13 Burst results for "Nick Campbell"

"nick campbell" Discussed on Chicago Dog Walk

Chicago Dog Walk

04:21 min | 2 months ago

"nick campbell" Discussed on Chicago Dog Walk

"What's he gonna do now in the first round oak. Mon- wow yeah. I wanna be the very best like no one ever was something to train them. Is my game on eater tell you what if this paul somehow finds. Its way into a weird corner of twitter. You're winning this shit with pokemon. There's no doubt about it pops up. Yeah you're winning you honestly gonna. I'm gonna fucking quote tweet. Just say what's one of the vans was by all the time. Now there's one of the fuck it. It's interesting three letters tweet. Ten thousand retweets obt k. k. Pt is now the decay. Kill a murderer in kansas. No bt 's yeh bts you will. I mean but i'll i'll honestly though maybe karl knows i don't think to ever did it. But that's a great. That's a great theme song. Watch pokemon exactly. Is that at seven. Am got to catch them all year. I never there was a little weird moment where i was watching digital mon to then. That's when my dad's got side we're not going. Here's your baseball kid. one. I watched a little bit okay. I was old too. I was like fucking eleven or twelve years old watching that. Shit as carl's phone right now you're gonna see a lot of sick one show with the word on that so good fucking pacman. Your i mean. I i disagree. Well you don't know anything about it about it either that it is a problem like with friends. I don't know anything but like you can't deny that pokemon was on equivocally hugely popular. One still pretty much is yeah. I mean one brand in the world really what number number one is pokemon number two. Hello kitty number. Three ahead mickey mouse winnie the pooh. While mickey for mickey's floor. I believe and who's doing this like poland. Come on we get. This is nick campbell google. Yeah a lot of research the kfc. I mean when you're talking biggest brands of world. I'm like it's pokemon beating nike talk. Yeah no that's an obscenely apple shit. Hey on was biggest franchises. No well we can move on. But i'm going to let you do wanna move. We'll come back carlsberg. i have to take it. I'm taking the office. John doesn't like it. I don't give a fuck john. I'm sorry but it's y'all like it at all like the tv show or the song. I love the song the song it's just one of those. I've watched the show so many time. It's just become overplayed like a lot of great songs become thinks i like to. I have a couple. did it. Also get proven for being overly loud. Are you worried about that that some people are scarred by that. No no would. i'm worried about is. There's not lyrics. Yes just that. I don't think that's a bad thing at all. There's not the simpsons either it just a smooth crisp little piano medley. But he is kind of like a chance for fucker. I haven't tried. yeah. I haven't. But i should for a second then it came to me so i think it's actually a lot harder than you guys would think based on your reaction because if i thought i could play it. I would've sat down to them. Like i'll figure it out. No say there's a lot of fucking pinkies moving around there all right. The office fourth-round. I'm taking peaky blinders. Read right. And i'm doing a rewatch now and that's a good show to have on in the background period but the way the fucking per caution hits aunt thing it's so it's just a bad song it lines up for want to punch.

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"nick campbell" Discussed on KFC Radio

KFC Radio

03:45 min | 2 months ago

"nick campbell" Discussed on KFC Radio

"Mention. Wow that was fucking on income. Yeah reacts. I don't know stay on that stand by minutes. We got five minutes. I'll i'll do quickly making fun of their window of death. Muffins for a thirty minute window of death on the clock where you got a russian bath houses. We got married you guys. I can't can't do this. Why can't i do. Because when i when i was when i was a wee lad when i was probably twenty five living in the city my friends all decided to go to russian bath houses every weekend and they said we're going go fist. You wanna come fits with us. What the fuck it fitting. So we go to a russian bath house. We get naked. We sit around in this giant locker room and we sweat. Who's like a bunch of old men. And i said that sounds like the last thing i want to do on earth so every fucking again. They asked me the gauche and i made fun of them. Relentlessly forever and i thought i had gone away from that. I thought i'd never hear. How'd you hear about fixing again. And i walk in here on sunday and nick says in that nick voice. You're gonna come to a bath with us about. We're gonna bath and i was like. What does that mean john says. We're gonna russian bath house. And i was like it's fast back in my life and not only do they go 'cause i liked. I liked that shit. I like going to saunas. And what's the other one called the spa rooms and saunas spa massages all that shit put. I don't like desk. With a bunch of weird old jewish men and russian orthodox men and then they with each other with these reeds lipsticks. Yeah eucalyptus leads whip. You got whipped normal that every atom no aaron. Aaron had erred had wing tattoos on his back. A random eighty-one me. Say this is where you guys fuck each other right. Say the sounds like a typical saturday night. But that's like we're gonna go to the locker room and we're gonna suck each other's dicks. Sean just went to get actually by anti-american. I didn't okay. So these guys are just mean. Just let me know after the episode. Like what the address the you can go with. But i feel like you gotta show these guys the oh wait we can you. Can you run to my desk and get my came as former. Please note bad. Yeah i don't know what. I hate more tote bags. Thank you got it so the we so nick has been been asking me for a while. Now while two weeks and muktar any not nick campbell. Yes and so. I went with nick owen. So i mean anytime. You're doing anything with those guys crew. So we got their first. We get there like eleven ten pry ring. The bell goes go but we don't open for twenty five minutes. A classic eleven thirty five opening stores do thank eleven thirty five on the street for a while. Eventually go down. The first thing i noticed and i took pictures. 'cause i was like this is like an experience is all the photos on the wall of like lot of russian bears.

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"nick campbell" Discussed on Underrated

Underrated

05:54 min | 5 months ago

"nick campbell" Discussed on Underrated

"Staff who would want to do that sequel suck no please please by definition alone. Inferior films split generalization. Many sequels have surpassed their original a. Everybody how's it going. Welcome back to another of the soda underrated. We are under cast company. I'm alan torres and of course as usual miami's and co host aerial aerial macduff. Take those looking at t's derek ortiz. I mean mcdonald's well welcome back everybody so we're really excited because know summertimes here. Pretty much you it's getting hotter and we're going to be doing a new miniseries just like we did before it's going to be the summer of sequels guys been on our social kind of promoting it here and there and we'll we're here and we're actually going to start off This week's episode with my pick which is scream to pretty much I believe it's one of the most underrated sequels especially horror sequel. And a lot of the time you don't hear very often the goods horror sequel a lot of time you know just like all slasher flicks. They're usually get worse and worse and worse over time but to the point where you just watch them. 'cause be gory. Just stupid fun. I feel like it is is really important. I feel like really needs to be talked about but so yeah pretty much real quick screen to him. Back in nineteen ninety-seven legendary. Wes craven piece written by kevin williamson. Bring new campbell. David arquette jada pinkett smith. Jamie kennedy liev schreiber. A bunch of people as well. For saying i'm not gonna have the the franchise scream. I know so much shit about like trivia and everything else. I i knew all these people but when it came out though successful know one of the rare times like a sequel kim owner and actually made a lot of money. If you don't know what screaming. That's if not screaming. Essentially about nick campbell's character sidney prescott. She essentially is getting stock by slash guys. Goes face mask and you know. They're calling the when back in the day in the nineties. Raider and have caller. Id so the calling on a mobile. Whatever your own my god. Yeah exactly. Billy loan cellular phone and all that. But essentially it's kind of like who done it slash affleck and it's super mets. One of its kind of a. I wouldn't say ahead of it signed because now we're in it and i feel scream really influenced a lot of that kind of mid stuff and this wasn't wes craven's first time with meta kind of like storytelling his new nightmare film. Kinda did that as well. Where like with freddy krueger. Instead of like.

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"nick campbell" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

07:19 min | 10 months ago

"nick campbell" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"When I was laying out my plans for today's show. There was a bunch of things I want to talk about over the past couple of weeks into the regular season ended in the National Football League. We've seen coaches coaching changes in the lake. We got to hear from Some of those coaches this week, the last two to be hired, um, in both Philadelphia and in Houston, Um, wasn't really blown away by either of the two guys press conferences, but I've said this for a long time, and I'm pretty, sharp said here on CBS portrayed arrives. No, I said it and other outlets, um, that I've done. I've been doing chosen photo op in New York and nationally. For years now, and I've heard a lot of introductory press conferences with new coaches and I was specifically in my car. Wait my wife to go out of the doctor's office, uh, the other day when Nick Syriani, the new Eagles coach, had his first press conference and I've got some issues with the way Nick Campbell in his first press conference, But I will say what I've said for years now. I was just starting in photo off here. I'm gonna my third or fourth year somewhere. Thereabouts. I think was my third year in Philly and I made a coaching change. They moved off Rich Kotite. And hired Ray Rhodes. A former defensive coordinator to be the head coach of the Eagles. Railroads had his introductory press conference. I felt like I was back in a uniform, getting ready to go out and play a game and listening to, Ray wrote. He did as inspirational. Get the blood pumping through your veins. Emotional, a press conference as I had ever heard to that point, and I would still say to this day it might be the best day ever heard. If you wanted to hear from your new head coach, the kind of motivational speech it would get to get up on your toes and ready to run through a brick wall form and that's the way I felt when I heard railroads and it's introductory press conference. As the new head coach of the Eagles. Several years later, and the Eagles did actually make the playoffs on the roads. They won a playoff game under roads. But then the T fell apart. He did not last all that long here in Philadelphia, and you would say the railroads error was okay at best. Damn it! If I wasn't impressed, damn it if I didn't believe in that day one where he was introduced It's nice that you can get the fans excited by it. It's nice. Remember Media's who cover the team. If he'd give you information and emotion and the like, you can write I good column you can put together a good piece. You can do good things when a guy gives a uplifting in first time ever introduction to his game, his way of doing things his way of seeing things as the next head coach your team, saying the same thing goes for basketball, hockey or baseball, any other sport everybody who's chosen and take over as either the Coach of the manager get a chance to speak their piece and maybe plant to seed When a fan base with guys on the team, maybe even with their bosses. We just hired them as a matter of fact. Within. Six months a year. A year and a half. It will be for gotten Off. All the coaches were fired this year. Remember there was seven changes in the National Football League and if your team decided to swap out their head coach this year Let me ask you a question. Did you say to yourself? When you found out your coach was being let go, and you're going to get a new coach? Did you say to yourself, you know. Remember back to his introductory press conference. And the guy was so blase that day the guy was so unmoving that day, I knew that this was only a matter of time. If your mom I told you that this wasn't going to work If there's two people in my entire audience who can hand on whatever religious book you put your faith in And honestly say that they felt that way. I'd be surprised if there were actually two of you. It's for gotten. It's over, done in the moment, people get carried away by it when it first comes down. But it goes by the wayside. Here's the one thing I will say, um, on geun when railroads was coach of the Eagles. I want to say it was 1994 was his first here is evil coaches 20 plus years ago pretty long time ago, and I do remember it like it was yesterday. It's funny what you do and don't remember. 1994. There was no such thing in social media. There is no such thing is Twitter or instagram or anything else. So now certain things linger more than they used to. And I'm referring to the getting If I mentioned anyone out there, we said from day one of his introductory press conference, I knew this wasn't gonna work out. We'll get fans might be able to say that more than anybody else because there was one particular picture. That was taken of the gets newly hired head coach that had it looked like he had just been shocked with about 125,000 volts of electricity. That kind of gotta memorialized memorialized through social media and means and the like. S so it's actually got a chance to happen more now than it did 20 years ago, and I had this memorable remembrance of railroads and his first ever press conference with the Eagles. But there are six new head coaches in the National Football League. I wanted to give fans of any team yet the Bronco Pentagon has committed Chief fans gonna wanna talk about keeps Well, they should, with the ball coming up in the possibility of going back to back. The Buccaneer fans are gonna want to talk about the box and Tom Brady and he doesn't get beaten Super Bowls often. And how are they? An underdog in this game, and I'm surely gonna let all you bucking your friends do that. Anyone who's got a strong opinion on Tom Brady. I surely want to hear from you. You don't have to be a buccaneer fan. You could be a Patriot fan, and that may sway one way or the other, And it just so happens again. I was gonna talk about all these things. Um, the coaching changes. The quarterback Carousel, which had new names added to the list this week of guys. Who may or may not be on the move. It just keeps going and going and going and Gary got was added over the last 24 48 hours, the amount of quarterback changing and maneuvers that could go on in the National Football League this offseason. Is like I've never seen before. Um, I was going to I am going to him. We're gonna have a guest about the Senior Bowl. Um, first step in the process after the college football season is over. To determine who will be moving on to that next level and being able to continue to ply their trapped their craft and the National Football Lakes..

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"nick campbell" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

07:57 min | 1 year ago

"nick campbell" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Here's the thing. Please please please as we're talking about that curve there. Please tell me that birth. The camel will remain around the birth and acts no. We're going to great ming whereas berg going. Hey he finally going away. Yeah i've actually. I the camel before i've heard so many other terms for it but yes that is going away. It was funny because in the reporter here. They have a deer. Buck and one of those pieces caught my eye. What the heck is up with the camel at the birth exit. And there's a rule nick campbell. Okay i have nothing to do with that camel. Will i thought you were talking about the hope and the road there. That's where i see where you would draw that conclusion. Yeah okay no campbell. I have nothing to do with. And and yes. It is truly a landmark. So i would. Yeah i agree with you all right so some holiday travel tips. Well you know. Like i said just know that you know you may be getting out into areas that you haven't been in for a while This holiday you may be going to see somebody or drops and presents off or or whatever Know that art language on our roads are very different. Pretty much all the way from berthod all the way up to fort collins along i twenty five and most of the side roads that are connected up especially like thirty four You know if you're driving those at night you're going to see some weird kind of curves Just take it easy slowdown. Follow that person in front of you and and give them some space Last night noticed there were quite a few people who Kind of freaked out a little bit around that curve on thirty four. And and you know on i twenty. Five right now northbound or sorry. The southbound lanes are significantly lower Because the northbound lanes are actually driving with the new level is gonna be when you get out of thirty four and it's kind of off putting when you're driving by it so Just know there's there's it's a little weird until we get it all done Things are going to be a little wonky so just be careful and and pay attention and We'll all make it home and have a good christmas this year. Good advice as always. Jared files cdot region for communications manager. And thank you for all the you do throughout the year. No that you are appreciated as well. Merry christmas happy holidays to you and yours. Well and thank you. We really appreciate you helping us. Get the word out about a about all of this too. So thank you and merry christmas to all of you. Jared files dot reason for communications manager. Eight forty eight thirteen ten kfi k. Party northern colorado's voice thirteen ten. Kfi k a the block party wednesdays from four ten pm headlines podcast mornings with gail and more and a schedule upcoming sports. Broadcasters find them at thirteen ten k. f. a. dot com you know dasher dancer and france and mix common cupid dom blitz. But do you recall about a little reality for that ask well. Why not show off your community pride with that new really proper clothing line. Gotta love this eight fifty. Three now. thirteen ten k. k. Thirteen ten kfi k. A. dot com northern colorado's voice mornings with gail from the auto collision specialists duty as we compare and piece by tamra market out of the greeley trip not uncommon for people to proudly wear the name of their favorite sports teams school or even brewery on their tests during football season pretty typical to see well a whole bunch of folks sporting broncos jerseys sweatshirts and other a blue and orange apparel on any given sunday any as the case may be just as mica kilpatrick. However it's not too often that we see people wearing something that displays their pride in their community or city. Let alone that being really benson verbal. I hope saying his name correctly. Founder of greeley proper designed a line of apparel to focus on the community with very simple branding. his mission is to highlight grisliest. Place people are proud to live work and play. He went on to say that. There's really a stigma and people think that there's really not a reason to come to greeley. Oh they need to focus up now don't they. I don't know what i was getting into. When i moved to greeley. He said but i just fell in love with it. I love the area the community and the small town feel but still the community has a whole lot going on. Well it was with that love and sense of community. He found in greeley. That inspired him to design greeley proper. A clothing line dedicated to showing our city pride. I've been wanting to do something for a long time to promote really and to give back benson said the clothing. Line just became something that i wanted to showcase greeley as a great place and and being proud of being in greeley. I think people should be proud of living here here here. I might add. Greeley proper is more than a brand. He said it's a movement to showcase. What a great city. We have failed with wonderful people places and a city that we are proud to represent now the clothing. Line itself it features long and short sleeve t shirts leggings variety of hoodies including thermal thermal pullover and zip up options as well as beanies trucker hats flat bill caps and stickers emblazoned with the greeley proper logo. The clothing actually is produced in greeley and verbal plans to donate a portion of the sales of back to the community. He said it's an online store. Everything is made to order. It's pretty cool thing. He said we just launched it a few weeks ago and we are growing and expanding. Its pretty fresh. So we're just trying to get the word out now. Addition to giving community members a chance to display their pride for the city. Verbals also hoping to expand branding opportunities to local businesses. He said my wife grew up in greeley and has family in real deep roots here so we bought a house had a couple of kids and established ourselves here so when not working on his clothing line specializes in buying and selling residential real estate as well as serving on the board of directors For the greeley area real tours association and volunteering at the weld food bank. One more information on greeley proper. Well you can give them a call nine seven seven four four zero two to three. I love it. Don't you really proper rocks. Eight fifty seven now. Thirteen ten kfi k. While the whole sports story in northern colorado the state in the country tune into the.

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"nick campbell" Discussed on Brotherhood Academy Radio

Brotherhood Academy Radio

10:23 min | 1 year ago

"nick campbell" Discussed on Brotherhood Academy Radio

"I'm Nick Hilton. I'm here with Nick Campbell today. Good afternoon hello how are you? I'm doing well so good to see you. I know I'm sorry. We kept you waiting in the driveway. That's okay you took advantage of the Camper I see I didn't find accommodation. Okay good great. And we're here with two guests will introduce them here in a second but we're GONNA do some nonsense real quick. We always talk about the down to fight. Fire or F- volunteer firefighters. Podcast out of Canada Great Group of guys volunteers. They have a show. They launched every Monday. They just launched one recently that They had a guest on doing a lot of guests shows lately which is good beefing it up a little bit on our idea. Yeah I think so. I think so. I was very tempted in calling in when they were recording last night. Because I was up real late I was going call in and ask where are decals. Were that? They said they were going to send us but I didn't. It's been like Dangle Dakhil they got some dekel so that's how they pronounced they pronounce things. Weird up there. Yeah Yeah Yeah. That's what it was. I guess the Canadian Postal Service messed up getting to the. Us Postal Service. I don't know how that works but anyway down to fight. Fire volunteer firefighters podcasts. They Talk A lot about training techniques that calls they go on the very busy being a ruled apartment. They do do a lot of Building fires and bushfires they call them and and they're real active and they have a youtube channel where they do a lot of training videos. Really unique things Some Canadian ingenuity. It's really good so go. Check those guys out down. Fire volunteer firefighters podcast. Next thing real quick to get these announcements out of the way don't forget. The New England Northeast and fire summit coming up in March march. Sixth seventh and eighth in Maine. Yes right around the corner. And when this launches on Sunday it'll be what one week get. Your tickets ordered by your tickets. You can buy them up until the last The Friday before So it's a good. It's a good show. There's a lot of Big names that they're going to have speaking and the last episode. I named them off but The headline Russians to the headliner. I duNno she's considered headline or not but she's kicking off the weakened. It's going to be Brooke aims from Wisconsin. She's going to do her. Little speech called the aggressively positive aggressively. Positive is it that one it's motivational Sancha. I think is what we're going to have her on the show. I talked to her quite a bit last night online. And she's raring to go We're GONNA set her up with the gym at the Fire House in the village. She has a place to work out because she's big into fitness. If you look up. She's The misfit firefighter on instagram and she does a lot of a lot of working out and whatnot. So anyway the check that out get there. It's worth the money it's worth. The experience is worth the traveling you'd be able to travel. It's in Wells Maine. Go to our facebook page. You'll see some info on that now announcements out of the way because we want to get into this show because we have two guests in house we have chief Matt Ross from the goodwins mills main fight apartment and then we have is deputy deputy chief deputy chief ooh Deputy Chief. Ben Harris also from the good ones meals fight apartment. Welcome to the show my friends. Thanks for having a says exciting and you guys caught our eye because well Ben. You're one of the instructors in the fire officer wanted to class at Paul and I are taking and he's not here by the way because he's his wife got some surgery or whatever some sort of procedure. So you're supposed to say study studying first class homework. He's doing his homework. We just saw him a few minutes ago but he's got to go home. Take care of the kids but anyway you guys in Goodwin's mills have a very very strong membership of very solid membership and you guys have what people knocking on the door to get in right now. We had two more this week. Yeah that's incredible well so that is. The premise of show is talking with departments and leaders in in trying to get others to realize that it is possible to recruit. It is possible to have strong membership so we want to dive in a little bit about you guys. And maybe a quick history brief history of both you and how you get into the fire service and then dive into what Goodwin's mills is about. And what they're doing that's keeping these numbers coming in right. So chief why don't we start with you? Wh- what's yours history with the fire service so I started in the fire service in ninety seven as a junior? Firefighter is probably one of the biggest things I'll hit on. This show. Is the junior fire department. going up through the ranks and been in good for almost twenty years now and just recently promoted to the fire. Chief there Outside of Goodwin's mills. I've been a full time. Firefighter and sell Poland for twelve years and five paramedic fund. Now you know before it became of firefighter. He was a fulltime police officer. Soko in no way. We're really we all know what firefighters and police officers have in common rate. Well they both want to be fired right. I finally got that five extra points on the test. Yeah right I know exactly what police officers. I like police officers. I worked for a Police Police Department for eleven years. I just got done doing that. So good good work on that. That's good that's good so now you're chief I am right. How how is that going? It's going well you know. Been the interim fire chief since October and recently as January twenty first promoted and appointed as the official fire chief and Gooden's awesome Full time or part time. It is a full time position. Yep great that's good. That's good and then. How'd you get this guy over here to help me out? I think he helps me out. Helped him out yet. But we're getting there So yeah for me my I'm one of those good old boys. I started out in Goodwin's mills as a fourteen year. Old Junior firefighter. Which again chief do Ross commented on is when you look at our core group of officers and our guys who have stayed around for a long time. They started out. As junior firefighters grew around the firehouse got them involved in their fourteen before they got into driving cars and doing stuff in town and Keeping them out of trouble them they kept a bunch of us out of trouble. Kept us on the street narrows and We're in good shape for me. My grandfather was a charter member of the good ones. Most Fire Department back in nineteen forty nine. My father was a lifetime member and did his twenty five thirty years and So you were destined to here. I am so That's kind of my story how I got involved but yeah great because I work a fulltime job or to outside of the fire service. I think that's a great mix for what we have to have that though you have to have something a little bit different you know a lot of people. They throw their whole lives. They put their whole lives into the fire service and eventually it kind of wears account could wear on them. I don't know I think that's an advantage that maybe we don't take really good advantage of the call side of it is in the column Volunteer Service. You have a very vast amount of different experiences and different strengths different. You know things that you can draw versus. You know you hire firemen in a career department. And that's what they do. And maybe they have something on the side but they were predominantly there. Because they're in the fire department and where you have. You can really draw from all different professions in different trades and yeah exactly So how about a little bit about the goodwins Mills Fire Department? Now you guys cover to towns right. That's correct we're a municipal fire department that operates under a inter local agreement between the towns of Dayton and. Lyman me okay. So a total population of about six hundred sixty five hundred members are on call right at the fire departments comprise. We have five full time. Employees the fire chief and four or five fighters okay and the remaining staff is on call. We do supplement the full time firefighter with a twenty four hour. Day Pretty position. Okay so on a on a typical day. There's two firefighter. Emt On twenty four hours a day and then the fire chief when he can find time to be in the office forty hours a week. You got time right now planning planning something else that we're not accessing discourage semester but we started a few years ago was being a living site for southern. Maine Community College. Okay we'll have two or three we're down to two. We've had as many as three in the past to correct but now we have twenty four hour coverage down to to live in students through southern Maine Community College right station. That's that's a good benefit a know what scarborough and all those departments westbrook and stuff. They were taking advantage of that for quite a while. So that's that's good that you guys can do that. There's quite a few departments involved in it and you know it's based out of the Portland campus of southern Southern Maine Community College. Which when you start talking about good smells where forty five minutes from the college or so. It gets tougher for us to be attractive to a college student. To live out in the sticks thing in Dayton and live in Maine. But it's truly benefited us. And we we give them an experience that they couldn't get in town either. You know we still use them as students because the third person but we're not. We're not relying on them but at the same time. They're seeing some stuff that they wouldn't see. You know the big career departments would kind of have less for them to do right when we dig into this recruitment retention stuff? And you really look at it. Our live in students go on to be fulltime firefighters. Either good smells or someplace else. They build friendships with other similar age members of our fire department. They buy houses locally. They don't go back to Vermont Connecticut. They stay local. They become solid members of our organization and keep their friends around to helps. Well that's important. The network is in networking is important. And I think that should start at a young age when you're in college network why we're on the subject of Education. One area that we've benefited from immensely has been the center of technology so the vocational programs and I know in Southern Maine. Anyways has been huge for US. Every town you know whether it's either Stanford Bid Aford now or Westbrook. Every town.

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"nick campbell" Discussed on Brotherhood Academy Radio

Brotherhood Academy Radio

05:31 min | 2 years ago

"nick campbell" Discussed on Brotherhood Academy Radio

"Hilton and I am here with your Wednesday ends day box alarm and lookie here. We are back on schedule awesome. You have a Wednesday box on a Wednesday. We haven't done that in a while while right The holidays kind of We're hectic and they're over now so you are lucky enough to have three episodes in a row this week if you haven't noticed noticed so you're welcome for that And I want to talk about more mentorship but I want to end the mentorship series because I think we covered what we wanted to cover If you haven't listened yet please go back to the beginning of the mentor ship series And we touched a bit on What the kind of person Or what it takes to be a mentor. The traits that you should have but then we also talked about The INS and outs of actually mentoring hiring in the benefits of mentoring for the mentor. The Mentor and the organization as a whole. So please go back to those episodes And check doc those out but let's conclude this let's come to a conclusion. It's obvious that we all need to be mentors. And it's obvious that anybody buddy can be a mentor or down from the probationary firefighter to the most senior firefighter and the fire officers and chief officers. Okay anybody can mentor. It can be An unofficial mentorship artificial mentorship organizer an organized or a casual or a Official right there's so many different ways that you can look at that but anyone can mentor. All right you should be looking to form some sort sort of mentorship program in your organization if you don't have one yet and we as senior firefighters and officers should be encouraging our new members coming in in to become mentors them selves. Okay so let's recap real quick. All right let's recap we WANNA the haven't we all WanNa be enthusiastic about the role of mentorship. Okay and we all want to make sure that we have a certain experience with a certain the topic. We want to know what we're doing what we're talking about when we're mentoring somebody all right. So let's make sure we possess that possessed the experience possess the passion and for the topic. Okay and also we want to make sure that. We're showing positivity right and we want to show that we are valuing learning and learning ourselves loves an opening ourselves up and exposing our own mistakes that we've made down the you know in the past that we've made in our journey where we are now okay so mentorship. Authorship is the huge and big key for success for anybody and success in mentorship is going to mean success in your members and in your organization as a whole right so please everybody. I'm going to challenge you now. I want everybody to find something that you are. Good at figure out embrace your skills and embrace your talents right find it be aware of it and then find somebody. That's looking to obtain that skill. Somebody that you think or someone that may think that they want to become better at something. They want to progress progressive. They want to enhance their skills. And I challenge you to become their mentor. Okay he can be on a casual basis or you can develop an actual program Ram and mentor. This person for you know for for quite a while and Make a start and a finish. Make a whole program. I encourage you guys to do that. I challenge you all okay. So so thank you so much for listening to this series It was definitely A learning experience for me. It was a challenge that I gave myself I came came up with the topic of mentor ship and I said well you know. Let's let's let's let's hit on this for a little while so it made me go out and actually do some research on it and it made me think back to things that I've learned in the past and things that I've done and things in the people who have mentored me in how different the what the differences they've they've made for my life. Okay so I challenge you all do that in a help you grow successful people will help you grow into a successful firefighter and stepping capping out of your comfort zone because this may be a little bit uncomfortable for people to step up and start teaching and start mentoring and and Leading but stepping out of your comfort zone is only are going to help you grow all right so please really encourage you to do that. So if this is your first time listening by the way. This is our Wednesday box alarm. This is a short episode that we do. Every everyone's day that hits on tips tactics Strategies ideas commentary Anything about the fire service in in between and then on Sundays we have our full length episode. We try to get guests on the show There are two other members of the team. Palatine Nick Campbell Who are typically we here to also give their two cents on certain topics so Please be sure to go back to previous episodes. If any of those episodes give you you some sort of value. Please share that episode so that we can get more people exposed to it and create our community and make it even bigger. Okay so thank you. Everybody for listening time is is valuable. That is the end of this week's Wednesday box alarm. That concludes this week's Wednesday box alarm..

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"nick campbell" Discussed on Christ is the Cure

Christ is the Cure

09:12 min | 3 years ago

"nick campbell" Discussed on Christ is the Cure

"Welcome to Christ is the cure with Nick Campbell. Here. We bring you theology apologetic and a resource for growth on the basis of scripture alone said back and enjoy today's episode. Hey, we'll welcome back to the show. Zep so seventy eight and I had a good time in Houston with family and at the conference so right off the bat. A big thanks to grace family church. My mother and I walked in and everyone was extremely friendly. And I felt kind of bad because I was kinda tired from the trip and stuff like that his short trip, but we stayed a boy talking and stuff like that the night before. But they were extremely friendly. Their hospitality was amazing fellowship was awesome. How how how much of a family? They were. I enjoyed the worship to it was a great great place to be his so grace family church, and I'll link them in the description for this episode. So you can check them out if you're in the Houston area, and that is in parallel and Texas, so they hosted Jason law from the biblical Science Institute in which did a presentation on understanding Genesis on astronomy reveals creation and then ultimate proof of creation, and we had to take off before the CUNY started because of time in terms of getting home and things like that. So it was really great Jason Lisle is intelligent beyond Mike capacities. There's a couple of parts or honestly, he went above my head. Of course. I don't think in the same. That's not my area of expertise at all. If I if I can even say, I have an area of expertise. But yeah, he did his presentation on understanding Genesis and Jason law that a great job at discovering that in fact, his presentation on strana me, reveals creation was absolutely awesome. Just for the sake of how big vast spaces. It's just an awesome thing. So with that I highly recommend you go to his pages. And check out the biblical Science Institute. It was a pleasure. I got to shake hands with him. I was gonna I was going to actually talk to mention the show and say, hey, you know, if you ever want to have a show or platform, let me know, and I'll get you on there. But he looked really tired, and I felt bad. So I was just like, hey, could could you sign my book. And yeah, he's really sweet about it. And he was like, yeah. Say oh, yeah. You're the first person near my first autograph book because I I don't have any assigned books by anyone. I'm usually I'm kind of slow to approach people because I am introverted, and I feel I feel awkward around people that I respect really deeply. And so there was kind of that. And when. Ever. And I was like, oh, yeah. My wife took these awesome pictures telescope of the moon during the cliffs things. Oh, yeah. That's cool. It has like, oh, okay. I'll leave you be. 'cause I I'm kind of weird like that. Sometimes so yeah. That was kind of an opportunity missed, but you know, I imagine traveling around and speaking like that all the time is exhausting. So I didn't wanna push that. So everyone has heard by now is a big switch today's episode. It's I had a Acuna thing. And then I ended up just saying all right? Let's just look at the big ones, really. And if you haven't heard about New York, well, then you're a little bit behind it is absolutely horrible. What New York has done and other states are going to follow along. And I think Vermont's already pushing it in all ready have I mean, they're not that far away from New York. Really? There was also some other bills passing York that we need to pay to do. But I'm not going to that today. So I was asked my view on abortion. I think before I start talking about this. It's important to know that there's that you can be forgiven of your sin. There are people who have had abortions that then you don't understand that Jesus is bigger than your sin, and you can be forgiven. You know, whenever we say this to people who have had abortions who are saved. We you need to recognize that the you have been forgiven that we're trying to help people prevent that mistake that we're trying to we're trying to help them kind of get ahead of it. And you know, Jesus is bigger than ourselves. We need we need to be graceful and patient with people who have had abortions because it is a hard thing. And. And they have to live with that. And they need to understand that they can have reconciliation. They can have peace. They can have redemption through Jesus Christ. So John Calvin this is opposed. Actually that's on Instagram, but John Calvin says the fetus though, enclosed in the womb of its mother is already human being. And is it a monstrous crime to rob it of life, which has not yet begun to enjoy? If it seems more horrible to kill man in his own house than in the field because a man's house is a place of most secure refuge. It ought to be Shirley deemed more atrocious to kill or destroy a fetus in the womb before it has come to light. And that's my sentiment. So with that, really. This information, I might have shared before on the podcast. And so you'll just have the hold on a little bit. If you wanna get the other stuff. But so a fetus contains all that is needed to become a fully functioning adult, you know, there. There's no difference from one who is born other than the point of development at conception that baby has its own DNA blueprint of a human being all forty six chromosomes being at the baby is not merely. An appendage is not just a part of a woman's body. I it's his own its own being everything. President and adult who is murdered is president at the baby. Who was aborted? You know? A baby's heartbeat develops at the twenty fifth day of development and some heartbeats can be seen as early as three weeks. Minnesota babies are administered a pain relief prior to abortion as per the women's right to know act as six weeks, the baby reacts to touch and pain receptors appeared. Now, the earliest reactions the Bank can be detected at seven point five weeks in various studies from eighteen to twenty weeks. There's a significant stress response. To physical insults. The mechanisms that moderate the experience of pain don't begin to develop until the thirty two or thirty second to thirty fourth week. And this means the pain that the own born baby feels is more intense than that of an infant and adult consider that. So of course, murder is defined as the unlawful premeditated killing of one human being of another yet. As abortion is premeditated. The definition of a murder has been twisted to allow for it the unborn victims of violence act places babies in the womb with the same values another human being, and if you look up the unborn victims act on born victims of violence active doesn't four you'll quickly. Learn that many state laws and federal laws are in contradicting with each other. This includes the fact that if you kill a woman who's pregnant there's double homicide involved on my digress. So God's moral off bids murder, exodus twenty thirteen and all human beings are created image of God. Genesis one twenty seven and Genesis nine five six capital punishment was established because of the killing of no human being made in God's image God deem that any man who kills another should be put to death because he destroyed a person created image further more God hates those who shed innocent blood proverbs sixteen through seventeen. But like I said if you had have an abortion, you can be forgiven. There's no sense you large for Jesus Christ. But here is the ultimate thing. What Newark has done has gone. So so far to be honest. You could in theory, you know, move this out further s so long as the umbilical cord is still attached to the baby you could aboard it. If theory, you know what I'm saying, it's a slippery slope. And you know, what everyone has been talking about the lighting up of the. The tower in New York and how it was pink to celebrate. What had just occurred in the fact that people celebrate this as everyone has pointed out so far because I'm a little bit behind because I do things one of the week at the time is absolutely horrible. And you know, what this if this does not prove the depravity of man, I don't know what will you know? And this just goes to show that Manton make laws continuously that are opposed to God's law, and we will be judged for it. This country will be judged for those laws. It will you know. Those empower power are supposed to reflect God's law, and here they are shouting cheering and celebrating the murder of babies. That's what it is. And that man that breaks my heart. Someone has also pointed out the very the very obvious problem that capital punishment in New York is he legal? So you can you can kill a baby the innocent. But you can't kill a criminal how backwards how absolutely backwards is this. You know, that's just grinding my gears, man.

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"nick campbell" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"nick campbell" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Me. Father five cents. Right. Right. Come from anything done. We started talking to one another again that's from former vice president Joe Biden here in Washington. Speaking to the nation's mayors and another road to the White House, twenty twenty note, former governor Terry McAuliffe says he will make his decision by March thirty first the former Virginia governor is also considering a bid for the presidency. He spoke earlier today at the university of Virginia a forum on the Trump presidency. He told the panel, quote, I'm going to do everything that I can to make sure that Donald Trump is not in office in two thousand twenty the South China Morning post carrying this headline earlier today US worship sailed through the closely-watched Taiwan Strait turning up the pressure on Beijing it marked the fourth time. The navy has publicly admitted to sending a surface combats through the strait since the US restarted the practice back in the summer. It comes at a sensitive time for US China relations, both in trade and military talks. Here are some more details US guided missile destroyer, the USS Nick Campbell and the water as a deal. Conducting a routine Taiwan Strait transit in accordance with international law. Tim Gorman is the Lieutenant Commander spokesperson in the region. He said, quote, the ships transit through the Taiwan Strait demonstrate the US commitment to a free and open Indo Pacific. The US navy will continue to fly sale and operate anywhere that international law allows the US navy. Did did sail ships through the straight back in October. Again in November, we should point out. They were followed by a number of Chinese vessels in the area. Then as well. As nNcholas Maduro announcing today that he is breaking diplomatic relations with the US. This follows the announcement by the Trump administration recognizing that country's opposition leader as its president Madero says the US diplomatic personnel have seventy two hours to leave the country. The State Department is saying no way earlier today. Secretary state, Mike Pompeo addressing the organization of American states. He discussed the political turmoil in Venezuela. Today..

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"nick campbell" Discussed on Christ is the Cure

Christ is the Cure

06:51 min | 3 years ago

"nick campbell" Discussed on Christ is the Cure

"Welcome to Christ is the cure with Nick Campbell. Here. We bring you theology apologetic and a resource for growth on the basis of scripture alone said back and enjoy today's episode. Hey, everyone. Welcome back to the show. This is up so seventy seven and this weekend is the conference in Houston and south Houston with Jason Lyles on a Sunday, only if you want information on that Email me quickly, and I'll get you that information, and maybe we can shake hands and meet at that. I highly recommend Jason Lisle if you are in Houston. He is awesome originally from answer is Genesis. And he he just has awesome stuff. He really does. Anyway. Well, two weeks ago now I had a series on Instagram because I'm doing series now on Instagram where I talked about King James only them, and if you're with us last year, then you got to hear like a four part series on that. And so I decided to address it again, this time making more accessible to people in general and. Well, we're just going to kind of go over that again here. And really nothing has particularly changed the arguments fort haven't really changed, and we're gonna talk a little bit about some of that that's gone on today. So we'll see how this goes. So is has been quite some time since we discussed it. But there have been a number of individuals who have their faith shaken or in a crisis because of the King James only movement. I think that's sad and dangerous. I have heard people say that their salvation has been questioned because of their position on the TV or the ESP and that is also dangerous. So this doesn't really apply to those who are majority text only because really I think that's a more appropriate view in light of this. And so if you prefer the King James because it reflects the majority tax more than anything than okay, sure. But that's not usually what we're talking about here. We're addressing those individuals. I consider him the King James the only superior word of God, it's infallible. It's the only translation, and that's usually who I'm geared towards SU there's a lot of different views in. I think TR only is kind of a stretch to in some sense. Which I am not an expert in this field. I have just done enough research to to know that I do not hold this position. So you'll likely see graphics online with the King James comparing it to the NFC saying these versus are missing or you have this one where it's all these verses in the cage. Av says has them hasn't hasn't hasn't been then on all the other modern translates says removed, and so the misconception is that. Well, really it's easier to propagate simplistic nonsense rather than try to understand why this occurs, and there is a presupposition behind the images, and basically it makes King James the standard, and we'll get a little bit later. But ultimately, you can make any translation the standard and say look these other versions are different. Therefore, they are corrupt. They are of the devil. And you can do that with anything if you make it standard. So what is the standard while the standard is the manuscript? And that's why the majority text position makes more sense to me because if you're gonna make an argument from any position should be while these manuscripts are are more of them. Etc. But in terms of the verses, I would argue that they were added into the King, James. And the question was how can this be the King James older? Yes. The king translation is older. But the manuscript spend it or not. So it all started with a series on Daniel Wallace. And he had a quote that I put up on my page, and you can see all this on at Christ dot is dot the duck. Your the King James version based six eight manuscripts while modern editions consider at least fifty eight hundred Greek manuscripts. And the difference is pretty staggering. The Greek text behind King James is demonstratively inferior to the Greek Tech's we have today and the author of the King James greet, text or considered variants and made changes the King James translators and their sixty seven noted variance translational differences, and they recognize and called for the production of future and better translations versus we're not removed from the scripture asking James only advocates. We'll tell you about rather late editions. I think personally it would be great to have a new translation base off the majority text. I think that would be really cool, but we just don't see that really happening as far as I am aware. So the next part of the series was basically opposed about the Greek text behind the King James version, which was made by harassment's and eras was trying to be the first published Greek New Testament before a cardinal in Spain Rasmus used half a dozen of the earliest. Greek manuscripts, which I believe dated from the twelfth to fourteenth century, sometimes he had to just guess at what the regional mindset, and you see this with revelation, and he admitted that his own edition was contained or contained hundreds of errors. So the reality of the matter is that there are differences also between the sixteen eleven and the King James you see today. So this raise the question if the King James the only foul word of God without air them. Why are there any changes whether some of those changes here in a minute? But the main thing is the Greek text that it's based on the often, call the Texas receptive. So the received text. But which one is the pure one, which one is the true in which TR should we accept on? There are five additions from Arash Smith's, and then the additions of Stephanus which there are four, and then those Beza which is eleven most exit are called it's Yar would actually be the work of Scrivener who used the fifteen ninety eight version of basis text any looked at all the variants, but he conformed his Greek text from the English translation of the King James version. So he took the King James version, and he translated into Greek. So of course, that one matches up perfectly because he he created a whole new edition based off of an English. Translation, so there are thirty editions of the TR or the Texas Persepolis with variants. And so which one would be the pure Tech's, which one be inspired. So the most prominent one courses harassment's who started the tax and fifteen sixteen who

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"nick campbell" Discussed on Christ is the Cure

Christ is the Cure

10:36 min | 3 years ago

"nick campbell" Discussed on Christ is the Cure

"Welcome to Christ is the cure with Nick Campbell. Here. We bring you theology apologetic and a resource for growth on the basis of scripture alone, sit back and enjoy today's episode. April. Welcome back to the show. This is episode seventy six I didn't realize the last time that seventy five apparently is a big deal. It's like the seventy fifth anniversary. And so we did have that last week. And I just kind of blew over because I didn't really think twice about it. But someone mentioned a that's a pretty big deal. The numbers of episode on the show haven't really made an impact on me per se. But I guess it is quite they complement Schmidt that we made it to seventy five episodes. I say it all the time. I didn't expect it to go like this. I didn't expect to come this far so to speak. So before we begin the next episode of the series, which this is on time believe it or not we are going to have a couple of guests in the next couple of months. So look forward to that. They should be interesting. And if you are in the Houston area, there is a conference. It's a one day conference is just a Sunday from ten thirty two probably about four with Jason Lisle who is rigidly from answers in Genesis. And he's a reformed astrophysicist who focuses on Genesis quite a bit. So the conferences on. The creation account and on how. The heavens declare the glory the existence of God. And it should be good. Jason Lyles pretty awesome. So if you're in Houston area, just send me an Email, and we can talk about Nick dot com. Black crisis occurred dot org. That is on January twenty seventh. So if you're in the Houston area, January twenty seventh it's on a Sunday. Let me know that can give you the link seeking out the information, and I can meet you there. So if you let me know if you're there, then we can shake hands and talk a little bit. That'd be pretty cool. So today is the deity of Christ. Part two. And I realized that I didn't want to just keep regurgitating the same information. So this may be significantly short. We talked quite a bit about proof texts. And really there's so many paths. You can take on this discussion. But the point remains vastly clear that Jesus was fully man fully God hundred percent God one hundred percent, man. And I know that mathematically seemed a little bit out there. But it needs to be stressed that. There was nothing less than fully God in him. There's nothing less than fully man at him. So in the last episode on the need of Christ. We gave some examples of texts that express Christ as God. Give me second here. What did I just do nothing and Lord, and as well as text that point to the DEA Christ, you notice that really we didn't talk too much about the standard proof texts. We talked a little bit about John one one believe John one one through three, but we didn't talk about. Phlippines? We didn't talk about Colossians because those are really the obvious ones that really the only way to eat around the MS by injecting your own. Meaning it's the texts by doing some weird interpretation, which I have seen John one one butchered, and so many ways just let John say what John is trying to say let the Holy Spirit speak, and the the amount of gymnastics you have to do to let John one turn into something else. Other than what it is is just amazing anyway. So we briefly spoke about the reality of that crisis. Eternal that the messiah would have been expected to be defined a divine in some shape or form and summer. We express that Jesus is the terminal son of God who is on earth before we divine fully, man. So how far this is going to go. Not sure basically, it's hard to say because of the amount of evidence throughout scripture. The new desma is laced with claims of deity. It is almost impossible to read the New Testament without running into at least one proof text. And each chapter. I would even say, regardless Lewis Berkoff rally noted that the proof is so abundant that no one who accepts the bible is infallible. Word of God can entertain any doubt on this point that is the DD Christ. So there has been a variety of discussions on Jesus self consciousness. It seems as if there has been discussion on whether or not Jesus believed himself to be this journal son of God in films and books as killing Jesus by Bill O'Reilly present a confused son of God who must discover who he is. And then live that out after the fact, I don't know if you saw that killing Jesus was supposed to be a historical retelling of the gospels. But whenever you read the gospels you see that Jesus quite aware of who he is. It wasn't some shocker as killing Jesus portrayed it. Especially in the film. I didn't read the book. But of course, there is no scriptural basis for that idea as I just noted. Jesus favorite title will send a man which then denotes that super human nature that we talked about in Daniel, and there is more to consider through that though they angel of God Luke twelve eight or nine are referred to by Jesus as his angels in Matthew thirteen forty-one. So equates the angels of God with his angels. And the same goes for the kingdom the God's kingdom. And then he refers to as my kingdom. So you can see that kind of parallel that what is God's is Jesus. Because why? Well, we mentioned the forgiveness ascend as being an exclusive word of God. And I've had. Some people counter this, but really throughout the Old Testament. You see that vote? Actually, you see the testimony that God will be the one who saves the people God will save the people God is wanting forgive sins. And you see that throughout all the Old Testament and the trinitaria Nep. So we talked about this tax where it says he always sending y'all way. And it's like what does that mean? Well, it only makes sense within the context of who Jesus. Regardless we see the reaction of people around him that confirm this reality. Jesus notes that he will judge the world and he sits on the throne, which is an activity of God alone. You can begin seeing why the truth Trinidadian ISM is hard to separate from. From scripture. God doesn't share his throne. He doesn't share his glory or his power yet, the father and the son both excise works of God. And he's referred himself. As the Lord of the Sabbath in Matthew, twelve eight Mark to twenty eight Luke six five which would have been blasphemous in that God could claim such a thing. But not someone else he created an established the Sabbath and for anyone else to claim that he was the Lord of the Sabbath would be he quitting himself to the creator. And here's a thing. With that reality almost every time. The Sabah's mentioned there's some type of tax points to the deity. And we just need to recognize that we need to look at all the examples of where people try to pick up stones to stone Jesus for blasphemy because that's what he was doing. He was saying he was equal to God. He was God. Additionally, the one with the father, well, some heretics will say that the father was in Jesus because of the dwelling Holy Spirit or the nature of Jesus birth which they go into different theories of that. But it would be unwise separate the portion of scripture that finishes that same sentence. It says yes, the father was in Jesus. But I am in the father to no end to see Jesus didn't know and see the father, John fourteen seventy nine. So we have to stress that that it wasn't just the father in dwelling the sun. But that the sun was also in the father, there is essence the relationship which has been what we've been arguing for since the. Trinite hearing episode to begin with. He, you know, once and like, I said, I say this all the time once you once you change something and trying to terrorism you effect, Chris dodgy quite dramatically, and then you have a different Jesus. And so we need to make sure that we're paying attention to that. I must continue that. If there is any doubt, I will say this over and over again, the Jews of his day knew exactly what was being conveyed whenever they charged him with blasphemy. They save themselves. He's making himself equal to God. In John five eighteen in fact, stoning for blasphemy would have been the proper response. That's what the law says and live the twenty four sixteen. They would have been doing the right thing. If Jesus was not who he said, he was and he would have been breaking the law thing about that. He would have transgressed the law. If you was not saying the truth Jesus words in Matthew twenty six sixty three are clear negation of deity as we have not previously given the authority and power of the sovereign God. Now, a fascination her fascinating examination and Jesus handling of the law. So we have to think about this. Because we we go through the sermon. The and it's all finding dandy, but we never actually think about what is being said here Jesus make statements such as you have heard. But I say. Whenever he's talking about like the sermon on the mount, and he is talking about commandments that have been given any expands on those commandments. So we see this. Statement essentially by Jesus placing his authority equal with the law, and he lays down teachings. In addition. He expands on those law, something that only the thirty of God can do this goes back to the Sabbath idea only God could do that. No one else has the authority to expand on the law to make his words equal to the law. You have heard, but I say only God could do that Colossians as well. Denotes DVD and one one one fifteenth or twenty and two nine you'll notice that I haven't brought up Philippians two five to eleven because I brought it up during the sewed on the incarnation. And there's this big theory about Keno SIS, and we basically stated my position and that episode, and so if you know anything about that theory, you got my interpretation of

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"nick campbell" Discussed on Christ is the Cure

Christ is the Cure

06:00 min | 3 years ago

"nick campbell" Discussed on Christ is the Cure

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

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"nick campbell" Discussed on Christ is the Cure

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"nick campbell" Discussed on Christ is the Cure

"Welcome to Christ is the cure with Nick Campbell. Here. We bring you theology apologetic and a resource for growth on the basis of scripture alone said back and enjoy today's episode. April. Welcome back to the show. This is episode seventy four and it may be a short one I got to prepare a little bit for this week's episode not enough as as much as I wanted to and someone to present what I did prepare for. And then we will have more than one part for this. Anyway. First things first while I was gone on my break. I went to Houston to see my family. And when I was in humble or humble, whichever way of heard of both ways I had the pleasure of going to covenant Baptist church. If you're in Houston, and you're in that area. Check it out. I promise you will not regret it covered about this church dot C C online. Their pastor was a pleasure to speak to. He was absolutely awesome. The sermon was awesome. You can tell that God is working in this church. I left and I was just blown away. Really? It was clear scripture and truth. A lot of churches will not talk about and he was talking to John one. But man, it was really good coming about this church. If you're in Houston, go there check it out really seriously. So this this episode of the theology? Series was on the media Christ. So I kind of took trying to organize this. And I didn't want to just throw out a bunch of proof texts would eventually gets to the point where you just kind of have to because there's a lot on this. So we begin this discussion it really is a Walker because of the overwhelming biblical evidence for this position now throughout history, and even today, many groups had tried to strip this fact away from the person of Christ orthodoxies since the beginning of Christina has always maintained that Jesus was fully human and fully God. Some people had described as one hundred percent God one hundred percent human and that messes with people's brains because God can't be fully understood by men. We talked about his humanity before we talked about briefly, his the historical theology on his DD as we looked at crystal logical understanding and the trinitaria episode, I believe so let's kinda get going into this subject and grab a pen and a paper, and we'll see how far we get on. Like, I said, I'm not sure how long today's episode is going to be which may not be a bad thing. Because I don't know about you. But I'm tired, and there's just a lot going on right now. So let's check it out firstly. Let's talk about the Old Testament the aspect of the divine messiah is actually seen in the Old Testament in many many passages, especially when we consider the messenger of y'all whe can be considered premium carnet Christ when we examine those sex. Now whenever I see a messenger of Galway. I mean, the angel of the Lord that you see throughout the Old Testament. I said messenger because angel. A messenger. And I don't want people to think that I think that is an angel. It can also mean in being, but whenever most people think of angels eighth thing of Gabriel, Michael and things like that. However, whenever you look at the angel of y'all whe and scripture, you can see that he is referred to as being God in several instances..

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