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September 17, 1787: The History Behind This Significant Day
"Today is a day that every single child in school should take pause and be leads through and told the great american story of how we got here. Today is a beautiful day. There's a lot wrong with our country right now and i wanna take a pause to remember what happened on this day in seventeen. Eighty seven september seventeenth. Seventeen eighty seven was one of the most significant days in human history. It was definitely one of the most significant days in political history. Almost never before had this idea of self government been tried. The romans tried it in some capacity and failed and eventually became an empire. The greek strident and city states. But never before. Did a people attempt to embark on a form of government. We're the people were the sovereign. The idea of self government independent judiciary the ideas of freedom and equality in the rule of law that are the ultimate principles to build that society. In today's time it's easy to feel disconnected to the brilliant so the clairvoyance or the wisdom of our founding fathers or the framers september seventeenth. Seventeen eighty seven was the last day of a heated constitutional convention that lasted almost the entire summer and went from may twenty fifth to september seventeenth. Hundred eighty seven. It was held in private and and secret. George washington presided over the chair as the chair of the constitutional convention. Now we have some notes from the constitutional convention but most of the back and forth debate and the commentary. We will never know exactly what was set alexander hamilton john. Jay james madison. They were going at it. You see the articles in confederation at articles of confederation which were written after the successful revolution or separation from the british. Were posing problems there. Shays rebellion inability to commerce between states to mint currency. It became more and more clear that some form of a federal government was necessary. The question is what kind of government do we want to form now. A sloppy way to talk about the american stories say we had two founders one in seventeen seventy six and one in seventeen eighty seven that is not true there is an a divine connection between the truths of the declaration of independence and the laws of the constitution of the united states
Who Was Warlord Vortigern?
"Island of great britain was originally an island that was inhabited by celtic peoples. It was later occupied by roman became a roman province yet. The people who live on the island didn't end up speaking a celtic or romance language. They ended up speaking a language that belong to the germanic family of languages. The following story. A might have had something to do with how that happened. More on that in a bit the events in question date back to the late fifth century. This is a period of british history. That has some major holes. The roman empire had collapsed and nothing had really risen to take its place. There are many warlords and kings who vied for power. This was the period of time. When according to legend king arthur would have ruled so pretty much everything from this period is kind of questionable one of the rulers at that time was a warlord named voter turn. He was the leader of the britons in the wake of the roman collapse from what accounts we are told. He got to his position via a lot of duplicity and skulduggery supposedly. He had worked his way into a position of influence with the romans took advantage of that to usurp the throne the to rightful heirs. Were a pair of young brothers named or really ascend brosius and author and they were sent overseas for their education ford gern. Having assumed the throne had a hard time holding onto power he was constantly dealing with incursions from the picks and the scots and the north he was also dealing with the potential of an armada joining the two brothers to take back the throne. his solution to deal with. These problems was to hire mercenaries. Hiring mercenaries wasn't necessarily a bad idea it had been done throughout history with various levels of success. Forty gern contract out the work to to saxon brothers by the name of hen. Gist and horsa. They would bring in dramatic mercenaries to fight off the picks and the scots on behalf of the britain king in exchange for their services voltigeur offered this accents. The isle of janet to settle on today the island is actually a peninsula in the county of kent. Fifteen hundred years ago it was an island separated by six hundred meter channel. The saxon brought over at least eighteen warships full of warriors and probably many many more over time and there was something else that hingis brought over with him. His daughter rowena ruina was by all accounts very beautiful and iger in was spin with her
Religious Exemption Requests Grow as Vaccine Mandates Rise
"Religious exemption requests grow as vaccine mandates rise religious objections are becoming a much more widely used loophole against the covert nineteen shot this includes about three thousand Los Angeles police department employees and hundreds of Washington state workers seeking religious exemptions to the vaccine exemptions often involved a long time role that cell lines derived from fetal tissue have played in the research and development of various vaccines Roman Catholic leaders in New Orleans in Saint Louis called cove in nineteen shots morally compromised but the Vatican has said it is acceptable for Catholics to receive Colvin nineteen vaccines I'm Walter Ratliff
Britney Spears, Sam Asghari Announce They're Getting Married
"Breaking story at the top of the show. Britney spears and her boyfriend. Sam are engaged after nearly five years of dating sam's manager. Confirm this in a statement as page six saying the following. Britney spears and sam made their long standing relationship official today and a deeply touched by the support dedication and love expressed to them. Then the manager added a very odd statement telling us who the rings designed by seems like a little bit of a product placement. Garrett felt like i was watching the bachelorette or bachelor or something the press release confirming engagement. Just say confirmed together. They're really happy but then they went on to say or roman mellon v. I think i'm pronouncing that correct from new york. City is the ring designer. He couldn't be more happy to be involved in this one of a kind ring. So there's actually a statement from the designer the we just very strange to think sam's rep also represents the ring designer. There's something that's not quite right here. Here's a thing ruptured or something like this when the when britney's team and the ring designer putting out statements in what reality of everyone listening. Maybe there's a good what one to two percent of people that could maybe possibly come close to affording some some ring like this one of the kind ring like why even give mention of getting a ten percent discount. It's elliot while you just hit the nail on the head coach. I would predict. I know this is just speculation. I would predict the ring is free and it was given on the condition of publicity celebrities. Do this all the
Mexico's Supreme Court Rules That Abortion Is Not a Crime
"As the U. S. debates the roe versus Wade decision the Supreme Court in Mexico's declared it unconstitutional to punish abortion Mexico Supreme Court unanimously annulled several provisions of a law from co will Willis St which sits on the Texas border that it made abortion a criminal act that decision establishes a historic precedent and the head of the court says it obligates all of the country's judges to rule the same way in similar cases or they'd be violating the constitution most of Mexico's thirty two states penalize abortion in the heavily Roman Catholic country this decision comes one week after Texas banned all abortions if medical professionals could detect cardiac activity in the fetus I'm Jackie Quinn
Ex-Cardinal McCarrick, 91, Pleads Not Guilty to Sex Assault
"A former once powerful Roman Catholic cardinal has appeared in court in a sexual abuse case former Roman Catholic cardinal Theodore McCarrick is the only Catholic cardinal in the U. S. current or former to ever be criminally charged with child sex crimes he appeared in a suburban Boston court room he did not speak but the court entered a not guilty plea on his behalf to charges of sexually assaulting a sixteen year old boy nearly fifty years ago the now grown accuser told authorities that McCarrick was close to his family when he was growing up and that the abuse started when he was a young boy pope Francis defrocked McCarrick in twenty nineteen after a Vatican investigation determined he sexually abused minors as well as adults I'm Rita folate
A Look at the Early Life of Jimmy Burke Aka Jimmy the Gent
"Let's take a look to see where jimmy burke came from. He was born in the bronx new york so he never strayed too far from his birthplace. Like a guy like by the state up in plattsburg missouri. Why it ever got out of clinton county. He was the illegitimate son to woman named jane. Conway who was a prostitute was actually an immigrant from dublin ireland so he was a real irishman. He was the son of an immigrant directly from ireland. The name of his father was never known. The mother may not even know who the father was at the age of to the social services in new york city took little jimmy conway and put him in the first of many homes and also being some orphan homes or whatever they not enough they're calling orphan homes anymore they call them group living situations more than likely but a large part of his early years was spent in an orphan. Home ran but roman catholic. Church ran by nuns. They'd say that after she gave him up at age two. He never saw her again. Now as with many of these throwaway kids he was in a lot of different places the institutions but a lot of different foster homes. These people take in kids and some of them are good so mark good. They're just doing it for the money and and take a man for Sexual reasons so he would suffer physical and sexual abuse. In some of these different places he had a pivotal event that really shaped life at age. Thirteen again at argue martha foster father while drive a car that the man turned around a smack burke in the back seat. And we've all been there you know. Don't make me reach back there and whack you anyhow when this guy did this. He crashed the car and he died the disease man's widow plane burke and gave him regular beatings until he was actually taken back into social services in place with another family. The next one sometime. After that i don't know if was one directly after that but as sometime after that a family named burke which is worried in with this name berg took him in as a foster child and they had a he would say later. That claim comfortable and safe environment and he loved those people. he lived. daddy's teenage years on rockaway beach close to ocean promenade. You guys it live in new york city and know that you'll know exactly where that is and they never really stray too far from there either. Gone across the bay. Just a little bit said burke would never forget their kindness and for the rest of his life he would visit these foster parents on special occasions and when he started making some money start leaving large amounts of cash unmarked envelopes forum periodically. The burk family had adopted him so he took the family name and koeppen some say that he buried part of the nineteen seventy eight lufthansa heist some of the lute that was never found at the burke house on their property.
How Much Do You Know About Planet Mercury?
"Admit it isn't the sexiest planet. There's no atmosphere like venus. It isn't an object of exploration like mars. It isn't big like jupiter in. It doesn't have the beautiful rings of saturn. I'm guessing most of you haven't really given to thoughts about mercury. And i'm reasonably confident in saying that because most space agencies and astronomers don't really think about mercury either more on that in a bit i i should probably do a quick tale of the tape for mercury. Mercury is about point. Four astronomical units from the sun and an astronomical unit is the average distance from the earth to the sun the massive of mercury is approximately thirty eight percent that of earth. the planet has no discernible atmosphere. Which makes it more like the moon than any other body in the solar system. One of the most unique aspects of mercury is that a day on mercury is longer than its year. One year on mercury is eighty seven point nine earth days and one solar day on mercury is one one hundred seventy six days. Mercury is the second hottest planet in the solar system behind venus. The only reason why venus's hotter is that it has an incredibly thick atmosphere that traps heat. Mercury has no atmosphere whatsoever during the day surface. Temperatures on mercury can reach eight hundred and forty degrees fahrenheit or four hundred fifty degrees celsius. Whoever on the nightside of the planet temperatures can dip down to minus two hundred seventy five fahrenheit or minus one hundred and seventy celsius mercury was known to ancient peoples. But they didn't really know much about it because of how close it is to the sun it would only appear just before sunrise and the eastern horizon or just after sunset on the western horizon. The name mercury came from the roman. God mercury who was the messenger of the gods ancient china. It was known as the our star and in modern chinese korean japanese and vietnamese. It is literally known as the water star. The indians associated the planet with buddha and the day wednesday and the germans associated with the god odin and oddly enough wednesdays the mayan people associated mercury with an owl and thought that it was the messenger to the underworld
Here Are Charlie Kirk’s Favorite Scriptures in the Entire Bible
"One of my favorite scriptures in the entire bible is when jesus says and it was kind of a mic drop moment the bible says do not put your lord your gods at the test my favorite pieces of scripture. Satan hates to books more than any other books of the bible. More than its genesis and revelation. Why because genesis tells us nature and revelers revelation tells you how it's going to end satan getting thrown into the pit of fire. All of us must realize that as you get into this fight that you're gonna come across doubt cynicism all of a sudden deaths in yourself all of you are prone targets for satan to try to come after you. I don't talk too much on this. But i could just riff on a little bit more three ways that satan and tries to attack you through your environment the earthly vows and through certain flesh. Leeson's your environment who you hanging around or you're on people that are filled with the spirit optimism that actually wanna to pursue righteousness or people that are negative. People are worried about earthly and worldly things. You are the combination of the people you spend the most time with the five people you spend the most time with. That is who you are number two earthly vows. Jesus says very clearly that you do not make vows let your yes. Be yes in your. Nobody knows why is because if you try to make a valid i will never drink again all of a sudden satan knows exactly what is against you. What's the proper way to say it. Only thanks to the grace and mercy and power of jesus. Christ will never take another drink again. Let jesus fight the spiritual war for you. And then finally flush flash and sends it says varies a now call called satan. It's theologians are divided on this. The god of this world. Jesus never said that he said that satan is the prince of this world that we are in enemy occupied territory and guess what we have to launch a sabotage campaign against. Satan's dominance here in this world. What does that look like being salt and light and it says in romans to love what is good and hate what is evil and so i love all those verses by my favorite of all of it is in the book of titus from that mr jude. Book of jude. Where even the archangel michael himself when he goes to fight satan himself you know what he says lord rebuke you.
Stephen Strang on How God and Cancel Culture Are Related
"God and cancel culture. They're they're both kind of important but are they related. yes they are related. And you know how. I know that because stephen strang. My friend has written a book with the title. God and cancel culture stephen strang. Welcome thank you eric. I always enjoy being with you. I enjoy being with you. And you've written a this is an important thing. Because i think there are plenty of people who don't they very sloppily Push political suffer cultural stuff away from theological stuff. They don't seem to understand that. God wants to be in every single conversation. We're having in the culture wherever so how our god for those people who aren't yet sold on this hauer god and cancelled culture related. You know you touched on. A guide is central to everything. Whether or not atheist rag nas ticks just nominal christian say so or not and cancel. Culture has been going on for longtime one of the best examples is the romans tried to cancel christianity in the first century and they failed and there are people trying to cancel god today in fact i make the argument into book. Didn't cancel culture. That the real end result of all this cancelation which has been going on for years. But it's gotten worse. Lately is to try to cancel christianity and try to cancel the influence of god out of our culture and the end result. I believe is some kind of socialism. Communism and at its base is eight theistic and they have to get god. They have to get judeo-christian values out of the culture and everything and i cover the waterfront. I mean there are many aspects to this from kobe to twitter and two my pillow i covered all but i think it comes back to the fact that people are trying to cancel.
Michael Anton Says U.S. Should Have Made Afghaninstan War 'Short and Big'
"This is a good one. Michael Anton is terrific, right? We've had him as a guest on the show. Now, I think twice spent on my Fox news show as well. The pieces in the American minds called Afghanistan doing from the start now, Michael Anton Calls out the swamp but admits Hey, listen, I was in there he was in the national security infrastructure team. The Bush administration and also the Trump administration. But he's been in my opinion, a truth teller on these issues. And let's bring up the idea of revenge first, and we'll go into another point. He makes about how the left and the the the world utopians always like to celebrate diversity. And yet when you bring up the idea of diversity, and that cultures may view democracy differently. Representative democracy then it's considered racist. You can't say that Well, we'll say what we want, because it's not racist. It's factually accurate, but getting back to the whole idea of revenge is, Congressman Crenshaw said this morning, not being a strategy. It absolutely is. Anton says this These are quoting Machiavelli. He says. The Romans Machiavelli says made their wars short and big. Americans have taken to making our wars small and long. We inflict pinprick strikes over decades rather than getting the whole thing over within a matter of days or weeks. A better strategy right after 9 11 would have been to do what we did, but finish the job at Tora Bora and then leave immediately with a note on the fridge, saying, if you do anything like that again, We'll be back quickly. With overwhelming force. And we'll leave just as quickly. We will do that as many times as you
'The Coming Christian Persecution' by Thomas D. Williams
"Professor you have a book. I think you just let it out of the bag that you have the manuscript back from the publishers super exciting. The title is the coming christian persecution. I'm not trying to be funny here. What do you mean coming. Isn't it already happening if we look at what happened onto isis. What's happening on the boko haram in africa. What's happening to church. Being closed down by the canadian authorities the police in california. I don't mean to belittle the title talk to us. They'll give us a little bit teaser. Of what the books. Main thesis will be well. A teaser would be this. That i look at the beginning on what we understand by the age of christian persecution as so many people still today thank when they think of persecution anything that the roman empire i the martyrs and the coliseum they think of the lions they think of the witness of those early critics which was spectacular. The witness in blood but what they don't realize is the persecution that is worldwide at this point. How many christians in the world live under active persecution. Both authoritarian states and growing way in formerly democratic principled formerly former christendom the west in other words and i think that what they don't realize is that this is very very bad right now. The worst that it's ever been in history and it's not getting better for two main reasons. The drivers of christian persecution are growing stronger every day whether they'd be radical islam with they these still the atheist communists of of north korea and china whether it's something like the hindu nationalism that we see in india especially under narendra. Modi all these things. They're not growing smaller growing greater. But this is happening simultaneously with a lack of willpower on the part of the west to oppose this. We no longer believe that. This something the last acceptable prejudice is the prejudice against christians. And this is something where people wikipedia actually has an entry for This syndrome of christian persecution in other make fun of it as if this is something that doesn't really exist but some people pretend that it
Prof. Thomas D. Williams on the Fate of Western Civilization
"He's with us right now. One on what professor. Thomas williams welcome to america first. Thank you very much. Dr gorka dr g. It's always a pleasure. Thank you kindly. I'm gonna jump straight in with a very simple question. Is civil is western civilization. Dead or dying professor williams. Well i think that's the plan of certain sectors of our society and you judging from for example higher education you'd say yes because they're intentionally excluding it from curricula. They're moving east. They're moving away from anything that they see us too eurocentric. So there's definitely a plan afoot to eliminate that and also talking with today's young people from millennials down. There was very little knowledge of western civilization the way it was much more common a generation ago that being said western civilization will not die. Because we're not gonna let it die and there are enough of us. Culture warriors out there who believe in the value of western civilization and its christian roots. Its greco roman roots to be willing to get out there and continue to make that message now. Well i love that. I love that answer. When you say there are enough of us. Warriors for the judeo-christian civilisation. Some would say it's a very small number. What gives you that. Certitude or that that quantification. It's enough to get the job done or is it simply the fact if you look at the theology of old. We've already one. Well that's a great answer to. I think both of those are true that the algae is very clear that we've already one. Even though jesus himself said when the son of man returns will he find any faith on the earth question mark so there is that open ended question of which way will society which wiggle civilization eventually. Go and it's not guaranteed that it will go in the right
What Is Western Civilization and Is It Better Than Other Civilization Projects?
"Us through first of all what is western civilization. Thank you charlie. Thanks turning point for having me ny. I'd be remiss if i didn't also thanked charlie to being a newsweek columnist. So thank you for that and yeah great to be here. You know got dinner last night. We were joking about how we can possibly talk about how to save the west thirty minutes. So let's kind of dive writer and get right to the point here. So leo strauss famously defined western civilization kind of the ever existing tension between jerusalem anathemas between the bible and between kind of greco. Roman reason if you will. I think that's a good place to start a research fellow at the edmund burke foundation. Which is your arm zones. think tank. It's a home for kind of national conservatism. And we think of the nation state. The nation state is being directly derived from the hebrew. Bible actually the tribes of israel themselves going to be the original the og nation state. If will so. I think just recovering a sense of biblical identity and the importance of the nation state. In contrast to globalism in contrast to all sorts of utopian global ideals is a good place to start so it starts with the bible truths jerusalem athens and then obviously rome as well. Which is you. Don't more my good friends territory. Of course there's a lot there and so so rob. You have an interesting perspective on this. So can you tell us what does what makes the west difference. Why is this worth preserving and dare we say is the west better than other civilization projects currently or previously. So i would define the west. An not too dissimilar from josh shared as the combination of greek philosophy roman law and judeo christian religion and What's what's special about that combination. Is this view that a man and woman are at home in the world that there is that using reason we can understand the world and because we are part of a whole that is legible whole that can be discovered using reason we can also understand what it means to be happy as a human
Who Are the Pennsylvania Dutch?
"Journey with me now to southeastern pennsylvania the area around present day york and lancaster for this topic voted on by supporters at patriot. Dot com slash. Your brain on facts where you can get swag and bonus content and you totally should and i couldn't think of an intro this week so my name's moxy and this is your brain on facts in the sixteen. Hundreds most of the people living in that region were the native americans. The all gone quinlan. Pay the susquehanna knock and others by seventeen hundred or so. All that changed as the dutch and english try to lay claim to the land on either side of the delaware river a century after that settlers from europe horrid into the area and claimed even moorland. Many of these new arrivals were german. Speaking and they brought with them a number of different religious traditions. Although many of them were staunch lutherans and protestants. There were also amish. Mennonite and anna baptist be venerated the saints of the roman catholic church and used prayers and liturgical blessings for everyday activities when it came to matters of healing they often included consecrated objects and invocations in tandem with herbal remedies. Sacred symbols were invoked for protection of the family but more on all that stuff later. These germans in pennsylvania became known as the pennsylvania dutch. They weren't dutch as the previous sentence. Should have indicated so why the name the most common explanation is that dutch was a corruption of deutsche which means german. But it's at least as likely that it had to do with what the word dutch meant. At that time in eighteenth and nineteenth century english dutch was used to refer to the whole broad germanic region encompassing modern day netherlands germany belgium austria and switzerland at the time the pennsylvania dutch left europe germany. As we think of it didn't actually exist. It was an amorphous. Mass of duchy's kingdoms and smaller states. Let me throw a surprise third contender into the ring. Pennsylvania dight day ch- being the language of the community in question
Mallory Millet Saw the Human Side of Marlon Brando
"Have so many stories you so you were friends. Good friends with marlon brando Who grew grew to be the size of a house at the end. I mean it's the kind of an amazing thing orson welles. Dan ackroyd There's people that they just blow up beyond reckoning. You keep you try to imagine. Excuse me what what's going on over there. You knew him when he was thin. He was glamorous beautiful beautiful human being. I mean beautiful physically physically and as an actor. Sometimes i always wonder. What's the big deal about certain people and then you see something. When he was in. I guess was julius caesar when he when he does the romans conference room. It's gonna when. I saw that. I thought to myself now i get it. You just thought to myself. I never really had seen whatever that was the sukhois about him. I mean everybody knows. He's a great actor but we were you finally see like oh my goodness there's he's a genius But you saw the human side of him so in the late sixties. He's calling you up. You said during the break that you talked him out of suicide. Marie would call me and she'd be she say i'm up in san francisco right now and It would be midnight or something. I'm up in san francisco right now and marlins home alone and he's going to kill himself and you've got to get over there right now and i'd go murray is midnight is marlin. He's you know please mallory. You've got to go there now. You've got to get in your car and get up there right this minute
The Life of Julius Caesar
"Guys julius caesar was born in july one hundred bc in suburbia a city of rome. His parents were nobles in the city. They were well known but not rich as a young boy julius. Caesar started his education at the young age of six and learned important skills from his tutor. He was taught to develop excellent speaking skills and exceptional leadership qualities. It was only because his parents wanted him to become a noble just like them and even become a king someday. By the time he turned six his father passed away and he became the head of the household. All of the responsibilities of the house. Were now his and he had to represent his house. In the court of nobles at the age of seventeen julius got married to cornelia the daughter of a powerful politician during that time there was a fight between his two uncles. Julius didn't want to fight with his family members and thought it was foolish so to escape the fight. He joined the army and left rome while in the army. Julius fought many wars and became a brave warrior who started getting recognition in the army quickly began to reach higher and higher ranks in the government. He made friends with many influential leaders namely crassus who has a wealthy businessman and general pompey. Who was the best military commander back then. Influential means having power and wealth. By the time. Caesar returned to rome. He was famous among the people and was loved widely due to his victories and his good speaking skills by the age of forty he was elected as the console. Console was the uppermost rink in the roman government similar to a president. He remained in this position for one year then. He was appointed the governor of a province named gall as a result he was granted four legions. Legions are large groups of soldiers in the military who protect the cities and during wars fight
Exorcism: When Modern Science and Psychology Is Not Enough
"But you must understand that your unfortunately something of a rarity not just in the roman catholic church but in christendom. There are many people who don't go near the stuff they will send you to a psychiatrist as though and by the way. Most psychiatrists unlike you. They don't have this category they. They don't say well. We tried this this this. It looks like it's they don't even have that category so there are people dealing with. Maybe it's diagnosis schizophrenia. This is that there is a demonic element and they don't even know who might be able to help them with that. Well some things. Are i think in some circles. Darden to chase pope francis actually has the vatican's ask every diocese in the world to have an exorcist. Now they don't i think in the us we probably have maybe one hundred some odd exorcists so maybe half the diocese had them but so there is this growing awareness. But right and there's a lot of people say well we've got me on this because modern psychology and science can can explain everything but the reality is some things that happened or not says them. You can't explain. Naturally i mean. Look i have been in the room within I've been right next to people who have been manifesting demons and when you see it. It's very hard to believe that the person's making it up or they're just generally crazy. It really does seem like wh what we're talking
"roman" Discussed on Wrestling With FanBoy Mark Jabroni's Ring Rust
"Owns a a a and after forever from right here in sunny saint. john's newfoundland from album death and one with pain which imperative threat vast majority people for money to bank and slammer serie. Were in for probably still to this point. Actually come to think of it for a couple of days afterwards but probably still to this point as of you listening to this show. They're probably feeling something of those who shows. And before that jim johnson from his time in inex- i think actually may even go back as far as florida championship wrestling for biggie langston. 'cause i keep calling him biggie. And because that was the name used until they said we'll just call you big. 'cause i think kids how to spell langston or some excuse like that with i need five. That was his gimmick back. Then he took the oh king kong bundy gimmick of the five count and will. They gave it to him really. He didn't really take it and even did a even created a three dance awkward pretending that he went back to. Wcw when three count was backs as doing something he pops around his corner and says three and enough man you need five and walks away and goes back to the present again so they had decided. Well okay well. I guess we'd be two more members for three count. 'cause we gotta make it five count now and yeah so. I had some fun with that one. I might do that again. I'll see if. I got programmed into my phone to see if i get to do it again. You're listening to wrestling fan. Born march girona during rest right here and paramedic and i ever podcast sharing sources like iheartradio and sicher and i tunes and so in things off for money. Bank is the main event. Universal champion roman reigns taken on. Wb hall of famer edge roman tasks rate at our superstar around ringside smashing him into the ring steps multiple times with a methodical pace champion. Locked edge in a extended kinloch screaming that he could hold the challenger in that position all night if he chose to the. Wwe hall of famer countered a superman punch into a backslide for a near fall giving the first glimpse of hope since the opening of the match after the education the ultimate opportunist again nearly scored pin finally building momentum against the champ after the action spilled back outside the ring at the head of the table. Missed spear driving himself through the barricade. The challenger stopped the referee. Ten count and left the ring to spare the champion through a second barricade. Rains hit a superman punch. That also took out the referee when edge crashed into his knee with ref down roman rutted ring and broke office. You'll chair saying he'd teach the wb hall of famer. Listen trying to lock indie assisted cross. Phase deal opportunists reverse with a series of headbutts before locking into cross face with the middle of the usa does try to make the save but they were taken out by dusk. Rose dill with no referee. The match seth rollins ran in and super-quick rated r superstar before walking off. The head of the table went for a sphere but edge one of his own. I do referee head to run ended. Ring giving rains enough time to kick out. Rawlinson returned to the ring drawing the wb hall of famer to keep him from the ring apron and along roman to hit a spear to retain his title after match. Seth jumped into the ring to continue attacking radar. Superstar is before the two brawled to the back. So i guess. That's going to be a feud between seth rollins edge. I suppose i would imagine so. Yeah that's the money to bank. He didn't come out on top. But i think for the sake of everyone wanting to hear your seems on one more time you think you know me off sir. Way concern That's it for another show kitties. Check me out on facebook where you can keep track of all the news. That's right on the mark from around ringside to the latest concerts. See at the shows lady days
"roman" Discussed on The Bible Nerds Show
"Take a second to think of who mark is writing. His gospel to most scholars are in agreement. On this he is writing to christians. Both jewish and gentile living in rome. Shortly before the destruction of the temple in jerusalem we are dealing with the period of niro him burning christians as torches in his gardens. This is a very challenging difficult. Time to say the least board. These christians living in rome. it's terrible persecution. Add to this that they're in an environment where ninety nine percent of everyone around them believes that the roman gods have demonstrated their superiority over the god of the jews. You have to understand. When a caesar and a rome. The roman empire defeated and opposing army and opposing nation. Squelched a rebellion. They were doing more than just winning. Politically david declaring. They believed that this meant that. The gods of rome had expressed their prominence over the other gods and so these christians are in rome. And they're facing this dilemma. Because their king has been defeated by the romans. he's been crucified. And their god has been defeated by the gods of rome. At least that's the way that the.
"roman" Discussed on The Bible Nerds Show
"Who is more when the new testament was written how someone answered this question carried life and death implications. The official position of the roman empire was that caesar was divine. All of rome declared this reality in a triumphal procession. Welcome bible nerds david. Jesse believe that understanding the bible in its historic geographic. Religious and cultural context helps us see jesus more clearly love him more dearly and follow him more nearly day by.
"roman" Discussed on Dead America
"And welcome today. We have a great guest with us. Roman marinov roman is relationship coach. Which has been trained by tony robbins. Would you please introduce yourself. And could you let people know just a little bit about yourself and what you do roman. Yeah hi ed. Thank you for avenue. Means the days privilege so much. So yeah i am relationship coach and i had by trading with a tony robbins program. It's called robbins. A dads training and my goal in life is to help. People create happier lifestyle for themselves and with special focus on relationships. What made you get into being relationship coach. After he went through a divorce. That's correct so that was one big reason. I failed in my marriage and my wife got a divorce. So i had to head to realize that wasn't painful realization that i was actually sucked with women. I do not understand them at all. I did not understand how to build the relationship and how to keep it going. So i went out and started dating started creating relationships track. Dissing every tip. That i could get my hands on and i think i learned a lot so i felt that now. I could actually help people with it. Because i'm relatable and i have this knowledge. There was one thing the other thing said. I'm beat sat of self-improvement and tony robbins. Especially i believe that the self-improvement tools that we have available to us really really help us. And i do believe that we can help people with those tools. I thought that i could. You know us just be a great help to people that area and the third thing is. I actually moved from russia to get it last year so i had been a translator for fourteen years before that and after moving i said okay. What's find more what's next for me. I wanted to shoot my career. And i got into so this three things together. That's how i am now. Will that sure is a great way to get into the profession. You know the number. One thing that i say a good relationship needs is good communication. Why do you think we find it so hard to communicate with the one that is so close to us First of all ed or liberals knowledge for this understanding. Because i totally agree. Immunization is the blood flow in your relationship as true. i think one big reason Philosophical risen is that over time people build resentment toward each other and every time they add to that resentment they stopped talking each other or reduce communication and just with time it becomes like a snowball the silence in the relationship so people really get used to that silence as a result the next thing they know few years down the road it. Just don't talk anymore. They forgot how to do. It just really forgot how to do it. Because silence has become their default mode and on a more practical level so one thing that happens to relationship is that people actually use silence the silent treatment as punishment so instead of resolving their problems by talking to each other. A say ok. You did something that i don't like or you didn't do sounded i wanted to do and now i'm going to give you the saudi diss. This creates silence that that i was talking about. Yeah you know. I've been in a relationship. I've been married thirty five years together with my wife. Thirty seven years. Yeah is definitely hard Taking responsibility for our own actions can be difficult. How important is taking responsibility for our own actions in relationship. Wow yeah of course. It is a board and while saying that you know. I think people fail in one area is that they take. The problem is out there. Is that like if they're not happy with their relationship. The problem was that was the part they think they. Oh let's say they they don't cook for me whereas i want them to group for me and they don't do it see they look for the problem in their part but if they take one hundred percent responsibility if they are proactive they will look at themselves. They will see that is just a wish that the half and maybe it's maybe it's not realistic and what they can do. That can become a role model at exemplify the change that they want to see in the park. Let's say this start rookie. More and they inspire the partner by talking about cooking by showing how great it is to the next thing. They know very likely at her partner will start. So that's how you take responsibility for. What for your part in the relationship. That's how you inspire your part to be better another big thing about relationships. I ran across a gentleman that taught boundaries. His name is gary smalley and he does relationship coaching also and he pointed out that boundaries are so important in any type of relationship. What would be your process of identifying where your boundaries are set. I think it's pretty easy. If you are thinking about your own boundaries. I i normally take my clients for this process. Usually happens at a point when the relationship is pretty challenging and they are. They're even considering break up. So i sit down with them. And i tell them okay. Let's let's write down what's.
"roman" Discussed on Dead America
"Recently i sat down with roman mironov roman is a relationship coach and we had a very interesting conversation during this unique conversation. You're going here rahman talk. About unconditional love and invisible tubes. The love language also. The highlight of the show for me was when roman talked about how to turn your baggage into knowledge. This is a very interesting interview that we all need to listen to because we all have relationships and sometimes we need to listen to outside sources and this is a wonderful source to listen to. Because he's been there in the trench in that depressive time of divorce it's unique when you can talk to somebody that has went through a divorce because divorce is something you don't want and roman can help you develop skills to avoid those dark depressive times during a break up or how to avoid them altogether. You should really connect with roman and get involved with him. Let's not waste any time and get into this interview with roman good evening. good morning. Good afternoon wherever you may be around this wild wacky and sometimes disturbing hours. Yes that's the intro to the mindset. Podcast a weekly attempt to open eyes and shedding light on. What's really going on in the world. All done by ripping apart the media madness. That masquerades as news join me. Gareth davis every sunday on the mindset. Podcast you can find this show. On all major podcasting services such as i tunes stitcher and so on or you can go directly to the main mindset website that's www dot mindset central dot com check out the mindset. Podcast bring your curiosity your opinions and a sense of humor and remember that some world.
"roman" Discussed on Standing On The Shoulders
"Need an outlet for that. Roman says that our extreme liberal arts education and not his time studying plant genetics fed directly into the DNA of 99% invisible the same impulse that made him want to unearth all the cool hidden stories and genetics also few off. His curiosity about the surprising history behind all sorts of everyday design questions like how those weird Flappy inflatable figures came to haunt used car dealerships why New York has so few Alleyways, even though most Chase scenes and T shows and up there. Also how Freud chose to psychoanalyze his patients on a couch and not an armchair and the histories behind all the stuff we see every day, but we don't stop to notice whether it's billiard balls water fountains postage stamps bonds. Now Roman first started making his way from plant genetics to public radio sometime in the late 1990s. He was an avid listener of This American Life at the time and when he listened to the host Ira Glass cock, he just felt something click the way Irish spoke wasn't centaurian. It was just how he spoke with his friends. And so Roman made his way to the Bay Area intending to get a job in radio. I didn't happen immediately but a one-year detour into the tech World helped to fund a three-year unpaid internship with kalw a sleepy public radio station in the Bay Area and at a certain point Roman got to create his own show. So the first radio show that was ever mine was this show called invisible ink, so I kept the invisible things off thread through the you know, the my two decades of a career and I called it a radio Zine and it was just my take on the public radio storytelling and interviews and I just took With it, like, you know, like a punk rock This American Life and fresh air and I had a half hour a week and I put it out and that one, you know never made money had no hopes of ever making money or supporting me but discipline of putting something out of having a really a point of view program, like even though it was, you know, story-telling and there was journalism involved. It really came from a singular voice. He made forty four episodes in the first year all by himself. No mean feat it was like his own audio storytelling Zine. I think that's also a Hallmark of junk Rock and Zine Xena them, you know is like use this so like this is my point of view and I'm not going to apologize for it is part of it and and I kind of liked the homemade presentation of it that you could tell it was stapled by hand. And I think that was the nature of that original show to you could tell it came from a passionate individual and you know sometimes for the right OG That's super Charming, you know and 2005 Roman moved to Chicago. He had been hired by WBEZ which was the home of This American Life and the Third Coast International audio festival and he had been hired to produce ReSound a podcast that showcased International shows roaming calls it his grad school and radio and when he lived in Chicago, he became enchanted bow, the city was laid out he would make flashcards of the street grid and he would guess the cross street of every place that he went to buy 2008. He'd found his way back to the Bay Area to become a senior producer of a show called snap judgment a weekly storytelling show, but he was Restless. He wanted his own show again something that would let him explore his own interests and urban systems and design and architecture wage. So in 2010, he quit snap judgment and launched the show of his dreams 99% invisible the name comes from a quote from the influential American wage. Buckminster Fuller 99% of who you are is invisible and Untouchable Roman just knew from his experience in radio and online that there was an audience for what day was that? He wanted to make I mean, I don't want to make 99% invisible sound, you know, so Leslie calculated but I really was taking my years and years of I listen to all kinds of international radio programming at the Third Coast International audio Festival in Chicago. I listen to tons of BBC and RTE stuff and bought stuff from all around the world and then I listen to a lot of American stuff and I was friends with the people who made these things and I really was taking like I want to be 20% Radiolab. I want to be, you know, 40% The Memory Palace I want to take you know, like the radio for example of like following a you know, like a someone who like picks up detritus from the Thames, you know for twenty minutes, you know actually episode. Something that was talking exactly about that just the other day. It was like he was a mutt barking great. Let's do that. So like I knew that there was something about the nature of which people were talking about design on the internet was different the way that they would argue about things like fonts and you know road signs and they were just something about the the visual world that was now up for discussion online that I thought I could tap into in a different way and I also thought that I could cover design the way that you know, like Radiolab covered science or Memory Palace cupboard history. I like the intimate storytelling I liked using this technique on that lens off and I just go to felt like it kind of hit at this moment when design awareness was at an all-time high and hidden stories are always good and useful wage. Just really heartening when it connected and I had no guarantee that it was going to connect and there was really no path to what that would be in terms of a career. I just knew that was the thing. I wanted to make but it didn't it didn't immediately take off. I mean there was a good couple of years in which you were building your audience and that is you know, that's the sort of the equivalent of just churning it out. Like you've gotta have a phenomenal amount of self-confidence to just be like no I am going to keep making this and I'm going to keep making this and I'm going to keep making this not just be on seven episodes which is the typical fall off but no I'm going to do this for several hundred episodes wage before people are actually like willing to part with cold Hard Cash. How did you how did you do that? So I think that two things come into play one was I was a broadcaster for a long time before I was a podcaster and broadcaster, you know in this country. There is no like limited series. There's just like you get a show and then you do that show every week for the rest of your life or your canceled, you know, yep. Just the nature of broadcasting here. And so I had the rhythm of that built into my into my bones at that point, you know, like you could spend me around put me in the dark for three weeks drop me on Mars and I will know what day is the show day, you know, like it's just like part of the rhythm of your life after a while. And then the other part of it is just growing up in this Punk and DIY culture as a fan and consumer. I knew all the little punk bands that I loved. I knew that they rarely did it for the money. They released their own stuff like Monday 12 Roman had been releasing his own stuff to DIY style. He'd put out forty three episodes of 99% invisible which was expensive both in terms of money and also in terms of time. So he reached out to his fans on Kickstarter and raised.
"roman" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind
"Right. We're back, so so, Joe. What? What is the next organism? We're GONNA. Discuss here. That was made to to fight gladiators in the arena. Well It's not it. The next one is a plant, but this is going to be one of the main examples that that people often bring up as something that was likely driven to extinction by the Roman Empire, so my main source. Here is an article from conservation. Conservation biology from two thousand three by Ken Parade Co called plenty the elders. Sylvia first recorded species extinction..
"roman" Discussed on Focus On the Family Daily Broadcast
"The sound of a hammer striking spikes driving them deep into the wood. It's a sound conjures up a grueling image of Jesus sacrifice on the cross a John though sounds make me really uncomfortable because today is good Friday and we along with millions of Christians around the world are remembering what Jesus did for us by taking our sins upon himself in dying as a sacrificial lamb for all of us and anticipating the joy of Easter. As we remember Christ's death on that cross We have a very unusual focus on the family broadcast for you that you won't forget. This is a very creative look at Good Friday John You know it's natural for us to look forward to Easter and enjoy that proclamation. Christ is risen But how can we truly value the gift of eternal life if we don't understand the enormity of the sacrifice that he made for us so it's important for us today to reflect upon. Jesus Christ's death on the Cross for each one of us and we're going to hear from a good friend. Joe White he runs Kennicutt camps in Branson Missouri My son Troy's been there in this message. He's putting on the character of a Roman citizen back in the first century whose trade was making heavy wooden crosses used for executions and he is building the cross which will hold. Jesus. Christ as you'll hear a joe is a larger arena in Houston Texas and as we began. He's coming down the center aisle dragging an enormous piece of timber. It's a beam about fourteen feet long. Which is the state of the cross that he will build on stage as he speaks. It's really remarkable in here now. Is Joe White sharing a Romans? Perspective of the crucifixion at a conference called men at the Cross on today's episode of focus on the Family. Make another one in a hurry. They said gotTa have it today. He goes up with the two thieves from Hebron barbarians variance. They are scum of the Earth Barbarians. A licensed in their smelly dungeons and be better than this torturous. Death Been Building these death trees for twenty years and they must like the way build a Roman cross because they keep asking for by the by the hundreds they do swear by Julius Caesar they in a worse way to die. Jesus they call this man. Everything's been different since he stepped into this country. Two maybe three years back and now they're nailing him to a Roman Cross and even this has to be different he claims to be God. Head is a mouthful win. A man makes himself out to be God. We Have No God in my homeland of Rome but Tiberius. Caesar and everybody knows that he no God. Jesus they call him. I will never forget the look on my sister face. The day she went to hear this man. Jesus speak about the Sea of Tiberius. Maybe a two three day walk to the north and I will never forget the look in her which she returned from watching him teach. You thought she'd seen God in the words. The she told me that he spoke. He spoke words like no other man. He spoke worth like a man under authority. He spoke words like a man like a man who believed he was God in those words this. She told me that he spoke. I will never forget his long as he said blessed the poor in spirit for theirs the Kingdom of Heaven Wherever whatever heaven is supposed to be blessed for the Peacemakers for they should be called the sons of God and I don't even know him on father. How could possibly know what it means to be the son of a God? I'm not ju I'm not a Hebrew but I've watched these remarkable people for the last twenty years of watch these people and according to their belief system the Hebrew believe there is a god it every year every year this same week. They bring their lambs through that gate at a cost the city into their temple where their lambs reexamined by their high threes. And if the hype responds those Williams to be spotless. Unblemished that high priests sacrifices. Those lamps in the blood of those lambs will forgive their sins for a whole year. This man Jesus. He claims to be the lamb of God. The human lamb of God sacrificed himself. He says for the sins of the whole entire world. Believe that Doi- bleed. He's a sacrifice for the sins of the whole world. I don't know if I believe that I'd like to believe that. Because if it's not true in there's a God and he is the Holy God that the Jews say that he is out of the Gutter of Rome that I live would be headed straight for hell but if it is true if what this man claims to be about himself is true then maybe maybe even a Roman Cross builder. Maybe even have hope. I'll tell you this if you promise not to laugh or tell anybody that I told you so with this. Jesus he claims in three days the huby laugh after dying on this cross and I will tell you that no man survives a Roman Cross. It is painful any of the slow but it sure death. According to Roman Law to Rome with corners will examine his lifeless body after he's dragged down off this hedonist cross and they will sign his death certificate according to Roman law if they're incorrect in their assessment of his death and they'll be crucified for their mistake so he'll be dead because everybody does on the cross Friday and Saturday and Sunday is man claims that he'll be allowed on Sunday and if it's not true and he's not allowed you'll never hear his story again he will be scrubbed from history but if it is true if he's alive on Sunday in this will be a story that this world will never forget so. I don't know about you but I'm going to be around on Sunday. 'cause I'm going to watch with mass to see things real fees of fraud like all the rest so I'll be around on Sunday I will be around will end of drama but not into story and you would think in your irrational and twenty one hundred or so years later after going through Roman crucifixion. After having crown of thorns stuffed in a man's head in the mockery of one of the many trials that men went through being stripped to the waist and put across the state for the Roman flogging the most feared torture in the history of all man's inhumanity demand somehow surviving the Roman flogging with the cat of nine tails that would literally peel the skin off a man's back and chest and just figure face so bad I witnesses would say you could recognize the man after the flogging and indicate across the hill so awful to heal itself was called the skull and then to be completely stripped. All humiliation and have to Roman blacksmith spikes driven one in each of his wrists and in one down on his feet in hung for full. Cher's you would think that that would have been the end of the Jesus of Nazareth the carpenter's son. You would think would you? But frankly men to the surprised. And honestly the utter disappointment of the tens of thousands of cynics and critics who sought to bury this man since that day and that you continue to say in the following that followed him since that day. The NICCHI's tears Darwin's the linens the marks to Stalin's the Mayo's Osama bin Laden you name around the world those who've given their whole lives to Kesse let man from history. It was not the in in fact historians throughout all the generations and through all religions societies would agree whether believers are not that that one single day was the most watershed the earth changing day in all of human history. It wasn't the end it was the beginning was only the beginning. Fact Our missionary friends around the world men. Tell us today that every single day every single day around this world over one hundred seventy six thousand new converts to follow this man named Jesus who was nailed up two thousand or so years ago every day in Russia over twenty six thousand every day in China over twenty four thousand every day in Africa over twenty thousand Central Latin South.
"roman" Discussed on The Indicator from Planet Money
"Support for this podcast comes from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation helping NPR advanced journalistic excellence in the digital age. These days we think of the economy as something to be managed so for example if the economy starts slowing down going into a recession we want policymakers to give give it a boost historian. Colin Elliott says that is not really how the Romans thought of the economy. They don't seem to have actually conceived of the idea of an economy to me as kind of external thing that needs to be stimulated or that can become You know that can run rampant. That has booms and busts but collins says that the ancient Romans and did at least have a banking system and they did have lending and credit it systems mostly for elites for people who already had money and status Colin refers to it as a relational banking system the banking institutions. Were for the most part quite personal. That is these are individual families or even in many cases just individuals else who have access to capital or they have quite good social relationships but on the whole the it is elites that are that are using the vast majority of the credit system and that is because security in the Roman world is primarily land the crisis of eight thirty three happened under the watch of the Emperor Tiberius serious. He was the second Roman emperor after Augustus. And here's what you need to know about him about Tiberius. He kind of nailed it in. Tiberius is Quite distant as an emperor he spends the latter years of his reign in kind of voluntary exile at the island of Capri. He is somewhat disinterested and and Uninvolved in in Roman Politics Tiberius left Rome for Capri in a D. Twenty six collins says this created a power vacuum in Rome it especially among the elites and the Roman Senate the Senate kind of is is headless and is is acting in sort of confused and incoherent way. And so all these elites these senators. They started backstabbing each other trying to position themselves for advancement into better jobs within the Roman government for example Collins says that even though Rome was by yeah then in empire the Roman Senate still mattered a lot and there were a lot of public jobs still had to be done that were important in which also granted a lot of prestige to the people who got those jobs. For example there was a job of overseeing games and festivals in Rome or the job of managing the courts in the city or sometimes leading armies. And those jobs. Were only the middle rungs on this ladder of honors as it was called and then at the very top of the ladder was the consul ship and there were two Roman consuls. That ruled the the Roman state they had the a power called imperium which was really the right to give a command and expect immediate an an automatic compliance. They had the power over life and death of an individual outside the city of Rome. They could manage courts they called assemblies. They led army's they were sent off after their one year term in office to go and govern provinces so basically these senators and other Roman elites were jockeying for these great jobs jobs sometimes accusing each other of treason to the emperor and again the emperor was not there himself to judge these accusations. He was on the island of Capri and so it was all just a mess. And then some of these elite Roman senators as a way to target their rivals came across an idea they look on the books and some of them them realize that there are these laws that have been on the books for for decades. That are That are that require them to not lend it interest and also require them to to have their land portfolios dominated by land in Italy and they so some senators and other elites a landowning elites had just outside of the Senate are using these laws to bring each other to trial in hopes of knocking their rivals. Down A peg. This sudden force of these two laws which had been ignored for decades is what plunged the Roman empire into a financial crisis. Here's how settle in the bankers. who had lent out money? They demanded they be paid back on all of their loans immediately as they believed was required by the law the problem was that the people who owed the money had already invested that money in land so they had to rush out and sell that land to pay back the loans and when everybody is selling land at the same time the price of land of course collapses and making things worse the Romans who had lent money to the banks now also needed cash themselves to buy land within Italy so that they would be in compliance with the law except the banks. Were not getting their money back fast enough. So there was a kind of ancient run on the banking system. There was a shortage of cash. Nash Land Values collapsed. Fortunes were being lost and even more important to the Roman elites their status their reputations hung in the balance but wait enter Tiberius key orders a bailout. He makes a hundred million sister sees available to be lent out by the government to the elites. Who Need It? And don't worry one hundred million sister sees just take our word for it. It's a lot of money loans. This out interest free to fellow elites for three years so that they can pay back their debt. What they have to do insecurity provide some land as security to the state? So that if they don't won't pay back those loans The state would then presumably confiscate their land and it worked basically the bailout was an injection of money for the people who needed had to pay off their loans to buy them time to comply with the law which is exactly the stabilizing economic policy. That Roman leads needed from their main policymaker the emperor her so land prices stabilized themselves reputations. Were preserved. It's true that it solved this financial problem in in that it allowed elites to To pay back their debts and then private lenders were eventually found as well and the credit market itself Alf was restored feed as was restored but of course also the status of these elites was restored. And that's what this crisis crisis is all about. Colin says people who try to draw modern lessons from this Incheon crisis to argue for example. That injecting money into the economy when there's a bank run on or when loans are being called in or there's a bubble crashing. They're not necessarily wrong. But they're kind of missing the point back then. Tiberius wasn't trying to stabilize this thing. We now referred to as the economy. He was trying to help out his fellow elites and in doing so maybe reminding everybody that he himself was the most elite Roman of all and I think what I think is really important about this crisis is that we remember that that was its principal. Aim that was the principal. Aim of the rescue package. It was not necessarily to restore the entire financial system so into us sort of modern jargon. This was not a Keynesian countercyclical policy. This was bail out for the Roman one percent it was and it it was a status bailout. It was it was a financial base bail allowed but it was also a and most importantly a status bailout. This podcast was produced by Darius roffe on edited by Paddy Hirsch Indicators of production of N._p._R...
"roman" Discussed on In Our Time
"We find slaves winstons being downgraded by being regarded as lazy as idle asleep you all the time which goes hand in hand with the citizen being alert and bright and they're so this is this is a means of defining what the citizen is a free person at the same time as downgrading that slave to a lower level but let me point out the other side of the coin because we have in in the big legal qualification at the the compilation of laws put together in the sixth century ad by the emperor just in you know under the emperor justinian which starts off with a legal view by the jury's flow and that states very clearly that freedom libertas ruben call it is the natural capacity to do as you please unless prevented by lower etc in other words naturally crudely put everybody's free and then flown tinus goes on onto state but by the law of nations that we all agree to use catch you some people are subjected to the dominion of others is slavery so the rumors have the cake and eat it conceptually juridically they're perfectly aware that naturally everybody isn't that freedom box but there is a different practice coming in to stop it out that's great thank you that's on the media's mild in the third century for two hundred eighty am romans were tell that they had to be christians and someone did and then became the roman empire and the holy roman empire and the holy roman catholic church and how did the idea of slavery or did it carry on integrates unity at the time and afterwards so we know that early christian communities counted many slaves next lives among their members which is probably not specific clean issue about christianity but perhaps is typical of beliefs roman society where the slaves the free and the free board rub shoulders together and it's clear that the christian message like like much greco roman philosophy had contained a message of universalism that might have developed into a critique of slavery and there were certainly some early christian thinkers who tweeted the idea and the slavery was consistent with god's message but it seems that the christian community has a ho very quickly.
"roman" Discussed on In Our Time
"Defect in and so among other things it says that if you were to purchase a slave woman and discover that she was bayram that does kind as a defect and you would be allowed to to claim a refund if you haven't been told miss advance just cleared that they they treat the slave population as something that resorts that could reproduce it self those so well organized live market of very definitely right there is in fact brings me to my the third significant source of slaves so as soon as you come out if i even beings and create a market and then which is quite sophisticated panmediterranean you create an opportunity for entrepreneurs right so there are clearly men organizations who engaged in slaving and some of that is moving slaves that had been produced by conquest but it's quite clear there we're also entrepreneurs who are praying vulnerable populations people in transit essentially abducting people and then you if you're abducted on the road somewhere in africa if i wish you wait till this item mediterrania of the mediterranean to somewhere like syria there's no one there who's now who knows that you are a free person so i can treat you as a slave and sell you on there and then there are other sources we know that is common in many places in the roman empire to expose some unwanted children and it seems that one of the things that happened these exposed children is if i get taken in raised to slaves there are situations of hardship in which parents sell their children into slavery and exceptional cases where an individual might even south himself into slavery to somebody wealthy never moon it can we would impacted this huge influx have on the roman zoo are there the roman let's call them peasants but also other romans who suddenly faced this arm ale exarmy slaves taking on important jobs without much talking about roman italy and central italy in the city of rome is that's where the greatest impact can be seen certainly in the period where the system is developing so the late republic with these enormous concrete.
"roman" Discussed on Great Big History Podcast
"Hello welcome back my name is dr christopher area and this is great big history could big history podcast in this episode we're gonna talk about uh the roman republic starting with the roman army the legion the roman army is a legion and it's the best fighting unit in the ancient world it will conquer everything from the desert's of mess batavia to the coasts of portugal from the hills of northern yorkshire and england all the way down to the sahara and we'll be able to fight in all of those different terrains and win the legion isn't unit of five thousand people give or take and it was considered to be an independent armenia was its own thing like a division is today and they fought with the sword in the shield and what that meant was instead of the spear which we talked about with the greeks the romans are going to have to spread out because you can't use a sword and be close you'll hit the person next to you so they have to spread out so there's a lot more air in the legion also you had to be able to be independent as a soldier so you're shield unlike the greek failings we are protecting the man next to you in the legion you are you you're shield protect you you were an independent fighting soldier this means that you need training and you need discipline and the the romans from timetotime are going to be ruthless in both their training and their discipline.
"roman" Discussed on Knowing Faith
"For roman catholic faith is first and foremost the faith of the roman catholic church which you give to you as a follower of christ in the church so for example um j t let's say you had never been baptized and you left village church and you converted to roman catholicism so you would go through this lengthy process of of preparing you for salvation and and you would then come to the sacrament baptism and immediately before you would be baptized the priest to the bishop would ask you this question what you ask of the church in your response would be fate so you are reliant upon your dependent upon the gift of faith the come through the catholic church which gift b and ground your own faith in jesus christ now we as protestants will have anything like that is way no built faith for for catholics is is a gift from the church and kharafi it it's something that god blesses those with prompt in of through his word and through his spirit and also another major difference is for catholic you can lose faith break that that fate can be lost their salvation committee lost and i know what the village like just that my churches sojourn we we believe that is a genuine believers and never lose their fate can never fall away from celebration but will certainly remain in christ and be redeemed in the end so that's another major difference when it comes to fate.
"roman" Discussed on Cheap Heat
"But um since he can guess on should were too much what do you think he can work i mean you said he was doing some work right now like i mean he's durie's is is is used these working university the ita styles but i mean he just can't be evil marie the thing and by the way his cheat in to win in this was ropes was a feat on the ropes okay no and it's it's no a babyface bob um very interesting here very interesting uh what about smack down greg we spent our entire show practically um talking about raw obviously not a ton of time on smack down um any major take takeaways from smack down this week are we get you speaking of john seena roman reigns match that we're going to get at no mercy wigan again another huge match all smack down next week to rent your in verses on shinsegei not more willing goes on the challenge gender mojo also adapt that shocked me that that was going to happen on free tv you know let alone so early randy insurance card yeah we get that next week on yup and and they tired yesterday and have a match next week yeltsin shouldn't skate encino were free and shinsegei in order for a nice to see i mean listen i just it's nice to see randy doing something i mean i will say it's nice to see him doing something that matters but like it matter it's so arbitrary i'm like just so sick of rko out of nowhere like i i want randy's character like i just feel like these are wasted years like randy's an all time hill is obviously a first ballot hall of famer you know.
"roman" Discussed on Sam Roberts Wrestling Podcast
"You know you go back one of the first podcast that i did that really caught steam was the interview that roman reigns did that was published right after the royal rumble that he won but was done right before the royal rumble 81 where you know he has been pretty honest but he was coming across like a like a villain and i'm not saying this isn't it this is an aide to roman reigns he'll but let roman reigns be roman reigns he was on twitter and sports illustrated did this video right with a going around and they're asking people why do you hate roman reigns and it's a bunch of dudes grown men that are talking about why they hey roman reigns and roman quotes this video on twitter and he writes just a question for the kids out there when you grow up do you want to be more like me or the guys in this video and then the crying laughing emojis and what a response just disdain for the people that are taking time out to talk about uh how roman reigns sucks he's not sitting there going like well our fans have freedom of speech in it's all good he sitting there going like screw these guys doors who would be these guys sock that's the guy that we kinda need to see on tv you know i wanted to see on monday night roman step up to the plate when they started chanting undertaker roman reigns should grabbed their migin said yeah i retired him just get that heat you know 'cause you could say will roman reigns is a good guy but those lines are very very blurred.
"roman" Discussed on Kickass News
"He was a ted main stage speaker in 2015 and his ted talk is currently the most popular ted talk about design with nearly four million views he's also cofounder of radio tokia a collective of groundbreaking independent podcasts including among others criminal the illusionist the memory palace west wing weekly the new podcast ear hustle and roman own new venture called what trump can teach us about khan law roman thanks for coming on the podcast thanks so much for having me chretien well i've been listening to ninety nine percent invisible for gosh probably at least three or four years now in fact i would say that you're one of the reasons i got into podcasting myself oh thank you so much it you tell these wonderful little stories that somehow relate to design for anyone who hasn't listened it it covers the often overlooked aspects of the built environment not just strictly architecture give us just quickly a few examples of ninety nine pi stories well i tend to take a really broad view of what design is so anything that's been meal made by human and how that reflects on us as humans is a nine ipi story so we go from anything from minute to like the design of toothbrushes it was really early episode i am kind of obsessed with the design of flags so i i talk about that occasionally and um and you know in bigger things so the most recent episode um that i released during a recording time a couple of days ago was about the graphic design of the mexico sixty eight olympics and how it was used by the government sport the olympics and also used by the protesters who were some you know protesting the government there and so it's a it the way into the story is a design thing but usually it broadens out very wide to tell you a bigger story about the world we live in in the world that you we make as humans collectively.
"roman" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"Was get the name roman reigns actually you know no mike i don't think many people as many people of ever asked with his your name en su w was we went through like a difference fraser was roman lay hakim me and then it was just way for a while and we had a dual weird spelling because layout _q's morrow name in so my first man that's my yeah that's my and my first name it's lay out to the eric use proper or no skinny lets his proper so we just play with them and find i knew i wanted roman highlights roman i just wanted roman only um and there i know you need you knew the last name and there's actually another guy en su w by the name of calvin ran spurs starter like like ryan might playing drop and day i believe released on an as well in the start is good my alas brother sorry roman reigns us on if you're getting a is so they're light are jimmy for five different names an they're like okay will go with i was like going through it an um cory greats he was down that's who don't you still working on time no i was actually one of my good but is in our famous aren't really good friends it's all music or julian send roman reigns but if you start it you know like reigns like like like and owns a role right and they're you're on the in total hill names and that was signed off on before you got to double be was that still await every about your conference gone everything in that's a by that time bill tomorrow was there that the the hosts which was going to i was a does a curry zoom time they're such as rested of it and it's yeah but their cool turn instance our time and worked out so well that we kind of dodged like the to have the door to the actual moves but like when they released him doctor tom.