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"peter wieners" Discussed on The Daily Article
"<music> this is the daily article podcast published by the denison forum or culture changing christians to receive the daily article directly to your korea mail inbox week day morning visit the daily article dot com now. Here's today's news discerned differently as i write this morning. Hurricane doreen is now the second strongest hurricane ever recorded the massive category. Five storm is nearing the eastern coast of the united states after leaving catastrophic damage with winds of one hundred seventy five miles per hour as it makes its way across the bahamas. According to the national hurricane center the the storm will move dangerously close to the florida east coast tonight through wednesday evening but will it make landfall in the u._s. Computer models now predict the storm will skirt along florida's florida's coast tuesday then move alongside georgia late tuesday and into wednesday but no one can be sure of its path a low pressure system forming to its north could lead the storm in its direction a sagging jetstream and a weakening high pressure system to the northeast could steer the hurricane as well doreen could head out over the atlantic where the oceans ocean's cold waters would cause the storm to eventually dissipate it could turn to the west and strike our east coast with historic severity or it could do something in between lashing us with winds and rain but never making true landfall in the u._s. Hurricane faith followed a somewhat similar path in nineteen sixty six churning westward toward the u._s. In striking bermuda but then turning northward and eventually weakening north of scotland in two thousand twelve hurricane sandy forced closures from florida through the carolinas airliners and states of emergency all along the eastern coast before finally making landfall in new jersey as many as one hundred eighteen million people live on the east coast is to the united states any of them or a few of them could plausibly be affected by the storm the other major headline of the today's the shooting tragedy in west texas as of this morning seven are known to have died and another twenty two were injured. Police have identified the shooter though as is is our policy. I will not name him to avoid giving him greater notoriety as bad as it was. It could have been worse. Authorities say that if police had not interrupted the gunman gunman outside in odessa movie theater there might have been another event of mass violence. I was privileged to live and pastor midland texas from nineteen eighty eight to nineteen ninety-four four janet and i still have many close friends in the permian basin and are grieving with them as they deal with the shock of the strategy. When a hurricane threatens millions of people we could be frustrated that meteorologist cannot predict its path however they're doing the best they can with the best science we we have when a man kills seven innocent civilians we could be frustrated that police officers could not prevent the atrocity however they did the best they could. In horrific ethics situation risking their lives to save many others when such tragedies strike we could be frustrated that our mission omnipotent god does not prevent them and and choose to reject his help when we need it most or we could reframe the fact of suffering by including god in it. Peter wieners served in the administrations of president reagan george h w bush and george w bush and is currently senior fellow at the ethics and public policy center a conservative think tank in washington d._c. Last april he wrote a good friday column for the new york times in which he made this statement from the perspective of christianity hannity one can question why god allows suffering but one cannot say god doesn't understand it. He is not remote in different untouched or unscarred weiner quotes episcopal priest fleming rutledge who notes that before good friday no one in the history of human imagination had conceived of such a thing as the worship ship of crucified man even today the world's religions picture god if they picture a personal god at all as separate from our world and distant from our pain zeus atop mount olympus rather than a carpenter writhing on across in his suffering jesus entered our suffering hebrews four fifteen says it this way we do not have a high priest who is unable to sympathize with our weaknesses but one who in every respect has been tempted as we are yet without sin then here's the result we can embrace in verse sixteen. Let us then with confidence draw near to the throne of grace that we may receive mercy and find grace nice to help in time of need. We most need meteorologist when hurricanes threaten us. We most need police officers. When shooters offers are on the loose we most need god when our broken world breaks again weiner's perceptive meditation include some lines from jesus of the scars a poem by english minister edward alito written in response to the suffering of soldiers returning from world war one he testifies lord jesus by by thy scars. We know thy grace. Here's how shall lido ends his poem. The other gods were strong but thou west week they rode but thou outfits stumbled to a throne but to our wounds only god's wounds can speak and not a god has wounds but thou alone. Will you trusted with yours. Did you know that the daily article podcast is available on most major podcast platforms. It's also on alexa flash briefing perfect for your morning routine. Consider subscribing to the daily article podcast on your preferred podcasting platform informed and thank you for listening today.
"peter wieners" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
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"peter wieners" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
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"peter wieners" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"If you guys I haven't already figured, out who were talking to we. Got Stephanie Hansen along with Colleen and myself we said the, best thing what's the thing to absolutely avoid too, much hype move on well I have a personal thing and I don't know. Why did this. Become my thing but this whole shrimp, like salad and a half an. Avocado or in a hobby auto for, fourteen dollars. To, me has been it. Is flavor it was flavourless when. I had it and it was just not worth fourteen bucks is like. That's like three plano pop yeah know what I'm saying like that's the toughness of it and so I'm, saying they're an ally tasted was like chopped up onions and now now that. That for me was no k minus, going to, be so breaking, my husband's heart but really Peter's wieners it's a. Wiener Weiner You only ate it in the first. Place called Peter's. In the food building in the actually, have another booth out by the. Kiddie midway but green and white one, yeah it's. Like, a tool yappy hot. Dog it's just like you could. Get that same hotdog superamerica no for me it's just save your money. For something a little dough era in a little fatty what's worth the splurge what is something that is, kind of a little bit on the pricey And but is worth that extra however many dollars and maybe you want. To share it with? Somebody because it's good because if that good I gotta think now yeah Fourteen dollar things hope I know something that's totally worth the splurge is the.
"peter wieners" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Of these ways and really hurting our access to press and by the way they are not neutral they're not neutrally delivering news but in a using algorithms that shape and reward the most base kind of behavior is totally separate from the russian news question totally separate so i think that we take king on these intermediaries that are sucking away a lot of the power of our news organizations is an essential part of supporting essential a news organizations in terms of the parties i can tell you more about the democratic party in the republican party absolutely the democratic party has a strong fighting chance um i i believe in institutions part of the reason i am so worried about loneliness i think that there is a rise in the belief that our political actions are expressive as opposed to people coming together and community as solve things the democratic party since the 1980's has sold a lot of it sold down the river to the middle men that used to fight against so fdr once stood up against the princes of wall street's who worth thieving from the people standing up against the middle man for the small business owner for the labour for the producer starting in the nineteen really in the early nineties the democratic party made a conscious choice to try to basically sell itself out too large donors i don't think the democratic party can win uh with them and i think it can win without him and it scared about losing the money but there isn't it hasn't been work in the last few years while taking the money and no longer taking on the power because if what it what voters are looking for right rightly looking for not wrongly look for correctly looking for is someone who will genuinely listen and fight for the nam against the people who are stealing their paycheck in their power and so i think it's an essential critical crucible moment for the democratic party but it has to make the right choice y'all go ahead thank you accept that was that was that was compelling i'm also a couple of things about it i'm paul peter wiener ethics policy center start with a broad point about institutions um one of the important um features of of this era and modern life is the almost across the board collapse of faith in institutions um and those are institutions of every kind um from the.
"peter wieners" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Edition this is morning edition from npr news i'm michael martin and i'm david greene we are following news out of the united kingdom this morning were a pop concert turned to tragedy last night police say a man detonated a bomb at an arianna 'grande concert the explosion killed twenty two people and injured fifty nine others stay with us all morning as we cover the latest developments there we've been talking about our disorienting era of change and what got us to this point is a series of discussions we call the history of our time last week christian conservative peter wiener talked about what he sees as the moral fracturing of our society and he outlined one 'cause there's been a rather sustained assault on truth what's happened is that that has now spread to the wider society in including political society and i think when you lose that you lose the ability to reason together the question of how societies arrive at truth preoccupies our next guest because historians lepore says today's truth is shaped in part by an understanding of yesterday and she's chronicled tell americans have been fighting over that for a long time till the poor has written numerous books and articles exploring american history and she joins us now thanks so much for being with us hey thanks so much for having me jill you've written a lot about how we see our history and how that defines us and the problem is you see it as if we don't actually share a common understanding of our history house so one reason is the way our politics works and all politics works this way to one degree or another but there's something particularly unstable about the weight marks in the united states politics is really an argument about how we got to be where we are making an argument in order to convince people that you know how to get them to where we ought to be selling all politics is really an argument about the relationship between the past and the future and the more polarized our politics has become the polarized our past can you point to some moments in american history where the story we tell about ourselves has diverged and the woman i've been really struck by the last few years.