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Philosopher J.P. Moreland on the Demonic and the Angelic

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:08 min | 2 weeks ago

Philosopher J.P. Moreland on the Demonic and the Angelic

"I'm fascinated with the demonic and the angelic that there's this world, a created world of spiritual beings that there could be nothing clearer from the scripture that this is real. But there are many Christians today. Many of them very intelligent and otherwise faithful Christians who ignored this. They seem to be afraid of even looking in that direction. Have you had any experiences with that route? Oh, yeah. Oh, yes, I have. I can't go into it, but in the chapter on this, I explain how I know that there are three angels that guard me and the evidence I provide would stand up in a court of law. We know demons are real for the following reasons. I've come to trust the scriptures after testing them for 53 years. And the Bible is clear on this. Secondly, if the person can not do the things, the scriptures say demonize person can't do, love the brethren, be drawn to the word confessed Jesus lord. Then why is that?

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The Response to J.P. Moreland's Amazing Miracle Stories

The Eric Metaxas Show

00:45 sec | 2 weeks ago

The Response to J.P. Moreland's Amazing Miracle Stories

"You were just going to answer or respond to my question, my leading question about whether people look at what you're saying now with a jaundiced eye, what has been the response? Well, I think that the evidence that I provide in the book is so strong. And as a philosopher, I know how to investigate and vet things and to present the case for things. And I also respond to the number one objection atheists raise against these. And I pretty much take it off the table. So if people will give it a chance and just give me a hearing, I don't see how they can keep from being persuaded.

"moreland" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:02 min | 2 weeks ago

"moreland" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"I'm talking to JP Moreland. You may know him as Professor of philosophy, distinguished Professor of philosophy at talbott in California. He is also the author right now of a book called a simple guide to experience miracles, doctor morland, you were just saying that there is evidence of the miraculous beyond the first century. I think when I was reading. John McCarthy's book on systematic theology, he refers to that. He's quoting somebody, but he effectively says that he essentially says that there was kind of a lot of exaggeration with regard to stories of the saints and things like that, which is certainly true. So when you refer to the miraculous being documented beyond the era of the scripture, beyond the first century, what are you referring to? Well, you have to understand if I may say so, that I'm a research scholar with a reputation. I'm not some naive person of accepts everything they read. So I vetted this very carefully. And in the first four centuries, we have church fathers documenting the miracles that they saw themselves. The casting out of demons, healings in the name of Jesus, in fact Cher Tully and one place is writing to a Roman official scapula who is beginning to persecute Christians and tertullian a second in the 200s of church fathers says this. Why would you want to persecute us? Because we're the ones that heal your sick and deliver them from demons. We're doing good for your empire. Why would you want to harm us? Well, you don't say that to a Roman official if it's not true, because that'll just make him mad, you know, turn up the dials. So that is a hardcore piece of evidence. Hey, has there been exaggerations? You bet. But I don't care about that. You don't judge the truth of something by counterfeits. And so I have done my homework. I vet 40 to 50 cases, Eric, that I would stake my reputation on, like I said, 5 different kinds of miracles, happening today, some of which I have seen myself. And there's no way that these didn't happen. And I'll leave it to the reader to decide, but John McCarthy with all due respect is not doing his homework. Well, it is interesting, isn't it that there are some people for them, this is really a major issue. This idea, and they tend to denigrate anything having to do with the miraculous or with deliverance or healing, certainly with anything prophetic, as though they can structurally do that. They can just cut it off and say, no, this has nothing to.

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"moreland" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:00 min | 5 months ago

"moreland" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Right. Jonathan, go ahead. No, I'd love to hear about Jonathan Edwards. What's up with the Edwards saw these things? And Edward said that if you see these sorts of manifestations, at the end of the day, they're evaluated ultimately. On the first day, if they draw people to Christ, if they enliven their Christian lives and cause them to dig into the word and love God's people more, the devil is either stupid, which we know he's not. Or else this is something that God is doing. And so the fruit of these things, are there cases, yeah, there are cases where people get off in a tangent. And that saddens me, I'm not talking about that. I'm talking about why you and boy, the fruit is there. When we talk about this stuff too, I'm always, I'm fascinated with the demonic and the angelic that there's this world, a created world of spiritual beings that there could be nothing clearer from the scripture that this is real. But there are many Christians today. Many of them very intelligent and otherwise faithful Christians who ignored this. They seem to be afraid of even looking in that direction. Have you had any experiences with that? Oh yeah. Oh yes, I have. I can't go into it, but in the chapter on this, I explain how I know that there are three angels that guard me and the evidence I provide would stand up in a court of law. We know demons are real for the following reasons. I've come to trust the scriptures after testing them for three years. And the Bible is clear on this. Secondly, if the person can not do the things, the scriptures say demonize person can't do, love the brethren, be drawn to the word confessed Jesus lord. Then why is that? Because the multiple person actually forgive me, this is too important. So we're going to go to a break. We'll be right back and we will let JPMorgan finish these sentences. Folks I'm talking to JPMorgan, who was just in the point of making just on the verge of making a great point or series of points and we had to cut them off. Please continue. Well, demons we know are real. The Bible teaches its secondly a demonized person can't do the things the Bible says a demonized person can't, but a multiple personality case can, like, acknowledge Jesus lord. Third, if nothing else has worked, and it was a part of delivering a young lady from a demon. Her dad was a psychiatrist and mother, a therapist, and all the medication and therapy didn't work, but she was instantly delivered in our church through prayer. And it never returned..

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"moreland" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

05:37 min | 5 months ago

"moreland" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"So I better stop talking. JPMorgan, you were just going to answer or respond to my question, my leading question about whether people look at what you're saying now with a jaundiced eye, what has been the response? Well, I think that the evidence that I provide in the book is so strong, and as a philosopher, I know how to investigate and vet things and to present the case for things. And I also respond to the number one objection atheist raised against these. And I pretty much take it off the table. So if people will give it a chance and just give me a hearing, I don't see how they can keep from being persuaded. You asked me a question about how is it that a person who is a professional philosopher does these things? And you know, my response is, well, why wouldn't a professional philosopher do these things? And here's why. My philosophical work has convinced me beyond a reasonable doubt that all of this is real and true. I know God exists. I know that Jesus Christ in the New Testament documents are solid enough history and I believe in an errand sea, but there are enough history to know that Jesus is who is presented there. He did an miraculous and roast of the dead. Now, if I am really confident based upon the evidence and arguments I've read over the years, duh, don't you think that I would start saying, well, since this is real, I'm going to start stepping out. And so my attempt to pray for the sick and to see God move is based on the confidence I have that this stuff is true in the first place. And so you would think that the more reasonable people think Christianity is, the more they would launch out and experience and engage in, taking a risk for the kingdom. I think people don't do that because their career and their reputation means more to them than trying to serve Christ. And just so we underscore the point, what in the world could be more shameful than that, I think we need to make that very clear, folks, your time on this planet is short. And that, which really amounts to fear of man, is a kind of dedication to sin, really, that we need to at least be open about our motivations about why we do things or don't do things. I think the way most people respond to this kind of thing, doctor morland, is to ignore it. In other words, the safest thing for folks like that is not to read your book lest they be persuaded. And I've experienced this a lot myself where people just, they don't really want to hear the argument because they're afraid that it will be persuasive. And so they ignore it and they tend to deride you and use ad hominem insults as a way simply of deflecting what is too painful for them to bear. I really do think that's the case. I'm Friends with somebody who lives in your neck of the Woods can fish who has a ministry. He started out with John wimber in the 80s. And incredibly brilliant mind, he was a quantum physics major at Princeton, and then starts hanging out with John wimber. But it's amazing to me. I mean, he has a particular gift for deliverance and healing and so on and so forth. And when you see it, when you're there and you watch it, you think, well, it's at least real. I may have questions, but I can't think that this is somehow demonic or this is something I need to run from. And I really do think that a lot of this is whether people are have enough desperation to open themselves up to experiencing things like this. And the vineyard, of course, has been a great place for people to encounter this. Do you go to a vineyard church now? I don't know if you can say that. Yes, I still go to the same vineyard. And in the book, I give several ways that people can overcome this and begin to practically learn how to experience this more and more. But let's face it. Sin of omission is as bad as the cynical mission. And by failing to do what we're all called to do, because of the reasons you stated, it's not a good thing. And I also believe, wouldn't you agree that tremendous joy and well-being comes in life when we see God act. When we get an answer to prayer that we know and I give a test for this in the book, could not have been coincidence. My gosh, you realize God is alive and he knows me. And he took the time to step in and grant me a request. This is unbelievable. And it rededicates your heart to want to make his name great because he's such a wonderful person. Well, when you talk about witnessing the healing of this dead eye that had been dead for decades, I mean, if you experience anything quite like that, it will change you forever. Because it's simply that dramatic. And by the way, it's meant to change you forever. One of the reasons the lord does these things is in fact to build our faith. So that's why when people make the case almost that this stuff is counterfeit and that, well, if it's leading me to Jesus, I don't know how it could possibly be counterfeit. You're.

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"moreland" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

04:10 min | 5 months ago

"moreland" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Important. Do you talk in the book about other specific miracles, anything that you want to share? Because I think it's important to have stories like that. Oh, absolutely. Like they're 40 or something. Yeah. I don't have time to tell you some of them. But here's a quick one. We had a conference up in mid California, where about 6 of our team went up there to teach on healing prayer. And I know four of them, including one of them, was an optometrist assistant who did eye exams and so on. Well, there was a couple that came to that conference. Their names are in the book. And the husband had had his eye put out by a grenade. He jumped in front of his captain and the shrapnel of the grenade, went off and put his eye out. His eye by this time looked like it just a marble. It was dead. And he had not seen for decades. They came, he and his wife came for prayer. And a group of the people there laid hands on this gentleman and after 20 minutes of prayer, his eye was completely restored. And it was, it was a lie. And he and his wife started running around like they were nuts. They were screaming and yelling and laughing. And there were people who saw this, and I know that the optometrists assistant and the other people who did this are credible. And I push questions to all of them. And if I wanted to, I could contact the people up in Sacramento, but I had enough evidence for that. But there's no way to explain that. And he was healed after about 20 minutes of soaking prayer. And as eyesight has been restored to this day. I mean, when you hear these things, first of all, it's tremendously encouraging. It makes me want to go pray, which is fantastic, right? I have to think that many people who know you through your work as a philosopher and a scholar. That many people would be surprised that you would come out in this place. When we come back, I want to ask you more about that because typically people who write for philosophy and phenomenological research, they don't go to a vineyard church. And they don't pray for healing. And you do. And it's at least interesting. So we're going to be right back folks. I'm talking to JPMorgan, the new book a simple guide to experience miracles. We'll be right back. Stop using me here anything before yesterday's gone yesterday's gone. Hey folks, if you listen to this program, of course, you've heard me talk at infinitum about my pillow and my friend Mike lindell. Well, Mike is just announced that you will receive one of his books in the book is next level insane. It is called what are the odds from crack addict to CEO. It's his story. You will receive it absolutely free with any purchase using the promo code Eric. Did you hear that? It would be a great time, by the way, to buy his warm and wonderful my slippers for limited time. He's offering 50% off my slippers. We all wear them in my extended family, my slippers. Check it out. 50% off. Go to my pillow dot com. Click on the radio listeners square and use promo code Eric. You'll also get deep discounts on all my pillow products, including some overstock products such as individual towels, blankets, comforters, and much more or call 809 7 8 37 that's 809 7 8 three O 5 7 to use the promo code, Eric. Look how it comes tomorrow that's when I have to choose how I wish I could focus I'm talking to JPMorgan..

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"moreland" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:51 min | 5 months ago

"moreland" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Hey folks, I'm talking to JPMorgan the JPMorgan distinguished Professor of philosophy at Talbot school of theology and so on and so on, the new book, a simple guide to experience miracles. Doctor Mullen, you were just talking about this Jewish woman who was genuinely miraculously outrageously healed of terminal cancer. You were keep going because there was more. Right. Well, I interviewed two of the people that were on that prayer team, and they vouched for everything I've just told you, but here's the interesting thing. About 5 years after this happened, I was invited by PBS to participate in a debate with scholars around the world on miracles. And I wanted to cite this case. So I got her name and email address, and I emailed her and told her her name is maim Sawyer. I'm going to present your case. Can you tell me if this is really what happened? Well, I had the email here in my file. She wrote back and said, every single thing you said is exactly the way it took place. And here's something else. I converted to becoming a messianic Jew, the instant I knew I was healed. And 5, 6 years later, whatever it was, I am still on fire for him and the cancer has never returned since I was prayed for that night. Now that's her own words. I have the email right here. Now, what do you do with that, Eric? What are you going to do many people? I mean, I've had this experience where you share something like that. And somebody, this is where we have to be clear. Unless the Holy Spirit reveals something to someone, merely being logical can't do it. You're asking. Right? Even though the logic is there, it's like throwing BBs against the brick wall. It doesn't do anything. I've experienced this many times where you share a story that you would expect people's jaws to drop open and to say, oh my goodness. Wow. Where can I get me some of that? And they don't. So it is fascinating in a way just to see how sometimes things happen. And sometimes they don't, you could say the same thing for healing, right? That you pray for someone, you do the exact same thing, and they don't get healed. There's a lot to be said about that. I know you talk about that in the book. Do you want to talk about that a little bit? Why sometimes these things don't work? Yes. I have 14 reasons that I've really carefully thought about. And before I give you a specific one, my advice to people is that if you don't get an answer to prayer that you think God would just obviously want to answer this or a healing, look up those pages and there may be all four team won't apply, but maybe two or three of them will give you some insight as to what might have happened and it will encourage you not to get discouraged. Now sometimes we just don't know, but at least these are helpful guidelines. And I would say that the main thing that helps me is that I have such a limited perspective on what's going to happen if this person gets healed compared to not healed, but God sees a much larger picture and he would might know that it may appear to be in everyone's best interests for me to respond to your prayer. But the truth is, if I were to do so, things would not be as good as if I let things run their course. That's comforting to me. Well, that's the real question. Whom do you trust? If you really trust the lord, then you can accept that. When he says what ostensibly looks like a no, and you realize, well, it's a no, but there's a larger yes, if you know who God is. And that is important..

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"moreland" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:54 min | 5 months ago

"moreland" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Heresy. Well, you and I are on the same page, my friend, I'll tell you, I could care less about intellectual respectability or what people think of me. I gave that project up a long time ago, except for one thing. I do care that my work is good, and I represent Christ by doing superior work. Apart from that, I got an audience of one and my brothers and sisters, and I could quite frankly care less about what the academy thinks of me. So I'm with you 100%. Well, you've established your bona fides, and I think that's often part of the equation that these people are worried that they won't get to do that or something like that. But I'm with you. I mean, my books stand for themselves. I don't do sloppy work. But apart from that, I'm going to speak what I think is the truth. Do the best I can because we're living in tough times and I really think so many people have run for cover when we ought to be in the battle because the battle is winnable by God's grace. And that these issues are connected. Well, life's too short to do otherwise Eric. And back to your point about people suffering. I have like 40 to 50 cases that I carefully vetted. In the book, but let me tell you one of them. We have a Monday night healing prayer ministry where people can come to our church. They can sign up for prayer and a group of three or four people will take them to a room, and get permission to lay hands on them and pray over them for say 20 minutes. There was a Jewish woman who was consigned to hospice care. She had 51 points of cancer throughout her body and she was terminally ill. Chemo radiation, nothing worked. So she was in hospice. A Christian friend said, look, what do you have to lose? There's a church I know of that praise for the sick on Monday night. Why don't you give it a shot, even though you're Jewish? So she came Monday night three nights three weeks in a row. The first two Monday nights, nothing happened, but she felt so loved and blessed that she wanted to come back. The third Monday night, she felt hot oil, according to her own words, pour through her body, and she intuitively knew that she had no cancer left. So the next morning she called her oncologist and said, I know, I'm in hospice care, but you have got to do one more scan on me. And he fitted her in that week, she went in, and the doctor came out. This is no kidding. And his jaw was on the floor. He said, there's not only no cancer in your body. There's no evidence you ever had it. And he showed her the two plates. We're going to go to this is a cliffhanger ladies and gentlemen in show business. We'll be right back with JPMorgan..

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"moreland" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

04:44 min | 5 months ago

"moreland" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"That. But I want to ask you about your personal experiences. First of all, did you grow up knowing that this was real or is this something that you've come to later in life? I was raised in a liberal Methodist Church and it wasn't until my junior year in college in 1968 that I came to Christ through campus crusade now called crew. And I went to Dallas seminary and other places, and I never bought the cessation of this line, but all the miraculous so called events appear goofy to me, and they were by people that were kind of off on a tangent that weren't really proclaiming the gospel is the central issue. Well, I started going to a vineyard church in 2003. And I'm telling you, it blew my wife's mind and my mind. So it wasn't until the last two decades, though, that you began to experience this stuff through the vineyard. Well, yeah, so I experienced miracles before then, but in droves is what happened when I started going to the vineyard. And I began to see and hear things that were credible, and I ask questions. I said, are you sure that really happened? And now I am a different person. It is completely changed my life. Well, it's funny because when you mentioned Dallas, theological seminary, I think of that as the place out of which cessationism came, really, that if you were there, I'm friends with Jack Deere, who when he began trafficking in this stuff, they threw him out. They couldn't bear to have somebody, even though he was a distinguished Professor of the ancient languages and on and on and on. It bothered them to that extent. I think they may be less hidebound about this today. I don't know whether you can say. Well, they have loosened up a little bit, but I don't know the extent. I do know faculty members at Dallas are full on and signs and wonders. I don't know if they make that known to people. The main thing about my book is I want to encourage people to draw closer to Jesus and to have more confidence that this is all true. And one way that you grow in your confidence is that you learn how to pray specifically how to pray for the sick. How to hear God's voice, I list 5 different ways that you can hear God's voice under the authority of scripture, how to recognize a demon or an angel and then near death experiences. Some of which are clearly biblical. And I have 14 reasons why people don't get their prayers answered, which is a big frustration because it looks like God doesn't show up sometimes when it would be in his interest. I try to explain that. But what I think is really unique about the book is I present a principle for deciding whether an event is a miracle or just an accident and unlikely coincidence. And I think all of this is an attempt to embolden and give courage to my brothers and sisters that what we have is true and we need to step out and risk a little bit more. Well, I certainly agree. And I really do think it's scandalous when people try to limit God. I mean, it's not merely scandalous. It's repulsive because people are suffering and God wants to bring healing and he wants to bring deliverance from demonic oppression and anybody who says, well, that's not for us, or we don't do that here. I think, well, what do you do? That's pathetic. If you call yourself a church and you don't do that, what's your excuse for not doing that? People are in pain. You talk about feeding the, it's kind of like saying, well, we don't, we don't feed the hungry, and we don't help the poor here. It's not what we do. And you think, well, why don't you? And I think part of this, you know, this does bring us to politics. There are some people, I think, who've revealed themselves, particularly in the last number of years since Trump came on the scene that they are worried, and I can understand this. I really do get this, but they're worried about intellectual respectability. They're afraid that if I align myself with that politician or that group or that person who talks about miracles, it will Sully my reputation and it will make me less effective as an evangelist as a Christian. I understand that. But I think those people are mistaken because when you see real pain around you, you have to respond and you can't worry, but I think people worry too much about that kind of intellectual respectability to the point that it drives them into effectively.

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"moreland" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:07 min | 5 months ago

"moreland" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Feel like. Folks, welcome back. I'm talking to JP morland. You may know him as Professor of philosophy, distinguished Professor of philosophy at Talbot in California. He is also the author right now of a book called a simple guide to experience miracles. Doctor morland, you were just saying that there is evidence of the miraculous beyond the first century. I think when I was reading. John Macarthur's book on systematic theology, he refers to that. He's quoting somebody. But he effectively says that he essentially says that there was kind of a lot of exaggeration with regard to stories of the saints and things like that, which is certainly true. So when you refer to the miraculous being documented beyond the era of the scripture, beyond the first century, what are you referring to? Well, you have to understand if I may say so, that I'm a research scholar with a reputation. I'm not some naive person who accepts everything they read. So I vetted this very carefully. And in the first four centuries, we have church fathers documenting the miracles that they saw themselves. The casting out of demons, healings in the name of Jesus, and factually, at one place, is writing to a Roman official scapula who is beginning to persecute Christians and tertullian a second in the 200s of church fathers says this. Why would you want to persecute us? Because we're the ones that heal your sick and deliver them from demons. We're doing good for your empire. Why would you want to harm us? Well, you don't say that to a Roman official if it's not true, because that'll just make him mad, you know, turn up the dials. So that is a hardcore piece of evidence. Hey, has there been exaggerations? You bet. But I don't care about that. You don't judge the truth of something by counterfeits. And so I have done my homework. I vet 40 to 50 cases, Eric, that I would stake my reputation on, like I said, 5 different kinds of miracles, happening today, some of which I have seen myself, and there's no way that these didn't happen. And I'll leave it to the reader to decide, but John McCarthy with all due respect is not doing his homework. Well, it is interesting, isn't it that there are some people for them, this is really a major issue. This idea, and they tend to denigrate anything having to do with the miraculous or with deliverance or healing, certainly with anything prophetic, as though they can structurally do that. They can just cut it off and say, no, this has nothing to do. And it's at least more complicated than.

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"moreland" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

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02:09 min | 5 months ago

"moreland" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

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What Do You Say to Skeptics of Miracles? J.P. Moreland Explains

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:22 min | 5 months ago

What Do You Say to Skeptics of Miracles? J.P. Moreland Explains

"I was just reading the systematic theology book of John mccarthur. And I immediately flipped to the page where he makes the case for what's called cessationism. Arguing that once the canon of scripture had been ended, effectively a hundred AD, that from then onward, miracles ceased to have any purpose in the church. He makes the case that the whole point of them was to underscore the authority of the people at that time. And once that had all been established, that the era of miracles was over. I feel strongly that that's mistaken, and I know now that you do too, but what do you say to somebody whom we would otherwise respect profoundly like a John McCarthy? What do you suppose gets him to take that argument that far to say that these things aren't for today when so many of us know that they are? We don't even say we I think they are. We know that they are. We've seen this. I'd say three things. The first one is that the purpose of miracles in the New Testament is not simply to be a sign that this is God's message. There was another purpose that's all throughout the gospels in the book of acts. And that is God manifesting his love and care for a person in need. And Jesus was moved with compassion. So the first thing I would say is that that reduction to just one purpose of New Testament miracles doesn't represent the tax fairly. The second thing I would say would be that the view that the gifts of the spirit have ceased is itself dying out. And it is now an extraordinarily minority view among biblical scholars and theologians. But here's the third thing that's most important. Eric and my book, my theological basis for growing an expectation of at least 5 different kinds of miracles. It's not based on spiritual gifts. It's based on the reality of the kingdom of God now and the primary way that kingdom is manifested according to Paul is power.

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Why J.P. Moreland Wrote 'A Simple Guide to Experience Miracles'

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:46 min | 5 months ago

Why J.P. Moreland Wrote 'A Simple Guide to Experience Miracles'

"JPMorgan welcome. It's so good to be with you, my brother. Thank you for lifting the tone of this conversation by not being me. I'm going to do my best to let you talk. Honestly, I'm thrilled to talk to you, but I'm more thrilled to talk to you than I would even normally be because you've written a book titled a simple guide to experience miracles, instruction and inspiration for living supernaturally in Christ. Many people think that one is either some kind of an intellectual theologian or the kind of Christian believes in miracles. You and I know that's nonsense. But I'm glad to show that that's nonsense by having you on the program as the author of this book. When did you decide to write this book and why? Well, I began to do a study of the book of acts of fresh and the first four centuries of the church to see what they emphasized in trying to build disciples, and they were world changers. And I discovered three things, Eric. First, they valued people learning what they believe and why they believe. So the cultivation of a Christian mind, secondly, they emphasize principles of discipleship and character formation, centering around the tender, Hartford Jesus, but finally, there is no doubt that they emphasize the manifest power of the kingdom of God on behalf of the name of Jesus. And today, we have lost sight of that in western culture.

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"moreland" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

06:33 min | 7 months ago

"moreland" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Right. It's based on. No, I'd love to hear about Jonathan Edwards. What's in Edwards saw these things? And Edward said that if you see these sorts of manifestations at the end of the day, they're evaluated ultimately on the fruit they produce. If they draw people to Christ, if they enliven their Christian lives and cause them to dig into the word and love God's people more, the devil is either stupid, which we know he's not. Or else this is something that God is doing. And so the fruit of these things, are there cases, yeah, there are cases where people get off on a tangent and that saddens me. I'm not talking about that. I'm talking about wise use. And boy, the fruit is there. When we talk about the stuff too, I'm always I'm fascinated with the demonic and the angelic, that there's this world a created world of spiritual beings that there could be nothing clearer from the scripture that this is real. But there are many Christians today, many of them very intelligent and otherwise faithful Christians who ignore this. They seem to be afraid of even looking in that direction. Have you had any experiences with that run? Oh, yeah. Oh, yes, I have. I can't go into it, but in the chapter on this, I explain how I know that there are three angels that guard me and the evidence I provide would stand up in a court of law. We know demons are real for the following reasons. I've come to trust the scriptures after testing them for 53 years. And the Bible is clear on this. Secondly, if the person can not do the things, the scriptures say demonize person can't do. Love the brother and be drawn to the word confess Jesus lord. Then why is that? Because the multiple person actually forgive me, this is too important, so we're going to go to a break. We'll be right back and we will let JPMorgan finish these sentences. Folks I'm talking to JP morland, who was just in the point of making just on the verge of making a great point or a series of points and we had to cut them off. What please continue. Well, demons, we know we're real. The Bible teaches it secondly, a demonized person can't do the things the Bible says a demonized person can't, but a multiple personality case can, like, acknowledge Jesus lord. Third, if nothing else has worked, and I was a part of delivering a young lady from a demon, her dad was a psychiatrist and mother a therapist and all the medication and therapy didn't work, but she was instantly delivered in our church through prayer. And it never returned. Number four, there are a clear cases where the demonized person knows intimate details about the lives of those in the room and points out what they were doing on Tuesday or this is how your mother died or this is what was going on in your house. So these are demonic demonic words of knowledge, so to speak. Exactly in the human subject could not have known them. All those combined to indicate to me that's beyond reasonable doubt that demons are real. Well, it's interesting what you said with regard to multiple personalities as sort of because nobody's arguing that there might not be that there are cases of troubled souls where it is not an issue of demonic oppression. But there are cases where it is and we need to have the tools to diagnose these things, and to say, in this case, you can do all the therapy you want. But demonic issue here. And some people simply wipe out that category and they Medicaid, or they do whatever they can do, but they can't get at the root of it because they've decided that category can't exist. Right. You're absolutely right. All the above. We bring all the tools we can. Well, it's incredible. I remember one of the things that really brought me to faith was reading M Scott peck's people of the lie where he deals with evil and then ultimately talks about an exorcism. And this is pretty left wing Harvard psychiatrist, writing about evil, realizing this is a thing. This is a real thing. This is not just a privation of the good. There's something palpable personal evil and it's so horrifying. But I remember reading about reading in that book and I thought to myself, this guy is clearly not crazy. He's clearly reporting on things. And there's no question that there's a reality here. So the question is, what does that reality and how do I respond? But we do live in a culture that even the church doesn't want to talk about this. And of course, that plays into the enemy's hands. And that's why we have to have the confidence to talk among ourselves about the things that we know and the reasons why we know them. That's why shows like yours and a book like mine and others are important that people invest themselves to listening and reading and staying up on what's been going on. I've only just received your book published by zondar van and I look forward to reading it and having you back on the program because it strikes me that there's more to talk about. I just get that impression. Yes, there is. You think I'd love to come back? I was going to say, let's do that. And I want to say that the book is festooned with encomium from the likes of Craig keener, J Warner Wallace, Wayne grew them, who doesn't love Wayne grew them. Josh McDowell, Lee strobel, who just celebrated his 70th birthday he doesn't want anyone to know that. Happy birthday Lee. It really is, it's just a pleasure to have you on the program. What was the date that the book was launched? It was launched in November. So it's a brand new book, a simple guide to experience miracles instruction and inspiration for living supernaturally in Christ. I can't think of anything more important. So JP morland, thank you for the book, and thank you for your time. We look forward to having you back as soon as possible..

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"moreland" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:18 min | 7 months ago

"moreland" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Very clear. Folks, your time on this planet is short. And that, which really amounts to fear of man, is a kind of dedication to sin, really, that we need to at least be open about our motivations about why we do things or don't do things. I think the way most people respond to this kind of thing, doctor merland is to ignore it. And that was the safest thing for folks like that is not to read your book, lest they be persuaded. And I've experienced this a lot myself, where people just don't really want to hear the argument because they're afraid that it will be persuasive. And so they ignore it, and they tend to deride you and use ad hominem insults as a way simply of deflecting what is too painful for them to bear. I really do think that's the case. I'm Friends with somebody who lives in your neck of the Woods Ken fish, who has a ministry. He started out with John wimber in the 80s and incredibly brilliant mind. He was a quantum physics major at Princeton, and then starts hanging out with John wimber. But it's amazing to me. I mean, he has a particular gift for deliverance and healing and so on and so forth. And when you see it, when you're there and you watch it, you think, well, it's at least real. I may have questions, but I can't think that this is somehow demonic or this is something I need to run from. And I really do think that a lot of this is whether people are have enough desperation to open themselves up to experiencing things like this. And the vineyard of course has been a great place for people to encounter this. Do you go to a vineyard church now? I don't know if you can say that. Yes, I still go to the same vineyard. And the book I give several ways that people can overcome this and begin to practically learn how to experience this more and more. But let's face it, sine of omission is as bad as the cinecom mission. And by failing to do what we're all called to do because of the reasons you stated is not a good thing. And I also believe, wouldn't you agree that tremendous joy and well-being comes in life when we see God act? When we get an answer to prayer that we know and I give a test for this in the book, could not have been coincidence. My gosh, you realize God is alive and he knows me. And he took the time to step in and grant me a request. This is unbelievable. And it rededicates your heart to wanting to make his name great because he's such a wonderful person. Well, when you talk about witnessing the healing of this dead eye that had been dead for decades, I mean, if you experience anything quite like that, it will change you forever. Because it's simply that dramatic. And by the way, it's meant to change you forever. One of the reasons the lord does these things is, in fact, to build our faith. So that's why when people make the case almost that this stuff is counterfeit and that, well, if it's leading me to Jesus, I don't know how it could possibly be counterfeit. You're.

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Author J.P. Moreland Provides Strong Evidence for Miracles in His Latest Book

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:50 min | 7 months ago

Author J.P. Moreland Provides Strong Evidence for Miracles in His Latest Book

"Could folks I'm talking to JPMorgan. So I better stop talking. JP morland, you were just going to answer or respond to my question, my leading question about whether people look at what you're saying now with a jaundiced eye, what has been the response? Well, I think that the evidence that I provide in the book is so strong and as a philosopher, I know how to investigate and vet things and to the case for things. And I also respond to the number one objection, atheist raised against these. And I pretty much take it off the table. So if people will give it a chance and just give me a hearing, I don't see how they can keep from being persuaded. You asked me a question about how is it that a person who's a professional philosopher does these things? And my response is, well, why wouldn't a professional philosopher do these things? And here's why. My philosophical work has convinced me beyond a reasonable doubt that all of this is real and true. I know God exists. I know that Jesus Christ and the New Testament documents are solid enough history and I believe in an arrangement, but they're solid enough history to know that Jesus is who is presented there. He did miraculous and roasted the dead. Now, if I am really confident based upon the evidence and arguments I've read over the years, duh, don't you think that I would start saying, well, since this is real, I'm going to start stepping out. And so my attempt to pray for the sick and to see God move is based on the confidence I have that this stuff is true in the first

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"moreland" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

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04:09 min | 7 months ago

"moreland" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"There's a lot to be said about that. I know you talk about that in the book. Do you want to talk about that a little bit? Why sometimes these things don't work? Yes. I have 14 reasons that I've really carefully thought about. And before I give you a specific one, my advice to people is that if you don't get an answer to prayer that you think God would just obviously want to answer this or a healing, look up those pages and there may be all 14 one applied, but maybe two or three of them will give you some insight as to what might have happened and it will encourage you not to get discouraged. Now, sometimes we just don't know, but at least these are helpful guidelines. And I would say that the main thing that helps me is that I have such a limited perspective on what's going to happen if this person gets healed compared to not healed, but God sees a much larger picture. And he would know that it may appear to be in everyone's best interest for me to respond to your prayer. But the truth is, if I were to do so, things would not be as good as if I let things run their course. That's comforting to me. Well, that's the real question. Whom do you trust? If you really trust the lord, then you can accept that. When he says what ostensibly looks like to know and you realize, well, it's a no, but there's a larger yes. If you know who God is. And that is important. Do you talk in the book about other specific miracles? Anything that you want to share? Because I think it's important to have stories like that. Oh, absolutely. Like they're 40 or some. Yeah. I don't have time to tell you some of them, but here's a quick one. We had a conference up in mid California, where about 6 of our team went up there to teach on healing prayer. And I know four of them, including one of them was an optometrist assistant who did eye exams and so on. Well, there was a couple that came to that conference. Their names are in the book, and the husband that had his eye put out by a grenade. He jumped in front of his captain and the shrapnel of the grenade went off and put his eye out. His eye by this time looked like it just a marble. It was dead. And he had not seen for decades. They came he and his wife came for prayer. And the group of the people there laid hands on this gentleman, and after 20 minutes of prayer, his eye was completely restored. And it was a live. And he and his wife started running around like they were nuts. They were screaming and yelling and laughing. And there were people who saw this. And I know that the optometrist assistant and the other people who did this are credible, and I push questions to all of them. And if I wanted to, I could contact the people up in Sacramento, but I had enough evidence for that. But there's no way to explain that. And he was healed after about 20 minutes of soaking prayer. And he's and his eyesight has been restored to this day. I mean, when you hear these things, first of all, it's tremendously encouraging. It makes me want to go pray, which is fantastic, right? I have to think that many people who know you through your work as a philosopher and a scholar, that many people would be surprised that you would come out in this place. When we come back, I want to ask you more about that because typically people who write for philosophy and phenomenological research, they don't go to a vineyard church, and they don't pray for healing. And you do. And it's at least interesting. So we're going to.

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"moreland" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:05 min | 7 months ago

"moreland" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Guide to experience miracles. Doctor moulin, you're just talking about this Jewish woman who was genuinely miraculously outrageously healed of terminal cancer. You keep going because there was more. Right. Well, I interviewed two of the people that were on that prayer team and they vouched for everything I've just told you, but here's the interesting thing. About 5 years after this happened, I was invited by PBS to participate in a debate with scholars around the world on miracles. And I wanted to cite this case. So I got her name and email address. And I emailed her and told her her name is maim Sawyer. I'm going to present your case. Can you tell me if this is really what happened? Well, I had the email here on my file. She wrote back and said, every single thing you said is exactly the way it took place. And here's something else. I converted to becoming a messianic Jew, the instant I knew I was healed. And 5, 6 years later, whatever it was, I am still on fire for him and the cancer has never returned since I was prayed for that night. Now that's her own words. I have the email right here. Now, what do you do with that? Eric, what are you going to do to people? I mean, I've had this experience where you share something like that. And somebody, this is where we have to be clear. Unless the Holy Spirit reveals something to someone merely being logical, can't do it. You're asking, I agree. Right. Even though the logic is there, it's like throwing bbs against the brick wall. It doesn't do anything. I've experienced this many times where you share a story that you would expect people's jaws to drop open and to say, oh my goodness, wow. Where can I get me some of that? And they don't. So it is fascinating in a way just to see how sometimes things happen and sometimes they don't. You could say the same thing for healing, right, that you pray for someone. You do the exact same thing and they don't get healed..

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"moreland" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:24 min | 7 months ago

"moreland" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"So I'm with you 100%. Well, you've established your bona fides and I think that's often part of the equation that these people are worried that they won't get to do that or something like that. But I'm with you. My books stand for themselves. I don't do sloppy work. But apart from that, I'm going to speak what I think is the truth to do the best I can because we're living in tough times. And I really think so many people have run for cover when we ought to be in the battle because the battle is winnable by God's grace. And that these issues are connected. Well, life's too short to do otherwise Eric, and back to your point about people suffering. I have like 40 to 50 cases that I carefully vetted. In the book, but let me tell you one of them. We have a Monday night healing prayer ministry, where people can come to our church. They can sign up for prayer and a group of three or four people will take them to a room. And get permission to lay hands on them and pray over them for say 20 minutes. There was a Jewish woman who was consigned to hospice care. She had 51 points of cancers throughout her body and she was terminally ill. Chemo radiation nothing worked. So she was in hospice, a Christian friend said, look, what do you have to lose? There's a church I know of that praise for the sick on Monday night. Why don't you give it a shot, even though you're Jewish. So she came Monday night, three nights at three weeks in a row. The first two Monday nights, nothing happened, but she felt so loved and blessed that you wanted to come back. The third Monday night, she felt hot oil according to her own words, pour through her body, and she intuitively knew that she had no cancer left. So the next morning she called her oncologist and said I know I'm in hospice care, but you have got to do one more scan on me. And he fitted her in that week. She went in and the doctor came out. This is no kidding. And his jaw was on the floor. He said, there's not only no cancer in your body. There's no evidence you ever had it. And he showed her the two plates. We're gonna go to this is a cliffhanger ladies and gentlemen in show business. We'll be right back with JPMorgan..

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"moreland" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

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08:18 min | 7 months ago

"moreland" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Back. I'm talking to JP morland. You may know him as professor philosophy distinguished professor philosophy at Talbot in California. He is also the author right now of a book called a simple guide to experience miracles. Doctor Marlin, you were just saying that there is evidence of the miraculous beyond the first century. I think when I was reading John McCarthy's book on systematic theology, he refers to that. He's quoting somebody. But he effectively says that he essentially says that there was a lot of exaggeration with regard to stories of the saints and things like that, which is certainly true. So when you refer to the miraculous being documented beyond the era of the scripture, beyond the first century, what are you referring to? Well, you have to understand if I may say so that I'm a research scholar with a reputation. I'm not some naive person who accepts everything they read. So I vetted this very carefully. And in the first four centuries, we have church fathers documenting the miracles that they saw themselves. The casting out of demons, healings in the name of Jesus in fact tritonian at one place. His writing to a Roman official scapula, who is beginning to persecute Christians and tertullian a second in the 200s of church fathers says this, why would you want to persecute us? Because we're the ones that heal your sick and deliver them from demons. We're doing good for your empire. Why would you want to harm us? Well, you don't say that to a Roman official, if it's not true, because that'll just make him mad, you know, turn up the dials. So that is a hardcore piece of evidence. Hey, has there been exaggerations? You bet. But I don't care about that. You don't judge the truth of something by counterfeits. And so I have done my homework. I vet 40 to 50 cases, Eric, that I would stake my reputation on, like I said, 5 different kinds of miracles, happening today, some of which I have seen myself. And there's no way that these didn't happen. And I'll leave it to the reader to decide, but John McCarthy with all due respect is not doing his homework. Well, it is interesting, isn't it that there are some people for them? This is really a major issue. This idea. And they tend to denigrate anything having to do with the miraculous or with deliverance or healing. Certainly with anything prophetic, as though they can scripturally do that. They can just cut it off and say, no, this has nothing to do. And it's at least more complicated than that. But I want to ask you about your personal experiences. First of all, did you grow up knowing that this was real or is this something that you've come to later in life? I was raised in a liberal Methodist Church and it wasn't until my junior year in college in 1968 that I came to Christ through campus crusade, now called crew. And I went to Dallas seminary and other places and I never bought the cessation of this line, but all the miraculous so called events appeared goofy to me, and they were by people that were kind of off on a tangent that weren't really proclaiming the gospel is the central issue. Well, I started going to a vineyard church in 2003. And I'm telling you it blew my wife's mind and my mind. So it wasn't until the last two decades, though, that you began to experience this stuff through the vineyard. Well, well, yes. So I experienced miracles before then, but in droves, is what happened when I started going to the vineyard. And I began to see and hear things that were credible. And I asked questions. I said, are you sure that really happened? And now I'm a different person. It is completely changed my life. Well, it's funny because when you mentioned Dallas theological seminary, I think of that as the place out of which cessationism came really that if you were there, I'm friends with Jack deer who when he began trafficking in this stuff, they threw him out. They couldn't bear I have somebody even though he was a distinguished Professor of the ancient languages and on and on and on. It bothered them to that extent. I think they may be less hide bound about this today. I don't know whether you can say. Well, they have loosened up a little bit, but I don't know the extent. I do know faculty members at Dallas are full on and signs and wonders. I don't know if they make that known to people. The main thing about my book is I want to encourage people to draw closer to Jesus and to have more confidence that this is all true. And one way that you grow in your confidence is that you learn how to pray specifically, how to pray for the sick. How to hear God's voice. I list 5 different ways that you can hear God's voice under the authority of scripture. How to recognize a demon or an angel in the near death experiences. Some of which are clearly biblical. And I have 14 reasons why people don't get their prayers answered, which is a big frustration because it looks like God doesn't show up sometimes when it would be in his interest. I try to explain that. But what I think is really unique about the book is have I present a principle for deciding whether an event is a miracle or just an accident and an unlikely coincidence. And I think all of this is an attempt to embolden and give courage to my brothers and sisters that what we have is true and we need to step out and risk a little bit more. Well, I certainly agree. And I really do think it's scandalous. When people try to limit God, it's not merely scandalous. It's repulsive because people are suffering and God wants to bring healing and he wants to bring deliverance from demonic oppression, and anybody who says, well, that's not for us, or we don't do that here. I think what do you do? That's pathetic. If you call yourself a church and you don't do that, what's your excuse for not doing that? People are in pain. You talk about feeding. It's kind of like saying, well, we don't feed the hungry, and we don't help the poor here. It's not what we do. And you think, well, why don't you? And I think part of this, you know, this does bring us to politics. There are some people I think who've revealed themselves particularly in the last number of years since Trump came on the scene that they are worried and I can understand this. I really do get this, but they're worried about intellectual respectability. They're afraid that if I align myself with that politician or that group or that person who talks about miracles, it will Sully my reputation and it will make me less effective as an evangelist as a Christian. I understand that. But I think those people are mistaken because when you see real pain around you, you have to respond and you can't worry, but I think people worry too much about that kind of intellectual respectability to the point that it drives them into effectively heresy. Well, you and I are on the same page, my friend, I'll tell you, I could care less about intellectual respectability or what people think of me. I gave that project up a long time ago, except for one thing. I do care that my work is good, and I represent Christ by doing superior work. Apart from that, I got an audience of one in my brothers and sisters and I could quite frankly care less about what the academy thinks to me..

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"moreland" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

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05:20 min | 7 months ago

"moreland" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Most important. Eric and my book, my theological basis for growing an expectation of at least 5 different kinds of miracles is not based on spiritual gifts. It's based on the reality of the kingdom of God now and the primary way that kingdom is manifested according to Paul, is power. And so I admit a new form of the kingdom in the future. But let's face it, when Jesus came, there was a new dimension of the manifested to this time that wasn't present in the Old Testament. And so we have a now not yet. And that kingdom, as it is now, is to be manifested in the power of the Holy Spirit in signs thunders. So my theology is based on the kingdom, I also believe the gifts are for today, but if you don't, that doesn't matter. You still have the power of the kingdom. And you know, if you read close with this, you don't see a reference to gifts in terms of the miracles. They are manifestations of the spirits and the kingdoms power. And I embrace that for today. Well, it is interesting because I think we all know that suddenly in the New Testament era, you see all of these things, but folks like Macarthur would argue, yes, it's there, but then it ends that this was a special, I guess, in a sense, it's a special dispensation. Am I using that word incorrectly there? No, that's great. That's right. So it's a dispensation, and then it then it's over. And that's why they call themselves cessationists. But you're saying and obviously I agree that no, when this appeared, it appeared to stay. We are currently still in the era that was inaugurated with Jesus. Yes. And one other thing I say, all of this in the book, but it didn't see us. I mean, if you look at the first four centuries of the church, for example, we have stunning evidence by early authors themselves who were eyewitnesses to signs and wonders that continued to happen in the name of Jesus. And all throughout church history. This has been true, though there was a period that it weighed a bit because of a confusion about miracles. But I document all this in the book. So it's just plain false that it ceased with the apostles. It didn't. Folks were talking to JP morland. The JP morlan, the new book, a simple guide to experience miracles, instruction and inspiration for living supernaturally in Christ, very exciting. We will continue. We'll be right back. And bright spotlights we were brought through it all. And your song will play on without you. And this world hey folks, I've got to tell you a secret about relief factor that the father son owners Pete and Seth. Talbot have never made a big deal about, but I think it is a big deal. I really do. They sell the three week quick start pack for just 1995 to anyone struggling from pain like neck shoulder back hip or knee pain. 1995, about a dollar a day. But what they haven't broadcasted much is that every time they sell a three week quick start, they lose money. In fact, they don't even break even until about four to 5 months after if you keep ordering it. Friends, that's huge. People don't keep ordering relief factor month after month if it doesn't work. So yes, Pete and Seth are literally on a mission to help as many people as possible deal with their pain. They really do put their money where their mouths are. So if you're in pain from exercise or even just getting older or the three week quick start from 1995, let's see if we can get you out of pain too, but relief factor dot com relief factor dot com or call 805 108 three 8 four 805 108 three 8 four relief factor dot com. I use it, it works. Hey folks, if you could make money off of abortion or pornography, would you do it? I hope the answer is no. But I want to tell you Robert Nestlé the founder of inspire insight dot com. He was the president of his local pro life pregnancy center when he discovered that he owned investments in three companies manufacturing abortion drugs. Well, God helped him to see that he was making money from abortion pornography LGBT activism and the list goes on. And that's why he created inspire insight dot com inspire insight dot com gives you instant access to biblical values data on over 23,000 stocks, mutual funds and ETFs. So you can invest to the glory of God. You need to go to inspire insight dot com today and screen your four-o-one-ks, IRAs and other investment accounts I did and I was shocked and now I'm able to clean out the junk and invest in companies actually doing good things go to inspire insight dot com today and register for free. That's inspire insight dot com go there. You can do what you feel right now folks welcome.

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Author J.P. Moreland on His 'Simple Guide to Experience Miracles'

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:13 min | 7 months ago

Author J.P. Moreland on His 'Simple Guide to Experience Miracles'

"JPMorgan, welcome. It's so good to be with you, my brother. Thank you for lifting the tone of this conversation by not being me. I'm going to do my best to let you talk. Honestly, I'm thrilled to talk to you, but I'm more thrilled to talk to you than I would even normally be. Because you've written a book titled a simple guide to experience miracles, instruction and inspiration for living supernaturally in Christ. Many people think that one is either some kind of an intellectual theologian or the kind of Christian believes in miracles. You and I know that's nonsense. But I'm glad to show that that's nonsense by having you on the program as the author of this book. When did you decide to write this book and why? Well, I began to do a study of the book of acts afresh. And the first four centuries of the church to see what they emphasize in trying to build the cycles. And they were real changers. And I discovered three things, Eric. First, they valued people learning what they believe and why they believe, so the cultivation of a Christian mind. Secondly, they emphasize principles of discipleship and character formation, centering around the tender, heart for Jesus, but finally, there is no doubt that they emphasize the manifest power of the kingdom of God on behalf of the name of Jesus. And today, we have lost sight of that in western culture. And I have come to believe that miracles book of act style miracles are not rare. They're happening all over the world, including this country. All the time, the problem is that we've been naturalized, so we don't believe in miracles. We have a resistance. And the other problem is people who write on this tend to be a little bit well

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00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Chapman 2 HRs and Defensive Gem for a's in 8-3 Win at Texas

"Oakland hit a season high five home runs is the ace to feed the Texas Rangers eight to three spoiling the induction of Adrian Beltre in Rangers PA announcer Chuck Morgan into the Texas Rangers hall of fame the A. snapped a three all tie in the seventh with four runs off loser Jordan Lyles and reliever Brett Martin highlighted by back to back solo shots by Mitch Moreland and Matt Chapman with two home runs in the game also had a defensive gem Matt Olson also homered for Oakland his thirty of the season the Dandolo drove in two runs to lead the Rangers attack Bob Stevens Arlington Texas

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"moreland" Discussed on The Love Is Podcast

The Love Is Podcast

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"moreland" Discussed on The Love Is Podcast

"I just want my people as a whole right and i know the election has long since passed right in my co host is right because i'm not gonna front like fourteen hundred hours sleep yesterday. Yesterday i was sleep on the counter. E motherfucking. That are more outside his e motherfucker. I was gone. And i know it was a good sleep because you asleep light like anything moving around me because i'm paranoid. I think my wife wanted to start. Look so i'm israel talk song. Trust me she. She should adore she. Good look so. I want to couch out to the world and i hear i feel this on my shoulder with the nfl. It but i'm not. I'm not moving. And then since i'm not moving it gets harder and then when i finally recognize what it is i jump damn near off the fucking couch as she got in front of. She was like because she. Oh she don't like you know she doesn't even pay no attention. She just had the money in her account. And so you know what this is just hit my car and i told her what it was right. So yeah joe. Biden came through like he signed the joint. Thursday which was the was the eleventh and people got paid. Comedian that roddey. So you're right so black people right about now as we recording this on the thirteenth birthday. Happy birthday mom. People are going to lose their. is i the stores is packed. Nail salons is packed. fast shop. This act amazon box has been shipped a leading the so. You're nothing else. He played it specifically. He'd like. I say i was going to do this. And then he iago so going back to the academy out everybody's doing here spending and sleman. Tv boxes like that your monthly rent. But i see so many tv boss. I'm not y'all got mentioned. Outfits matching jays somebody iran's his house system somebody the the grocery store and seafood section out. Oh who did they ever. I winded josh. I'm like oh my god. What did they got a special like and they into the first of the month two all got hit at the same time geez. Ap people got paid on friday. Because i got paid going into the fifteenth where social security checks so the first set of social security check visit to x tax returns in rights. I yeah yeah everybody spending. Let's go and in the black broke and broke. You spend your money properly right. So i'll say this for people that listen to this right and hope the like. I'm not talking specifically people that really need to hear this but don't forget like they're gonna lift the court orders as.

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New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo faces growing calls to resign

South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo

04:43 min | 1 year ago

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo faces growing calls to resign

"For Governor Andrew Cuomo to step down as the governor of the state of New York or raising our getting to a fever pitch. As more allegations continue to come to light. Now, six women have accused him of input inappropriate behavior. And the State Assembly has actually more Democrats and Republicans more than 60 Democrats calling for him to step down. Is the average New Yorker. Think about this. Let's talk to Steve Casting bomb is a veteran New York journalist and a host of the new podcast called New York Gritty. You could follow him on Twitter at S cast in bomb. Listen to the New York gritty podcast on the I Heart radio app or and why gritty com Gorgeous Steve, Thanks for joining us. My pleasure. Thanks for having me. All right. Tell us about this. Now that the day I saw that married de Blasio really went after Governor Cuomo again. They don't like each other. That's obvious, but he was really hard at him yesterday, didn't he? Yeah. The mayor of New York City just flatly called for the governor to resign now, which is the furthest he's gone. And as you correctly stated, there is no love lost between the mayor of New York and Governor Cuomo. They've long butted heads. We saw that. Come to a head at the start of the pandemic. When married. Blasio wanted Torto issue a shelter in place order, and the governor said. I'm the only one who cannot issue in a shelter in place order, So you know they have not gotten along. They haven't seen I die for a long time. But this is the furthest the mayor has gone and he joins other high ranking Democrats in the state who are now calling for the governor to resign. Yesterday, the Democratic speaker of the State Assembly announced that they were launching in an impeachment investigation. Not an impeachment trial, yet they're starting an investigation. And that this would run parallel to the attorney general's independent criminal investigation. See. What do you think the average guy in the street thinks about all this? I think it's I think most people are disturbed by this for sure. I mean the latest allegation coming from a source close to an aide of the governor on down that person claims that the governor put his hand beneath her blouse and probably her. But there weren't more details about Whether his hand was on her back on her son, But he's supposedly did this in the governor's mansion when they were in a room alone together. According to the allegation, You know, you know, this governor has long had a reputation of being someone who ruled. The capital with an iron fist, and he often steamrolls over people on created a lot of enemies. The process on does sometimes been called the bully. Some ex employees of his administration have said that he created a toxic work environment. So you know, there's there's long been stories about the governor. There was corruption issues be Moreland Commission, which was investigating corruption ended with the indictment and conviction of a close aide to Governor Cuomo. And then he shut down the more than commission after touched his office. So you know, there's a lot of history there. And then, of course, already the stories about the, uh the cover up of the number of death coronavirus amongst the people who had been residing in nursing homes, so he's got a lot of trouble that's been following him around over the years. It seems to have You know, come to a head, but I don't think anyone saw these. These, you know, sexual harassment allegations coming. There were so many other things plaguing Cuomo over the years. This sort of came out of nowhere. To use the process for impeachment, the same as it is for the United States. For a present, for example, is it a vote of one part of the assembly and then a vote by the other to convict after a trial? They would need to be. Ah, just a simple majority in order to impeach him. But first, there would have to be an investigation, and now they have the power. The Judiciary Committee has the power to subpoena witnesses here and look at all of the evidence to gather evidence and examine it first veracity on again. This is happening simultaneously alongside the Attorney general's independent investigation. She hired a couple of other criminal investigators recently T o do this on so that you know there. There's a a two pronged front. As these allegations are examined on D evidence has looked at so right now They're six women who have leveled claims against the governor. But I don't think at this point that that anyone would be surprised given how this has gone in recent days. If more women now feel Comfortable coming forward,

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More Former Aides Accuse New York Governor Cuomo Of Sexual Harassment

On the Media

11:01 min | 1 year ago

More Former Aides Accuse New York Governor Cuomo Of Sexual Harassment

"The pandemic, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo transformed into a fully fledged TV star. Let's remember some basic context and fax society functions. Everything works. There's going to be food in the grocery stores. Propelled into the firmament by his daily Corona virus, free things that reassured an anxious, leaderless public hears Ellen de generous and Trevor. Noah. You call yourself a Cuomo sexual and I e. I agree with you. I feel like I'm a homosexual to it genuinely has been very inspiring and refreshing to see. A leader Like Cuomo, new fans declared their adoration in Tic tac videos, Means and song, the Great Randy Rainbow Stranded in my bedroom. Then there he give you an update as to where we are today. Mature me treatment of the governor, of course, extended to many news networks like CNN, where Chris Cuomo asked the tough questions Now you know, I've seen you referred to a little bit recently as the love governed. I'm wondering if that's bleeding into your demeanor. It all making you a little soft on the president. Love girl. I've always I've always been a soft guy. I am the love government. Cool, dude and loose mood. You know that. But in the past few weeks, Cuomo's TV persona has faltered. Report from the state attorney general and a court order found that the official count of deaths of nursing home residents due to the virus was nearly doubled The figure first reported by the Cuomo administration. Plus, as I write this three women have accused the governor of sexual harassment, some in awkward, geeky detail, including two former aides. Alex Preen Stuff writer. The New Republic recently wrote the article. The Andrew Cuomo Show has lost the plot. Welcome back to the show. Thank you so much. I'm glad to be here. You know, two people who have closely read about the governor in the newspapers over the years as opposed to TV. This version of Cuomo, this bully in cynical operator isn't Knew How have the media changed the message? If you are a long time consumer of mainly print news about state politics, you had untiring chronology of Cuomo scandals even if you forgot some of the details. That didn't necessarily get a lot of play on TV news. Keeping up with Cuomo news over the last decade, has also required being familiar with reporters from The Albany Times Union or or newspapers and Rochester. You know these places where the Albany bureau is still really important and a big part of their beat. And a lot of that news, the complexity of it and specifically, the way it fit. A pattern of behavior with Cuomo was usually too difficult to get across, and especially in like a short television segment. I know a lot about this because I actually listened to the local radio station that produces the show. That's how come I know about the Moreland Commission. But you said this story never made it to prime time because it's too complicated. Absolutely, Yeah. All of the past. Few governors have gotten in trouble. Cuomo was running as the guy is going to come clean it up. And so he sets up a commission called Moreland Commission. He says they have the authority to investigate corruption and all of its forms here in Albany and they will be independent. I will not meddle. I will not interfere. He's shuts them down less than a year later because they start going after people too connected to him essentially and people who worked on the commission. They went to The New York Times, and they said Cuomo was meddling. He stopped us and we were getting too close to his allies, so that stuff was out there. But when the story made it toe TV news, it was stripped of the level of detail necessary to understand what had happened and why I like in this interview with Charlie rose months after it came out that Cuomo's office Had hobbled the aforementioned Moreland Commission governor Andrew Cuomo is reestablishing a family dynasty in New York politics, though he's had to get used to criticism. Of his leadership style. You micromanage. They say that delegate more right and you're not transparent. They say then. And they say you don't suffer fools and you know, Yeah. And you're not You push too hard. Yeah. You micromanage? Yes. All of that. You plead guilty or not guilty. You can't have one without the other. I plead guilty like not only was was Rose asking and easily Dodge question. He was almost ventriloquism. The answer's four Andrew Cuomo, right. It's like the old job interview joke. What's your biggest flaw? You know, I'm too hard on myself. You take issue with the defenders of Cuomo who say that Hey, His most important audience. New Yorkers always have known about the governor's bullying quality. That sharp operator with the even sharper elbows and all of that. And they like it third, this idea that he has cruise to reelection twice. They must know who this guy is and support him. And that's why I draw that distinction between corn on the TV character and new favorite Cuomo's, Because if we have listened to a few clips of him on television He's not berating anyone. He's joking around with his brother. He's performing empathy for victims of Covert 19 or Hurricane Sandy. Is Daddy complete with the dad each exactly. He's New York's dad now. It seems that Cuomo has been able to keep his TV persona and his newspapers persona separate. Why are they colliding? Now? For a few reasons, one important one is that people Do not want to go on the record attacking Andrew Cuomo because of the power he holds in the state, especially elected Democrats. What happened this time is that Ron Kim and Assembly member Received a bullying call from Andrew Cuomo for speaking to the New York Post about the nursing home situation. Kim had been at a briefing where a top Cuomo aide said Yeah, This looks bad that we reported the wrong number of people who had died in nursing homes. But you have to understand, like we need didn't want it to become a story basically, like they were like Trump Trump DOJ is gonna make a thing of it Trumps could make a thing about that's why we covered it up. So anyway, Ron Kim went to the post and gave it on the record quote to the post about that meeting. That was the subject of the call where Cuomo allegedly sat. According to Kim, I'll destroy you. In normal Albany affairs. What happens next is either Kim shuts up. Kim goes on background to The New York Post again because Cuomo as in other cases, finds an irregularity in Kim's background. And implies that that could be used against him. And what he would end up doing is at a press conference Bring up Ah, years old story about how Kim had flip flopped on Is Bill about nail salons, and he would outright say Kim was crooked right after Cuomo does that press conference. There's a story on CNN about how Cuomo had made this phone call to Kim the day before, and that's not the kind of thing that legislators and Albany usually do when they get Implicitly or explicitly threatened by Cuomo. They don't call CNN and go on the record and say the governor threatened me. I think that Cuomo got away with it for so long because no one wanted to put their name. To descriptions of his behavior. But Kim, he knows well, I have a story. Now I have a compelling narrative in which I'm the hero in the governor's The villain and TV likes stories like that. And he ends up on the view. Tell us what happened after he called you or when he called you? Yeah, it was last Thursday night. I was about to bait my three kids when I received the call from the governor. He spent 10 minutes threatening my career and ordering me to issue a statement. They will be used to cover for the states that you wrote quote. If a politician acts as if he believes his voters experience politics is a television show, the best way to harm him is to make yourself a compelling character.

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1 dead, 11 injured in shootings in just over 12 hours in Atlanta

Atlanta's Morning News

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

1 dead, 11 injured in shootings in just over 12 hours in Atlanta

"In his many hours in Atlanta, one man's dead and what appears to be an argument over a car. Moreland and Memorial Drive an off duty state trooper, critically wounds a knife wielding man in a BP on boulevard near I 20 a PDS also dispatched to two different shootings in nightclubs. The mayor, DEA and acting police chief pledged to bring down violent crime in the city, former Georgian who allegedly

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Knife-wielding man shot by off-duty trooper outside Atlanta gas station

The Weekly Check Up

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Knife-wielding man shot by off-duty trooper outside Atlanta gas station

"A dozen people injured and one killed in Atlanta overnight during a string of shootings that happened in just over 12 hours. It began Saturday afternoon when a man armed with a knife was shot by an off duty Georgia State Patrol trooper. Less than three hours later, Atlanta police say a man was found shot to death at the intersection of Memorial Drive and Moreland Avenue. In another incident, three people were shot inside a home in southwest Atlanta on people Street neighbor Tucker Glascow tells Channel two action news. This area's kind of stuff happens occasionally and like it's Yeah, I don't really No, I have to respond. Usually I'm just like crap. Police confirmed. Three people were taken to Grady. One person is in critical condition. No arrests were made in any of the incidents, all of which remain under investigation.

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Rebranding From Flexacoin To AMP Token Founder Tyler Spalding

CRYPTO 101

05:39 min | 1 year ago

Rebranding From Flexacoin To AMP Token Founder Tyler Spalding

"Was a rebrand recently from flexing coin. And it was this flexible. You know kind of collateral merchants to have very quick payments to now amp token. Is there anything material that has changed Or is it just a name men so yes endo So i guess to start off we're actually So functionally at a very high level a flexible and amp xactly sam And we also were not unhappy with a flex coin so there was never anything of us saying we want to change this or something is wrong or trying to make an improvement from like the name. Let's say It was really all about when you talk about these crypto networks or these platforms. it's what is the utility. What does this thing for like. Why does it even exist and for us. This token is truly meant to generate collateral token as very one specific utility and will remain that utility. But we ran into as we've now grown so as we've gone from completing the network and it's entirely having all function to also having literally moreland hundreds of millions of dollars collateral in our contracts as we've seen all of this growth One of the things that was. I guess we would say a little sub optimize. Let's say is. We're getting a lot larger. In terms of the partnerships the integrations we really want flex unable apps usable. All over the world right the largest margin the largest players. And what we're building. We have a very very big aspirations. For which means that even though we want this to be as democratic as possible and as many people around the world participate there's gonna be some other large partnerships that we have that people are helping us. And so you guys. Being involved in crypto Having various hardware providers or software providers. Say hey like to participate in lexa. And we'd like to own and stake these tokens because as we've talked about before. The tokens is where all of the value of crews in our network. Like there isn't a an entity that has equity. That's earning value. It's all the token network. Where we've created so all participants basically need to have this token so for them to hold it. It's a harder value proposition for people to have large sums of dollars in large organizations And using meta mask and self custody in funds that just gets a little challenging and we're trying to make this again and everyone used us and so what we really wanted was could we work with exchanges and could we work with. Let's say custody accounts and stake the tokens from those custody accounts without having to necessarily move them into a smart contract and so that was sort of the issue that we faced and we decided. That actually was solvable We had to basically invent some new technology. We re some stuff that was out there but essentially what we did was. We made yard see twenty compatible. Token that is stay stable in a smart contract without literally moving it so very similar to how something like compound has both delegation. You don't need to move your tokens anywhere. You can assign them to someone else to vote on your behalf. We've now done something. Similar with collateral tokens and that the user still maintains custody of the token what they're able to assign conditional staking rights to another third party or another Smart contract and so that was really so we developed that We jointly developed with a consensus which was really exciting for us to be able to really approach it from that perspective and creating a new token interface where people interact with best in so doing that. We citizens now great. We're really excited. We're trying to build this. Collateral token that is usable as possible But unfortunately us being crypto trying to be as decentralized as possible. We couldn't upgrade the token contract so we didn't have the admin functionality to do that so kind of meant for us to get this out in the world and get used. We had to create another token which meant swap new to take place. So we did that and now we saying all right. We'll we're trying to starting from scratch a little bit. What else would we want to optimize. So even though the token is exactly the same purpose nothing else has has changed from that perspective and one of the things on the brand inside is Many many people despite our best efforts would still come to us and ask This lexa is the payments coin. This is the coin that used to buy things with. Oh the merchants received flexible on and we heard that enough and so he said all right well. It might make a lot of sense for us to police. These brands a little bit so flex a as an entity and the network is entirely unchanged but now the collateral token powers it is called amp and we chose that name We like the engineering of patient. Our our contracts are flexible capacity on bex That provides Like trysofi or current that can provide capacities so the engines. Love back The name but it's also short pronounced people more easier right across other jurisdictions countries. Things like that so we just took the opportunity to call it something else. Based on user feedback what we had seen to make this more successful make People that's

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San Francisco Giants need win, help to reach playoffs after loss to Padres

CBS Sports Radio

01:58 min | 2 years ago

San Francisco Giants need win, help to reach playoffs after loss to Padres

"Of course, a disappointing lost by the San Francisco Giants. Today. 62 to 6 runs nine hits in San Diego two runs seven hits for the Giants three home runs by but Padres in this game two T's hitting his 17th. On. Tommy Pham had his third and then Mitch Moreland hit his second. So back to back homeruns solidified the wind in the ninth inning. Ah, big loss, and I think it was kind of a hangover yesterday after that, the second game of the double hitter. When the Padres came up with three runs in the bottom of the seventh inning on the trend, Charism home run and it just took the life out of them today. They just didn't have any spark with their bats. They just couldn't get anything going. Ah, baserunning steal by Du Bon and the fifth there was a blunder. They're trying to go from 2nd and 3rd on his own. He got picked off a third and they only had a couple chances there in the eighth inning, but the baths were silent. They only had seven hits on the On the day belt had to used Rimsky had two floors had won and Durban had one. And that was it, So their offense kind of been stymied. It just looked really dead today that this just looked defeated before the game even started. So we could talk about that game because a lot of things have happened now since the Giants lost 6 to 2 There now. 29 30. They must win tomorrow. That's the first thing the Brewers lose or the Brewers wind and knocked at cards to 29 29. The Giants will win. They'll be forcing ST Louis to play a double hitter on Monday at Detroit. Then the cards have to drop both games for San Francisco to get in. It's a scenario the Giants are eliminated with the lost tomorrow automatically. So 1st 1st things first they need to win to Marjorie Smiley on the hill for the Giants. We still don't know who the Padres they're throwing out there. There might be a bullpen committee game that means nothing to them. The Giants need to put a win together somehow some way tomorrow and watch what happens. Milwaukee is playing ST Louis. They beat him today.

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Padres' Hosmer fractures finger on bunt attempt

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

00:39 sec | 2 years ago

Padres' Hosmer fractures finger on bunt attempt

"Padres first baseman Eric Hosmer fractured His left index finger while tempting to bunt in the first inning questions there about why're you bunting, but anyhow, he was trying to buy And it hit him right there in his ah, his index finger on his left hand and manager. Just English, said after the game. He could be out 2 to 6 weeks he went in for the X ray came out. He had a splint on the finger. So we'll see. Now the Padres are, I guess. Lucky in a sense because Wil Myers to play for space Jake Cronin worth complaint for space, So it's not as if they have this massive. Mitch Moreland, who's new to the team can play for spaces well, so

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Why The San Diego Padres Are The Big Winners Of The Trade Deadline

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

01:38 min | 2 years ago

Why The San Diego Padres Are The Big Winners Of The Trade Deadline

"Normally we go through a list of winners and losers. But by acclamation, we'll say the San Diego Padres, where the winner Sarah, what did you think about what the padres did? Oh my gosh. So I have been embedded in spreadsheet since like eleven thirty this morning trying to really quantify exactly what they did and I think I have the stat here. So they've acquired eight players who will go through the mall you know, but they've acquired eight players who played in the majors at some point this year. So that's everybody you've heard about except for Austin Adams who's hurt came from the Mariners I am ninety, eight percent shore. That's the most. League talent acquired in the month of the deadline because some of these trade were a couple of days ago by any team in that just tell you exactly what you need to know it is just there are so many players Clovinger we have Mitch Moreland Alison Nola Jayson Castro. Dan altuva. Trevor Rosenthal, Greg Allen until it will so lot lot mainly tolerate there What do you think it does for the padres. I would say this, the dodgers are still the team to be, but I think four days ago the dodgers were so far ahead of every other team in the National League they were the overwhelming favorite to win the NFL caveat anything can happen to the playoffs but now to me, padres are a very strong number two team in the national they gave up a lot. They gave up a lot of future depth, but they're better in two thousand twenty Mike is going to be around presumably for a couple more years. So they're going to be better in twenty, twenty one they were already the most exciting team. I think baseball this year, and now they ratcheted up another notch.

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Boston Red Sox Trade Mitch Moreland To San Diego Padres

Just Don't Lose The Money with Rubino and Liang

00:27 sec | 2 years ago

Boston Red Sox Trade Mitch Moreland To San Diego Padres

"The Washington Nationals 9 to 5. But that wasn't the biggest news out of fun way this afternoon, the team sending first baseman Mitch Moreland to the San Diego Padres for a pair of prospects ahead of tomorrow's trade deadline manager on running, he says he will be missed Super thankful of being here for the four years that he was here obviously meant a huge amount to what he's done for us as an organization. Ation. Certainly the two years ago the World Series but also just what he means to all the guys. It's

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Padres get Moreland from Red Sox for prospects

WBZ Afternoon News

00:14 sec | 2 years ago

Padres get Moreland from Red Sox for prospects

"Red Sox beaten up the Nationals ate three Zander Bogart, Raphael endeavors. Bobby Dow back all going well. Kevin Lewicki is knocked in a pear. Meanwhile, Mitch Moreland was sent to the Padres for a pair of prospects outfielder Jason Rosario and third base Prospect Hudson Pots.

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Bryce Harper’s Walk-Off Single Gives Philadelphia Phillies 6-5 Win Over New York Mets

SportsCenter All Night

01:51 min | 2 years ago

Bryce Harper’s Walk-Off Single Gives Philadelphia Phillies 6-5 Win Over New York Mets

"Team impacted by Kobe, 19 sources telling ESPN today's game between the Cincinnati Reds and Pittsburgh Pirates likely to be postponed after a Reds player tested positive for the Corona virus, which is heavily impacted teams like the Moreland's and Cardinals more than any other, But other teams that have played those teams have been impacted themselves with days. In quarantine. The Philadelphia Phillies won such team, but they were playing on Friday, cashing in on the faceless Mets. It was a 55 game bottom nine with ducks on the pond for none other than Bryce Harper. Swung on line two right that is going to fall in front of Conforto for a hit he fields on one hop. Here comes Quinn the throw to the plate and he is safe at home plate Safe is the call the throw beat him. Ramos applied the tag Wagner called safe. And for the moment the Phillies have won the game. And here's the call from New York. The headsets come off and he is safe in the game is over, and the Phillies have won it. It is, in fact, a walk off winner is heard on Sports Radio 94 W I. P. Bryce Harper getting there. Game winning blow with the Phillies cashing in as I mentioned on the ace, less METS, New York, Scratching the reigning two time Cy Young winner Jacob the ground for Friday start because of neck tightness. No D L For now. Harper on NBC Sports Philadelphia on his walk off winner really fast out there, and I kind of thought of all those hard. Um, but you know he's earned it. Let him score right there. So pretty happy about that one. You hold your breath. I would imagine now waiting for that replay to show up on the big screen. Pretty pretty special slide by Roman when they put the kid in there is that ball beat up by a little bit 100%. I mean, you know, being able to have a guy like that on second base. I mean, He, uh He's one of those guys in league so good throw by Conforto right there and just bang bang and he got in there so very, very happy about that

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