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"michael kruger" Discussed on Knowing Faith

Knowing Faith

05:55 min | 7 months ago

"michael kruger" Discussed on Knowing Faith

"This and. i'm joined by my gin wilkin and j. t. english and today we're joined by. Dr michael kruger. Dr krueger serves as the president. And samuel patterson professor of new testament and early christianity at reformed theological seminary. He is the author of many books. Including but not limited to cannon revisited a biblical theological introduction to the new testament the gospel of the savior and the heresy of orthodoxy. On top of all that he is a friend a recurring guest of the podcast. Dr krueger we're glad to have you on the show today. Thank you well. Thanks so much this is so fun. I'm excited to be on while we're honored to have you i gotta tell you cannon revisited And the episode. We did with you on. The cannon are two of the episodes that episode. I send to a ton of people and that book is. I just tell you if you've got questions and your doctor. Cougar has a lot of good books. And i have not had a chance to read all of them. I've read many of them. I will say this though. There is not a better book. I think for many people's questions about the shape of the canon then cana revisited. I give that book all the time. So thank you for writing it. Yeah we'll thank you. I was a fun conversation that we had. And i'm glad it's useful to people. I think that probably is the book that most people think when they Think about my writings. So i'm always courtesy how it's helped people. Yeah but we love it. We love it. So we're going to jump into romans. Three twenty one through thirty one today. I'm an ass. Jt would you read the passage for us just to get his going and they will jump into some talking through some questions. Yeah this is. Romans chapter three beginning in verse twenty one but now the righteousness of god has been manifested apart from the law although the law and the prophets bear witness to it the righteousness of god through faith in jesus christ for all who believe for there is no distinction for all send in fall short of the glory of god and justified by his grace as a gift through the redemption..

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"michael kruger" Discussed on Knowing Faith

Knowing Faith

05:53 min | 7 months ago

"michael kruger" Discussed on Knowing Faith

"Gin wilkin and j. t. english and today we're joined by. Dr michael kruger. Dr krueger serves as the president. And samuel patterson professor of new testament and early christianity at reformed theological seminary. He is the author of many books. Including but not limited to cannon revisited a biblical theological introduction to the new testament the gospel of the savior and the heresy of orthodoxy. On top of all that he is a friend a recurring guest of the podcast. Dr krueger we're glad to have you on the show today. Thank you well. Thanks so much this is so fun. I'm excited to be on while we're honored to have you i gotta tell you cannon revisited And the episode. We did with you on. The cannon are two of the episodes that episode. I send to a ton of people and that book is. I just tell you if you've got questions and your doctor. Cougar has a lot of good books. And i have not had a chance to read all of them. I've read many of them. I will say this though. There is not a better book. I think for many people's questions about the shape of the canon then cana revisited. I give that book by all the time. So thank you for writing it. Yeah we'll thank you. I was a fun conversation that we had. And i'm glad it's useful to people. I think that probably is the book that most people think when they Think about my writings. So i'm always courtesy how it's helped people. Yeah but we love it. We love it. So we're going to jump into romans. Three twenty one through thirty one today. I'm an ass. Jt would you read the passage for us just to get his going and they will jump into some talking through some questions. Yeah this is. Romans chapter three beginning in verse twenty one but now the righteousness of god has been manifested apart from the law although the law and the prophets bear witness to it the righteousness of god through faith in jesus christ for all who believe for there is no distinction for all send in fall short of the glory of god and justified by his grace as a gift through the redemption..

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"michael kruger" Discussed on The Bible Project

The Bible Project

06:24 min | 8 months ago

"michael kruger" Discussed on The Bible Project

"But it's different so that way it feels different than yeah the reading isaiah where the apocalypse. I don't know if this is a good analogy. But sometimes i think of the letters in a similar way to how i think of the writings of the old testament. Because you have this. Core material the gospels that is talking about jesus and his life and death and resurrection. And then the letters are kind of interpretive or responses to what happened or explaining more how to live in light of that it's like a reflection in some way or another on the life of jesus. Sometimes they think of the writings of the old testament that way to like a reflection on what came earlier. I don't know if that is by writings. You referring to the third second Yeah the psalms and yeah like esther is a new narrative context like a community of jews in exile sergia. But it's picking up all of the themes of when the nation's conspire to thwart god's plans god raises up chosen remnant and they face a great test have to surrender their lives and surrender everything in the trust that god will create life out of death. Oh that could summarize genesis consumption year but esther takes us themes from earlier in the collection. But we're in a similar way. Paul will pick up the story of jesus but then as he addresses the crisis in the carinthian house. Churches has very practical. Yeah they'll take the ideas but then address them shape it all in a different way than he would. In a letter to the romans or the way peter does to the churches of asia minor. Is that what you're saying. It's kind of the same core ideas but developed in a different direction. But i guess the question. I have is. Did paul think he was finishing the cannon like contributing to the finishing in the cabin canon. Because it seems like paul was to sit down and go oh man so. The story needs to continue. We've got the tanakh and these his familiar with the gospels. Where you could tell me but like we need some literature that kind of finalizes and helps bring this to a capstone as we were saying. If that was my agenda very fluent in the hebrew bible. I would have tried to write stuff that felt very at home in that literature wisdom literature or narratives about the apostles that basically instruct and teach and give wisdom but through the way that narratives do and poetry and stuff and i guess paul does have patriots letters. But he's writing letters. I see what you're sick. Yeah that's right so like in his in his correspondence with the thessalonian so he talks about how. Hey when we came and showed up thessalonica which was like consumer access. They were just there for three weeks. Just a few weeks to black plant this church but then he starts writing letters to over the course of a much longer period and he talks about how you received us. You see our words not as human words but as a word from god. So paul hadn't awareness of being commissioned by jesus to announce the good news that he believe came from the god of israel work so in that sense. He believed that what he was writing on behalf of. Jesus giving god's guidance to these communities and peter also says in second. Peter three sixteen that you know paul talks like this. And he says things that are hard to understand and he compares it to the other scriptures that are graph as so it's like there was a recognition that what paul was writing at that time was scripture. Peter recognizes it. Thank you. That's a really important passage. Because you have one puzzle recognizing another apostles writings is giving dividing guidance. The same way the hebrew scriptures do so. I think part of it is just we encounter the bible first of all we call it with a singular noun the bible everywhere else in the bible it just refers to the bible's it's always plural because the word bible means scroll in the bible isn't one scroll it's a collection of girls so we encounter as one volume bound between two covers. I think that constricts our imagination right because the codex which is the bound version. Yeah didn't show up until the three hundred or something yeah. It was invented earlier but it was adopted like full steam in the second third centuries. Ad in so so before that you're always going to just have a scroll scopes blah unlikely. Will you have all of them. Yeah yeah because you'd have to be really rich right so if i asked the question. Did paul think he was writing a text. That would end up in my bible in that category. He didn't have a category. Did paul think that he was offering. Divine guidance commissioned by jesus to early church communities and if that next to the torah scrolls and if he knew that somebody was reading that alongside genesis in the sunday gathering. I think paul feel great about that and that is what started happening which is why he says to the questions. Hey i wrote a letter to this. Other church should read that around and then they should radio here. Because the apostles view themselves as the heralds of a new covenant between god and people that's been inaugurated by jesus the covenant with israel was launched through moses that had a body of writings attached to it the new covenant has an emerging body of writings attached to it as well and This is michael kruger's whose book i mentioned earlier. This is how he conceives events been helpful to me. So the new testament the new testament the word testament means covenant. It's the.

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"michael kruger" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"michael kruger" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Is just a pure oil which you could apply topically. Which I use is well, just topically enjoy some people like creams, but we don't mix it with anything such as pure O put a few drops on. Andi can also ingested under your tongue and helps reduce inflammation. Why d We really appreciate that? Yeah. And we hope it all works out. And also, I just want to make sure everybody knows. You know, Patty and Patty, Please correct me if I'm wrong, But you're not going to recommend CBD. You're not going to recommend medications. That's not your space, right? You're a physical therapist. You're not a physician. Right. So you know, right? I just want everybody to be clear about that. But but so good question. Physical therapy tend to be teaching people how to manage their pain with self stretching, right massage with exercise. That's a huge thing in arthritis. You have to keep the Jones no vile and you have to keep the muffle that control the joint. Wrong in order to attenuate for ground reaction force and little and the mechanisms and actions that a joint has the naturally function within right. So it's a great question you could help with for Whitey is since he's at a pharmacy when his feet all day and that's where he has arthritis pain. Eyes. There's something he can dio take a shoe off, roll a ball or something is their unease E thing. You can suggest it and it's a little different for each person, and that's why, you know, One of the things I love about where I work at my body is that we get an hour one on one with each and every one of our patients. Every session is good. You know, that's very rare in our field. Unfortunately, at this point, but that time is really allowing us to send looking at the person and giving a very individualized stand, because maybe for wedding on the floor. You can't take off issue in the middle of the workday, but maybe it before he goes into work. He does himself stretching and strengthening to the hip muscles to better lift the arch. Or perhaps he needs something in his shoe to better cushion and support the form of the foot to stand on. The floor all day. Maybe he can get one of those low dispersing gel mask under his workstation to make weight shift and load a little more comfortable instead of being so static. In his weight. I mean, there are things that could be done and talked about, but it's going to be very individual for him, especially if he's dealing, he said. With paint across multiple joints, the feet the knees, the back for the three that I think you mentioned, and so those three places might need my difference. Seing. Maybe he needs more strengthening for the hips. More stretching for the foot in the hand strength. It would really depend on how he presented and what we saw when we were evaluating his range of motion and his strength that first day as to the kind of family would try to work with Whitey on getting Hey, Patty. A quick pivot here. We've got about three or four minutes left with you. You're apparently a very busy young lady. Because not only are you a Physical therapist that mind body in Baltimore City. But you're also the head coach at rock Steady boxing, which is an organization that a lot of Parkinson's patients use. We actually had a Parkinson's patient on a few weeks ago, Michael Kruger, you may actually know him who swears by rocks. Yeah, he loved absolutely So talk about your work there. Yeah. So Rex study. Boxing is my passion project Thie. Only sport I love to do for myself happens to be boxing. And when I moved from Detroit, which has a really great boxing culture to Baltimore. That's one thing I was disappointed in him. You know, there wasn't that boxing live here at Clemson Clinic. Um, I never expected, though, that I would end up having a boxing gym for people with Parkinson's. It happened organically. I was treating somebody who I treated for actually back pain several times, and he returned to the clinic one day and I assumed it was for the fact I'm like, Hey, you know what happened here back this time?.

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"michael kruger" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"michael kruger" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

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"michael kruger" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"michael kruger" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

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"michael kruger" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"michael kruger" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

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"michael kruger" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"michael kruger" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

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"michael kruger" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"michael kruger" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

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"michael kruger" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"michael kruger" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

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"michael kruger" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:58 min | 3 years ago

"michael kruger" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

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"michael kruger" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"michael kruger" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"John. A man who allegedly murdered. His daughter-in-law is the latest addition to the FBI's ten most wanted fugitives list Eugene Palmer allegedly shot Tammy Palmer to death moments after she walked her two children to the school bus. Stop back in twenty twelve in Stony point. New York neighbor called nine one one listen to an excerpt here emergency. Fitting. Faming end another. Michael Kruger of the hammer. Stop police department says Palmer allegedly fired three shots at Tammy who tried to escape the flying bullets final shot was point blank range frightened test. She was laying on the ground FBI agent. Andrew Fischer says Palmer is eighty years old and may blend in with the crowd of grandparent's. We wanna make very clear that Eugene Palmer is accused of a tremendously violent act Palmer is a hunter car enthusiast has a deformed thumb. If you have information about this case, dial one eight hundred call FBI with wanted by the FBI, I'm Ali Halpern of the bureau after came home from the war, lost everything my job. My family, the places this is where I started to put my life back together. Few weeks ago. My husband forty seven years had a stroke. I'm saying the air in this room while recovers about this place. I don't know what do volunteers of America. We envision a world where everyone has a.

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"michael kruger" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"michael kruger" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"A chance why risk mistake? Why say something we all have reasons why choose to ignore the things that gives pause that seem out of place that don't feel right word why can either paralyze us or power stand up and protect what he loves? So if you see something, why do you say something, I see from a family safe for my friends? I see say for my students, we see each other. I see say because all of this. We have something worth protecting ally that unifies community where all. Protect your everyday. Suspicious activity to local authorities to see something say something. A manual legend ordered his daughter in law is the latest addition to the FBI's ten most wanted you to list Eugene Palmer allegedly shot Tammy Palmer to death moments after she walked her two children to the school bus, stop back in twenty twelve in Stony point. New York a neighbor called nine one one. Listen to an excerpt. Emergency. Faming another shine. Michael Kruger of the hammer straw. Police department says Palmer allegedly fired three shots at Tammy, who tried to escape the flying bullets final shot point blank range chest. She was laying on the ground FBI agent. Andrew Fischer says CONNER is eighty years old and may blend in with the crowd of grandparent's make very clear. Palmer is accused of a.

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"michael kruger" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"michael kruger" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"It is good, man and downtown. What will they last? That's the question it all starts at five AM hand Tampa Bay. Michael Wolff that delta Bravo DV, delta Bravo in his new book, apparently, Steve Bannon calls Trump a scumbag, I want to know I want Ben into the, the you say this casino wolf is he's a problem out of guy. Yeah. You're listening to News Radio. WFL a, a man who allegedly murdered his daughter in law is the latest addition to the FBI's ten most wanted fugitives list. You dean Palmer allegedly shot Tammy Palmer to death moments after she walked her two children to the school bus, stop back in twenty twelve in Stony point. New York a neighbor called nine one one. Listen to an excerpt. Emergency. Screaming. Screaming and another detective. Michael Kruger of the hammer straw. Police department says Palmer allegedly fired three shots at Tammy, who tried to escape the flying bullets final shot point blank, range fragment, chest, as she was laying on the ground FBI agent. Andrew Fischer says Palmer is eighty years old and may blend in with a crowd of grandparents, but we want to make very clear that Eugene Palmer is accused of a tremendously violent act Palmer is a hunter a car enthusiast, and has a deformed thumb. If you have information about this case, dial one eight hundred call FBI with wanted by the FBI, I'm Ali Halpern of.

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"michael kruger" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

11:50 min | 3 years ago

"michael kruger" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Radio sixty six. Five and AM Tony page and a family going all the way to five forty hour and ceelo who in the warm up. Copy out Harris Allen to the house. How are you, sir? Don't pretty good. Tony how about you? Breath. Well. Yeah. It was funny. I was going to mention James harden, yet fifty seven points and shot for fifteen from three point line when they lost Orlando over the weekend. If the Duke guys. White with over ten and they were all three points. Barrett. I can't believe he was eight thirty. Wow. Eight foot thirty. One person put up third. Eight for thirty. They were thirty one. The team was thirty one for ninety from the floor while NFL Syracuse what good Lordy attorney. The coach. Nine Saturday taking me out of the game shooting anymore. And he played forty forty five minutes. Well, you're not going to be better. You putting up some minutes if you've taken thirty shots, I guess, but he also had sixteen rebounds, nine assists. So not a total loss. No you had to keep them in there. But. The four fourth seventeen for the three and eight thirty not good. What did you think of Mr. gazes is? Wookey right. It's a little strange. I have to admit. Interviewing Hillary dislike looking. I'm over here. Right. Are you gonna ask the I remember now? Have is like scary. But look this. There's nothing to say now this strange. Maybe get a commercial for like eyedrops. Maybe that's how you keep your team in line. I noticed. Don't mess with him. Right. No, I won't do it. Well, look, he's the coach. If I get out of your system is done. He's here. Now, I just have to admit that was right during my sleep time. So I did not really I am the actual live news conference. But of course, saw the pictures afterward. We can you from a deep sleep. Bette Davis is these are engaged scary than that. Well, you know, if he was yelling and screaming. You can understand that. But he's like, yeah, we're going to do good things for the is leeann. Hey, wait a minute. Now. Look, we'll see we'll see what he can do this. We'll give them a chance, you know. Hopefully. How about a back page, headlined the eyes have it. Yeah. About that. I haven't I haven't. Hills have is don't work. What else is is guy guys? He's Ethan is guy. Is wide open. Yeah. The movie eyes wide shut good movie. Yeah. Scary. Just just I mean this subsidy dude in his eyes by the head weird. We'll people yelling and screaming when there is a like that. So we live tennis. We get to watch we do down under Venus. If you were watching the first set of this match you with Venus Williams is not long for this match. Lost the first set in the tie-break won the second set tiebreak sheep's kind of cruise a four one set number three. She she grew a lotta here in the off season. Away from here along with them. I was going to be a fashion statement. Yes. Outfits kind of nice. You know, I didn't like gays tie ugly. Green tie did not notice a to take away. I don't think it's like a father's tie. Something you fought big big thick not. Green stripes. Fashioned police now. Yeah. We got to watch tennis all the next couple of weeks. We'll have some. I'm sure there's some some big batches. Still to come because we're heading into the the nighttime session now in Australia. So it like. Like like like, seven AM. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. There's no joke of it's warming up. Good. He's got to play Michael Kruger of the US. Nice. Good. We don't get me World Cup. We get stuff. That's in this about it. Pretty much. Yeah. We'll give my slide stuff the Olympic sometimes. Yes. Curling? We had that it would never go off. Now, did you mention that Mel Stottlemyre, maybe I didn't catch one of only two pitchers to have an inside the park grand slam. As the other one. You don't know the other one Hancock Gerry summers. Nineteen ten whoever. Okay. No, Gary hit a triple gas. I remember it. Yeah. Yeah. I remember see I remember that game. I was watching it on TV anchor. Gary was he couldn't hit the price of a bond with couldn't fifth couldn't hit and pepper tone was like playing softball shorts. Right behind second base. And and he hits a shot. You know, I think they had to run around the monument to go get the ball. And he still didn't score just. I think he was to shock Stoudamire spacious loaded. Nobody out I guess the infield was in they thought he was going to bunt or something. Right. And he just hit one split the outfielders in four hundred fifty feet. You know out into no-man's-land the only all the way around the old the old Yankee say does he hit that off of Bill Maher Boquet of the Red Sox? That's right. And then you become a Yankee at one point. I don't recall that. But that's certainly possible check. I know worthless. Trivia, I've never never get a chance to answer a question where I can win money and you look at that nineteen sixty four World Series pitted against Bob. Gibson, y'all three games. He lost game seven on two days rest. I would wonder if you know what he went through strain wise on his arm might have affected his entire career. Just from that that once he's not that he didn't still pitch. Well, but. Shortened his lifespan ninety three in his first full year of. Gary one twenty almost three hundred innings pitched three zero three one one inning. It was written down. Sixty five eighteen complete games to ninety two hundred ninety one innings. If you look at that objectively say well pitched eleven sees. He was a great pitcher. Well, that's probably why. Yeah. It's. Yeah. While I'm talking to the next call. I'm gonna look. Can I played through the Yankees for a minute. No, the Red Sox, but I'll I'll look into that. All right. Eight seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty six anytime anywhere. Download radio dot com app and favorite today. And if you have electoral Google, just say play WGN, you'll be locked into the families. Kristen Farmingdale, Chris you're on the fan. Mr page. Good and two and a half hours. Like you. I am of here for you. Good for you. First off on serious note announced on our family. I my condolences on it. I mean, that's just a horrible disease to to have to fight for twenty years. I remember. Yeah. I remember him from pitching coach for the Yankees me growing up as know great team out there and talk to the pitchers, and then he was a great pitcher as well. I wanna talk about Harding. You can make the case. He's a better offensive player. And then LeBron. I mean, this guy he's this. I'm fire. I mean, the things that he does if it wasn't for his defense. I think you'll be all better all around player now. Lebron? Yeah. He. And you know, when he was like one for seventeen from three, you know, you're not going to tell them to stop shooting because you know, at some point he's going to get hot. And he's gonna hit like seven in a row, and I knew all these injuries on a team. I'm like, oh, he's he's he's gonna have like a monster game that probably almost like records that I was was this a record Gabriel points. And did he ever matched up before that? I don't think he's hit sixty. I don't think so. Yeah. And just just for Harris. Mama cat did play for the Yankees, sixty seven and. If the. Yeah. I knew the Cup of coffee at a new that. I remember I just remember for some reason can be on the team. So here's a Yankee for all of sixty seven or sixty seven with Detroit in the Yankees and in sixty eight with the Anki and a giant. So he's like one year over two years. Okay. Couple ombo. Yes. Half a Cup of coffee. The time. Yes. Hey, thanks for calling. I won't let you go. I I really would love to see it saints chief Salzer ball. I think that's gonna blow up the ratings. It's going to be fun dates get prepare for like everyone wants to. Oh my God. I want to teams rookie quarterback basically the rookie only play one game rookie quarterback going against veteran quarterback who's Brady wants their ball. And we've seen the chiefs and Rams already. We so we know what that game could be right. But if I had a you know, what I would like to save my first pick would be Saint chiefs. And then Secondly, I would like to see. Patriots. But it would it would be funny. If let's say, it's Rams patriots. And let's say the patriots beat him again any being by field goal and then Brady retires. So he would beat him his first year in the league and win by field goal now. I mean, that'd be something. I I don't want to see that. I'm tired of patriots. But I thought that all year what's Brady wins the Super Bowl? And he says, you know, what I'm done. I don't want. I don't want to keep playing. But you don't I'm gonna leave on top. And it happens to be the Rams, and it's like, wow, you're I generally beat them like what are the chances of that happening? But we'll see what the legacy of these are the patriots if they get into the Super Bowl and lose again. No, I think this now the him being the eighth consecutive year. I would kill the giants have won four. I mean, two and four years. I would kill to to see that. You know, go those championship game eight years in a row because you're any every year, and you're like are we visible every year? Instead of you know, not you know, not making the playoffs. So I didn't want to touch Brady that that. That's gotta stop. You know like Joe and Evan set today. Stop trying to put the team down. So I'll try save Neo. All they're being come back 'cause they they prove wrong every week to week two to or two. Oh, they're done every year. Stop look. They're gonna kick on this hung. She's on that team. Keep playing like that every year. Great. Yep. You're absolutely right. We we started to put the dirt on him. And he threw it back in our face as ever seven three thousand seven sixty six sixty football baseball. We come back after this. Hockey fans joined greater Fort Lauderdale for the ultimate pre-game.

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"michael kruger" Discussed on Christ is the Cure

Christ is the Cure

04:39 min | 3 years ago

"michael kruger" Discussed on Christ is the Cure

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

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"michael kruger" Discussed on Christ is the Cure

Christ is the Cure

06:00 min | 3 years ago

"michael kruger" Discussed on Christ is the Cure

"Welcome to Christ is the cure with Nick Campbell. Here. We bring you theology apologetic and a resource for growth on the basis of scripture alone said back and enjoy today's episode. Abra? Welcome back. This show this episode seventy five and tell you is a Cuban age just kind of random discussion for the sake of preparing for the DD across parts to before we began last week. I had the privilege of talking to Julio from bridge radio from bridge ministries, which I'll put the link up in the description for this episode, which I just want to say that if there was ever a podcast, you should be listening to it is that one and I told him that the production the questions everything about it is top notch. They are from Laredo, Texas. They run a reform to bookshop it, can you believe that a Christian bookshop with all sound the all g within it. And it just what they have going seems amazing. And what they put out is awesome. They will be at the conference in March and Victoria, Texas. So if you're going to that conference you can have. The privilege of meeting them as well. And addition I had the privilege of talking to several individuals about a variety of topics in terms of reformed theology in my views. And so as we get into the discussion of secure Yala g which is the doctrine of salvation, you will see that. I am reformed in thought in that's kind of come out more and more and. And on Instagram and things like that. And I explained it to know some other individuals that the reason why I haven't blatantly spoken on this is because there's a lot of you know, connotations attached to it that shouldn't be there. And so I was hoping to share information from all sides and let the text speak for itself. I try to avoid the labels. And so that just kind of goes into that. But regardless we have some questions here before we do I had the privilege of reading some new books. Of course is that time of year. We get books, right? Read the heresy of orthodoxy by Michael Kruger, which I think a lot of us need to read because of the myths propagated by critical scholarship in terms of the Christian church, and how orthodoxy came to be because there's a lot of miss around it. It's very logical. Very simple. Simple argumentation, presented it in very good fashion. And it talks about canon, which it's going to be brought up today. I also have cantering visited by Krueger haven't quite gone into that one yet. I also had the privilege of reading the potus freedom by James white. I have I was surprised or some you are surprised to hear that. I had just now read it. And you know, I mentioned that one hand I'm glad I just now read it because I got to come to understand, my theology. You know, without that kind of extra influence, I I came to the theology holds through reading scripture, and then it wasn't until later that I learned all the theological. Labels, or the names or the historical data. So with that, it was kind of bitter sweet thing, and it, and it was a privilege to read it and say, hey, that's how I see that passage to. It's clear to me. And it's it's evident as well. Whenever you properly Geeta passage, and so that was pretty cool for me. So the bodice freedom is highly recommended to kind of disbar, some myths and miss information about reform theology. And I really enjoyed it. It was really good. So with having said, I got some questions the first one it wasn't the first one. But the most common question that always always pops up is what bible translation, do I use? I primarily use the ESP. But I also parallel with NET and the CSV I am actually doing something. I am actually reading through the New Testament this year in LT. A buddy of mine, Josh on Instagram. You can look them up at sword and pencil, and he he resigned LT. If I'm not mistaken, he said that he likes it because you can read through it's more readable and stuff like that. So you know, what it's good to pick up a new translation every now. And then to get that fresh is especially whenever your physical bible is marked up. It's kind of easy to see the same things all the time. So I was like, okay. I'll read the New Testament this time through then LT. So I'm reading in LT right now. I'll kind of get back to my thoughts on that. At a later time from what I understand it is a solid translation right now as I am learning Greek still I read through the Nestle Aland twenty and I have a UBS five reader's edition, which is. How you recommend if you're into that? So that's what translation I primarily use it as vis- my go-to, really. But the NET is solid and the notes it's completely free online and all the notes for our absolutely awesome. Because of the fact that they get into the Greek they get into the textual issues of that. So highly recommend that as well. I received a question about whether or not I have always been a Christian the answer is. No. And I actually have an episode about my testimony from atheism to Christianity. I it seems kind of weird is passed people off to that episode. But I did record the episode for that purpose, and it's kinda hard to articulate something in a short amount of time. So episodes sixty four is my testimony. So you can

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Ohio: Naked man on crystal meth bites 28 people in a Walmart Store

Howie Carr

02:29 min | 4 years ago

Ohio: Naked man on crystal meth bites 28 people in a Walmart Store

"By dozy baking company celebrating over one hundred years speaking excellence since one thousand nine hundred sixteen now let's start off strong couple busted having public sex at baseball field baseball field this must be florida for spring training right now this is actually houston texas houston jose manuel rodriguez and gration status morfey more no question mark mark upside down on the fraud than the regular question mark at the end of the senate's and yeah pizza rivera where allegedly where allegedly caught getting frisky by police monday night at a baseball park but it's it's misleading because you think they're like having sex by first base they're not they were they were in their car in a parking lot of the baseball place baseball place the baseball field when officers turn on the patrol car spotlight reportedly saw the pair engaged in a sex act by the way officer marxists can i fill in for fifteen minutes sometime in disgust mall security only around the holiday season officer mark naked man on crystal meth bites twenty eight people in a walmart store rough week for walmart between the victim needs control at the simeone at the me own or the simeon however you pronounce it the tr training academy literature university and this guy it's been a really tough one for walmart twenty nine year old michael kruger entered the store naked and visibly intoxicated around nine thirty am nine thirty am an employee who witnessed the attack as the aggressor looked like he was possessed are infected with rabies and he began to bite everyone she said he was running around naked like a maniac he was drooling lot and biting people he looked like a rabid animal he kept barking like a dog and yelling stuff about the vatican being out to he assaulted a dozen others before he was eventually arrested he does look like he has this where was this was in cleveland ohio next man broke into minnesota home cooked himself some chicken nuggets and then was arrested so this guy's name is dylan bradley madden he's twenty one years if you're broke that mcdonalds would you cook yourself chicken mcnugget no i would go right for.

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