torah for traditional Jew Talmud is front and center this is what is going to be mastered and studied for life and then out of that because the Talmud does not come to a lot of clear conclusions on the things out of that developed the subsequent law coats so my modern these law codes in the twelfth century or subsequent low Kotova Rabbi Yosef Karo in the sixteenth century. This is how the tradition continues to develop and then after that Further questions come to this day. Well how does this apply. But what about this. What about with this new technology and then these things are written down so there is what is called Yom Ha Talmud the sea of the Talmud because the traditions continue in Utah develop in an ongoing way? And if you just think of say reading the Bible you put a Bible in a room. And that's what Christians are dealing with specially. Ah Protestants evangelicals. That's what they're dealing with while now fell that room with thousands of other texts. That's what a traditional Jew is dealing with N.. As one historian James Parks put it. That Catholicism is no more the religion of the New Testament than Judaism is the religion of the Old Testament estimate. That's important to remember a Catholic which say that we have the authoritative traditions that have been passed on develop through the church. Judaism says we have the authoritative retain traditions. That have been passed on developed by the rabbis. Now why Dr Brownrigg listening to Dr Michael Brown. My Name's frank couric and he were just doing kind of an overview view of Judaism today. Why do they think or from? What Old Testament text would would this originate? Dr Brown that they would actually actually think that there are oral traditions that could continually add to in an authoritative way the life of a Jewish believer so on the one hand and there's the negative argument that you need additional texts in other words. There's a death penalty for observing the sabbath if you work on the Sabbath but nowhere is work confined so their understanding. We'd be well. God gave that to Moses that was passed on there are other things that you're told to you know build a boost for tabernacles well well. What are the dimensions of the booth in matures to use it? So you know things like that. Some major some minor they would say many laws. We don't have the explanations of how to keep so there must must have been additional traditions but then they would point to a deuteronomy seventeenth chapter and there would say that you go to the logistical precursor to to the judge When you have a dispute and whatever they tell you that's what you do you don't turn from the right or to the left and whoever will listen to them? will be severely punished so that is in their mind the authority to make these decisions that you're going to have these ongoing questions and that you go oh to the community leaders in the communities tell you what to do and whenever they say that's what you have to do because they are the appointed judges so if you ask an American today well you know what you live based on the constitution you based on the Constitution and thousands of laws you know if you go to plant a tree in your yard right now. You may not be able to do that. Based on county law you have analysts decisions and you have a Supreme Court. So that's the way. Judaism functions as a religion because it is a law based religion. They look at past Deuteronomy Chapter Thirty. That it's near you what's in your heart and in your mouth that you should do it so in your mouth. That's the oral law. That's been passed on through the generations so those are some of the arguments that he used a major. One is while without these traditions. We don't know how to live out the law so they must have been there from the start but it seems like with all those traditions it would be impossible to even know the law much less live it. So how traditional views traditional Jews whose view the law is it a burden or blessing to them to them. It's a wonderful blessing now. Certainly you would have a traditional Jew is burden Brandin and is burnt out by religion. Of course it's going to happen but in their mind God privileged the Jewish people by giving the gift of the Torah that they were singled. Go out for special divine treatment and love through this. That's why traditional Jew when he gets up in the morning first thing he does is he. Thanks God that he wasn't born a woman agenda or a slave it's not because he considers himself superior but a slave is under someone else's orders they don't have the power to keep the whole law gentiles not required to and a woman is exempt from certain laws because of life cycle and things that she wouldn't be able to to do at certain times so only a male Jew a Free Male L. Jew is required to keep all the law which is considered to be the ultimate blessing reach some nineteen or psalm. One nineteen the continual praise craze for God's Torah. That's how traditional juicy now. What are their views? Today of the Messiah there are still wait sleep. But they're obviously like yourself your your messianic Jewish believer but what are the main views of of Jews today who are not Messianic Jews when it comes to the Messiah Art. If you're a liberal Jew reformed you you don't believe in a personal messiah. You basically believe in a messianic era through human self improvement against just a liberal kind of you and you don't really believe in an afterlife either so this is very much separated from traditional juice of the Messiah. The traditional views a a traditional Jews pray daily with expectation for the coming of the Messiah. They do not believe he'll come on the clouds of heaven. They believe he could be alive among among us today. They believe that he will be a human being. But a supernatural gifted human being so they don't believe that he will be divined. They will believe that he himself will be a religious Jew that he will be a teacher that brings all Jewish people into obedience to God's God's commands that he will fight the wars of the Lord that he will gather the exiles that he will rebuild the temple in Jerusalem. And and and if you see a religious Jew of great influence and he begins to do some of these things so he's bringing more and more Jews back into tradition than you wonder could. Could he be the Messiah then he went when he does the next thing. And the next thing and the next thing then you say certainly he is the Messiah and then the goal of the Messiah would each and bring the whole world into the worship of the God of Israel said I say to would be fulfilled that all the nations would come streaming to Jerusalem to learn The teaching of the Lord that the whole world would be God fearing and that would be the time of peace and things like that so many of the things that Christians expect Jesus to do with his second coming in terms of destroying the wicked in terms of of regathering the exiles or or in terms of establishing God's came on the Earth. That's that's a similar expectation accepted very much. Israel Jewish centered Antora centered centered. So now there will be a rebuilt temple now. The sacrificial system will be restored. There are some traditional Jews who are trying now to rebuild the temple saying that this is helping hasten redemption but the normal traditional view is that the Messiah has to come and do this there was also a Jewish few than in every generation..

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"michael brown" Discussed on Cross Examined Official Podcast

Cross Examined Official Podcast

08:46 min | 2 years ago

"michael brown" Discussed on Cross Examined Official Podcast

"Destroyed seventy the AD Judaism change. What are the current sects of Judaism? And how do they differ from one another. What were the main? Or what are the main Jewish views of the Messiah. Yeah what did Jewish scholars today. Think about the evidence for the resurrection and by the way of Jesus is the Messiah that the Old Testament promises why I didn't he bring in world peace. And what are some of the questions you can ask a Jewish person to get them to consider that Jesus is the True Messiah. There's probably nobody better. You're on the planet to talk about this then my friend Dr Michael Brown. Dr Brown as you know has been on the show several times but he has his own program everyday called line of fire. And you've got to ask Dr Brown Dot Org to learn more about that and more about him. He writes a column almost every day that you can find it. Stream dot org stream dot org. He's written it and several amazing books. We've had many of those books highlighted here on the show and he is just an amazing man who came amount of Judaism and is a messianic. Today he has his PhD in Semitic languages from New York University. So it's always a pleasure to have Mike on Mike. How are you doing? Great h frank. It's all great to be honest with you now. Let's talk. Judaism WANNA one. Let's do a rapid fire thing here. I've got like almost twenty questions I want to ask you. Mike and I know our audience. It's GonNa want to hear the answers to many of these questions so let's just jump right in. Let's start right in the first century. Jesus's time we see all these major sects of Judaism we have pharisee said. UC's seen zealots. Maybe some others who generally ended in a kind of a summary Way. who were these different sects? What did they believe right? They they had certain things in common. And then there was great diversity among them. So if Christians think today of a Roman Catholics and Greek Orthodox Sadako in Protestant evangelical and other groups they realize okay there. There are certain things that you would say are in common. But then a lot of diversity between them. So all the Pharisees with claim that when God gave Moses the law announced cyanide I got also gave him the oral law so he gave him the written law well and the oral law which is the interpretation that expansion of the written law and in their mind without those traditions. You cannot understand scripture in their air mind they go all the way back to the time of Moses but from what we can tell they probably grew as a movement maybe hundred fifty years or so before before the time of Jesus perhaps at the time of the maccabean revolt like that again they would say the goal all the way back. But for the Pharisees this was the key that they had had credentials in their mind that went back to Moses and they also were not temple based they developed the idea of the synagogue and and this goes back a few hundred years before the time of Jesus with the idea that every Jew should live at the purity level said that a priest would live and it called hold on the Jewish community as a whole to exist in this particular way we know in the New Testament that Jesus has a lot of conflicts with them is that because he was close to that sect himself self as Paul was so. It's more of an inner family struggle or that he had tremendous conflict with them either way at that time they did speak of the traditions of the fathers fathers but over time that became developed as the oral law. Going back. To Moses and the Pharisees then over a period of time when the temple was destroyed they they were equipped to continue on pretty easily because they were synagogue based they were based in different communities and this is ultimately what developed into what we know is Rabbinic Bendik or traditional Judaism today as s for the Saj assise again. It's hard to trace the origins of these various groups but we know all that there are disputes that reflect their own particular views of hundred plus years before the time of Jesus. We have documents from the Dead Sea Scrolls that seem to reflect some of these battles. They were the opposite in their views. They simply believed in the written law. They believed in the five. Books of Moses has ultimate authority so the other writings did not have the same level of inspiration. They didn't believe in the spiritual realm the same way in the afterlife the same way and and they pretty much were destroyed as a group with it with the destruction of the temple. They were more aristocratic. They had the high priest. He's too much of the sun. Hedren was with Saj ASEAN and because they were temple based with the destruction of the temple. That was pretty much the end of them. Some groups claim that they can be traced back to them today but that is very much fringe within Judaism as for the scenes again can't trace their origins. Initially but we know that Josephus in Filo speak about these. These three groups primarily about the Pharisees Sad deceasing S. scenes they may have been entirely male. There's some evidence that there are other groups that were not but we know for example Chrome Ron of the dead see scrolls which most take to be. Sem Community that seemed to be celibate males from what we can tell. They had basically withdrawn because of the impurity of of the Judaism of the people that was their perception of the temple. They had withdrawn more into more monastic life. And we know much of their teaching through Dead Sea Scrolls in interestingly some of the concepts there the the battle between the sons of white and sons of darkness Nisa or the Kingdom of God's Kingdom of Satan. You have more similar concepts there. Then you do have in other parts of Judaism as for the zealots. Let's they were more of a politically based group so so their whole thing was patriotism and the overthrow of Rome. They would have been the ones that were involved in the. The revolts against Rome The the war in sixty six to seventy ad that resulted in the destruction of the temple. And then the subsequent revolt under bar call but for one thirty two to one thirty five that resulted in scattering Jewish people at a juice them. So I know we're going to rapid fire on the rest but it's great. It's a little bit a little bit longer. Answer here sure. No that's great now and I've always heard this that the Pharisees believed in the resurrection. The sad you cease to not you see. That's easy way to remember that anyway. But why how do you think the Pharisees did believe in the bodily resurrection and the sad. UC's didn't I mean did the sad UC's think something like Daniel Twelve. Did they interpreted a different way. Why why was there a difference there? You know So the major verse. You have a few verses in the Old Testament that explicitly speak of resurrection. The most Decisive being Daniel Twelve two. But if you're a primary Canon is the Torah and you do not see the rest of the books as carrying the same level of inspiration ration- or the same weight or look at them as scripture. Then you're not looking at that so within the Torah. Can you make a definitive case for resurrection. That's why Jesus quotes from the Torah in rebutting them. And saying when God says I'm the God of Abraham Isaac and Jacob when he tells that does is that Eaton's Eaton's the god of the living dead so that would have been a brilliant insight from the Lord to robust but to coach from Daniel. There's something else done I've had meaning meaning for them okay. So they didn't take Daniel as being authoritative like they took the tour of the first five books exactly so within Judaism. The five books of Moses are considered to be the highest level. So that you have the concept that God dictated an ultra Orthodox Jew would believe that God dictated dictated the five books of Moses to Moses but they would look at the entire Old Testament the entire Hebrew Bible as authoritative. As God's words the Pharisees Ah Excuse me did not so I know we got about forty seconds before the break here. Mike but so let's say you're living in exile and you're with Daniel. Are they considering say the writings of of Isaiah and say the other profit are they authoritative to say someone like Daniel in the in and the five hundred BC absolutely totally authoritative we know that Daniel quotes from Jeremiah Chapter Daniel. He's looking at the book of Jeremiah authoritative absolutely whatever scriptures. They had access to that. We have today from what we can tell. Those were being considered authoritative. Ah That's the great. Dr Michael Brown were talking about. Judy.

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"michael brown" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

08:26 min | 2 years ago

"michael brown" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Democrats are grasping for any stroll they can fall or maybe I should say paper stroll it's Michael brown during the early afternoon from two to four on six thirty KPL you look at the program thanks it is the Joe show in the nine four one tags dot com out of the hour to be a retired navy seal clean to Emerson pictures that right is gonna write new book at the guy I like the way that the way the guy tells us about the job what the job entails you'll be stunned to know how many people try to become a navy seal nobody actually make it out of the camp I didn't realize it was a six month program to become a navy seal and then another six months after that to learn even more skills to hear all about it including the doesn't it doesn't like for a white wash he doesn't make it all nice nice you fun funny actually here in this is wrong this is real this is the deal and a very interesting conversation makes you stick around for a little full lines of any time any line one Joe was in Florida Joe what's going on I reference to this gender stop it going on I want to tell you what to really happening is understand it's a very ingenious a lefty type technique instituted by a bomb on the intended to dismantle reality as we know it in order to destroy mutual consensus and if you have if you just for mutual consensus you get people isolating themselves into certain groups and stuff and then you can fit than apple's groups fight each other and in their pork but divided yeah group of P. across all divided society results and then easily controlled societies not guilty just interject this and I see this all the time if if we talk to each other across these differences lines then we're gonna be better off as Americans more congealed and then we can stand up to the big powers control over regulated government you're right not only did Obama dividers according to raise it according to ethnicity in according to ethnic background he he but also try to divide us according to what are you gay or not or whether you're trans or not or whether you fill in the blank or not yet if you're a Muslim or not good let's let's divide the religions to hang in your absolutely hundred percent correct you can control a smaller group of people provided they aren't talking to each other if they do they will realize we have much more common than we have separating us what we could do that that the blouse traditional Backbase foundational truths right so but that's the objective exactly right joy I appreciate you you're absolutely right also the the class warfare was big time under Obama notes even amplified like on steroids when it comes to Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren AOC in in the squat at the end of the day we have to find the greater who's the greater evil greater evil in this country according to Obama at all our white Christian men if you can take down white Christian man let's be less manly Christianity was no good the crusades white holy crap KKK white supremacy David Duke all these things if you can if you can take down the greater evil by presenting them as look how bad these people or slavery the whole thing Jim crow all white guys more specifically they're all Democrats but having said that if you hear is the greater here's the ogre in the room so now you've got groups of people who necessarily don't get along generally speaking and historically like gays and Muslims they get along not all Muslims traditional foundational fundamental Muslims in countries that are run by sharia law are throwing gave people of rooftops to their deaths because the scent and it's a sin punishable by death in that religion if you're following it to the book but suddenly there on the same side there are the guy I mentioned that I would talk about this a bit yesterday leftist Jews in America somehow are aligned with Muslims explain that not sure I get it you've got people who are gay who are trans somehow aligned with trans because we had the TV on to L. G. B. T. transport our people make a decision to live their lives in a different way gay people I've been told my tire lever born that way so much sure I understand why would they be one of the same it's a matter of trying to further segment us and give another reason for why you should be against the white men it's called intersection Ali think about it when you hear intersection alley you might not know immediately what that means imagine you're driving down the road you come to the to the corner of oak in Maine there's an intersection there people can meet in that intersection after waiting for the light to whatever else now we're at the same place although I'm driving a red car carriage driving a white car we can meet the same place you with all my guy and she's a gal we need to the same place even though fill in the blank differences we might usually like spinach I like macaroni whatever but there's an intersection we somehow figured out because we're both going to a to a place in town that brings us to the same intersection so how to Muslims aligned with those who are pro abortion I don't know they figured out how to get people aligned with with trains people who are actually competing against people of the opposite gender to win more I love the figured out there's an intersection there somewhere what's the intersection we hate white men what's the intersect we can't stand Christians but you certainly see some push back in our society and the push back is this feminists who generally speaking intersectional with those who are pro abortion and generally speaking intersectional with gay people suddenly aren't intersectional with trans people trans people are taking away opportunities for women what do you do now Jewish people who generally speaking are are find themselves re intersectional with Democrats are finding that Republicans are actually doing what has been promised by Democrats for a long time we're gonna recognizes real we're gonna supporter friend of the Middle East we're gonna move the embassy to Jerusalem gonna see Jerusalem as the as the capital of Israel suddenly Jewish people aren't as intersectional with the far left as they are with the Republicans I think that's how you want do this problem you start really taking a stand putting your foot as a let's all speak to each other and find out that we're probably are all intersectional in some way even the evil white Christian men I were intersectional in that we meet at the intersection opposing overwhelming overwrought government we have to make that understanding of distinction Jill got about a minute for you know high what's happening yes one thing I see is a problem with the U. transexual as far as it affects society as a whole it is a hypothetical supposing the high school male decides to declare himself a female getting the female locker room yeah well there's nothing they can do about you can't question here talk to him thank you Jim there in supposing someone notices some type of arousal well I'm a lesbian what is someone who do question that though it is your right we put ourselves in a box to where we can question if that's a problem it is so I don't have any problem with someone choosing to do that that's fine that's on them to make everybody else your rights for that yeah that is unreasonable Joe you're right now I appreciate the phone call thank you apply no it eight nine four one pack still packs dot com the cops are still doing it right please you're doing it right if there's a if there's a female that needs to be search they have a female officer do it then I could stop and say are you really a female or your transsexual female or you'll get a female the fact is what we we go by what makes sense common sense guy should be able to to search guy's guy should not be able to search women that's that's respectful it's correct it's a slightly corrected always has been we come back we'll be clicked ever said great book coming out former navy seal commuter you're.

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