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What Was the United States Built On?
"This country was built on Let me tell you what this country was built on This country was built on ideas that were never ever established in any form of government Not Athens not Rome none Not Britain even Even though our framers borrowed ideas from Britain they wanted to be distinct and different for Britain And they borrowed great ideas from the greatest philosophers from the judeo Christian marls A lot of ideas because they were starting this country anew And they struggled with this issue of slavery They struggled to the point that their children and grandchildren fought a Civil War I suppose they didn't have to fight a Civil War But they did In the vast majority of those who fought the Civil War both foreign against were white not all but the vast majority Let's talk about the union for a moment In this white foundational creation of the United States and this white dominant culture Why would men from the north Who didn't own slaves Who had nothing to do with slavery Support abolition Even if they were neutral in the issue I had given it much thought Many of them never met a slave They know nothing about slaves Why would they put their lives on the line and fight that
Bishops OK Communion document, avoid direct rebuff to Biden
"Hi my cross your reporting Catholic bishops approve a communion document while avoiding a directory buff to president Joe Biden meeting in Baltimore the U. S. conference of Catholic bishops approved of the first major statement of communion in fifteen years defending the unborn but stopping short of sanctioning a ban on communion for politicians such as president Joe Biden who support abortion rights bishop Michael Burbidge was never the intention to target any individuals or group of individuals the document was approved on a two twenty two to eight vote with bishop Joseph Strickland among the dissenters from the people that I hear from that I'm sure that it's for most of us the scandal factor is quite significant my name is set at a recent private meeting in Rome pope Francis told him to continue receiving communion hi Mike Rossio
Biden Says Pope Francis Called Him a Good Catholic
"Get to. I want to start with the globalists scenic tour throughout Europe. Now, I spent about an hour researching at this this morning and I found very little coverage about this. It was just kind of almost it was coverage as if this was the Emmys, or if it was the Oscars. It was like here's who showed up, here's what they wore. Here's how they wore their mask and the only questions reporters asked is who are you wearing? You know, what sort of fashion icon? Are they, are they, I guess advertising. So it started in Rome with the G 20 summit. Now these summits are largely a waste of time. It is nothing more than political theater. Joe Biden met with the Pope for an unusual amount of time. There is some Internet suspicion that there might have been something that happened in that meeting. We're going to do our own independent reporting until we kind of go through mentioning that one, but it's very strange meeting between Joe Biden and the Pope. And then the Pope comes out and he says, no, actually Joe Biden said with the Pope said, I don't think the Pope actually set up. He said, he had a Pope just wants to say, I'm such a great Catholic. Which I find very interesting for someone who is okay with a million abortions a year every single year how the Pope could call him a good Catholic, but I am not Catholic, therefore I'm not going to say much else about this Pope. You guys can email me your thoughts freedom at Charlie Kirk dot com for faithful Catholics out there that have opinions of what he has been doing or his certain perspectives. And so that's what it started in Rome, and now they're in Glasgow, Scotland. And so they all flew from Rome to Glasgow for a climate change event. So the most obvious first question is, why did they stay in Rome? Or they needed a real venue change? Why did they go to Naples or Florence? They could have just took a bus. Instead, they had to load up on private planes, and fly all the way to Glasgow, Scotland for the continuation of the internationalist climate change conference. And so Biden has been pushing for a borderless society while he was in the Vatican one of the most militarized walled off communities in kind of nations on the planet. And then he gets in a private jet, Air Force One and flies to
G20 leaders toss coins into Trevi Fountain
"Leaders of the world's biggest economies have taken in the sights of the Emerald City visiting Rome's Trevi fountain before getting back to the hard work of putting out a final statement on climate change as the water goes behind the wheel the group of twenty leading each posted coming into the enormous provokes our content in the backdrop of many a movie most famously Fellini's la dolce vita legend has it that if you throw a coin into the fountain you'll return to Rome not all members of the G. twenty participated in the coin toss notably absent was president Joe Biden the accumulated coins all regularly scooped out of the fountain and given to charity I'm Charles de Ledesma
Biden, Europeans take up Iran nuclear program in Rome talks
"As well as leaders meeting ran for the G. twenty summit president Joe Biden will discuss with European allies how best to deal with Iran president that he thought you needed a minute ago if you arrived at the summit Bijan will sit with the leaders of Germany France and Britain to discuss strategy with Iran hopes are on a diplomatic resolution however plans will be discussed on what to do if Iran declines to return to the negotiating table by Dan is trying to revive the twenty fifteen nuclear deal so that Iran holds itself it's towards building a potential nuclear weapon unlike with the previous US administration this time the US and Europeans all have a similar outlook compute point on how best to contain Iran's nuclear ambitions I'm Karen Thomas
Biden tells Macron the handling of French submarine contract was "clumsy"
"On his first full day in Europe president Biden's been working to patch up things with America's oldest ally France was furious last month when the U. S. and Britain worked out a secret submarine deal with Australia leaving Paris in the lurch and complaining about being misled what happened was to use a phrase for meeting in Rome the president did not apologize to French leader Emmanuel McCrone but conceded the deal was not done with a lot of grace saying he thought France had been told about it McCrone says they clarified what needed to be clarified what really matters now is
When Popes and presidents meet
"President Joe Biden is meeting with pope Francis at the Vatican where the world's two most notable Roman Catholics plan to discuss the coded nineteen pandemic climate change and poverty White House press secretary Jen Psaki says she expects a warm and constructive dialogue between the two leaders I think there's a great deal of agreement and overlap with the president and pope Francis on a range of issues poverty combating the climate crisis and ending the pandemic national security advisor Jake Sullivan says the president and pontiff would meet privately then hold wide talks Biden's visiting Rome I'm in Glasgow Scotland for back to back some its first the
Tens of thousands demonstrate in Rome against neo-fascists
"Tens of thousands of union members and other Italians gathered in Rome to stand up against rising fascism the week off the right wing extremists forced their way into the headquarters of Italy's most powerful labor confederation while protesting a covert nineteen certification requirements for work places the head of the CGIL union confederation led the protests with other labor leaders under the slogan never again fascism organizer is to put the crowd assembled in front of the St John Lateran basilica for the protest a hundred thousand strong some participants waved flags reading seedbox a direct retort to the protesters armed with sticks and metal bars who trashed C. G. I. els Rome headquarters on the ninth of October they
Biden to meet the pope at the Vatican this month
"President Biden will meet with pope Francis later this month the president will start a five day trip through Italy and the UK in the Vatican City the White House says he and the pope will talk about the virus pandemic climate crisis into poverty the president's Roman Catholic and attends mass every weekend but some Catholic leaders have criticized his backing of gay marriage and abortion rights and a number of bishops this year debated denying him communion but eventually backed off the president will later head to the G. twenty summit in Rome and then you when climate conference in Scotland Sager
Professor Victor Davis Hanson Discusses His Latest Book 'The Dying Citizen'
"Welcome back to America first with professor Viktor Davis Hansen. Professor the book is titled the dying citizen. Let's spend a few minutes on the importance of this concept because in an age where civics seems to be dead where your far more likely is a teenager to be taught that America is the problem, not that citizenship is essential for the healthy functioning of any nation, especially republic. Will you give us the prey, the cliff notes on citizenship and why it is the bedrock of western civilization? Yeah, I try to point out that we think we take it for granted. But in the 7000 year history of civilization, it came very late, 2500 years ago in Greece and then later in Rome, and then through Europe with starts and halts and ends and a checkered history. And now we have it because the natural condition of man apparently was to be a serf or a slave or a subject, but a citizen that asked a lot of a person, they have to elect their own officials. They have to keep them accountable. They have to make their own budgets and expenditures. They choose when to fight and when not. And so it requires a lot of responsibilities in exchange for these unique rights. And it's fragile. There's a 190 nations in the world today, and I think you could be charitable to say 90 of them are constitutional societies, most or not. And they were not in history. And this country is the longest surviving constitution republic. Of the republics or democracies that survive today. And in the book, I try to suggest that historically, if you look at these systems, you have to have a middle class, and we're losing it. We know that. Now with this erosion and wages again that had been arrested the last four years, it's imperiled more
Actor Antonio Sabato Jr. On His New Film 'God's Not Dead: We the People'
"Guest is antonio salvato junior. I have to lead with something stupid. Tony forgive me man. Thank you very very much for having me on your show. That's fun people magazine. Always wrong so that they were wrong about it. They were should've put. I know they were gonna put me in. But you know what i wasn't willing to grease the palms you know what i'm saying otherwise. Ibm there. i'd be in there. Come on all right so seriously. You know have a background. I mean you've got an amazing story. You grew up in rome and immigrated to the united states of america became an american citizen. You've had a successful career as an actor as a model and now you're in a film which is why you're here today that i'm really excited about. Tell us about this film. Because i actually was going to say that. We need to be inspired. We're going through tough times in america and people need to know what i do. What am i. What is my job today. As an american things are going to hell in handbasket. our liberties being challenged. What do i do. I want to say to people. If you don't have time to read my books about heroes you can watch film and this is what we're this is why you're here. Yeah well god is not dead people. It's it's a. It's a movie than it needs to be seen by everyone by the world. Especially the american people go. God's not dead dot com purchase tickets because these this is only going to be out for a few days. The beginning of october the fourth or fifth and sixth so go to god's dot net dot com and then gave tickets because there's certain times in entertainment world where you have a movie that is gonna impact a lot of lives and right now. Our freedom is being taken away slowly but surely in this country's turning out to be a socialist country and that's a very dangerous place to be because first of all you give too much power to government make decisions for you and all of a sudden they take advantage of you. It take your money and they do absolutely nothing in return. That's that's communism and the socialist attack more. It's worse than doing nothing in return they take your money and use it against you which is really horrifying.
Immigration Is What Funnels Money to the Vatican
"John's iraq. You're telling us that can get two billion a year from china. You're telling us that a german taxpayers funnel many many millions into the vatican. And that's all not. It's not illegitimate known. But what is the what is the end point. Here why are you telling us about all of this money. Going into rome's coffers while public opinion. Germany is very left wing. It's very woke odd. You're the germans are so spooked by nationalism that if you waive german flag at a soccer game people suspected of being neo nazi In order to stay popular in germany and keep the money flowing from the german taxpayers to vatican pope. Francis has a financial interest in sounding woke multicultural just like german public opinion. Then you get to the united states so the. Us catholic church is the is the next bit. Big official source of income for the vatican. Money comes from us catholic. Bishops goes to the vatican weird those bishops kept that money will according to the bishops own statistics. The last time they released budget forty percent of the bishops money comes from the us taxpayer. That's right catholic. Charities and civil organisations do contract with the federal government to resettle immigrats forty percent of the vatican's of us catholic bishops. Money comes from the us tax payers from these contracts serving immigrants so when donald trump tried to impose some order and rule of law on us southern border that threaten to cut off the money supply to the us catholic bishops and hence to pope francis. So we shouldn't pretend that. Somebody like pope francis. He lives in the world pure ideals in and he is so unworldly and we are the ones being worldly and making compromises worrying about money. No he's got a bottom line and protect an immigration is what funnels money to. The
Social Democrats narrowly beat Angela Merkel's alliance in historic German election
"Social democrat. Party in germany narrowly won. Sunday's national election projected results showed and claimed a clear mandate to lead a government for the first time since two thousand five and to end sixteen years of conservative-led rule under angela. Merckel the left. Social democrats were untracked for twenty six percent of the vote ahead of twenty four and a half percent for merckel cd. Ucs you conservative bloc but both groups believed they could lead the next government with need major block. Commanding majority in both reluctance repeats their awkward grand coalition of the past. Four years. Most likely outcome is a three way. Alliance led by either the social democrats or merkel's conservatives agreeing new coalition could take months and will likely involve the smaller greens and liberal free democrats. We are ahead in all the surveys. Now the social democrats chancellor candidate olaf scholz said in a round table discussion with other candidates after the vote. The spd's rise heralds a swing left for germany and marks a remarkable comeback for the party which has recovered some ten points in support in just three months to improve on its twenty and a half percent results in the 2017. National election schultz his conservative rival on in lash. It signaled his blog was not ready yet to concede though his supporters was subdued. It hasn't always been the first place party that provided the chancellor lash told the roundtable i want to government where every partner is involved where everyone is visible not one where only the chancellor gets to shine. He said in an early attempts to woo. Smaller parties attention will now shifts to informal discussions followed by more formal coalition negotiations. Which could take months leaving. Angela merkel in charge in a cadillac rome.
What Was Machiavelli's Position on War?
"A quote here That i wanted to ask you about that. Machiavelli said which segues beautifully there is. No avoiding war. It can only be postponed to the advantage of others now. I suppose you could take that a variety of different ways to mean war in the sense that we mean war or is he writing this advice to a political figure. You're saying like if you have you have to crush your political opponents now or else they're only gonna grow stronger. Both you're referring to a quote that comes up from chapter three of the prince. At least the next chapter. He lays out the differences between ancient rome in the way modern politics in its business in modern politics. Machiavelli says there's an inclination that you think that somehow wars avoidable that if you just avoid war it won't come to you. In the context of the coat you're mentioning machiavelli talking about foreign enemies for machiavelli. It's it's natural for human beings to want to expand into acquire and so it's the natural inclination of all governments want row a net means imprint in in japan your own borders and national interests. So then you're caught in arms race so to speak of expanding yourself so machiavelli. He thought that the seeked wrong a classical rome was they never thought war was it. Avoidable always took the fight to their enemies now in the discourses he talks about the same phenomenon domestically he says. Sometimes you're gonna find you have enemies within you better stripe while they're still week before they grow and become a faction and which as you're going to have to have either a civil war even
Dr. Maria Montessori: Founder of Montessori Schools
"Eighteen ninety six. Maria graduated with honors from the university of rome medical school. She was among the first female physicians and all of italy. Maria worked as a surgical assistant in low income areas of rome. She also had a private practice focusing on psychiatry through this work to came to have this revelation she said i felt that mental deficiency presented chiefly pedagogical rather than mainly a medical problem so maria began to study education. Theory and philosophy in one thousand nine hundred. Maria became the co director of a small school. That served as a training institute for special education teachers. The school's pupils were children with developmental and learning disabilities. Maria pulled from her background in medicine and approached the work. With scientific rigor she conducted experiments and made adjustments to teaching methods based on her observations. She offered unique materials to keep kids stimulated and it worked many of the children and the program made unexpected improvements and it was deemed a great success. Maria took her findings all over europe. She gave speeches where she explained her research and used her platform to advocate for children's and women's rights in her observations. Maria found that children were highly self motivated and curious. She saw that when children were allowed to pursue their in neat curiosities. They naturally learn from their environment. Maria advocated that teachers. Follow the child which was a radical idea for the time and to phrase that would define her legacy in nineteen o seven. Maria had an opportunity to fully implement her thinking she opened a full day. Child care center and a poor inner city neighborhood in rome. The students were children aged two to three or six to seven. Who had been historically under served in the italian education system. Maria specifically designed the space to allow children to self select between pre orchestrated activities or learning. Puzzles this attentive. Learning environment was called casa dei bambini and it was the first of its kind in italy. It became the first montessori
"rome" Discussed on The Napoleonic Quarterly
"Hello to big names of. The napoleonic court are all very familiar to us but lurking on the sidelines of the stories. We know so well. Some really fascinating figures whose life stories through this turbulent period rather jaw-dropping and. That's certainly the case for louise. Charlotte francois's damanski governors to the king of rome. Who is the subject of a new book. A long time in the making from mary robinson mary is associate professor of history at ohio's lord university and she's been talking to me for the napoleonic quarterlies main episodes about the situation in the volunteer and in brittany and in season three. She'll be returning to talk about the situation. In the papal states which is another cutler fish who'll to gather.
This Week in Sports History
"Take you on a journey back to this week in sports history, we'll start off way back in 19 Oh one, the National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues now known as minor League Baseball, was formed at the Leland Hotel in Chicago. Jumping ahead this week in 1960 cashes clay later known as Muhammad Ali wins the Olympic light heavyweight gold medal in Rome this week in 1984 in his first NFL start, Atlanta's Gerald Riggs rushes for 202 yards. He scores two touchdowns as the Falcons beat the Saints 36 to 28 this week in 1994, San Francisco 40. Niners wide receiver Jerry Rice catches two touchdown passes and runs for another score in the Niners 44 to 14 route of the race. Years. He surpasses Jim Brown as the NFL's career touchdown leader with 127 label Today in 2000 and five Florida's Jeremy Hermida becomes the first player and more than a century and the second to hit a grand slam in his first major league get that connecting in the seventh inning of ST Louis Cardinals Al Reyes and this week in 2013 Peyton Manning
"rome" Discussed on EconTalk
"Apple ace appalachia's okay. Because it got it got started. So why does this matter. I mean it's lovely it's nice. They were diverse. It's interesting that hbo or the bbc or mad loved. I claudius but when i was younger. I don't know if i could watch it now. It's it's slow by modern standards loved the book too by the way robert graves love. It loved it known. If i read it now said amazingly i enjoyed much then Those people all look like Claudius what's his name. Derrick derek. Jacobi very pale person extremely pale And his fellow actors and actresses were also quite pale. So that's interesting you know. It's nice why is it important. So i think it's important for a few reasons the the one that really prompted me to write the series. Is that often. This misconception of the romans as having been at some point in their past a homogeneous and usually this is left unstated but often very crucial argument homogeneous and white people gets used to perch all sorts of political arguments on you. Most recently perhaps noted Nile ferguson a noted historian but notably not a historian of the ancient world. My colleague at the hoover institution. It's deal by the way carry on. He made an argument that was really abou- migration into contemporary migration into the european union but that a mobilized sort of understanding of the romans sort of the essentials of roman this being lost as the barbarians migrated into rome and you see forms of that argument in less carefully constructed ways. This idea that rome begins as a homogenous. Community expands on the strength of that homogeneous community becomes diverse therefore becomes weak therefore collapses as an argument against would essentially multi-cultural multi-ethnic policies. Right this is an argument in favor of the nation. State and against multiethnic states. But that's simply not historically speaking what happened. Rome was a multiethnic state at its outset We know from archaeology that even in our earliest evidence for rome. We're talking here now. Nine hundred eight hundred bc. The roman republic won't be founded until five. Oh nine sore. Hundreds of years before even the roman republic much less the roman empire that we see that rome is a frontier town. Rome exists at the cultural meeting points of three different major cultural groups the latins to their south who speak one language. It's the language of the romans will speak latin. Then the sabe lines to their east and north. These are hill people. They speak a different osco umbrian language. They're culturally distinct. And then their north thyatira trust skins who perhaps the most different of the bunch they speak trust skin which is unrelated to any living language. It is a non indo european language. Hold over in europe so the atrocities abandoned nutria. We suppose for a very long time indeed longer than the latins have been in leyshon for instance do you trust can have a different religious completely different religious system then most of the rest of italy. They're really different. People and rome comes together at the meeting point of those cultural zones and it isn't quite any of them. The romans don't regard themselves as latins Though they know that they're latins among them they don't regard themselves seibu though they know that there are seibu and settled in rome They certainly don't regard themselves as a trust skins. Though again they adopt a lot of trust can culture there clearly. A trust in the early roman community. It seems that a number of rome's early kings were skin. And so rome begins as this frankly melting pot society perched inbetween these cultural zones. That only increased as as roma expands. We tend to think of italy. Particularly i think americans tend to think of italy is. The italians are a single group of people. I mean one. You won't hear that if you ask any italians asam northern italians what they think of sicilians And whether they think that they're the same they have the same culture You know You'll get different stories But this was even more true in the roman world in many ways the modern italian identity that holds the country together is a creation of the roman empire. It doesn't exist before it and so when the romans are expanding through italy they're dealing with galls trust skins greeks latin sabe lines Sam nights and and dozens of smaller people's There are more than a dozen different languages spoken in pre roman italy. Three different religious systems and the romans aren't pushing these other people out that would defeat the purpose. The romans are and i do want us and are always cynical. Opportunists and so and with the romans are interested in is developing military power and so obviously if you conquer a group of people their manpower their resources. You want to harness that for your military. So with the romans. Do they expand through italy as they follow it. I jokingly call the goku model of imperialism. I beat you therefore we are friends. I'm probably dating myself with that reference but the romans tend to they defeated community. And it's congratulations. We beat you We're gonna take some of your land. We're gonna take a lot of your stuff. That process of conquest very unpleasant. You're now an ally of rome when we go to war you go to war with us. We have all the same friends all the same enemies. Rome sets your foreign policy. Your soldiers now serving an army but that means you get loot when we win.
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Victor Davis Hanson Says We're in Decline
"You know, the fall of Rome is actually relatively complicated. Nobody knows exactly when it happened. Historians debate But it did fall. And so Victor Davis Hanson. I want to ask you a question. Are we in decline because it sure feels that way to me. Yeah, we're in decline Market and the the main question is whether it's a decline. That's uh, permanent. Or were such an adaptive fluid society with this wonderful constitution? That we can react to it, make the necessary adjustments and go on. But this this this challenge is a little bit different than the ones we've seen before. Because It's Wokeness is insidious. It appeals to the most tribal instincts of people to identify by superficial appearance, and it's a narcotic that really destroys societies. We saw that in the Balkans and Rwanda. That's the ultimate trajectory we're on if we keep it
"rome" Discussed on Historically Thinking
"There is a kind of guess. You would say like a fifteen year itch. There's a lot of empress who don't make it for very long because they're not capable or they don't ever secure power then there's a group that make it but only naked into like their fifteen year or thereabouts. And then there's another burst of kind of assassinations right around that period where people basically got tired of the person and they get antsy and they realize maybe they're never going to the emperor this first sticks around and so there's a whole nother batch of people who get killed right around the fifteen year period and then once you get past that window. You're there for people are they're just willing to be stuck with you. Have a few emperors who go thirty four sierras but domitian dies in the beginning of the sixteenth year. That he's in power. It's three days after he celebrates the beginning of that year. And when you look at his career what you see this is a figure who was basically playing the long game who was young when you took power and was rebuilding rome in a way that was sustainable but making decisions that in the short term didn't look particularly good but had long term benefits and this greatly frustrated certain people some examples of kea giving example. Because my my vague center domitian was like proto secret police creep elements of that too. I mean he also as you get to your fiftieth year. You're sick of some of the behavior people. But i mean as frontier policy in its financial policy to go examples of this so his frontier policy along the northern frontier was not to conquer more territory beyond the ryan danube river instead what he did was he. He diminished the power anybody along those frontiers to threaten rome and then he built a sequence of alliances and got permission to traverse other people's territory so that he could defend rome against these people if these people got rowdy but he had no interest in taking that territory because he didn't feel it was in the best interest of rome to expand so instead what he did was he created a frontier system to opponents in the senate into later historians writing about this. This is seen as cowardice. Rome had the power to conquer these people. Why didn't they do it But we're domitian understood. Was it was better to build a system that had all in these parts that checked one another than to take responsibility for managing all this craziness on the other side of the frontier pay for the infrastructure would take the conquer it in his financial policy. Something similar where you had from the reign of nero on a curative of gradual depreciation of the silver currency and decreasing the size of the gold currency..
"rome" Discussed on Historically Thinking
"Hello edward gibbon tells us that it was in the ruins of the temple of jupiter while listening to sing the barefooted friars they first began to meditate on a history of of the decline and fall of the city of rome. He was far from the first english visit to rome to be deeply profoundly moved by the ruins of the ancient empire an early medieval english visitor and the eight or nine th century wrote a poem describing works of giants decaying nor was given. The first speak of the decline of wrong is edward. Watts makes abundantly clear in his new book. The eternal decline and fall of rome the history of a dangerous idea. No one was ever more preoccupied by the decline of rome. Then the romans themselves edward j watts is professor. And caveat of vesey they the is endowed share and byzantine greek history the university of california san diego the author of numerous books. He was last on the podcast in episode ninety three three years ago discussing his book. Mortal republic ed watts. Welcome back to historically thinking. Thanks for having me. I'm really excited to be and to talk about this ranging topic so it is a ranging topic. I told you we emailed you last night. How a friend of mine who does first century languages syriac. Whatever he does he was like. So how long has this book. I was like he was kind of he says. Wow it's really hard to write a book that short about such a big topic because you go across fifteen hundred years of history. I more or less and you do it ends with great economy. I appreciate that. No we start a second at the beginning of the second century bc and we end now so the story of i'm thinking for ten fifty three but you went you. It's twenty two hundred years. Yeah yeah is the story is is so compelling because at the very beginning of roman literature with a very first text we have that's written by romanov that we have intact in entirety is a play in which a comic playwright is making fun of the idea of roman decline and by any objective measure in the second century bc. Rome is not declining its territories increasing. Its population is increasing. Economy's growing and yet that story is there from the very beginning so let me with us. Let me summarize your argument. You can correct me. It is that the a preoccupation with the decline of rome is it is e central preoccupation of roman intellectual life. End a weapon that is used in its politics. think that's perfectly. That's perfect summation of what we see. The decline of rome is that this is a concept that can exist in relation to a reality but most of the time it doesn't or a lot of the time doesn't There are real decline in rome. I mean of course the empire is not there anymore. So the empire did fall did decline There was a point..
"rome" Discussed on GamesMyMomFound
"Got some bad combos and these rains for a little guy can jumpy lunches at you. I mean it was cool. How many games would you say you fight african elephant but not many and you get you get a salvo for throwing a weapon in an animal and it's called fetch this crash. I do get that. Sometimes they got real creative with are solid and this is when you then come to the last arena which is the great arena. I think it is which is supposed to be essentially the big calcium in rome. Man this is. This is the difficult you like the first one. This is what you're talking about. You fight to tigers and then you have an elephant and then vultures and then two more tigers onto after he did the elephants. This one doesn't have any armed but it takes a brick in meeting to take all this elephant wrong it. I mean cheat. It's i didn't really care as much what i'm like. My god. this was just gone. Yeah this is definitely one where i was having to. I would say his abuse and save states. Like i would say that i would try to make progress before saved again but the tigers would get your new can be fighting them in the suit by volker and they stunned lock you and all the stunned lock is real in this game at least stunned the enemies to true. But you're only one person whether all attacking you and you're getting hit from every which way like multiple times. I was just stuck between two enemies and died. You ever get grabbed by a tiger. Eat your leg. That was terrible. I didn't i never thought logged thought like reload because he took a lotta damage it was. It's rough will be part of like why it's so bad the great arena. Because they're trying to kill you completely. There's no longer funding game for them. This is they need to get rid of you. As far as as far as i know they they succeeded multiple times. But i guess they don't know that doma they are watching. the game. did a decent job. I felt of actually trying to switch up the arenas battles i mean they. They did feel pretty different. Other than i hated the team battle. And having to break the flags most of sell pre different and there are two boss fights. Octavus said before he dies one. Hit like there's one boss fight you literally just hit four ropes and dodge. Aero's another flight light. These two big fat bandits on fire and they jump into water the only time he can pick up a torch which is another group was weapons. But it doesn't really do any got useless it's just kinda like knocks him back just a little bit. My thought was cool to give a give him some boss fights. I mean they're real simple. You can do a whole lot but about school. I like that real the road bridge and it drops the breads and hits the the astute. Archers are standing on the pet smart. Yeah you don't know what the hell is going on my husband. There was a dog running back and forth. Okay so as you go through the greater arena. It does a couple of the last one the last rounds like we're talking about before you the one. I really enjoyed when the last ones we had to like..
"rome" Discussed on GamesMyMomFound
"And i'd just like to because then you fight a boss which should giant barbarian who ends up playing apart a little bit later. Which i i liked that throwing. I knew it was going to happen because you spare his life and he's like kill me. Kill me on her nineties. He's leaves them like. Oh that's gonna come back them. Yeah again this is. Why bought rice as i played and i went and bought rice on a room for both of us because this is what rice on rome is like. You'll see some point. I'm sure i. I liked the way how the story jumps back and forth a lot. I thought that was very cool. How you have the little flashback and then you saw me even before you go back to the calcium you have a few parts of kinda show. What led him going the calcium. You have the part where he ends up where he meets with octavius. Because i heard that his mother is a mother was in prison. He heard that his father was. Was you know being framed for them or being accused of the murder and then he goes to go see grandpa and they go to prison to go talk follower which i thought was interesting. Yeah they They front-load the game with like three or four. The activitists stealth parts many. It's quite a few feels like they wanna get you accustomed to before the switch back over to don't forget the next time they come around. I liked octavius styles. Parts though a lot it's not metal gear by any but no it's nowhere near as good but there is something about them that i enjoyed. I think it was just me as a character that he he is automatic. Things all he does he just run and if you can think about him as he can't be seen or the alert the guard one. Hit your dead and you have no way to really defend yourself for the most part other than running and train haydn. That works out real. Well sometimes the guards have the hilarious lens like. Do you have any idea what you just did stupid. I love it. I will capcom. Voice acting kept onto well known for their great voice acting In time like anything about activities you get you get costumes but if you you can go get different people you can knock out a guard take out take his armor but you have to hold on l. one otherwise you'll cause issues. Did you start running after you immediately. Or if they see you carrying a toll on that the hard way unlike hitman man. But you can't actually attack like agent forty seven. No god. you're you're you have the sneak up behind the garden..
"rome" Discussed on Stories Podcast: A Bedtime Show for Kids of All Ages
"Writers a lookout screamed calling the guards in the city to arms. Raiders are coming everyone to your posts. The soldiers lined the walls with spears and torches and short swords. The city's quiet night in chaos as rome prepared for the gall invaders. The wolf dogs were out prowling the streets noses sniffing the ground. The eagles perched in their aries. They're cutting is blazing down on the city below. The geese swam in their pond. They couldn't sleep with all the excitement. So they paddled about and tried to keep their heads up as all around them. The soldiers ran back and forth. The gauls had seen all the defenses. Go up and they knew they couldn't take the great hill of rome by force. Instead the invaders made a plan to sneak in and open up the defenses. They picked a small team of their best scouts. Soldiers who could climb and sneak about without being found the scouts armed themselves with daggers and ropes and began to slowly climb up a rough forgotten parts of the city wall. The guards were looking for an invasion. And it didn't spot a handful of sneaky scouts in the darkness. Luckily they had their animal guards. The eagles and the wolf dogs to help and the eagles were watching staring intently. Down at the city but there is weren't nearly as sharp in the dark. They could pick out roman soldiers running about in the torchlight but the sneaky galls may as well have been invisible. The dogs could see better but their main weapon was their sense of smell however the clever scouts of the gauls knew about that and they made sure the wind was blowing away from them. The breeze would carry their sent away from the cities and the dogs allowing them to creep up close and rip open rome's defenses. The invaders believed they had thought of everything but they had made one terrible mistake. They didn't know about regina and her friends. Geese can see better than dogs especially at night and they're hearing is.
"rome" Discussed on Stories Podcast
"Writers a lookout screamed calling the guards in the city to arms. Raiders are coming everyone to your posts the soldiers lined the walls with spears and torches and short swords. The city's quiet night. A ruptured in chaos as rome prepared for the gall invaders. The wolf dogs were out prowling the streets noses sniffing the ground. The eagles perched in their aries. They're cutting is blazing down on the city below. The geese swam in their pond. They couldn't sleep with all the excitement. So they paddled about and tried to keep their heads up as all around them. The soldiers ran back and forth. The gauls had seen all the defenses. Go up and they knew they couldn't take the great hill of rome by force. Instead the invaders made a plan to sneak in and open up the defenses. They picked a small team of their best scouts. Soldiers who could climb and sneak about without being found the scouts armed themselves with daggers and ropes and began to slowly climb up a rough forgotten parts of the city wall. The guards were looking for an invasion. And it didn't spot a handful of sneaky scouts in the darkness. Luckily they had their animal guards. The eagles and the wolf dogs to help and the eagles were watching staring intently. Down at the city but there is weren't nearly as sharp in the dark. They could pick out roman soldiers running about in the torchlight but the sneaky galls may as well have been invisible. The dogs could see better but their main weapon was their sense of smell however the clever scouts of the gauls knew about that and they made sure the wind was blowing away from them. The breeze would carry their sent away from the cities and the dogs allowing them to creep up close and rip open rome's defenses. The invaders believed they had thought of everything but they had made one terrible mistake. They didn't know about regina and her friends. Geese can see better than dogs especially at night and they're hearing is.
"rome" Discussed on BSP: Believer Skeptic Podcast
"Of his divine. And i'm not talking about. I guess a talent that she has just hit me so a little bit about katherine katherine was born to a family of twenty five children. Damn in the town of cnn in central italy. She got why. She's named kathryn catherine of sienna. Italy that's nice. She became deeply religious at a young age and was known to donate her family's food and clothing to the poor sometimes even unbeknownst to them now at the ripe old age of seven catherine had her first of many visions with jesus on a throne surrounded by saints now as a teenager then she took a vow of perpetual virginity and gave herself over to prayer and worship to thwart her family's at tends to marry her off yes perpetual virginity. isn't that the city of abstinence lay. Oh you got gotta flower constant virgin. I'm a constant virgin. I'm a constant virgin one teacher. That says i've a constant virgin temporary virgin. We should get teased. Get his t shirts. I didn't think about that. It's got to have the flower flowery. Language is actually foreshadowing for later in the story so to thwart her family's attempt to marry her off catherine cut her hair off scalded herself and then begin none so she was like. I'm not touching no man penitence. Penitents exactly so she became a tertiary number of the third order of saint dominic which allows for simple vows and living outside of a convent or monastery and really helping the poor sick and our community. So she really was about helping. Those who are less fortunate which i think is really great now as she grew up her visions continued whenever she was twenty or twenty one years old. She actually professed to be an a mystical marriage with jesus so she claimed to be inch and i read an article that said that she actually claimed to be in love with jesus which is the part. That's a little bit like Yet people make fun of the lady that married ghost pirate but yet a saint. Mary's jesus in it's okay and same thing and they do say no priests wear a ring like a wedding and you're supposed to be married to jesus but it it's supposed to be you know in platonic sense but hers. I'm going to do a little research because it's a little interesting. How it bleeds. Maybe but she also. She wore an invisible wedding ring. Take that for it. Means magical has like wonder wonder wonder catherine some of the story Say that the wedding ring. She may she had was actually made out of jesus skin so yeah and thirteen seventy five. She maintained that she received the stigmata. And we talked about that. One of our Prior episodes ago. Look at that though. These marks were only visible to her so she has an invisible and jesus her husband she has an invisible wedding ring and she has invisible stigmata. And i'm like okay. What is happening so she also has a mental illness. I i i thought of that but this delusions of grandeur exactly and. I think that she wanted to help the poor and she really did a lot going out of her way which i respect but i think she had some kind of mental illness now at first though declaims word that she had visible stigmata but through humility. Because she didn't apparently want to be put on display. She asked that they be made invisible and god hurt her prayer and granted so she did a lot of to her life. This is her life. But i'm going to focus on her death through the rest of the story because that's where we get into divine head in early thirteen. Eighty catherine told the blessed raymond of a leading member of the dominican order her spiritual director that she was not able to eat or swallow. Water soon. lost the use of her legs. She died on april twenty ninth thirteen eighty at the age of thirty three years old in rome italy shortly after suffering a major stroke little reading and the national stroke association states that visual hallucinations paralysis difficulty swallowing are all post. Stroke conditions. debunking. Already and i was like. Wow so it's possible that she had a stroke months before she died You know that could explain a lot of what is going on on. This is one of my main stories and use that my debug. Now she was born she was born. She was buried in a cemetery in rome and Raymond of caputo wanted to send part of her body back to cnn to assuage her family. He'll be like we're family has something now. This was a task. He undertook secretly. Because he didn't have permission to disperse her remains. He got his chance in thirteen. Eighty three when her tomb was actually moved and it within that he arranged for like a heist and he wanted her head to be removed and brought to sienna now official. Yeah it's it's a little strange so officials of the basilica. I'm say that whenever her skull was detached. It's separated easily from the vertebrae because rain. Water had seeped into the grave and sped up decomposition. Now still in. That comes into play a little bit later. Though but according to legend the people that the that raymond entrusted they barely escaped. the head. snatchers were stopped by guards as they tried to leave rome so they prayed to seek to catherine of sienna for help. Miraculously when the guards check the thieves bagga. All they saw was a bagful of rose petals it was then when the head was delivered to sienna. Did the pedals actually change back into her head interesting now. Her head then was placed in a gilded bust and displayed in the basilica. Lots of italian. That don't wanna say because it'll be bad. And when it was x. Rated nine hundred forty-seven church officials discovered that there were no vertebrae attached to the back of her skull which gave a bit of credibility to this whole thing about her being removed and how the rainwater had detached it. Well they went and did some exploring and church workers actually opened a saint's tomb where she was originally buried and her head was indeed missing. So even though. Some of the story is explainable. There's an unexplained part of even though the idea of her head turning into rose petals. Seems a little farfetched. Well how did they manage to steal the head and leave without being caught. And that's part of the kind of the mystery around saint. Catherine of sienna kind of reminds me of the story told of diego and the oh the shape of the roses but rose petals absolutely yup so it is an actually thought about. That's very kind of a similar tale. But this one is it's interesting again. I'm not shitting on people's beliefs. Because i know that my family my mom has talked about or had talked about saint catherine of sienna And i think some of the story is mystery. Some of it's interesting chorus. But i mean that's what leads it to be. You know a story of faith as well as just folklore innocence its own own tail jeb. That's why i think that there definitely is some probably mental illness going on at play and everything and now that she's the that's very possible very possible so all right so what do you think. Do you think people aren't gonna guess anybody gonna guess this based on one thing that you said during your story. Yes all right and i will tell you up because i. I didn't mention it. Because i want to point out or did i say something. I actually said guys. Our topic next week is no okay. Okay so then. Well listen to that. Because i think people had no one's guest at the last couple of times so maybe not guess over last one soldier. He's close. yeah. That was really close. And i think it was sef right. I don't know okay. I'm not sure about to go back and look but if you have any guesses let us know. We'll tell you if you're closer not and then tune into the full episode next week to actually here if you're right or wrong and..
"rome" Discussed on BSP: Believer Skeptic Podcast
"Be as people lever skeptic podcast the podcast retu- idiots debate weird phenomenon. I'm chris. I'm the believer i'm cody. I'm the skeptic and if this is your first time listen to us where in lgbtq paranormal comedy. Podcast and members of the pod dot network. This is so intro. It's get longer and it's going to be like two years from now. It's going to be the whole mini-summit we'll just be the intro. And then we'll be like can never i can't remember all of that and i don't write it down the that's good though it's good so we are bringing you a mini sewed so in your new. Who are you know because we have four listeners. Every month we will bring you a paranormal topic every other week. And we have a full episode with great stories. And then we'll get into our believer skeptic portion and the interim week we want to give birth is bigger because i just watched my running shoes and my onions yum yum. It's actually funny. That i didn't have any of that context for setup and all. I was looking chris. And he's just sitting there sniffing so are meeting in the interim week and we wanted to do something so we have one story each teases the upcoming topic. So it's kind of a game since you can guess our topic chris gagging i just hang the only time he gags. You would never know sir. So we're okay. this one is going to be. Your story is going to be real hard. From what i understand together talk. You ever heard it okay. Well that'll be. The hint is my story is is is way easier is more related to the topic for related to the top. It is it is. And i know that you said something so. I'm curious to hear okay. You have to go. I now because i've got to hear what's going on with your story because if if i have to apologize and be like. Oh yeah chris's actually a really good hint and it was. It will do so. It's a great story so well. I haven't used by trustee website in a few minnesota so here is a story from your story. Your ghost stories dot com. Of course the story comes from twenty eighteen from a poster in italy. He's a person who post not a Back to the future poster. That's i. I thought i was like wait. A poster told the story post and posted got from italy. Okay he says. I had taken my first trip to europe in the summer of twenty seventeen. It was fun. But i always felt on edge. There's so much history to the places i went. I was a little dizzy with all the first place. We went to his rome italy. It's a trip that still haunts me. We had arrived the night before and my mother and her friend wished to go see the vatican that day. My brother cousin were as equally as excited as mothers. But i was not a new. There's a lot of death and violence and relics in a place. Like that. and i didn't want something to follow me back likely normally do. Oh gosh. the vatican was grand and wonderful. I wasn't bothered too much with the ghosts and spirits walking around so it was fairly busy day and most were distracted by other visitors. Okay so this person is has claims to be exploited. okay now. is this supposed to be a true story. It is a true story. Okay and make myself known to them and i had a rather pleasant day. It was right when we finally got back to our area. Be right outside the vatican wall and we will hit the hey early. My cousin and aunt slept in one room while my mother little brother is slept in another room. Since this was a new country my mom had closed and locked our bedroom door before we bunkered bunkered down for the night that should be hung on. Bunker is it makes sense to says. I don't remember falling asleep. But i had woken in the dead of night to go. Use the bathroom right outside the bedroom door. I sat up. Brewing is than look to the bedroom door was slightly ajar. Find strange until he saw what was crawling on the wall. Next to close shit. An oily inky black male figure with deformed arms and legs like a spider christ slowly on the wall towards my mother. Okay you said male figure another mouth. No mail was likely this hot. Mom's kind of reminds me of the The guy on conjuring to go. That's exactly what. Last night i do believe. It wanted my mother at first and she likes to brag about how she can see spirits and she. She's always opening herself to these kinds of things. It had another set of extra arms and its own was down facing the wall shit. I knew i wasn't dreaming and it wasn't sleep paralysis since i was sitting up anyway. It kept moving towards my mother. Until i let out a squeak of fear. That's when it looked at me. Oh it had no face but it did have is. They still scare me to this day. I don't know how to describe. The is but once it looked at me. It felt like i was burning shed. I immediately laid back down with a blanket over my face having a panic attack wait. That's how they responded. I would to have upon a panic attack. Ivan scream and try to get rid of it or wake someone up to help you but just to hide. Oh but that's what you would do. Okay what would you do. I would scream and white people live so it wasn't suffering alone having a panic attack. It's of hard to do both at the status. That is true that is true. All was quiet in the room except for my erratic breathing. It felt like an hour went by. So he's just hiding. Anything could be right there. Yeah east but then the mattress dip lex marketing at the foot of my bed. Oh god i felt the thing crawl up towards until i could make out the black figure from beyond my blanket in the moonlight. I couldn't take it anymore and let out a scream from my mother to wake up lights pushing myself to sit up. The lights went on and the finger was nowhere to be seen crying. I told my mom about it. Who noticed the bedroom door was wide open this time. Oh shit. I stated my aunt's room for the rest of the trip sandwiched between my aunt and cousin in one bed. Since i was too scared to sleep in that room again sometimes at night. I'll think about it. I didn't know what it wanted for my family or why it was there but i'm still very sure that it had it. If i hadn't screamed out that something bad would have happened. Has ebony uncounted entity like this before. I tried researching. But i haven't found anything. Oh that's a good question. Then if anyone has a has ever heard of something like this it's kind of like a not a shadow man but a shadow biter straddles by. That's the worst thing ever shadow spider. I guess i give it your sleep paralysis. This person would also be kind of paralyzed in fear. I just wanna cook at home crooked man. There you go from conjuring to which that's right fucking scary who So i mean not to totally derailed. But i watched the new watch that's boring. It was my favorite one of all. I fell asleep i loved. It is my savior. Why because honestly it's so funny. I watched the second one. I and part to as much better walk crooked. The crooked part two was so cheesy to me. That's my least favorite was to well. We have differing contrary because part through boring boring it was so boring but you know it wasn't boring in the heights because i've seen it a retirement and i will watch it another twenty times while i'm will but also not boring. Was your story that you just know shit told you that was great. I mean not related to our topic at all. It is your favorite part of it was is that he had to clarify. What country roma's in goes. and then. We went to rome italy while he's not from while he is from. Italy apparently bought some other. People not know her rome is they. May there's also from texas so yeah he could have been in. There's a lot of rooms. I was like paris texas. I mean young probably rome multiple countries. I thought it was. We went to italy. And then we went to rome italy while he could not gone to is actually gonna check. If there is a row marazion. I would doubt it. Ariza era rome up all right so chris is looking up. I am going to be talking about saint catherine.
"rome" Discussed on Black Girl in The World
"Cannot wait to be out and even my friends in caissons and just enjoy the money. I have earned you now. But i have to be mindful of how excited spend the day. We have a very inspiring guests that can provide his experience about financial literacy He the president and chief visionary officer a back door llc a producer with the demonstrated history of working in the pie cast cable multimedia industry experienced in media production with ox. Navy beat c. c. t. v. other familiar industries and he has also earned his honorary doctorate of humanities from victory bible college where his thirty years dedication in working the communion. I hope to have just as much expertise in community involvement as you one day. Thank you dr rome for being here with me today. How are you. I'm doing great. Great thank you. Live me on the show. This is great to be at the beginning of great things. So you look back and say thank you so much again. I just want be able to have enough knowledge on this podcast for people to learn from especially from you so much of your experience. I'm sure you have so much to say in so much advice that i know people will be able to use elbow my experiences and everything i'm speaking from my that can can help at least people saying is don't have known a water so if i can just sleep help community voices pitiful vassar to this the nation. That's i like that very much So in our initial conversation. I remember that you mentioned being in control of your own What are some tips that you could give people to allow people to do. Just that First of all we need to stand that we don't know about honey my starts. What is what is money is a we want money. No money people washington eight. Oh if you didn't take money home just around you get one. That's not what we do. You want what money can do for us. So where does money come in. Well we all have to create kind of back because people had things have happened in. Yeah that'd be so there needs to be kind exchange..
"rome" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Rome ABC News. I'm Brian Clark. Another Corona virus vaccine is on the road. That extracts pulling out of a McKesson facility and Mississippi on board boxes of modern ish just authorized vaccine. ABC is Geo Benitez. Is there still this morning? Some states are concerned over allocation of the vaccine, general Purna of Operation Warp speed, taking full responsibility. I want to make sure that we are 100% committed. To fair and equitable distribution to everybody in the United States of America, Purchasing the country is on track to shipping 20 million doses by the end of the month. And when it comes to vaccinating a wide wide swath of the American population, Admiral Bridger Wa, the assistant health and human services secretary, tells ABC is this week. We're very confident that by June, anyone in America who wants to have a vaccine will have that opportunity to have a vaccine. More relief could be on the way for some of the financial impact of the pandemic. Congress could vote today on a $900 billion relief package that would include payments of about $600 to many Americans. President Trump on Twitter suggested Americans should get more direct payments. He also on Saturday suggested that China may be behind the cyber attack that's targeting government agencies and corporate America. ABC is chief Justice correspondent Pierre Thomas has more. Here's how the Senate Intelligence Committee acting chairman, Marco Rubio, a Republican, described the situation, he said, and I quote It's increasingly clear that the Russian intelligence service conducted the gravest cybersecurity intrusion in our history. Russians are denying involvement. Democrats and Republicans are calling the situation beyond disturbing. Austria has joined Italy, Belgium and the Netherlands in blocking incoming flights from the U. K there temporarily suspended as British scientists have discovered a strain of covert 19 in the country that appears to spread more easily. You're listening to ABC news. Okay.
"rome" Discussed on Voices of the Community
"Yeah i guess. I would say something funny. Behind starting rome's kitchen. I was saying to name a kind of spoken into existence. I laughed about trying to memo frames. Do because when i was in college i went to cal state east bay and i would cook in the dorms and i had a george foreman grill and a lot of kids will be excellent. You know in the freshman dorms. There's only a microwave. So i was one of the only kids walking around with burgers and grow vegetables a lot of kids. Say what did you get that. And i would say rome's kitchen is right in my dorm door manager. And i make them some food and give them around the dorms and that was years and now roams kitchen is actually the incubator for my family to to help us get to the next level so just speaking of that name into existence of actually just playing around with it saying as a joke analogy. Actually my brain thank you. I was great snoring so people are watching and listening to this room. How can i help you. You guys were grateful for any type of help that we can get where short man team was. Pretty just me about two other colleagues on the running force behind it and if you guys want to help you guys can come. Mrs scribes all of our different media outlets that we have. We're on youtube or facebook or instagram. where on twitter. We're heavier on the instagram. You can come out to support us. We host a lot of different pop ups. You can support us as well by purchasing items throughout the baby bistro highlighting debt. Taking different photos. In telling everybody that you know i know. Social media has taken a dramatic effect. But we still have a word of mouth is a huge social media marketing as well too as well to get word out so we're open to any anyway. Someone wants to help us would take it off. And then like to share your social media your websites. Instagram people can.
"rome" Discussed on Voices of the Community
"This. Unique blend of food and culture. So why did you create your small business. Why rooms kitchen was it. Something that was born out of your kitchen in your house and then incubated out onto you know restaurant format. Yeah i would like to start off by saying. I'm truly grateful this opportunity in the baby whale but to answer your question. The reason why. I started rum's kitchens because i was born to a lot of different job endeavors and i will put in tons of tons of hard work into these different places toga. Maybe sixteen hour shifts tons and tons of overtime. And i felt as if. I didn't see into that as far as me progressing anytime sooner and i realized that there's a missing gap in my family as far as opportunity in people starting careers for themselves in have accepting the pass down when i seen opportunity with there was some local food events. They were doing it. Open that music in gallery and at a nephew of mine. That would take me down there. And they had food vendors. Their food vendor lines would be so long. And i had tried to food and you'd be quite frank wasn't too so i stayed opportunity and started bringing my food down there in the reaction that i started getting were just which is off the charts and the demand started coming. People just started accidentally left. And right can you do a pan of this. Can you do a panel that. So i just dropped everything and decided kamaluddin rooms kitchen in rome. Witty's of rooms kitchen cuisine. Can you describe some of your favorite items. Maybe history behind some recipes. Yeah we like to call ourselves from the talian soul food catering company. I came up with that concept because a lot of the dishes that i cook or a lot even the creation come up with your just being tweaked around in the house experimented with and i love italian food love soul food and i when i was thinking about the concept. I said why not bring the best of both worlds together and a lot of the the dishes in ideas. They kinda just come from me. Putting so full items together. Italian seasons together a mix them together and coming out with different dishes and room. How has nineteen impacted your operation cobra. Nineteen has taken a dramatic effect owner operation as undress stated earlier. The debate you bay stroh as far as the system that we had down at the corridor forty one on one third street. That was a great opportunity for me. We were driving. We're growing at a faster rate growing a big crowd of people that would come down there. We were able to reach different crowds. When i say different crowds saying like construction. Workers muny workers people of the city because it was the perfect peak-time from eleven to three pm. So with that being shut down and we can do. The pop. Ups is affected us in dramatic way and rome. How have you dealt with it. I mean could you had mentioned the idea of putting together containers. So have you been able to put together a program. Where people can you take out or subscribe or do gift certificates. Yes we've been working with the bistro and we have our like undressed. Say we have the different date boxes. we've been doing. We've just did a photo shoot for our thanksgiving packages. Were doing as well. So we kinda just had been real creative. We've been blessed with the baby based on do different opportunities as well. We've been working with mission meals and doing different prepackaged meals as well so we didn't have been creative and there's been a few organization that's been helping us stay inflow rumble. Can you share favorite story of starting your own restaurant business eatery and what it means to you and your family..
"rome" Discussed on Theocast - Reformed Theology
"Some of you may be brand new to confessional theology. You may have some across this looking up. Something or someone referred this to. You need to understand that we aren't moving from one system that is. A Roman to another system, you need understand that the the confessions are what we would say abbreviations of scripture, so it helps systematize and give a brief explanation that is historically accepted by confessing believer so at the bottom of what Justin just read is, if you were to take all of the Scriptures and print them out and then yeah. You would. You would come to this conclusion. You Romans three twenty four. You have officials one seven first Corinthians one, thirty, flipping, three, eight, two, eight nine John one twelve romans five seventeen, just to name so these are all just today this is. Right so to help we you one paragraph that says okay. What these scriptures teaching is this and it helps provide an explanation. This is the same thing as a sermon right? If you to preach a sermon, you're bringing You're bringing clarity to the all of scripture. Correct what confessions are doing? Essentially Systematic Theology, and what systematic theology is is to take is to survey the scripture in its totality and say this is what the Bible teaches about this doctrine, and so in particular chapter eleven on justification in our confession, and so all it is is a group of men situated in the seventeenth century, looking to other like minded believers who had also produced very similar confessions, and they altogether corporately looked to the Bible and say what does the Bible teach about justification? And how can we in a very clear way articulate this and? And a number of paragraphs to summarize the Bible's teaching on this topic, and it's very helpful because what we're doing is in in going to our confession. We're not saying the confession is the authority were saying. The Bible is the authority in this confession is a helpful historically tested document that gives us some clarity and shed some light in illuminate scripture for us right, so we are doing the exercise of theology as a corporate group as a people who live now, and we're doing it with people who are long dead, and we're looking to the Bible to understand. What it says about in this case justification. Right and this is that's what solar script Torah means is that the authority of what scripture means comes from scripture itself which is. Correct Contra to the reformation, or to Roman Catholic theology where the Authority rests within the interpretation of the church, and this is this is this is the authority the happened right authority of Pope. So just help you understand the to word it this way. What does the Bible say about justification well. Here's a helpful conclusion from all of scripture. And so this is now one of the things. After reading this paragraph, one will say this. Of course. What the Roman Catholic Church will point to immediately is well. What about James Chapter to John or Justin or the reformation? This very clear that James says you have to do works well. They have a paragraph that helps explain that. The next paragraph eleven point to. Faith receives and rests on Christ, and his righteousness is the only instrument of justification, so just to clarify, and they point to Romans three twenty eight for that. Yet it does not occur by itself in the person justified, but it is always accompanied accompanied by every other saving grace, it is not a dead faith, but works through loves is glaciers five six and James to seventeen? What they're saying is it is the result of the grace received. It cannot be the ground of the grace received meaning that those who are justified who regenerate who received the gift of faith if to eighty nine. From that gift it is, believers will see the fruits of the spirit in their life. It does not say at what level it just says it will be evident there, so that's where we wholeheartedly believe that Christians will do good works we don't. We're never told to what level but the evidence of it is there so the as I said before? What confession is trying to help the believer understand from scripture is that it is separating how you're standing before God verses your obedience to God there. You cannot Knicks those two together they have to be with. That's called of salutes right. It's the order in which you are saved and part of that salvation is. You, you receive the gift of the Holy. Spirit. Right faith you regenerate it. You come to life once you come to life then you obey what the Roman Catholic system is doing here. And I'm going to read another another Council here, that's GonNa Kinda look into the next conversation, is it? They're mixing the two and requiring both as for right standing before God. Let me interject something really quick before you go to cannon thirty, John. I think if we're going to talk about the distinctions between us. And Rome Reformation Theology in Rome, couple of thoughts, and this will transition nicely to what you're going to read for us. I thought. As we've already mentioned at least once in the podcast, no Roman Catholic is going to dismiss faith there. Any Roman Catholic is going to acknowledge the place of faith in the value of faith, the goodness of faith in Christ. Yes, I believe in Jesus have been taught to believe in Christ well when we read for example Paul's letter to the Galatian 's, it's very clear that in that context Paul is writing to the church. Church and saying I can't believe how quickly turned to a different Gospel, not that there is another one he's writing into a situation where it's not as though faith in Jesus has been rejected altogether. It's that works of the law have been put next to faith in Christ is what's required for righteousness, so yes, believe Jesus but also be circumcised. Yes, believe in Jesus but also do these works of the Law Roman Catholicism. Another example there's nothing new under the sun is another example of what I would call Jesus plus the Olivetti. Yes, believe in Christ, but also cooperate with the grace of God in the sacraments, yes, believe in Jesus Christ but also do these good works and be obedient in these ways so that you will preserve or increase your justification. And if you're not doing these things or not doing them well enough, then there will be payment required from you in some capacity, the other thought second thought which will transition nicely to cannon thirty the difference in one sense to between us and Rome is that we understand that salvation. The work of redemption is over. It's completely done. It's finished so when Jesus on the Cross said it is finished. Finished, he meant what he said. Atonement has been accomplished. Satisfaction for sin has been made. Righteousness has been fulfilled, and now it is counted in its totality in its completeness. It is counted to wretched centers by faith has nothing to do with what they've done has nothing to do with what they will do you know or with what's going to be produced in, and they are saved by me. In It's applied to them by faith, and so it's over so these are the we talk about the Gospel being objective. It's outside of us and we also talk about the the Gospel being declared of reality in that it's done. Enron does not believe that because there is still something the center has to do because it's not really complete John Go. That's right. Well so just to read a section of the next paragraph, which is.
"rome" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
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"rome" Discussed on Z104
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