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How American Think About Abortion, and What Pro-lifers Must Learn

The BreakPoint Podcast

04:52 min | 9 months ago

How American Think About Abortion, and What Pro-lifers Must Learn

"It is the job of every Christian, not just some to oppose evils like abortion and protect goods like pre-born human lot. Here's how you can do it too for the Colson Center. I'm John Stonestreet. This is break point. Recently political scientists Michael J. New describe the results of what's being called quote the largest known indepth interview study of American attitudes on abortion he described them as nuanced a better term would be complicated and maybe not at all coherent this new study out of Notre Dame, which is entitled how Americans understand abortion not only attempted to determine what Americans believe about abortion but why they believe it and which factors influence those believes anyone who opposes. Abortion anyone committed to protecting the pre-born has much to learn from these results. For example, I find it fascinating that according to the study most Americans are simply not quote particularly knowledgeable about the details of abortion those of US neck deep in this issue might find it unbelievable that anyone could be unfamiliar with basic facts about fetal development or about public policy or about what Roe v Wade actually did to America or were state abortion laws currently. Stand, but many people are, and that makes the task of education especially when it comes to the science and politics of abortion a priority for pro-lifers and fact, the data suggests that many Americans would be shocked if they could learn how permissive our nation's abortion laws actually are another lesson to learn from this Notre Dame study is that we must do a better job publicizing the life affirming work done by thousands of pregnancy help centers in. The US much of the support for legal abortion is based on fear that children born after unintended pregnancies will be neglected and that women would be adversely impacted by carrying in unintended pregnancy to term in other words. Apparently, people are simply still unaware that these very old arguments which date back to even before Roe v Wade itself in other words who will care for these women and children have substantially been answered in incredible ways by pro-lifers. Everywhere. Easing the concerns about whether help is available for women, our children and unexpected crisis pregnancies will be essential to any effective pro-life apologetic. The most important lesson from the study however is just how deeply moral relativism is shaping the abortion debate a large percentage of Americans dislike abortion, but they're also uncomfortable with making abortion illegal. This is incredible. Even those who think that abortion should be legal. Think that there's something wrong with it and yet they simply cannot imagine any alternative to the status quo successful pro-life outreach to this group suggests new is the key to creating a durable pro-life majority that can restore legal protection to the unborn in other words in addition to the beautiful and brilliant work of caring for children for women and crisis the kind of work the pro-life moving has. Excelled in for decades, we still have to know how to make the case for life and by we I, mean you and I mean me, we need to know the science surrounding abortion so that they can know that the science is on the side of life we need to know how embryology and ultrasounds have only strengthened the case for the humanity of the fetus. The case is so. Incredibly strong in fact but as this study reveals, we can't assume that Americans know that and if they do know it, we can't assume they can connect the dots to the immorality of taking innocent pre-born lies. The case that abortion is wrong has to be made alongside the case that abortion should be illegal and not just the quote unquote pro-life professionals after all if the Supreme Court ever. Does manage to overturn Roe v Wade and of course, we pray that it does the status and safety of preborn children will be decided on a state by state basis local law matters when it comes to abortion as much even more. So the national law and that law is a moral teacher many Americans think abortion should be legal simply because it is and that's why pro-abortion forces oppose. Any and every restriction on abortion whatsoever as if it's an outrageous infringement on the rights of women in other words, they must not allow a pro-life foot in the door. So those of us who care about the unborn must help people know what they should know about abortion so that they can make the connections they currently aren't making.

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Join Us in Prayer for Our Nation

The BreakPoint Podcast

05:08 min | 9 months ago

Join Us in Prayer for Our Nation

"To join us for the call center. I'm John. Stonestreet, this is great for. Christians should be among those most deeply concerned about the divided state of our nation left versus right mass. No mass reopened versus stay at home virtual school versus in person raised politics police abortion religious liberty not to mention the remainder of what certain to be brutal presidential campaign. The issues we face range from essential to non-essential on essential matters, we should mourn deception and vowed to fight. For the truth on non essential matters we should mourn and hope to overcome division God's people can neither stay on the sidelines nor run away from the struggle instead knowing there is no hope other than Christ. We must ask onto mercifully powerfully mobilize us is people to advance that which is true and good if Christians are to speak with clarity courage and confidence and to be the. Of Truth and love and a world of Noise Echo Chambers, then we'll need to be prepared but even perfectly crafted arguments cannot replace Shut Colson would say the church being the Church speaking cannot replace being and to be the people that God calls us to be right now, we must rely on prayer. That's why each and every Wednesday morning between all the twelfth of November, the fourth, and that's the morning after the twenty twenty election the Colson center will be hosting a national prayer time the a Webinar we want you to join US each and every week to pray first and foremost for God's mercy. But that he would revive his church that he would bring about a renewal of righteousness that he would empower us to courageously offer protection for the most vulnerable to champion reconciliation across our deepest divides and that he would. Allow us to be instruments in the sustaining of religious freedom and the recovery of the family in our nation. Each prayer time will feature a devotional challenge and a prayer by Christian leaders such as Oz Ganesh Johnny Eric's Totta focus on the family President Jim Daly Woodside Bible Pastor Chris Brooks and watermark pastor Todd Wagner as well as at Stecher from the Billy Graham Center and the Heritage Foundation President Keiko James Now due to the limited capacity of zoom there will be limited live spots each week available to everyone who registers However, each weeks recording will be sent to anyone who registers so come to breakpoint dot org for more details and Fiji's Paul tells us that we don't wrestle against flesh and blood but against the rulers, the authorities, the cosmic powers over this present darkness against the spiritual forces of evil in heavenly places when people see us their enemies, it's difficult to remember that they aren't our enemies. So what we need to do as Paul Instructs this put on the former of God Faith Truth Righteousness Peace Salvation the word of God. And he says praying at all times in the spirit with all prayer and supplication keeping alert with all perseverance making supplication for all the Saints, and the Book of acts the earliest church activity we read off is prayer thousands of people from completely different backgrounds came together in one mind one art in prayer with one accord. That's what acts chapter one, verse fourteen and Chapter Two versus forty. Two seven says than what happened with the Holy Spirit moved in the world was never the same in fact, every spiritual revolution in history. With some kind of unified persevering prayer the very first outpouring of the holy. Spirit. In acts to the great awakenings, the businessman's revival and the Welsh revival story after story, you read the same thing people prayed God's spirit moved on the other hand every Christian history who was able to persevere and righteousness. Temptation or persecution without seeing revival in their lifetime they also did that through prayer. Our prayer of course cannot force God's hand but are only way forward is to seek his will together are purse can't control God. But we can invite him to change our hearts and minds including our own gods always working in our lives whether we realize it or not. But something powerful and world changing happens when people pray for God's spirit to move. The, Great Jonathan Edwards urged his fellow pastors to quote be much in prayer and fasting both in secret and with one another it is God's will. He said that the prayers of his saints shall be great and the principal means of carrying on the designs of Christ's kingdom in the world. When God has something to accomplish for his church, it is with his will that there should precede it the extraordinary prayer of his people Paul even tells us to pray for all things at all times for sesame chapter five specifically for our leaders both spiritual and secular as what the

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A New Declaration of Dependence On God

The BreakPoint Podcast

03:50 min | 11 months ago

A New Declaration of Dependence On God

"This, fourth of July we find our nation more divided than perhaps at any other time since the civil war. That's what happens when a nation abandoned God and Rejects Truth Colson Center I'm John Stonestreet. This break point. On July Fourth, two thousand and four Chuck Colson breakpoint commentary was entitled a New Declaration of dependence reading through it again recently I was struck by just how prophetic his words were as a student of history chuck not only understood the founding principles of our nation, as expressed in the declaration of independence, but he understood on what those principles were grounded. So what happens chuck ass when the foundations are rejected? What happens when religion? Truth and public virtue are all made non essential. What happens when citizens want the benefits of the American experiment without taking seriously what it requires of us will here's Jet Colson from July second, two thousand four. Fourth Celebrates our liberty and national independence. I get through every time I hear. The cannons blast that rousing finale of the eighteen twelve overture, and I got a lump in my throat whenever I join in singing America America. God shed His grace on the. Indeed God has blessed America this nation dedicated to the proposition that all men are endowed by their creator with certain unalienable rights has endured two hundred twenty eight years. America's the oldest constitutional republic on Earth. But all is not well in our land. When Thomas Jefferson Penn, the immortal words of the Declaration of Independence, he deliberately appealed the creator, or he acknowledged an overriding obligation to nature and nature's got, and he understood that ordered. Liberty is not just a subjective preference, but a divinely ordained condition for which human beings are designed. But. Over the last few decades, legions of skeptics have mounted a massive assault on these self evident Ruth's in prestigious schools in the halls of government, and especially in the Supreme Court. God is banished from public compensation. If a public schoolteacher introduce Jefferson's ideas and language into the classroom today, she likely be called on the carpet, possibly disciplined. This assault on God in public cultures severely damages our democracy. If God is thrown out of our history, we lose our basis for believing that individuals have rights and dignity in an empty universe. We have no meaning no value without God. There are no inalienable rights and no certain proof that liberty is better than tyranny or that life better than death. Everything's a matter of opinion and power. The references to God, the Declaration of Independence provide a foundation for moral argument within civil society and moral truths pervade our founding documents from beginning to end without God is the source of all these moral principles. The Public Square would quickly revert to the law of the jungle. Brutish power would prevail the week. The unborn, the elderly, the gravely ill could be quietly terminated. Much as I enjoy the anthems and fireworks more than that is called for on this July fourth. We need to confess our moral failures in our national sins, repenting of allies of. Killing innocent babies and the elderly. Renewal begins on our knees. It's there. We hear soul searching questions from God himself asking how long will you defend the unjust and show partiality to the wicked rescue the weekend needy deliver them from the hand of the wicked. Our nation's founding document declared independence from Britain. But with equal fervor declared dependence upon God expressing firm reliance on the protection of Divine Providence. The signers committed the American experiment. Do their maker the spirit of seventeen seventy six was reverence and trust. So as we mark this solemn occasion, let us seek a rebirth of true liberty, which is possible, only when governed by divine law for without God, we could never have liberty and justice for

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"stonestreet" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

04:40 min | 1 year ago

"stonestreet" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Dial we'll take your phone calls before the end of this hour before we send you all into your draft day Eric. Stonestreet my buddy from modern family diehard Kansas City Chiefs Fan. Die Hard sports fan a guy who refers to commissioner Roger. Goodell has the goods because their friends. Roger Goodell I mean he is A. He's a diehard modern family fan and reached out to coach. Cam years ago sparked a friendship with Eric who I do believe is given goodell some tips on how to appoint his draft area tonight. So Eric stonestreet skin to join us in the middle of this hour. Eight four four two zero four rich number to dial. Our poll question is simple. Where's to go in? And Dolphins chargers or dropping where two things stand here at the top of our third and final hour of our draft. Day Edition Chris. Brockman over there. All right guys to is going to be the big story tonight. So twenty three percent say chargers Thirty one percent think he drops forty seven percents still like him to the Miami. I'm telling you I'm one of those forty seven percent. I'm not falling for any okeydokey. And he smokescreen. I think the dolphins are GonNa go get him unless of course the godfather type deal that they packaged together. Everything in their mother. And what have you to get up to the number one overall pick? If this was a normal night I would be with this man. It's never it's never normal that I would be with David Shaw right in front of the Las Vegas Nevada but if this was a The draft night that we all thought it would be. I'd be getting set to be on the air with this man on. Nfl Network as he has been for. I think eight years and counting. He is the head coach of Stanford. Football David Shaw. How are You David? I'm doing great but I wouldn't be doing better food media. I know I know that. Well you know what I think you could be me is an NFL employee. David I would have to apparently keep walking all the way to the elevator banks and hit a button unfortunately to go straight out oh man but and and I think we will be there one day I think obviously the NFL will put a vegas into the draft rotation as soon as possible when we're back Living lives as normal as we possibly can but as for tonight's draft The question you just heard a our poll question today for a reason because I think that is the crux of tonight's draft. Where to a goes. Would you agree with that assessment? David Shaw I mean. Every every team has to find out where their risk What what risk they WANNA take. And it's really tough to say if you believe. There's any chance that he is not healthy enough to truly compete year. One that you've drafted that high but if you say you know what long-term wise we think he's going to be the guy. This is our guy we fall in love with our meetings we fall in love with this film If he's not hundred percent year one but ready to go year to and be the franchise guy that we want. Then you don't hesitate but those are the questions that have to be answered And I'm not in those rooms. I can't say one hundred percent but if I was I would have to feel very very good especially as a general manager. This guy's not only going to be the guy but he's going to actually be the guy sometime in the next year or so and he's not going to be on the shelf Because I know my job is on the line by making this pick. So let's let's hypothetical this thing out best we can because what you know and what I know apparently is what the teams know all right because they they clearly don't have the ability to get their own doctor to go take a look at two. They have the medicals of the recheck. Apparently that went Very well for him After the combine check that took place on him. No doubt so. If you get those things in and the eye in the sky that you have seen for this young man and then you have the ability to obviously face to face with them and you do see the video that Trent dilfer and of him being put through the paces by Trent dilfer and Ken whisenhunt spoke to those guys. Would you be comfortable that way? In making that decision for a tool atop this draft third or fifth overall. If I got that information and what I've seen on film I would not hesitate This guy throws a ball in tight windows He's got quick feet but he's not fast escape. The pocket He's got great savvy Is One heck of a football player? And I think he's GonNa play really well in the next level There will be teams that looking at it. Just saying you know what? Gosh if I can take a guy like Justin. Herbert the has no physical No physical ills at all but still the top line passer. You know I would just feel more comfortable with that. So that's way those teams have to make those calls. But if I got that.

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How Dare the Vice President Pray?

The BreakPoint Podcast

04:17 min | 1 year ago

How Dare the Vice President Pray?

"Enunciates has a long history of its leaders asking for the help of divine. Providence shouldn't be controversial when they do for the call center. I'm John Stonestreet. This is break. One they argued yesterday on break point. Spread of the corona virus is a brutal reminder of just how fragile humans are a direct and uncomfortable challenge to our collective illusion of control as it spreads not only our individual lives threatened but also the intricate and fragile web of global connections that fuel national and international economies to ask help. And all of this shouldn't be controversial. So that's exactly what Vice President. Mike Pence decided to do an official White House photo from February the twenty six captured the vice president and the Corona virus taskforce opening their meeting with heads bowed in prayer. The photo as they say nowadays blew up the Internet unleashing a tidal wave of prayer shaming. Which is a term coined a couple years back to describe ridiculing people who dare offer thoughts and prayers for victims of tragedies like mass shootings one secular research website described the photo symbolic of the moral and intellectual decay at the White House. A photo shows Vice President Mike Pence and his team trying to pray away. The Corona Virus Pinson. His team were quote wallowing ignorance superstition and willful ignorance. The site continued suggesting that pence praise. Because he's a religious extremist another slant this one from an out and proud atheists is not a joke when people say those. Republicans are trying to stop a virus with prayer. What did anyone expect? Science reason something sensible and one of the most viral tweets of the photo had this caption. Mike Pence is corona virus. Emergency team praying for a solution. We are so blank. Never mind that. Every session of Congress begins with prayer as do thousands of public meetings across the country. Each day prayer is for many today. Politically unacceptable seen as an affront to science obstacle to govern it and worst of all a shameful admission that were not in control of our own destinies. Of course. That's precisely the point of prayer. We're not in control. We think we are. We've made remarkable medical scientific and technological breakthroughs that have allowed us to be less the victims of nature than societies past. But we don't control the world. The idea that we do. Ironically reveals a central belief of a technocratic worldview one every bit as much an article of faith any held by prayers this faith allies in something quite unprovable intentive namely that all human problems and challenges whether climate change or gun violence. The Corona virus are problems that can be solved. If only we apply the right techniques which these days are almost always political. You know passing the right laws or public. Policies are electing the right officials in this world view the world and all of its complexities are reduced a mathematical models and can thus be controlled by our best ideas and efforts oliver problems. The logic continues can be if not eliminated at least ameliorated in fact. This worldview central article of faith explains why those committed to it. Think of prayer in science as mutually exclusive options something that directly contradicts the history of both science. And many of history's most important. Scientists this secular faith along with the political illusion that it fosters is on full display right now by those claiming that this outbreak is something. President trump or some government entity should be able to save us from such an inflated idea of government not only reduces the room for God in our cultural imagination it dramatically expands the room for the state and our cultural imagination. And that's something. We'll surely regret in the end. Placing the world on our own shoulders in this way will not grant any more control instead will only find its way too heavy and then where will we turn as the PSALMIST said nations may rage? People may plot in vain but only the Lord makes us dwell in safety. Thank God when our leaders recognize this? May We all join them. And praying for the Corona virus taskforce and for those political leaders and health officials around the world for God ordained wisdom to fight this potential pandemic

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The Dangerous Science Behind Gender Transitioning

The BreakPoint Podcast

04:27 min | 1 year ago

The Dangerous Science Behind Gender Transitioning

"The reason scientific studies touting the benefits of medical transitioning for those with gender dysphoric or joining the long history of so-called science from call center. I'm John Stonestreet. This is break point from the beginning. Proponents of the sexual revolution have wrapped themselves in the mantle of science especially social science for example in the nineteen fifties. The Kinsey reports helped normalize a whole range of sexual behaviors. They were the source of that still often quoted statistic that ten percent of people or same sex oriented both that figure and the methodology behind. Kinsey. So-called research has long ago been discredited. Still that ten percent number two sticks in some people's heads a new wave of studies in recent years paint a rosy picture about the benefits of medical transitions for people with gender dysphoric. You so much. So that is Paul. Dirks recently said public discourse lifelong experimental medicalisation sterilization and complete removal of healthy body parts. No longer a rarity. It's now the recommended treatment for gender is for you. But what if those studies are like the Kinsey reports? What if they reflect the bias and of the authors rather than reality will given? What's at stake? This is vitally important question. Especially since -ocial science itself is in the midst of what's called a replication crisis in other words when researchers tried to replicate the findings of studies in the Social Sciences. They often cannot this failure replication. Even includes studies regarded as canonical in some fields. So how can we distinguish between what solid research? And what won't withstand further scrutiny. When it comes the so called settled science of Gender Transitioning Paul Dirks public discourse article titled Transition As treatment. The best study showed the worst outcomes sums up. The results of his deep dive into this research dirks defines best studies as those that have followed people who underwent medical transition for the longest period of time. It's well recognized in the literature. Dirk states that the year after medical gender transition is a quote honeymoon period which does not represent a realistic picture of long-term sexual and psychological status yet most of the popular ginger transition studies are limited to just a few years following the transitioning other studies that support medical transition failed to follow up with as many as half the original participants. That's well beyond the threshold of reliability. Many of the studies dirk states are fraught with design problems like small sample sizes short study links enormously high dropout rates to name just three the problem so bad one systematic review of the literature rate and only two out of twenty nine studies as high quality and contrast the best designed and most rigorous studies. Whose results are most likely to stand up over. Time found. That medical transition was not the solution to the patient's problems especially in the case of male to female transitions. They reveal much higher. Mortality rates do increased rates of suicide AIDS. Drug abuse even cardiovascular disease another high quality study found a sevenfold increase in suicide attempts and a nineteen fold increase in completed suicides after transitions even when the findings are adjusted for pre existing psychiatric problems which are often treated as unrelated to the gender DIS Fauria. They're still a three fold. Increase in psychiatric hospital admissions in other words when it comes to medical gender transitioning the best studies show the worst outcomes and the current use of shoddy social science to support medical transitioning. That's not only misleading. It's dangerous in this case. As is common in the social sciences especially throughout the history of the sexual revolution ideology is overwhelming truth. Finding too many researchers think they know what the data should tell us and so they at times unconsciously and times consciously designed their studies to make sure that it does sadly the consequences of their failure is far worse than professional embarrassment or tarnished reputations this case the consequences could be permanent and

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"stonestreet" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

05:42 min | 1 year ago

"stonestreet" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Final hour on this final day. Dan Evidence Dan Patrick Show here in Miami Great Studio audience here. We WanNA thank them. Everybody showed up this week all the great guests that we had. If you guys had a favorite guest this week who would it be pulling David Ortiz. Big Papi on the phone before but in person he lived up to everything that his star power has and I love. The story told about Kobe Bryant. Yeah this is part of what big PAPI said about the time that he met Kobe. Bryant when I I make him any was like I was a kid when you see the ice cream truck because he he was expressing. You know like leg like the way. He handled himself and Dan. You you watch it on the core doing what he do you know and and and everything everything related to. Kobe was very special. You know that was big PAPI. Also Derrick. Henry might have been my favorite guests because sometimes you're not sure what you're going to get and Derek had been on the show before we had him after. He won his heisman and he's so likable and he's bigger in person than you think like you watch him when he's running the football and then you realize in persons even bigger but he talked about he's at the espy's and he sees coby and his girlfriend says say something something to him and he froze and didn't say anything to Kobe because he didn't know what to say even though he loved Kobe. Bryant Yama Club. How about dion this week? I know Dionne the outcomes every year and brings it but I mean he was bringing it. Well he was criticized criticized critical of the NFL Hall of fame. That we're letting everybody in and he had a problem with that many said he's GonNa be coaching a college team next year so he he did bring something. Dion always does bring something. Michael Irvin does as well. Yeah Paulie I forgot to tell you this. This we ran into Michael Irvin. I ran into Michael Irvin. He had an entourage of people as always walking out of the media center. People are herb playmaker and and I'm just standing there. I'm trying to actually get out out of the way. And he sees me and I know he doesn't I am or anything but he knows from the show and he announces that pain. You guys did that. Painting any like pounds is heart like he he was you guys. You're white you my brothers. And that's the last thing. Michael Irvin Saturday. They left the media center. Couple of phone calls. Then I guess I have a beef to settle with Eric Stonestreet. Joan Street the great actor from modern family. He will join us here in a moment. Let me get to a Bob in Los Angeles Bob. What's on your mind today? They it calls for long term use apartment of Joe lapointe that he wanted to to Lubbock. Yeah yeah there's something there and a similar Height of Tim Robbins. But thanks for the phone call you got MacAulay Culkin. I think job looks like if Macaulay Culkin got into football instead of acting. I really yeah. He was a six if Macaulay Culkin with six sport. Sling it yeah. They don't shave neither really. I'd have to do a side by side that's all. I see MacAulay Culkin. I saw a Thinner younger Vince. Vaughn as well like that swingers like you could see Joe Boroughs Swagger swim all. He's got swag that's for for sure. mclovin update the poll results. And I'll get to our next guest okay Would you rather have that seventy-five screen TV or tickets to Super Bowl. It's up to a sixty eight percent tickets the super bowl to switch it up to. Who's going to win the game? One on yeah choices being chiefs and forty nine. Thank you mclovin by the way. There's a I guess a back story to be with Eric Stonestreet just to set this up before we bring him in. And this was may of twenty nineteen. Eric is a huge Kansas City chiefs fan and this was the exchange we had on the program. But do you WANNA bet how about how about dinner. Okay Yeah I would. I mean that'd be an honor with you but I roll really because if you if you bring me it's no you know the the place all gaffes account place five guys. That's not the restaurant I'm talking about here. These are the five guys right here. We go to dinner now if you want to bring somebody yeah you can't and if if if I lose the I think it would be amazing right now to make that if what are we betting first of all that the chiefs beat the chargers who is who goes farther chiefs. She wind that chiefs or chargers. Okay got the chargers going farther. Maybe since as you're bringing four people eric you can bring your bring Lake Bell and okay inappropriate of your weight. He's asking for me to bring a married woman to Dinner Kevin Hart. I'm saying like other cats members. I'm not saying along the lines of Patrick Mahomes and Travis Kelsey and then they can insperity the whole game. Okay the whole art so we bet this was just letting this was last year. Who was going to go farther? And then I picked the chiefs to win the Super Bowl this year. And let's make way for Eric Stonestreet and see where we go are. Following gas became a star for his playing the lovable Cameron in Tucker on modern family. But we shouldn't forget his earlier movie roles you may remember him from his work in such classics as Ninja Cheerleaders. The drifter and of course knuckle Sandwich Sandwich if you can't book Paul Rudd to talk about the Kansas City chiefs. He's the next best guy. Please welcome Eric Stonestreet..

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Good Times for Planned Parenthood, So It Says

The BreakPoint Podcast

04:09 min | 1 year ago

Good Times for Planned Parenthood, So It Says

"America's largest purveyor of abortion claims. It had a banner year if that's the case why our tax dollars still flowing planned parenthood the Colson Center. I'm John Stonestreet. This is breakpoint. Few weeks ago planned. Parenthood released an upbeat even triumphant sounding annual report for the two thousand eighteen nineteen fiscal fiscal year. Despite the increase legal and political challenges they face the organization claims to have met those challenges with resolve this kind of spin and his pretty standard fare for annual report. So it should be taken with a large grain of salt. Still prompts and obvious question if planned parenthood's going from strength to strength as it says that is why does it still need our tax payer support. According to the report planned parenthood performed a record three hundred and forty five thousand abortions during the two thousand eighteen nineteen fiscal year. That's approximately forty percent of the approximately eight hundred sixty two thousand abortions performed in the United States in other words the planned parenthood performed a record number of abortions at a time when the overall number of abortions is declining put differently. We might say that planned planned. Parenthood is cornering the abortion market. The report sounds upbeat because business is good in fact it so good that planned. Parenthood could turn down millions of dollars and federal grants rather than comply with new trump administration rules that bar recipients from referring clients to abortion providers with that kind of financial flexibility. Why are American taxpayers still forced to fund the organization to the tune of six hundred seventeen million dollars a year? More to the point. Why was the most recent funding being approved without the slightest consideration? That things could even be different at least part of the answer to those questions. Lie in the pages of the annual report planned. Parenthood claims that it provided nine point eight million services in the last fiscal year. Half of those were what it called Sti Services and treatment the rest birth control information services and breast exams and PAP test. Now this is of course planned parenthood's continual instill bogus that abortions less than four percent of what the organization does on several occasions. Why that number just isn't true? Apparently there's enough elected officials congressional Republicans included that either belief planned parenthood. Don't care enough to learn. The facts. Were just unwilling to risk their political careers to do anything about it. And so the on the spending bill passed and signed into law late last year directed directed five hundred and fifty million dollars in federal funding for planned parenthood in this fiscal year. That's an increase of twenty million over last fiscal year. Her that of course means the impact of the millions of dollars in grants at planned. Parenthood turned down was limited rather than comply with the new rules or employ their famously justly creative accounting. They instead chose to fight the rules in court. They recently lost that fight. And then I circuit the continued federal funding of planned. Parenthood matters for reasons that that transcend just the symbolic or the moral. Nearly forty percent of planned parenthood's revenue that six hundred seventeen million dollars in the last fiscal year comes from government sources. Nearly ninety percent of that amount comes from the federal government alone which means planned parenthood's quite vulnerable despite the upbeat annual report if that Federal Spigot of funds were just turned off or even just turned down. He'd be in big trouble in fact we should be asking why it hasn't been already. We can't blame what's happened or more accurately what hasn't happened just on those in the courts and legislatures without also pointing to what's happened or more accurately what hasn't happened in the Public Square. See legislatures were only de-fund abortion providers like planned parenthood. If Americans make it clear lear. They view abortion something that they absolutely will not pay for and that will only happen if we can continue and compellingly make the case for for life. If we fail to do that then we can only expect more upbeat annual reports from planned parenthood. Which is America's unquestioned leader of abortion

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Americans Are Dying Younger

The BreakPoint Podcast

04:10 min | 1 year ago

Americans Are Dying Younger

"Inching Christians had a reputation for running toward the plague. Not Away from it today. There's a new plague. That demands are responsible for the Colson Center. I'm John Stonestreet. This is break. Point between nineteen fifty nine and two thousand sixteen life expectancy in the US rose from sixty nine point. Nine years to seventy eight point nine years. Most people know that. But did you know that since then it's reverse course. A new study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association Paints a portrait of a society in deep trouble for the third year in a row now the average life expectancy in the. US has declined the last time. American life expectancy CONSI declined three years in a row war one and the Spanish flu pandemic killed six hundred. Seventy five thousand Americans. Now percentage wise that would be the same as losing two and a half million Americans today of course in the early nineteen hundreds there were no antibiotics viruses. Were unknown. Never mind antiviral all drugs. The germ theory of disease only recently been widely accepted in the US in the kind of public health and sanitation measures that we now take for granted. We're we're still in their infancy and today the. US spends a far larger share of its GDP on health care than any other nation yet. Other wealthy nations are not experiencing the same reversal in life expectancy in fact people in some less wealthy nations like Costa Rica have significantly longer life expectancies expectancies than Americans. So whatever is causing Americans to die younger and younger has nothing at all to do with medical science or technology as a recent Washington. Post article describes the causes behind. This dramatic shift. Are things like suicide. Drug overdoses liver disease and dozens of other causes. These causes are summed. Up in a phrase deaths from despair that was coined by researchers and case and Angus Deaton and other words we are facing an epidemic Amac of young people giving up on life sometimes before it ever really even starts for them as a public health expert told the Post people are feeling worse about themselves and in their futures at leading them to do things that are self destructive and not promoting health was the study shows. They're giving up a younger and younger age. The same hopelessness US leading to the uptick and deaths from despair is also driving what I call acts of desperation that we also see in our culture in this category add put acts of mass violence or abuse in the increasing number of young people willing to self mutilate in a pursuit for their identity. This sad story brings to mind Matthew Nine thirty six when Jesus saw the crowds. He had compassion for them because they were harassed and helpless like sheep without a shepherd. The Greek word that it is here translated compassion describes visceral reaction not a mere sentiment. In other words it's like Jesus felt this one in the gut. His response to their plight was to tell his disciples pray earnestly to the Lord of the harvest to send out laborers in to his harvest starting with themselves. Our current opinion of dying young should elicit a similar response from us as Chuck. Wholesome like to say it's time for the church to be the church like our Lord? We must see the harassed Aston Helpless around us. We must feel they're suffering as if it were our own and we must pray that God would show us how he'd have US respond. If as Paul told the Athenians got his determine the time and place where we live we cannot be spectators in this cultural moment to the unfolding tragedies around us God God has placed us here to act A. This doesn't mean we'll solve the problem anymore than those who ran toward the plague in ancient Rome could stop it. The restoration of all things will only be complete when Christ returns and glory but we can offer a preview of that restoration. Here now. That's what we and only only we have to offer the world if we can't bring ourselves to do this and something else is terribly wrong. This time with us

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"stonestreet" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"stonestreet" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Are they're going all over the place in in <hes> a great tradition and i brought this flag. Oh look at this. This is jeff read friday flag. I'm going to keep it. It's also upside down on in nineteen sixty. Two thousand sixty season stress football do many working fountains. There are in kansas city. No did you google glad it's like two hundred and some probably two hundred yep most in the world yeah. Did you google boulevards. More boulevards and paris bro just unfound. It's definitely anymore barbecue than paris barbecue. Did you see schwartz took. Barbecues smoked a bunch of meat took it to all the press and fed fed the press that he could. He's a good kid kodiak back by the way that's still one of my favorite moments where the network the shift that were the show turns five and october happy birthday. Thank you one of my favorite exchanges in the five year history. This show was member in kansas city by the way congratulations on another huge. It would two million. What would you million this ten for this history austria unbelievable two million for children's mercy hospital in kansas city <hes> we're we're in. We're in the the the big right and you're with mitchell schwartz and i'm like member. The tribe and you go chiefs not that trump its own ooh. I didn't know you were talking about your ice right. I was talking about his judaism. Not your football too yeah but god bless york stonestreet. Thanks for having me unread. Twenty-fifth is the return of modern family on a._b._c. for its final season final right. There's no turning back. Its final of modern family for sure and do we know how it ends right now. No not at all no clear and you have a mystery. It's all mystery i well. What's funny is were shooting. A shorter season shorter season would end around february so aw you know where i'm going due to my go makes it real yeah. I won't be there unless they're they're never what a week that would be sir. What a week that would be eric stonestreet at eric stonestreet on both instagram and twitter craig kilborn coming up when we come back. I strolled around. It'll be great. I haven't seen him in forever and a day <hes> but you're gonna probably seem in back in the green never met him okay well. That's about to end. I believe about for the t._v. Audience we are going to show a little bit of the randy. Andy reid video that eric put out there into the universe this week. We come back. We'll stroll down memory lane courtesy of my friends of super bowl memory lane of courtesy of my friends of courtyard. That's how we return. Thanks thanks jerry collins for randy read. Yahu is officially released their week. One daily fantasy football contests hat means. I said i need to study. They have a million dollar contest for week while we're no management fee and one hundred thousand dollars to first place. Many.

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"stonestreet" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

04:47 min | 1 year ago

"stonestreet" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"There is a company <music> out there that say makes hospital beds and out to hugh freeze on and say hey we gotta deal for you you since clearly coach from one even though you got shot out while in one i mean so wait his team crap bedpan japan here this gentleman eric stonestreet. Here's here's the latest on that and here's the latest on that so have forty yahoo sports at a story today day so liberty spokesman till so he's still he's had back surgery. He's still in this bed not sure he's going to travel he does when we're showing the picture you're laughing because it is absurd and by the way i don't know if the coaches next to him right there it does appear like doing the same movement right now eric. Is that coach opa. Maybe trying to either call a play to make sure that nobody's lip reading or laughing. What is the next step. Okay so liberty is playing hang on louisiana okay and the school has purchased what it calls a medical chair for him to us in the press box mr a source told pat forty that characterizes a dental chair that kind of moves all around up and down the school is not calling it that the chair is being flown to louisiana and installed in the press box. They're playing louisiana lafayette on friday. Does he not have assistant coaches exactly it. Does he not have anyone else that can do delegate anything as opposed to hold on this. Here's the chin. I got the liberty chant for this week. You ready gimme an r r. Dr give me an i. S. s. e. what does that spell. Resign rents so last last week they last week he was in the hospital bed and they kinda wheeled him in because it was press box accessible the press box at cajun infield louisiana lafayette was built in nineteen seventy one so that's why they had to ship the chair down and the the dental chair is easily fit into the press box so this kind of re bring it full circle here right dole pay the athletes don't do that. There's not enough money for that but to who rent or purchase and ship a dental chair by air to louisiana so hugh freeze can coach from it. We got money for that project for that. What about face time. That's a good one till oh yeah it could just be at home on account yeah i mean or however he hooked up that press conference last video conference assistant coach delegate delegate delegate. It's not that that's what a good head. Coach does is delegate. Oh my gosh or wait. A minute have have the all the scripts for the final season of modern family been completed <hes> no okay how about coach cam next episode is coach. Coach is a coach cam episodes okay well that was already in the later on this season. Maybe the final coach cam your coaching from a hospital bed or from a <hes> dental chair because you refused to delegate to your assistant coaches up like ripped straight from the hubris of this is a classic example have modern family done this. I people point like the dumbest storyline i've ever seen in my life. It's like no no. This is real hugh freeze. Everybody everybody. You have one other item over there. Well i saw when i saw patricia. Riding around on a four wheeler was hurt. I was like what's this guy. This is is not setting a good example for big guys walk around a little bit and then i saw he was hurt. I was like okay. I tell you respected. His big loved it. He'll sick looking him driving around on it. Oh man this has been a blast man. Always a black you for coming for today's red friday in kansas city which is is a cool tradition in kansas city. The whole town turns red <hes> fountains in kansas city. No kansas city has more boulevards than paris and more fountains than rome true story. They did not know that google it on it more and we turn our fountains read the hunts are they're going all over the place in in <hes> a great tradition and i brought this flag. Oh look at this. This is jeff read friday flag. I'm going to keep it. It's also upside down on in nineteen sixty. Two thousand sixty season stress football do.

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"stonestreet" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"stonestreet" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Yes san trump's comments. I just wanted to get in there and get out and make it an insane with the release of it. I just i wanted to. I wanted it out a little church sooner than it was out but it's out now and then i just wanna win games i just i just wanted to do something fun fund and i was so thankful grateful that breath let me tell you something right now. She's fans. You're allowed to have brett beach the g._m. The g._m. Breviary is a great greatly. I give you the floor here so because again you have some inside information or inside just about how how i told him the other. I'm talking to you on the phone the general manager of my my favorite sports franchise ever and he's not like i didn't know tyreek signed his like. I learned that from like everybody else. I'm not an i don't want that pressure of knowing that kind of stuff wouldn't wouldn't ask for it but just the fact i told him i said the fact that i'm as a forty something year old man general manager of the kansas city chiefs it is a dream come true like i can't explain how much it means to me to have them. Give me that access in that moment. You live your best life eric stonestreet because you your your buddy with the the goods well. It's the komo roger knew all about this video. I sent him right after i did and he was like whenever the commissioner updates on the on the set of randy absolutely was he and he asked me for. He's like what's going on with randy read and i said i'm on it's happening. It's happening swear her. Swear 'cause here's. Here's the thing that speaks to andy. Reid is everyone loves andy reid that has nothing to do with me that has to do with the fact that i got go in and celebrate. Our head coach who everyone loves while this is it. Don't you think this is it for for andy. This is a chance for sure visit shit. I mean it's time look for andy. Reid have the they have the defending m._v._p. Who i believe is going to be the first back-to-back m._v._p. Since peyton manning i believe in love you rich. I truly believe it. They have a dynamic offense. We just named pretty. We even mentioned sammy me walk ins. We even mentioned his name. Sammy watkins is healthy yeah. He is studying mentioned the line. When i know you love your your video hodak. I know okay and you. Also you know they got. They've got the defense. We have the defense so this clark is an animal. Christians is an animal those guys up front derek naughty. <hes> unfortunately berlin speaks <hes> this year we got <hes> tano. Who's tunnel paseo is a huge dude and then you got <hes> oakland for that's what i'm saying..

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"stonestreet" Discussed on Ellen on the Go

Ellen on the Go

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"stonestreet" Discussed on Ellen on the Go

"Go get it in the gal Andy. This is up your alley. The automatic pain cake maker this perfect. Sounds amazing. It's like two minutes. A lot of time. Like I don't have time to eat that sounds like a great thing. How are Stonestreet eyebrows? Andy, here's a nice eyebrow does. Yeah. A bad eyebrow. Okay. Well, I think. Because he comes from a pretty hirsute family lineage. He was he was on the show. Yes. And he played a really fun game. What wasn't Andy something with food be more specific? Trying to think it was where he put his face down. It wasn't it wasn't. He didn't have anyone on his back. So it wasn't our taste buds wasn't tastebuds. It was licked the plate. I think. We don't have favors you came with. I'm blanking right now. The point is really Stonestreet Smith. Here's what I love you blank. But it doesn't stop you from talking. Well, I have to sound like I know what I'm talking about. It's my podcast. And he just likes to fill the sound of silence with a little noise. So Eric Stonestreet, good. Friend of yours press shopping was shopping what we're talking about. Well. Shopping. Yeah. When he ran into our prank. Would you read the billboard for this episode of the podcast? You yourself read Eric Stonestreet, pranks girlfriend. Well, that here it's not great. It's that I read, what I'm told he didn't sound too..

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They faced down the tanks in Tiananmen Square. Now they want their children to forget it

The BreakPoint Podcast

04:45 min | 2 years ago

They faced down the tanks in Tiananmen Square. Now they want their children to forget it

"Thirty years ago. The Chinese government brutally crushed protests in Beijing's Tiananmen Square thirty years later, many have forgotten the deadly truth about communism for the Colson center. I'm John Stonestreet. This is break point for two months in one thousand nine hundred nine students gathered in TNN square demanding political reforms, analogous to the economic reforms instituted by then chairman, dang Xiaoping after some initial indecision, the communist party decided to crack down on may twentieth. The government declared martial law. Moved two hundred and fifty thousand troops into Beijing on June. Third state run television warned Beijing residents to stay inside the next day, the army advanced towards Tiananmen Square protesters attempted to impede the army's advance and destroyed more than one hundred military vehicles and damaged nearly five hundred others, but ultimately resistance would prove to be futile, trucks, and armored personnel carriers. Join tanks and attack helicopters. The army's principal target was a ten meter tall statue dubbed. The god. Of democracy, which was erected by the students and bore a more than passing resemblance to the statue of liberty after first firing warning shots. The troops fired directly on the protesters estimates of the death toll range widely from hundreds to thousands and addition at least sixteen hundred people were arrested many imprisoned for more than two decades and others who were never seen again. The message from the communist party was clear to be rich might be as den once put it glorious, but forget about being free the events of June one thousand nine hundred nine make clear that the communist party was determined to retain, complete political, and social control will given this history with this regime. No one should be surprised at the recent crackdown on Chinese Christians and Muslims leaguers. But what is surprising is how many Chinese today are untroubled by the events of June hundred eighty nine even worse, the authors of a recent article in the Washington Post described a popular nostalgia for? Maza Dong mouse rule was among the most brutal in all of history. This is the Mao whose attempt to industrialize and collectivize China virtually overnight called the great leap forward killed at least forty five million people. This is the Mao who's great proletarian cultural revolution. Attempted to purge Chinese society of capitalism, traditional elements by killing between five hundred thousand and three million people and selling countless more into internal exile. Among its victims were the father and aunt of current leaders using thing who committed suicide as a result of being persecuted, the tragic irony is that any doubt from ou- only helps legitimize the authoritarianism and oppression. Now, expanding under g how can we make sense of this, selective and misguided historical memory will most of the nostalgic are too young to have personally, experienced mouse rule even more, they haven't been taught the truth about our TNN men and approved or state run schools. Of course that same thing. Can't be said a bus in the west who's a memory is often just as selective and just as wrong when it comes to communism writer, Cathy young who lived in the USSR until she was seventeen describes what she calls Kami chic now. She's not referring to Soviet apologised or sympathizers prior to nineteen Ninety-one. She's talking about the two thousand eighteen teen vogue article that urged readers to use. Karl Marx's ideas to understand how Donald Trump was elected president. She's referring to a two thousand seventeen New York Times op Ed insisting that women had better sex in communist east, Germany, or one, hard left publication that recently tweeted for all the Soviet Union's many faults by traversing. It's vast architectural landscape. We get a glimpse of what a built environment for the many not the few could look like. Now, if all we knew about communism where it's histories of oppression and mass murderer that should be enough to disavow us of any nostalgia for it as the authors of the black book of communism wrote communist regimes turned mass. Crime into a full blown system of government. The result was one hundred million plus debts including the martyrs of Tiananmen Square. But that tweet itself about building environments, for the many, not the few tells us all we need to know about the flawed worldview that undergirds this great historical evil to a communist, but society is always more important than the individual individuals must be sacrificed for the utopian and fantastical greater good that lies somewhere in the future, and always just beyond reach whenever it's tried in the past or in the future. This fatal flaw will leave fatalities because bad ideas have victims, the history of communism. Like it's worldview is neither glorious nor worthy of nostalgia

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"stonestreet" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"stonestreet" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"But with Brett being as aggressive as he is like we're talking about here. GM and Andy in, you know, the president, Mark Clark, just let's go. Let's go. Let's go do it. Well, I'll tell you, you know you were there when you were you were hanging out at the NFL network that against and they the week, they played the ravens the wheel where you thought it was all over its fourth in ten and Mahomes, just ran around and flung it near and and, and converted. And I took a picture of you in that moment. And you, you did not move from your from the from your look of resignation that you had pre snap. It's amazing, like look, it's, it's, it's very exciting for me. And I just I just want I just want I lived up to his potential in the chiefs live up to their potential and just go for it. And you know, let's talk about secret life of pets, two theaters near you. Almost. It's up to you. Love having you here before we talk about the movie a little bit. I want to talk about the photographs that I saw on your Instagram aid at Eric Stonestreet. It's, it's great. You gotta follow him on Twitter as well. That's you with Harrison Ford matching hair who is in this film, was this the first time you you've met him. Yeah. First time I've ever met him. First time I think I've ever been even near him. Can't think of another reason I would have ever been in a room or an area with Harrison Ford. But that's like, I'm sorry. But that is meeting a movie star. Like we don't have that necessarily. That's like meeting Gregory Peck fifty years ago. Right. That's my girlfriend meeting him. Yeah. And that's Chris mellowed. Andrea, the elimination guy that's in the striped shirt. Talking about. Well, I just Chris, I asked, Chris millet Andrea to introduce me and, you know, in Harrison said, I've seen your show, and you guys are really great in this movie, and then we talked for a little bit. And I just said that I can officially check this, this moment off my list, and I appreciate appreciate it. Now. What would you have wanted him to say more that he watched modern family and appreciated what you were doing? And that you're great in this movie or just started talking about the chiefs with his daughter fan as anything else, like what would that want Harrison Ford's admiration? I mean any actor would love to have a compliment from Harrison Ford. So I would say there. I mean he's never going to make me more of a chief's fan going. But just the fact that you could just chop it up like that with him. Yeah. That would be not happen. No, he's on a different plane. He's not talking about Kelsey Snell. Sure. No, no, no, no, no. I have had moments like that where I've met people that I really admire and look up to, and then we could talk about something that I'm really passionate about whether that'd be food, or she got an example avenue or I'll think about it. We have more segments, right with. Z. And so for on Dana Carvey is in this Nick army. Never met him before. What a great guy. So. Nice it was his birthday yesterday cake. And it just was the big pile look like dog poop hilarious. I mean, exactly the, the cake, you run around with Kevin Hart to oh my God. Yeah. You got video that I have hounded him in hounded him, and hounded him on my Instagram. People can see that. It's a really funny position. Do you talk football with him? I know he's a diehard Phillies affiliate guy or a guy, we never really talked that much. Because you might have a love of Andy Reid in common. We buy. I think Philly's or the Philadelphia people are happy with our other the other chiefs coach..

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4 of Top 5 Highest-Paid TV Actors Hail From One Show

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

00:48 sec | 2 years ago

4 of Top 5 Highest-Paid TV Actors Hail From One Show

"The highest paid TV actors seem to know each other. Well, as we hear from USA radio's Chris Barnes, the male stars of the sitcom big bang theory. Taking over the Forbes two thousand eighteen list of highest paid TV actors. In fact, they are first second third and fourth respectively there, Richie rich rich. So how much is that Jim Parsons coming in? I taking twenty six and a half million dollars followed by Johnny galaxy was twenty five million. And then right behind their co stars. They are and Simon Helberg tied for third at twenty three and a half million a year. The rest of the list includes Andrew Lincoln from the Walking Dead. Mark Harmon of NCIS and modern family stars Tiber L, Jesse Ferguson, Eric Stonestreet and Ed O'Neill

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"stonestreet" Discussed on The BreakPoint Podcast

The BreakPoint Podcast

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"stonestreet" Discussed on The BreakPoint Podcast

"Of great books and other resources and you can link up to our social media sites like facebook and twitter stetzer here with john stonestreet with breakpoint this week john we've been talking about well patriotism in america and of course people listening around the world theropod gas glad to have them as well but you know also to were in a season and a time in our country we're trying to figure out as a nation what we believe about certain things most of culture has shifted around issues of marriage and morality right now one of the big discussions is well isn't around transgendered people and one of the recent conversations that has been birthed by this is a really stunning article in the atlantic magazine which you sent to me let's talk a little bit about it well no it is a stunning piece and a lot of people noted that it was a stunning piece mainly because it's the first thing that i can remember at least since the revolution happened if we wanna put it that way in which a in a major publication mainstream really the atlantic would be you know a centreleft publication i think is fair to say the article is called wind children's say they're trans by jesse single come to breakpoint dot org click on the link there on the homepage it says resources mission on the radio and podcasts you gotta read this article i've been telling people about it since i first saw it now it's in the july august issue but it was published actually in late june online here's why it's stunning is that the first time that i can remember in a mainstream leftleaning publication since quote unquote the revolution happened what i mean by that is just since this has moved from being really what you might say is unthinkable to unquestionable culturally speaking in which a major publication basically says that are idiot when it comes to train gender ism has outpaced our science and that we are pushing perhaps children too soon to do things that are maybe not permanent transition activities but but nearly permanent puberty blockers things like that it actually acknowledged the existence of de transitions which i cannot actually remember at a major publication acknowledging and that's that's one of the things that's happened in the whole lgbt movement is that there are legitimate stories of people who one time identified as same sex attracted now we're married with children to someone of the opposite sex or people who have transitioned because of their transgender feelings transitioning back is like these people don't even exist that's one.

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"stonestreet" Discussed on The Ralph Report

The Ralph Report

04:11 min | 3 years ago

"stonestreet" Discussed on The Ralph Report

"Shows this week however i did wanna leave you in the lurch with nothing for your ears so i put together some prerecorded little mini shows all week long you'd have a little taste of the row report for i come back on july second with all brand new shows today's show is a best of moment where i think of all the celebrity interviews i've done and i have been incredibly lucky ton of great people have come to my rescue and been willing to sit down with me for an hour or so and talk about their lives and careers but this was the one interview we probably got most feedback on and all of it was positive and i think largely because eric stonestreet and myself did this interview over a bottle of bourbon and what started off innocently enough as a couple of drinks while we talked continued on after the recorder was turned off and we went well into the evening and there was much rejoicing but the interview itself is it's funny it's honest it's open and you can hear us get increasingly more buzzed as the interview goes on i'm not gonna play the whole thing for you today that's available of course if you are a two star general or above in the garment but this is just a little taste a little best of moment for those of you who may not have heard the interview with eric stonestreet who of course plays cam on modern family here's the two of us talking and it includes the legendary pete laycock argument you'll know what i'm talking about when you get to that part of today's interview snippet with me and eric stonestreet what are the biggest or funniest midst misconceptions or most absurd rumors you've ever heard about yourself well a rumor that i heard about myself once that i didn't deny was that dated charlie staring i remember that one you may not remember what you called me out on the radio about that yes because i said i said well this is obviously this is ridiculous this this is absurd this jerk and you literally called in to complain about the fact that i said people are just putting putting people together that rumor i was like sure you were yes that came from one picture at the white house correspondents dinner i have no idea where it came from it it's a great example that your listeners can use look at as far as how what extents are people in publishers of salacious magazines will go to to create content needs stories many need stories and it's it was driven from one picture and i'll never forget i was at the night before emmys party and i get a text from billy bush he goes stonestreet is it true and i was like whoa is what true oh my god what what is what true fact that billy bush has your number and you guys know each other that creeps madel a little bit so he texted me and said is it true and i was like again this was like six seven years ago right right and he he sends me the link and i'm like oh my god i'm showing everyone i'm like this data charlie's in the next day was the emmys so the next day i had to deal with questions on the red carpet are you dating charlotte's there and i was like you know i just out of respect to halle berry i don't want to answer this these he's eker gave me that line i was like i need a line for the red carpet damning please and he goes respective halle berry i spec leaser vector privacy although charlie's i know her a little bit and she probably would have been game to go along with you probably would have shown he's amazing she's best per one of the best people so sweet and and and also what's funny is what that article didn't know is there was a picture of us take it at the white house correspondent center but then we randomly ran into each other three more two more times after that we did an episode assessing street that we were there the same day we did something else so it was kinda weird that we had been around each other oddly three times but no that was that was a good one and then also a personal one that you'll love is that i was at a dinner table one time in his you know people love to talk about.

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"stonestreet" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"stonestreet" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Will forte rob riggle david kempner eric stonestreet mitchell schwartz charlie day adam devine and the two guys are sitting here to my left paul rudd and the man who has signed is world series nineteen eightyfive hat that he wore when he was here in game six bret saberhagen thanks for you guys being really wanna preach saying that you got it so he signed your hat home i mean how about that i know saberhagen sign hat unbelievable what unbelievable what if i told that young man who was up a third base line that he would be he's got he's sign a bully i would've said who are you that's rich as and why are you talking to me and mom in ease assign a bowling pin because he beat me and bowling last year i had a really really good good lead on them yeah and i think last four four frames all strikes had a around is like how did that just happen it was the fluky fluke total fluke look i had for some crazy reason a really good game bowling which i never do is a weird thing and you very on it'll happen turned it on why do you think there's all these strikeouts in baseball everybody wants to hit hit home runs you know his funny i remember steve l bony i think own yeah the gentle giants you know when i was playing with him i think he led the league maybe once or maybe twice and he hated it i mean he had like one hundred hundred ten strikeouts i think he led the league one year and a hundred ten strikeouts and now they've got one hundred ten strikeouts by the break and it's i just don't get i could probably be a strikeout pitcher now it is instead of more of a control pitcher i think part of it's the shift to that everybody's trying to hit it over and and and not into it and and pitchers no it and they throw faster and they can throw.

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"stonestreet" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"stonestreet" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Corn bread is not anything in wonder white bread is what you want and kansas city so beans cut cut coal cut corn bread what was the other one mac and cheese mac and cheese will bench that this should have been coleslaw beans and cries i cannot read the last one because if you're a pissed about the way that the barbecue stuff that you you just just have have to to bring it on you guys started this let's start bench cut for stonestreet what most iconic clown crusty sposa pennywise oh you sucker you had to go there why did he just put john wayne gates up there and make me walk out of this studio you wanted to didn't you bozo bench and crusty cutting pennywise unbelievable unbelievable hey what do you wanna talk we're done we'll see you have coming they ended the show let's feel free to stay if you wanna stay let's stick around one more gosh i'm glad he's not leaving giving some more lists yes by another we've got another another commercial break to squeeze out another start bench cut eric stonestreet here on the rich eisen show back with more in a moment hello guys fighter shale senate check out my podcast you're welcome with chaleston and every wednesday and friday right here at podcast one we cover the latest in mixed martial arts and everything else going on in the world of sport listen free to your welcome with jail son and exclusively available on apple podcasts at podcast one dot com and on the podcast one app if you love the show share with a friend and leave us a rating and review.

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"stonestreet" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"stonestreet" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"No that's that's that's i made that request last year when we finish when i saw him andrew going back and forth i loved it i thought it was fantastic i'm hoping that brings them back to announce their guesses the second or third round i mean we got i mean we gotta get fair balance the championship absolute troy thanks for taking the time really appreciate it we'll try to anchor having always troy vincent nfl executive vice president last talk about we'll talk about it with stonestreet he's on the callaway corner right now putting for all the marbles right now i've never seen eight galls lined up like that this fantastic modern family emmy award winner two times over eric stonestreet jars it jars it when we come back we'll talk kansas state kansas city chiefs modern family and yes clown makeup ing for chris brockman it's four years in a row it's unbelievable the chance i don't lose that's not true it's more than dumb and dumber chance we're back with eric stonestreet here in a moment on the rich eisen show notice how i stopped on the make let's talk blue apron people it is the leading meal kit delivery service in the united states of america and while people know what blue apron's all about many don't know about the types of meals you can get when you cook with blue apron like quick bucatini with brock lenient peck arena cheese and a talion style shrimp and sweet pepper come on now and every single time i go to the blue apron website and check out all the menus and order them up and in the box comes to the house it really is like a holiday when my kids get to open the box with the and see all the ingredients neatly packed and see all the menus that are so easy to follow my kids can't do it twelve new recipes each week what blue apron offers customers can pick two three four recipes based on whatever fits their schedule and they only send non gmo ingredients and meet with no added hormones your family.

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"stonestreet" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"stonestreet" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"All right i mean you could put him at twenty and put brady up to three peyton manning does not belong at number three on any list any list the most dominant athletes over any time period peyton manning does not deserve to be number three on it as other has as many super bowls joke the joke a joke it's a joke yes number three is a choke a texter writes in your really mincing words right now really yeah we thought it'd be funny here on a tuesday to get derailed by list talk and then mince words talk making it even worse than the list talk at list radio talk is terrible minced word talk is worse way tc how bad it gets next wow that was a dad segment unfortunately we're going to bring in a professional comedian to bail us out airi'q stonestreet of modern family gonna join us all we're going to do giggle that our looks like tournament team let's put together most dominant teams last twenty years the warriors at the top of the list yeah you see the heat anywhere the broadway bosch about it could it be right now are too i'm under evens donlevatar gordon nelson ahead a goose egg unbelievable what are the odds money in the bank that guy normally best nelson's ricky nelson sixty stugatz hands up if you remember ozzie and harriet but em up vc's libertas show with this two guys on espn radio espn radio is presented by progressive insurance guests on the dan lebatardshow appear via the shell pennzoil performance line our friend eric stonestreet see your friend yes feel like he's a friend he's gonna be on that shell pennzoil performance line and just a second year get the feeling of being rewarded with gold status at shell with the fuel rewards program download the fuel rewards app join and start saving five cents a gallon today here's your sportscenter update us olympia in ryan denardo made his nhl debut with bruins going to goal and notching two and says the red sox and yankees may potentially play a twogame series in london i'm finally.

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"stonestreet" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"stonestreet" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"You just secrets out i don't blame anyone chest how it's happening it just how it it it's just how it is so i guess one of the kids what are the main things i'm surprised there's is much molestation going on as there is with kids inability to keep a secret super save you said didn't italia luck um i let you ride on the back of the scooter with daddy through the pets you know at the at the track you know no helmet or anything and we had a fun time right right now if you tell mommy that i let you ride on the back of a scooter through the pets with daddy and no helmet she's not gonna let you come to the race anymore so for years sake and for my sake let's just keep this our little secret of what you serves us tweeting about it yes point is this she would tell her mom eased since second i got out again how much how can research molestation going on with this this gene that kids don't let's not being able to get another lawyer running cigarettes it's it be impossible for sunny to go hang out with his little ten year old friends at not find out about this basketball game today and if part of the threat was don't tell me winter will hurt your dajing run even faster all done done ari barracks eric stonestreet is out there excited to have him an well what about troop car man msrp you might know that stands for who's it mean same goes for invoice list price dealer price it's confusing right.

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"stonestreet" Discussed on The BreakPoint Podcast

The BreakPoint Podcast

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"stonestreet" Discussed on The BreakPoint Podcast

"God's family we use the phrase children of god so often it's lost much of its power mystery but packer writes that christians are children of god in a unique way packer calls the concept of adoption the highest privilege of salvation better even than being forgiven of sinn you see the bible teaches that human beings are by nature outside of god's family born as what the new testament cause children of wrath we have no claim to the mercies of god and yet he chooses to adopt us to welcome us into his household we have the privilege and the right alongside his son jesus christ to inherit all good things and adoption rights packer gone takes us into his family and fellowship he establishes as his children and airs closeness affection and generosity are at the heart of the relationship to be right with god the judges a great thing but to be loved and cared for by god the father is greater and romans aid the apostle paul beautifully rights that those who are led by the spirit of god our children of god having received the spirit of adoption as sons by whom we cry arbor father now what all this means is that christian parents like miranda daniel peri aren't just doing a good thing by adopting they're acting out the gospel itself bringing children who may be outside the household of faith into the warmth of god's family is through adoption that little ones like lydia not only experience what it is to have an earthly mom and dad but also to have an early picture of what it means to have a heavenly father again come to breakpointor click on this commentary and will link you to this incredible video and please share it widely for breakpoint i'm john stonestreet.

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"stonestreet" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"stonestreet" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"You change your mind about homosexuality because you meet a friendly an intelligent gay person you've he's probably weren't based on a biblical theology of marriage to begin with feelings are no substitute for an inform christian worldview a samuel james pointed out at first things every single one of our christian convictions whether on sexuality being kind our enemies abortion god hate lustre the meaning of life relief intially collide with real life after the fall there's no safe corner of the christian story that's completely intuitive or unfailingly neighborly he writes every claim of the gospel can and will places in conflict with unbelievers especially in this cultural moment the attempt to avoid all offense only leaves us in doctrinal noman'sland landt and finally this isn't as some have claimed a side issue or something christians can just quote agree to disagree on for god creating us male and female and ordering marriage toward procreation to jesus reaffirmation of natural marriage matthew nineteen to pulse clear language in his epistles to the mayor except for the lam not to mention the way the old test admit dealt with sexual alloting sexual send the bible consistently and unambiguously teaches one view of human sexuality marriages so thoroughly woven into the story of redemption any attempt to alter it distorts the gospel supplies join me in praying that peterson would continue to reaffirm the biblical teaching for the right reasons and let's continue to pray four and call for renewed determination and the church to stand on the solid rock of god's word for breakpoint i'm john stonestreet vogel.

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"stonestreet" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

02:20 min | 4 years ago

"stonestreet" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"Here's john stonestreet with breakpoint in an interview with religion new services jonathan merit eugene peterson the author of the message as well as several other pastoral books announced not only that he did not think homosexuality was wrong but that he would if asked officiate samesex marriage i know a lot of people who are gay and lesbian peterson said and they seemed to have as good a spiritual life as i do now to responses to this news are particularly unhelpful the first is typified by a christian satire peace with the title three people shocked is eugene peterson comes out in favour of samesex relationships now of course if you run at the logical circles were peterson and his paraphrase of scripture aren't regarded high riley then maybe this didn't surprise you i get it i'm not a fan of the message either though i found many of his other books to be quite good but for millions of orthodox believers who cherish petersen's work and grew in their faith as a result this is a real below the second unhelpful responses the one coming from progressives celebrating peterson socog nld evolution on samesex relationships this group is exaggerating the importance of this news with one even calling peterson a quote cornerstone of evangelical theology and pastoral ministry look peterson's popular he saw plenty of books but that doesn't make him a cornerstone of evangelical theology the fact that so many outside the church and even inside now equate popularity with importance is a major problem in and of itself with some have rightly called a crisis of authority so how should we respond to this sad news where there is at least four thanks to remember i when popular authors like peterson embrace gay theology it gives the impression that there's a bigger shift happening in american christianity then there really is but as my breakpoint this week coast ed stitcher wrote last year in christianity today most evangelical denominations in groups are staking out very clear positions on the orthodox biblical view of sex marriage rumors of the even jelko church cave antigay theology much less the larger body of christians in the world are greatly exaggerated second this news hits hardest for christians who struggle with samesex attracted especially those folks who deeply believe with the scripture teaches about sex marriage and have committed to obedience in spite of their feelings as one christian young man who.

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