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"richard baxter" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community
"So back to this controversial part of his life. South AFRICA IS FAMOUS FOR PEOPLE TODAY. Due to be honest a pretty bad relationship with racial tensions. And there's obviously lots of other things I've ever found lots of good things but that is something that it becomes known for just like the South in the United States of America became known for its own racial prejudice issues. It's just things that people associate with that and Murray kind of playing into that too in the sixteen fifty. The eighteen hundreds the Dutch ran South Africa. And they would only extend communion to those who are in the Dutch reformed church. The British would end up taking South Africa in the eighteen. Hundreds during the Napoleonic war and added to their empire and when they did that you'll even see the reason these four trekkers left South Africa went into the interior of Africa. They were trying to get away from this. New British rule had showed up but another thing that happened when they did that was the Dutch kind of ran out of ministers and so they told the British like Look Cinder Evangelical Preacher. Send somebody we need. We need more people running the churches in South Africa. We've kind of run out yet. It was this initial wave of preacher. That is actually where Andrew. Murray's parents came from describe believes that all could come to Christ and priests to the indigenous populations it also to the slaves that Britain had imported into the colony. This raised an issue over whether or not the converts could take communion and it would take forty years to settle this debate in the mid eighteen sixties. To end this debate Andrew Murray proposed a solution right at a kind of a compromise. He decided that the new believers and the indigenous people that lived there in Africa needed communion right and so his his kinda compromise. His middle of the road was to have two separate communion services so one four that the Dutch reformed the people that were there and then another four everyone else all the indigenous in new believers. That were there at the time and he did this again to stop a conflict had been going on for decades with his hope that hey this way they'll have communion. We can all have communion and it is a middle ground. It's a compromise. Not The perfect solution. But it's something that will get us through this argument. We say on the show all the time. We don't know one hundred percent. What People's true intentions are what was going on their heart? It doesn't seem like he was being prejudiced in this But that could be a factor. He did seem to be genuinely bothered by the lack of commune. That was being available to everyone else. So the good news was that they were filing getting to partake in communion. The bad news was that they had to build a separate building apartheid. That this separate communion services could be held at and this snow believe is a separate building for Comedians. Soon you have separate churches separate schools. You've separate lives and Murray didn't intend for that to happen. And in fact it seems to be that this what he was trying to remedy. But it had the longer effect of actually further separating these two people groups and really lending itself to creating more racial tension in the church down the road. And that's something I mean. We mentioned it. Very many of our episode. We've George Whitfield Richard Baxter. This thing happens a lot where I can't tell if it's just a compromise was bad in that led to the problems or it was a good intention and a good idea but in simple world it gets twisted and ruined but so many times in an effort to fix one problem. Ye create a trigger problem down the road and I don't blame these guys for doing the best they can. I just think it's very hard and we need to take the. If there's any lesson is just be very serious about. The things are handling. Because you don't know what conflict is coming up in your life that might lead to a bigger conflict if you don't deal with it the right way this sermon. By Andrew Murray on the power persevering prayer reminds us of an aspect of his life. That was kind of overlooked. We didn't really talk about it. He wrote a book called the school prayer. And this book becomes very famous. Came from sermons and he talks about how you just stick to God and pray to him just indurain. You're just kind of keep coming to God and I mentioned at the top of the episode that we were going to tell you a little bit about his testimony and this plays right into that. His testimony was such that when he shared it he basically said I never really felt the spirit's power like I thought I would say. I felt I was sure saved. Didn't feel like God was in my life every moment of every hour and I couldn't figure out why and then I realized I wasn't going to God every moment of every hour I was telling God okay when our on Sunday then I have a couple of hours to myself to do my life that I come back to you guys in the evening. We'll pray before bed and it just Kinda. He parceled out time for God but the rest of his life in between was his own and he said I bet you. That's something you struggle with two when you learn to turn over every minute and every hour and your entire life you just say God everything I do is surrender to you. My entire life is a prayer is a wok to you. He said that's when you're going to see the spirit moving in your life in a way that you've not seen it moving before. And I think that this sermon on Poranee persistently going back to God just consuming spending your time following him and just believing like that widow on the door. Saying I'm I'm coming back. I'm ready to Lord hearing me. I'm here I'm want to be used by you. I think that is the kind of life that he's got a collins delivery and that if we can learn to live like that we too can can make an impact on this world for the Kingdom of God.
"richard baxter" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community
"It is in persevering not believing but confident in praising prayer that the soul grows up into that full union with its Lord in which it can enter upon the possession of the blessing in him every episode. We bring you a different voice from history in his sermon that they delivered today. We're going to be listening to a sermon by Andrew. Murray Murray is from the late eighteen hundreds into the early nineteen hundreds. This sermon would have been preached in South Africa Joel. This is our second sermon from Someone that's in Africa. The I was Oswald Chambers in Egypt during World War One and now we have Andrew Murray and South Africa living during a kind of the same timeframe. We also by the way. Just for fun so out to you guys. We got tweeted a medieval sermon this week. So we're slowly moving out of just western servants in England in the sixteen hundreds and we're slowly moving further back in time. Goal of the show for me is just a sermon or two from every century. So you can hear them all. But that's just something I'm throwing out there. One thing. I love about this episode. Is We get to talk about a missionary. I love it when we're talking about people who were being missionaries and we're sharing the Gospel. These are kind of hard sermons for us to find because a Lotta Times the people they were preaching to not being Christian civilization like they weren't writing them down and I didn't actually know to discredit. I didn't know he wasn't missionary until I started doing the researcher I knew he was a writer of many devotional books and I knew that he had written a book. Especially on prayer that influenced many people but the fact that he was a missionary and actually was raised. As a missionary. This is kind of a nice bonus for us has experienced with God when it comes to revivals and healing it kind of gives them a unique outlook on prayer. And one last thing that we're doing the intro. Here I thought was interesting. He never talked about his personal testimony in Christ people would ask them even Alexander White. We did a episode on him by the way early in the series. Go check it out but they would ask him. Hey you know. How did you tell me more about your coming to Christ? But he said No. You don't need to hear about me. You need to hear about Christ. But at the end of his life he one time wrote it down. We're going to get to that later. On in this episode Andrew Murray was born eighteen twenty eight and he would die one thousand nine hundred seventeen so nice long life. He was born as an M. K. new missionary kid right. I'm sure we probably have some. Mk's out there listening now but he was born into a family that was on the mission field already is families originally from Scotland but they were ministering in South Africa at the time of his birth and he comes from a family of five brothers who also went into ministry. He went back to Scotland to go to grammar school with his younger brother. And he planned on being a minister and a lot of errors in history. Minister was a good living. It was a good way to sustain yourself and your family so early on. That was kind of his motivation. Isn't going out of business if you WANNA if you wanted to stay safe and steady job. Here's a job. Yeah so he went to be minister kind of kind of as a career choice rather than it was something. He was really passionate about another minister. That also means that bill George Mueller who? We also did a episode. I actually think that's the very first episode. We said we want my favorite's actually go back and listen to George Miller if you haven't already but he has a similar story from the eighteen hundreds as well as wanting to get a job and then becoming convicted and falling in love with Jesus after going to grammar school. He continued his education in the Netherlands and it was there that he learned about theology. Really got into. Theology is another lund's he got caught up with a group called Mispronounced is they were from France. Italy reveal as well. We'll say they are and mostly shaved his theology and his he simply said that school wasn't where he learned about. God it was this group and they pushed for revivals and they really wanted to reject everything that was modern. It's hard to understand this from our perspective. But she got to put yourself as we always back in their shoes. Get Back to the eighteen thirties in Europe. What just finished the French Revolution and during the French Revolution? A lot of people died a lot of preachers priests were killed in. France and they rejected they. They basically looked at that. I thought that's what modernism. That's what all the enlightenment kind of culminates in so. Let's go back to traditional ways of doing they. Let's go back to God. Let's go back to those revivals of the seventeen hundreds and do it that way. This group would play a pretty important role and European history but for our purposes just know that Murray was really he he experienced it and it really changed his perspective on God so in eighteen forty eight he goes back to South Africa and he begins ministering there and he was given this church to a group called the other one. I'm not going to crack vortrekkers. And it literally means like long way trekkers at these people that in his church I love it when when they described it just that he's the church beyond the veil and by the Orange rivers which just sounds so mystical and medieval Hellenic. Yeah very much like that says group and it was a group of Dutch who had lived in South Africa. They wanted to get away from the British so they move out and they basically live this hundred thousand square mile radius of being his church and he does very well there any actually helps this group of people get their independence from the British but it ends up taking a toll on him to be the pastor of such an incredibly large area. He was married to the daughter of another missionary. Emma Rutherford and they would eventually end up having eight children of their own but they were married when he was twenty one years old but he had spent so much. Travelling constantly that they're in South Africa. He became kind of kind of not feeling too. Well kind of ill and he was exhausted from his travels so they sent him back to England to kind of recuperate in gaining strength back which is a very eighteen hundreds thing to do that. I kind of wish I would get sick and someone will say you need a vacation. You need a couple months through to a string that would that would not be so bad. When he returned to South Africa he got a position at a local seminary and from there he helps set up a Bible school and a school that helped educate women as well. Eventually he would move his focus to preaching any moved out to a rural parish and he was excited about it he and several others came together wishing to see a revival take place yes kind of something that Andrew Murray and Richard Baxter have in common with each other. They both wanted to be out there in the rural parish With regular people doing God's work so this revival comes it Murray would say like not in the way that I wanted to come. He he literally would say like. `I solid breaking out and he was complaining. The God like this is disorderly. This isn't what we were expecting. I remember the revivals in Europe. And I'm looking for that again. Said he just felt like God had to check his heart and get them to see like this is my work and I'll do it in my way different in it. It really doesn't matter if you appreciate it. Pushes should so got convicted. And he learned to really appreciate and love what happened in South Africa and he would actually go to the United States would tell people about what he saw and he would be. He would be a speaker at a lot of the holiness conventions because of that there's a lot with his legacy to unpack and there's a lot that goes into who he was as a person and there's some big issues that we definitely want to get into like his healing or a deeper history on the revival. There is a lot that goes into these people from the past and here revived thoughts. We we like sharing history lecturing who these people are in. That doesn't mean that troy and I think they're perfect people there. There are definitely imperfect people that God uses to do some great stuff with. There's some parts of his life. That are definitely kind of theologically. Controversial but We like giving some back story and some history. We can't get into all the little bits here and this episode but maybe in a future episode of future of Said. We'll definitely cover some of those issues that people. I think understandably have with them and Jilin I. We really tried to just present this to you as neutral as we can. Sometimes I think we're digging for bad stuff just so we can kinda balanced amount and we just. We don't want to overly present perfect people. We want US listener to to decide for yourself. How you feel about these people but after this little break we're gonNA tell you about a definitely controversial part that he of his life that he ends up playing into this episode is brought to you by Liberty healthshare my name is matthew. Belus I'm with liberty healthshare. Liberty healthshare is a five a one C three nonprofit healthcare sharing minutes. 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"richard baxter" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community
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"richard baxter" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community
"Will not prosper. First John One nine proverbs twenty eight thirteen prayer as a confession of our own emptiness insufficiency and unworthiness and applying from ourselves. Help one another in baptism. We come as condemned prisoners for pardon as it were with ropes about our necks and strip ourselves of the brags of our filthiness by the blood of the land. We may be washed from our blood and our sins may be buried into the depths of the sea. In the Lord's supper renew the same covenant and the same renewed pardon and still fly from ourselves to Christ for life and reunite renounce our karnal cells by solemn cabinet as a people coming home to God so that never was any ordinance of God effectual and saving on the soul of any more so than when it brought them to self-denial reasoning. He'd that doesn't work sincerely and cannot go. Once step into the way of life is no true Christian but this is a case of all that do not have self denial for self is a principal ruling end and he that has either a false principle rule or end cannot be sincere in any of the means much less when he is out of all of these a selfish man is seeking himself in his very religion and is serving himself when he seemed to be serving God and indeed he does not do any service sincerely for God because he will make God is in and so he is an accepted resign. No Man is a true Christian or cannot or can be saved that stays on the depths of his natural misery still in his lap state but all men who stay in their natural softened snus do not change for to solve that they are beholden to and must be saved from it reason ten. No Man can be a true Christian and be saved that is not a member of the holy Church and the communion of saints but she will only find the salt denying there for every true member of the church has a public spirit preferring the church's interest to their own and suffering with fellow members in their suffering and having care of one another first Corinthians twelve but the self seeking unsatisfied. Person is a stranger to this way of life. Reason number eleven he that is led by the greatest enemy of God and his own soul is not a true Christian but so is every man that is not learned to deny himself for self is the greatest enemy of God and us. If you could escape your own hands then you would be out of danger. All the devils and hell cannot destroy you if you would not be your own destroyer. I reason twelve. Lastly it is the plane contradiction to be saved without self denial for as itself. We must be saved from both as our end and means and is our greatest enemy so to stay in self is still to be lost and miserable and therefore you are not safe so the case is as plain as a case can be but no man can be a true Christian or a disciple of Christ without self the Nile and consequently none without it.
"richard baxter" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community
"I will now show you some of the recent that self. Denial is necessary. I will prove it to you that it is no small thing and not the lofty standard of a few of the saints. Know it does his thing that almost have and will be saved. It is the essence of holiness itself. It is as impossible to separate holiness from self-denial as separating living from life. And if you think it strange that salvation should be dependent on such a hard duty and that no man can be a true disciple that does not deny himself even given his life when God requires it then I will show it to you reason one until a man denies himself he denies God and does not believe in Him. He thought love him and take him to be as God and I hope you will grant that no man can be saved. That doesn't believe in God or love him or take some I god he that will deny God and yet think to be saved must think to be saved. In spite of God the first article of our faith and of our baptism all Christian covenant is to believe in God the father and take him for our God and give up of ourselves to be his people but this no man can do without self the Nile. For by all that I have said in the description of it you may see that selfishness is contrary to God and would rob him of all his higher qualities and God would be no God self is the God of wicked men or the world's great idol and that the inordinate love of pleasure prophets and honor in trinity is all but this self love and unity and that in the militias trinity of God enemies. The flesh is a I thin foundation the world second and the devil. The third every man is an adulterer so far as he is selfish. God is not just a name for he that takes away from God's essence or attributes and still thinks he believes in God because he has left him his name and titles does just as bad as those who set up an image and worship that instead of God or that worshiped the sun or moon as gods because they somewhat represent his glory for surely name has as little substance as an image much less. Can you say it has more than the sun now? Selfish ungodly men will rob God and give his honor and desires to themselves but they will try to put off with empty. Titles they call him their God but will not have him for their in their portion andor joy and won't give him the strongest love of their hearts it will not take him as absolute owner. They won't devote themselves and all they have to him and stand with the Willing Mind as his servant they will not take him for their sovereign and be ruled by him and they won't deny themselves for him or seek his honor and interest above their own. They call him their father but deny him his honor they call him their master but do not fear. Him Malachi one six. They don't depend on his hand and don't live by law and for his glory therefore they do not take him for their God and can you expect that God should say those that deny him and what did thrown him. Those are is very enemies reason to yes more than this God will not save those and make themselves our own gods and who have rejected him. But all these on sanctified selfish men make themselves their own gods for an all the ten points before mentioned they take themselves the desires of God one. They do everything for themselves to they. Use all creatures for themselves. Even God himselves is recognized as only for themselves three a love their present life and prosperity better than God for they would be there themselves and live at some selves and not those that are not like them five they would have the creatures to be. There's and use them as a roan and not as gods six they must care for themselves and look out for themselves endear not trust themselves wholly upon God seven they will use things for themselves and their own conditions and never for anyone else eight they would rule them cells and be away from the laws and government of God nine they would be the rulers of all others and have all men do their wills ten and they would be honored and admired by all and half praise at -scribed them and if all this does not set themselves up as gods or idols in the world. I don't know what does certainly got his. So far from having a thought or saving such vile idolaters who stay in this condition that they are the principal objects of his high displeasure and the most deserving marks for his justice to shoot at and he is engaging employing them down and treading them into hell. Why should God stand by and see a company of rebellious centers? Sit Down in his throne or try to observe his sovereignty in divine rules. Would he leave them alone and then advance them to his glory? No he is resolved that he that humbles himself will be exalted and he that exalts himself will be brought low. And what Higher Self Exaltation can there be then to make ourselves as our own gods and therefore who will be brought lower than this reason three? No Man can be a Christian that doesn't take Christ for his Lord and Savior and no man. Without the self-denial can take Christ for his Lord and Savior therefore no man without self. The Nile can be a Christian and be saved. He who makes himself as an cannot follow Christ for Christ as a way to the father and not to Carnell no the business that Christ came into the world to do was to pull down and subdue this selfishness moreover whoever takes Chrysler Saviour must know from what it is that Christ myth save him and that is most importantly for oneself and no man can take Christ for his savior that renounces not self confidence and is not willing to be saved from the idolatry of Self Exaltation. No mankin take Chrisopher's master or teacher that doesn't come into his school. As a little child renouncing the guidance of the CARNAL SOUTH THERE IS NO ANTI CHRIST OR FALSE. Christ that is in the world that opposes Christ more am resists him in all the parts of his power then our karnal selves. It is this that will not stoop to his righteousness or to his guidance. Self is false. Christ our Savior of the world and its faults. God and therefore can be no salvation. Where self is not denied and taken down first reason for he who doesn't believe in the Holy Ghost and won't take him for a sanctify cannot be a true Christian or be Sade but no man without the self-denial beliefs in the holy ghost and takes him for his sanctify. Therefore without this self-denial no man can be true Christian or be saved. The very nature of sanctification consists in turning a man from himself to God it destroys selfishness and devotes his soul to God by Christ so it is beyond doubt that none but the south denying are sanctified but they truly take the holy ghost for their sanctify and truly believe in Him. So far is men are in love with the disease. It is certain they will not see the doctor reason five. No Man is a true Christian and in a state of salvation that Diniz renounces or reject sort of God but all men that don't have self-denial adhere. The word of God do renounce deny it or rejected therefore no man without South Nile is a true Christian or can be saved in the scriptures. We have eternal light. It Sam that make us wise to salvation a man that will be blessed must meditate in them day and night psalm. One three and it's not the. Here's but the doers of them. That are blessed but nothing is more clear and the Voice of Scripture calls out loud on all manton denied themselves and that the scope of it is to tear down South and set up God and Jesus Christ it is a very point in meaning of it for men to end to take down south and lower men in their own eyes and bring them home to God from whom they are in revolt reason six no man can be a Christian or be saved without saving grace but no man without self. Denial has saving grace for. It is nature of every grace to carry man from himself to God by Christ it is the work of Godly. Sorrow humbled proud man and break the heart of Karnal Self. It is the work of fate for a self denying soul to pass out for hope and life to Christ. It is a work of love to carry US quite above ourselves to that infinite goodness which we love. It is the nature of Holy Fair to fill our guilt and insufficiency and to suspect ourselves and dread the fruit of our own ways. Confidence does bottom us before God and hope itself does imply a despairing in ourselves. Thankfulness does pay homage to him that has saved us from ourselves and every grace have self-denial as half. It's very life or soul. So what is certainly no man has anymore grace. Then he has self. Denial reason seven they who reject the ministry and the fruit of all. The works of God are not true. Christians and are not saved for the use of the ministry is to call home centers from themselves to God use of every ordinance of God is to get or keep down Karnal self and exalt the Lord. Confession is nothing but self abasing and he must confess that will help the faithful and just God forgive him for he covers..
"richard baxter" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community
"In the end of his life. He'd sometimes preach But the law would hound him and he can never be in one place preaching for very long so maybe a guest speaker. Whenever somebody can have around for quite a long time I he could never get his own church again but the king at that time would die in a new one came to power and this last one he he let him off the hook basically kinda forgave him pardoned him of pretty much everything that was causing trouble and this this new king was trying to end wars divisions in trying to England past all of this stuff going on and so baxter was one of the people that got laid off now he had at one point sent over in that time he it's been eighteen months in prison over the course of those years he had had a time. And Baxter. There's one kind of problem we have to bring up with Baxter. And that is that. He chose to be a moderate and I think he chose it because he saw how the extreme way of life that he had seen in the other people had led to the English civil war and had all these bad consequences so he wanted to moderate. He wanted to pull back and he kind of sat down the road. The problem is people taking that path that he went down ended up people say basically he the seeds down that would lead to the enlightenment would lead to ecumenical. Ism would lead to all these bad things that would happen later on and much like the Salem witch trials. If you WANNA look at it this way that we talked about Joel and I and our revived thoughts deep dive much like the Salem witch trials kind of cool down the American spirit toward God. You could say that the English civil war kind of cooled off the passions of the people in England and they started to kind of go down a different road leaving that path and Richard. Baxter having lived through that he became one of those people. Who's kind of? Let's take this more? Moderate Road and other people jumped on that road and said well let's go even further and further until they kind of walked away from God in a sense but I think for Baxter. He just had seen the extremists of everything and he was trying to find a more. God centered path. That would bring about more of that Pinot the peaceful fruit of righteousness the fruit of peace and the fruit of being a peacemaker. He was really determined to just bring people together in unity. In a way that would reflect God because he had seen just so much of the disunity in his life. Yeah Yeah I mean and we talk about on the show all the time that we have this ability to have that hindsight twenty twenty right where we look at the effects that this person had in the following decades centuries rate and they don't know any of that at the time they're making decisions based on their environment and Baxter went through a terrible civil war and it's all terrible things and he made decisions on that and you know could did. He realize that his decisions would lead to different movements on the road. Maybe we'll never know what is heart is in what he desired for these things. It's really easy to look back on somebody into judge. Say See if he had just not done that right. We wouldn't end up here but you know we have no idea. He imagined his intentions for God were good. He seemed like he loved the Lord and loved vandalizing that breaching and I just think it's very easy to look back and go see that guy's wrong and I'm sure that one hundred years from now if we're all still here they'll be people looking back and go see this twenty first century Christians in America. Hadn't done this hundred percent this sermon that we're about to listen to from Baxter. He spends it talking about the things that we have to give up when we follow. God right too often. People want to have Christ but with none of the consequences and he talks about not wanting to give things up kind of really comes across as a sign of not being saved right because as hill. Say in the sermon. And make sense right. If you're a Christian that you'd WANNA give yourself up to Christ.
"richard baxter" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community
"For. He takes away from God's essence or attributes and still thinks he believes in God because he has left him his name and titles does just as bad as those who set up an image and worship that instead of God every episode. We bring you a different voice from history and a sermon that they delivered. Today's sermon was preached by Richard. Baxter we're going back to the sixteen hundreds in England. Joel we talk a lot on this show about people who there's just not enough time to cover their entire life and Richard Baxter is definitely one of these people. I wasn't expecting him to be. I guess I hadn't really heard a lot of who he was and so I just assumed he'd have a couple of bullet points and it would be you know quick and easy to talk about him but he's not and he's actually a very hard to describe guy and what I mean by that is. I don't really know usually you can say Charles. Spurgeon was a passionate preacher Dietrich. Bond hoffer fearless. But I don't really know how what were you could attach to Baxter. He for example he wrote over two hundred books. Devotional 's he wrote a bunch of articles but he never really aspired to be more than just a pastor to people out in the field very very small church in a pretty small town. He was comfortable right there. Yeah he got involved in. Some of the biggest controversies very divisive. Time to be alive but he himself. He believed he was a peacemaker. But I'll let you listen to this episode and decide if you think he's a peacemaker. Yeah like what you said about him. Just wanting to be a pastor like that's that's something that I saw several points in his life. Where like the dude? He's just chill like he doesn't have. He doesn't have a huge agenda. He just wants to minister to the people but it was funny. Like people in you'll see people offer him something he'll go. I know I don't want that and the later. I really regret not doing that. Why didn't you do it? Strangely relate with that so in this sermon. We're going to listen to. He talks about the nine oneself. And I think you can kind of see it play out. Sheriff Shirt Yeah Richard Baxter like I said mid sixteen hundreds he was born in sixteen. Fifteen would die in sixteen ninety one in Oregon in England. He spent most of his life in England. He comes from a pretty poor family not a lot of money. He was pretty poor growing up in. He didn't get a great education until he was able to get into a school run by John. Owen John Owen. Who He's famous Puritan and we actually have an episode on him in the works that we're excited for. But he helped get baxter going. He'll get baxter a great education and got him real interested in things of theology when Richard. Baxter came to the end of his education with John John in school He's looking for places to further his education and John Owen told Baxter that he shouldn't go to Oxford and I'm not entirely sure why kind of get the idea that maybe John didn't think he was quite cut out for Oxford. But due to that advice heat he didn't go to Oxford. He continued to further his education through other means but he always in retrospect looks back at his life and kind of really regrets not going to Oxford. Yeah Joe that's one of those regrets. We mentioned earlier. We I was GonNa do this and then I didn't and now I wish I had kind of a lot of his story in the Sixteen Forty S. The English civil war broke out. And I'm going to just stop giant Astra's Cure Joel and I from America and I think I speak for both Joel myself when I say that if you couldn't tell by accents but I think it would be for both of us when I say don't understand the single English civil war. It's confusing a lot of our speakers. Come from this era around the English lower and we've dived into portions of time but it is still a very confusing for us in the twenty first century in America. I know I've even watched youtube videos. Like we'll explain the English civil one five minutes or less than you watch it and I still don't know what happened so at some point we're going to do some better research so we explain this to you better but the main point being the war broke out. And he Richard Baxter was like I condemn both sides. I don't like either. The two sides fighting which made both sides hate him even worse than being on one side was being against both of them so they basically kicked out of church and told them to set up shop in a different town. He ends up. Having a mini famous ministers. Spend time in the new church that he starts out It was considered a safe place for fugitives. One particularly famous man was John Bunyan and we did a sermon on him. A few episodes back and very famous guy at the time. He would actually see several battles. He would be a chaplain to the soldiers. During that time he was asked by Oliver Cromwell and I do not know much about it but I know he was one of the big dog so that civil war to get position but Richard Baxter rejected. It said I don't want to do that so eventually. He was brought to London to settle the quote fundamentals of religion in quote in London. But I don't know that they ever did to get sick in the middle this. He goes back home to his home church. And that's when he ends up writing one of his most famous books saints. Everlasting THE SAINTS. Everlasting rest and this being one of the most read books in the sixteen hundreds and that's during a time when people are reading a lot of books yet. Richard Baxter is also one of these guys that he got in a lot of debates. GotTa a lot of arguments but arguments all of the time to and tell me if you know somebody like this. You know someone who I would describe Richard Baxter. Someone who's sensitive to their conscious takes takes their conscious seriously and rarely thinks that other people are doing things the way they really should be doing or for the right reasons right and he makes that now so he's he's always kind of calling out people saying. I don't think you're doing this reasons or I don't think this is the way that that should be happening in. It leads to a lot of conversations and debates and I definitely know at least one or two guys in my in my life that totally meet that description. There's there's there's one story about Richard Baxter where he was having a debate with a guy about baptism in the ideas of that day around baptism and Dane gauged in this debate and the debate lasted from nine. Am to five PM and there ended up being three thousand people that came on looking like look really invested in this conversation. These two people were having and so much so that the sheriffs had to come and get involved to settle down the crowds because the crowds were getting so into it. And we're getting so lively that the type of person that Richard Baxter was. He's the type of person whose whose opinions are so interesting to listen to that. It can get three thousand people riled up all of a sudden right and not necessarily you know he's he's not coming at people with anger swinging hammers. This guy that he was having this debate with years down the road they'll kind of collaborate on some pamphlets and stuff like that work together a little bit and kind of endorse each other's work so it's it's kind of neat to see his interaction with the people that he doesn't always agree with a lot of time. Something else and you have to understand about Baxter. The the way he lived his life his style of church leadership and pastoral work would end up being honestly the blueprint for the way churches and pastors would run from that point on he. Kinda put out a lot of the ideas and people would go back. And let's do it like Baxter. Did it and one thing that he felt very strongly about was home visits. He thought this was just an incredibly neglected part of ministry. He said that he felt half an hour of just one on one time with a person or family would do more good for that person's spiritual walk than ten years preaching behind the pulpit would do for them. History was in a rural part of the country completely. They ended up completely. Outgrowing the church to keep renovating or remodeling to make more room for the attendance. When he when he got to that town it was a town of eight hundred families and just a couple. Maybe maybe just a couple of. We're going part time. When he ended up leaving there were six hundred full-time attendees and he had this weird line is kind of a classic Baxter. Almost we're at the end of it. He goes six hundred people. Come but I I would be surprised if even twelve of them were really sincere in their faith and it's just it's such an interesting just outlook on things. He's he's unique and the English civil war. You know we. We've talked about the English of were a little bit in the trail. We know that he again didn't aside with either side And it was kind of this turning point in his ministry where You get known for something one way or another right in after the war he really wanted to get people back together. You saw this devastation. That the war had caused in the disunity. And that's a big deal for him as this this unity being broken over the war so he wanted to bring people back together and he got pretty well known for it in was doing an Ra job at the Church of England asked him to become a bishop but he refused and that then made a lot of people really angry and he ended up getting his preaching license as it wasn't really a license but basically he was told can't preach anymore right if you had a preacher's license imagine that you're reaching license in air quotes. Yeah he just ended up on the on the wrong side of law enforcement. He ended up on the wrong side of of people in power and so he was getting shut down at events longtime in again he he turned on the bishop because he wanted to. Just keep preaching the way he wanted down preaching to the people who wanted to reach the small church and he wanted to kind of keep going where he thought God was using them. I guess you know people say we have bigger plans for you. And when he said No. Yeah people didn't like that and so now he's getting fined for you know miscellaneous stuff. His events are getting shut down by the authorities. There's a few different occasions where his books would be confiscated and he just took all of this kind of ran with it in stride when he preached. He said that he never felt sure if he would be able to preach again and he said he tried to preach every sermon as if it was his last and I love this quote here where he says that he like he was a dying man giving truth to dying man right so if at any moment like he's he's ready to leave this world he's he's just doing what he feels called the do in the time that he has left to help other people that are coming towards the end of their time. They have left right. This episode is brought to you by Liberty healthshare my name is matthew. Belus I'm with liberty healthshare. Liberty healthshare is a five zero one. 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"richard baxter" Discussed on Conversations
"Order, great long strings of numbers, dismal, as well as binary one zero zero zero one one which was my favorite event for some strange reason. Putting names to faces list of words that sort of thing and strict time conditions. And how have you gone in those championships in the last two years, I've won the senior title for a strategy both times? I, I haven't starred as in on a world ranking I, I my best time for shuffled dick of cards in training was five minutes, which I was pretty pleased about but the world records around twelve sickens he'll by kid awry. Does that mean you're no risk to a casino? Will they let you into casinos as a cod can't counting on that? I could do that. And so all people who can pay to memory competitions have pictures up really knows they don't like us at all. So, yeah, I can't go and gamble, probably. But that doesn't upset me greatly whatever people say to you, what do we need memory four. What do we need to be able to hold these vast systems of knowledge? Now, when we have the internet to hold all that stuff for us. And we have the device now hands, that's one of the questions that worries me most when people ask that because if you use the internet, you look for something in particular, that you're looking up, so you narrow it down to what you're looking up, and you don't see the big pictures, and the Petain's and the merge. When you've got a structure light down. But also you're not lying down your networks. And I've been working with the neuroscientists any Roger at the university of Western Australia. And. This idea that our brains. We don't generate new brain pathways in euro pathways as we age is as been shown to be rubbish. They've got hundred year old people still generating euro pathways. Now, if you take the lazy way and just look up things, you're not forcing your Bryant to put your path ways, and grow the cortex and the hippocampus. And I wonder how much that's contributing to increase into major in some dimensions dementia orange of things maybe depression, too. I mean, there's a certain amount of fluid t- that comes, I suppose, if you can hold on to be done. Really? No. I'm not that good at memorizing things. Funny enough. I got my little tricks. But, but when you when you have that what they call flow that ability where you can reach and systems of knowledge. It's just like you got a library and you hit you can you can put your hand to a book. If you lock in your own head that must feel nice, it feels wonderful, but you also stop playing in a way that even looking up book won't do suck. Critise warned that writing would stop us doing this philosophizing and looking at the big patents. So if you look at one of the experiments, I did, which was put in one hundred thirty eight sisters because the people who biologically together in my past. I haven't don't know much about them. And I can't learn from them and indigenous cultures. Learn about talk about learning from the ancestors and the stories not about. So I now have one hundred thirty I chose my own with my husband day, which is our own ancestors. And you start seeing patterns and ask questions that you wouldn't otherwise. So, for example, there's one my husband putting Gertrude Bill. I don't know if you've heard of the, the. Archaeologist born in nineteen fifty six and I didn't fifty eight I just had to go to my memory pellets, and check that the film, the call Kidman was just in film better, the coin of the desert, but a lot of what she didn't push. It was filmed Lawrence of Arabia was credited to him. But she was this woman that went right out, but what's interesting in the memory, palaces, she's eighteen fifty eight eight six sorry I've got her wrong. I didn't sixty eight fifty night was eight Emily Pankhurst, who was in favor of women's suffrage years. Good should Bill, one of these extraordinarily this photos of it with Winston Churchill huge politically influence was against not only women voting was against universal suffrage completely share argued that this didn't appear in any of the films. This go to read the books on. She added that only people who are educated enough to understand what the politicians are saying should be allowed to vote. Now when you stop playing around with that, and the different characters that I've got round that same place in the memory pellets. You can't do that, if you're just looking up individuals, so I've got them in the context because I've got Einstein in their John twenty-third. They're all the same time comparing what was going on? You've been looking at the engine systems of memorization that we're implies for a very, very long wall, and these memory feats, I suppose seem like an exaggeration when you see them recorded, but the seems that they went to me. Met the Navajo native American people that you looked into and there, you had a room that they had some kind of vast Datta base of knowledge, that people ripe to retain their heads told me about that. Yeah. I found these difficult to believe. And I read somewhere that the Navajo stored a classification of seven hundred and six all fully classified gnawed knowledge about the only memory without the written word at all. No down a toll using these methods, there's a whole lot of indigenous cultures but they match right across the world. And that's seven hundred six of which ten will ball, the rose or fleas. Nets sokaiya was the only one eight all the wrist were for interest sake to no knowledge, for knowledge sake. So these are not just not just as a matter of practical knowledge, just for the pleasure of for the pleasure of it. And then they used if you look at mythology they used as metaphors. For stories about human behavior laws and rules and all sorts of other things. Habitat said there is some practicality there, so you get these stories that build up and build up and this stored all memory now that's just insects. All the memos probably thousand plants navigation laws regulations. You've got all this stuff all in memory. How do you fund the record of all this anyway? Then the Navajos knowledge. Well, I did a PHD on these memory techniques, and it was referred to just one line about this, and then I had to get the actual report, which was really hard to get universities. Have these amazing creatures called librarians can get you anything and it took them three months to get the report and it was as musty and smelly as anything when it arrived. But it listed that so you need to hold team to put together a study like this of scientists elders. Linguists. So you don't get many studies this thorough and it gave the complete seven hundred one in six and about H one, and how they matched with western classification. The medieval world medieval systems of memory, how much was a highly evolved memory valued that medieval Europe. Huge Lee respected, a lot of people like Thomas Aquinas, and that an his day were recorded more for the ability to memorize, then all things we know him for. So it was hugely valued and the design of their books. The men in your scripts, when they came out churches everything else was done. According and taught in schools. It's only since the renascent, we've stopped teaching memory methods in schools. One of the most basic systems for memorization is a pig system. Can you explain how that works familiar, pigs system to most people will be one son to shoot three? Tree. You learn that often then you associate with each one. One, one son. So if you want to remember, the first thing on list, your societas with the sun, the second thing you associate with shoot three tree associate with tree. But you've got to think that through they is visual forbids, if you want to remember something you've got to think, okay, that's number one. It's the sun and associate, it also doesn't have any action. So in the middle ages, they often used visual alphabets, which were the letters Ville forbid, but they gave them character or personality, or, or some object but they also talked about connecting things, so I created my own visual bit that I use all the time, which starts with a ereck ni who the Sabado. Yeah. The Spiderwoman throwing her web to be bird of paradise. And she's throwing the web over the bird of paradise who is being attacked by cat who has been burnt by drag. So I don't have to go back to the litters. I can just as I'm thinking through my list. I've got that connection of saying. So if you give me something to memorize on would be shopping, list, or something like that. Right. Right. So shopping list, if we wanted water, I knit web would be covered in Jiu. Right. And then if we wanted milk as will the bird of paradise tails would all all be tell feathers would be white. So I see this story patent and brings back the whole list, is it hard to do that? No on no. Because once you've got a dean, once you've got that list in this. So familiar to you and they start getting more and more character to make stories. And that's what works better than one son to shoe because shoe doesn't have any character. But a bird of paradise is very proud of his tail feathers. And so on us this whenever we do Burtless swimmer at birding use it for speeches and note, your brain will automatically go through the pictures, because you can do pictures and words sort of at the same time without interfering with each other. So, so you prefer kind of an alphabet system, rather than a number system ABCD, if Jay. From the on well with the numbers once you get to a live and you've got a problem. Here's what do you do? Seven heaven. You really up the creek at eleven and no for bit. But time you've got to twenty-six sometimes bird list with thirty or forty birds you can go back to the beginning because there's a long way and you can hook it on to the, the first one so yourself obit suits me better run about Peter of Ravenna. A scholar of the middle ages who created these kinds of systems. What did he recommend in terms of making these systems of memory? Hey, recommended vulgarity Garrett Garrity and violence are because they worked very well as as memory systems. It's very sad to admit your brain will do that fairly quickly. And he recommended that you use these vulgar images, but he also offered a warning that if you loathe women or can't control yourself it might be best to avoid vulgarity. So So would what you have you have. these the bird that has six with the cattle, something six violence will work much better? Not. And the dragon sits far to the next thing, whatever the is the other. No. Eagle rock. Okay. So, so it's better to use these vivid actions. More active more, which is unfortunate, but I tried to void this, because, of course, I don't think Voguly a toll, but I found, it would never have invited you on this. To be vulgar person of. I can't find because I was doing the cards, the faster I'd get more. These images say no trying to think of something nice and my brain just said now I've remembered that. Medieval will they use to the best some sort of some kind of a list of strange animals? Tell me how that worked the best res list, Venables and people often say, but they believed in weird things went they stupid. They weren't too tall. They knew what animals real. And what weren't are dragging Griffin. And hydrogen have you. Yes, yes. But they use them to memorize moral laws and vices and stuff, which I'm not that interested in, so I created my own, I started using the visual alphabet to remember people's names. So that if I met somebody who's known started with I dissociate Alice with wreck knee, but I found that there were just too many specially Abramson Jays this huge numbers. So I started creating a stray with the first two litters, and of all the common Tula so else would be I l an alligator and I create the story of two hundred ninety four animals and painted that I use for people's names. So now I'm meet Ella se, I think, in terms of an elevator, and I've got to somehow Societa with an elevator. Now the trouble remembering names is that you meet somebody new. Go into the conversation and not return the name exactly because you concentrating on what you say nixed what they're saying. Hopefully, so I've learnt if I make Ellis, I say to her. Really bad names. I've gotten a system and I have to share it with relegate now to the problem when I made Hillary because I have to do with the hippopotamus, so you've got to be very careful to say associate with an injury do have anything to do with your pa-papa's hippopotamus is really deadly creature. You did -ly the conversation going at this point, though. Really will as long as you say a deadly they will laugh. You've got that link. What about Richard? How does that work for you? It's ring tile. Oh, some possum to you use the overseas. Ring it has lots of ring, but I will imagine you with that ring tail round eunuch. And so you've got this thick scarf with the ring tales around it. And then I have a default for mostly like are my default is Richard. If I make Ricardo I didn't will if I need to add something else, like who's holding occurred or something. Do you actually have art for all this? I mean, because you need to visualize this animal, don't you? Or is it just in your head? It's in my head, but no, I have art. I just need to roughly sketch them, and most people get an image fairly quickly. I'm not great at getting images very quickly. So I decide I want to make this went to class because one of my great weaknesses. I do like taking my weaknesses went to class with the wonderful Richard Baxter in, in Kosovo..
"richard baxter" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"In December as well as well pharmacist, Ben Fuchs to get your year started doc any suggestions about Turkey day for people. I mean, we're going to eat the Turkey and have the mashed potatoes and things like that. That's fine onto the turkeys not fried. Can roast very good. And then of course, you're going to be taking all your Johnson. You take your rebound is her sports. Drink is one hundred. And of course, you want to be sure to take lots of antioxidants. And so you're protecting yourself against any inflammatory things that might happen. Nothing. Nothing bride. No, no process means no oil and people are gonna watch the oils. They forget this hell dressings and mayonnaise things like excellent sandwiches and things like that anything with manny's in it. Has oil. So you gotta watch that just don't use those things because they will cause plaque in your arteries and increased risk of cancer and talking about the different things that have to do with with thanksgiving and cooking and things like that. In terms of sleeping. There's trip to fan in Turkey, which is like a sleeping, and I've got an Email from someone who says I don't like to take prescription sleeping pills. What can we do naturally? What do you think? Okay. Well, again, do they need the ninety century? You just say wait for the bad stuff. And then we in our new have been fixed. We have a whole division which has to do with sleep. That's called relaxed and says he BDO with other things added to it. I think there's five other herbs attitude and some priestly hormones added to it. So you really really gonna sleep. Well, relax and said what about sleepy's because you still have that? Sleepeasy capsule. Absolutely. You can take one or two those eight thirty minutes before bedtime. I have a glass of water. And then just before you go to bend. You're sitting on the edge of the bed. Put put a dropper full that relaxed underneath your tongue the oil from our him FX, and you will sleep. Well, those things together just worked perfectly. Let's go to John in Virginia Beach Virginia. Hey, john. Thanks for holding. Go ahead, sir. George doctor. Thank you very much taking my call. Sure thing Dr. I've had Richard Baxter injuries. And I I'm taking vacation oxycodones, which I'm sure you're good. Hey events. I've been told that I shouldn't take great juice, and I've been told that. Stop a minute. Why why did you have twelve fifteen back surgeries? Why? Yeah. Well, I tell you I I heard school playing.
"richard baxter" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"As well pharmacist, Ben Fuchs to get your year started the dock any suggestions about Turkey day for people. I mean, we're going to eat the Turkey and have the mashed potatoes and things like that. That's fine. As long as Turkey is not fried. Rose. Hi bacon. Roasts? Yeah. Very good. And then of course, you're going to be taking all your Johnny essential nutrients. Take rebound is her sports drink who is a hundred nutrients in it. And of course, you want to be sure to take lots of any oxidants. And so you're protecting yourself against any inflammatory things might happen. Nothing. Nothing bride. No, no, process meats, no oil as people are gonna watch the oils. They forget that salad dressings as things like exellent sandwich. Is is in and things like that. Anything with manny's in it has oil. So you gotta watch that just don't use those things because they will cause plaque in your arteries and increase your cancer and talking about the different things that have to do with with thanksgiving and cooking and things like that. In terms of sleeping. There's trip to fan in Turkey, which is like a sleeping, and I've got an Email from someone who says I don't like to take prescription sleeping pills. What can we do naturally? What do you think? Okay. Well, again, do they need the ninetieth century away from the bad stuff? And then we in our new exhibition. We have a whole division which has to do with sleep called relaxed and says he BDO I'll with other things added to it. I think there's five other herbs attitude and some pre sleep hormones added to it. So you really really gonna sleep well with the relax what about sleepy's you? You still have that. Sleepeasy cancelled. Absolutely. You can take one or two those eight thirty minutes before bedtime. The have a glass of water. And then just before you go to bend. You're sitting down on the edge of the bed. Put a put a dropper full that relaxed underneath your tongue. From our him f- extradition, and you will sleep. Well, those two things together just worked perfectly. Well, let's go to John in Virginia Beach Virginia. Hey, john. Thanks for holding. Go ahead, sir. Joa doctor. Thank you very much taking my call. Sure thing. Yeah. Dr I've had team Richard Baxter injuries. And I am taking any medication. I don't which I'm sure you will. In any event. I've been told that I should take great juice, and I've been told take. Should take a minute. Why why why did you have twelve fifteen back surgeries? Why? Yeah. Well, I tell you. I I heard it school playing football college and professional baseball, so Alto testing, major shift teen surgery stuck okay? How tall are you? What are your way way a hundred and fifty pounds overweight? Doc. Nope. Did you lose any issues? I mean were you at one time five foot nine or did you always know when I was playing baseball. I was six feet tall. Wait. You lost lost to nature show. No. He was six feet is five eleven now. Yeah. Have you seen this time? Five or six now five eleven. Okay. So.
"richard baxter" Discussed on Psychedelic Salon
"Well they remove every electronic item in the house including clock radios and every bit of magnee magnetic media including his metallica tapes and he's cared and i think wait a second in a maidens kids are worse than i think i mean maybe they're doing something really bad seemed unlikely but nevertheless it seem like there were coming down with such maximum logged response so i got more concerned tonight and then there was a break point where i got a phone call from special agent richard baxter in rock springs wyoming the fbi and i knew agent backstrom i mean when i was in the cattle business he'd helped me get some some cattle back the been stolen news good hand with cattle rustling actually was probably only one fbi guy in wyoming in western wyoming he he was it and um you know i'd go always gotten along with him finally he calls me up and he's he's nervous as hell that's always a bad sign up front and then and then he says i need to talk to you and i can't talk to you over the phone i really don't like that he's going to drive a hundred miles north to talk to me in person so you know and i i'm still heavily affiliated with the grateful dead we're in a crimes have taken place i don't consider them crimes but thought chronic there's certain members of the federal government to do so i'm nervous about what is going to be and he he comes up and he's he's just he's quaking with with the anxiety about this and i finally get him calm down.
"richard baxter" Discussed on KPCC
"To reveal the entire mcintosh recipe in that the taiwanese would be turning them out in no time or at least that's what they told that the fbi and the fbi didn't really know what to do with this so they were diserted roaming around like the liked the brooms in in the sorcerer's apprentice uh sweeping miscellaneous lee in an agent baxter new through the fbi that i had attended something called the hackers conference which actually had nothing to do with computer crime it was attended by people like steve wozniak you know in the old sense of hacker uh but he they the fbi decided that may be the people who went to the hackers coverage would know something about this this uh a digital terrorist that was gonna blow apple out of the water and i had to spend two hours with aging baxter explaining to him what exactly the crime was before i could i could tell him that i hadn't been the perpetrator and and wasn't likely to know the perpetrator an and i i realised van i mean this was such an alice in wonderland experience i realized that what are we seeing was the first incursion of american federal government into this into this new place it sounds like this has become i can metaphor for you of people who trains regulate something that they don't it will you and it was one of those conversion moments where i realized that here you have you know clueless well armed insecure people roaming around in place they don't understand and that scares them and nothing good can come of this and and now instead of richard baxter we've got the entire united states congress uh coming in and and proposing uh to regulate uh someplace they've never been using tools they don't happen to have how did you first use a computer when we got it did you get it knowing that you'd be using the internet and using it as a way to communicate with people you'd never met north i guy had the i had the usual misconception about what a computer was uh i mean i thought it was a better form of white out uh or bore a bigger adding machine which is how most people first uh encounter computers i think i mean most of the computers in the world are still dedicated wordperfect servers and uh in all the.
"richard baxter" Discussed on KPCC
"Women and children essentially in in sort of a a nineteenth manifest destiny kinda way i've not going find out the sexist nature of that analogy go ahead i said it was 19th century and and you know frankly there were damn few women and children in cyberspace when i encountered it that way along with along with practically everything else besides smart white guys you can't dance and you know i may be a smart white guy but i can dance and i liked the company of lots of other kinds of folks and and so i was eager to make it a place where other kinds of folks could be comfortable well i believe before you started the electronic frontier foundation you were visited by the fbi what's if they want to know about cyberspace well first of all it another and there was any such thing and at that point noted iwr or at least i hadn't started talking about it that way but uh i gotta i gotta visit from special agent richard baxter in the rock springs wyoming field office uh back in early 1990s and i i knew agent baxter from before i'd had livestock stolen when i was still in the cattle business and he's pretty good hand with livestock theft but uh in this instance he was at sea he he's very nervous on the phone and i hate it when i i you're an fbi agent called me up on the funding and not wanna talk about wife's coming to visit and in be real nervous that's a that's a terrible sign and um but he showed up and he was investigating something that that he referred to as the new press thesis league uh which was in fact something that called itself the new premier fia's and that was just the be that was the tip of the iceberg i mean he had this it was somebody had taken a little snippet of apple apple source code for the macintosh roms and and was shipping at around in a copyright protest i would say and because of apples very proprietary behaviour regarding intellectual property and ended posted at various places on the net and apple characteristically had freaked out in a decided that somebody was about.
"richard baxter" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The taiwanese would be turning them out in no time or at least that's what they told that the fbi and the fbi didn't really know what to do with this so they were diserted roaming around like the lake the brooms in in the sorcerer's apprentice sweeping miscellaneous lee in an agent baxter new through the fbi that i had attended something called the hackers conference which actually had nothing to do with computer crime it was attended by people like steve wozniak you know in the old sense of hacker um but he they the fbi decided that may be the people who went to the hackers converts would know something about this this uh a digital terrorist that was gonna blow apple out of the water and i had to spend two hours with asian baxter explaining to in what exactly the crime was before i could i could tell him that i hadn't been the perpetrator and and wasn't likely to know the perpetrator an and i realised then i mean this was such an alice in wonderland experience i realized that what i was seeing was the first incursion of american federal government into this into this new place it sounds like this has become i can metaphor for you of people who trains regulate something that they don't it was and it was one of those conversion moments where i realized that here you have you know clueless wellarmed insecure people roaming around in place they don't understand and that scares them and nothing good can come of this and and and now instead of richard baxter we've got the entire united states congress uh coming in and and proposing uh to regulate uh someplace they've never been using tools they don't happen to half how did you first use a computer when we got it did you get it knowing that you'd be using the internet and using it as wear to communicate with people you'd never met no i figure i have the i have the usual misconception about what a computer was uh i mean i thought it was a better form of white out uh or or a bigger adding machine which is how most people first uh encounter computers i think i mean most of the computers in the world are still dedicated wordperfect servers and uh in all the.
"richard baxter" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Women and children essentially in in sort of of the 19th century manifest destiny kinda way i i've not gonna find out the sexist nature of that analogy go ahead i said it was nineteenthcentury and and you know frankly there were damn few women and children in cyberspace when i encountered it that way along with along with practically everything else besides smart white guys you can't dance and you know i may be a smart white guy but i can dance and i liked the company of lots of other kinds of folks and and so i was eager to make it a place where other kinds of folks could be comfortable let to before you started the electron of frontier foundation you were visited by the fbi what did they want to know about cyprus stay well first of all it another there was any such thing and at that point neither did i or at least i hadn't started talking about it that way but uh i gotta i gotta visit from uh special agent dare richard baxter in the rock springs wyoming field office uh back in early 1990 an and i i knew agent baxter from before i'd had livestock stolen when i was still in the cattle business and he's pretty good hand with livestock theft but uh in this instance he was at sea he he's very nervous on the phone and i hate it when i i you're an fbi agent call me up on the funding and not wanna talk about ways coming to visit and and be real nervous that's a that's a terrible sign and um but he showed up and he was investigating something that that he referred to as the new press thesis league uh which was in fact something that called itself the new premier fees and that was just that was the tip of the iceberg i mean he had this it was somebody had taken a little snippet of apple apple source code for the macintosh roms and and was shifting at around in a copyright protest i would say because of apples very proprietary behaviour regarding an intellectual property and and had posted at various places on the net and apple characteristically had freaked out in a decided that somebody was about to reveal the entire mcintosh recipe in.
"richard baxter" Discussed on KQED Radio
"And that was just that was the tip of the iceberg i mean he had this it was somebody had taken a little snippet of apple apple source code for the macintosh roms and and was shipping at around in a copyright protest i would say and because of apples very proprietary behaviour regarding intellectual property and ended posted at various places on the net and apple characteristically had freaked out in a decided that somebody was about to reveal the entire mcintosh recipe in that the taiwanese would be turning them out in no time or at least that's what they told that the fbi and the fbi didn't really know what to do with this so they were diserted roaming around like the lake the brooms and in the sorcerer's apprentice uh sweeping miscellaneous lee and an agent baxter new through the fbi that i had attended something called the hackers conference which actually had nothing to do with computer crime it was attended by people like steve wozniak you know in the old sense of hacker uh but he they the fbi decided that maybe the people who went to the hackers converts would know something about this this uh a digital terrorist that was gonna blow apple out of the water and i had to spend two hours with asian wreck baxter explaining to him what exactly the crime was before i could i could tell him that i hadn't been the perpetrator and and wasn't likely to know the perpetrator an and i i realised van i mean this was such an alice in wonderland experience i realized that what are we seeing was the first incursion of american federal government into this into this new place it sounds like this has become i can metaphor for you of people who trains regulate something that they don't it was it was one of those conversion moments where i realized that here you have you know clueless wellarmed insecure people roaming around in place they don't understand and that scares them and nothing good can come of this and and and now instead of richard baxter we've got the entire united states congress uh coming in and and proposing uh to regulate uh someplace they've never been using tools they don't happen to have how did you first use.
"richard baxter" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"You're judge will become your advocate but you must believe in him in order for that to happen and notice who the invitation ghosted back whoever believes in hamshaw lab perry's everlasting life notice that relative pronoun whoever john 316 says whoever looks to that cross whoever lasting life now this is the verse that was used by george miles when he went the witness to his brother john john miles was that taylor university and george went down to seem to talk to him about his salvation when he went into that dormitory romhi said to john were he was the believing in john's at how can you really know that that you're really saved and you're going to go to have an and and george said the john john 316 is that yes it what's your name in there for god's so loved john miles but he gave is all they begotten sign that whoever believes nam am she'll out perry's but everlasting life he said it was is it the lights went on when i put my name and they're on the other hand the great preacher richard baxter's that i came to feed than craze because i didn't put my name there he said if i would have read john 316 and i would've saw the name richard baths through their god love richard baxter i would have thought they must be talking about another richard macke stir because i'm so by he said that's why i love that pronoun whoever because whoever covers the worst of the richard masters it covers the worst of every body it covers any person in every sense in other words whoever will believe will not perry's put everlasting life it is god's law that makes celebration possible but god's love does not make it personal in order for you to personally be saved you must personally believe that it is jesus christ on that cross that is the only thing that can save you from your sins you must personally look to that.