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Brooks Brothers, Hurt by Casual Friday and Virus, Files for Bankruptcy

Michael Berry

00:39 sec | 3 d ago

Brooks Brothers, Hurt by Casual Friday and Virus, Files for Bankruptcy

"The 202 year old brand, known for its business suits, ties and dress shirts, has been hurt by more casual dressing in offices and by people staying at home during Corona virus shutdowns. The Wall Street Journal's as its clothes have been worn by Abraham Lincoln, Teddy Roosevelt, the Astors and Vanderbilt's Brooks Brothers manufacturers. It's clothing in the U. S, but warned last month it could close It's three factories here. Like other clothing retailers, Brooks Brothers was forced to temporarily closed its doors during Corona virus shutdowns, It is expected to attract buyers. GeneCo's Sola Fox News, Elmore Michael Berry, Scott Cutter Industry of 7 40 K T. R.

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Defining Moments In Our Lives  Where Fear And Courage Meet

Untangle

04:32 min | Last week

Defining Moments In Our Lives Where Fear And Courage Meet

"You so much for being with us on untangled today. We are just thrilled to have you here. Thank you so much wonderful summer day here in Santa Fe. Oh, that's awesome I wanted to start by asking you the question. I love the book. I read it this weekend. Just devoured it and wanted to understand what inspired you to write this particular book I've had the good fortune to be working in the end of life. Life Care Field, and in various other fields, including working with people corporations, working in humanitarian efforts working as a volunteer, the penitentiary system, working with educators, and it just been for fifty years, and I've had the opportunity to hear people who want to serve others who are engaged in service to others whether in education or medicine or law or business hearing them speak about the kinds of challenges. They experience in their work service to others. And it has been an extraordinary experience for me because one thinks that being a good person opening one's life to a world of service whether you're a doctor, a nurse, a lawyer and educator, or even a parent that this is work that is continually easy, but it's not necessarily a so, and so I began to look at the consistent patterns in relation to states that are considered to be virtuous like altruism or empathy or integrity and respect and engagement and discovered that. That there are shadow sides to these important human capacities, and that the shadow sides are often a source of great suffering, not only to those who are serving, but to those who are being served so I wrote the book I wrote the book in part because I also saw that the lever or the means of transforming the shadow side of these virtuous states is compassion, and so the last section of the book. It's you know is about compassion, yeah, and you. You just mentioned the edge states, and you talked about being at the edge can either gives us great potential for growth, or for suffering, depending on how we face our situations, and you also mentioned that like our toughest challenges can be our most valuable source of wisdom. I'm so curious about what is the difference between people who fall apart when they're challenged in these situations and the people who do become wiser, and who are able to grow. How do you think about? About that I don't know what the common feature is. Because what I've seen is that this potential for transformation exists within all of us and I think that's really important for all of us to understand that we all have this capacity to actually shift out of these conditions, and to that caused us so much suffering, and in the process of shifting to actually become stronger as a result of this transformation process. In my experience, it can happen to any kind of person. But that shift also involves as I said before opening up the experience of fundamental compassion, and when I talk about compassion, I'm speaking about this capacity to actually attend to our own experience into the experience of others as well as to have the intention to actually transform suffering and various other qualities, which I described in relation to compassion, but it's like in our day profundis in our deepest most difficult moments. This is where and Rebecca Sola talks about this. There is hope in the darkness. I Look Patricia as someone who has. been through a lot in relation to my own work as a time of kind of it's an experience of building character if you will when we fall over the edge, find ourselves in great difficulties, and we managed to pull ourselves out of the difficulties, and as a result of that, we're actually strengthened, and we have more capacity. There's

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Defining Moments In Our Lives  Where Fear And Courage Meet

Untangle

04:33 min | Last week

Defining Moments In Our Lives Where Fear And Courage Meet

"Thank you so much for being with us on untangled today. We are just thrilled to have you here. Thank you so much wonderful summer day here in Santa Fe. Oh, that's awesome I wanted to start by asking you the question. I love the book. I read it this weekend. Just devoured it and wanted to understand what inspired you to write this particular book I've had the good fortune to be working in the end of life. Life Care Field, and in various other fields, including working with people corporations, working in humanitarian efforts working as a volunteer, the penitentiary system, working with educators, and it just been for fifty years, and I've had the opportunity to hear people who want to serve others who are engaged in service to others whether in education or medicine or law or business hearing them speak about the kinds of challenges. They experience in their work service to others. And it has been an extraordinary experience for me because one thinks that being a good person opening one's life to a world of service whether you're a doctor, a nurse, a lawyer and educator, or even a parent that this is work that is continually easy, but it's not necessarily a so, and so I began to look at the consistent patterns in relation to states that are considered to be virtuous like altruism or empathy or integrity and respect and engagement and discovered that. That there are shadow sides to these important human capacities, and that the shadow sides are often a source of great suffering, not only to those who are serving, but to those who are being served so I wrote the book I wrote the book in part because I also saw that the lever or the means of transforming the shadow side of these virtuous states is compassion, and so the last section of the book. It's you know is about compassion, yeah, and you. You just mentioned the edge states, and you talked about being at the edge can either gives us great potential for growth, or for suffering, depending on how we face our situations, and you also mentioned that like our toughest challenges can be our most valuable source of wisdom. I'm so curious about what is the difference between people who fall apart when they're challenged in these situations and the people who do become wiser, and who are able to grow. How do you think about? About that I don't know what the common feature is. Because what I've seen is that this potential for transformation exists within all of us and I think that's really important for all of us to understand that we all have this capacity to actually shift out of these conditions, and to that caused us so much suffering, and in the process of shifting to actually become stronger as a result of this transformation process. In my experience, it can happen to any kind of person. But that shift also involves as I said before opening up the experience of fundamental compassion, and when I talk about compassion, I'm speaking about this capacity to actually attend to our own experience into the experience of others as well as to have the intention to actually transform suffering and various other qualities, which I described in relation to compassion, but it's like in our day profundis in our deepest most difficult moments. This is where and Rebecca Sola talks about this. There is hope in the darkness. I Look Patricia as someone who has. been through a lot in relation to my own work as a time of kind of it's an experience of building character if you will when we fall over the edge, find ourselves in great difficulties, and we managed to pull ourselves out of the difficulties, and as a result of that, we're actually strengthened, and we have more capacity. There's

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The Spontaneous Fulfillment of Desire: Archetypes

Daily Breath with Deepak Chopra

03:42 min | Last week

The Spontaneous Fulfillment of Desire: Archetypes

"I'm. Where going back to daily bread. archetypes are perennial teams that reside at the level of the collective universal source. They are representations of our collective soul's yearnings imagination. And deepest is is. These archetypes have existed in every culture in every tradition since the beginning of time. archetypes, our ancient gods themes, motifs stories literature. Art Paintings. Even paintings on the was of caves from longtime ago and they embody. Symbolically. Themes of expanded or higher consciousness, you can say symbolic representations. Of A particular aspect. Of The divine intelligence archetypes and Forms and shapes the there soon. Shift throughout history, but their core meaning that Gore theme that God motif remains the same. archetypes everywhere. In popular culture. Movie Stars Sports Heroes. They're all basically representations of archetypes. Visionary leaders are representations of archetypes. Saints are great activists like Nelson Mandela Martin Luther King Junior. Mark Maguire Andy Abraham, Lincoln or Representation of archetypes, but so products may be a brand of sopa Volkswagen brand, new car, or even Marlboro cigarettes. These represents architects, the guy who's used to advertise Marlboro cigarettes who has a? Very tough-looking. Cowboy on the Horse, and now of course is on a respirator, but that archetype. Of was very successful in selling cigarettes. And Johnnie Walker is a very successful. archetype selling whiskey. Because it attracts a certain team, a certain personality, a certain story. Movies TV soap operas, media tabloids. These are actually all right. archetypes. And every person they representing every idea they represent are every product represent seems to be larger than life. It seems uncomplicated. It seems at least the way it's advertise pure of intent, whatever that intent may be sacred or profane. It does matter. And so I say exaggerated expressions of the conscious energy of the collective source. That is the adventure or the secret of the sage of the rescuer of the redeemer or the love object. That the archetype represents. is in fact, the symbolic representation of a divine intelligence in the conscious energy of our collective Sola. Born of the collective soul, but enacted by the individual. Becomes very powerful as they representation. Of that are detected theme for example Marilyn. Monroe was the archetype of the Greek Greek Goddess Aphrodite representing sensuality and beauty and sexuality.

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Retail sales surge a record 17.7% in May

Glenn Beck

00:26 sec | 3 weeks ago

Retail sales surge a record 17.7% in May

"President also that highlighting a record surge in retail sales up nearly eighteen percent in may the increases dramatically stronger than forecast sales at auto dealers were up forty four percent clothing sales were up more than a hundred eighty percent and home furnishing sales rose more than eighty percent oxygen because sola but the fed chief is telling Congress that a full recovery is unlikely until the public is confident corona virus has been contained

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Retail sales surge a record 17.7% in May

Glenn Beck

00:26 sec | 3 weeks ago

Retail sales surge a record 17.7% in May

"President also that highlighting a record surge in retail sales up nearly eighteen percent in may the increases dramatically stronger than forecast sales at auto dealers were up forty four percent clothing sales were up more than a hundred eighty percent and home furnishing sales rose more than eighty percent oxygen because sola but the fed chief is telling Congress that a full recovery is unlikely until the public is confident corona virus has been contained

President Trump Congress FED
Retail sales surge a record 17.7% in May

Glenn Beck

00:26 sec | 3 weeks ago

Retail sales surge a record 17.7% in May

"President also that highlighting a record surge in retail sales up nearly eighteen percent in may the increases dramatically stronger than forecast sales at auto dealers were up forty four percent clothing sales were up more than a hundred eighty percent and home furnishing sales rose more than eighty percent oxygen because sola but the fed chief is telling Congress that a full recovery is unlikely until the public is confident corona virus has been contained

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Big changes to airport security after coronavirus lockdowns lifted

South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo

04:27 min | Last month

Big changes to airport security after coronavirus lockdowns lifted

"In the corona virus and when we really get back to normal as far as being able hop on an airplane and took off across the skies it's as part of the American DNA isn't as are what some of the changes that are made because of the pandemic with Lester sola is director of C. and the CEO of the Miami Dade aviation department which oversees a my you control the airport entre by the way at hi fly in my good fortune list thanks for joining us good morning Jamie thank you for having me yeah are what changes do we have because the pandemic I would imagine the traffic is going to pick up somewhat the airport well yes I do they will indulge traffic really really the one away I would hope that deck so as a result of that endemic were using the same approach that the everyone else is using to log not just the county but in the country you gotta maintain social distance you got to wear a mask when you're at the airport and you got to make sure that you're using the hand sanitizers and all the other supplies to be deployed throughout Europe would make sure that we keep people's hands clean and I think you've got social distance after going through the process of checking in and going to the security protocol how are they going to do the TSA checkpoint I mean is what's changed in that you know it's interesting you know that this industry teams are having to reinvent itself it happened once before September eleventh and it's gonna happen now with with the spend down so right now what's happening is is that what we're using the mask and the social distancing the FAA is the is the federal agency that will have to determine what kind of checks that pain will be instituted in the U. S. internationally when you're coming from abroad there are dark halls green that's being done to all the passengers depending on weather coming from but domestically it's it's a regulation that's going to be established by the FAA support now social distancing making sure that we provide sanitizes the Welsh you will notice throughout the airports that we laid out six foot markings every every time there's a queuing for passengers as well as the plexi glass screening that we've deployed not just through TSA checkpoints but also in the ticket counters as well right the airlines so what are your plans differently because of this I would imagine that go back to front and maybe just a wonderful time how they doing it is changing their entire operation in fact every airplane in a speaker with regards to American Airlines every airplane after it finishes its basically duties for the day either at night or in the morning they will sanitize the entire the entire airplane with a fog now the in addition to that we've we've been accustomed throughout the years when an airplane lands at a location that would be our line while cleaning crews that will go and pick up the garbage and do some cleaning nowadays there's significant sanitized that taking place between flights so that's why you're seeing a significant hold time for some of these for the airlines because the amount of cleaning and sanitizing all the touch points of the of the airplane before it loads up new passengers before they fly so it'll change the industry but it is something that the public is going to be comfortable with and they're going to demand that their their safety before they jump on a plane again right and we haven't seen any reports of outbreaks because their flight to it over the past month or so I mean that I don't know a lot of people are flying these days but but it seems like it's gone well thus far when you think what will really get back to fine you know it's it's interesting that you say that because of the one of the biggest fears are one of the biggest subject do you hear people talking about when they're flying airplanes at the year that the year is being recirculated being re used in airplane cabins those are the those were really the old fashioned airplanes nowadays at seventy to eighty percent of the error that you're reading as a passenger in an airplane is fresh air from the outside in the thirty to twenty percent this miracle is going to help us soldiers in fact it's not even happening in your home that are happening in your place of business right where else is the air being filtered or refresh the if you will as much as the odds on airplanes so I think the trouble in itself has has suffered a has gone down but I will tell you that it's increasing week over week so it it's going to be a slow start but we do see the upward curve are already take place

How Rolling Stones Suzy Exposito Made History with Her Bad Bunny Cover Story

Latina to Latina

06:38 min | Last month

How Rolling Stones Suzy Exposito Made History with Her Bad Bunny Cover Story

"I feel like I am constantly pitching celebrities and publicists. So let me ask you before we even get into the making of this. How were you able to score and interview with Bad Bunny? Luckily I had interviewed him before I interviewed him at the Latin grammys in two thousand eighteen. And I seem to have caught him at a time where he was definitely. You know making it big in the Latin space but had just you know started to crack the anglophone market and I went to the Latin grammys and figured what this is where I'm going to find him. Generally bad bunny is a bit of an elusive chanteuse. So he to quote Mariah Carey He doesn't like doing very many interviews and at the time I got like maybe fifteen twenty minutes with him honestly. He's just such a freak. I love it. I feel like Latin music has been sorely lacking in legit freaks. And I'm someone who had described myself as a freak by that. I mean people who are not afraid to try new things people who aren't afraid of like breaking ground who aren't afraid of experimenting whether it's like you know like bad bunny. I think it's in both his style like personal style and also in his music and in the ideas that he shares so I kept in touch. With the publicist. Sue Haley. Sola in I told her I was like I really want him on the cover of rolling stone and she was like okay. Let me know how we can make that happen was like well? Let me know the next time. He's putting out an album and we'll start to work on it. I think lake just every time they would talk about the cover. I be like I think bunnies GonNa do something really big soon. We should be ready for it. there's also the Jaylo insecure a super bowl coming up. I didn't know he was going to be performing with them but I suspected because he did that song with Jaylo before He might be one of their surprise guests. And then he appeared. Soi in Swarovski crystals in so I went back to my bosses and I was like look this dude. He's blowing up like he performed for the biggest most mainstream television audience in the United States at this point like come on and they were like. Okay let's talk about it so I talked to sue Haley and I was like I think we need to make an impression and she was like okay. He's going to be on fallon. Why don't we stop by your office? I was like stop by the office. Bring a few of the songs I'm going to invite my editors and then they can hear the music and like chat with him a little bit and so he came to the office and I only invited like maybe six or seven people and within like two songs. The office just filled up with people. Once they realized bad bunny was in. The office went from like ten people to like fifty sixty people crowded into the conference room. Just like listening to his music. He played a few songs and people were super stoked. I mean the energy in the room was just like so. It was just like dynamite. You know like people were dancing. Kinda grooving with it editors for like are a we can. We can see the appeal and he's so charismatic even for people like who don't speak Spanish. He's his charisma. Just like shines through. They were like all right. Let's do a cover like that's how it happened. How did Gabriela Bailing Gary Get to shoot the cover? Oh it was. It was an idea our creative director had. We couldn't fly anybody there. So Katrina was like. Why don't we ask bad? Bunny if there's anyone like within close proximity to him who might be able to take some nice photos and like she'd already taken photos for him a lot of the photos that you saw in his instagram. I mean over the past three years. She's taken those photos. They've been dating for three years and he hadn't gone public with her and I didn't go into this in the story. A lot of people they say nasty things about people's partners especially because she's a civilian. She is not involved in any of this. She's not a celebrity and so he kind of wanted to protect her. But of course in quarantine. It became apparent that he had someone there with him. And who better to photograph him than the Woman? Who's been secretly photographing him this entire time. At least like his assent in so she took amazing photos. She really did and she did it with an iphone which. I love did it. Add an element then to also be able to have the first let the Anna shoot a cover for ruling. Yes absolutely I mean. I think I'm going to get in trouble for saying this. Because it's it's a fact like most of the people who shoot covers and it's not just at rolling stone but it's across the board in print journalism. Most of them are men. I think it's amazing in a way like how this worked out. At first we were so scared we were like. Oh my God. Are we going to make this happen? Are we GONNA have to shoot this cover over zoom like what take I just really love? The gabby like agreed to do this and she knocked it out of a park. I'm like really proud of her. And Benito's really proud of her to. I told him in an interview I was like. Did you know that your girlfriend is going to be the source To cover? He was like he's like. Wow he was so proud of her and he didn't take any credit for it at all. It's not like he was like Oh yes. She could only do it because he was like. She is talented and like He. He wants people to see that he was just like thrilled to kind of like push her into the spotlight

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"sola" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

Christian Podcast Community

08:40 min | Last month

"sola" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

"That's why we offer a lot of our stuff free of charge. It's out on Youtube. All of our classes are Youtube for free. Could Watch them get a good foundation. Good Education without having to pay anything so we we try to do that. But we do need we do need supporters. I that because money doesn't grow on trees but We we try to give away everything that we can so that we can see people literally around the world. We actually trained pastors through our Kademi in other countries in China in Chile in Brazil. Different places where we've been contacted and they're getting trained and their pastors because they don't have training in their countries. That's why we we offer for free you know it's like appeal pill support us. They're like oh well you know we're trying to do not supporting us. You're supporting that guy. And in China we have five churches in China that have gone through our courses because they couldn't get training like we get an America where we're spoiled. You know. James should get back into his seminary schooling there. Because you know he's got it available. Yeah is coming it is coming. I'm very excited about getting rolling back into that again. Did you have to give up your Your guns when you move to Ohio. No absolutely not Ask Jersey here. Oh I bet. I bet you're able to carry a tactical pen if you want. I'm armed. Yeah you'll be like California before long and not getting strolls. We lead that. We're GONNA lead the liberalism. We're we'RE GONNA fight. Yeah I was on the way home from work today. There were people on an overpass above the interstate that it had just a huge on that said impeach so Down South it was. It was all for trump here Itza. Hey look totally. For impeachment of Biden and Pelosi I fully support impeaching them since they're actually the ones guilty of what they're thinking everyone else's down there trying to affect an election with an impeachment process that they don't actually start and I would agree with that wholeheartedly For everyone that doesn't know you can visit Andrew Online at striving for eternity dot Org Chetta Ministry out View some of the resources that they have. But I would encourage you that if there is a ministry that you are looking to support if there is a ministry that is that actually will put that support to great use for the furthering of Kingdom of God striving for eternity. Is that ministry. You can see details on there about how you can become a monthly supporter for striving for returning again that is striving for eternity dot. Org Check out the book resources on their check out. What do they believe? What do we believe great resources? I have copies of them and there are a lot of how lights in there we all we all doctrines restaurant book on the origin of kinds. Yep Anthony. Sylvestre was actually someone that I am going to have on the podcast in the near future. regarding creation sought some very excited about no way. We're going to talk about. Can you guess the book? Can you guess it origin species by Charles Darwin? Yeah we're going to talk about genesis that book Anthony's is talk about Genesis Elliott Racing Guy. Genesis didn't know I mean if you ask them to preach on marriage you know where he goes genesis if you ask them to preach on Christ you know where he goes anyway genesis if you ask them to preach almost anything. Do you know where he goes. Genesis is it all begins sixty five other books. But Ed thank you so much for recording with of things. He won't even pick up on that because he never listens to podcasts. No he doesn't he doesn't so picking on it'll be easy and whenever we're release subsoil so do with Mike and edit a lot of stuff in there and make him say a lot of stuff that he didn't say and he would never know but we we can work on that we could But again Gaza. Strip for eternity dot org you can visit. Us online at five ministries DOT COM. Thank you very much Andrew for joining me. Hopefully this is not the last time. And hopefully it's not another thirty episodes before I can get you on. It's been great I've enjoyed talking about. This is very important with that. Said Guys Nets Week. We are going to be moving into the solar that should have been number one solo script horror. We're GONNA spend a lot of time on that because we really need to hash that out. A lot of people think that That solar feet was kind of that that main battle cry of the reformation. But really whenever you look at it was Sola Script Torah. That was at foundation that they were fighting so hard for and we to be your guest. I don't WanNa see it Austin. Had Soler the guy that lives about six minutes away from me. Is HE SOON TO BE PAT? My pastors that. Who's what is titled Soon to be for. You made me so you know. We're a great problem here in Ohio. I don't understand this problem. Yeah most people have a hard time finding a solid church to attend 'em we're kind of sandwiched between multiple churches at weaken. Choose from so solid. And I mean just filled with gobbly people who love the word of God who love Jesus Christ and the fellowship that we've had with members of both churches. Yes absolutely phenomenal. So that you guys prayer for us about that. We're definitely ready to get plugged into a church church. We can call home and a church that we can grow in the greater knowledge of our Lord and Savior. Jesus Christ and that we can serve in. That's the big thing is we won't to be able to serve within the church that we are in and with asset Andrew. Thank you again. I've enjoyed it. Ghazni sweet. Join me as we continue our series with Sola Scrip Torah. A big one. And in the meantime guys go back listen to previous episodes Goto Andrews podcasts on your favorite podcasting at search for the rap report you can listen to the rap report The weekly episode. You can listen to the daily so you WanNa be a podcast or apologetic love. I'm now because there's like I feel like there's about thirteen other ones that I'm not mentioning. Well I could give you the list if you want because I go ahead go ahead. We got Andrew Report. Treport EFFORTS REP report. Daily did OCCA- with Justin Peters. And that is starting. He has sixty episodes. That of all the PODCASTS. That dropped so you have sixty episodes of Justin Peters Theology Gals Politics Live. So you WANNA be a podcast or five solas ministries by Seoul's podcast. What are we even doing here? The WAY RADIO EVERY DAY MINISTRY. Podcast prescribed truth. Podcast Romans road with Eddie Roman. You gotta be checking that one. If you haven't listened to Eddie great stuff on evangelism. Blue stocking. Baptists that's the balance out those Presbyterian theology right and then are you just watching that someone for Frank Mollison. She likes to go to the movies. give you guys some critical thinking about movies and so we have several. That are coming. Though we have a contract out with creation science for kids show says the first is being announced we have revived thoughts. Two guys in a Bible Echo Zoe radio and we got a couple of others that I won't announce an. I'll just say that we have one person that I'm GONNA be reaching out to that very well-known Christian ministry very well-known Christian radio host. He contacted me now. It was kind of funny. I will admit he was like you guys have James White on there so you must have the other Jamie James. Check all right guys but thank you again Andrew Go back list. So Strung. Returning DOT. Org also visit us at five solas ministries dot Com and as always. Everyone makes all that you do be done to the glory.

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"sola" Discussed on Andrew Rappaport's Rapp Report

Andrew Rappaport's Rapp Report

08:40 min | Last month

"sola" Discussed on Andrew Rappaport's Rapp Report

"That's why we offer a lot of our stuff free of charge. It's out on Youtube. All of our classes are Youtube for free. Could Watch them get a good foundation. Good Education without having to pay anything so we we try to do that but we do need we do need supporters that because money doesn't grow on trees but We we try to give away everything that we can so that we can see people literally around the world. We actually trained pastors through our Kademi in other countries in China in Chile in Brazil. Different places where we've been contacted and they're getting trained and their pastors because they don't have training in their countries. That's why we we offer for free you know it's like appeal pills support us. They're like oh well you know we're trying to do not supporting us. You're supporting that guy. And in China we have five churches in China that have gone through our courses because they couldn't get training like we get an America where we're spoiled know. James should get back into his seminary schooling there. Because you know he's got it available. Yeah is coming it is coming. I'm very excited about getting rolling back into that again. Did you have to give up your Your guns when you move to Ohio. No absolutely not Ask Jersey here. Oh I bet. I bet you're able to carry a tactical pen if you want. I'm armed you'll be like California before long and not getting strolls we lead that we're gonNA lead the liberalism. We're we'RE GONNA fight. Yeah I was on the way home from work today. There were people on an overpass above the interstate that it had just a huge on that said impeach so Down South it was. It was all for trump here Itza. Hey look totally. For impeachment of Biden and Pelosi I fully support impeaching them since they're actually the ones guilty of what they're thinking everyone else's down there trying to affect an election with an impeachment process that they don't actually start and I would agree with that wholeheartedly For everyone that doesn't know you can visit Andrew Online at striving for eternity dot Org Chetta Ministry out View some of the resources that they have. But I would encourage you that if there is a ministry that you are looking to support if there is a ministry that is that actually will put that support to great use for the furthering of Kingdom of God striving for eternity. Is that ministry. You can see details on there about how you can become a monthly supporter for straubing for returning again. That is striving for eternity dot. Org Check out the book resources on their check out. What do they believe? What do we believe great resources? I have copies of them and there are a lot of how lights in there we all we all doctrines restaurant book on the origin of kinds. Yep Anthony. Sylvestre was actually someone that I am going to have on the podcast in the near future. regarding creation sought some very excited about no way. We're going to talk about. Can you guess the book? Can you guess it origin species by Charles Darwin? Yeah we're going to talk about genesis. That book Anthony's is talk about genesis increasing racing guy. Genesis didn't know I mean if you ask them to preach on marriage you know where he goes genesis if you ask them to preach on Christ you know where he goes anyway genesis if you ask them to preach almost anything do you know where he goes. Genesis is it all begins sixty five other books but eh thank you so much for recording with of things. He won't even pick up on that because he never listens to podcasts. No he doesn't he doesn't so picking on it'll be easy and whenever we're release subsoil so do with Mike and edit a lot of stuff in there and make him say a lot of stuff that he didn't say and he would never know but we we can work on that we could But again Gaza. Strip for eternity dot org you can visit. Us online at five ministries DOT COM. Thank you very much Andrew for joining me. Hopefully this is not the last time. And hopefully it's not another thirty episodes before I can get you on. It's been great I've enjoyed talking about. This is very important with that. Said Guys Nets Week. We're going to be moving into the solar that should have been number one solo script. Toro we're GONNA spend a lot of time on that because we really need to hash that out. A lot of people think that That Solar Feet Fiji was kind of that that main battle cry of the reformation. But really whenever you look at it was Sola Script Torah. That was at foundation that they were fighting so hard for and we to be your guest. I don't WanNa see it Austin. Had Soler the guy that lives about six minutes away from me. Is HE SOON TO BE PAT? My pastors that. Who's what is titled. Soon to be for you. Maybe so you know. We're we have a great problem here in Ohio. I don't understand this problem. Yeah most people have a hard time finding a solid church to attend. Am We're kind of sandwiched between multiple churches at weaken? Choose from so solid. And I mean just filled with gobbly people who love the word of God who love Jesus Christ and the fellowship that we've had with members of both churches. Yes absolutely phenomenal. So that you guys prayer for us about that. We're definitely ready to get plugged into a church church. We can call home and a church that we can grow in the greater knowledge of our Lord and Savior. Jesus Christ and that we can serve in. That's the big thing is we won't to be able to serve within the church that we are in and with asset Andrew. Thank you again. I've enjoyed it. Ghazni sweet. Join me as we continue our series with. Sola SCRIP TORAH. A Big One and in the meantime guys go back listen to previous episodes. Goto Andrews podcasts on your favorite podcasting at search for the rap reports. You can listen to the RAP report The weekly episode. You can listen to the daily so you WanNa be a podcast or apologetic love. I'm now because there's like I feel like there's about thirteen other ones that I'm not mentioning. I could give you the list if you want because I go ahead go ahead. We got Andrew Report. Treport efforts report daily did OCCA- with Justin Peters and that is starting. He has sixty episodes. That of all the PODCASTS. That dropped so you have sixty episodes of Justin Peters Theology Gals Politics Live. So you WANNA be a podcast or five solas ministries by Seoul's podcast. What are we even doing here? The WAY RADIO EVERY DAY MINISTRY. Podcast prescribed truth. Podcast Romans road with Eddie Roman. You gotta be checking that one. If you haven't listened to Eddie great stuff on evangelism blue stocking cap fists that's the Balance Out those Presbyterian Theology gals and then are you just watching that someone for Frank Mollison. She likes to go to the movies Give you guys some critical thinking about movies and so we have several. That are coming. Though we have a contract out with creation science for kids show says the first is being announced we have revived thoughts. Two guys in a Bible Echo Zoe radio and we got a couple of others that I won't announce an. I'll just say that we have one person that I'm GONNA be reaching out to that very well-known Christian ministry very well-known Christian radio host. He contacted me now. It was kind of funny. I will admit he was like you guys have James White on there so you must have the other Jamie James. 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"sola" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

Christian Podcast Community

06:31 min | Last month

"sola" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

"When he wrote I timothy to. What's he doing there he saying but I believe in? Jesus know you hate Jesus? That's what I said to him. You hate Christ. I know you don't WanNa think that. But you think your words and your opinions can more than his word so no. You don't like Christ if you don't submit to everything he said so. That really is going to be way of measuring how do we? How do we view our life in light of Christ when we sin do we hate the consequences of sin or do we actually hate the sin because this is what Christ died for? There's a big difference there when people struggle with come into me pastor. I'm struggling with you. Know I don't really think of saved I just usually. What is some sin in their life and you work with them and yet? That's the question you ask. You hate the center. The consequence people that hate the consequence. We're going to share the Gospel people. That are like this. I just hate the fact. This is what Christ died for and I keep going back to IT K. Now we're dealing with someone. That's probably a believer because a believer hates what Christ headed suffer for that. So are you going to submit everything to Chris? Are there things in the Bible? I wish it didn't say sure. I mean it'd be so much easier. If Christ has said Yeah. Women can be pastors and preachers and go for. I mean it'd be much easier in in our culture but it's not what he said and so I have to submit to the word of God and like it or not. It's because God is God not me and so I think the issue becomes one of do you truly trust God or do you want to get out of Hell Free Card Right. Most people just want to get out of free card pretty much. That is very very you know it. It really is heartbreaking. Whenever you deal with people who are saying that. Yeah I believe in Jesus the question really and truly is especially whenever you are directly opposing the words that Jesus spoke in. And that's kind of another point too is. We can't separate the red letters in the New Testament from the black letters in the Old Testament. We can't do that. I mean that Christ was in disagreement with anything that was written in the Old Testament but there really has to come that question. Okay what Jesus are you referring to? And every single instance. Set your whenever. You're speaking to someone like that. You're finding that they have created a God that is in their image and so that was a wonderful answer in just looking at another quote. I'm full of quotes tonight. I DID A lot. I did a lot of two years of quote mining. Yea well actually. About two years ago I had to. I preached on the topic of Christ alone. And what Franken I did it. Devorah is it was. There were five Sundays in the month. So each Sunday we did a solo and frank. No yeah so it was his idea to. Why am I not surprised? But he did kind of like a historical introduction to and then I would come up and I would preach on the text and texts that are preached mainly out of was at twelve which says and there is salvation in no one else for there is no other name under heaven given among men by which we must be saved and couple of plumbing. There's me points that you can make make from that. Of course and there is salvation and no one else not a CO media. Accurate says nothing from the pope. You can't give the hope of twenty dollars and say can you forgive this mortal sin I it just. It's not lied that way. But there is an absolute necessity given in that verse by which we must be saved is that we must be saved. That's the point that we made in. Sola fee day is that our greatest need is not necessarily anything material in this world. Our greatest need is something spiritual something that must occur by the work in the power of the Holy Spirit and that is the regeneration the grant the granting of fate the grading of repentance and I want to look just a little bit. Obviously you know we. We've spoken the rich and we've spoke on the absolute necessity of the Deity of Christ and I'm looking forward to something that I have coming up. We're actually GONNA be talking about the Holy Spirit Because people don't question the deity of the father. They don't do that. They'll question the deity of the son. But the one that I've found more than US people have a very difficult time with the Deity of the Holy Spirit now that they have difficulty with it. They'll they'll profess it but they really don't know how to navigate through that From scriptural basis but in light of Christ alone what is the Gospel for someone? May maybe non believer of course but also for those who are professing to be a believer who are maybe following a different Jesus in the one that is given to end the scriptures. What is the Gospel in light of this amazing truth? Well let me quote Paul. This is the Second Corinthians five twenty one for our sake. He made him to be sin. Who Knew no sin so that we might become the righteousness of God? That really is the Osborne one verse. If you want one word you would be the theological term imputation and that's what that verse really captures. Our Sin was laid upon Christ. His righteousness is laid upon us. We don't deserve it. We can't earn it the Gospel. The good news is the fact that Christ saves us because of what he did it is something that is different from any any man made religion because every man made religion wants to praise their own efforts their.

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"sola" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

Christian Podcast Community

07:35 min | Last month

"sola" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

"The church. It's not Christ in Majesty William. It's not Christ and your works. This is essential to the Gospel. Because this is what's going to separate. Every single man made religion and divine religion that God established every man made religion every single one of them. Hinduism Buddhism Islam Second Temple Judaism which is different than Old Testament. Studio Roman Catholicism. All of those they all have some element of human effort every single one of them. Even if it's the Catholic church where they're going to say it's faith plus works if it's mormonism. It's grace after all you can do. If it's Islam it's one good deed counts for ten bad deeds if Second Temple Judaism. It's doing Tara obeying the law. All of these have human effort and Luther said No. It is Christ but it's not just Christ it's Christ alone Amen Amen. And whenever we're looking at this whenever we are looking at the all sufficiency of Christ's that means by implication alone that we in and of ourselves or insufficient and that's what the Scripture says it says not that we are adequate and ourselves to consider anything as coming from ourselves but our adequacy is from God and that is Second Corinthians chapter three verse five and so I think that we need to logically go this route for the Believers. That are listening this. Should I say should I'm kinda getting some air quotes here? This should be a question that we are able to answer But once you find whenever you ask this question who is Jesus Christ. Jacana get answers. That are all over the place if you talk to an atheist rent since they think they know everything there is to know about the Bible about who Jesus Christ is but they ended up giving completely wrong answer so I want to dive into with you. If you don't mind who is Jesus Christ and I do want to give you a little bit of a plug because you can help people out a lot more and a lot. More detail with stem. What the podcasts up. So can give because you have written to very detailed books You have written. What do we believe which basically is the breakdown of the Christian faith? And you also have written. What do they believe which dilling with this topic here of Solis creases? I mean this could really benefit others to know what do other people believe regarding. Who Jesus Christ is what is How do they define salvation? Because like you were saying. Mormons Roman Catholic so use a lot of the same language but they are very very huge differences and what they mean by WHO Jesus Crisis. Speaking to a Mormon for instance. They'll say I believe. In Jesus he lived he died. He rose from the dead okay but who is Jesus. Christ will he is a God right. So can we dive into that? Who is Jesus? Christ someone asks you that question. What answer do you give well? This is an essential question to ask when it comes to discussing religions specifically Christianity every man made religion is based on a man-made system K. You can have Islam without Muhammad. Is Nothing actually special about Muhammad Himself? He was someone that they would say that a lie used now. Muslims will get very upset when you say something like that but there's really nothing special about him. You can have mormonism without Joe Smith. You don't need that individual you could look at you know any of these religions and there's nothing special about the individual founder of that religion but that's not so with Christianity Christianity which by the way little Christ's Christian Means Little Christ. They look like they try to act like Christ. That's exactly right that it is what it was meant as a as an insult and Christians. That had like that. Yes we want to be like Christ. We're little Christ's okay. We'll take it. Thanks for the. Thanks for the advice on what to call. Ourselves is better than the way which is what they were being called before so so when you see his when a look at Christianity it's based on the person of Jesus Christ not his teachings but he himself who he is so Jesus Christ is truly God truly man we we could get into why that's important later but the issue is you must see that he is not just a human being he is truly. God truly man making him different from any other religious leader or founder. It is because of what Christ did on the Cross that Christians look to Christ that he died in our place that he took our sin upon himself on that cross and in exchange. This is what you see in. Second Corinthians five point one in exchange he gives us his righteousness. That is a mind blow. I mean that's unfathomable that he takes our sin gives us his righteousness but that is why it's based on him. You will not have Christianity without Jesus Christ. This is what Paul says when he talks about the resurrection. We are most pitiable. If Christ didn't race because our faith would be in vain you see so. This isn't based on teachings grace. This is based on Christ himself so you brought up a very important point in there in that. Jesus Christ is fully man fully. God of course. This is a teaching that we know is opposite union. I remember whenever I was first being introduced to you years back. I can't exactly remember how come up on the video on youtube but there is a video of you you're dialoguing with a Jehovah's Witness and one of the ways that you started out was cannot tell you why Jesus must be God but in doing so you also explained why he had to be fully man and the explanation that you gave to the Jehovah's Witness it just blew my mind because I think he was at that moment there that are it really clicked with me because I was coming out of the Prosperity Gospel at that point. So it just kinda clicked with me that this Jesus setup thought that I knew I didn't know anything whatsoever and I want us to dive a little bit into that particular doctrine and we're GonNa do that right after this quick break. Tom Darrow. Here's my wife Karen where the host of the what are we even doing here. Podcast the podcast that seeks the answer. The question that we all asked. What are we even doing here? We cover topics such as marriage family life and living a Christian life in this crazy world. We don't have all the answers but we know where to look. Subscribe to on Itunes and follow us on soundcloud seek the Kingdom of God and find out what we are even doing here..

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"sola" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

Christian Podcast Community

09:16 min | Last month

"sola" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

"What's up everyone? This is James Watkins with the five. Solas podcast hope that you were all doing absolutely fantastic as always tonight. I very excited because I have with me to discuss the topic of Solis Crisis Christ womb someone that I have been moaning to have on the podcast ever since we started up and timing just never really worked out Scheduled with him and then had to cancel and he says it's not a good reason but I think it was a pretty good reason own the show with me. Today I have Andrew Rappaport of striving for Eternity Ministries. And you hear the crowd going on in the background Andrew. How are you doing great? Glad to be here. It is fantastic to have you on a most people talk about you in nearly every episode. Well there's a lot of sarcasm in there but I do have a lot of respect for you. Got Some sarcasm. No little sarcasm before the show as everyone knows. I'm quite bald headed That was something that started when I was about. Nineteen years old and I told Andrew is like asked. Oh you shampoo that faith and he didn't remember it but he him Frank Mola's are actually the ones that made that comment but Andrew is the founder and president of striving for eternity ministries a ministry. That has been very impactful in my Christian. Welcome very thankful for the Ministry and the word that Andrew Does for the Kingdom Andrew. I'm not sure I'm very sure people are pretty familiar with you. But there's probably a little bit of a chance that these people listening or dislike. Who was this Andrew? Rappaport God that this guy's bragging about right now so could you just for the listeners. Fill PEOPLE IN. Who are you wishing ministry about Amon? Nobody nothing who agreed with that weren't they? They were just hearing for you. Whenever you were introduced I'm Andrew reports from Striving for eternity ministries grew up in a Christian home. No I didn't grow up in. A Jewish home was thrown almost on at a house when I was converted but I Started just a cycling people and that's really what's driving for attorneys about. We do discipleship in a lot of different ways whether it be coming churches in our weekend. Seminars preaching conferences preaching churches. We have an online academy where we do. Teaching we have the Christian podcast community where we disciple podcasters. And I have a couple of podcasts. Just a few. We got Andrew Wrapped Porch rap report. Which is a weekly one hour. One which yeah. There's going to be some fireworks Jamal Bandy from prescribed truth and I talked about this whole Dallas police officer case. I have a very different than anybody. I've talked with Virgil from just thinking and he was like. Wow I never even thought of that aspect of it. Jamal was like yeah. We gotta talk about that so we very different view. You'll have to listen to that. And then after that the following week. I'm going to have Justin Peters Jim Osmond and we're GONNA talk about S. more catch. Fire Arcs has so you're doing we're joking you know. This week is Sola Kristofferson. I think her her theory would be Sola more of MEA. I was hoping that I was going to be able to work that in somewhere. So I can take credit for it but it didn't work but Yes Oh my Monday through Friday. Two minute podcast or people like those sure ones nicely about that isn't going through a very lengthy number of topics that people. WanNa have heard answers to that you get on the streets some giving terminent answers to issues. Why did God allow the Holocaust that was today's and so do those short answers give the transcription so people want to go and just copy and paste? When they have need they could do that. I have apologised live every Thursday night. You've been on there. We just have an live. Show any questions challenges. Whatever sometimes we have debates on there. We do that live on. Thursday nights at apologised live dot com. I do so you. WanNa be a podcast. Her for well podcasters and we got two more. That are going to be coming up really soon. And you're you'RE GONNA be able to be part of it James. The all the podcasters and the Christian podcast community are GONNA be getting together for a theology podcast. Hey we're gonNA talk the algae the first topic. I haven't even put this into the group yet. The first topic Christian Liberty Show. That's GonNa that's GonNa have a little bit of Some differing viewpoints. Madeira will also. So we'RE GONNA WE'RE GONNA deal with that. That's a monthly podcast. Then we're going to have a one for ministers for people in Vocational Ministry. So so it's about six podcasts. I that I have on my docket and then you do a lot of travel on top of that so I mean do you. Do you have more than twenty four hours in a day. I mean is that is that a part that comes with living in Jersey or no. There's no perks the thing is. I don't sleep so I get more done in a day than I guess most people. So you brought up the Christian podcast community and the episode that we just did with James D White on the topic of Sola fee day. We talked about the Christian podcast community a little bit and just a not necessarily the fact that I mean concert. There are a lot of podcasts. That are coming available with the podcast community. But it's not really so much a boast about the number of podcasts that we have by the quality of the content that is coming from the community and I really and truly enjoy being a part of the community. I was blessed to be the I guess the the first Guinea pig. I guess that's the way to put it but Andrew is on with me today and we are discussing. We're continuing our five Sola series here and today. We are arriving at Solis crisis. Christ pretty big one. I think we're doing solar script Torah. Oh No wrong wrong. Calendar now actually. I'm very excited about doing solo script tour and to answer your question. The reason why that one day can go first We were talking about a little bit last week. The person that I'm doing solo script tour with we just never get the scheduling right in order to to get done Dr Melissa. That must be. It is not the Good Reverend Melissa. It's not it's not. I don't I don't WanNa give away who. It is a very very silent brother in Christ knowing jeans white. The other James White No he was just on last week but I might go knocking on his door again pretty soon but today we arriving at the teaching of Christ alone in Christ alone is really and truly a dagger to the heart of the factory of idols. Men make that deviates from the all sufficiency of Christ and. I'm assuming that is why you really wanted to. Whenever I asked in the podcast community facebook page I was just asking who would like to do what and I. I'd like to do Christ alone. It's like okay. I wouldn't mind I wouldn't mind that ear. That's that's pretty easy one but for the listeners. Out there whenever we are talking about the teaching of Christ alone. What exactly is it that we are meaning whenever we say this year. Well let's put it in. Its historical context because this is something a lot of people don't know to do is we have these doctrines. We know them today and we we unfortunately remove them from their historical context that they were formed in and then we start picking them so in. Its historical context. There was a battle going on started actually with Hus John hus but later with Luther Calvin Others Swingley. The issue was and you see this. Allot with hus arguing. And then more so with luther when he he's arguing with the Catholic Church Catholic church had corrupted the doctrines that we see from the early church. Fathers and in that. They're adding tradition. They're adding the church. They're adding own authority so the Catholic Church meaning the magistrates. The the leaders are the ones that can give. Grace can bestow this on people and actually give salvation so now you have this issue. Well where does salvation really come from so we say? Sola script store a Sola feed we say all these and Sola Christos. We're saying alone Christ. Meaning it's not Christ and.

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"sola" Discussed on Andrew Rappaport's Rapp Report

Andrew Rappaport's Rapp Report

09:16 min | Last month

"sola" Discussed on Andrew Rappaport's Rapp Report

"What's up everyone? This is James Watkins with the five. Solas podcast hope that you were all doing absolutely fantastic as always tonight. I very excited because I have with me to discuss the topic of Solis crisis. Christ aloom someone that I have been moaning to have on the podcast ever since we started up and timing just never really worked out Scheduled with him and then had to cancel and he says it's not a good reason but I think it was a pretty good reason own the show with me. Today I have Andrew Rappaport of striving for Eternity Ministries. And you hear the crowd going on in the background Andrew. How are you doing great? Glad to be here. It is fantastic to have you on a most people talk about you in nearly every episode. Well there's a lot of sarcasm in there but I do have a lot of respect for you. Got Some sarcasm sarcasm before the show as everyone knows. I'm quite bald headed That was something that started when I was about. Nineteen years old and I told Andrew is like asked. Oh you shampoo. I'll call that faith. And he didn't remember it but he him Frank Mola's are actually the ones that made that comment but Andrew is the founder and president of striving for eternity ministries a ministry. That has been very impactful in my Christian. Welcome very thankful for the Ministry and the word that Andrew Does for the Kingdom Andrew. I'm not sure I'm very sure people are pretty familiar with you. But there's probably a little bit of a chance that these people listening or dislike. Who was this Andrew? Rappaport God that this guy's bragging about right now so could you just for the listeners. Fill PEOPLE IN. Who are you wishing ministry about Amon nobody? Nothing was agreed with that weren't they? They were just hearing for you. Whenever you were introduced I'm Andrew reports from Striving for eternity ministries grew up in a Christian home. No I didn't grow up in. A Jewish home was thrown almost on at a house when I was converted but I Started just a cycling people and that's really what's driving for attorneys about. We do discipleship in a lot of different ways whether it be coming churches in our weekend. Seminars preaching conferences preaching churches. We have an online academy where we do. Teaching we have the Christian podcast community where we disciple podcasters. And I have a couple of podcasts. Just a few. We got Andrew Wrapped Porch rap report. Which is a weekly one hour. One which yeah. There's going to be some fireworks Jamal Bandy from prescribed truth and I talked about this whole Dallas police officer case. I have a very different than anybody. I've talked with Virgil from just thinking and he was like. Wow I never even thought of that aspect of it. Jamal was like yeah. We gotta talk about that so we very different view. You'll have to listen to that. And then after that the following week. I'm going to have Justin Peters Jim Osmond and we're GONNA talk about s more catch. Fire Arcs the has. So you're doing we're joking you know. This week is Sola Kristofferson. I think her her theory would be Sola. More of MEA was hoping that I was going to be able to work that in somewhere so I can take credit for it but it didn't work but Yes Oh my Monday through Friday. Two minute podcast or people like those sure ones nicely about that isn't going through a very lengthy number of topics that people. WanNa have heard answers to that you get on the streets some giving terminent answers to issues. Why did God allow the Holocaust that was today's and so do those short answers give the transcription so people want to go and just copy and paste? When they have need they could do that. I have apologised live every Thursday night. You've been on there. We just have an live. Show any questions challenges. Whatever sometimes we have debates on there. We do that live on. Thursday nights at apologised live dot com. I do so you. WanNa be a podcast. Her for well podcasters and we got two more. That are going to be coming up really soon. And you're you'RE GONNA be able to be part of it James. The all the podcasters and the Christian podcast community are GONNA be getting together for a theology podcast. Hey we're gonNA talk the algae the first topic. I haven't even put this into the group yet. The first topic Christian Liberty. Chris that's GonNa that's GonNa have a little bit of Some differing viewpoints. Madeira will also. So we'RE GONNA WE'RE GONNA deal with that. That's a monthly podcast. Then we're going to have a one for ministers for people in Vocational Ministry. So so it's about six podcasts. I that I have on my docket and then you do a lot of travel on top of that so I mean do you. Do you have more than twenty four hours in a day. I mean is that is that a part that comes with living in Jersey or no. There's no perks the thing is. I don't sleep so I get more done in a day than I guess most people. So you brought up the Christian podcast community and the episode that we just did with James D White on the topic of Sola fee day. We talked about the Christian podcast community a little bit and just a not necessarily the fact that I mean concert. There are a lot of podcasts. That are coming available with the podcast community. But it's not really so much a boast about the number of podcasts that we have by the quality of the content that is coming from the community and I really and truly enjoy being a part of the community. I was blessed to be the I guess the the first Guinea pig. I guess that's the way to put it but Andrew is on with me today and we are discussing. We're continuing our five Sola series here and today. We are arriving at Solis crisis. Christ alone pretty big one. I think we're doing solar script Torah. Oh No wrong wrong. Calendar now actually. I'm very excited about doing solo script tour and to answer your question. The reason why that one day can go first We were talking about a little bit last week. The person that I'm doing solo script tour with we just never get the scheduling right in order to to get it done Dr Melissa. That must be. It is not the Good Reverend Melissa. It's not it's not. I don't I don't WanNa give away who. It is a very very silent brother in Christ knowing jeans white. The other James White No he was just on last week but I might go knocking on his door again pretty soon but today we arriving at the teaching of Christ alone in Christ alone is really and truly a dagger to the heart of the factory of idols. Men make that deviates from the all sufficiency of Christ and. I'm assuming that is why you really wanted to. Whenever I asked in the podcast community facebook page I was just asking who would like to do what and I. I'd like to do Christ alone. It's like okay. I wouldn't mind I wouldn't mind that ear. That's that's pretty easy one but for the listeners. Out there whenever we are talking about the teaching of Christ alone. What exactly is it that we are meaning whenever we say this year. Well let's put it in. Its historical context because this is something a lot of people don't know to do is we have these doctrines. We know them today and we we unfortunately remove them from their historical context that they were formed in and then we start picking them so in. Its historical context. There was a battle going on started actually with Hus John hus but later with Luther Calvin Others Swingley. The issue was and you see this. Allot with hus arguing. And then more so with luther when he he's arguing with the Catholic Church Catholic church had corrupted the doctrines that we see from the early church. Fathers and in that. They're adding tradition. They're adding the church. They're adding own authority so the Catholic Church meaning the magistrates. The the leaders are the ones that can give. Grace can bestow this on people and actually give salvation so now you have this issue. Well where does salvation really come from so we say? Sola script store a Sola feed we say all these and Sola Christos. We're saying alone Christ. Meaning it's not Christ and.

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Recipe Developing From Home

Bon Appetit Foodcast

08:34 min | 3 months ago

Recipe Developing From Home

"Big difference between coming to work at the World Trade Center and you're in this two thousand square foot kitchen with every pot and pan and spice that you need. You guys are now in your home. Kitchens with spouses and kids and pets and everything Solo. What's been the biggest challenge for you? It's just getting organized. I think I'll just I'll have a plan at the beginning of the day and then it never. It never goes according to plan. You know like today. My Pie melted. I thought I'd take your Pie. The I forgot to put an oven thermometer in there so I think the temperature was in right and then the crust. Just Chris what about you cooking in freeing up? The space to cook is a constant challenge but the hardest part is Ben when I wanNA take a great photo of something. It's like the stars really have to align like to SOLAS point. It can't be the day that you're crust decided to slump like right off. You know like into the abyss of the bottom of your oven. It can't be a day where you you have to be on my kid duty the entire day. It's like I need like the daylight I need to go out into my backyard. I need the food to look right at the right moment. I need to like have my entire setup and I've found that with certain dishes like I've been doing a lot of stuff with Spring produced and you have to start thinking like Stylus to get the best possible photo. Let's talk about that because typically when we're at work you guys developed the dishes in the bottom fifty test kitchen and then there is a photo department with professional photographers and stylists food stylists who take that recipe and then bring it to life in the form of a photograph. Now that we're all at home. You guys are the photographers. The prop stylist. The food stylists uric a one man band. How has that been working? You go ahead so well. Prop stylist have a prop cut that lockdown. Today's cloudy no photos happening today. I don't know it's just. It's just a I've realized it's a lot harder than I ever imagined to just like. Make a hard look at like every snow pea. When I'm playing something I just WanNa make a taste. Good and get it on the plate but when you're looking at it through the lens of the camera you suddenly realize Oh that mentally phys wilted this snow. Pea looks crooked This plate isn't as clean as I thought it would be. So just I guess I need to like slow down when I'm playing a little bit more. Because all of the flaws are magnified on camera. You have to build your dish in the dish on the set the way of food style would you can't really you know. Put the soup in the bowl back in the kitchen and then walk it outside. Yeah you know I mean it would be nice if we could but unfortunately that's just like not how great food photography works right. It's like you need to construct your dish. You need to construct each pleading of something and then you have this window of time. Clock is ticking. You know the colors are going to be vibrant and pop for some window of time and then you're going to start to lose it you know what are some of the dictates you received from the photo department in terms of how to shoot for a website like monoply dot com. The biggest thing for me was simply the idea that we need to shoot everything landscape and portrait like. I know that sounds silly but if you are somebody who uses instagram. And you use your iphone camera. Whatever your phone camera on your phone. Chances are you're used to thinking of food like as a vertical kind of proposition but a lot of the crops we need for our websites are landscape sort of orientation and that means you need to sit there and get both orientations and and I know that sounds like okay. Well that's just easy. You turn your phone but man. You'd be surprised how easy it is to forget. You know like taking like multiple orientations of something so those a lot having to do with kind of leaving negative space. When you're taking photographs making sure they can see plenty of surface to that they can crop in with different dimensions and different sort of aspect ratios but then yeah just the simple fact of a landscape and you had mentioned taking your food out to your backyard or you guys trying to shoot everything and natural light. Yeah I mean I don't know about you sola but I have to like the the light in my apartment you know like I don't have any kind of lighting setup you know so we're really behold into to natural light whether that's like a great window location indoors or really in my case it's got to be outside so the weather has to definitely cooperate. One day the wind was blowing Chili flakes off of my plate into my eyes all over my surface. It was. It was pretty extreme which photos just so the listener can get a sense of what it's like for you guys to shoot something at home. And then I know you work with Lower Murray and our footer department to help sort of tune up the the finished product. What photos are up now on site that each of you have shot that the listeners can go take? I don't think anything from me. I think soon you're gonNA see some dumplings. That was fun because I had to get my husband to help me He was the chopstick hand model. And then it was kind of interesting trying to like. Get the right angle to somehow. Like get where. He is. Get the camera where he is critical about you. Anything up on side right now the listeners. Check out what I have done. Let's see spring hot and sour soup. That's unhealthy ish. And then I did a pantry pasta recipe. That was tied to the youtube videos. We did of all of us doing pantry pastas. That's going to be basically. I think it's going live today but it's like a Pantry. Pasta with anchovies peas. And then yeah how this oxtail recipe. I'm going to be working on from chef. Kwami on at Kith and kin. So yeah excited to get going on that. But everything's been slow. You know getting to groceries this stuff that we need has been slower. We have to plan so far ahead so it's not just the weather it's like literally what's in the fridge typically Solo. You are someone. How should I put this? You can be rather meticulous with your testings and you can go through multiple iterations of a dish till you get to a point that you're content with it so I know you've been developing this. Is it a peanut butter and Jelly pies academic helping this for Ba from before quarantine like it feels like? I spent my entire life making this guy and I don't know why so. Are you just ordering lots of peanut butter through through five peanut debriefing or five jars of peanut butter? My husband just got sixty ounces of frozen fruit this morning from target. It's due on Thursday. Wish we look how. How many versions of the Pie of you created so? I guess the hardest thing is because I don't have everyone's feedback. I just keep going back and forth so I made some hand pies and then I did some pop tarts with an icing did pie pie and then for fun. I just thought I'd try slap pie but I think Chris. I think Pi Pi Regular Pie might be the way to go really so this is so interesting. Because this recipe and like this development process has taken a journey that really started back one World Trade Center like six weeks ago. I WanNa say and I feel like we've been sort of responding almost in real time with this recipe to like what's going on in the world in terms of like the ability of it right so like I like. This was like okay. This is like kind of an opportunity to do something. That's like not crazy difficult but like a little bit more of a showstopper you know. Maybe there's like a kind of fruit meringue situation happening on top lot of color and then it was like ratcheted right back to this needs to be like a hand pie like literally make some dough slap peanut butter slap some some jelly in their closet up boom done so. I think it's been interesting to sort of see the evolution of this recipe. And you know how it's almost like kind of just responding to like. What do we think people are up for now you know? Do they need a project or they just want something. That's kind of simple and delicious. You know what I think. I think that there's that saying whatever I it's not about the destination it's about the journey. I think with Sola. The recipe is always about the journey. You leave no stone. Have to make it as bad as possible. I need to get the depths of hell before I can see the light. I basically I think that if I don't like try it with all of the flowers and know what's terrible than I. Just don't feel good about it

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"sola" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

Christian Podcast Community

08:46 min | 3 months ago

"sola" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

"Where's the every all right here? We go another episode. What are you doing here? Probably dropping this week sometime good I I think darryl and I kind of looked at it from the standpoint we both enjoy podcasting but you know we really wanted to make sure we kind of held each other accountable And making sure that we're producing material because it it really. Is you know everybody talks about. Well you don't really need a podcast. I mean whenever we can listen to people like James White. Who's GONNA listen to you? Well about three hundred and something people do at least You know and Andrew said there. There's a ton of bad teaching out there so you know if we can have one person listen to some solid Biblical teaching in the True Gospel being presented than you know. I'm all for it but this greatly works In favor of sanctification God definitely uses that To Saint Defy me to To teach me perseverance to Having a brother Light Daryl hold me accountable for you know. Come on you need. We need to get this done That's very valuable Used in a way of discipleship in a way in You know when I talked about. We talked about Gee Three Conference Maybe once a month or something me my wife Shelby Darryl in his wife care and get on and you just have a just have conversation discipleship session or something I think I think that would be very beneficial to people for two married couples to get on to discuss the things that they're struggling with in their lives. The good the bad theology. Maybe some bad theology. I don't know I'm pretty sure I've got some stuff. I need to be corrected on But the good the bad and the theology is there. Some reason he's get the good ugly was it was hitting home. It was it was it was. I'm never gonNA live it down. I just it was too soon to say if you just named a podcast too. I did watch. I really wish Andrew. I'm not sure if you know know you had already flew back. I'm going to have to tell you about the name of podcasts that that are come up with At the bed and breakfast I'll do that privately because I don't know if they're actually going to go forward with it but I really hope that they do. I'm excited about it so I don't know if you guys got the experience that you know I know I got it going G. Three and just having people come up and and saying how much your podcast is encouraging them and teaching them and for folks who are listening. You don't know how much that helps those of us. Who podcast unless you write a review send email call. Lahser. Say something to us in some fashion. We don't know the impact that this podcast has on your life and it is greatly encouraging to to those of us who spend the time to study to prepare to get. This isn't something we're just. Hey you Let's just jump on and start talking now. There are podcasts that I guess do that. But that's not how you had. James gives us lots of time so we can start researching unknown what we want to stay on things. And that's there's it's not just winging it and that is the thing is that we don't know impact unless you let us know so. My encouragement to you is to go. Write a review on for five. Solas podcasts contact James Go Goto. What are we even doing here? Contact Daryl I'm Karen and let them know how their podcasts are helping you in your spiritual growth. Yeah it goes. Podcasting can get quite lonely at times. You know you kind of feels like you're talking to just yourself and you know maybe sometimes you are but into this microphone. Just black thing right here. That has this cushion over it. That's what I'm talking to you. That is a very fancy microphone that you have look at that. Now you're GONNA have to try it for people that are listening on pocket. Its cylinder like yeah. It is a cylinder like is a what is what's the model number of that one can't remember. I'm sure I M B or something like that seven. Mba yes seven ambulance seven mb Beyond Andrew anything else that you want to add in relation to solar script tour. Of course I'M GONNA ask you to share the gospel enclosing the what exactly Roman Catholicism. Listen Jeffrey Rice did it already. That's enough just replay. That every week. I said we don't need to listen to Paul washer anymore. Not Anymore we me and Darryl will sit and right beside him so we felt the heat from that Gospel Presentation. So you you share. Because you're hoping to you it saved okay. Let let let's. I'm pretty sure I've also about salvation about six times since we've been here so I need to get it back. Says I can't only if that's what that passenger talking about it. Here's here's The Gospel. Real simple is the fact that all of us the three of US would admit that we've broken God's law. We are criminals in his sight. We do not deserve in any way shape or form any merit or or favour from God. We deserve his wrath and rightly so we deserve attornal consequences. Because we've offended in attornal being. That is what we rightly deserve because we are guilty of breaking his law he is the creator. He's the one who puts breath in our lungs and yet we reject him we. We think that we should Gotcha count what we do. As more important than what he did on across when he almighty God became a man so that he could die. A death that you and I can never do. Because he is an eternal being that death he suffered had an eternal consequence. That's how an eternal consequence can be paid only by paying you for all the attorney or having an eternal being paid once within time. And that's what we have. Jesus Christ Almighty God paid that once in time and because he is an eternal being economically counselor attorney but count for for more than one person so this is what the Gospel messages that though you and I are guilty though you and I do not deserve any of God's favor we deserve the worst of his wrath but God and that's just stop right there and think about that but God because what God did was he made a way of escape. God came to Earth and died on that cross that if we turn from trusting ourself as a good person or turn from trusting our good works and trust alone in Jesus Christ we can have a turn of life. He is authority. He is the one we must trust in. It's the payment he did on the cross and that alone that can save us. That can be a punishment a payment for the punishment that we deserve. And so without that we're going to have to pay the punishment on our own. My challenge to you is receive eternal life. No Jesus Christ turned from yourself and turn to Jesus Christ and live. Amen isn't. Isn't that a beautiful message just and you know people wondering why don't you share the Gospel? The Gospel shared every single episode. Well number one is. I'm sitting here almost in tears because of the realization of what Christ did on behalf. is very saint defined to hear that message in Andrew has a way to relay that message. You know almost unlike anybody that I've ever heard so thank you for relaying that message Darryl d have anything enclosing now just repents and belief exactly what Andrew Just said and we know that we can be assured of that because the scriptures tell us that in the scriptures are the very word of God God breathes out the scriptures written through men but they are all breathed out by God we can trust God has said so. Turn to Christ Amen will everyone. I've enjoyed doing this episode. Of course we can unravel solo script tour and an hour and ten minutes. But you know we had some pretty big points Ladies and gentlemen I want to thank you for listening. Thank you to Andrew for joining us on this episode with us You look beautiful on the video and a little little disappointed. We didn't do the running water in our sprinkle a little bit more. But it's okay. Well I'm pretty sure we'll have a war in the future but ladies and gentlemen thank you so much this is Darryl Updike and James Watkins. With five soloist. Podcast thank you for listening and as always may all that you do be done to the glory of God..

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What to do when you dont like your partner?

One Life Radio Podcast

09:47 min | 3 months ago

What to do when you dont like your partner?

"Bernadette via Shetty that rhymes with Spaghetti with Rinaldo Davis. I never say my last name but I just thought I'd throw it out there. Have you ever heard me say that Rinaldo? Well it really is so. It's got double cheese and Spaghetti. Envious shoddy so. Yeah I used to say that when I was a when I was a kid so Great to have Have everyone listening great to be here and although and I are doing the show against day feels really good though it. Does you know I've not been alone in the studio ever. Yesterday was my first time doing the show by myself with just a board op and I'm actually kind of liking it. Actually you know stretcher myself a little bit and during difficult times you know finding my inner strength and that's always good. It's a good feeling but we have an incredible show coming up today. We've got Joe Lane here in just a minute She is a pro e Pro. Athlete Health Nutrition coach and founder of fuelling champions. Sam Morris is coming. Up is the founder of the unbreakable man project and Dewan Bennett one of our favorites here on one life radio. Along with many others including Jill He is a licensed professional counselor. And we'RE GONNA be talking about all kinds of things like what to do when you don't like your partner. I think that's really funny. Don't that's A. that's a tough spot especially if you're married what would I but I do think that people you know like each other. Sometimes you know I remember someone telling me it was. It was my friend Andrea and her. She asked her grandparents. What was the secret of staying together all the years that they were together and he said well I guess neither one of US fell out of love with one another at the same time And so you know there's something to think about something to contemplate and so keep that in mind you guys. But Sam Morris Another Guy. That is just incredible. You know we're GONNA be talking about the similarities between Rehab and Corentin I can't I'm very anxious to talk to Sam. He's a super great guy he really is. He's had a long journey and sometimes a very painful journey but he's riven risen above it and he is a he is truly a brave heart and a kind heart. I'm looking forward to him. And as I said I've got Jill Lane on the line She is a pro athlete. Health and nutrition coach and founder of fuelling champions which is a three step sports performance and Athletic Nutrition Program Bill to the potential of student athletes in appearance. That support them. How you doing today Jill? Hey great to be with you again. Burn Yeah I always love having you on the show and for those that don't know that maybe are a new listener From California or here in Dallas. We're on in California on K. MIT in southern California and five counties. But maybe if you're a first time listening but Jill has been on the on the show from the very beginning. We met in the studio actually the first time she was on the air. And she's friends with KIP. Watson and Tina Burnett and a lot of other regulars on the show and so I asked her to call in today to talk about This article that I found eleven natural remedies for anxiety. Because I don't know about any of Y'all out there but I have been dealing with a lot of anxiety lately and I know a lot of people have it's just the it's just the sign of the Times right. Yeah it is and I think I think the most important thing for people to know is that experiencing anxiety occasionally is a normal part of life. You know it's a normal part of our bodies response. The thing is to know when it's becoming something that starting to control your life because people that start to having Zainy disorders or even to extreme panic attacks. They're trying to start to get in the way of them doing their normal daily thing thinking about the worrying and the the The depression or the physical symptoms of the anxiety like the racing heart and the tight chest and the worry and even sweating for some people. Can I get in the way of their daily life? So it's important to know where you are on that spectrum absolutely and it snowballs on you and I speak from personal experience I started started to experience anxiety anxiety disorder. I'm a little anxious talking about it. I'm SORTA joking but yeah I mean it's it's a big subject and it can spiral on you or snowball on you. I'm very quickly and I do think it's important to keep in mind that there are a lot of natural remedies That we can use along with some other things as well And we're going to talk about it. So this article really Gets into some of the things that I personally use so you wanNA start at the top of the list. You'll yeah I mean I think The first thing that they mentioned is lavender and the the interesting thing about lavender is that essential oils in journal. I think of become like an explosive thing in the quote Unquote Natural Health and wellness world. In the last few years with the advent of you know some big companies and multi level marketing but but essential oils have been around. And I've been part of I kind of line of medicine along with herbs for you know years and years and years for a very long time and I'm familiar with a pleasant smell of lavender. I mean most people like the smell of lavender and the really cool thing about lavender does so many things but like a couple of the other things that we're going to talk about is that it actually enhances Alpha waves in the brain and the Alpha waves in the brain are the ones that kind of help easier for the effects of anxiety and depression and they actually helped make us more creative. Like when you're meditating or practicing some sort of mindfulness or prayer your Alpha wave levels go up even just smelling lavender or applying it. You know in some oil to your body. Help increase Alpha waves and physically changes the wave lengths that are occurring in the brain. So doesn't really power fall. We yeah any one of the things that I that. I was astounded by actually and I've used lavender for years. I love it. I I used to use it. There's a lavender eucalypt eucalyptus blend that. I used to spray. You can spray it on your pillow. You have to be careful though because cats are sensitive to I believe both but But the in in this article that that amaze me was this a twenty ten study conducted in Germany suggested that a lavender oil capsule show similar effectiveness effectiveness in people with J. D. And I'm not I'm not quite sure what. Ged Is. And I did not look it up before we went live is general anxiety disorder which is kind of a generalized anxiety. We'll Sola Raza Pam which is kind of like Oh there's a couple different ones but it's basically like Isn't that the generic form of Valium? If I'm not mistaken it's in that class of drugs for sure but it says it's just as effective in people Or similar effectiveness. Excuse me and people with ged as Lorazepam. A commonly prescribed anti anxiety medication. That's amazing and I think the thing to know about this list of kind of quote unquote natural remedies. Is that like I tell with anybody as soon as you start like. I think anything in your health that you're starting to notice your little off kilter. It is a good time to start with some of these. You know natural things. And if you're having a hard time controlling anxiety and you're on medication you can talk to your position or your your preferred health practitioner about potentially using some of these things in conjunction with your pharmaceutical. And so if you're feeling a little anxious right now which like you said. A lot of people are. There's a lot of uncertainty and we have a lot of new things that we're learning to cope with. You can start with some of these things that are generally regarded as safe. Generally benign generally. Don't interact with other medications but to your point. A lot of essential worlds are really strong for pets. Have to be really More about that but you can start with some of these basics and it may just help with the you know the day to day processing that you're doing You know with the Munis especially like right now that you're subject to On this list is which I know you've told me to take before I have some at my house but it's basically green tea and so you can get green tea. He pretty much anywhere and and let's talk about that for a minute. I WANNA I WANNA really give people out there listening today. Some take home value of things that they can find in almost any grocery store or you know or market or or something like that. Yeah so L. Cnn is actually an amino acid the L. before a word Is how we differentiated amino acid in science land. So I mean isn't amino acid that's found predominantly in green tea. And the really cool thing about is that it to actually affects. Alpha waves in the brain and the cool thing about it is that you can get the benefit whether you're drinking DECAF or regular green tea. And so even if you're drinking green tea in the morning for the oxidants and the caffeine but named can't can work along with the caffeine for focus creativity a bit of dampening the anxiety as long as caffeine doesn't triggering society which for some people actually does. And so you have to know that about yourself. But Elsie needs in a capsule form is like just extracting that amino acids from tea leaves and you can get the benefits at a very low dose one hundred or two hundred milligrams and it's been shown to help again with the Alpha brainwaves which again help Easing the effect of depression and anxiety and helping with creativity and just kind of helping keep your brain and kind of chill state not like your zone out but preventing it from being stuck in overdrive. Which is what anxiety kind of feels like you know your gear engines running too hard. It's a help. Just pump the brakes just a little bit But not so much that you can't be creative and that's what I love about Al. So that's a really. You know their studies on it and children and in adults and so it's something again it's like you said a first line of defense is something you can get just by drinking green tea and you can get DECAF and make some ice cream teen with your children right now at home. Yeah I'm so great really practical thing to start

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Detainees in US immigration jails living in fear as coronavirus spreads

Latino Rebels Radio

08:42 min | 3 months ago

Detainees in US immigration jails living in fear as coronavirus spreads

"I wanted to get this show out today because I just got off the phone with Lorena Qudos out of Mississippi who is an immigrant rights activists. We recently published some news coming out of Louisiana Private Immigration Detention Center that Laurynas Organization called attention to and I wanted to connect with her the Afon to check in on what is happening in Mississippi and Louisiana during the nineteen crisis. If you're in the thick fan Lorena was on the show with us live from Mississippi in February and so I just gave her a ring. And here's what we talked about. Hey thank you so much for being unlucky. No rebels radio with me. Thank you for having me so I wanted to reach out to you. Know we just connected like even like less than a month ago. Right in the thick in Jackson so Spin on you've quickly Yeah but in the middle of all this before we talk a little bit about the work that you're doing Right now how is Mississippi? In general How the mood out there during the during the global pandemic well right now with. What's your feeling is a lot of concern We're in Jackson Mississippi And It we are excited that the mayor's taking action to but the rest of Mississippi is pretty much running Normal especially the Gulf coast with many restaurants open and Being so close to the water we hearing exploding daily so concerned Yeah and our the our immigrant communities that you you serve in In Mississippi how are they? Are they getting the information or they? How's that going? Yeah so he feels some sort of infrastructure we have communications and have the comedian's going strong and has been able to really provide information. I've seen as as we were able to to to define what was going on. So we're trying to interpret translate whatever we get from the CDC. Try to clear each easier to understand. And when I don't share that social media we've created looks Different message services over the phone that we're trying we do here sometimes. People don't realize if I it's as the gravity of the situation But we're trying and right now we're working on developing sound videos in shoe and Imam That have more than interfaces so that people can pay attention to what's going on but there is a lot of concern because they've already depleted and resources so our families could not stuck up right. They have anything to with. No they're just GONNA. I'm very very small amount of resources. And we're trying to create a different fun to be able to Helping your also focusing on the other side of this crisis. That is to be honest with you. It's not getting as much attention. And then it has to do with immigrants attention centers particularly in Louisiana. Where it's now great safe to say that we've unit GONNA be another you know not if it's not already so can you tell me a little bit of the context of what happened this this week. in why we're talking right now Yeah so we so we Have a call to action to them. All the united other Southern organizations and Louisiana particularly working with immigrant community Lisa out oppression me the mandate that I Free are people that were in detention and also United with the movement here in just fifty two free Folks in the jails so we sent out a press release. We both reached out to congressman. Benny Thompson who was the chant. Home Security Committee or asking him to publicly. Ask for these folks so he has agreed to a conversation with us. So that's tending for Lundy Terrible. There's particular one that we share the recording of s Beliefs on one of the male detainees in Louisiana upper corner. You Cleveland Apple Towel again. Even through the veto if you take it again going on though while the woman kindly wannabe panel this. You need big game on to winter. They won't believe me. That's about all the topic on way down the alley in downtown Seattle media buying them. I don't you come home. And then not only Audi that a major Yom Lucchino. Thanks for the help. My Album Light Reno Navy to gay big data can only get thirty dollars. A good idea to pay quitting loosely. Kamal can lead equiment even only monkey and won't get get older woman. I go see them on Sola. It'll be Audi dark. You think the last thing they will get into the Marine. Go get him waking. You only think that believe. Showman Noah Anthony Quainton. What you're saying what keying into. Saint Blind Mehta. Can you hear a little bit more about what you're hearing from these From these individuals who are are incarcerated right now and immigrant detention centers and just want the private facility. Correct from what I can share more about what you're hearing the stories Because I know it was so powerful to hear There's a humanity going on here and then and back to me is just be missed in this crisis And so I have visited essential myself when you first come in. And you know it's a brand new looking space but when you And of course we accept patients We certainly Here from Folks that are in detention center is how horrible. The conditions are The fact that they are already mistreated by the officers. But very unsanitary conditions They don't have soap They have to beg for Wendy. Do out of Asia You know the soap shampoo They actually have organized a time for them to clean themselves and they are not because tendency there. Several people that actually have Chronic lung problems and Heart problems and they are terrified. You know because you have people that are coming in from outside constantly and then they'll also transferred people from other detention centres. Dan You know the movement in and out and it's about to happen and time bomb right now and that's that's what people are worried. They're terrified now. We have a hunger strike. Because they're they feel desperate feeling. This is the only way that able get some

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At-Home Cooking in the Time of Social Distancing With Adam Rapoport | House of Carbs

House of Carbs

08:37 min | 3 months ago

At-Home Cooking in the Time of Social Distancing With Adam Rapoport | House of Carbs

"Oh you and I were exchanging notes last week about you know doing a pod. We wanted to provide a kind of public service out. There tall are taste. Buds all are hungry. Homeys at our at home doing the appropriate thing. Under the guidelines provided by our local and state and federal government in terms of social distancing and a whole bunch of us are now all of a sudden home cooks on a much more frequent basis with more time than we previously expected or anticipated And so I reached out and you were. You said Yeah I have some thoughts and You know even since the original exchanging of notes last week You and the good folks at bone apetite have been coming up with all kinds of rich concepts and ideas and guidelines and you know sensitive direction. I want to start with your newsletter post. That went up arrived in my email last night. Which you know has the tagline. Cook the food that makes you feel good because that to me really is a helpful vital kind of reminder about you know the place that we're in the physical space that we're in and and you know the challenge that we're all sort of confronted by And you mentioned in the newsletter. How you know you yourself in terms of with your own family had been cooking some some things you know about the right away. You're cooking food that I would sort of put in in a category that that I characterize as indulgent but but now you know we're we have to cook in ways that make us feel sustained But also you know able to to perform in the new world that we're living in So wh what are you looking at in terms of cooking the food that makes you feel good? Yeah I you know week one as I guess you call it when we all sort of realized. We're GONNA sort of lockdown ourselves for quite awhile. Perhaps last week was interesting that I think a lot of us kind of adrenaline is like all right. Let's let's be positive about this. Let's lean into it. It's almost like when there's a blizzard coming and you start cooking a lot of food and I got double batching Ball Nasariyah recipes My wife's making chocolate chip cookies with our son by the end of the day. You're like man. I need a cocktail and by the end of the week as like Mad. I cannot I gotta like dial it down a little bit because it was like big dinners every night. Having drinks it was all about home cooking three meals a day and at some point I realized okay. Like let's keep cooking but let's at least be a bit more sensible about what working? Then we have a columnist Cristina Che. She started this Hashtag gentle foods. I was like what? What is the foods be that was like I like the sound of it? I don't quite know what it means. What I'm intrigued and today was saying like food. That's like a blanket. It just makes you feel good. I guess you could. Kinda describe it as healthy comfort food if that makes sense and chase someone. Who's a you know? She's an avid eater. But just making things like yesterday for lunch I made a lentil salad lentils or the easiest thing in the world to make your phone unsalted water through in some chopped up Celery some carrots and I assembled in the water with them some herbs and I had to like a nine minute hard boiled eggs a little more than a a a Romney but not at Chalky Yolk will vinaigrette analysts very satisfying. But it's not like knock you on your ass cooking. That's exactly why thought this was the right way to kind of frame this conversation you and I are going to have is because the impulse that you described at the outset of like okay. This is a food challenge. That's in front of us and we have you know. Now this opportunity time-wise where you you don't feel like you have to rush. And so the inclination is to be a bit more indulgent Just in terms of you know heavier kinds of meals you can take the time to let things braise and Stu and you know this sort of day and age of social media everything. I don't WanNa say it was showing off but there was a certain camaraderie among everyone that everyone wanted to share what they were making and talk about it and you wanted to sort of put your best foot forward cooking wise at every dinner you made had to be some sort of statement that we're all sharing together. Let's let's make this as delicious in Poudel as possible this whole ordeal. We're in right now Exit it was fun I just I just don't think it's sustainable so again. Like right now being a little bit more sensitive balanced and we'll get there and and that doesn't mean I'm not gonNA enjoy cocktail at the end of the day today but I'm just sort of being a little bit more sensible and yeah whether it's making a batch of beans and you can make beans without the Hawk. You can do things that are satisfying without being punishing in that sort of rich bistro. You know bottle of red wine. Stay Crete SORTA WAY and two everybody's credit The sense of community that emerged as everybody in in that sort of you know food vertical which is all of us but really people you know folks that that liked to traffic in sharing pictures sharing recipes and having ongoing social media conversations about Cooking rightfully. You know jumped in with Gusto. I mean you you mentioned After you put up the the BOLOGNESI recipe your boy Dave. Grohl giving you a seventeen step by step string of texts with pictures and information about all everything that he had going. You know his version of the ball Enezi. But that's not sustainable. That's not every day. That's not how we're going to be able to feed ourselves and feed our families daily So there needs to be some kind of balance and we're this is exactly what you would expect in week. Two right. It's it is. It is a balanced kind of I outstare coming back Earth. A little bit and you know and we posted a ton of service conduct the way I look at it on a petite right now are sort of mission is twofold one on one hand. We need to provide the service and the recipes. That home cooks need. And Right. Now we are all home talks So that's a lot of the slide. Shows like you know. I my table when we did. Last week was eighty-nine recipes with five ingredients. Fewer Dash seriously I love. I'm a simple cook at heart when I'm at home and these these kind of the recipes I love best. We provide a lot of cooking advice. many other slides shows and then the other side of that is not only do people need cooking inspiration advice but we all need company right now. We all need companionship. And if you follow bond petite on Youtube and you see all our test. Kitchen Editors Andy in Bali and Sola and Chris Carlin everybody And these people feel like friends to you five and a half million youtube subscribers and Claire and Brad and everything. It's important that those guys are so popping up on your youtube feed in our epide- instrument feed and right what we're going to start doing. Started this week which will show up. End of this week is all the test. Kitchen editors now have iphone. Eleven's with professional grade microphones and tripods. And they're going to be recording all of their own. What were test kitchen videos now at home in their own apartments and I think that's GonNa be really interesting as you'll still see those same familiar faces but now you're going to be their pets you. Maybe you'll meet up fiance or a husband or a way to get roommates in his whole sort of universe of ancillary characters. Sort of populating the body cinematic

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Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot Topped January Sales, GTA 5 Returned to the Top 5

Kinda Funny Games Daily

00:46 sec | 5 months ago

Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot Topped January Sales, GTA 5 Returned to the Top 5

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More than 100 US troops diagnosed with brain injuries

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

01:17 min | 5 months ago

More than 100 US troops diagnosed with brain injuries

"US military on Monday disclosed a more than fifty percent jump in cases of traumatic nick. Brain injury stemming from Iran's missile attack on a base in Iraq last month with a number of servicemembers diagnosed climbing to over one hundred no. US troops were killed or faced immediate bodily injury when Iran fired missiles at the base in Iraq in retaliation for the US killing killing of Revolutionary Guards General Kacem Sola Mani in a drone strike at the Baghdad airport on January third the Massana tax capped a spiral of violence that started in late December. Both sides had refrained from further military escalation but the mounting number of US casualties could increase scrutiny on the trump administration's the station's approach to Iran. Donald Trump appeared to play down the brain injuries last month saying he heard that they had headaches. And a couple of other things following the attack attack prompting criticism from lawmakers and US veteran's group various health and medical groups for years have been trying to raise awareness about the seriousness. snus of brain injuries including concussions. Since two thousand around four hundred eight thousand servicemembers have been diagnosed with traumatic brain in injury. According to Pentagon data

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Gold & Silver On The Blockchain | Peter Engeman Interview

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

08:58 min | 6 months ago

Gold & Silver On The Blockchain | Peter Engeman Interview

"Ladies and gentlemen welcome to the crypt update shows against the gold. Silver balloon as well as tasty on big claimed various other bits and pieces. It's Paul Angelman. Who is the director of angrily gold and and Reserve Vault Thanks for being with us. Look up pretty interested in this because obviously I've tried commodities for for a lot of much try and create a one of my favorite things to try because they do have a lot of high look us are low high volatility around certain events and can't be somewhat predictable in their trends so you tell us first about little bit about your background. Have you been in gold and bullying precious metals. Your whole career has being just recently. I saw actually a civil engineer by training twenty years Mike Craze in property development in AH companies like around Sorry stock starting getting into precious metals just in full GMC so luckily luckily identified. That was probably gonNA madelene before. Then we put everything into a Sola which worked up quite nicely and then in two two thousand fifteen Night property into into Ainsley. Boy It's been here for about six years is and join change so I mean that's pretty cold nights. I'll try to through that period when I was in London and try to it was just it was wonderful. We're trying to reduce. It was fantastic which I was. I mean what. What sort of things wasn't that? The major really get that bullish Golden UNCIVIL. Of course it went on one one of its big runs ever period. What what were you looking for it again? He's saying anything now. Look pretty sound a lot like I think in that lane up. Gold Gonzales Dot net a bold run new two thousand and four so I guess the reasons behind that where exactly the reasons why getting some bachelor of FBI the financial systems and really none of that strange. We've we've gone through the jam. Same which was essentially a on a credit cycle crosses and while the dog is just as united just. I'm trying a whole lot more than stimulus so often. GMC was head of the half trillion dollars of debt Way Back at one hundred and four train since semi POPs up to two hundred side so that all market that we're saying now now is is the central bank implanted and on the mental. So on then go look fundamentals things like gold silver not hot assets. Sir You make sense. I mean that's what I don't understand. Is You know I I've to exit a lot of my equity positions about eighteen months ago because I'm on a care to catch the bottom or the top. I WANNA chunk in the middle. Let's Mahal being tried investor. Take safe money. If there is now sued Goldman goals had a pretty decent little ron earlier will threat thousand nineteen. I mean. It's pretty damn good run. I'm sticking to a market. That's what a Point four trillion. Eleven eleven hundred fourteen. Three and what's the goal Marquette. Now it's hard to tell and I will need story because if you look at all the galaxy that'll be nine hundred ninety thousand about in Sarande seven-night trillion dollars. But if you look at what's actually I guess a mile to try to investable. I estimate that one train. So that's illu roadside. You've got three hundred training in financial markets to retrain private property all panics and tries to get into that little one trae not spice that savant process equation. This is only one variable at some. So that's the alluring heightened Rhonda Rhonda sales fills very similar to that of We'll hope will happen with bitcoin. Suppose and I and it financial sense if you consider how small bitcoin and the crypto asset spice is it's I mean it is very very similar to that of what what big clinics to goal is what the goal is to other financial assets. I think goals probably going to be the one that produces more goods out of that simply because it's a tried and tested Safe Haven if you will and there's a lot of people are getting towards look people have assets have opportunities to trade with that which brings me through Nazi. What you doing with a token is Asian? Because what you're actually doing there is using block trying to essentially use a block to the gold gold silver on is that right even slightly. I guess looked back. Story is in two thousand seventeen we actually added the Ties dies to Arafat mcada pretty well I strive anyone's doing it person to person value. I will secure so the natural progression of merging. Nice to wells was up on this new fangled thing Wear so beautifully same as that because it just addresses some of the physical metal so and the only. I don't think we looked around at what else was out a very scratched the surface new very quickly. Find yourself in multiple trivial so these sort of ranked wide convictions. So they had to have something. Don't solved in strikeout Saw Enough by pretty well preeminent lawyers in the spice mistrial via out by forty five year old. Oem Deal and not a startup end and hundred sent backs and in my absolutely preoccupation compassion with all of this is to Address any concern. Because you're all the stories of Ray Nation and they don't have enough ed all this sort of thing that you absolutely visibility and assurances that every talking on issue outside one gram collar one gram Sola That you know Mice definitely that that's sitting in reserve a video ordered that every quarter and that order. It's not just that is a now. It's it's that has moved so we haven't gone. I'm between audits. So that's completely addressed as fully insured bungalow inside. So that was that was something that was allocated you can get the bank. If you will benefit solve watch shine and all of transferability security and against that that The the the economic trump as well the terms of auctions watches. Now how did he get around. Like I mean one of the things. I think that tell them the listeners and viewers will want to know is this. I believe the way that You know the the coal of your central banking system I operated was by the golden is coming in and go back. Then I get these nuts suggests that have this much goal of some brought spark went will high on I only ten percent of people taking the gold out of here. Let's inflate now. What what it is and that was a a gold back? Currency came from really. So how do we know that the goal that's in reserve vault isn't somewhat earned by somebody else and planned to Siam. I'm Donald Putting it costs by the physical that you probably showed I can buy Kill Gaul have its seat in reserve vault silently Hughley with Moss to undermine my name and then you're selling half of that of gold while the you know bullying Bah into the talking. How do we have the reassurance that that's not happening yeah good question and also space to the obvious question over what guys bright side? So what so what we've done again. There is dried. I completely claims game company. It also. The Standard Custodian that companies Eilly assets. Mental Paul's has any liabilities. Times on that have wrought to that nettled. I don't know why On selling that mental to anyone else The mental doesn't live at Steiner's every single series on every single. Bob Is recorded on the China. Whenever we meant more tigers out the transaction Hash is ought to that serial number so you have absolutely visibility disability bar on the website and can tolerate the Donald Eissa has reputable is China which is always there and transparent and can always say that took to meet? Whatever happens doesn't really matter because that is health

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Trump officials struggle to defend claims of embassy plots

Anderson Cooper 360

06:12 min | 6 months ago

Trump officials struggle to defend claims of embassy plots

"Keeping him on a State Department officials tell C. N. N.'s Kylie Atwood that department personnel involved in embassy. Security were not made aware of any such threats to force specific embassies and they weren't alone. Neither was the secretary of Defense Mark. Asper who spent much of Sunday morning on the Washington talkshows trying to explain the president's it's clan for the president didn't say there was a tangible. He didn't cite a specific piece of evidence. What he says he probably he believes one? I I didn't see one with regard to four embassies so he didn't see a imminent attack on with regard to for embassies that was yesterday today. The president and says it really doesn't matter. The irony is seen in global affairs analyst. Max Boot writes in The Washington Post. There actually are a number of legitimate justifications for killing Sulejmani the president could have turned to you if you weren't so invested in what now appears to be dramatic but increasingly questionable one boot rights what the administration is doing legally and perhaps even strategically justifiable. All trump has to do is come clean with the American people instead. The president seems to be doing the opposite. And when that doesn't work doing this retweeting a doctor photo. The House Speaker and Senate Minority Leader in front of Iranian flag. Big Dresses you see them. Join US now senator. Tim Kaine Democratic. Virginia's introduce the war powers resolution on Iran. Senator Kaine the fact that this ministration when all else fails is trying to come up with an explanation. The Nation has now turned to just insulting Democrats in a way that at the same time. He claims to be standing with the Iranian people. He is draping being. You Know Democrats in in garb that is worn by Iranians and that's an insult according to the president. Well look. He's insulting insulting Democrats but Anderson the real issues. He's insulting all of Congress and the Constitution. The constitution says we shouldn't go to war without deliberation by Congress and when the administration briefers came last week many days after the Sulejmani strike to finally brief us. They were contemptuous of Congress. They acted like we were an annoyance. Rather than we were part of the constitutional framework. The reason that Congress is supposed to declare. War is a so we don't rush into it and be if we're going to order order our best and brightest or risk their lives at risk their health. It should be based upon a debate in full view of the American public. Where we end up saying this is a war? That's in the national interest. The the president wants to insult not just Democrats with stupid juvenile tweets. He's insulting all of Congress by pretending the Congress doesn't doesn't have a role in more making do you. You believe the explanation is coming from the White House specifically the president saying this all the money was targeting four embassies or no no no absolutely not no I think when when the evidence was is presented to us last week in the classified setting. I can't talk about the discussions there but I can tell you this. It added up too far less than an imminent threat. And that's the real key issue. The president can always defend the nation against an imminent attack without seeking anybody's permission. But if he wants to go on offense and wage war against another nation or a group he's got to come to Congress for permission he didn't want to seek permission so they tried to suggest that there was this imminent threat but as you point out it's falling apart. The President President makes up this thing about four embassies. We heard nothing about that. And the State Department itself in the embassies affected were not given notice that they were at risk so money was obviously a you. Know a thug. Killer Rod guy for the deaths of many Americans and many many others what would have been wrong about killing him and and just saying well you know in general he's plots attacks and he plots Actions against US interests. Would that have been okay well. Look here's the situation. It wasn't just the killing. The Sola Mani Anderson it was that they killed him without notifying Congress or seeking congressional national approval when there's never been a declaration of war against Ron and they killed him on Iraqi soil Iraq as an ally of ours and they've objected to the US turning Iraq into a like a coliseum where the US and Iran will wage war to the detriment of Iraqi. So what you've ended up doing is nobody said that souleymane he's gone bad actors. Sure but this president has rushed us to the brink of war where Iran and the United States are now. Inflicting battlefield casualties zero on the other without being a plane with Congress and with the American public we got lied into a war with Iraq in two thousand and two and now everybody realizes is that the administration said there were weapons of mass destruction of the work. The last thing we need to do is to be lied into another war with claims of imminent threats. That didn't exist. The sheer a number of inconsistencies that are routinely coming out of the administration. I mean outright lies whatever you WANNA call it. Are you concerned about the message. It sends sends to both allies and episodes of both I. The allies begged US stick with diplomatic deal against Ron. You curtail their nuclear your program and you've maintained all of your ability to sanction the other behavior so we have we have really messed up our relations with our allies by walking out of a deal that we worked on together with them as well as the president's horrible remarks about so many of our allies. Now we've threatened the relationship with Iraq as you know Anderson this is a relationship shipped the US has earned with blood and treasure sacrificed on behalf of the Iraqis especially in the battle against Isis. And now Iraq is asking the US us to leave the country because we we ignored their objections to doing military strikes on Iraqi soil. So yes we have made our allies mad. We're emboldening our adversaries. Russia Iran and China just a joint naval exercises in the Gulf. These are nations. That don't have a good. The history of relationships with each other but the president's actions are driving our adversaries together and this is exactly why the framers of the Constitution said look war. I should be deliberated about carefully in front of the whole view of the American public because we shouldn't be ordering our troops to risk their lives and health unless Congress is willing to put their thumbprint on it. We don't want this president or any president to take us into an unnecessary war on his

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Trump officials struggle to defend claims of embassy plots

Anderson Cooper 360

06:12 min | 6 months ago

Trump officials struggle to defend claims of embassy plots

"Keeping him on a State Department officials tell C. N. N.'s Kylie Atwood that department personnel involved in embassy. Security were not made aware of any such threats to force specific embassies and they weren't alone. Neither was the secretary of Defense Mark. Asper who spent much of Sunday morning on the Washington talkshows trying to explain the president's it's clan for the president didn't say there was a tangible. He didn't cite a specific piece of evidence. What he says he probably he believes one? I I didn't see one with regard to four embassies so he didn't see a imminent attack on with regard to for embassies that was yesterday today. The president and says it really doesn't matter. The irony is seen in global affairs analyst. Max Boot writes in The Washington Post. There actually are a number of legitimate justifications for killing Sulejmani the president could have turned to you if you weren't so invested in what now appears to be dramatic but increasingly questionable one boot rights what the administration is doing legally and perhaps even strategically justifiable. All trump has to do is come clean with the American people instead. The president seems to be doing the opposite. And when that doesn't work doing this retweeting a doctor photo. The House Speaker and Senate Minority Leader in front of Iranian flag. Big Dresses you see them. Join US now senator. Tim Kaine Democratic. Virginia's introduce the war powers resolution on Iran. Senator Kaine the fact that this ministration when all else fails is trying to come up with an explanation. The Nation has now turned to just insulting Democrats in a way that at the same time. He claims to be standing with the Iranian people. He is draping being. You Know Democrats in in garb that is worn by Iranians and that's an insult according to the president. Well look. He's insulting insulting Democrats but Anderson the real issues. He's insulting all of Congress and the Constitution. The constitution says we shouldn't go to war without deliberation by Congress and when the administration briefers came last week many days after the Sulejmani strike to finally brief us. They were contemptuous of Congress. They acted like we were an annoyance. Rather than we were part of the constitutional framework. The reason that Congress is supposed to declare. War is a so we don't rush into it and be if we're going to order order our best and brightest or risk their lives at risk their health. It should be based upon a debate in full view of the American public. Where we end up saying this is a war? That's in the national interest. The the president wants to insult not just Democrats with stupid juvenile tweets. He's insulting all of Congress by pretending the Congress doesn't doesn't have a role in more making do you. You believe the explanation is coming from the White House specifically the president saying this all the money was targeting four embassies or no no no absolutely not no I think when when the evidence was is presented to us last week in the classified setting. I can't talk about the discussions there but I can tell you this. It added up too far less than an imminent threat. And that's the real key issue. The president can always defend the nation against an imminent attack without seeking anybody's permission. But if he wants to go on offense and wage war against another nation or a group he's got to come to Congress for permission he didn't want to seek permission so they tried to suggest that there was this imminent threat but as you point out it's falling apart. The President President makes up this thing about four embassies. We heard nothing about that. And the State Department itself in the embassies affected were not given notice that they were at risk so money was obviously a you. Know a thug. Killer Rod guy for the deaths of many Americans and many many others what would have been wrong about killing him and and just saying well you know in general he's plots attacks and he plots Actions against US interests. Would that have been okay well. Look here's the situation. It wasn't just the killing. The Sola Mani Anderson it was that they killed him without notifying Congress or seeking congressional national approval when there's never been a declaration of war against Ron and they killed him on Iraqi soil Iraq as an ally of ours and they've objected to the US turning Iraq into a like a coliseum where the US and Iran will wage war to the detriment of Iraqi. So what you've ended up doing is nobody said that souleymane he's gone bad actors. Sure but this president has rushed us to the brink of war where Iran and the United States are now. Inflicting battlefield casualties zero on the other without being a plane with Congress and with the American public we got lied into a war with Iraq in two thousand and two and now everybody realizes is that the administration said there were weapons of mass destruction of the work. The last thing we need to do is to be lied into another war with claims of imminent threats. That didn't exist. The sheer a number of inconsistencies that are routinely coming out of the administration. I mean outright lies whatever you WANNA call it. Are you concerned about the message. It sends sends to both allies and episodes of both I. The allies begged US stick with diplomatic deal against Ron. You curtail their nuclear your program and you've maintained all of your ability to sanction the other behavior so we have we have really messed up our relations with our allies by walking out of a deal that we worked on together with them as well as the president's horrible remarks about so many of our allies. Now we've threatened the relationship with Iraq as you know Anderson this is a relationship shipped the US has earned with blood and treasure sacrificed on behalf of the Iraqis especially in the battle against Isis. And now Iraq is asking the US us to leave the country because we we ignored their objections to doing military strikes on Iraqi soil. So yes we have made our allies mad. We're emboldening our adversaries. Russia Iran and China just a joint naval exercises in the Gulf. These are nations. That don't have a good. The history of relationships with each other but the president's actions are driving our adversaries together and this is exactly why the framers of the Constitution said look war. I should be deliberated about carefully in front of the whole view of the American public because we shouldn't be ordering our troops to risk their lives and health unless Congress is willing to put their thumbprint on it. We don't want this president or any president to take us into an unnecessary war on his

"sola" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

Christian Podcast Community

10:09 min | 9 months ago

"sola" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

"That's kind of the big thing there is some of these people that we never heard of because I mean you can find spurgeon sermons almost everywhere right but it's it's these little backwoods yeah I remember the best game I went to it was Bobby Cox his final game playoff game against the giants Who would have been so awesome yeah it was that they walls but it was great apps the most popular our geese say it's Sola Phoenix solar script tour Solis Krista succumb to get the the brute force of the interest whenever people are discussing it Mao right if your introduction to the podcast yeah yeah there you go so here is a quote from Martin Luther in it kind of ties in with what you say that that fate the loan soul of feed a kind of flows from Sola Gratia luther goes onto say fate is a vital deliberate trust in God's grace though we're not dealing with Roman Catholicism in saying that you have to give how Mary's and all of these other things we do see this same thread just woven into humanity itself and it's probably because of the weight of the law because way the law does tell us that were not good enough and that if we don't do these things perfectly in we're or deserving the wrath of God so therefore we as individuals naturally tend to try to fix it ourselves right and we see this in Christianity in many forms in all the things I'm about to name or wonderful doing great things we're GonNa Kinda get to that towards the end of the podcasts I think but you know so often we put these expectations on individuals that if they're not at Church and amount of time then they could be in danger of their salvation or if they're not in their Bible first thing every morning that they're not they true believer or if they're not you know checking off these writings to do or even worse so often we add things that they can't do that scripture says they can't do that doesn't say they can't do and so the issues that so often we add so much things to our salvation that we almost get to this idea that not only does or work save us but all works continue to maintain our salvation I think that's really falls into nothing really was Roman Catholicism's where falls into his oil is they would hold to the saved through faith alone but then they would say they have to do all these other things to maintain their salvation the same thing we see and free will bob this world same thing we see in the methodist church in even other denominations throughout the US us in the world itself right and so you bring up a very important point with US adding to salvation because even in the reform circles those at hold to the five Solas as we discussed last week do we really truly believe in faith alone that's really kind of the challenge because if you're saying that something alz other than faith alone in Christ alone is a requirement for salvation than it's no longer sola feeding just kind of then becomes meaningless but really I think that the absolute importance for generalization is at all of us are at enmity with God is natural man that we all need to be justified that are spiritual condition that the need the greatest need in every single one of our lives is indeed it's something spiritual and we kind of get a little bit more into it as well about being granted from God but I think we need to move into justification in a little bit so I'm really lay out because this has everything to do with what must I do to be saved right this is that question how is a person who is a center justified before holy God and whenever I'm speaking of justification it basically means to be declared legally righteous or right before God so as you were saying with such as Roman Catholicism they would they would have four say they agree with Fijian's two eight that were by grace through faith right but as you said they add all of this at true sub to it's you have to be baptized you have to there's penance you know if you commit a more title sin is not true faith alone and of course we'll get into what they say about faith alone a little bit later but there seems to be a can assistant theme with any and all other religions is that justification being declared legally righteous by God seems to com in and of ourselves more than it comes from faith alone in Christ so the issue is the will we're dealing with is something that's been around since the beginning of Christianity yes we see this in the Judy Hauser's when I think this is all really addresses a lot of what he addresses we'll see third sex that Paul does with and things of that nature but really is this idea of adding things saw salvation like duty hours for example was saying yes you're saying it by faith alone in Jesus alone but to really go with that you have to be circumcised you have to obey the law all you have to do all of these things so this is something new this is something that's been going on from the beginning in the issue with it is essentially ruinous.

"sola" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

Christian Podcast Community

11:35 min | 9 months ago

"sola" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

"Welcome everyone to the five Solas podcast this is for sure host James Watkins end is again great speed voicing an episode five soulless podcast like I said last week we took a brief hiatus and I am Super excited to be back and covering any five weeks series the five Solas so last week we did Sola Gratia and that was with Daryl Updike of the what are we even doing here podcast and this week we have another huge huge solar that we are covering and that is the solo of Sola fee day or eight alone and of course I am not doing this episode along I brought a dear brother you may know him he's a bit of a celebrity but no about that he's got a celebrity name in a way I have here with me James Wide How're you doing James Man I'm doing oil but since last episode that I was on with you of actually changed by name on social media and things actually going by James D White so maybe just maybe there will be some less confusion when I'm on the social media world so now there is a main that you sent to me the first time that we recorded together we did the episode together on total depravity radical corruption and you sent over the mean that is James our white who will say no not that James White so we can't give him Mr James White here a little bit of grief about his common name with perhaps the greatest theologian of Tom well was funny about it though is that it's not only through the podcast community me all the time it's like every facebook group out there that I'm in that's scripturally related or Christianity related like the other week somebody hey in one group started a poll vote for your favorite James White thanks from the dividing line myself and then the football player and the only thing I responded with was with a name there was like throwing your hands up like what why why are you even do you really have to be done but but James you're not short of solid material yourself just kind of the start it starts out I do want to kind of give you a little bit of a platform maybe we have some new listeners tuning in and I want them to kind of get to know you because I appreciate your podcast very much so if he would just kind of fill everybody am with your podcast the group that you're with and what the focus of the podcast is yeah for sure man appreciate that -an appreciate the opportunity to kind of talk a little bit about it I am one of the hosts at the everyday ministry podcast we're a podcast is also a part of the cushion podcast community much like this one and what you've been doing here they we came in after both of you guys so every day ministry podcasts essentially what it sounds like it is is podcast what we talk about the everyday things of ministry in religious everyday ministers and really our approach to that is just understanding that all believers are called to be ministers so not just vocational ministers or senior pastors or Youth Astros isn't anything of that nature but just all believers in all churches in at all times it's called to Be Minister of the Gospel we've tried to discuss topics and just practical things of everyday ministry we break it up in two twos dials of podcasts. We have one that releases every month first and third Monday which is generally conversation like Rhino or first week so just through the Baptist faith message being southern Baptist as we are and then the third week we releasing one on spiritual disciplines and and the other two weeks of the month the second and Fourth Mondays of each month we released what we call ministers man at and really what it is ten to fifteen minute podcast were we just throw out something very quick for what we say as the master on the go so it would just want to encourage you after you listen to this episode and maybe a few more the previous episode James's done go check his out and give us just listen and let us know if you enjoy it yes so as he said we are are both members of the Christian podcast community and I was actually the first podcast who joined the Christian podcast community I was the first one that they approve mm to join in I went through all the steps with them getting set up and then everyone else kinda followed in but the podcast community is getting very large and is not necessarily a focus on how great we have et amount of podcast but it's really a matter of the solid material that is coming out of of this podcast community that can really benefit others so I would encourage everyone Christian podcast community dot or you can see every podcast said there man you know on the previous episode with you en- Darryl which only give him a shout-out I really enjoy him in his wife's podcast not just because I've been on it as well but I love the nature of it I know it may not be everybody's thing but you can hear the baby in the background the doll yeah it's address the things of everyday life rioted is asking this question what are we even doing here and I I really enjoy it but on the previous episode you recorded with him Y'all gave a shout-out podcast as new to the community but you couldn't remember its name revived thoughts and it is fantastic they introduced it to us and as you know John it was joining it but I had actually started listening to a few weeks before because somebody recommended it to me and I absolutely love it I mean it's just somebody preaching an old sermon and it's just great it's just introduces us to some people that we may have never heard of or some pretty famous sermons right passers at always happen to be the ones that produce such great material that never sees the light of day so definitely grateful for that and James I we're on zoom right now so coach chatting and you know I'm from Georgia now living in Ohio James's in the great state of Obama but he is wearing an Atlanta braves hat right now how are you how are you feeling about the braves tonight as this recording I think they're playing the cardinals again like it's kind of do or die so just to kind of time stamp the recording here they kind of give everybody the magic of podcasting is we were supposed to accord last night but then I had something come up with my family and my baby and we just could make you a word which really worked out to my favorite because I was watching the braves game last night they went into overtime almost had a heart attack and so it's really good that I didn't record last night because I would have not been in the mood to do so what tonight they're actually on a body they actually play tomorrow think at three thirty or so which is Wednesday and this is do or die they win and neither continue through the tournament or they loose and they go home and with their tails stuck between their legs we know Providence Lee that's not going to happen because the braves is going to win the world series this year so well as as a Y.. Flown Georgia Fan of the Falcons and the braves really and truly hope that's true because the heartache Israel in the state of Georgia we're luckily I got to go to a game this year and unfortunately though it was in the game they clinched the playoffs it was the game right after and I really wish I could have been there one day before but that's okay to be they're not on the list but James so we are covering a another very important Sola today last week I was talking about Sola Gratia we Darryl end you know we kinda mentioned that Sola Gratia may be kind of the forgotten Sola in a way whereas this Sola Sola Phoenix is so Tocado lead us into this because Sola Feta Sola alone feed a faith so could you just kinda got us in a direction as ars what we mean whenever we're saying Seoul of Feta we're saved by faith alone was essentially is this idea that we're not saved by works in I think it has to go hand in hand with Sola Gratia is really the are faith in itself saves us because of the grace of God and it's because of the grace of God they were able to place our faith in Christ in the first place but so solo feed as essentially this idea that we are saved by simply putting our faith meaning or trust or or dependence upon salvation in Christ and Christ alone which you know is a Sola Christie's but you know you'll get to that eventually through these US series yeah Ashley that will be the one nets week and Andrew Rappaport asked me he was like yeah typically people start with Solo Script Torah and yeah you know I get that I went back and forth on the order to do it in but just for those listening to order that we're going in is that we are saved by grace alone through faith alone and cry raced alone according to scripture them to the glory of Godel so that's the order that we're going to be doing it so solis crisis or Christ alone will be done next week and as of this recording the plan is to do that with Andrew Rappaport which will be the first time they've all unfortunately I would have to agree with Andrew so certain that it would die a thousand times for it so whenever we are looking at this and yeah we kind of have to go Oh there you know things such as like new age reformation with the with other colts out there in the world today the Mormons Joe's witnesses Islam even why is the teaching of Sola fee so vitally important in general for our day and age well I don't even think you have to go Oh to the extent of the colts Voss religions out there to really find the importance of Sola fee day in our modern Christianity because essentially.

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"sola" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

12:28 min | 1 year ago

"sola" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"To come. Okay. Nope. To let you know where I'm coming from. I, I am retired. Army sergeant? I'm also retired businessman Sola business. Good money. Retired. Okay. What about big companies black folk don't understand money and putting money together. I bet you yesterday, and I black churches, a big dollars transacted. But we always begging white reformation of ridiculous ain't nobody gonna get dying of you in country if you wanna get you can earn your money. If I got rich caught me off of high Little Rock in about it. Can do it, but look at it like we have your convinced. Never. You're right you go. And you pay white people money, big hotel, correct about that. No. What do you have that? You have out black place. There's no black hotels that we have people that we don't know what we're getting ready to get cut off. Don't ask me, a question that you don't want an answer to our weight. Go ahead. We use black vendors and we make them deal with certain things in no tell we have it, we had a black hotel. We'd have it there. But we wanted to things that we're fighting for pension fund for now is the Bill of black hotel in New York. How can an in Arkansas, we have Hispanic people moving in and creating businesses and they're getting wealthy, we think, all the time, begging white folks, they're not gonna give you the money. Not begging revelations is dealing with the debt owed us forget that. Don't we know you forget that because if somebody that is out much, we built the country and now women, a well let's go another call. If you me. Let's go. If we went to your business. And did something where we also debt whether we ever paid you nut. You in my opinion would be out of your mind, not to continually say you only now you can go on Bill your business. You can do other things, which we're doing. Nobody has spended outbuilding businesses and supporting businesses, we work every day trying to get black money manages, their business so they can invest in building businesses. Robert Smith is one of them, but so no one saying, stop that. But at the same time you owe us is not that we have do one to other is both America needs to deal with the debt. It owes while we continue to build businesses while we continue to support back on businesses does not act like we have to choose one or other. And, yes, other people do come in and Bill businesses. They. Are not discriminated against in the banks and in the money market, and they have easy access to money. And then that old would we're old. So, yes, I am a thousand percent committed. And we worked for that new talk about this every day on the show talk about it on my TV show and do it every day with name afoul over the country meeting with pension fund investors unions, and all saying, you must invest those pension money, manages, that black, so they can use that to reverse gentrification and dealing out community, but at the same time, I'm gonna tell this country, you always for the damage you did. Thank you for your call. Let's go to let's go to brother hall in Chicago WVU in sixteen ninety AM. Yeah, good afternoon, Dr towns, and how you how you doing brother. I'm good. How you doing? I don't know. I want to say that I'm good. But I'm not. And, and the reason why rather that I'm trouble man. I would I happened to see the documentary. I don't know if you've seen it already. Sixteen shots. No, I haven't I just saw over the weekend. I definitely intend to see tell me about I need to tell you about it read, because at some point, you're going to be disturbing. I'll tell you what. My intent when, when I saw sixteen shop being an activist is a senior and an activist that had been out the forefront longtime Redican different ones barrel. I thought it was my responsibilities to bad and to help and assist in the movement. What we had so-called Bill doing that time learning of the sixteen shots. And what we did is we put the hook on their sixteen shots. Couple. When I saw the sixteen shot and the cover of peace. I was suspicious. And, and as I watch this documentari-. I'm saying Phil. I saw I didn't see Reverend Jackson cheap Bava player. I didn't see myself. I didn't it was just so many not that, that made a big difference. But what happens it can told me who produced it. And, and I had is off to, to Jamie Calvin. And callaway. I don't want to get their own problem. Glad that they shed the light and brought that to light in went to court to make sure that that tapers released with sometimes revenue. I think you would agree with me on this. We have to stay in our lane. You can't do it. All we have to designate we have to make sure that we get the maximum strength out of what I struggle and what we're trying to struggle with that said, I thought that he was great as an activist in terms on being on the front line. Doing things with young folks registered in the boat and this any other. But sometimes when we step in another laying. Has Luke commies to say they will get on the prow and a wolf aggressive nature, they don't have to be home. Again. And and, and saying this is that when I saw the documentary, it was so dish with thankful to the corn that Donald family. And I talked to. Which is his uncle it was so disrespectful to his family. I was just saddened by that. I was said by that 'cause they called out, say day. I'm speaking of than the at the time. Paternal or the president or the tunnel order, president of the F, O P. He called him in animal, they show their showing in the documentary where that one police said, well, we did your favorite. We got that animal off the street. So, so when, when I go back to my point on the cover up, that's what I thought we would be able to, to see. I know about the sixteenth. Everybody bouncing up at the Brown after the one and then they lied and said he was shot one time, he was on PCP and all this other nonsense, where we all had heard that read, but why said this in the documentary. Yes, sir. Yes, sir. Yes, sir. Indeed. In fact, it show that this guy Pat cannon, who was the most. What a police department it's showed him lying. It clearly shows that he told a lack was shot, one time after Jamie and Callaway got the taste tape relief. Then that was a problem you I won't go into detail on that. But we do know at that point that was a. So what we understood to cover what we hit the street. And when we hit the street, I was trying to tell the young folks we have to strategically do this, because your enemy, we'll pick you up to the people. You think close to you? And they feed them all for Mason to make sure that we don't succeed in Mark. Now what am I saying? See, they got a brother here. Eighty read eleven I love that because Eddie don't do drab that you don't do drive radio need to revenue. So we appreciate that as a community. We must support our own and be able to have these type of outlet to be able to express. I self and the be able to come together. Collectively Al Reverend L? We think about what's next move. Well, sixteen shop where the couple how come Rahm Emmanuel of a superintendent, all those albums don't get a free pass. Not. Well, now I'm gonna watch it and critiquing and let me say this, Eddie redes-, not do drive bys, and if you see him coming down in a car, you better get out to treat because he coming back. And. One thing that I I've seen would some of these documentaries and I'm so glad you raised it is they take the leadership out of these things. And if I had about showing us for ego reasons, it's they don't want young people to watch these documentaries and understand that movements is what made these things happen. Sixteen shots in cover up would never have been a national issue that not been a movement industries, that y'all did many of the things I was watching another documentary talknet referred to black expert and they acted as blacks started in seventy two started in sixty eight and Reverend Jackson Willie Barron, Ed Riggan and, and others. Sylvia's Henderson started that I was a kid in a breadbasket, New York. If you take the movement out, then. The kids think these are just things that happened that sixteen shots just came out because the media coveted, that's not true, a movement forced to media. The deal would end the release of the tape and all the way to the trial. A movement started black for a movement is what made central five eight case in the first place, but they tried to remove that, because they don't want to encourage people to understand that you've got to have movements, otherwise, these things will go on noticed and not dealt with. And as you say, and they will spread though that are guilty of if not the direct action of co operating what the direct action called a cover. That's very important. I could not thank you for saying that because it is absolutely true. And then when you have people like Eddie read, all Reverend Jackson, whoever come forefront. They got the young people think that they. Weren't doing anything when they've been doing all the work is just not exposed because now we get Hollywood. Tell an story when Hollywood itself has been a bastion of bigotry. Read that is my point need not say, no more you got over. Call the thank you so much, much respect and much. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you for your work. Let's go to let's go to. Let's get a great could be right back. You on keeping it. Real hot button Monday. Be right back. Keeping real shot on news,.

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"sola" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"sola" Discussed on KCRW

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"sola" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"sola" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Margaret Sola, Mike Conley. Each scored nineteen for Memphis and a win over Sacramento college football, twenty fifth ring, Boise state, hammer, New Mexico. Forty five to fourteen is Brett Rippin sauce. Three touchdown passes. Memphis, beat SMU twenty eight to eighteen college victories for UCLA, Nevada, North Carolina and Kansas. I'm Kevin figgers. Ben Ferguson is heard right here. Six hundred Z. Memphis, ninety two point one FM w agr HD, two Memphis iheartradio station. Number killed continues to.

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"sola" Discussed on Future Tense

Future Tense

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"sola" Discussed on Future Tense

"And they rely heavily on the solar energy that I generate. Energize Gloucester will on their why. Now, they've already got solar panels on the night foot center to drawn decrease the costs there and Apollo project for Sola fan. And as we've heard Sipho renewable energy is becoming a popular choice for communities moving away from traditional industries, but experts Belaid Sola and wind projects can create as many jobs own Mike as much money the gratin institutes energy directed tiny would says it's unlikely during the construction size of building large wind farms lodge solo foams and possibly things like battery storage pumped hydro in Tom tied. Right. Maybe one the creates significant long-term jobs, but we don't No know how many. sort of projects are likely to be developed, and there's probably gonna be a couple of really big ones, but very nights of renewable energy projects that after they constructed the ongoing cost of these things very very low. Indeed, the level of jobs that created on the nitro jobs does fundamentally China, but he explains the industry is quickly becoming a big part of a strategy is energy future renewable energy industry is always described as being ugly. Jeez. What I mean by that is that it's starting to have an impact. It's no longer. I shall you ignore half today when they're asleep. It is starting to have an impact across the board is starting to contribute positively and some of the challenges of dealing with this sometimes Tina Tina. are also becoming it tends to make a bit of a mess from time to time. It doesn't know why contribute in the why we've traditionally thought of energy contributing to energy supplies different. We're going to deal with that difference. And I think as the industry grows and grows it'll become more of a contributing adult. It grew up too quickly in the saints. And now we're struggling to deal with the consequences of very high levels of renewable energy in that state. The other states. To have bitten supply through solar and wind. So we're not saying yet the same things emerging. But will we've gotta deal with this emerging industry. Why this constructive? And of course, it doesn't necessarily leads for.

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"sola" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"sola" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Authorities recovered one body from the wreckage of a small plane which crashed into the Atlantic off the Hamptons yesterday, but chief Christopher Sola of the clog village police department says several others who were aboard. That piper. Thirty four are still missing one body has been recovered, and that has been fired people on board has so a search and recovery for at least two others will continue this morning plane took off from Connecticut on a flight to Charleston, South Carolina. He identifies of those on board. Still haven't been released for the second time this year Twenty-four-year-old, Sean Humphry has been charged with assaulting a cop. The daily news reports this time he sucker punched and on-duty New York City police officer during a violent exchange at thirty ninth street in eighth avenue on Friday. The newspaper says Humphry was accused of attacking an MTA cop near Penn station, eight months ago, he was charged with second degree assault and second degree attempted robbery in Friday's attack. And was arraigned yesterday held without bail in New York. Forty eight degrees. It's fair temps going up to fifty eight this afternoon. That's all it's going to be a chilly day, more victims of the deadly limousine cry. Cash. Upstate New York are being laid to rest today. Correspondent Steve Kastenbaum. Says one funeral was held for a large group of the twenty victims yesterday to more victims of the horrific crash will be laid to rest today yesterday. Hundreds of mortars packed into Saint Stanislas. Roman Catholic church in the small community of Amsterdam thirty five miles west of Albany pictures of four sisters three of their husbands, and a friend adorned the front of the church urns containing the remains were placed near the altar. The Reverend Robert de Martinus told mourners that their loved ones can still hear their tears and feel their heartache police arrested the operator of the limousine late last week in charge Tim with criminally negligent homicide, the cause of the crash is still under investigation. I'm Steve Kastenbaum wins. News time five fifty the March to the polls in Chicago yesterday, rallied perspective voters ahead of the midterm elections. See.

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"sola" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"sola" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"It, that you know, America's workforce their data got Sola now the first thing that Trump. Did after that disclosure was to shut, down the of the electronics security division of. The Justice department so now we it sounds like Like. We have no, police following tracking Does the NSA do anything to find our who's looting are are identities and whose putting. Fake charges. Our credit cards and whatnot all right let's. Find out, the answer, to that one that's a it's a it's a very tough question to answer because the. Government certainly is working behind the scenes they're a federal task. Forces that are charged with protecting information I, can tell you from my personal experience one of my debit cards was compromised and I was contacted by a federal agent out of, Florida working with an international task force and my car was used to withdraw cash, at a, WalMart in of all places Lago Florida which. I was nowhere near at, the time I was politely and Lowell Massachusetts at that time. And they are working. Behind the, scenes they, have apprehended, that and I you know they they, they are working on the lodger rings but the The, local fraud is so rampant it's very difficult to track very. Difficult to prove very. Difficult to, prosecute I, wish you, were easier let's go to Fran and, Melrose Fran I I.

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"sola" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"sola" Discussed on Double Toasted

"You want to drink no no i don't i don't drink alcohol devils mothers you gotta remember this is i'm not even joking harm sola was not that cool dude that he is now almost luke skywalker that hustle that john no right now i love you like this kid put them a big chunk of brown you know that it's important like take a look at that hans even for brief moment because you have to realize that of course han solo would be a different person because you look at han solo who not only was younger but he was inexperienced yeah he was he was he was reckless and and you get to see the in just a short time of this movie where he goes from being green behind the ears to just kind of being gangster way you know by the end of the movie he's even a little bit cold blooded but what i liked about him being this character this young character to being hans over that we know now is that they even wisely so for the sake of secrets they still leave room for that character to grow plenty this this is like chapter one of the life of hans solo yeah what do you think well that's so i think having you introduced your points on it got to realize what i really feel about this because i don't think the portrayal is bad because you said it's younger on solo he's not as cocky is not as what he is in the newer movies in the in the new hope trilogy but that characters are so much more interesting i like so much more obviously more better better because he is not the scrappy kid he's not this this kid who doesn't know what to do he's doing he's gonna make things up as he goes along and so he just wasn't interesting to me and it wasn't until the very end words oh now he's getting glimpses of it but even then it wasn't enough to be like that this is the guy that becomes the the hunt so that we know so i'm not saying i want clone but even the girl that he had it in this movie i didn't feel like he was getting that ed's like he was getting that kind of foot in the gangster lifestyle okay.

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"sola" Discussed on H3 Podcast

H3 Podcast

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"sola" Discussed on H3 Podcast

"Welcome back every but to the h three podcast today we have a very special illustrious guest geno marvels superstar and her boyfriend another superstar julian sola meet that today we are sponsored by me undies and but and our third and probably our best sponsor of all time ourself check it out we made our own mertz store i'm really excited to share with you guys at h three h three shop dot com check it out we've got an internal ice oppression shirt pretty great comfy cozy love the fabric you'll what you've got i got a matter of law stick it to the haters with this a matter of law shirt let him now that when it comes to let igations you are a matter of law that applies to like one out of a million people but you know and there's two more oil and coal once wages dan have them here yet girl showed by so yeah you we don't has initially there especially dedicated to you guys who watched the podcast weiser action my favorite once you got the fascinating and the right there the colors are insane so cool and i've lost all respect for myself which is a podcast me but a really implies to anybody could apply to anybody up you guys want to support the show it up h three h three shop dot com and pick up your slammin hot merchandise by us for us who bill okay let's get let's get to business areas.

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