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Pope encourages South Sudanese, will raise plight of women
"On a visit to the world's youngest country, Pope Francis spent his first full day in South Sudan, where he encouraged clergy to focus on serving the people. Excited crowds cheered as the paper arrived that sensor as cathedral in Juba, the pontiff held a meeting inside the cathedral with South Sudanese priests and nuns in which he urged them not to join religious life for social prestige, but to serve their flocks by accompanying them. South Sudan is a country beset by conflict poverty and humanitarian crises, worshipper Paul told the AP he hoped the Pope's visit will make a difference. We hope that peace in this country. Yes, we need peace. The country is bleeding daily. South Sudan gained independence from the majority Muslim Sudan in 2011, but has been beset by Civil War and conflicts. I'm Karen Chammas
Bridges scores 25, leads Suns to 106-94 win over Celtics
"Mikhail bridges scored 25 points as the sun's delta Celtics, their fourth loss in 6 games, one O 6 94. Sun's coach Monty Williams. We know how badly we felt the last time we played this team. They took it to us and so that helps you play with an appropriate fear. Of what could happen if you don't bring it. Daria, Sarah, had 14 points and 13 rebounds for Phoenix, while Chris Paul contributed 15 points, 8 assists and 6 rebounds. Jaylen Brown had 27 points and Jason Tatum 23 for the Celtics, but the pair shot just 33% from the field and 6 of 22 from three point range. I'm Dave ferry
Author Jim Wallace on Conspiracy and the Resurrection
"When you were that atheist, let me ask you this. You were convinced that the resurrection of Jesus had to be some kind of hoax or conspiracy, and that the disciples cooked it up. That's pretty common. When you talk to people that don't believe in Jesus, that'll be the first thing. I talked to a guy from Princeton divinity school that believes this, right? He's a smart guy. Yeah. But think of that. He went to Princeton divinity and unlearned his faith. Well, okay, so we always have knowledge and wisdom are two different things. So I can get a lot of knowledge going into school, but I may not be wise. And what made me wise about the whole conspiracy theory issues is working a bunch of conspiracies. So anytime you have, if you're working our gangs for two years, any time you have more than one suspect to commit a crime or a murder, then you have what we can add a conspiracy charge. Here's what I've discovered. To have a successful conspiracy, and I think we're so we love conspiracy theories. I mean, we are, I mean, a lot of Christians. Feeds an appetite. Yes, it feeds an appetite we all have. There make great movies, make great novels. We love to talk about them as though they're true. But here's the hard truth. Is that you need a certain number of things in place in order to have a successful conspiracy. And here they are. Pretty simple. You need the least number of co-conspirators. It's easier for two people to do something, tell a lie, keep a secret than it is for 22. It just is. You also need to hold it for the shortest amount of time possible. It's easier to hold a lie for a day than it is for a year. So a great conspiracy is when two people commit a crime. And then one immediately kills the other. Well, now we've kind of captured it. The first day. Yes, the first day. So we kept the time span short, and we only have one remaining perpetrator. But those are the first two things. The third thing is that you really want to have good communication, excellent communication. What's the first thing we're going to do when we get 5 people who committed a crime? We're going to separate them. And ask them deep questions because they can not talk to each other now to line up their stories. And I'm going to go way beyond the initial story of the weeds to catch the lie, the spot the lie. You also want really super strong family or relational connections, right? And that's going to be really important. So these are the kinds of things we're looking for when we see a successful conspiracy. Here's the problem with the gospel authors, is there's way too many of them. It's not just the 12, right? There's a 120 in the upper room in X one. Remember they picked Matthias to replace Judas. He was also an eyewitness who had seen Jesus from the baptism to the resurrection. They picked from a group of a 120. But Paul says there are 500 who saw the living risen in Christ on the same day. So how large is this if you just told me that, oh yeah, I believe in a conspiracy from last year involving 500 people that all lined up. Yeah, I'm going to be suspicious already. There's too many people. If you're taking an entire sector of the federal government two decades to hold the conspiracy, I'm sorry. Someone's going to break.
Dr. Jeff Myers: All Scripture Is Inspired by God
"Doctor Jeff Meyers truth changes everything. Should we just kind of do the Andy Stanley thing and just kind of say Matthew Mark Luke and John leviticus, you're a waste of time. To me, that's a grave mistake, Charlie. And I'm not here to pick theological fights, but the truth is, all of scripture is inspired by God, the apostle Paul said, and is profitable for teaching, correcting, rebuking and training and righteousness. He was not at that point as far as we can tell talking about Matthew Mark Luke and John. He was talking about the Old Testament. When you look at John, again, we were talking about John. We love the book of John. You read John chapter one. So powerful. John chapter one, Andrew goes to his brother Peter. It says we found the messiah, a little bit lighter, Philip goes to his body, Nathaniel, and says, we have found the one Moses wrote about in the law and so did the prophets, Jesus, son of Joseph from Nazareth, and that's that famous passage Nathaniel says, can anything good come out of Nazareth? Like anybody who's watched the chosen would remember that that moment, but in that moment you realize these disciples believed that Jesus was the one who had been written about in the Torah and this all of these prophecies from all of time, which were known by everyday Jewish people, including fishermen, were coming true, and they were coming true in this man. You can not, I believe, understand Jesus unless you understand that he was a Jew. And that he studied Torah, how do we know that he studied tour because when he was 12 years of age, just before age 13, which would be the official and copernic or something? Well, he went his parents actually were in Jerusalem and they left because they thought he was in the crowd and they realized he wasn't there. He came back. And what was happening? Jesus was sitting with the teachers of the law. The scripture there is so fascinating. It says that they were amazed. He was asking questions and they were amazed at his answers. And everybody knows in education, the height of knowing a subject is if you can ask the right questions about it.
Who Failed Paul Pelosi
"I want to talk about the Pelosi body camera that was just released when I say Pelosi power Pelosi's incident where there was a nut job that broke in his house and ended up bashing him in the head with a hammer, almost killing the man. So let me tell you my takeaways. All of the stuff that was online without having the body worn camera footage alluded to the fact that Pelosi could have been involved with this guy as a lover and that, you know, this guy in Pelosi stage the break in and the police showed up and called Pelosi and the guy in their underwear and it was all the strange situation and have opened the door and was just standing there and nothing happened before he was just randomly struck in the head. All of those things were out there in about and some people were speaking about it. However, when I saw the body worn camera footage, it really cleared up a lot of stuff for me and I want to set the record straight. It appears to me based on a body on camera footage that power Pelosi was a victim, I don't care what you think about Nancy Pelosi and all these other knuckleheads. Power Pelosi was a victim. And if you're calling in, let me break. If you call in and you disagree with me, just hold on, I'm gonna get to you in a second. Power Pelosi was a victim. This guy took several minutes to break into the house. And being when the police came to the door and I just, I'm confused. Because they deemed the dispatcher heroic because she was able to interpret what Paul Pelosi was saying because the guy was breaking in his house and he was trying to speak in code and say, hey, what are you doing in my house? You don't live here. In a dispatcher, I guess put the cookies down and was like, wait a minute, this on sound right. And ended up ordering police officers to go out there in an emergency situation. I'm assuming that's what that was, that's what had happened. Because if it wasn't what happened, then the dispatcher didn't do a good job and probably should be suspended. Because if you can not interpret the fact that Nancy Pelosi's husband is at home alone, and he's saying you don't belong in my house, you don't live here, you need to leave. That you don't interpret it. It's probably a person breaking. And then you got a person between a rock and a hard place. However, let's just say And let's just say the police officer showed up with that expectation. Based on my observation of the video, they failed. They failed. They knock on the door and one officer was on his phone for whatever reason. I don't know what he was doing. He got his head down. On his phone, the other officer knocked on the door, you could see his body wearing camera, he turned his back to the door at some point.
Body Cam Footage of Fatal Police Beating Is Released
"I want to talk about Paul Pelosi's body worn camera footage being released, but our first one to touch base and revisit the Memphis police officers that were all charged in the death of a young man, Tyree Nichols, who was a resident there in Memphis, Tennessee pulled over on a traffic stop. Now, I told y'all yesterday. I told you yesterday. I said, I guarantee you, and let me preface this. The officers in this situation could be wrong. There's a very possibility that it can be wrong. They were charged. You have to have probable cause of charge somebody. Now in the spirit of the way they do business now in the United States of America against police officers, I wouldn't be surprised if they didn't do nothing wrong. And because the dude got a shellacking and end up dying, they want to make an example out of these police officers. So I'm open to believe that it could go either way. Now, let me explain to you what the department issued as to the occurrence of the initial interaction between the scorpion unit officers who were all black and this black man driving in the vehicle. They made mention in their report that the Memphis police officers pulled over Nichols on January the 7th around 8, 30 p.m.. They pulled him over for reckless driving. Let me just talk about what he did. We'll deal with the police in a minute because when a body worn camera come out, the body won camera don't lie. Just like the hips don't lie, the body won camera don't lie. He gets pulled over for reckless driving. What did he do next, ladies and gentlemen, did he just get pulled over and say, officer, you need my license and registration and gay to license registration and took the ticket and went home like I did, not for reckless driving but for speeding, I got a ticket, I took it like a champ. But no, he didn't do that. The reports say a confrontation occurred. During the traffic stop at which point, Nichols ran away from police on foot. He ran, let me say that again for the people in the back smoking crack. He ran away from the police on foot,
Manafort Owns up to Passing 'Campaign Data' to Suspected Russian Agent
"Here's Dan ladden hall Daily yeast Manafort owns up to passing campaign data to a suspected Russian agent Notice how Adam Schiff and Clint watts never mention a name Now the yeast mentions the name here Donald Trump's 2016 campaign chairman Paul Manafort on Monday publicly admitted he gave polling data to Constantine kilimnik a suspected Russian intelligence asset What Wow That sounds really bad Now that did happen Paul Manafort did admit to that But who's Constantine kilimnik He gave him polling data Well I like the same polling of data that already appeared in The Washington Post and stuff So I'm not apologizing for Paul Manafort I'm just telling you the truth Who's Constantine kilimnik Because it seems like someone else gave Constantine kilimnik a whole lot more access Wouldn't you know it It's the freaking Obama administration Again what What's that stuff on your face Oh I was cleaning the chimney We don't have a chimney
Why Did Paul Manafort Share Polling Data With Konstantin Kilimnik?
"Why was he sharing this polling data with this guy Constantine kilimnik Another listen remind me reminded me of Moscow maddow Russia Rachel talked about all the time kilimnik Folks for a fairly obvious reason I've said a couple of times on the show and forgive me I don't mean not to sound arrogant pretentious I'm just trying to reiterate the point Ukraine was a piggy bank Paul Manafort was very active in Ukraine Ukraine had a very serious national divide Large portions of the country wanted to align more with the Europeans other portions of the country felt that they should align more with more pro Russia approaches So different factions of the country who wanted the pro Russia or pro European side represented in the United States where the United States government was giving a lot of money to Ukraine would hire Americans former politicians lobbyists and others to advance their cause It was all a grifting thing People found business opportunities over there with George Soros type groups Basically Ukraine was a big piggy bank Again I wrote a whole book on this the opening chapter of follow the money is about Ukraine It's called insane in Ukraine And it's about exactly this So why was Manafort giving polling data to kilimnik I don't know my guess is he was doing it because money he was probably there was probably some type of business deal involved with them And he was showing him look I have access to this date it hasn't come out yet polling data Now however untoward me that is and kind of shady From that Adam Schiff derives that Donald Trump was giving Vladimir Putin back rubs and they stole an election Do you realize the degree of a holy you need to make that leap It doesn't even make sense
Who Is Konstantin Kilimnik?
"Here's an article by the hill about Constantine Constantine kilimnik who just to be sure here Adam Schiff goofball spineless loser not a shred of human dignity at all The epitome of human waste piled 6 feet tall how did they mold a pile of human waste to look like Adam Schiff like them They get the color out How did they do that Adam Schiff goes on CNN And repeats this weekend the Russia hoax again because he was dealing with a Russian asset but he doesn't mention his name Why Because when you look up the name Constantine column one of the pieces that comes up is a piece of the hill By an actual reporter John Solomon And John Solomon notes talking about the Mueller report is what it doesn't state is that Constantine kilimnik was a sensitive intelligence source for the State Department going back to at least 2013 while he was still working for Manafort according to FBI and State Department memos John Solomon himself reviewed Kilimnik was not even just any kind of run of the mill source he interacted with the chief political officer at the U.S. embassy in Kyiv Sometimes meeting several times a week to provide information on the Ukraine government He relayed messages back to Ukraine's leaders and delivered written reports to U.S. officials via emails that stretched on for thousands of words the memo shows Wait wait hold on Read this again So the guy working with Paul Manafort who sleazebag human waste pile 6 feet high Adam Schiff Says is a Russian asset meaning anyone working with this guy is a de facto Russian asset too Was a source for the State Department and the FBI back in 2013
Paul Pelosi Attack Footage Released by Police
"We saw acts of violence that were both near fatal and fatal. Of course, the video was released due to a court order of Paul Pelosi being attacked by this lunatic with a hammer in Pelosi's home, the home of he and his wife, Nancy, the Speaker of the House, the then Speaker of the House, this guy is hopefully going to be behind bars for a long time, if not in a mental institution, and I hope that people will knock off the conspiracy theories. Man, oh man, we are enamored with conspiracy theories as a country, aren't we? As a people, who opened the door, how did the door get open? What was the guy doing there? Why was Pelosi's underwear? I mean, knock it off. Here's an 82 year old man who's lucky to be alive. As the surveillance video showed this. Bizarre person breaking into the Pelosi home and then hitting them over the head with a hammer, cracking open his skull, the 82 year old guy is never going to be the same. No person should experience that in their home. And the fact that, you know, Nancy Pelosi may have a political ideology that we strongly disagree with shouldn't excuse or lead it to any path of looking the other way or not condemning this act of awful violence,
France buys new masterpiece for Orsay museum with LVMH gift
"France has bought a new masterpiece for the osse museum, with a gift from luxury goods giant LVMH. LVMH has donated nearly $47 million for a boating party by 19th century French artists Gustav kibo, the oil on canvas, shows an oarsman in a top hat, rowing his skiff on languid waters. The work remarkable in its realism delicate colors and almost cinematic perspective as though the artist was in the boat with the rower, went on display on Monday in the museum d'Orsay. The masterpiece was sold by kibbutz descendants, John Paul cleverly, and adviser to LVMH, says it had been one of the last impressionistic wonders still in private hands. I'm Charles De Ledesma
Osman ties career high with 29 points, Cavs rout Clippers
"Jetty Osmond tied a career high for points as the Cavaliers easily ended the clippers 5 game winning streak. One 22 99. The Turkish national team member dropped in 29 points on 11 of 13 shooting to highlight Turkish heritage night at the arena. Darius Garland had 16 points at ten assists for Cleveland, which led by 40 in the third quarter. All star starter Donovan Mitchell had 11 points in his return to the Cavs after missing three games with a groin strain, playing without Kawhi Leonard Paul George and Reggie Jackson, the clippers were led by Brandon Boston, junior's 24 points. I'm Dave fairy
Aho scores again, Hurricanes beat Bruins 4-1
"The bruins have their first three game losing streak of the season following a four one setback against the hurricanes. Sebastian aho tallied for the fourth straight game, opening the scoring in the first period. We played tonight. There's a reason why they're on top of the standings. They play, they play a good game. So yeah, needed to bring our best tonight. Paul stastny, double Carolina's lead with a power play goal in the second. Seth Jarvis and Jordan stall added third period goals, with stahl's empty netter securing the cane's 5th straight win. Frederick Anderson turned back 24 shots and blanked the bruins until Pavel zacha made it three one with 1638 remaining. I'm Dave ferry.
Bitcoin Price is up 50 Since Paul Grahams Systemic Risk Crypto Prediction
"2 a.m. Monday, January 30th, 2023. Bitcoin price is up 50 cents Paul Graham's systemic risk crypto prediction. The entire crypto industry has been gaining momentum over the past few days, which has created a bullish sentiment throughout the market. Altcoins have gained
God Calls Us to Be Like Him
"From the apostle Paul, writing to the church at ethicists. And writing to us to tell us in this phrasing is really cool. You were taught with regard to your former way of life. To put off your old self, oh, that doesn't mean you stop texting people back when you blow up. That's not what he's saying. That doesn't mean a bigger house necessarily, although it could. It has to do with the inside things. That are keeping me from being what God created me to be. And we know what he created us to be. I'm going to tell you what God created you to be. Looking versus 24. Like him. Did they put the verse up on the screen? Yeah. That's what he created you to be. Did God want me to be a singer or does God want me to go over here and study abroad or does God want me to go to Penn State or does God want me to be athlete or this guy want me to double major or does God want me to move my mom in with me? I don't know. He wants you to be like him. Whoever's living with you, wherever you're going to school, whatever your major and that's what he's doing in my life and your life.
Guitarist Tom Verlaine, co-founder of Television, dies at 73
"Guitarist Tom verlaine of the punk band television has died after a brief illness, according to his publicist, Berlin was 73, I'm Archie's arolla with a look at his career. Timberland's name was not Tom verlaine, it was Tom Miller, he named himself after 19th century French poet Paul Marie verlaine. Television was a mainstay of the club CBGBs in New York in the 70s, bands like pavement, Sonic Youth, and Jeff Buckley cited television as an influence. Television never charted in the U.S., but were a commercial hit in the UK. Tensions between verlaine and fellow guitarist Richard Lloyd caused the band to break up, verlaine released 8 solo albums
Sebastian Reviews the Bodycam Video of the Paul Pelosi Attack
"Show you it has been released not only the 9 11 call from Paul Pelosi to the dispatcher in San Francisco on that October night. We now have the body cam footage of what happened when the police came to his home. Really weird because he stood there with his quote unquote assailant and didn't try to leave the building. Here's the footage play cut. Hi guys, how you doing? How are you? What's going on, man? Hi. Drop the hammer. Nope. Hey. What is going on? So for those who are only listening to this show, it's unusual, the door is opened. Poor Pelosi standing there in his underwear in his left hand, he's holding some kind of drink some big like a Monster Energy drink can or can a beer or what have you. And then his quote unquote is sailing, this illegal immigrant from Canada is holding a hammer which Pelosi is also holding, there doesn't seem to be a lot of fear on Pelosi's face. Until what happens, the police officer says, to the illegal immigrant, drop the hammer at which point he refuses and raises the hammer and goes after Pelosi, what was happening in the intervening period, what was he doing there standing with a drink in hand and in his underwear, it's all very, very strange.
Julie Kelly's Reaction to the Latest Paul Pelosi Bodycam Footage
"Kelly, what is your take? I want to get into this gen 6 video that's been released this week, but first since this is the breaking news. Can I get your take? I know it's sort of hot, so it's the fresh, the hot take, Julie Kelly, on the public. It sounded to me like he was trying to remain calm and he was trying to keep the intruder calm as well. He was trying to kind of signal it sounded like to the dispatcher. Okay, I don't know who this guy is. He was looking for my wife. You know, trying to remain sort of in a calm posture. And so yes, they did save his life. But look, this raises questions why they wanted to keep any of this under protective orders. Why it wasn't released right away. And because obviously you see this is a legitimate intrusion and attack and people need to be held responsible, including. And you know what else Julie? Just to throw out that it's possible that we don't actually know if the guy was maybe standing right next to him. When he was on the call. So it's possible that, you know, and this is a great point I should also bring up that as we're going through this in real time that he's standing right there so he's trying to not provoke him. That's right. That's exactly what it sounded like. Well, there is a little bit more. Producers telling me they did cut for time that it looks like Pelosi was asking for the capitol police and said that he has to wait for his wife to get home. Right. So again, you have a major mistake by U.S. capitol police who are now paid to monitor. They've got district offices in Florida and in San Francisco. Their job was to protect and surveil socially home. Why didn't they? Why did they fail once again?
"paul d" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Folks, I'm talking to Paul kangor, he's at grove city college poly sci professor, a certain many books, the new one is called the devil and Bella Dodd, with his co author, Mary Nicholas. Why Paul, you were just mentioning that Mary Nicholas really led the charge on wanting to tell this story. You said she's a medical doctor. What was it that interested her originally in the story of bellad? Yeah, she had an aunt who who dealt with this and worked for the federal government. I think maybe the CIA. And she have heard about this stuff, this infiltration, when she was a little girl. And also to seeing some of the, let's just stay pro Marxist elements within her Catholic Church that Mary grew up in, including ideas like Marx is based liberation theology. Some of the things that happened in other orders, some of the things that have happened with the Jesuits. A lot of people in the Catholic Church have wondered where are the tentacles of this thing? How did this how did this church which in 1846, two years before the communist manifesto was even published? Pope Pius the 9th issued creep for abuse, warning about the satanic scourge of communism. So how could we be here today where you have someone like Pope Francis who, for the record, Pope Francis has said, the Marxist ideology is wrong. Now the rest of that quote is, but I have many marxists who are good friends. And you see America magazine, the Jesuit magazine in July 2019. Ran a piece called the Catholic case for communism that has a picture of Evo Morales, the Bolivian president handing to Pope Francis, a grinning Pope Francis, a communist crucifix. I have seen this. I've seen this photo. Listen, I'm not a Catholic, but I am a pro Catholic non Catholic. And when I see where this Pope leans many times, I'm just astonished. And it plays out on issues like his position on China. His silence on what's happened in Nicaragua. Once again, persecution of the church there. So whereas I won't, I'm not going to say as a Marxist, but he's very far to the left, and he's certainly indeed friendly with those folks. Yeah, and here's the problem. He's the Pope. Right. That's right. That's right. So Bella Dodd was born in 1904 died. I believe 1969. Correct. So did not live very long. What was her life like and why did she die so young? She was never a good shape and really her health problems date back to when she was a little girl and she got her foot caught in a trolley track in New York and the foot was cut off and had to be amputated. She spent about a year in a hospital recuperating in New York where she just read and read and read and read. So she became this very kind of precocious. And that's why she became so red as a joke. That was a joke. But my goodness, the tragedies that some people went through. That's okay. So as a little girl, that sent her into a hospital. So she was reading. But you're saying her health problems continued. Throughout the rest of her life and she checked into a hospital, St. Vincent college in New York. 1969 to go in for, I think it was a fairly simple procedure, but she was already in bad shape. She's in her early 60s at that point. And she was not expected to lose her life, but she did. And by the way, this is so touching. She goes into a coma and they call for a priest and they don't know who they're going to call and just as she's coming out of the coma. Fulton Sheen drops by for a visit. And she opens her eyes for the first and last time from the coma and Sheen is there. And you know, he blesses her, he anoints her, gives her the last rights and she goes off into the next world for her heavenly reward. So it's beautiful. You can't make that up. No, you can make that up. Somebody should write a book about it. Actually, it is interesting to me, I mentioned it earlier, but how publicly or I should say how public Christians like the great Fulton Sheen, Billy Graham, how they were, they were themselves publicly opposed to communism and spoke about it. And of course, I keep thinking about this because my new book is called letter to the American church where many, many Christians today have been fooled into thinking somehow that if you're a Christian, you're not supposed to be political, or you're not supposed to take a political stance. And that's, first of all, preposterous. Secondly, on biblical, and thirdly, when you're talking about communism, when you're talking about things like whether it's the Soviets or the Chinese today, their values are sort of nakedly hostile to the values of Christians. And so it's fascinating to see someone like Billy Graham or Fulton Cheney. So openly making the connection that this doctrine is godless and we have to be aware of it. And that really today is so much less the case. And so we have to make the case that atheistic big state ideologies are inevitably deeply hostile to God to the point of being satanically so. Well, and you have to be aware of the wolves and sheep's clothing. You know, as Ronald Reagan sent the evil empire speech to the national association of evangelicals. There is sin and evil in the world and we are joined by scripture and the lord Jesus to oppose it with all of our might..
"paul d" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
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"paul d" Discussed on Discussions of Truth
"This is day two of the San Diego reawakened tour clay Clark and wow, we've been going on the clay Clark tour since April of last year, initial one in Oklahoma. And past guests first time face to face. Past guest Paul Preston ladies and gentlemen joined in discuss the truth last march so it's been it's been a year Paul welcome back to the show and thanks for taking the time. Reintroduce yourself for listeners, Sanders understand what you do. Well, I'm a Californian and I've.
"paul d" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Out. Yeah, in fact, they quote two people in my article. One is doctor Wyatt T walker, who knew king very, very well and intimate of king. And I also tracked down David garrow, who was the preeminent biographer of king and also a liberal or a man of the left. In fact, I think he calls himself a democratic socialist. And they both said that obviously CRT king predates that. King was assassinated April 4th, 1968. But they both said that he would have rejected any identity based classification of human beings. I mean, we forget all the time, right? That the reverend means man of God, reverend, right? Martin Luther King Jr. believed, and this is what we teach and preach or group city college that human beings are made in the imago date, the image of God, to quote St. Paul, right? You are neither Jew, nor gentile, neither slave nor free, neither male or female. We are all children of God. And so the idea of hammering people into opposing groups of oppressor versus oppressed. As marks did, marks did it according to economics, class, right? You were the proletariat or the bourgeoisie. You were told that you belonged in one or the other. The other was your enemy, your opponent. And Marxist based modern critical race theorists do this with race with ethnicity. And so you have to learn about your oppressive whiteness, right? You have to learn about how you're oppressed as a black person. And it's very demeaning. It's very, very stereotypical. It assumes that people are the way they are and think the way they are based on their group. And that's not the way that you should treat people. It's not the excuse me. Let's call that what it is. Since I'm not an academic, I don't have to dance around it and be polite. It's racism. It is racist. When you group people tribally, this is racism. So the irony, I mean, Paul, it's a staggering thing. And it's actually diabolical. You have people pretending to say to pretending to be against racism who are in fact being racist. It is an irony that's so diabolical. I think most good people find it hard to believe, which is why we go along sometimes with these pernicious ideas because we think it can't possibly be that bad. And we have many pastors simply unwilling to stand against this. They're afraid of being called racist. We're living in dark times. Folks, the good news is we're talking to Paul kenger of grove city. We will continue this. Don't go away. So I'd like to know where folks aircraft taxes here. Somebody just handed me a piece of paper with insane information on it. But I know it's true because the other day I literally got a phone call from Mike lyndell telling me Eric, you got to check out and he then he tells me about this towel special, right? And he says, you got to tell your audience, okay, so here's the special. 39.99, if you use the code Eric, normally, $109 and 99 cents. We're talking about the towels that work. We've talked about this before. It's a technology where the towel is actually do the job of being absorbent and you know, you know that whole thing. So they're amazing towels, but you can get a set of 6 towels for 39.99. You have to use the code Eric, go to my pillow dot com, click on the new radio listener specials and or you can call 809 7 8 three O 5 7 809 7 8 three O 5 7 use the code Eric. Folks,.
"paul d" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Be right back. Hey folks, I've got to tell you a secret about relief factor that the father son owners Pete and Seth. Talbott 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 for 1995, let's see if we can get you out of pain, too, go to 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. 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. Folks welcome back. Today's MLK day Monday January 17th, we're going to be talking to our friend Paul kanger who's poli sci professor at grove city college when we come back. We're going to be talking about folks at the alliance defending freedom about the recent Supreme Court decision. I also have to say Alvin, I mentioned I was just in Florida and our friend Martha lender gave us gave me this thing that she'd been keeping for all these years, which is this is charcoal since biography. His widow patty calls and gave this to me. She said I want you to have this, which is jux copy. And he made all these notes in this book, and it's just chilling to me to read over chuck Coulson's shoulder and to see that he saw what was coming and I'm almost glad maybe I am glad that he's not around to see what is happening in America today. But those of us who are around, we have a responsibility to speak up and to understand that God calls the church in particular to stand against injustice. It's funny because I was reading doctor king in his letter to the Birmingham letter from the Birmingham jail. He writes about the silence of the churches..
"paul d" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen
"Of ED treatment. I, my Friends, the time is now. Let's do a less strap in. Now let's go talk to the brilliant and wise. Paul bloom. Man, so your new book is, it covers a really interesting topic, something that I think is quite a challenge to dive into. Now, you know, given it's about how the pleasure of suffering might add meaning to our lives, how did you decide to.
"paul d" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen
"A friend's what's going on. Welcome to the house to hustle. I'm Corey on and I'm glad to be here talking with you today. I've got a great guest on the show. My guest is Paul bloom. Paul is a psychologist and a Brooks and Susan Reagan Professor of psychology and cognitive science at Yale University. He's an author of many books, one including how pleasure works against empathy and his new and the sweet spot, the pleasures of suffering and the search for meaning. Paul and I are really interesting and thoughtful conversation about human psychology and how the suffering and challenges in our lives do indeed, from what the research shows tend to actually give us more meaning and ultimately a sense of pleasure. I know you're going to really enjoy this deep diver ball..
"paul d" Discussed on Death of a Film Star
"To he works out. The logistics of a film set making sure. The right equipment is in the right place on the right day. Nothing glitzy this is how he remembers pool as far as people go. They didn't come any final anymore. Gracious he always treated everybody with respect. That's the balance the tight rope. Pull books you want to see happiness in others. He wants them to thrive. He wants to live his own life. On the ed's it comes with risks for paul. Obviously barks for others to.
"paul d" Discussed on Death of a Film Star
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"paul d" Discussed on The Office Deep Dive with Brian Baumgartner
"Of the office deep dive. Probably my favorite job. I've ever done. I am your host. Brian baumgartner my guest. Today is the absolute the only way to describe him a bundle of joy. Paul feek now. Paul was a director and a producer on the office. That's true but those titles don't quite do him. Justice paul was a core member of the team starting in season two so much. So that when greg started working more and more on parks and in season five paul became our number one. Go to in-house person onset for any questions or issues that came up. Paul was like the of the office. Hugh could say and he had a huge influence on the show as all good sigli areas do but it wasn't just our show. Paul also created freaks and geeks and has made tons of fantastic comedy movies bridesmaids spy. The new ghostbusters so many more. And here's the thing. Paul once said that her casting director. Allison jones changed the face of comedy. Which is true. But allison says that paul along with judd appetito changed the genre of comedy itself. Plus paul his hilarious. Just check out his instagram. You'll know what i mean. He's super nice guy and to top it off. He is the most dapper man in hollywood. Definitely the only person who showed up for our conversation in a three piece suit so on that note here he is paul fig butler squeak. Squeak bubbling squeak. Cookie ever left over from the night before Are you i'm good. How are you always recruited so great. Yes how poland. It has been amazingly fun. Yeah i mean it's thank you so much. Oh this sitting down where you. You're working on something. yeah lila. you're gonna shoot a pilot. north carolina so can refer. That gonna do movie after that so you know very nice and busy which is nice. Yeah what what. We're we're in north carolina's a pilot and we'll wilmington there. I mean it's been now my gosh. Maybe it's been a little bit of time this show. would you probably never heard of. It was one of those weird thing. It was a drama. That i was a fan of and they called and i was like yeah. It was Good behavior oh yeah. Oh that's a cool. Show my gosh. It was so much fun and wilmington was great. Oh good yeah. I i i. When i was an actor the back in ninety four i shot a movie there Heavyweights we but it was. That was more asheville. Hendersonville was more ridge mountains. But i loved North carolina. it was one of those cases. We have this everytime. I shoot anywhere. It's what we call one of their. Ida's he's looking for houses to live here looking. Wonder wh- here no ocean. I always solve it by going. Okay now flash forward. It's the final day of production and the trucks are pulling out of town and you're they're waving z. Right here. I am and is like all right. What have i done lovely town but but the hell are. We show biz people. Do i know okay. So what we're talking about is the office. Yes and now. Six years after we've stopped film management. Six years it's by basically any measure the most watched show and television totally which is insane. People come up to me all the time about it and kids well. That was the thing that always blew my mind..
"paul d" Discussed on Photography Radio
"In the mood for love by call way. You have to look at that. And every single frame. I wanna say this. Because it's just a bit pompous but every single picture is a is a fifa cough rather than a film and it should influence. I really things films. That shoot influence away. Photographers day pitches for older things in involved in all the sadness melba the rejection that maggie is giving tiny whatever nightmares. I think i see a lot of things around me. And i always say to my friends. I make my eyes. So i'm just nothing has come from any came really early. It hasn't always been strong as it is these days. But it's always been and in fact i always think to myself all i want to take pictures onto. We know that meant. When i used to go to agents on stuff they say will whip jones to be and i just used his running reno but i just want to say nice pictures now. I know what that is but for twenty years. I didn't frustration everybody. What you're saying is absolutely cool. And absolutely intriguing. There's a lot of things. I want to unpack in there. I do want to tell everybody that. Of course there is a webpage. And it's paul raeside dot com p. a. r. e. s. ide- and there's a number of images in there that i really wanna talk about before but before we get to any of the individuals when did and did the interiors focus. Start to take over the work. You're doing isis for you. That this this is gonna be a theme you know my korea in my twinges wasn't as pure as i've made it sound it was wasn't that easy and there were feeding interruptions in my twenties which stopped so sort of realized by the end of my twenties and which was the end of the eighties and this is all significant stands at. I'm just never going to be fifty soon. Be taking ross. Wasn't good enough. I was the big people. Mysel- own that crowd around and never going to be one of them. And i also actually. I wasn't a fashion person. I mean now. I know i was. Then we'll go. I always throw of money in time on. Fashion was never be that cool and so never going to be offensive Time off and when. I came back from the time off ten people on news of people and they had Made money in both houses. So i saw joie than men and here i am doing remarkable remarkable work to one of the things that i've always believed without any any practical experience in my own. Is that people. Shooting interiors are surrounded by art directors designers. A million people with a million different ideas as to what the shoot may be. And it's really you know a bit of a challenge for the the photographer to get their own vision in there is that true. Is your world complicated by all sorts of steph visions or do they let you have pretty much free reign. Well i'd have to. I've always been really blessed his weight. And when i used to take fashion is issue on the plate camera and i only used to give the clan one photograph and waste so this bumper wage. One pilot once she feldman end of it and that was your choice. That was the picture and it's the same now with interiors. Take pictures i take. What i believe is the picture. And that's pretty much it. I saw seeing. You know the one. I go to a huge. The first thing i do. Is i stand around drinking coffee and i don't have a lot of equipment. I in the house and identify nowadays the houston system very rarely and so i take my day rain i stand around drinking coffee and i understand space and how people use it and both like now notice on that and the pictures sauteed themselves really you walk around and you put the camera down. He's just sort of in the right place and on and actually messed about with. If i see that that's the right place that's the picture as a means. I'm actually really quick. And basically because i've taken that time to get to know the spice and feed just sort of feel it engaged with the person and another live although these pictures are quite aloof. they're actually supposed to be a representation my idea of the person's home of times Of cold over the sea rather than call the k. And yeah i mean that's why my peaches were designed because good to have individual style. The you're using words like sadness and stillness and cool. Is that a feature of the work you're doing or is that what you're bringing to the work but above on nova european and so but in. Interestingly if i can add something like to a meeting in a bold full of these dont northern european schultz and. I say you know it'd be asked you to come over because we love your work.
"paul d" Discussed on Photography Radio
"Well hello everyone. Welcome to a podcast from his magazine. My name is scott olsen and today. We're doing something we have not done before. We are going indoors. We're talking with paul raeside. Paul is one of the world's best known most successful interiors photographer. his clients include vanity fair. They include they include housing gardens. House beautiful home gardens conde nast traveler stuff all over the place and work that i find absolutely compelling paul. Welcome how are you doing today. I'm very good. Thank you really a fantastic to be to do this. Well it's an honor for us to have you on the show. I appreciate that you do kind of work that is really deceptive in one way you look at these interiors and they are elegant and i have this feeling that just beyond the frame there's seventy five people all with reflectors and lights and and you know little bits of magic here and there. How in the world did you get started with being an interiors photographer. I mean not many sixteen year olds with an instamatic. Say i'm going to grow up to take pictures for home and garden. Well that's very true. Show as it happens. When sienese years old i left home and i went to go friend who has been older than me and she was a bit of disco girl so i needed money and stuff and so she. She convinced me to go to college. College was chelsea on the road by hookah by crooked gordon and two of my foundation i studied need money. And so the only thing that foundation told me was to take voss and i hadn't done so I got a camera and started. Taking pictures of people around around chelsea in those days chelsea was from punk fashion people and stuff on our setting the quite quickly. I left the college and my i was gonna do textiles which had imagine textiles. I left. i'm big obstacle for and so she doing fashion for many years. And i worked in new york khanin rome quite quickly i i said i think you know everyone. United is an london full of people that you could not well all let me stop you right there. You don't simply declare one day. I'm gonna be photographer and the next day. You're working in new york and london in the fashion world. Tell me about the. Tell me about the earliest successes. Tell me about those first few photographs. That people took some notice of overs hanging around in soho london and lots of people around. You just knew you just people fashion people in the west end actually making soften the west end and you to politician makers and stuff so quite quickly. i was taking fudge cross for them and it wasn't really much from magazines. It was more sort of recording that worked for them. And i was really doing. Could sure. And i don't know. I just feel photographer doing fashion. And then i went to new york in those days. You could have this sort of unconditional visa. Think oh unrestricted visa gold and you could deal with a business person in in your in america to swap. If he used my studio in london could use his studio new. And so i met this. Chako call me. I'm setup his job business together and we would just taking all the time you had a client in in boston. Actually who used to send us stuff to fight off every day. It was just nonstop Static fashion midi rather than stuff. You know walking around locations taking pages of women. It was very very static. You know we were doing this. In london. nine managed to a met jungle jada party and then what for him credible empowers and then i work was on tina's in in rome and it just sort of happened. I don't really know there wasn't any. It was just by being around that it happened. It wasn't because i was being necessarily was being published. It was just really about who. I knew who's come to pass his and discovers until that kind of stuff and i say discos was discouraged. It wasn't sort of cop. i chuckled. Because i'm just two years older than you are. And i know exactly what senior talking about the goes back then. Acting very a fantastic. So the melting holy creative people having a and announced that came all of my work. I suppose that's out of times like that. You know can connections can mean a lot but connections mean nothing. If the work's good tell me how you sort of developed an eye for what makes a good photographs in the fashion world or anywhere else. We aware where did where the sense of aesthetics comes from. Well it's interesting. She because annoy achieve our technical person and loot. Sometimes i am. But i don't be either because many technical information so it is all about the things i say and so i always liked ton of This but i always liked films. And i liked art in fact that woman was telling you about ice of mia in the west end and nearly every day used to go to sotheby's pre sale show. I mean for two years. Dr paintings almost every day and previous to that i being pedantic is with all works and i'd sort of this feeling of of what was beautiful still and without ever really necessarily understanding mechanics of painting which actually now designs stand the mole about how they look and i always gravitated towards so things the sadness in the stillness i developed to like people might strongbow who very peaceful a autism renoir. Who is for the fun. But he's ways a little bit removed. You know you never actually in the action you slum standing outside looking in. That's how i think my fudge while saw is meant to be very very still and just a sense of something else going on really that conscious but i guess is also of how developed photographer on the way i see things and the best of times is really really pure because when you onset just collaboration to be made and often times i leave a shoot thinking while i would pat on that side different nicole. I did the best. I could under the circumstances and then that's the wish to do something. More pure is taken to the next shoe. So that's the momentum. I have the teleki golden as menstruation. My style has come from simply looking things.
"paul d" Discussed on Romeo Siaw-Mensah Podcast
"The axe. But paul was able to this time for us apostles of also of this church to also go out a lot of lives. That's eleven we find ourselves shea. The good news of christ's ted up. The hearts of your people let every that had been dead come alive that were god in the marketplace in role.
"paul d" Discussed on Romeo Siaw-Mensah Podcast
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"paul d" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"On the science channel oh up counseled Then this guy said Mick jagger fond him aflame and every place that always joke. But at the time i think mick jagger would only been about fifty maybe older than not fifty. I felt a joke back. Then when you think a best albums of last year for me up to let to you or show macauley sleep mccown shown shiite and you're listening to it. I think is my dad. My dad nature walking stick educational eight billion He got talked to diabetes. And you think god Chilling out this amazing music you know on the addition to modern buttons. You know. I like to keep them. Caputo glucose should say whole. She's so now the see. Gilles was abandoned over here last year. He did a really good with album. Be listening to show a music at any modern band. And i've got a friend kafe. You only listens to modern bonds. Listen to things. He believes music is he now. Which i don't completely disagree with an audio gig curation times in what you can always hear old music in new. She listened to so. I think that's been done before. Even if the cool chain or a by swiss or room show you look into anything affair. Top before thirty years ago in that particularly shown up particular album Pointing in a case in point modified album. She's to joshua tree. And the blue-sky opens the stock shamed room because when the levee bike boy. That jackson on led zeppelin four. It's not even destroys. It's a complete gipper of the boy you know. It's that's the thing. Yeah but kim a music journalist in a few years ago and he said you know thinking employs included johnny shamanic codes. Shanley suddenly cooled. judge is indifferent. Chill to with some people can come up with time. She likes while you listen to. Let's it to you and you think you're not shown web mission to what he's doing so many years ago because especially if especially these luek you'll listen to bush's his limits and doors. She'll to like to pay to see all we pay a A particular top olympic for shown. I think especially in the in the used to shy. Sure alanis music at the end of a sentence Johnny ninety nine atlantic sheets you know. off-again olympic now. What show the an awful at the end of an awful lot. So you know. I think if you're showing white you vicious stuff you've done in the past. Even it should consciously because as i said it's On the show monday she'll to for different ships vacant and co which you cannot stray komo with absolutely i agree this is. This is so much fun fall..
"paul d" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"You're kidding we were here for wrestlemainia tickets when he's gonna tour in dublin but We did not know he was playing and are slightly the night i said no. I'm sorry. yeah he's playing tonight. And i don't know if they went and called the airline said look you've got to change our flight or not. But they were so they were so disappointed and you can imagine right like you've flown all the way from ireland. You know you're there. If you stay one more day not only could you have gone to the wrestlemainia. But you could have caught a bruce show so i always think of those two of for guys like crush all. They at least have tickets for built lynn with. Yeah i believe you wish. Good shows in duplin. My wife is from an irish family. And we've been to duplin feuds all. I'm good night doped in charlotte to the same bush will be a good experience. I would love that. I think of all the places If i had a wishlist Right if i had if i had the tartus I you know. I could go to anywhere I would love to see. I would love to see an show in australia. Because that just looks like a blast. And then i would love ireland. I think that would just be so much fun to see my Still omar to-do list on my book list if you will is bruce in new york. Madison square garden giant stadium Old meadowlands where wherever yacht a lot to see in in in new york initiative home night behold his new jersey twice in his neck of the woods bishop imposingly well absolutely So share with me paul What are some of your favorite songs and albums. That need a lot to your family in blue. Shield just import anything in particular. We'll with bruce down and then you can share other ones if you want. I love i love the show. Love firstly albums i think could ones i play the most awesome. Paul can while the innocent born to dot shed. I have got a shelf spot for a lot of the latest. A magic is fantastic. I love magic washington but we'll show shea turnover Fisher is operatives born in the you can whole list. You million always think that's different. Which if you know if you listen to if you listen to him on fire and then you listen to my a from born to..
"paul d" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"Get quite poetic also told still short of a a bit of a Bit of yeah i can. You can relate to this. I think at that age. Everybody's looking for something that can relate to everyone's looking for showing kind of area or sheldon. Glueck let them fitting new resource. Even though a lot of mutual liquid nearby montego will golf When the bikers the monster walkers we have a we have a big thing with in england between you've ever seen the film quadrophenia with the who Yeah that that's a big thing over here. And i went through a facial beenamol doj big show of who finding and the jam paul weller. Still one of my favorite bands to stay and show you the level of being you know gang i'm not much of a joiner gangs the time about thirteen fourteen. Amy what the queen. Paul kirsch too young to walk Shall we lot stoops's sweet went around on rally choppers in what Wishaw wanted without the bicycle version of the harley davidson so bipolar to be more i but yeah same always looking for sure to call the group to join the thing you know and i think he's talked about that. I don't know if you've got a chance to hear yet. But him and former president obama is doing a podcast. I haven't shaded it. Yeah no spotify on eight of seen clips off here. The told her about their respective fall. Who shot didn't show needs to watch more. Yeah yeah it's very interesting because they talk about how they both felt like they were Outcasts growing up. You know You know President obama talks about growing up. You know is a mixed race. Kid hawaii bruce. Talking about growing up you know poor and jersey. And so i think that is one of the reason and you know. I remember jon stewart. Made the joke once that When you listen to you aren't Yarn loser from jersey..