20 Burst results for "Religio"

Author William Federer Describes the Peace of Augsburg 1955

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:04 min | 6 months ago

Author William Federer Describes the Peace of Augsburg 1955

"Show and we're talking about how the pilgrims came to be the pilgrims, the book is titled the treacherous world of the 16th century and how the pilgrims escaped it, the prequel to America's freedom of the author, William Federer on the line. Bill, you were talking about really, it's just amazing to me. If you don't mind backtracking a little bit, because there's so many things unfolding at the same time. So let me put the needle back on the record. Right. Well, the idea is that Muslims are invading Europe surrounding Vienna, 1529. The reformation started in 1517 and now we got this internal and external disruption of Europe. The older Roman Emperor, Charles V of Spain, he has the biggest empire on Planet Earth. I mean, the Philippines are named after his son, king Philip of Spain. And he has all the new world. He's taken the gold from the new world to fit on his navy to keep the Muslims from taking over the Mediterranean. Anyway, he's faced with his double dilemma, reformation out inside and based on the outside. He actually strikes a deal with the protestants. It's called a piece of Augsburg of 1555. I speak a little German and that's a fun number. It's own 1400 proven folks. 55. That's the first treaty ever to recognize protestants and in this treaty is a little Latin phrase that made a big difference. It's cool ratio to religio, which means whose is The Rain? Is a religion? So in other words, look Protestant king, believe it ever you want in your kingdom. Let's just work together against these Muslims who are invading Europe because they sort of want to kill us all. Well, this started a domino effect in the next century where different kings fully different things. And Sweden and Germany were Lutheran Switzerland Calvin and Scotland Presbyterian England was Anglican Holland Dutch reform. And of course, Italy, Spain, France, Austria, remained

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"religio" Discussed on Not Another Shakespeare Podcast!

Not Another Shakespeare Podcast!

05:18 min | 6 months ago

"religio" Discussed on Not Another Shakespeare Podcast!

"Thing. We have toronto and still trust as lucianne. Te'o and the merchant who is now dressed as vincenzo going to speak to teesta trying to secure the engagement between bianca. And lieutenant you religio not tronto but the one who has to do it so that they have her father's permission and they're going to double cross him on the okay okay. So it's all going really. Well it's yeah it's going going really really good and that all kind of goes off without a hitch mostly betrayal. Kate and hortensia and gremio are on the road to about teased house. And they meet up with the real vincenzo who is coming to padua to see his son. What a surprise and Yeah he he says. I'm just going to visit my son. Lucia won't that be great and they like we know genteel. This'll be awesome. Having no idea that toronto is actually lieutenant is disguising himself genteel and having no that they've got this other plot with the fake genteel going on brian. So we've got a case of mistaken identity. So they're going. To travel with vincenzo back to padua also in that scene. We have more gas lighting. About what time it is patricio. Says says something about the moon. and keiko's that's the sun and he says no it's the moon and the sun and he's like look. We're not going any further until you agree with me that it's the moon sees a dickhead. Actually were they're okay. So fake vincenzo and real vincenzo At a window a window window. Yeah the the pitcher like fast food window like the drive thru vinci like drives up. And he's like wait a minute by close west by shake. Yeah no for real. And the merchant who's dependent that's disguised as vincenzo basically vincente knocking at the door. And the merchant comes tony says. Who's there and vicente is like. Oh i'm looking for luccio and the merging says we can't talk with him and vengeance who is like well. Why not he's my son but merchant goes. No you're lying. He's my son back. And forth there and then vincenzo obviously gets really upset because he is actually chen. Te'o and Yeah it's all a mess and then toronto comes out and has to gaslight this poor old man it'd be like no i'm lucianne. Te'o you're clearly mad. It's all yeah it's all very bad. The police get involved in gets dragged off to jail and this is basically should be renamed gas lighting the play. Yes yeah gas lighting. The musical was it is that yup. Oh but finally we have arrived at act five scene to which is the last of the play in everything magically gets resolved..

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"religio" Discussed on Harvard Classics

Harvard Classics

05:55 min | 7 months ago

"religio" Discussed on Harvard Classics

"Shapes unless they counterfeit some real substance in but invisible fabric section. Thirteen the other attribute. Where with i recreate. My diversion is his system in which i am happy and for contemplation of this only do not repent me that i was bred in the way of study he advantage. I have therein is an ample recompense for all my endeavors. In what part of knowledge so ever wisdom is his most beauties attribute no man can attain unto it yet solomon pleased god when he desired it. He's wise because he knows all things and he knew with old things because he made them all but his greatest knowledge is in comprehending that he made. Not that is himself and this is also the greatest knowledge in man for this story ana my own profession and embrace the council. Even of the devil himself had he read such a lecture in paradise as he did a doe. Fos noahscatering epsom. We had better known ourselves. Not henry stood in fear to know him. I know god is wise in all wonderful. In what we conceive but far more in what we comprehend not fully behold him but a squint upon reflex or shadow. Understanding is dimmer amuses. I we are ignorant of the back pots or low aside of his divinity therefore to pry into the maze of his counsels is not only folly in man but presumption even in angels like us. They all his servants not his senators. He holds no council but that mystical one of the trinity wherein there the three persons there is but one mind that decrees without contradiction nor needs he any. His actions are not be got with deliberation. His wisdom not truly knows what's best his intellect stands. Ready fought with the superlative and purest ideas of goodness consultations and election which are two motions in us make but one in him his action springing from his power at the first touch of his will. These are contemplacion's metaphysical my humble speculations have another method and our content to trace and discover those expressions he hath left in his creatures and the obvious effects of nature. There is no danger to profound these mysteries. No sunk tomb santorum in philosophy. The world was made to be inhabited by bee's but studded contemplated by man. Tis the debt of our reason we owe unto god and the homage we pay for not being beasts without this the world is still as though it had not been or as it was before the day when is yet there was not a creature that could conceive all say that was a will. The wisdom of god receives small honor from those vulgar heads that rudely stare about and with a gross russ disability admire his works those highly magnify him who's judicious inquiry into his ex and deliberate research into his creatures. Return the duty over. Devout and leonard admirations therefore search while thou wilt and let the reason go to run some truth into the abyss below rally. The scottish causes and that line which nature twists be.

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"religio" Discussed on Harvard Classics

Harvard Classics

04:19 min | 7 months ago

"religio" Discussed on Harvard Classics

"Alone but drew into his faction many legions and upon this experience he tempted only eve well understanding the communicable nature of sin and about to deceive but one was tacitly under upon consequence to delete them both section eight that terrorists should arise. We have the prophecy of christ. But that old one should be abolish. We hold no prediction. Though that must be hers is true. Not only in our church but also in any other even in the doctrines heretical. There will be super hers and arians not only divided from the church but also among themselves for hits that had disposed onto schism and complex propels to innovation are naturally indisposed for a community. We'll be ever confined onto the order. Oh economy of one body and therefore when they separate from others they knit but loosely among themselves nor contented with the general breach. Oh dichotomy with their church. Do subdivided minced themselves. Almost into atoms. Tis true that men of singular parts in humans have not been free from singular opinions and conceit in all ages retaining something not only beside the opinion of his own church or any other but also any particular author which notwithstanding asaba judgment may do without offense a heresy for their as after all the decrees of councils and the niceties of the schools many things untouched unimagined wherein the liberty of an honest reason may play an expatiates with security and fall without the so-called over heresy section nine us whether swinging mysteries in divinity and airy subtleties in religion which have unhinged the brains of bitter heads they never stretched. The pia mater of mine me thinks that b-be not impossibilities enough religion for an active faith. The deepest mysteries always contains have not only been illustrated but maintained by syllogism on the rule of reason enough to lose myself in a mystery to pursue my reason trend. Oh oh to to tis my solitary recreation to pose my apprehension with those involved uniqueness some riddles of the trinity within incarnation and resurrection. I can also only objections of satan and my rebellious reason without odd resolution. I learned of talion set to miss korea impossibility i desire to exercise my faith in the difficult point four two credit ordinary invisible objects. It's not faith but persuasion. Some believe the better for seeing christ sepulcher and when they have seen the red sea doubt not of the miracle. Now contrary i bless myself and unthankful. Then i lived not in the days of miracles that i never. So christ no his disciples. I would not one of those israelites. That pasta ritzy nor one of christ patients on whom he wrote his wonders then had my faith in thrust upon me nor should i enjoy that greater blessing pronounced to all that believe and so not tis an easy necessary belief to credit what i incense health examined. I believe he was dead and buried and rose again and desire to see him in his glory. Rather than to contemplate in a senator or sipa noise this much to believe as we have reason we owe this faith unto history then had the advantage of a bold and noble faith who lived before his coming who upon obscure prophecies and mystical types could raise a belief and expect to parent impossibilities. A section ten. Tis true is an edge all firm belief with an easy metaphor. We may say the sort of faith but in these obscurities. I rather use it in the junk. The apostle gives it a buckle under which i conceive a wary combatant may lie in vulnerable since i was understanding to know that we knew nothing. My reason happened more pliable to the will of faith. I'm not content to understand a mystery. Without a rigid definition in an easy and platonic description but allegorical description of hermes aspera. Kuya centrum weekly sitcom ferenza..

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"religio" Discussed on Harvard Classics

Harvard Classics

03:45 min | 7 months ago

"religio" Discussed on Harvard Classics

"The church of england to whose faith i am sworn subject and therefore in a double obligation subscribe onto articles an endeavour to observe constitutions whatsoever is beyond as points in different. I observe according to the rules of my private treason while the huma and fashion of my devotion. Neither believing this. Because luther affirmed it nor disproving that because calvin heff disavowed shit i condemn not all things in the council of trent nor approval in the senate of haute in brief where the scripture silent. The church is my text where that speaks tis but my comment where there is a joint silence of both i bought are not the rules of my religion from rome or geneva but from the dictates of my own reason it is an unjust scandal over adversaries and a gross error in ourselves to compute the nativity of our religion from henry. The eighth who he rejected the pope refused not the fatal robe and effected no more than what his own predescessors desired undecided in ages past and it was conceived the state of venice would have attempted in our days it is unchargeable appointed us to fall upon those populous communities and appropriate scoffs of the bishop of robe to whom as a temporal prince be. Oh the duty of good language. I confess there is cause of passion between us by his sentence. I stand excommunicated. Heretic is the best language. He affords me yet canoe witness. I ever returned to him. The name of anti christ man of sin. Oh hall of babylon. It is the method of charity to suffer without reaction. Those usual sata's and invectives of the pulpit may perch arms produce a good effect on the vulgar. Who's is our opener to rhetoric logic yet. Do they know. Wise cofer the faith of weiser believers who know that a good cause needs not be pardoned by passion but can sustain it so upon a temperate dispute section six. I could never divide myself from any man. Upon the difference of an opinion lovie angry with his judgment for not agreeing with me in that from which perhaps within a few days. I should descend myself. I have no genius to dispute him. Religion and have often thought it wisdom to decline them especially upon a disadvantage when the cause of truth might suffer in the weakness of my patronage where we desire to be informed. Tis good to contest with men above our souls but to confirm and establish opinions. Tis best to argue with judgements below all own by the frequent spoils victories over there. Reasons may settle in ourselves and esteem unconfirmed opinion of our own. Every man is not a proper champion for truth nor fifty. Take up the gauntlet in the cause of verity. Many from the ignorance of these maxims. An inconsiderate zeal unto truth. Have too rashly. Charge the troops of era and remain as trophies unto the enemies of truth. A man may be in us just possession of truth as over city and yet be forced to surrender is therefore far better to enjoy her with peace not hesitate on her battle if therefore there is any doubts in my way i do forget them or at least a further till my better settled judgment and more manly reason be able to resolve them fi. Perceive every monsoon reason is his best oedipus and will upon a reasonable truce..

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"religio" Discussed on Harvard Classics

Harvard Classics

05:34 min | 7 months ago

"religio" Discussed on Harvard Classics

"Recording by nicoli religio medici part one section one for my religion. Though there'd be several circumstances that might persuade the world. I have none at all as the general scandal of my profession. The natural course of my studies the indifference of my behavior and discourse in matters of religion neither violently defending one no with common author and contention opposing another yet in despite here of i dare without us. A patient assume the honorable style of a christian. Not that i merely. Oh this title. To the font my education will the climb wherein i was born as being brought up either to confirm those principles. My parents instilled into my understanding by general consent precede in the religion of my country but having in my riper years and confirmed judgment scene. Unexamined all i find myself obliged by the principles of grace and the law of mine own reason to embrace no other name but this neither death here in my zeal so far make me forget. The general charity i owe unto humanity s. rather to hate them pity turks infidels. What is worse. Jews rather contenting myself to enjoy that hoppy style then maligning those who refused so glorious title section to but because the name of a christian is become too general to express our faith. they're being geography of religion as well as lands and every climbed distinguished. Not only by their laws and limits but circumscribes by the doctrines and rules of faith to be particular i am that reformed new cost religion wherein i dislike nothing but the name of the same belief our savior taught him. Puzzles disseminated father's authorized and the maters confirmed but by the sinister ends of princess ambition adverse prelates and the fatal corruption of times so decayed impaired and fallen from its native beauty that it requires the castle and charitable huns of these times to restore it to its primitive integrity no the accidental occasion read upon.

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"religio" Discussed on Café com Tecnologia

Café com Tecnologia

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"religio" Discussed on Café com Tecnologia

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Episode 38: It's a Matter of Faith

Red, Blue, and Brady: Season One

05:25 min | 1 year ago

Episode 38: It's a Matter of Faith

"Of the very first questions that I wanted to ask all of you song. Was how is you know gun violence or how his gun violence prevention? How was that an issue of Faith? You know, is it a religious issue? And if so how well the root of the word religion religio in Latin which means to bind people together what brings people together now, of course, we all can cite incidents throughout history and in the current scene where religion divides people that I think the three of us thought Manifest this intent of bringing people together gun violence threatens life and we are committed to choosing life and to offering projects initiatives ideas actions that will promote life and reduce violence. Well, it's it's it's very much in my view a religious issue simply because my faith alislam it really the term aleykum selam means the surrender or the security or the safety and the fact that I wear the title of being Muslim means that I am obligated to promote birth. Serve and Protect the peace and so when there is gun violence that is within this assigned the duty and the responsibility that I as well as others who recognize the important issue of Peace within all of our faith tradition, we have a we're Duty bound to try and address those areas where violence is perpetrated. And so we have to try and understand that the human being is more important than the gun. We have to remind people that sometimes the gun as a tendency to take away from the human identity. So I want to check engine off for a moment because when I hear the question is this is your religious issue. It sounds like even though you didn't ask that but in this day and age given the polarity that we're living through the sounds and feels like isn't it more a communal or political issue than is religious issue don't want to stick the moment in differentiate the two for myself. So as a religious leader, I don't see myself ever birth. Really want to vote one party or another but I do look to find ethical and moral imperatives that I would encourage press agitate my name, my community to adhere to and then for them to take that in to vote a specific position based on the moral imperative something. So what's the ethical imperative here? It's a human life. And when this much human life is taken from us so easily and so seamlessly and so it's such a regular part of everyday life that the one thing that they the religion cannot do or does all the time is to offer thoughts and prayers that's now become a joke because that's just become sort of a line that people use when they don't want to do anything about it. So don't stand idly by The Book of Leviticus says that as a religious group groups our respective groups, we can't stand idly by if people are bleeding all around us, so that has, New Jersey Can do with being a Democrat or Republican has everything to do with protecting our society and I'll talk more when you know, you got deeper into this about how they're not mutually exclusive either but it can it can't not be religious when this many people are dying. I'll end by saying that the Book of Numbers says that you know, every single one of us is responsible for one another the way that people are shooting each other off like it's getting a slice of pizza on the on Broadway in Manhattan has made this something that is reached religious limits in my mind. I think the other thing JJ that I would like to add to the comments that we've shared is that God has Faith leaders, we are to remind people don't put their trust in those weapons of Destruction, but put our trust in God but trust in the strong in the power of Truth and put our trust and knowledge and righteousness the areas where the emphasis needs to be placed not on, you know, the safety that sometimes is like false sense of safety by having weapons wage. Your possession. I think the most important thing that that one can have in their possession is true knowledge and righteousness. I think as a result of that lives will become more secure. How how do you feel then about movies are people who suggest in the wake of shootings that seemed to Target religious places or institutions. So we've seen now mass shootings at mosques. We've seen them at temples. We seen them at Church's song about people who say well we need then armed guards and these holy spaces what a sort of your response to that. I think the real fault line in the debate it seems to me is that people who are trying are on the gun violence prevention side are making the argument have data to support it that more guns make people less safe. The gun rights people are saying more guns make people safer. There's no data that I have seen that suggests that but the impression is among people who own guns wage. They're armed. They will be safer. The data doesn't support that because what happens is is it's your engendering fear and the posture and the The Way Forward is all educated on fear. I think what we commit to and are are making a commitment for is is Hope is Hope and

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"religio" Discussed on Harvard Classics

Harvard Classics

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"religio" Discussed on Harvard Classics

"Rally the Scottish causes and that line which nature twists be able to on twine. It his thigh make his will for unto none but unto reason can here be noon. The devils to know the but those darn to Mitchell's build not I glory but confound thy creatures. Teach endeavors. So thy works to read. That learning them in the I may precede. Give. Thou. My reason that instructive flight. WHO's weary? Wings may own THY hands still light. Teach me to saw loft yet ever so. We're near the sun to stoop again below. The show my humble feathers safely hover. and Near Earth, more than heavens discover. And then at lost when whom would I shall Dr Rich with the spoils of nature to my hive. There when I, sit liked that industrious fly. Buzzing by praises, we shall never die. TILL JEFF ABRUPT THEM And succeeding, Lori. Bid Me go on. In a more lasting story. And this is almost all wearing une humble creature Mandevu to require it and some way to retribution to creator. For. If not, he that said. Lord Lord but he that dot the will of the father shall be saved. Certainly, all wills must be all performances. An intense make out our actions. Otherwise pious. labours fine anxiety in our graves and an August endeavors not hope. But fear a resurrection..

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"religio" Discussed on Harvard Classics

Harvard Classics

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"religio" Discussed on Harvard Classics

"Recording by Nicoli. RELIGIO MEDICI. Part One. Section. One. For my religion though there'd be several circumstances that might persuade the world I have none at all. As the General Scandal of my profession, the natural course of my studies. The indifference of my behavior and discourse in matters of religion. Neither violently defending one. No with common author and contention opposing another. Yet in despite here of. I dare without us a patient assume the honorable style of a Christian. Not that I merely, oh, this title to the Font my education. Will the climb wherein I was born as being brought up either to confirm those principles, my parents instilled into my understanding. By general consent precede in the religion of my country. But having in my riper years and confirmed judgment scene unexamined all. I find myself obliged by the principles of grace and the law of mine own. Reason. To embrace no other name but this. Neither death here in my zeal so far make me forget the general charity I owe unto humanity. s rather to hate than pity Turks infidels. And what is worse Jews? Rather contenting myself to enjoy that happy style. Then maligning those who refused so glorious title. Section to. But. Because the name of a Christian is become too general to express our faith. They're being geography of religion as well as lands and every climbed distinguished not only by their laws and limits, but circumscribes by the doctrines and rules of faith to be particular. I am that reformed new cost religion. Wherein I dislike nothing but the name. Of the same belief, our Savior taught the apostles disseminated the father's authorized. And the maters confirmed. But by the sinister ends of Princess Ambition, an adverse prelates. And the fatal corruption of times. So decayed impaired. And fallen from its native beauty that it requires the castle and charitable hands of these times. To restore it to its primitive integrity. No the accidental occasion read upon.

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Yokoji Zoom Dharma Talk

Yokoji Zen Dharma Talks

05:33 min | 2 years ago

Yokoji Zoom Dharma Talk

"Komo morning. Aubier all stained safe. Just wanted to start off with just just with a reminder. I mean obviously we're going through the the Calvin. That doesn't seem to be. Easing Polat, but our attention is more drawn by the. Protests the the murdering. George! Floyd many many other people. Many people get in a stood up by this year. Myself included. I just wanted to bring up the basis of Buddhism So we don't lose sight of it, because that not basis is going on twenty, four seven. No matter where the circumstances or good or not somebody. was saying to me. You know why why you doing these practices. The China appreciate these excetera. To appreciate peace but it goes a lot further than that The, Buddhists, basic teaching, which obviously Zen is an outgrowth. Auburn hasn't changed since the time of the day really hasn't changed for religion either. doesn't matter what religion you are. They're still. The fact of of suffering. As a Buddha. Apparently said the implication of suffering in Sanskrit Pali. Was this one here is stuck axel wheel? In other words. There's something not quite right you know, so go to look at look was actually going on. Internally, we also we do the eggs to fairly easily but it's important to see what's going on and to check. The at that. Suffering can be either accepted or even more importantly if it can be a mechanism to change, which is the the most important thing acceptance is one thing. A lot of people miss Categorized, but his same was just about acceptance of the way things are what no change to so without current situation you know with the Covid retreive mitigate, try and prevent the spread These we see we see what's actually going on. And we do it, we can. Then we obviously change with a new information's comes in information that we find we try and innovate wherever we can't and communicate in various ways. with the with the protests which? our right as citizens of the United States for those of you in Europe. maybe doesn't quite appealed to you at a p to you in the same way as well we go in through over here right now, but that that is right in constitutionists amendment. We have a right to protest we have. That we won't. BE targeted all have violence against us. is human beings. Being in this country. We have a right to protest. Those rights have been threatened right now. Sensible van that goes around so. police bed that in mind. This is a right in our constitutional constitutions threat. I don't take that lightly. And their amendments further on about black lives matter. Those should be respected. Those should be upheld and practised so that you ought my political stance on political in the sense that I feel evil. Guy Never goes, and there is a sense sense of sadness with with all of this. We have a constitution. The many of us we think will yeah. Now we did it. We did it, but asked to be hauled, appalled and practice. That's one of the hardest things. Of It. You know that practices twenty, four seven. We can enter into many different ways. So anyway going back to the second pot as a cause of suffering. You know there's a cause of suffering then this possibility of an end of suffering, and this is what we can do, but the important thing is to engage in that process the first thing. is to look at why that suffering is a rising. To put into into process those practices that really help us through this. Remember religions, which when I say religions a main. the original meaning that they think rely the would. Religion comes from which is religio which is bringing back. Thoughts are all over the place and then bring him back that energy, so he can really see and appreciate what we have. In the in Buddhism, we say that. Nirvana is some Sahra or This? Piece the we live is the will that is occurring twenty four seven. The reason that we don't see is the we think it should be away.

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"religio" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

Sports 600 ESPN

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"religio" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

"We ask our listeners to pick one you can only watch one thing all weekend so if you're watching one of these games as we can the only one which one you watch it almost to Minnesota state I think this can be a slug fest in these two really pissed off team right now help the team's guys are coming back and it's got a like Hey listen source of the energy in general they really separated themselves these days and they're like Hey listen we are a leap compared to the rest the honesty and we're gonna play smash mouth football we complete the next football however we want to do it we got to get this win okay before religio quick we we we Devin and I have my producer here we have a bet on one of the game's about to tell everybody what that bat is that bad is on the Titans Pacers game I don't want to I don't want to give you any bias to which side I broking which side he's picking so Titans patriots who you got sure I love this upset I don't know why I don't know if it's the coach the fact that your teammate of Tom Brady's for a long time and not just a teammate but look of bettering leader on this team to help start the dynasty I mean you talk about what might very well done for this team and not only that but what right hand held on like we can also affect okay listen we don't see that's coming in and being a hundred even of the NFL like this is still pending the Ryan Tanner how would you like the number one to be our a colada know where seventy three turn this team around bring him in as well really you've got a really stopped him like that I'm just telling you the momentum of the team that what people said you can't do anything and they start to see what they can do when you have the Russian leader of the on your team at the moment you don't really want to get in front of you guys to list new month score north of the Minnesota everywhere else you can check out on score north dot com obviously to check out the the work they're also on SiriusXM Alex boom and we appreciate the early morning time with my friend that's right out of this when we come back on so I can and that was it Alex Alex I'm one of us doing finger pistols at the other here because we've got a back go and we'll tell you what that bit is and what we're looking for a wild card weekend.

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"religio" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"religio" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Matt and he was so mad bro religio here and I was in the studio knowing that it was you on the phone line and man does that is crazy I've man I've my son will sometimes say to me out of that out of nowhere did you read the book like that's a that's going for us how did that go over so like with the initials alright outbound out so so right afterwards as soon as like he told me to use weapons as with my book and hung up on me I ran I did walk out ran to the production takes a new geo would be freaking out and I go in there I go what happened and spices looking so incredible he's raid and incredulously as it was just to me I go was because because I go well did you read the book and he goes it looks to me like what did you go did you read the book Hey guys you son of a **** may I do that is that is classic stuff that's one of my favorite things I've ever done on the radio man that is right I I couldn't believe how I played him and he couldn't have played along any better without knowing so then somebody somebody tweeted about that and said best interview hands down Richard bells are and spice so so so so but a very sweet tells Matt doing so spice tweets back I spoke with you for thirty minutes as Travolta yesterday here at the because he's had one he's out one comment to me for a long time now so you know what Thursday I like to take back man none of that I can't that I don't like to put you through the emotional turmoil and I'm sure it goes through it would be what he hears it still I gotta say out of all the producers that I can think of off the top my head geo seems like the last person who would ever do something I know I know Jill and end of the trust that he showed me I appreciate so much that's funny do the live alone who are you Hey Sean how are your son has a pal there would be better because I never heard that before yeah I I forget about that sometimes and I think you know that's about six years ago or so seven years ago twenty four whatever happened by I don't know I am you know we'd we'd some run into each other around town everyone's while we chat for a little bit you seem to be doing well on the non radio world as people tend to do it would seem like a really cool guy like I wish that I would have crossed paths with him because he he just seems like a cool dude yeah I'm proud to call him a friend and we play tennis a couple times but I think he grew tired of it because I'm not that I I'm okay but he's like competitively good he could be playing a league tennis out there is really really good I think I played a couple when you play against them just well you know when you hear the third yeah I know I I II already gets miles enough I don't need it I don't need a light a fire under his hot **** anymore than I already do can I take that back there's a lot of Dr now you got me here let's give you an intro it's put you up on a pedestal right now for for take it back there is that been worried because we have been getting any let alone good or bad any ticket back Thursday calls so if you're gonna start us off with one today I really hope it's a good.

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"religio" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"religio" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"New York times there we dream of the religio here's how it began. toward the end of his new book our IP GOP of a renowned Democrat pollster Stanley Greenberg mix of relaying prediction. derived did I miss are delivered with the certainty of profits. is is the year twenty twenty will produce a second a blue wave on at least the scale of the first in two thousand eighteen and finally will crash and shattered a Republican Party that was consumed by the you'll be gotten battled the stop the new America from governing. whatever the hell that means. now Michelle Goldberg then takes back over says it sounds almost messianic the Republican Party that foul. and glamour rations of bigotry and racism and avarice. that is turned American politics into a dystopian forced not just defeated but destroyed. wait a minute. who's the real. big gets among us who was where where is all of the lack of morality and avarice where is it. not on our side. the inexorable force of demography bringing us a new in the light of political dispensation. Stanley Greenberg for seat you know he's married roses a lorry you can imagine him being a pessimist. maybe not even blame it. Greenberg foresees the death of the Republican Party as we've known it and a Democrat party liberated from the nation's.

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"religio" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

08:14 min | 3 years ago

"religio" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"The Trump campaign was spied on now back to Brett winnable on AM seven sixty talk in breaking news. Good davir. It's the Brentwood. Herbal show sixty talking breaking news. Welcome back to the program. He is Mark Moreno, he's the founder of climate depot dot com. He's also the author of the politically incorrect guide to climate change. Mark. Morongo. Good to have you back. My friend. Thank you. Happy to be here. This is a dark day in American history. 'cause we're rejecting twenty six years of established climate science, according to Alexandria cussin'. This is good. This is good things. Number one over overnight. She came out and said that it's the climate change is causing the migrant crisis from Central America. Right. We know that. Yes. Then she she did a little hearing today, and she's talking to John Kerry. Now, I want you to react to this that John Kerry says fired up John go that is absolutely certainly decided as a matter of scientific fact two and two four four and four is eight we can predict when the sun and moon rise as we have tables to do it with with the same certainty. We know that human beings are responsible for the rise of CO two contributing climate change. So we have to lower it. And the fact is we are currently on track. Not to hit two degrees. But to hit four to four point five degrees in this century. It's all settled their Mark. So it's been great having you on the show. We'll talk to you know, what how do you react today? It's it's all settled, it's all settled, Mark. Well, I mean, this is just the. I had enough of this. This can't continue. We have the Trump administration. Silent we have government scientists who at the whip. The Trump administration who can't gag orders until they do a presidential commission on climate. They need to speak out. They can't allow this clown show to continue what John Kerry said first of all the first part of a statement was very carefully worded. He said it is with absolute certainty that humans are responsible for the rise of CO two. That is actually true human emissions have made carbon dioxide levels. Go up in the atmosphere from about two hundred and fifty into a little over four hundred parts per million now. But then he said, which is I think you said, you're contributing you're causing climate issue. How much is it the control or is that you can't even distinguish it from natural variability, then he goes on the clown show goes on and he actually talked about four or five degrees. Which is like now we're getting into the realm of farcical fantasy the whole degree temperature. Target was pulled from sin air, according to u n scientists climate gate emails came out years ago, even admit these are just he's a political statements. They've actually said he's a political. Bulls political almost predictions when they talk about how to lower CO two or lower emissions or reduce them, some reduce it in increase of them in order to somehow stop temperature from rising. So John Kerry said he did a bunch of different shifts in the middle of that. But the message that he claims there's no dissent. Completely false. Okay. So here's the question. This is clearly not a political debating, this is an article of religio city is I mean, there is really not going to be any way to reason with them in any way, shape or form. Like, we would maybe try to reason with somebody who is an extremist from another part of the world with another kind of an ideology. Right. I mean, it is just no way. There's no way to directly is these people know, but what you gotta do is expose it, and and and and attack and break apart all their arguments because we still have the American middle. And we have the other people who are still completely skeptical. What the greatest danger we face right now. John Kerry, it isn't AFC. I'll give you the name. It's Lindsey Graham. It's Representative from Florida. It's Mitt Romney Republicans who are coming out. And basically advocating for a green new deal light with quote market solution. These market solutions are a step away from what carbon taxes, and that's what they carbon-tax advocates colony market solution. A grand new taxing authority by the government to save us from the the threat that doesn't exist. So this is a huge problem. But I don't like to see there was some pushback by the Republican congress members on the panel. It was very good. I just don't like to see John Kerry getting away with this nonsense. And I I'm fascinated. She said twenty six years. That's nineteen Ninety-three. If I'm doing my math correctly, right? What happened in nineteen Ninety-three that established as I can't think of any watershed year? Say twenty six years. I know why Al Gore became the vice Al Gore became the vice president ninety there you go. I wasn't thinking that you're right. So we we we had a climate. We had a climate advocate finally in the White House in Aalborg as the VP. Okay. Let me let me tell one I want to illustrate this by bipolar two things off of your climate depot set one of them is from like in the last couple of days. One of them is from a few weeks back when we were talking. But but you'll recall the story, I know today there's one that's got post up of their new climate porn global warming forces walruses to jump to their deaths. Now you and I would laugh about that. But that is exactly the kind of thing that's going to get taught in some sixth grade science class or third grade science class, it's going to get the kids all upset and get people all emotion, right? This is the sort of propaganda. We're talking about Mark. Yes. And why do you think we're hearing about walruses and not the icon with ball? Yeah. Why not what happened replace it climate point? The reason is simple the polar bear population in the Arctic. Al Gore warned about in his first film had expanded so much. I think it's over thirty thousand now at or near historic population high they've never measured account as many polar bears ever in new at people are amazed at the number polar bears, even their elders have never seen that long before mankind could have been responsible. But interestingly enough, Al Gore got this message. You know, how we know he got this message after helping make polar busy iconic climate change in two thousand seven with his Nobel prize in his movie and book, his sequel in two thousand seventeen flip through his book watch the movie, guess, what's not mentioned at all. Bears. Gore. Got the message that it. So the now switching over to walruses, and they're doing it very very badly. David at borough making these absurd claims and a British documentary, and people are just going know, scientists are going nuts. Ridiculing the whole concept saying, basically, total fiction and nonsense. All the stuff that these walruses are climbing are plunging to their deaths on these great heights because of climate change. This is so absurd and awful. Okay. That was item number one item. Number two is a little more subtle. We we know about the whole climate reparations conversation about who should bear the burdens and things like that. But I remember a couple of weeks ago you and I were talking might have been on Newsmax. And you pointed out the fact that there was a study put out by university that claimed that it was specifically white men that were causing the climate change because of the eating of meat is that is that what what the problem was here. Well, there were several studies. Yeah, I all there was a pollution study saying that white people create more pollution in blacks, and Hispanics and native study that said they had a study previously back in two thousand five UN conference. It said men create global warming and women are hit the hardest by it. They had it split agenda while then they had a study that said that white that white men cod. Global warming more than blacks are Spanish, they're more. They're less carbon friendly. And they actually had they brought gender back into it. Because they're saying that it's considered feminine to do earth friendly acts. If you recycle if you share about the environment at tina's feminist, so men aren't gonna aren't going to do that. And then on top of that we had the group in Africa. We talked about reparations who who seizing white farm owners lands. Yes. In South Africa. And I can't remember the name of this group at the moment, but they.

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"religio" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

09:28 min | 3 years ago

"religio" Discussed on KTOK

"Hey, it's good to have you Adams Adams squinting like, do you? I'm amazed that you can pick up that. Well, when when everybody's gone when we finished with this show. Mike can I talk music in net flix, and that's that's where we go. Hey, it's good to have you with this. You know, what we do sometimes on this show? It's the first half of the show. We're talking to Dr Frank, and we're talking the guys from all. And then second half the show, we do whatever. Sometimes we have guests on. I'm gonna have some pastors on coming up real soon, and we're gonna be talking grace, and we're gonna be talking identity and full acceptance and the true you, and we talk spiritual issues during this part of the show because I don't think health health is always been talked about in terms of physical lonely, and we're not just physical beings. We are body soul spirit beings. And it's all one thing. But we sometimes like to splice and slice and pick them out in only caring about. The health of the body right now. And that's not who I am. That's not who you are. And we want to talk about that. So sometimes we do a round table discussion. Second have the show today. The guys from Molterer still hanging out and Jim Miller's with this homes for okay dot com. Keller Williams company, and it is it's real interesting. Because Jim you say is a realtor on the show. Well, I have everybody on the show. It doesn't matter where they come from. But it just so happens that Jim also writes for the nutrition health world, a lot of the blog articles that you see online many of them have been written by Jim a lot of people hire them. He is the person who's writing. And then the other person's face is out in front. And so that's the way that works. He ghost writes books for others. He and I worked on a Doug Kaufman. Okay. That's still not out. I was gonna say. Seventeen sixteen. Gosh, she's at sixteen. Yeah. Okay. I'm calling today. We should have him on a table to. But, but Jim was talking, you know, he was he was listening to us talk about detox, Brian Frank detox with ultra and Jim was kind of thinking about the whole idea of spiritual detox. Also, boy, that's something a lot of people need to hear about you. Yeah. You know, what is it that we need detoxing from in our bodies? It's because we eat stuff that has stuff in it that our bodies in supposed to have and it accumulates, and I love Allen's description of the getting down to the Michael Kandari and cleaning it out. I kind of thought of it like, the the janitor that comes in and cleans our bodies. And so what what is the spiritual equivalent of that, you know, if you look at. I mean, it really if you look at any religion out there, but we're Christians. So we're gonna talk about Christianity. You go you go enough time with men and women running things that it gets bent out of shape. Human beings running things. Exactly, exactly. And so. I kind of look at the the the Church World every church history about every five hundred years it's gotten so bent out of shape that there's had to be some major correction, and I really think we're in the process of that right now. And so what does that mean to us as individuals? I mean, I could go on for hours about that part. But that's not what we're talking about. I wanna know how what do we what do we have in a spiritually that needs to be cleaned out? And I think a lot of it you, and I were talking about this earlier today that a lot of it is we get the impression that when God talks about obedience what he's talking about is obedience to mosaic law or to any of the other ordinances that are in the Old Testament there six hundred and thirty three of them. I think that if I got my thirteen. Yes. Six thirteen. Okay. As off by I made up twenty more in the media. That's nothing. I've made up hundreds more. And so the thing is a perfect example of what the result of that is I had a tendency to think up until very recently that God if you would just take care of these six things over here. And it's, you know, the big ones like finances and my relationships and stuff if God would just fix the problems there, then I could just take care of everything else. I wouldn't have to bother him so much. I can handle this. You take care of things. And then, you know, we'll talk until I need something. I need something else. And how many of us live our lives that way we go to church every Sunday with that mentality. We read we read the bible every day. And if you have that mentality, you're reading it wrong. You're it's you need a detox you need to clean that garbage out. So that mindset now that world view, I saw you closing your eyes there. Josh are you disgusted or are you thinking? Well, I'm I'm thinking about this guy's it's. It's so easy in what Jim just talked about for individuals to get caught up in the programmatic aspect of all the methods and stuff I mean, right from what Jim said, then and I know, Jim. So I know where he's coming from his heart. But people could be listening to that right now in thinking, okay. I need to prepare the list. I need to go ahead and knock down these things and do the detox, but it all really starts when we recognize that there's this unique opportunity to take on the nature of the father. God loves us so much and so when that begins to happen, then there's this beautiful interaction this beautiful dynamic this beautiful communication and intimacy from a loving father desires to reach into those deep dark recesses of our life. Our traumas are are Solis problems the basement beliefs that we have that we picked up when we were kid, and he gently begins to renew our thought processes and gently begins to allow us to partner with him to enjoy life. Because it's like Jim said. It's not the solving of the big six out there. But if I'm actually walking and joy and peace while I'm suffering financially, Cumberland proof, and that's the big difference. Only a big deal the solving of the big six. That should be the name of our next book. But that Oko hitch what he said about basement beliefs. Because we all bring this baggage that comes from our childhood or comes from something, you know, when I started reading Genesis in Leviticus when I was six years old. And so what could I possibly truly understand about it at that age? But I've formed opinions, and I formed thoughts that were that go back that far? So yeah. Definitely want basement beliefs. Well, you said the word religion at one point. And that is is part of the problem. I think because so oftentimes we come to God. And we think of religio city, and that means I am doing this. I am not doing this. And I am trying hard, and I'm and I'm plugged into these little customs of a religion. Right. And and missing out on what Josh was describing which is relationship. Right. And that it almost universally ruins everything whenever I'm not ignoring you, Adam you you jump in anytime. Okay. I'm waiting. You're processing do you? Are you ready to say something or are you waiting? Well. I. You're you're talking about, you know, so many things here on on so many different levels. I I like to go back to the foundation, right? And I think the permit my premise is that a a life lived on self will is gonna fail. Absolutely. We were talking about that earlier too. Right. So if if we're trying to manage things and be the director of what's going on around us. We're going to find ourselves in situations and find ourselves bound up in stuff, and resentments, and anger and jealousy. And ultimately all the stuff that comes on sin. What we need is surrender. Yes. We're laughing laughing. This morning. Jim Jim texted me and the whole subject was surrender. And when we met before we came up to the studio, the subject was surrender. Yeah. It's not a mistake that you just brought that up. Right. But I think surrender has to be done on the on the terms that God wants us to have it. Absolutely. So if people believe that God is going to beat them and hurt them or the things that they've done then they're not gonna surrender to God. That means that they're going to get punished. Right. So if you go to a right, and you get to the premises. What they come what they come back to it. Bill w one of the founders said his essential insight was that God could be found if you were sought and God would help people. And so on that basis, if we surrender we find that God comes right alongside and takes us out of our selfishness. That's so true. It's it's a big deal that I think, and I'm glad that you worded everything the way that you just did. Because there are a lot of people listening every time, we do spiritual discussion, I get a whole lot of feedback and people I find that some people are wrestling with things, and somehow we have begun a discussion that works to their advantage. And they're like more more and more. So we have another segment to do more and more more. And we'll talk more about this whole.

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"religio" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

02:45 min | 3 years ago

"religio" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Thank you. Hey, we are back on the Savage Nation. I suppose we're live now is that correct? I wouldn't know. Can't hear a thing. But that's fine with just letting mumbling. And the Lord spoke unto Moses into Aaron Shang onto them speak unto the children or Israel saying these are the living things, which he may eat among all the beasts that are on the earth. You can eat these whatsoever part of the hoof and his holy cloven footed and show with the code. Among the beasts that may eat. I have no idea. What that is. What parts the hoof and his cloven footed. Well, that would be Democrats at Halloween or it would be a cow, for example. And then the Old Testament gives rules about what you can't eat. Nevertheless, the shall not eat of them that only chew the cutter of them that only part the hoof the camel you can't eat because he chose the cod, but not the hoof he is unclean onto you and the rock badger because he chew the cud. But part if not the huffy is unclean onto you and the hair because she she with the cut, but part is not the hoof. She a lotta this makes no sense at all. Why can't you rabbit, man? What's wrong with eating a rabbit? He chew with the code. But not to hoof. I mean, it's good for the hair that you can't eat it. But what sense does that make and the swine because he potted the hoof, and this cloven footed. But sure with not the Cutty is unclean onto you. Of their fleshy, Sean that eating their caucuses. Ye shall not touch. They are unclean unto you. Now, what can you eat out of the waters? These may eat of all that are in the warriors whatsoever. Hath fins and scales in the waters in the seas. And the rivers you may eat and all have not fins and scales in the season the rivers and warn one you their detestable thing. You can't eat a fat disgusted. No fins. No scales. Get about it. You can't touch it. If you're a religious Jew fat disgusting a candidate ill. So you can't have any eel sushi. You can't have any ill curry detestable thing to you. Whatsoever. Hath no fins nor scales in the waters that is detestable thing onto you. Then they get into the air stuff. Among these you show haven't this detestation among the fouls. They shall not be detestable thing. The great vulture the bearded vulture, Ruth, Bader Ginsburg, and the sprite and the kite and the falcon after its kind every raven. It's very interesting to look at this from an historic point of view, and from religio historic point of view..

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"religio" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

09:34 min | 3 years ago

"religio" Discussed on KTOK

"Hey, it's good to have you Adams Adams squinting like, do you? I'm amazed that you can pick up that say, well when when everybody's gone when we finished with the show, Mike, and I talk music in net flix, and that's where we go. Hey, it's good to have you with this. You know, what we do sometimes on this show? It's the first half of the show. We're talking to Dr Frank, and we're talking the guys from ultra then second half the show, we do whatever. Sometimes we have guests on. I'm going to have some pastors on coming up real soon, and we're gonna be talking grace, and we're gonna be talking identity and full acceptance and the true you, and we talk spiritual issues during this part of the show because I don't think health health is always been talked about in terms of physical only, and we're not just physical beings. We are body soul spirit. Beings. And it's all one thing. But we sometimes like to splice and slice and pick them out in only caring about the health of the body right now. And that's not who I am. That's not who you are. And we want to talk about that. So sometimes we do a round table discussion. Second half the show today. The guys from multi are still hanging out and Jim Miller's with this homes for okay dot com. Keller Williams company, and it is it's real interesting. Because Jim you say as a realtor on the show. Well, I have everybody on the show. It doesn't matter where they come from. But it just so happens that Jim also writes for the nutrition health world, a lot of the blog articles that you see online many of them have been written by Jim a lot of people hire them. He is the person who's writing. And then the other person's face is out in front. And so that's the way that works. He ghost writes books for others. He and I worked on Doug Kaufman. Okay. That's still not out. I was gonna say. Status. Seventeen sixteen. Gosh, she's at sixteen. Yeah there. Okay. I'm calling duck today we should have him on table to. But, but Jim was talking, you know, he was he was listening to his talk about detox, Brian Frank detox with all Tra. And Jim was kind of thinking about the whole idea of spiritual detox. Also, boy, that's something a lot of people need to hear about you. Yeah. You know, what is it that we need detoxing from in our bodies? It's because we eat stuff that has stuff in it that our bodies isn't supposed to have and it accumulates and I loved Allen's description of the getting down to the mitochondria and clean it out. I kind of thought of it like, the the janitor that comes in and cleans our bodies, and so what what is the spiritual equivalent of that, you know, if you look at. I mean, it really if you look at any religion out there, but we're Christians. So we're gonna talk about Christianity. You go you go enough time with men and women running things that it gets bent gets out of shape. Human beings running things. Exactly, exactly. And so. I kind of look at the the the Church World every church history about every five hundred years it's gotten so bent out of shape that there's had to be some major correction, and I really think we're in the process of that right now. And so what does that mean to us as individuals? I mean, I could go on for hours about that part. But that's not what we're talking about. I want to know how to what do we what do we have in a spiritually that needs to be cleaned out? And I think a lot of it you, and I were talking about this earlier today that a lot of it is we get the the the impression that when God talks about obedience what he's talking about is obedience to mosaic law or to any of the other ordinances that are in the Old Testament there six hundred and thirty three of them. I think that if I got my number thirteen. Yeah. Six thirteen okay. Was off by twenty more in the media. That's nothing. I've made up hundreds more. And so the thing is I a perfect example of what the result of that is. I had a tendency to think up into very recently that God if you would just take care of these six things over here. And it's, you know, the big ones like finances and my relationships and stuff if God would just fix the problems there, then I could just take care of everything else. I wouldn't have to bother him so much. I can handle this. You take care of things. And then, you know, we'll not talk until I need something. I need something else. And how many of us live our lives that we go to church every Sunday with that mentality. We we can even read the bible every day. And if you have that mentality, you're reading it wrong. You're it's you need a detox you need to clean that garbage out. So that said that world view, I saw you closing your eyes there. Josh are you disgusted or are you thinking, well, I'm I'm thinking about this guys. It's it's so easy in what Jim just talked about for individuals to get caught up in the. Programmatic aspect of all the methods and stuff. I mean, right from what Jim said, then and I know, Jim. So I know where he's coming from his heart. But people could be listening to that right now in thinking, okay. I need to prepare the list. I need to go ahead and knock down these things and do the detox, but it all really starts when we recognize that there's this unique opportunity to take on the nature of the father God that loves us so much and so when that begins to happen, then there's this beautiful interaction this beautiful dynamic, this beautiful communication intimacy from a loving father desires to reach into those deep dark recesses of our life, our traumas or our solar problems the basement beliefs that we have that we picked up when we were kid, and he gently begins to renew our thought processes and gently begins to allow us to partner with him to enjoy life. Because it's like Jim said, it's not the solving of the big six out there. But if I'm actually walking and joy and peace while. I'm suffering financially. I'm bulletproof. Yeah. And that's the big difference. Big deal, the solving of the big six. Be the name of our next book. But that Oko hitch like what he said about basement beliefs. No. Because we all bring this baggage that comes from our childhood or it comes from something. You know, when I started reading Genesis in Leviticus when I was six years old. And so what could I possibly truly understand about it at that age? But I've formed opinions, and I formed thoughts that were that go back that far? So yeah. Definitely want basement beliefs. Well, you said the word religion at one point. And that is is part of the problem. I think because so oftentimes we come to God. And we think of religio city, and that means I am doing this. I am not doing this. And I am trying hard, and I'm Jay, and I'm plugged into these little customs of a religion and in missing out on what Josh was describing which is relationship. Right. And that it almost universally ruins everything whenever I'm not ignoring you, Adam you you jump in anytime. Okay. I'm I'm waiting. You're processing you are you ready to say something or are you waiting? Well, I. You're talking about, you know, so many things here on on so many different levels. I I like to go back to the foundation, right? And I think the permit my premise is that a life lived on self will is going to fail virtually absolutely we were talking about that earlier too. Right. So if if we're trying to manage things and be the director of what's going on around us, we're gonna find ourselves in situations and find ourselves bound up in stuff, and resentments, and anger and jealousy. And ultimately all the stuff that comes on sin. What we need is surrender. Yes. We're laughing laughing. This morning. Jim Jim texted me and the whole subject was surrender. And when we met before we came up to the studio, the subject was surrender. It's not a mistake that you just brought that up. Right. But I think surrender has to be done on the on the terms that God wants us to have it. Absolutely. So if people believe that God is going to beat them and hurt them or the things that they've done then they're not gonna surrender to God. That means they're going to get punished. Right. So if you go to a right, and you get to the premises of what they come what they come back to it. Bill w one of the founders said his essential insight was that God could be found if you were sought in God would help people. And so on that basis, if we surrender we find that God comes right alongside and takes us out of our selfishness. That's so true. It's it's a big deal that I think, and I'm glad that you worded everything the way that you just did. Because there are a lot of people listening every time, we do spiritual discussion, I get a whole lot of feedback and people I find that some people are wrestling with things, and somehow we have begun a discussion that works to their advantage. And they're like more more and more. So we have another segment to do more more more. And we'll talk more about this whole idea of spiritual detox the idea of surrender and trust. When we come back on super health..

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"religio" Discussed on Let's Talk About It with Taylor Nolan

Let's Talk About It with Taylor Nolan

03:22 min | 3 years ago

"religio" Discussed on Let's Talk About It with Taylor Nolan

"And that was in vain. Yeah. That's something that always really bothers me. I hope that. Everyone listening after he listened in this episode that you take yourself, and please post it as a story and tag minute because that'd be wonderful. Selby's for life. I'm not good at them. But I like them, very pro selfie. No, I think that's great advice to give to her too. Lower self to brace yourself when when she does feel good and the words formation religio, go a long way. And I think we've we've come a very long way about a lot of stuff too. So I don't remember the last time. I record an episode that was over an hour. Sorry about that. I'm wind. No, not at all. I've thoroughly enjoyed our conversation, and it will continue. Privately. Sorry. Sorry. Maybe you'll get to hear more of our conversations at a later date. But for today, I think this will do it on the body positivity and on shaming and talking about work and just overall confidence in check in with yourself. It's really important that you work on it. Because it's so hard to have like something that I feel like is like a muscle. The more you work it the stronger gets and it takes time absolutely takes time and to be patient with yourself and be kind to yourself. Give yourself the grace to grow in confidence. It doesn't happen overnight. But you're not gonna wake up tomorrow and be confident, but you can have more confidence. Yeah. It's like you're about are going through your transformation. But that's actually a terrible metaphor because like progress ebbs and flows. Like, you don't go from Caterpillar to butterfly back to Caterpillar, and then some parents back to butterfly and those terrible. But I have. But I think went back. Thank you guys for listening and joining our conversation today, you can find Sarah at s wolf photo on Instagram and. Yeah. Sender message follower photos, photos, absolutely beautiful. If you live in Seattle or other places, actually cause you travel bunch tale. I do travel. I love to go to new cities and his work with people. Yeah. Super amazing twerk super financial probably become your friend, especially if you like cats dogs or dogs. Yes. I will gladly pay your dog you do post about dogs and animals when you're shooting and stuff too. So, yeah, if you have animals, and you're cool check or cool, dude or cool. Couple are cool family hit up Sarah on Instagram at wolf photo. And doesn't it for today? Thank you, Sarah. And you can head over to I tunes and leave us a review, and let us know what you're talking about the show. And if you have any questions for us topics that you'd like to see covered on the podcast, you can send over into Email to ask dot, let's talk about it at female dot com. Thank you guys don't much, and I'll talk to you next time. This podcast is brought to you by we've podcast network. Check out all of our shows, including the brain candy podcast. I don't get it fades babies coffee condos, and let's talk about.

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"religio" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

14:12 min | 3 years ago

"religio" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"I love to bring to your attention. These cases because they are fundamental cases to American jurisprudence. And for those of you out there who feel that organized religion. And I'm not talking about Christian, religion or Jewish religion or Muslim religion or Hindu or whatever organized religion is under attack is in America. Because there are those who want to eliminate any vestige any vestige that they can find of religio city. They want to push every religion back into synagogues into temples into churches. They do not want to see images evidence of religion, even though we are a Judeo Christian country. So this is a cross was erected in nineteen twenty five by the American Legion is on what's called Annapolis road in Bladensburg, Maryland, and you have. Few people are a couple of people who were offended by it. And they want it to be bulldozed. And as attorney dice for the first liberty institute said, and by the way, if you have any issues of this first liberty is a great organization. They would they would help you feel free to give them a call. I love to know what you think. And again, you don't have to be religious to to grant other people the right to celebrate their religion. Let's go to John in chumsford. Hi, john. Welcome. Your first is our nightside. Hey, dan. How are you? Welcome back. Thanks, very much, John. What's your take on this? I'll be inch. I know. Yeah. Go ahead. I'm gonna I'm gonna surprise. You. Usually do criticize the Liberal Democrats as being a liberal Democrat myself. Yes, I am. I am furious with the left for for doing things. Like, this all of a sudden after one hundred years, people are offended. You know, what about the rest of us for the sake of a couple people that they're offended the rest of us have to suck it up. Yeah. I kind of think of at the end of the Star Trek movie were Spock said the needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few or the one. You know? And and okay, there's going to be people that are going to be offended, but the rest of I mean, I love the fact that they're bringing back merry Christmas and things like that we should honor all these things and look just because people disagree about something. After one hundred years, you're going to spoil other people's memories and feelings about this because somebody's offended. Say the few that are offended suck it up and let the rest of us have the enjoyment of respect that we wanna have for these types of situations. Absolutely drives me crazy being a liberal Democrat that people on the left do this. Well, again, I know I know from prior conversations, you are what you claim to be you. You are a traditional classical liberal in my opinion. And and we could disagree on a lot of different issues, which a lot of times. I call people out I called out Warren. I don't like Elizabeth Warren. I hated Hillary Clinton, but I voted for and the point is left or right. We need more of this. You know, it's a Republican screw up. I wanna hear from Republicans saying that when the Democrats grew up. I'm the first one call you on the phone saying they screwed up, and this has been an issue for a long time. The secretary. You know to try to separate things, and I wish the left which just drop it and leave people to their memories. And I'm sorry to the few that are offended tough luck. America, you'll get over it precisely we all go through these moments where there's something that is offended is, but and by the way, the vast majority of agnostics and atheists who I know. This doesn't bother them. But we're talking about this small slice of the atheist community. I call it the evangelical easiest the data do not sleep at night, and they wanna have the power they want to exempt at birth control and in the public square. And I I assume you will agree with me. The Democrats have just passed some reforms in congress believe today when when the Democrats took over the house chamber, and basically for the first time since eighteen thirty seven people will be able to wear head coverings and. I don't know if that means they now can we're baseball hat so football helmets. But they certainly have a right. These two Muslim women, and I'm sure I'm probably going to disagree with most of their positions politically. But if they want to wear the hijab, which is indication of their religious beliefs, and that helps form the viewpoints towards it's how they how they approach issues. I'm so happy that Nancy Pelosi's Democrats have have basically said yes, now, some people will be surprised at me at that. Probably. I can I can live with that. But when you try to knock down, and this isn't the first episode where they've tried to take crosses down from public areas and things like that. It's like the then they're all of a sudden after one hundred years people are offended by like that suddenly got awareness. You know, again, what about the rest of us? We have rights we have feelings too and just because a few people don't. Agree. The rest of us have to suffer couldn't agree with you more John before I go, I nearly boy that trip you're talking about was just exactly what my wife and I wanted to do. But unfortunately, we've already got a trip for the family this year. But if you do one next year because we wanna do that river Cruz exactly what you talked about. If you doing another one. I'll definitely my wife, and I will be on it have you have you ever done a river cruise. No, no. But it was the only boat. I could talk my wife into she won't do, you know, the big cruise festivals. But she will do a river cruise. And this is we were talking about this the other night. And I said boy, I wish we could go on dance trip. But we've already got a family trip book to DisneyWorld. And but that's the trip that we wanna do this is going to this. This trip starts on October twenty six. Now, it's gonna be great. Two trips. Another one. We will. We will. I promise we did. I didn't Alaska cruise with listeners in two thousand twelve which was great. But there was a couple of days when you're out there in the water gets a little a little choppy. But it really is so smooth. It's unbelievable. To do if you do it the second time. I'll definitely be there. And again, I'll say they always say you, and I we we we agree to disagree. But we always do it. Respectfully, no question. No question. I hope that other people in this country follow that lead because we're not gonna get anywhere with yelling at each other. We've got to come to consensus when agree with you more. And we end the other thing we need to be able to respect other people's points of view a lot. But I'll tell you as a liberal Democrat. That drives me crazy. I hate when the left does this. I wish they would stop it. It just alienates people and it stops from stops. Healing. Division. That my own people for doing that. And I don't get you know, I don't have a problem calling out Liberal Democrats when they screwed up, and they screwed up in this case big time. John is always appreciate your call so much. We'll miss you on that trip. But I I hope you. How many times in the in the in the months ahead? Okay. The second time by wife, and I are there. We'll come up with something. We'll come up with something. This won't be the last. I hope I hope God what thanks. Did I say God willing on the radio that's going to weather? Free speech. You got to your classic liberal, take you John talk soon. I look forward to meeting you at some point. Thank you so much. I do to my friend. Thanks, john. Nice that that is a classic. Nightside listener. I'm so happy to have people like John in the audience. Sometimes I disagree on this one. We agreed. I want to hear from you. If anyone who really thinks that this cross should be taken down after one hundred years. Let's go to Jack down in the Cape Jack on Cape Cod. Jack whereabouts in the Cape. Are you then? Dennis right now. Child mcdumber Dennis right now. Wanted to call you because I haven't talked to you for a long time. And when you when you had the Kashtan, I could kill people should be able to believe whatever they want to believe any of the parents. Sure, except when the Muslim religion comes into my district in my country in my city, because when you mentioned that you support the headscarves for the Muslim congresswoman, well, there's two there's two members of congress one from Minnesota Democrats are going to be very liberal. I'm sure on issues, and I'm going to disagree with him a lot of issues. But if there's if there is a a person who happens to be a of these logic faith, and and they wear a head scarf when Bob Drinan was a member of congress. I believe he was allowed to wear the collar when he was on the floor of the house. Why not? Carl didn't tell his his comrades should go out and kill people. Don't believe what he believes. I disagree with you. Totally absolutely. Totally Nancy Pelosi always politically, correct. Pitted me of political correctness. And this idea of leading bistro congresswoman where the headscarves when the Islamic has persecuted and made second class citizens warming thousands of years. I think is a disgrace. We should not allow it. I don't approve of it. Saudi Arabia just recently after all these years just allowed warming. They treated second class third class four class citizens to drive an automobile. But only what somebody else in the car, which is a disgrace. How can we support a religion? That is totally the opposite of our values in this country. Well, here's the deal when I take that position Jack. And I'm so glad you called. I'm not supporting the religion. What I'm saying? Is that this woman and there were two, but I think one of them we as the Jeep regularly. Okay. That is their religious belief. I may disagree with how certain people interpret their religion. There are other religions around the country where around the world which have done horrific things. Look, even Christianity was involved in some activities that even as you, and I I'm a Christian. I'm a Catholic Roman Catholic. I assume you're Christian as well. There are things that that that has been done by people from our religion, even as recently as the pedophile priests situation, of course, of course. However. The policy of the religion. It may be the policy of some people who practice that religion or claim to practice that religion. But there's nothing that indicates to me that the woman from Minnesota or Michigan advocates killing infidels. Well, I I don't know that any need the you. I'm sure they were denied that. But how what really makes me very confused is how an intelligent woman could wear the headscarf knowing the history of the modular religion, and what they've done to warming. And what they've done to other citizens in those Middle Eastern countries like Saudi Arabia, Indonesia, and all those countries over there that persecute instill persecute warming. They have very few rights in that, religion and religion. Women have very few rights and to me that advertising. The fact that we support the fact that women have very few rights by wearing the headscarf. I don't think it should be allowed. I think that religion. Should I wish I didn't me ask you this cable? That's fine. Let me ask you should those women have been allowed to run for office or should have. They been disqualified because they happen to be Muslim. If they qualify if they qualify to run for office. They should run for office. I say so therefore they run for office. They get elected. And now we're going to dictate to them whether or not they're going to wear a headscarf. Well, we had a role the congress had a rule. No, no, no, no, no hats. No, no, had straps in congress. Why are we changing it just for them? Well, there was there was a point in time where we had no women in congress either. Well, then you can go on and on and on about what happened. What does that? I'm just saying talking about the history of that religion talking about the next one. I'm talking to the history of the United States. There was there was a point in time. I don't think we had a member of congress woman in congress for good you go back to like the nineteen ninety nine hundred nineteen. And. Nineteen twenties. But what what I'm trying to say. Is that time change and? The fact that someone happens to be Muslim, and they want to wear a headscarf because there a member of congress on the floor of congress, the reason as I understand it that the rule was passed in eighteen thirty seven was the standing ruling congress in the house was that they didn't want our legislature to to to have some of the similarities to the British parliament, which were apparently they wear the weeks and all of that. So look, I'm so glad you called. I suspect on most issues you, and I agree. But in this one we're gonna disagree. Totally disagree. And also last call up explain something to me. Pick up on this. When he said that he was not a fan of MRs Warren..

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