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"ten commandments" Discussed on The Sunday Scaries Podcast

The Sunday Scaries Podcast

03:52 min | 3 months ago

"ten commandments" Discussed on The Sunday Scaries Podcast

"Are they going to judge me. For using too many commas. I found myself stuck in the paralysis by analysis mode. I felt good about what i was doing. That is unless i imagine someone close to me reading my creative outlet. It wasn't until i had a late meeting with a co worker and friend of mine where she told me. Well i think this is really good. I think you could really take this somewhere. It was a heartfelt response that i needed in order to take the dive and actually feel comfortable with what i was doing and as the blog began to pick up a little bit of steam. I found myself caring less and less about what outsiders thought my thinking was that. As long as i was creatively fulfilled. Everything else could fall by the wayside and when it comes to writing drawing painting really anything creative. There's always a gray when it comes to thinking that something's finished or perfect. When i was in seventh grade. I got a c plus on a drawing of shoe art class because i decided i to keep it black and white rather than actually colored in with the pastels that were in front of us. It's not finished. Which is why you got that great. I remember my teacher explaining to me. But i looked at the black plumage soccer shoe that i drew. I couldn't help but think to myself. I mean it looks pretty finished me in my eyes. It was pretty perfect and this concept is always resonated with me. Since that day on sunday scary it was the fear that people would judge me for the half baked ideas. I was writing about when i worked for post grad problems. It was the fear that i would have a glaring grammatical error in my or someone else's column that i edited and everything else in life it was simply wondering if a job could ever be truly well done if it wasn't completely finished or perfect or in this case it wasn't considered to be done perfectly which i put in quotes because nothing can actually be perfect in most cases recently someone asked me about how go about writing on days when i simply didn't feel like writing for a lot of writers. There shouldn't be a huge concern unless there's a deadline looming for me. It was a concern of mine for nearly five years. Because i worked as a fulltime writer and editor the only advice that i can get to someone. Who's in that position. One of writer's block is that sometimes you just have to sit down and see what comes out. You may not use it. You may read it and end up hating it. You may scrap ninety percent of it only be left with remnants of something that was never really all that great in the first place. But even if you're left with that ten percent you're still further along in the process and you would have been had you never tried in the first place. Despite what you learned in middle school there are very few things in life that can be considered finished especially with the expectation of perfect. When it comes into the mix had. I convince myself that a blog about hangovers and hangover cures is going to be the next great american novel. I likely never would have kept going. Had i colored in that puma soccer shoe and got another my project. I probably never would remember drawing that in the first place or never even thought about this concept and had i abandoned every project. I didn't knock out of the park. I likely wouldn't be as fulfilled as i am today the tasks we do every day. Become personal to us. We do these tasks most of them unsupervised because we are the deciders of when they're done and when they're not sometimes it's the smallest taking close out of the dryer. That could use a few extra minutes to get the wrinkles out other times. It's throwing caution to the wind impressing submit on a paper that were simply overwriting. But when you can put something behind you whether it's perfect or not. That sense of accomplishment overrides any lingering. What if that you may have. We can always take more time to do things that mean something to us.

"ten commandments" Discussed on The Sunday Scaries Podcast

The Sunday Scaries Podcast

01:43 min | 3 months ago

"ten commandments" Discussed on The Sunday Scaries Podcast

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"ten commandments" Discussed on The Sunday Scaries Podcast

The Sunday Scaries Podcast

05:38 min | 3 months ago

"ten commandments" Discussed on The Sunday Scaries Podcast

"You guys smell that. It's the fresh cut lawn in anticipation for the big party. It's the flowers you walk into. The venue is the champagne getting ported. The fluids for cocktail hour and after a year of waiting. That's right wedding. Season is finally back. Of course we're all bid out of season ourselves. Some of us may not fit into our tuxes others no longer have a tolerance for alcohol and of course some of us some of us just may be so excited that we unintentionally take things too far in that. My friends is why. I have the ten commandments of wedding season. Right here for you. Our first one thou- show. Rsvp in a timely manner. I definitely used to be this guy. I would give my invitation. Think oh they definitely know i'm coming. They're not going to worry about it. And this was mainly an issue in my early to mid twenties. If you're getting one in the mail right now you have to. Rsvp immediately when you received the invite because if they come looking for you and you haven't done it yet. You know that you've messed up. They've got much bigger things to worry about getting your little. Rsvp in front of them are number two thou- shell overdress when in doubt dress it up. You don't go to full tuxedo if it's not explicitly black-tie but if you have any questions around your wardrobe especially as a guy who i'm mainly speaking to right now you just have to dress up a little bit more toss on that tie put in a pocket square. You can always take the tie off and you can always take your pockets. Where out of your pocket..

"ten commandments" Discussed on The Sunday Scaries Podcast

The Sunday Scaries Podcast

02:45 min | 3 months ago

"ten commandments" Discussed on The Sunday Scaries Podcast

"Wait is that a little too much to be flexing right now but if we can learn any anything from the beauty that is martha stewart's personal instagram account. That sometimes you have to pat yourself on the back for earning the things. You deserve the new sexual. She's installed in her pool house that she finally has a comfortable place to sit in her new terrace in maine with freshly planted foliage all around even her hand embroidered. Cashmere sweaters with sains saints like. Let's get lit and sharpen your knives stitched on the sleeves. Sure we all get sick of our friend on the time. Line who always seems to not work for a living despite spending more money than god every weekend one moment they're branching at the most expensive restaurant in town the next there on a coastal italian vacation drinking all the process of the world has to offer but in a world full of people who has all the things that we want. There's something refreshing about seeing the world. Seventy eight year. Old grandmother unknowingly flexing on everyone. Like she's earned the right to do and as we enter the final month this summer. I think it's time we prop martha up to where she needs to be. Hot girl in white boy summers be damned this august. It's time to embrace hot martha summer. Because if we can't live vicariously through america's hostess who can we.

Prayers That Get Answered

Joyce Meyer Radio Podcast

02:03 min | 4 months ago

Prayers That Get Answered

"There's a period time in my life. Where i really didn't know that god could annoy somebody wearing denim. I mean you would have no more caught me up here in a pair of jeans. I thought god only anointed polyester went somewhere in the morning was so thick sliced with a knife and everybody on the platform looked like they hadn't been out of bed too long and i thought well i guess god doesn't care all that much it's our heart demands and i still think that we should do our best for god and i was talking to my son. Who's you know. He gets all that better than me. Because he's thirty five years younger than i am and i said well you should. You should do your best. You should dress your best for god and this is my best dressed up. you know. it's so silly to get into all that. What do we think. Moses looked like when he went up on the mountain to get the ten commandments. So i don't know john. The baptist certainly apparently was weird. I mean he wore camel's hair. Eight wild locust honey outta trees went around screaming at payback raped. I doubt that we could receive from him either. I mean this is. I have to look at things like this. Otherwise i can't get it. It's like i don't wanna just look at this and and not get anything out of it. I'm so glad i'm not like everybody else. I fast twice a week.

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The Naked Man Flees With Michael Zwaagstra

The Bible Says What!?

02:36 min | 7 months ago

The Naked Man Flees With Michael Zwaagstra

"Today. Special guest is author of the naked man flees michael's wag stra welcome to the show. Michael well thank you very much mike. It's a pleasure to be with. You appreciate you being on taking the time. So let's let's hear a little bit about that book. Naked man flees naked man flees while the the full book title. Is the man. Fli es timeless truths from obscure parts of the bible and seek to do in the book is to highlight forty obscure passages passages in the bible that christians and non christians alike ten dimiss With the bible and passages the tend not to have a lot of servants preached about them and to take a closer look at what these passages say in What possible meeting they might have to today. i've taught In addition to teaching public high school. I also teach a part time basis at stop five college. Which is our our local bible college here in steinbeck manitoba and i've found that You can never assume that christians know their bibles really well But a lot. Don't and i i know that on your show. One of the things that you say at the end is that you encourage people to pick up their bibles and read them and i agree. People should pick up the bible and actually read it because otherwise you're gonna miss a lot of important stuff that's in there actually. Yeah there's a lot of stuff in there. It's pretty interesting for sure. Chapter two for instance you talk about one of my favorite will if it's my favorite but it's definitely one of the stories that are in there The the moses and y'all we meeting them at the lodging place and he's about to kill him mad. That is such a strange story. It makes a stranger because it's just kind of thrown in there you know you're you're reading the story then all of a sudden this happens and it goes right back to where left off so it's yeah it's it's a strange one and it's one that a lot of people A lot of christians miss and one of the reasons that we miss it is that it doesn't make it into any of the popular movies. It's not in charlton. Heston the ten commandments does make it into prince of egypt and the exact. Yeah go figure. I'll read the la read. The exact passage is chapter four versus twenty four to twenty six at a lodging place on the way the lord met him. That's moses and sought to put him to death then sapporo took a flint and cut off her son's foreskin. Touched moses beat with it and said surely you are a bridegroom of blood to me. So he left him alone It was then that she said a bridegroom of blood because of the circumcision.

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The Sabbath: What is It's Purpose?

Living the Freedom Life

03:24 min | 7 months ago

The Sabbath: What is It's Purpose?

"I was setting up a new calendar for our practice and in the settings at asked me if i wanted sunday or monday to be the first day of the week. A lot of habit. We usually set our calendars up by starting on sunday. But we usually wrap up sunday in our mind with the weekend. It's bundled up in the same lot or at least i have just using the word weekends suggests that sunday is the last day the week and not the first. This is kind of confusing. And who is the author of confusion. you see. The sabbath made it in the top ten list. You know the ten commandments over an a twenty and again in deuteronomy five so they must be pretty important right. Well then it dawned on me even before that adams first day was sabbath. Okay so now. I know it has to be important. The order was already established at the beginning for adam. It was rest then work. He didn't hit the ground running. Like we're supposed to do in the workplace. It was like he was born into grace. It was his inherited rhythm of life. This is just how things are how they work. This is how it goes. Be with god then. Go do with god. That's it right at the beginning. God was saying this is how we're gonna roll. Truth is we're living documents of what god has done and is doing in every way we were made for sabbath. We needed to understand truth. We need it to assimilate we needed in order to catch up to process the days between sabbath. And here's the most important part of what is commonly believed about the sabbath. It's not a do nothing day. It's a catch up to life day. I'm not talking about going to the grocery store up on emails or yard work or even social media. It's reserved to give us an opportunity to catch up to our source of life and plug into that. Then maybe you've heard that the sabbath is designed to charge our batteries so that we can go out there and live life one. Put another metaphor to it. The sabbath is designed to keep our antennas connected that detect his guidance to live life. Now i can't use a wireless microphone antenna for television signal. It's not designed for that but we do have a specific antenna. He's given us for his kingdom and he's given us the power to live the freedom life we just have to plug into it to make. Sure it's connected. How many of you understand that. You can have an antenna but if it's not connected to the receiver it's just trash on your roof. Or as paul put it a clanging cymbal. Throughout history people miss the point of sabbath most tried to keep the sabbath commandment without even practicing the sabbath. They've missed the whole concept of why it's there.

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"ten commandments" Discussed on Feed My Sheep Christian Podcast

Feed My Sheep Christian Podcast

03:11 min | 8 months ago

"ten commandments" Discussed on Feed My Sheep Christian Podcast

"Welcome to defeat my sheep christian podcast in this episode. I would like to read to you. an article entitled the ten commandments of the us government. I found this article on the website of fem. Dot org so here. In the beginning it says source. Www dot huffman dash info dot com slash. Condit dot html. I i am the lord of the helmet. Bow shalt have no biblical god before me second commandment thou shalt not make unto the any but satanic images the which symbol of the city government and police department of salem massachusetts. The five pointed a colt pentagram of serious of the state religion of egypt emblem of the department of defense and our armed forces and the batch of us law enforcement at all levels the pyramid of pharaoh. Capped by the all seeing eye of horace emblazoned on the currency in the nomination in the denomination of one shekel third commandment thou shalt not take the name of god in vain. thou shalt not blasphemed the name of rabbi israeli zionism. Us government or any politician or agency first commitment remember the walmart sale on the sabbath day and keep it holy by spending seven days. Must thou labor that by thou shalt spend evermore fifth amendment honor thy son and my daughter. Neither spank nor say no to them. When they seek to consume the sex and violence that has dangled before them from every lawful venue by daughter shalt dress like cheap harlot from the age of eighteen onward and sunshine engage in bloody Video games likewise from his eighth year all of these are legal. And profitable seth lord sixth commandment thou shalt not kill the molester one hundred fifty children in his prison cell and thou shalt condemned the convict who executes molester lest such justice be encouraged and less to be known that the convict had greater common sense an honor than a legion of our judges seventh commandment thou shalt commit adultery televised and popularized throughout the land and broadcast into afghanistan and iraq that thereby the muslims shall be saved a share in our democracy and freedom eighth commandment thou shalt not steal from us for. We'd attest competition ninth commandment thou shalt indeed better false witness for by perjury. Our law is established tenth. Commandment covet thy neighbor's goods and the neighbor's wife for thereby the our order prosper..

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Dwane Haskins busted for maskless strip club visit

First & 10s

02:08 min | 10 months ago

Dwane Haskins busted for maskless strip club visit

"Let's get into our NFL news. And with that said the breaking news strip clubs and then getting cut from a team Amy. Who are we talking about Duane Haskins folks and not release that rookie season did not last very long at all boy. Did it not ever? Okay. You'll back the curtain. Let's talk about the strip club first before we go into the cutting. Here's the problem. He's now added to the list of players that can't stay away from the strip club. Apparently, he went to a strip club on a Sunday which is breaking up over data calls and is not breaking by Mortals. Are you supposed to not go to a strip club on a Sunday? That's what God Said, right? I mean, it's part of the Ten Commandments. Maybe I don't know they'll shalt not consume alcohol and before noon and attempt to strip club on a Sunday. I don't know that should be the men Commandments. Hey guys dead. Yeah, so, you know Adam to the strip club list, so they benched him on Sunday. And then apparently they just released his ass like just for the podcast right now. So look at us we're breaking news right here past and I mean not only did he get cut but then they are fighting him $40,000 for breaking protocols and going to the strip club without a mask. So you without a job and you gotta find yeah, that sucks. Terrible a $40,000 a day a lot of money. It is a lot of money and I mean, I'm sure he spent quite a bit at the strip club because that's what guys do right and women sometimes so I'm not trying to be sexist. But wow Amy you're so you know what? Yeah and me I know well, I mean life and most people but that's how many Flex I give exactly not any that's why we love Amy. Okay, so to just rule out everybody all the other Duane's this is not Dwayne Johnson dead. This is not Dwayne Harris. This is Dwayne Haskins house kids get out. If you didn't know he was he was the quarter. One of the quarterbacks has one of the quarterbacks for the Washington football

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5 Podcast Lessons From Mike Pence

Build A Big Podcast - Marketing Podcast For Podcasters

05:17 min | 1 year ago

5 Podcast Lessons From Mike Pence

"On this episode I'm talking about Mike Pence you know him as the vice president what you may not know is that Talk Radio That was what gave him the publicity that he needed to win elections before Talkradio he had attempted to get into politics with mixed results. After talk. Radio. The rest is history I. Want you to check this out. Listen to this bike pads with your take on an adultery no longer a big deal in Indiana and in America. And just love to know your thoughts because i. I for one believe the seventh commandment contained in the Ten Commandments is still a big deal. It's the most important promise you'll ever make. And Holding people accountable to those promises and holding people accountable to respecting the promises that other people make a to me what what could possibly be a bigger deal than that in this country. Yeah I know, right. It's a real irony considering who he's working under. But let's talk about what talk radio did for him because. It can do something similar to you. podcasting can do something similar to you. Talk Radio gave Mike, Pence a voice it got him in front of people. By the way it's been a while since done talk radio he did it from nineteen, ninety, four to nineteen, ninety nine. He started on a single station, but eventually was on dozens of stations. Once, he had that big audience and people knew he was not only who Mike Pence, who is Mike Pence, what he felt about issues such as that clip that I played for just a second ago. That is when he started to win elections I think the underlying element of that that's something that you have with your podcast is that radio gave him a perceived authority We don't think of our podcast is having that kind of influence or perception to people because we watched the sausage get made but a podcast is the same way because we watched the sausage get made we know what it takes to make a podcast. However to most people they're listening to you the same way listen to radio they're listening via their phones they're listening in their cars via Amazon. You may call it. Alexa. To the people who are listening. It is radio and people trust what they hear on the radio. They also trust what the your own podcast not as much. But if you sound good if you know how to speak if you're clear in your message, maybe like me, you've got a little compression on your voice they don't think about hearing. You not out of a broadcast tower they think is this guy clear? Is the sound compressed and does it sound great? Is it edited well is he speaking to something that I can agree with because let's face it when you're talking about right wing talk radio. Now, a lot of left-wing people listen to that you are preaching to the choir your podcast is no different. Your podcast is something that people are searching out. A say that I'm into biking I'M GONNA search for a podcast on biking. A person who's not in the biking one going to search for it. If they somehow find you, they're not interested in the topic. So they're not going to listen to you podcasts are self selecting as far as your audience. Let's take it back to Mike Pence he just had a big debate. He was on the biggest platform that he has ever been on in front of fifty million people at one time. Radio. Is What helped him to organize his thoughts? It helped him to vamp when he needed to. Let me explain van because you don't know what that is. It's a music term. You may have seen it done if you've got a live show. Dum Dum dum dum, did you do in the band will continue doing it for maybe a long extended period of time maybe the singer is introducing something or telling his story and the band behind him. Doon Doon Doon Doon to do or maybe there's a break in the middle where the singer is getting the crowd fired up. Let's see some lighters out there. That's vamp and vamp is also something that we do in radio or podcasting. That's when you take a topic and you go on and on and on about it. As long as you need to, we definitely saw that in the recent vice presidential debate. Pence took some topics. And he went on and saying the same thing over and over again until he was cut off. We also hijacking. We take control of a question that your ass. The moderator would ask him a question. He didn't care. He didn't even bother. Talk about whatever you wanted to. You wouldn't even slip about it, and maybe that's because he hasn't been on radio for twenty years. Maybe it's just because he wanted to talk about whatever he wanted to talk about I don't know. All I saw is it the moderator would ask him a question and he would completely ignore it. She should've been the one talk radio experience. She would have known how to deal with that. You certainly had guests like that. In Your podcast we've all had like that we ask a question. And they want to try to sell US something. We asked a question and they ignore the question we asked the question they changed the subject. You gotta be slick about that.

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The History Of Martin Micronius

5 Minutes in Church History

04:20 min | 1 year ago

The History Of Martin Micronius

"On this episode, five minutes in Church history. We are returning to the reformation and talking about a reformer that you might have never heard of before Martin Micronesia's he was born in fifteen, twenty, three engagement and Flanders when I hear the word gant or the place can't always think of the altarpiece that beautiful painting. So Martin Mike Kronius is Dutch. It appears that he was a medical doctor and studied medicine, and there's even testimony that he published medical works. But then he got intrigued by the reformation and became a reformer he studied at Basel at Strasbourg, and then in fifteen forty nine, he went to London there in London he became associated with John Alaska this was the Polish reformer who also ended up in London And he and Martin my Kronius and a few others were intent on establishing a little Geneva in London. This would be a place for a European reformers to be in. London, they were not Lutherans. Anglicans they were reformed and they were trying to carve out a place for themselves. Well, he lasco published a few works to help for the liturgy and in the work by Martin. Is was published in London in fifteen, fifty four. He says this on the Ministry of the word. No church gathering is ever held among us in which the church is not taught to some extent from God's word in order for it to be edified, admonished and comforted, and for very good reasons, the scriptures are not expounded in sermons on is located parentheses as in the practice among the papists. Instead we take some book of the Bible either from the old or the New Testament, and we expound it from the beginning to the end in all sermons. We successfully read from this book as much as can be edifying, -Ly and properly expounded and explained within one hour. If necessary the ministers of the word are also admonished not to go too much beyond the scope of their text in their preaching rather they should as much as possible take all their teaching admonishment exhortation rebuke in comfort from the present text. So there you have it, you stick with the text, but you also see that this sermon was an hour long. So these Dutch as we know are tough the service that he also was trying to get established. There at this church in London, we not only have the sermon. In fact, it would start off with a prayer prayer for elimination. Then there'd be the Lord's prayer. Then they'd read a psalm. Then they'd read a scripture that the sermon was from and then you'd have the sermon the hour long sermon. Then they would pray for strength and by that, they mean to live out the meaning of that sermon and to live out the application of that sermon. then. They would read the Decalogue, the Ten Commandments. Yes. Every Sunday reading through the Ten Commandments. Then there would be a brief admonishment related to the Ten Commandments. Then there would be a confession of sin than there would be a prayer of forgiveness and then there would be a warning to the impertinent those that were not willing to confess their sins. Then, they'd recite the apostles creed than there would be prayers for intercession of the congregation than the Lord's prayer. Then another psalm, then a- benediction and that was the service that Martin my Kronius was trying to establish there in. London. Well, all of these efforts came to a halt when Edward the six died and he was replaced by his half sister. Mary. And you know this is the time of Marian exiles and One of those exiles was Martin my Kronius he ended up in Norton in Germany, which is on the North Sea. while. He was there. He held some debates with Meno Simon's yes of the Mennonites and he also published his catechism in fifteen, fifty five in Dutch and it was there in Norton that he died fifteen, fifty nine well, that is Martin, my Kronius, the Dutch reformer in London.

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Character of God: God's Hot Nose

The Bible Project

07:38 min | 1 year ago

Character of God: God's Hot Nose

"Are two verses in Exodus Thirty, four verses six and seven were God proclaims about himself. Five attributes five characteristics that are fundamental to who got Bible is I two we discussed in the last two episodes. That God is compassionate. That is he cares for us like a mother cares for a child and secondly that God is gracious. That is that he sees in us in humanity something that's valuable and worth showing favour to even though we often prove the opposite. These first two characteristics kind of Nice and they give me warm fuzzies. Many people in our culture have a default belief that if they believe in God either want to believe or just do believe that he's charitable and generous and good that he has pathos in that way many people with there's a being Burnett Energy Permeating Compassionate and gracious and what they, what describing is a being with pathos who's moved the third attribute the one right at the center of the five. Is a bit different. God proclaimed about himself that he is slow to anger and actually. That isn't really inaccurate. Thank you tend to center because it's the only one that isn't positive as such or you could say it's a stating a secondary. It's addressing something about God about how God response the anger is not a basic attribute of God it's. Responsive pattern of God's behavior. In response the evil but actually it's thirty six can bring it around and say, but slow to anger. That's what's Court. Character slow? Tang. Which means that when he gets angry, it's measured strategic. It's for a certain reason. But why an angry God. At all I mean angry people. Are Scary. Angry people are fun to be around. Angry people cause problems right What anger means to us is different. What anger meant to ancient Israelites the associations with anger way that we even talk about anger now is different than our grandparents would have talked about anger a person who is truly good. We'll get angry sometimes. If you're familiar with the Bible, you'll know there are. Loads of stories and poems about God being angry. And not just you know a little frustrated we're talking lightsout hit the mat you're done cutting. And today we're GONNA look. At many of those passages. I'm just called this the problem of God's wrath for modern readers Bible. There are some narratives where God gets angry and then he acts in some way that's terrifying and with you start to stack up these stories and take them out of context, you can end up with a pretty distorted portrait of God. Because? What the God of the Bible wants us to see about him is that yes, he gets angry at evil and violence and human suffering. But what's core about his character is how he responds and that is with patients in with four sites that God is slow to anger joining us. Here we go. We'll hello today I have the pleasure once again to talk with to Bible scholars like usual Tim McKee, how you doing today today? Yeah Good Sunny Day, and also Chris Ikea. Hey. We've been together talking through five attributes of God that God describes himself with, and they come from a narrative in exodus chapter thirty, four God is talking with. Moses. On top of Mount Sinai, we talked in depth about the context of these verses and and we jumped into two of the five attributes today. The third attributes Tim, which is yes in Hebrew it's pronounced etiquette I am and it's translated in English traditionally as slow to anger those, we're going to see the actual Hebrew figure of speech used really fascinating. What means slow to anger, but it doesn't say slip anchor in Hebrew. You know these five character traits of God and exit thirty four six are arranged a little symmetrical mirror design. So the first two are pair we've talked about those Compassionate and Gracious. and. Then the last two are full of loyal love and faithfulness, and so those two pairs surround one character trait in the center that consists of two two words and slow to anger How important is that? This is a Cayenne and that sort of angers in the middle O- Well, it's cool. Because it just means. It reflects intentional design of the communication. It is interesting that the first two compassionate gracious our conceptual pair as well addressing in emotional response being deeply moved and then graciously being generous loyal love is important pair with faithfulness because they have to do with loyalty and reliability, and then this center one here think it's in the center because it's the only one that isn't positive as such. or you could say it stating secondary. It's addressing something about God about how God response say it this way? Yeah. In the four character traits godless is compassionate. Gracious, loyal, and faithful. But he does sometimes get angry and that is a reaction of God, it's not a part of his nature. It's something he reacts to and so fact that he has to be slow to anger marks. It s kind of than the others that's I don't know the. So I've thought about in the past I. Know You guys have any thoughts about that that make sense to me that anger is an attribute of God. It's a reaction. A reaction has a negative connotation to, but it's a response at times but Compassionate Gracious. Full of low eleven faithfulness. Those are maybe more how we think of attributes of a person or of God although in the Hebrew. And I know you'll talk about this. It's not stated as a negative necessarily. So at least there's something unique about this one that is a bit different than the others I wonder too. If it's at the center because of the surrounding narrative, maybe it's a main point in what's happening with Moses and the people more than the other words are really significant to in the narrative but maybe slow to anger really defines that God is deciding to hold back his response of anger in this moment, because the context of this narrative is that while God is working with Moses to secure this covenant what would you call it assist the Covenant Partnership Covenant Argument Yeah that the remainder of Israelites are abandoning it breaking the first of the ten commandments creating an idol. Yeah and if anything's GonNa make God a bit angry that would that would be one thing. and. So that's what you're saying Chris says that the context here is God is justified to be angry but right in the center of all these attributes, he points out the actually slow to anger.

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Show 32   Comedy Podcast..."It Was Her Idea" - burst 1

Standup Comedy "Your Host and MC"

01:27 min | 1 year ago

Show 32 Comedy Podcast..."It Was Her Idea" - burst 1

"To, be a woman in the nineties but I just think that we're getting advice from all the wrong people. I just finished my copy of speaks. Apparently, he takes to. Here's her advice. You ladies taking a shower open your mouth very well, I let the water rushes strike your deep it acts as a water pick. I get the by leading. My skirt. We must stop hurt. Again. You Got James Damore beautiful British actors from the loser non-commercials. Christmas. Only. WanNa smell like the garden. That moult. Living Romantically. Involved two men WANNA live. Romantically. Women answering for men. Gee How unusual. Why men don't know what they want they've never heard the sound of their own voice. God gave the Ten Commandments to. Choice would have thought. That's what he said. But I really don't.

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A God of Our Own Making

The Bible Project

03:12 min | 1 year ago

A God of Our Own Making

"The book of Exodus Chapter. Thirty four versus six and seven, and it goes Galway Galway a God compassionate and gracious slow to anger abounding and loyal love and faithfulness maintaining love for thousands forgiving iniquity rebellion and sin yet he does not leave the guilty unpunished bringer of iniquity to the children and their children to the third and fourth generation. Last week we looked at this. Tension in this verse how God is both slow to anger but also full of justice this week, we're going to unpack the narrative in which these verses are found. God has just rescued his people Israel from slavery, and now they're out in the Wilderness and God is establishing a covenant relationship with them at a mountain called Sinai and Moses goes up and down the mountains meet with God. Different Times mediating this Covenant Relationship Covenant terms are summarized in Famous Ten Commandments the first of which is to worship Y'all way alone. And the second not to create any idol. Images. And so access twenty, four ends with Moses going up the mountain to kind of seal the deal to tell God like the people are going to do it. We're going to do this. We're going to be your covenant people. So he goes up and the whole thing is the people just said, will accept these vows. It's going to be awesome. This is the the very next thing that is going to happen in the narrative and Exodus Chapter thirty two verse one was the story picks up and it's where everything starts to go terribly terribly wrong down at the base of the mountain Israel decides they're going to make an idol statue. They pulled together all the goal that they have and the creates a statue. In the image of calf and say. This is your way they're breaking the Very First Covenant Vow while Moses is still establishing the relationship, the point of the golden calf narrative is to say, God's purposes have always been to work out his plan in the world through a covenant. People problem that covenant people from the moment he married them have not wanted to be married to the real him. The people through whom God wants to rule the world are unfaithful from the beginning in Jewish tradition. Jewish interpretation Jewish scholars view the golden calf story as Israel's genesis three kind of fall narrative. This brutally honest story about the origin of the Covenant Relationship, between Israel and God the stage for how Israel will continue to wrestle with God throughout their entire story. As we take in this story, we'll see how just like Israel we try to remake God an image that suits us and these attributes of God. Being Compassionate and gracious slow to Anger Balancing Loy Eleven faithfulness. The begin to take a new shape and a new meaning.

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"ten commandments" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

11:51 min | 1 year ago

"ten commandments" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Hello sunny Hey dear how are you I'm good so it's funny there is there you mentioned Easter viewing and are you now it now nowadays we have to look at the the the chart we have to look at what people are streaming and what people are you know renting them on iTunes and such what what is the brain okay on to me the video on demand yeah yeah right and and one of the one of the big download this week was the ten commandments because everybody I assume is getting ready for getting ready for Easter you know so people are going out there to get it yeah that Passover movie and it's a path over movie that's right that's right so if you know there's a there's a there's a bunch there's a bunch of reasons but the ten commandments with the big Easter what was the classic right there which show it on on on Easter Sunday for years off the network so anyway I I I assume that that is what many many people will be watching

Newly restored, ‘The Ten Commandments’ remains a big part of Easter viewing

Hugh Hewitt

01:01 min | 1 year ago

Newly restored, ‘The Ten Commandments’ remains a big part of Easter viewing

"Hello sunny Hey dear how are you I'm good so it's funny there is there you mentioned Easter viewing and are you now it now nowadays we have to look at the the the chart we have to look at what people are streaming and what people are you know renting them on iTunes and such what what is the brain okay on to me the video on demand yeah yeah right and and one of the one of the big download this week was the ten commandments because everybody I assume is getting ready for getting ready for Easter you know so people are going out there to get it yeah that Passover movie and it's a path over movie that's right that's right so if you know there's a there's a there's a bunch there's a bunch of reasons but the ten commandments with the big Easter what was the classic right there which show it on on on Easter Sunday for years off the network so anyway I I I assume that that is what many many people will be watching

Movement for the Restoration of the Ten Commandments of God

Cults

05:29 min | 1 year ago

Movement for the Restoration of the Ten Commandments of God

"March seventeenth two thousand. The Movement for the restoration of the Ten Commandments of God held a huge party to celebrate the end of the world. The party was scheduled to last for two days as the leaders had roasted three bulls for feasting and acquired seventy crates of soft drinks. Hundreds of men women and children had arrived to join in the festivities and prepare for Armageddon yet. Armageddon came much more quickly than any of them had anticipated as the members gathered in the chapel at the primary complex in Congo. Uganda the doors and windows were boarded. Shut THE CHURCH. Building was set on fire. And at least seven. Hundred congregants were burdened ally. Hi I'm Vanessa. Richardson and this is colts. Apart cast original this is the thirteenth episode in our Daily Series. On the strange prophecies made by different cults and their leaders throughout this month. Were taking a daily look at the myriad of apocalyptic predictions to try and uncover. What makes these revelations so appealing? I'm here with my co host. Greg Paulson pyeryone today. We're discussing the beliefs of Christiania. Marin Day she convinced member cult the Movement for the restoration of the Ten Commandments of God. That Armageddon was imminent after predicting the world would end on January. First two thousand. The cut leadership killed their own members for reasons that are still not entirely clear. It's very likely they didn't want members to realize their doomsday predictions. Were wrong the Movement for the restoration of the Ten Commandments of God began in nineteen eighty nine. When Cronje Morandi a bartender banana beer brewer and sex worker claimed that the Virgin. Mary had appeared before her in the vision. Mary commanded Cronje to clean up her life and spread the news of a coming apocalypse. Cra Dona claimed at the world would face awful tribulation from God if people did not turn back to him and follow his ten commandments to the letter most people looked upon CR- Dona with skepticism. However she brought her predictions to form a government employee. Joseph Kibera Terry. He had also claimed have seen visions from God and when Cronje came to him he believed God had brought her into his life. Cuba Terry's endorsement of Kunia gave her story. The clouded needed together. Cronje and Cuba Terry Spread Their Doomsday message. Luckily for them Uganda was in a state of total chaos. Making Armageddon look highly plausible. Even the most sceptical Ugandans of the day the entire nation had been embroiled in a civil war with atrocity after atrocity being committed on all sides in addition HIV and AIDS had torn through the country at a rapid pace killing indiscriminately to make matters worse. The Roman Catholic Church one of the only pillars of stability in the region had become embroiled in its own awful scandals. People were desperate for safety and answers in could dona. Morandi was all too happy to provide. She called the people of Uganda follow her and promised to shelter them through the coming wrath of God. This message proved effective over the course of eight years. The movement's membership grew to over four thousand and built several dedicated living complexes throughout the region. Yet for all the cult successes Cra Dona had never decided on an official date for the end of the world to maintain control. Cordona stated that the world would end on January. First two thousand. The Colt was prepared to die. When the day finally came but as January first came and went so did CRA donas credibility. People began to leave the movement on mass in order to save face. Crony announced a new date. For the end of the World March eighteenth. They would have a grand party to celebrate starting on the seventeenth when over seven hundred people showed up to the Kananga Complex Cronje provided the apocalypse she had promised by burning them alive within the chapel. Some believe she died in the fire while others believe she escaped but more horrific revelations were still to come as the Ugandan government investigated the movement's Bases. They discovered mass graves at each and everyone in total. Three hundred ninety. Five additional members of the movement had been shot stabbed and poisoned by their own leadership sometime before the fire overall the Movement for the restoration of the Ten Commandments of God had proven to be one of the deadliest cults ever created when her doomsday prophecies. Failed CR- DONIO. Marinda made sure they would never fail again by killing more than two thousand of her own followers whether she died with them or escape to safety is unknown to this

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Super Soul Sexuality with Rabbi Lisa Grushcow

Chosen Family

08:57 min | 1 year ago

Super Soul Sexuality with Rabbi Lisa Grushcow

"Both been really drawn to Judaism. I know for me personally. So many of my artistic. Inspirations I mean not consciously but they're all Jewish like Bette midler Sandra Bernhardt Barbra streisand lake. These people have informed so much of my view of the arts. And you know there's a strong part of what they do is related to Judaism and their spirituality and same for me. My I like comedy against version was Sarah Silverman who Super Jewish. And she's not embrace it and what I love about that. Religion is how it's both faith but also like an intellectual practice and people love to be conflicted in argue and disagree and I was raised Catholic. But I've never felt that catalyst ISM was really a space to question and I just love it. You get to do that in the Jewish faith. I don't think we could have found anyone better than Rabbi Lisa Grechko. Who is our special guest today? She used the Montreal Legend would you say the rabbi well she's a Rockstar as much as a rabbi. Can Be yes she is a rabbi at Temple Emanuel Shalom here in Montreal. She is the first queer. Rabbi that I personally know. She's quite famous here for really embracing progressive views for a religious leader. I'm in her sermons or super popular like people actually go out on a Friday night. Yeah I heard about it from a friend of mine. Who'S NOT Jewish? Who was just going and really found something real there. I feel she would be a great character on sex in the city. Like the girls would go to my sermon. I mean I just think we need rabbi Grechko in our lives in many ways as possible so we had a great conversation with her about sexuality. Faith family even divorce because she she has the same sex partner but she was divorced in the past and that sounded like it was a bigger problem in her community than being a lesbian. Rabbi crush go also does a lot of interfaith works. He works with Muslim. Meteors Christian leaders and it was really important for us to go beyond the politics of the day or whatever opinion people can have about different religions and some listeners might be atheists or some people listening might be fervent believers. We wanted to go beyond that and ask the big super bowl questions through. Rabbi you really got into Lake you we got rabbi Grechko set up a new. Didn't waste a second to get into your big oprah like question what came first in Your Life God or same sex desire. I was conscious of my spirituality. Let's say and religious sense of connection before I was aware of my own sexuality and then I was a relatively late bloomer. I wasn't out 'til My mid twenty say so for a while there was a real sense of struggle. And how would navigate those things together But that was more. A challenge with institution spiritually. That piece always stage. Did you feel spiritual As a child because I felt very I relate because I did feel as before I was kind of socialized in school and the world I felt the presence of a higher power. Is that what you're referencing? I had I had You know it's interesting because that's one of the things that might be different about Judaism in some ways that were so community based in so behaviorally based so I was very connected to the Jewish community as a kid. I went to a Jewish day school. I went to synagogue on a regular basis Shabat Dinners. Were part of our family life family celebration so all of those things were part of it. Some of the deeper connection came through learning which Jewish is a very spiritual activity kind of encountering sacred texts and asking questions and I grew up. Thanks to my parents with a lot of nature. A lot of travel lot of just sense of of being connected to something bigger you know going out in the middle of the night and lying down on a blanket and watching star shower I would say for me. It only took on a deeper resonance. Actually when I was struggling with coming out and figuring out what that meant for my path towards the rabbinate that was in some ways the closest that I got to a sense of calling or a Pitney because it felt like there's this path that I'm on and it's not going to be as smooth as I thought it would be so if I'm going to be on this path that has to really matter to me. It has to really be what I feel like I should be doing. Were you looking for answers? And that moment I think it was much more a feeling of of yearning of desire of closeness and relationship. I would say a sense that there was something someone who I couldn't didn't WanNa walk away from you said that coming out brought you closer to God. Can you talk about what way it brought you closer to God? I mean if you look at the story of the Hebrew Bible though stories that you've learned as a kid for US issues. One of the central parts of that story is the story of the exodus from Egypt. And it's a story of if you if you know the Hebrew going from meets rhyme. Which is the word for Egypt? But literally means the narrow place to a place of openness and possibility and the God who speaks to Moses out of the burning Bush. It's often terribly mistranslated as I am that I am. You know that Wayne was assessed. Who are you and imagine the Ten Commandments? Among God says I am that I am but it really is. I will be and so from me. Coming out was a very It connected me to that story of leaving a place of of narrowness and constraint and having a new sense of of possibility and freedom And to me that was a very religious spiritual story which I understood in a whole different way. I'm certainly not the first to do that. And that story has been used by so many people in so many important ways but for me. It really resonated. At that time John were usual. Kid I think maybe the arts for me and like my experience of the arts was the closest that came to spirituality as a kid but other than you know just loving Bible stories. I enjoyed it in the same way that I enjoyed fairy tales. You know what I mean. I don't think I really thought that. Much about my spirituality growing up Christian for me. I wasn't necessarily ashamed of being queer or being gay but shame was definitely an undertone in what in what you're describing it doesn't sound like that was your experience. It sounds like it was quite beautiful discovery for you to lean on that same sex desire and that queen is that was within you. I think in that sense it really Revealed from a Fault. Line between institutionalized religion spirituality And you know it's it's ironic because I'm a representative of of organized religion though. I sometimes joke. That Judaism is as disorganized. Religion is one can get. We don't have a central hierarchy in line of authority. You know it's a good thing now. I think it's a good thing and the rabbi isn't with direct line to God. The rabbi is a teacher and a member of the community so there isn't a sense of of infallibility or of kind of being closer to God than anybody else I love So that's you know when we we tend to be an argumentative argument to people and it's not a dog. Matic religion by enlarge. It's much more about what you do then kind of signing onto a creed and so by and large. There's a lot of room to move in that. But I grew up in a an arm of Judaism which has changed since but then wasn't ordaining. Lgbt folks that piece became a real real faultline for me. And I did grow up with not anything that anybody said. But we're not seeing anybody who looked like me and having an old you know commentary that was on our in our pews at the synagogue which spoke about that chapter in Leviticus and same sex relationships as being. I don't remember what the language was whether it's something around depravity and paganism in that kind of thing so that I remember but it wasn't the overall messaging you said something about spirituality and religion and I think a lot of people feel spiritual but don't necessarily want to belong to a religion that's more organized or more conservative more conservative. I understand but I sometimes worry that we sell ourselves short by not looking because I think when we look were sometimes surprised by what we find you know and the fact is organized religion and institutions as much as they are like dirty. Words can do things that you can't do when you're just meeting in somebody's living room right. We can create sacred space. We can organize community together. We can be there for each other and offer things in different ways that you can't if it's more do it yourself you know and I figure religions have been asking spiritual questions for Millennia so to be able to come in and be part of that conversation right instead of feeling like you have to start from zero and make it up from you as you go along. I think is really powerful.

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Ashley Blaker: Goy Friendly

People of the Pod

10:29 min | 1 year ago

Ashley Blaker: Goy Friendly

"Talk about some. I'm pretty heavy issues. Israel Iran Patriot of Jews. So our next guest is a pretty big leap for us. Ashley Blaker is Jewish standup comedian. He is the first Orthodox Fox Jewish comedian to be given his own BBC. Show Ashley Blaker. GOYA's guide to Judaism which returned to the air in October. Two Thousand Nineteen. Now he's in New York for his latest off off Broadway. Show Ashley Blaker Goi friendly which premieres at the Soho playhouse. On February third and runs through February twenty third. While his previous off-broadway production strictly unorthodox was tailored for Jewish audiences. This one he says is not just for the Jews. It tells the story of how Ashley's close friendship with Muslim. Comedian Imron on. UCS completely changed his life with antisemitic incidents on the rise around the globe and even here in New York actually hopes to make the audience laugh but also understand stand a little bit more about their Jewish neighbors Ashley. Welcome to our studio. Thank you for having me so I have to ask you right out of the gate. anti-semitism is not funny. So how how do you address that topic with humor. Well the reality is I think he's anything can be funny. So I'll let you come to Louis showing judge whether I make. It isn't about antisemitism. I should say that there is actually a section is a band. Semitism thought. I think the more interesting is the fact that that when antisemitism is on the rise there are two ways of dealing with. This is a way of kind of hunkering down. Just going. We're we're now gonNA stick to ourselves and and try and protect ourselves and put up the security barriers and let's have lots of armed guards on the on the door in social ones bags and all of that stuff all you can kind of outreach. As it were and try and engage with the outside world and that's what my shows about about the latter it's about reaching out to the outside world and in a way this makes wants a comedy show. You know hopefully nonstop funny. Sound sound incredibly dry but Hopefully demystify Judaism a little bit. That's certainly one of the aims. Okay well I would say you could do both right. Do the security see the undercover getting having no security either. All kind of you know very good at that accused but I actually my playbill. I wrote a Performance note and for Bates Him. But I said something about how you know very good dividing ourselves as a as an in one of the things into I enjoy doing you mentioned my show strictly and also those I I love bringing choose together because we figured it kind of separating ourselves in so many different ways you know on the whole joke about the Jewish man who lands on a desert island and he builds two synagogues one ones that he'll go to one that he wouldn't ever be seen dead and that's like what we're like but I do think that there is it is an important time to actually reach out a little bit and we can. I think sometimes certainly not in any way suggesting that we. We are in any way a foot four and symptom of course but I sometimes think that actually being too insular. Isn't that helpful. Listen so now you are from the UK so well the Labor Party. I have to ask you about the Labor Party. I'm afraid But it's often regarded as the political liberal party of choice by many Jews in Great Britain. And I'm curious how you dealt with the last election and whether or not you felt politically homeless as I kept had reading about the Jewish community. There didn't myself but I'm sure other people did and I think that yes certainly in the post for many Jews the Labor faulty will have. I've been there home by just as much as the Conservative Party would be for many Liberal Democrat. We have quite a different political system. Should know to to to the Americans as many but yes I mean. It was incredible. What happened over the last few years and how symtas I'm just rose and seem to not be dealt with toll within the Labor Party in? Yeah it was a terrible thing we still really really been dealt with properly gone away. Yeah I know there were. There were several vile things said many vile things said ed by Labour politicians but then also Jeremy Corbyn himself was talking about the lack of irony that many British Jews seem to have. I don't know if you recall that particular. Yes it was Avia. Yeah it was a video I think from a while ago. Actually but he had yes he had said something. And there's a lot of these kind of allusions I think is because they. They caught clever then. They don't outright. This isn't the foul right then marking the street saying killed the Jews. It's a very allusive. Quite clever thing of of Hinson these particular weight alluding that Jews and Israel inflating the to and to you know the whole talking about antisemitism and anti Zionism also that that things that really came along with the Labor Party and I saw something videos of people saying no no we. We're not intimately to we like the right to choose. I think there's that thing of the good news and the bad news and I think that's a really good. Jews has ones March against Israel and kind of write letters to the Guardian saying that we support Sanctioned bedia smell that kind of thing uh-huh and then the ninety five percent of the badges. I mean that's clearly terrible things so it's been a really dark period and I didn't know it'll be interesting to see in the the next four five years. How things change? Have you tried to address it with humor. There over showed. I just did a toll in opened in in May with my friend Imran you mentioned draymond so imminent. He did a tour together called profit sharing actually breaking news in profit sharing seek clever title. And it's not address head on there are other people addressing this head on and the the truth is the way to look on twitter five minutes especially around the time the election to see that kind of Echo Chamber people. Don't WanNa hear they. You know you you tweet. Something about Labor Jeremy Corbyn and immediately comes back. This prepared list of twenty times. Jeremy Corbyn has both a motion ocean in parliament. That's been helpful to community Blah Blah Blah say. No one listens to each other anymore. People just spout the same thing. So I'm not sure engaging in that kind of way addressing head on is that helpful she because people just don't want to listen right. I'm sure it's the same here with trump and I'm sure there are people who are vehemently say one one thing you don't want to listen to the side. Yes that is. That is a problem that area. So I think that's something we've seen a lot particular around brexit and all these issues as we've had in the UK and the F. But so my show anyway. Mike show look comedy show. That's the the the main PARV. So I'll tell you briefly I mean essence shows. It's about yeah. Tell us about the show but then I also want to hear more about Enron and your friendship so the show about my friend she was Enron said. So that's the kind of I think in film in terms they call that the macguffin. He's kind of you know that you heard that term. I'm not familiar with that. So it's like using the original star wars. I think C. Three Po an onto d two of the macguffin that they're the ones like sent off into onto the desert and enter tattooing. They've got the messages item. Thank you the whole plot revolves from. Then there's no actually about them but it starts from them so in a way money's the macguffin hit because is a true story we're good friends we went untold together. And he's very interested custody my life he didn't know much about Judaism me belly of June. We spent many hours together in the call. He was always drawing because he he's Muslim. Couldn't in claiming been drinking and he's always asked me questions and I kind of wanted to teach him about Judaism. But where do you start. We've got six hundred thirteen commandments. It's too long to the call I didn't want to spend money on guests so I thought well I teach him about the Ten Commandments. And we started looking at the Ten Commandments. And I unrealized. They're not that practical you know he doesn't have an ox next all so there's no need to worry about not coveting it and I so I could. Maybe set myself challenge of coming up with my own ten commandments. That I could be a bit more practical. But they could actually explain what it's like to be an Orthodox Jew in two thousand twenty and in a way. It was my friendship with him. That made me reconsider my Judaism. Because she had I've been living as an Orthodox Jew for the best part of twenty years but it's only when an outside comes along install challenging us at you start having to think about it you start thinking about your love. So that's what the shows about and it's about me going through these ten commandments. My New Ten Commandments. antiquing this to him okay. So do you mind sharing a few of the talk commanded if you're the one of them is thou shalt develop obsessive compulsive disorder okay. She's an integral Paulsville so shoot as But we cover branch of Judy. Check that box right exactly. So we cover a lot of these areas we cover kosher food and living in a Jewish area. We talk about the curse of praying public and this covers a lot of ground really comes a lot of ground in the show and then And then the story I keep finished. The story has a continuation because of how Im- reacted and then what we went off did something together which I don't want to spoil because that's the narrative But it's a pretty funny chairman. I it really is. I'm super proud of it. So you say I did. This show could street Lennox. It was aimed at a Jewish audience. All Jews knock. He's also dogs. Reform Perform Conservative unaffiliated. But Still Jews and I think it's a really. I really wanted to do something. Everyone could cutting joy That would be in a language WIGGs. Everyone can understand but the is serious does not scrimp on the jokes atone. It's the funniest show of ever done this by miles miles because I've already but still called the serious stuff when we do discuss antisemitism and there are some real takeaways well foam it excellent zone. The show's name. Is Ashley. Blaker friendly it's at the Soho playhouse here in New York City from February third to twenty-third. Thank you for joining us. Thank

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"ten commandments" Discussed on Grace on Tap

Grace on Tap

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"ten commandments" Discussed on Grace on Tap

"Funny because. In my in my ears involved with the church. I've run into a of folks who hate the ten commandments don't like to they don't like when the pastor talks about them. They don't like when when when, when they have to deal with them. And and. There was a time when I I didn't quite understand that and we all suffer from faithlessness but that's that's a certain kind of faithlessness that doesn't look too doesn't actually believe that Christ and his work is sufficient the where this because where you look at the guide, the the the using the ten commandments as a guide, and that's all you see and you don't look at. Today's a lot of burden. It's a lot of me this perfect. Now, if you're giving the amendments just as a guy, without the foundation of Christ, it is a burden it's away. It's too heavy. Yeah, and that's sort of the reason. I wanted to spend a little bit of time in this episode at the end of this episode going back to the second use of the law. Which is where we used the ten commandments as a mirror and and we go back and we allow it to break us we allow it to to make us into nothing so that we are ready for Christ that took in that preparation to to work Christ because as I said before God likes to work with nothing and so it's the ten commandments that gets us there. Yes God indeed is at work through the Ten Commandments prepare industry received Christ in us..

"ten commandments" Discussed on Grace on Tap

Grace on Tap

08:11 min | 1 year ago

"ten commandments" Discussed on Grace on Tap

"Or even on a societal level, for example, when we talked about. Honored I father and mother we spent a lot of time talking about well, what does that mean when your father and mother are not or any authority? Are, not honorable it. So that will give us some for external. Wait, jaylen raided transit ex turtle disciplined to the way that his son's tree is father. Right and so but no I think it's really important to take a moment and go back to 'cause luther also in his in when he was doing that he did. Implicitly, go through and give training the the in his in discussion on the Ten Commandments. We'll see him just run through all three. This is what It should look like even though we're sitters we can try to do this. So that journal respectability in in curb against world behavior. But then he'll acknowledged that there are bad things that happen bright now be that can of beer usage and he does it at the very beginning and actually when I, when he gets into the conclusion on the ten commandments he spends. Time, talking specifically about these high saints who these saints who feel that they can do the Ten Commandments. No problem, and now they've got to take on bigger things and he's basically making the case. No, no, you can. You are failing at the Ten Commandments. We all are failing at the ten commandments and this is where he talks about that second use of this is again implicitly talking about that second use of law that we fail miserably and we desperately need Christ and his saving grace to help us through even the greatest teacher in the church still needs to be taught bygones law. You're talking about the same way describes the conclusion Paragraph Three Twenty says, let us see. Now what are great saints here sarcasm is ready. Let's see. Our great saints can boast of their spiritual warriors in their great rebus works which they have invented in setup while they let these APPs that's the commandments as though they were far too insignificant were had long ago been perfectly fulfilled, but then fifteen but see it's not that first presumption of those desperate saints who dare to invent a higher and better life at a state than the ten commandments teach pretending as we have said that this is just an ordinary life or comment, but there's something more for sason perfect wants to do and that's exactly. What what we're talking about here is to to have a serious look at the ten commandments that we've spent. Weeks going through the ten commandments and this leisurely stroll through Luther is large catechism that we've we've been engaged in. As, we think about the Ten Commandments, it really does set things up for us where we are never short of things to to repent of the tape. Commandments are not just child's play that we then will grow out of. He'll. He'll look at through each commandments even in his interaction of the ninth and Tenth Mamadou where he would say these little specifically applied to the Jews but they're good for us to look at as well. He's always looking to the commandments as there are some things that you may have considered settled and past tense. But now let's look at the address or president needs concerns and desires and give voice to sins are. So it's it's one of those things that you know as. We can we can set a thousand different times in a thousand different ways And I'm going to actually go back to. My favorite, which is the magnificant Luther is writing on the magnificant and. where he talks about how God likes to create from nothing how God likes to create from X. Knee Halo of the Latin the. From out of nothing and just as he created, the universe likes to recreate us and it is it is through the ten commandments that we are driven back to nothingness that we recognize that that we have no standing before the Lord and that it is through the ten commandments that God again works with his favorite material nothing and rebuilds us into something. Beautiful. That is acceptable to him. That is the image of Christ. So his structuring how he he places the chief parts of the Christian, faith. The. Ten Commandments I than decree Lord's prayer. Baptism office accused the Lord's supper on he starts us with the commandments to show we start from nothing. He starts us from the commands. So that will end we look to create we that we need God rather than having the commandments convinced some sort of extra. To everything God is doing. We see this is the foundation of why we need got right I. Mean if the if you go back to his era, what will you know most people would put the ten commandments at the end it'd be like all united for Christians every once you've got Jesus in. Now the. Yeah Life looks like, yeah now now okay. Well, what's and what's up for the common? This is the easiest stuff we're just GONNA do the Ten Commandments, but you know Luther takes that turns it on its head puts the commandments, puts the commandments I. Sit Down with at breaks into nothingness to prepare us for for the creeds for baptism and for the vote for the crease in the sacraments. Luther is always kind of writing to an audience that both knows Jesus has had the veil of Moses removed this Jacob Andrea with. And we no longer are living over this vanity of trying to achieve law we trust in Christ. So rates to people who know Jesus and he will give them some guidance on how to do this Christian living but he's writing to that person also say, yet you still need to go back with for why need Jesus in the first place it's simultaneous Satan, center of Im aimed. So I know I'm. Safe and secure Chris Jesus I am a center soil at always need to be reminded that I need Jesus and I I'm Gonna I I would say it's not a conundrum as much as a paradox. Now it's it's it it this who that exists at the same time. Yeah, and it's not a confronting the conundrum because it is it is a problem that has been solved for us by Christ. Thanks resolution it finds its resolution in Christ and so it's you know we can rest easy in that paradox. Oddly enough we can rest easy in that paradox in the knowledge that Jesus Christ has has lived died and been risen again for us. It would come to conclusion of disgrace on tap episode of the Commandments, and especially this episode were we commanded nine ten conclusion by reading how Luther extols ourselves just remember the ten commandments he says, therefore, it is not in vain that it is commanded, you'll testament to write the ten commandments are walls imported garments not for the sake merely having the written in these places making a short domestic, the Jews, but we might have. Our is constantly fixed upon it have them always in our memory that we might practice them in all of our actions waste every would make them his daily exercise in all cases, every business transaction as though they were written in every place wherever you would look wherever you walk or stand. Thus there will be occasion that are in an own house abroad with their neighbors to practice the ten commandments that no one need run far from. Yeah, and it's.

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"ten commandments" Discussed on Grace on Tap

Grace on Tap

06:50 min | 1 year ago

"ten commandments" Discussed on Grace on Tap

"Say? We take a little bit of beer break. Our Beer break is a unique year today. It's a guy slicker, fruit, luther lager, and the story behind this fear. It's not available in any of your stores is that there is someone at my church on December sixth encourages of the office staff to put their shoes outside our offices then over the night saint. Nicholas. Comes and visits places some oranges. Candidates in some beer in our shoes in. This beer comes with a little nice know that Saint Nicholas is friends with Marty and Katie. Stops by their house before in our house picks up some of. Katy's viewer that. something. Like that guy slicker fruits luther lager. Qian's the spiritual fruits of Lutherans. Oh, there we go. And so we've got the spirits or fruit of Lutherans and it's dark bureau. We don't have any information on SAB brewery. We don't have any information on its alcohol by volume or weight. Sweet words the RUHR might have wanted to describe it by but I always say it is it is pretty dark dairy Dr Goodness this is motor oil dark and Really great flavor sweetness. It's a bit of A. Like an imperial flavor to yes. Yeah. It's it's like an imperial stout type. Doubt what I would I would though it says look if fruit Luther Law Gra Richard by classified as a logger Malpensa fitness rich fruit wrestle bringing the nursing of sweet and wonderful. Thanks to France can say to each other as they share a beer in time together as they study God's word and that's really what I grace on tap is a podcast is about is then two guys looking at Martin, Luther and other events of the reformation. fruits, luther, lager erased close. So we looked pretty quickly through the night and ten minutes probably because that's luther does he does. Look at the ninth and Tenth Commandments from this conserve that. When we desire something from someone else we can lose our trust in what God is provided to us. So we're going to sort of transition now into a little bit of a brief discussion on. Well let's Like to take a few minutes and sort of go back and reconsider everything we've said about the ten commandments as we've been going through these ten commandments. There are a few things that have been going on and I wanted to sort of make that explicit. So their role, their usage, their function in the life of Christian is is much more than say the academic study of large catechism. There is in the TRICIA believing church to refer to it as three uses of law though Luther himself did not use that terminology I'm small articles he talks about that. She from primary purpose of the law is to always accuse us of our sins, but then he will go on to describe how society can work through the law to help curb any gross moral misbehavior the also throughout the. Commandments will use them as guys were directions for how we live pleasing lives. So the first use of the law is is as a curb for society. The second use of the law is a mirror that is meant for us to see our own sinfulness and the third use of the law is a guide and living and to teach us about how to move forward, and that's at least how I recalls the three thinking of the three uses of the law. It's at a curb, a mirror guide. So now we're in a just jump ahead about thirty five years after the death of Martin Luther in look in the Formula Concord. So fifteen seventy, seven or formula concord is written in fifteen eighty on all the kind of confessional documents that helped shape the boundaries of what it needs to be. A Lutheran are brought together into the book of Concord in the Formula Concord itself was written. By Committee? There was merged candidate Jacob, fundraise undress on record native, they would. had been traveling throughout the Lutheran churches to try to resolve conflicts, and so this section read you is actually from Jacob Andrea six services, which were written as model sermons to bring resolution to conflict in Cairo Gatien's that were having disputes about the role of the law. So. Here's a Jacob Andrea wrote law guide is used one to maintain external discipline and respectability against dissolute disobedient people so I use the laws occur. To maintain external discipline second. Debris, such people to recognition of their sense. That's what you described as the mirror. Right at that wolves the law to bring examination right and that he says three is also used when those who have been born a new through God's spirit here converted to the Lord in had veil of Moses removed from the live in walking the law. This third use the law is the one that has the the most kind of. Controversal Usage Lizard Church in the Twentieth Century especially the late Twentieth Century into the twenty first century out of a history of Gospel reductionism. And whether there is any role for the wall to guy what Christian behavior should be or in Gospel reductionism, which was kind of a scriptural interpretive method developed in the sixties and Seventies. was that there is no rule for the law Guy Christian behavior. So what instead should guy behaviors only that Jesus loves you right and so we are both of the opinion that there is a third use of the law and there is a need for third the law and a lot of our discussion up until this point has been that third use of the law as how how do we as we have gone through those ten commandments. and Re Luther is writing on it. We've tried to take the losers writings and apply them to our common everyday situations.

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"ten commandments" Discussed on Grace on Tap

Grace on Tap

08:11 min | 1 year ago

"ten commandments" Discussed on Grace on Tap

"Command remember the have keep holy. That's true. That's true but he will for a while. Now and then he comes back with this work comedy as something that's exclusive to committed against the. Jews. So I was wondering when I when I read that now it's funny I like I think I mentioned on the podcast before is I read through a large catechism regulate. Maybe not every year but most years although thrown through the ten, the larger catechism. And and. I'm reading through it and I say, this doesn't apply to pop your. Okay skips days. It was a genealogy. Yeah. I never really abroad the ninth and ten the his discussion on the ninth and tenth commandment very seriously until this podcast and preparing for the this episode and. So I stopped and I started going through a little bit more carefully and I realized you know that that well, let's let's take a moment I wanna roll back before like why does he say that this commandment exact exclusively for the Jews, but it has application to us as well. It's not because he thought the Jews had a problem with coveting and he did the. You know this anti Semitic troch that you've got these rich greedy men that are seeking to take advantage of you. He's not meaning that. What is referring to is the role of man's servants, maid servants and wives, both let's re-grand says. So he's gives a little bit of a lesson on the Old Testament law says under the Jewish government man servants and made servants were not free as now to serve for a wages as long as they. pleased. But were there masters property with their body and all they had as cattle and other possessions? So he's talking about why we should not cover Manziel vote our. Remain Servant well that is. The most base level. A hard thing for us to understand because it back in the Old Testament. and. You could entice deceive someone take away their sleep. But now we live an economy our time and also louvers time when people worked with the wage. As long as they pleased to work there they were non slaves in Luther style. So that gets into exactly you know this and the he's focusing more on the tenth commandment thou shalt not covered by neighbor's wife Norris manservant made some norris cattle nor anything that is and if you're going to take that young really. literally, I don't have a manservant I don't have acer cabinet. At. Least I don't have any cattle. To Sing for managed. So, you don't have a man. To keep reading this amendment, that's the way the losers kind of starting his explanation. All right. You guys don't have manned servings makes reference and his as another one in here the outshot the first one, Thou Charlton Covet thy neighbor's wife and he has a little reasoning why that doesn't apply anymore right and so right there he says he he goes into this moreover, every man had power over his wife to put her away publicly by giving her a bill of divorce and to take another. Therefore they were in constant danger among each other that if one took a fancy to another wife, he might allege any reason both to dismiss his own wife and to a strange the other wife from him that he might obtain her under pretext of right and so this. Okay I'll put my white young. I'm going to put my wife away like your wife Yeah I'm putting my wife away and I'm going to start you know lowering her into into you know toward me to sort of an or maybe make you unhappy with her. Make, you want. So you put her away and make her available to me. So this is a an interesting connection. I. Think we're. Lutheran. Exists in time a little bit different than ours because there's time divorce was not easy, but he's recalling the ultimate was easier right? Any sedan play there needs to be such caution about comedy a neighbor's wife because the risk such temptation to manipulate that easy divorce system of you'll testament. Now he's thinking of his own time period where divorce is much more difficult than even describes how difficult it is. As the season he says that by how? How difficult divorce ISN, the out. Now, by some shrewd strategy, why says, but such an example I trust will not occur among us because in the New Testament, those who are married are forbidden to be divorced optimism ads there. Yeah. Newly married he's still married a couple of years Katie love each other and and by all accounts luther marriage with Katie was was remarkable he he loved her And they had a great relationship for his entire life. and. So he had. But especially during this time at fifteen, thirty, fifteen, twenty, eight ish timeframe, he's he's newly married is like well. That's not going to happen amongst us and I could see where maybe he's a pastor cal other people aren't really sharing their problems so much with him during this period where he had had a moment of quite a great deal depression after the early death of one of his children he comes. Ruth draws from all ministry than the play happens where we're at he has to become a nurse to those who are in need any brought out of his depression this number Jeff that then he writes the visitation articles and they go out and do that he realizes the need for the catechism until his rating of the small large catechism are taking place in this time period where he's married, he has this moment of sadness but now he's enjoy again and he wants to share this joy with others and I just don't think he is very aware of how hard marriages this time period. Yeah. Yeah. So so he has little disable marriage really as. The. That's sort of. So we're we're running into this thing where now I can. I can say I. I have known people. Now who have I'm going say they tired of their wife. They're getting a little older and they put her away now they put no fault divorce. It's very easy. and. That's the end of that marriage and we all I mean it it it has never when. The people I know who've gone through this It's never turned out while for everybody involved, young and so. This is a problem today on this this this covetousness. Of Wives of of others you know. This is I think where he says it's not a problem. I? Think this does apply to us today and and we had that episode when we talked about adultery. Where there? There is this whole episode on almost that that subject and so it's it's I think this is this is really unfortunately a applicable, much more applicable today than it even was and Luther is time. Time it was as well. If You know we have a chance down the road maybe we'll look at some of his servants, his Cat Catechal, a preacher commandments. It'd be interesting to see how he addresses. The color of another's wife in this. Over over the course of his life, how that how this message evolves and changes Well, I think What do you.

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"ten commandments" Discussed on Grace on Tap

Grace on Tap

06:07 min | 1 year ago

"ten commandments" Discussed on Grace on Tap

"Welcome to grace on TAP. Grace on tap is a podcast dedicated to the history and that the. Of the Lutheran reformation all of a nice cold beer. Well. I'm Mike Igli. We're GONNA little little new surroundings. It's sort of throwing us The today we're going to be covering the ninth and tenth. Commandments starting at paragraph to ninety two in the Lord's catechism. Cocoon and. Shell out Covet thy, Neighbor's house, and the tenth is thou Shalt Not Covet, thy neighbor's wife nor his manservant nor his maid servant nor his cattle nor anything that is his. So Luther covers these two together and large catechism with. The the the small catechism breaks them out doesn't he or does he I guess I'M I'm not sure. Sorry Ed. Greece. In the Attic. Suffer. I was actually just looking at the booth small catechism earlier today and. I thought I thought those two were broken out. It's something I know. Of We get. So wrapped into one vendor forget sniper saying the apostles creed of accidentally starting to blend into the night. That's what happens. So Luther. has a surprising start to this one the from the very beginning. Luther made clear and the in the large catechism that he's he's really piling on the sin and you have to go back to what he was dealing with at the time where there was this general recognition that you could easily easily live according to the ten commandments and that the the more saintly people were working on higher level things some sort of asceticism or or something you know taking them good for the common man. In the highest ones maybe be working on something grander something more holy at. Night intense. Vanden explanations in conclusion he starts to kind of round that even the most basic things of remember what is yours in? What remembered way someone else's is hard for all of us yeah and what's what's interesting about this is that you know we don't want to get too far afield here but I sometimes wonder if at the core of the go back to at the when this all started with Luther, which was we had a lot of discussions early on in this podcast. Talking about things like. Penance we talked a lot about pennants and we went into some of the Catholic theology of the Treasury of Merit where the pope could go all the extra holiness that stored up in heaven from all the good things that Christ in the Apostles and Mary and the saints have done and the Pope has access to that he can give it away to whoever he wants, and that's that's called an adult and indulgence and you know. And so at the core of that at the core of that I wonder is this concept that the ten commandments are easy that and that all this extra stuff that okay. The common man is going to struggle with the ten commandments but you know the the the whole of the saints and all they're doing all this extra stuff that's sort of piling up in Heaven Yeah and that's and so this this luther is talking about now. I'm not an expert Catholic theology, but I wouldn't be surprised if that's sort of the the the mechanism that's being used here let secure pair even the word covet is this this enticement to think someone else says something more than what I have. If only I could get a little bit of what they have. My life would be better if only I could get a little bit of the merits of that saint over there my. Life would be better and so there's like a covetousness baked in to the Treasury of Merit and the whole concept the purgatory all this stuff that was part of the Catholic System back especially active back in the of this trust in the righteousness that crisis giving we start to trust in the extra righteousness that someone else has and we look into spirit what we have as we strive to see what we think's what else has. As Luther is explaining the struggle of comedy. He even will go on in point of with the right maneuverings accords you can get what is someone else's and make yourself logo honorable. When in your heart all you're doing strange satisfy your desire to be more important bigger but you've manipulated the courts to get. So what are the night? The Ten Commandments out is this This struggle of identity in God's eyes in the world is in mit sufficiently blessed by God. In the righteousness of Christ where he will have to go out and try to take from someone else to get more what's interesting and I'm just and you know what? So what Luther does is young monk going into was that he does start with the surprising beginning. To this. Yeah, we're off the only. He's piling it on from the very beginning of the ten commandments discussion on the tournament you can do it you can't do it. You can't do it. You can't do it. He just piles on. And then all of a sudden at the beginning of the the the ninth and Tenth Commandments He of starts I. Guess he starts a little funny to me. He says, these two commandments are getting quite exclusively to the juice nevertheless part they also concern us that's the sort of pulling back that he does at the beginning of the discussion of the the ninth and tenth? Command really..

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The Jews Challenge Jesus about the Greatest Commandment

Andrew Rappaport's Rapp Report Daily

01:35 min | 1 year ago

The Jews Challenge Jesus about the Greatest Commandment

"We've seen that Jesus exposed the Jewish leaders for their hypocrisy. They wanted to try to discredit Jesus but in front of the Jewish people but what we ended up seeing. Jesus just shut the mouths of the Pharisees to her audience. Sean's the SAJ ASES but now one other group comes up and that is the scribes and so they send one of the scribes up to ask the challenging question. Aw what is the most important commandment of all. There's one hundred thirteen commandments. We think of the Ten Commandments. And say those are even more but but which one's the greatest of them. There's been a challenge with this because some Jewish leaders. At the time we'd say the great commandment was to love the Lord God with all your mind heart song strength others would say it's about doing the law through through obedience which is the greatest. There was a challenge here. Here's the difference what we end up. Seeing Jesus says says the greatest commandment is to love the Lord your God with all your mind with all your heart with all your strength but then the second is like it. Love your neighbor as yourself all other commandments. He says rests on these two. So gives the greatest one now. If you think of the ten commandments those first four fit in the first one this this next six fit in the second one but he says all the commandments every commandment fits under love the Lord your God with all your mind on strength then you can love your neighbor as yourself and all the commandments. All of them fit under this again. The males of the Jews were stopped. However this scribe Jesus just says you're close to the kingdom.

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As impeachment looms, evangelicals defend Trump but pass on debating the issues

Monocle 24: The Briefing

01:06 min | 1 year ago

As impeachment looms, evangelicals defend Trump but pass on debating the issues

"One of the many curiosities of the presidency of Donald Trump has been gene support it has enjoyed from American evangelicals with whose values trump would appear to be seriously at odds indeed a brisk measurement of trump's this character and record against the ten commandments suggests. There's at least a case to answer on commandment to annoy certain violations of three six seven eight tone and ten one evangelical journal However has broken ranks Christianity today called for trump's removal from the White House and the ructions are ongoing. Joined with more on this by the journalist and broadcaster joyless Deco. It's quite weird Christianity. Today have done this three years into trump's presidency. What is it they've only just noticed? I think maybe they've only just had the kind of gus to do something. I mean. Clearly the editor. ooh Waylon has been thinking. I'm not quite sure this is all guy and Given primaries are coming up for the demo of the Democratic nomination people are beginning to focus on whether they they won't trump back that and the

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Christianity Today, an influential evangelical magazine, says Trump ‘should be removed from office’

Michael Berry

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Christianity Today, an influential evangelical magazine, says Trump ‘should be removed from office’

"Days after the house voted to approve the articles of impeachment against the president a group thought to of as an ally calling for his removal from all the prominent evangelical magazine Christianity Today now says president trump should be removed from office out of quote not a matter of partisan loyalties but loyalty to the creator of the ten commandments the son of the late Reverend Billy Graham who founded the magazine says his father would not agree with and would be disappointed by the op ed boxes Kristin fish for the

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Trump rips evangelical magazine calling for his removal

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Trump rips evangelical magazine calling for his removal

"The president's deeply popular among evangelicals who stood by him despite a colored personal history but Christianity Today is published an editorial calling the president's conduct profoundly immoral and writes his removal from office is not a matter of partisan loyalties but rather a loyalty to the creator of the ten commandments the evangelical magazine was founded by the late Reverend Billy Graham but the president says the publication hasn't been involved with the Graham family for many years dismissing it as a far left publication the editorials writer tell CNN that's far from accurate but also says he does not suspected the editorial will shift evangelical views on the president soccer mad Connie at the White House

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"ten commandments" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

08:41 min | 2 years ago

"ten commandments" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"You go ladies and gentleman. we have the ultimate issues this is a really important our because the ultimate issues or the wisdom issues. got a lot of experts with the wisdom that means that we have a lot of people. who can read a map really really well and tell you exactly what street and what Avenue you're standing on. but they have no idea where you should go. that is the ninety percent of experts. our wisdom free but we confuse knowledge with wisdom. you know what I'm gonna do an ultimate issues our on that. let's do that the difference between knowledge and wisdom. experts on the issue of experts. experts have been wrong on August every major issue of my life. now why would that be. because they didn't to listen to the ultimate issues our. so I everybody I'm Dennis Prager welcome. I'm going to share with you a very personal. well I mean with. maybe that's not the best way to put personal personally think it's something private in my life that private it's it's but it's about it's about this person in that sense of personal. my whole life I have said my life is dedicated to bringing people to Africa monotheism. one guard who demands that we be good people. and has one standard. of good and evil. one god one standard Hey allies obviously still believe that. however I eat. by. finally have come to realize that is not the best way for me to effectively put. what it is I most want to bring people to. and I wish I had thought about this or done this I should say of thinking about what I'm about to say my whole life but I wish that I had said it from the beginning. I think I would have been a lot more effective. as effective as as I might have been only god knows hello whether or not I've been. or how much. but I should have said. and I would like everyone listening to ultimately Shea. we want to bring humanity to the ten commandments. and if it weren't for my writing my commentary on the first five books. the Torah yeah the rational Bible it's cold. this immersion. we realized that's what it's all about. if you were a Jew or Christian. what happened with god took the Israelites out of Egypt what did he take them out for. you take them out in order. to no longer be slaves. well the answer is yes and no obviously they were no longer slaves. but. why did he take this group out of slavery every group in the world had slaves. was either a slave owning or enslaved. all over the world. why did god take the Israelites. out of bondage. answer to bring them to Mount Sinai. the purpose of the exodus. was the receiving of the ten commandments. that is why if you very few of you will notice but some will. there is a law in the Bible in the first five books role the laws are. that you must count every day. between. Passover and Pentecost shovel in Hebrew the holiday of the receiving of thing commandments. they must be connected. liberation it without ten commandments is chaos. it's it's useless. the point of the liberation was getting the ten commandments. and when are you speak on it am I spoke on the ten commandments in the west in Rumania last summer the previous one to this. my my summary of the ten commandments book. is in Rumanian. people. hearing this it resonates. that's what we need. the ten commandments. that is what I need that is what you'll be. he can have. well hold group of ancillary beliefs. obviously Christians have the the the the deepest belief in Christ and the Trinity guy get it. and traditional Judaism has a true a tremendous belief in Holohan and Jewish law I get it. but the key. you know what was kept in the holy of holies. the ten commandments. that's the holiest thing in the world the ten commandments. that Google has put five of the ten commandments videos on the restricted list is that symbolic a statement of the battle. the ideological battle of in the west today as I can imagine. you should read the comments on the internet after all how many how many views the third is the ten commandments have little with commandments. ten million. well over. twenty million okay over twenty million views. that's a lot. of the of the videos on ten commandments Prager you should all watch them to grab your kids watch them great kids watch them. your uncle watch them. why would they be restricted. if either of the ten commandments. for. the anti ten commandments world in which we live. this one I'll give you one in particular that is truly upsetting. to the elites of the day honor your father and mother. your honor your father and mother you one of the state. the state doesn't on her father and mother. father and mother are a nuisance. that's why I am opposed to free lunches in free breakfast at school. says your parents are on on important they don't even have to feed you. the state will feed you. guys have children taken away from them because they they will tell their five year old boy you really are a girl. Canada and the United States what was it kind of the the case that was astonishing case. he acts as a boy when he's with his that acts like a girl when he's with the mother. and the and the threatening a with removing the child permanently from him. the knocking out of parental authority is huge it is huge. well do another one honor your father and mother I.

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"ten commandments" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"ten commandments" Discussed on KTOK

"Know it doesn't mean that that that that that I'm calling into question the existence of god I'm simply saying that the written works are works of humans with real human motor and they have their own agendas that are separate from the the the profits to actually hold it internally communicated with the universe the universal mind of of god so who the the ten commandments on on the tablets then who produce those if not god well the first commandment is usual have no other gods before me and that is what not hot he was the first one to say that no he didn't say that there was no other costs that was what that that they that they had to the priests of Heliopolis taught that there was one supreme god there was head hi head over heels over kind of like the Zeus in in in Greek mythology much higher up than the others public ought not to that for the said no no there's just no other because it's just the one god and you know that status yet this the one god so that's the first command at the second commandment was it was no graven images and this again is the Oct non of Normandy he when he came to power he got rid of he destroyed all the the statues of the guards as much as he could this is the Egyptians used to worship the statues of gods as if they were living creatures say they would days and they were professor presents the flowers and food to them and you know so it of Norton said none of that so the first two commandments are are are are straight out of all Dawkins playbook if you like the rest are just pretty well standard types of things you know the lying cheating in adultery murder those are I hope all of those can be found among it in Egypt as before the time of Moses what all right now when I've got a bunch of calls you want to get through as many as we possibly can let me start on the international.

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Roy Moore: Republican accused of sexual misconduct to run for Senate

The Big Biz Radio Show

00:38 sec | 2 years ago

Roy Moore: Republican accused of sexual misconduct to run for Senate

"Former. Alabama chief Justice conservative, ROY Moore says he's running for the Senate. Again, President Trump and many other Republicans have tried to discourage judge Moore from entering the race two years ago. More loses the special election Annella Bama, as acusations surface of past sexual misconduct with underage women. He denies the allegations more making the announcement in Montgomery, with his wife by his side, he starts his news conference with a prayer and the pledge of allegiance. Back in two thousand three more removed from the bench after refusing to remove a monument of the ten commandments. He put in the Alabama judicial

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"ten commandments" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"ten commandments" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

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"ten commandments" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

The Steve Deace Show

04:12 min | 3 years ago

"ten commandments" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

"So in the Judeo Christian worldview, suffering, if it is for a righteous cause or if it is to suffer alongside those who also suffer or to suffer for those who you're trying to save from perishing is notable. It's laudable. It's a roic in the utilitarianism lined set, eat drink and be merry for tomorrow we die suffering too. It's a waste of time if not just downright dumb, and so we should do whatever we can to eliminate as much suffering as we possibly can in the world. And can I want to go back to it because I don't want anybody to think we're cavalier because we bring it up quite a time about this. I want to bring back the chicken sandwich thing we Romney. Yeah, it's not just a political optics thing. This is also the the point here. It's it's about the fact that he didn't need. To go full Ezra in the Old Testament. He could've simply said here. I'm a businessman here and my business, whether it's a conservative owner or your business, whether it's a liberal, we cannot have a healthy business climate or all of us are successful if we do this like this. So yes, I'm going to eat this chicken sandwich. It's he could have made any number of moral high ground points that would have benefited a conservative cause and he couldn't figure out any way to do it. I think that set the Guinness Book of world record for the most restaurant sales in one day in the history of the planet was Chick-fil-A in two thousand twelve, and I'd venture a guess. I don't know. Maybe even a majority of the people that took part in that maybe don't even agree with us on the marriage issue. They're just tired of being told what's acceptable thinking, say, here's a, here's another way you USA render the moral high ground. It's this what aboutism game that we've yes so much. Yes. Last couple of years, President Trump says or tweets, something totally that crap. Insane. And we go back. We go to bat for him because what about Hillary? Because what about so-and-so fill in the blank democrat candidate tomorrow. Donald Trump could say, I'm one one in thirty parts. I don't know eskimo and people would make fun of him. Well, you know, just yesterday Elizabeth. That's what we're talking about here. Not that that's a morality play there, but that's what we're talking about because my guy did something reprehensible, it's okay because your guy did something reprehensible as well. That's how you lose the moral high ground and have lost a lot because of what aboutism the last couple of years. And we talked yesterday about the need to win the next generation. There are few things Aaron generation hates more than what he just talked about. They detest it now if we're going to bring up what aboutism, let's define what it isn't isn't what aboutism is not you exposing the hypocrisy of the opposing argument. That's not what aboutism is what aboutism is exposing the hypocrisy of the opposing argument in order to cut. Over for or justify your own hypocrisy. So for example, Matt Walsh over at the daily wire during the last break, I saw him tweet out, you know, I don't like with the president said about stormy Daniels having a horse face, but I don't understand why anybody who is offended at that didn't get offended when you know when she was on national television talking about his mushroom penis. That's not what aboutism. What aboutism would be. If Matt Walsh said the president can say whatever he wants about stormy Daniels, physical appearance because she attacked his. That's what aboutism is what aboutism is not exposing the hypocrisy of your opponent. What aboutism is doing. So with the express intent of being a hypocrite yourself and justifying it, that's that's the thing to understand our next commandment. Number five, reverse the premise of your opponent's argument and use it against him or her. I hate Reagan analogies, not because I mean, I I, I grew up Ronald Reagan. Fan boy child of the eighties. But I hate Reagan analogies because they're from the eighties, and it just seems like the fact that we have to keep using him in two thousand eighteen is a sign of just how bad we have sucked it this for the last thirty years, right? You know, like for me a Michigan gear on, you know, now this is some nostalgia for me boat when favors from his tag lines, the team, the team, the team, and here's Jimmy when he was the quarterback for Bowen, his ladder years..

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"ten commandments" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

The Steve Deace Show

04:27 min | 3 years ago

"ten commandments" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

"It may sometimes it'll be instantly sometimes will be later on down the road, but look at the healthcare argument. For example, when Republicans attacked ObamaCare. In the last eight or nine years during its its legislative implementation face, they attacked politically under the guise. We can't afford it. So would that mean that ObamaCare? Let's say we weren't five trillion dollars in debt and printing money off a copy machine. Let's say we weren't doing those things. Let's say we had a real commodities based currency, and when the commodity runs out, there's no more currency. It's tied directly to that, you know, like a real economy and let's say we were running trillions of dollars deficits, but we were baseline budgeting in the black by that logic, socialized medicine is, hey show if we could afford it with that mean ObamaCare was moral. Now with that mean it's constitutional now, of course not, I know, but you've already given away your argument right? Because when you make the argument will we can't afford it. The single mom is being told by the Democrats, how can we afford not to? She can't get healthcare for her kids. You lost and lost one of the most heinous examples of this being violated. Are these so called fetal pain, bills or laws? Because you're saying yes, that thing in. The womb. Yeah, it can feel pain. So obviously there's some physiology there. There's a heartbeat there if there's a physiology there, that thing is alive, but it's still okay. It's still okay to murder in the womb, just so long as you maybe apply some apply some pain killers so it doesn't feel any pain while it goes. That is a heinous heinous example of this, and it has those those types of bills have wide support from a lot of people in the pro-life movement. You guys remember when things we talked about yesterday is a good summation bottom line summation of where America is at politically and culturally, is that the left as the cultural influence the right craves and the right has the political power that the left want. Right. But we also talked about that. Eventually whoever has the cultural power will then acquire the political power they want because that's where the true power lies is in culture. That's where you're tariff or Ming your existence. Is people your natural habitat. Well, one, one of the things we talked about in that conversation is we mentioned how many elections around the country Republicans are winning since Obamacare's implementation. Something like one thousand one hundred seven is the number Democrats have lost elections nationwide. Right now we have more Republicans in elected office than we've had since before the great depression. There are Republican governors will at least for the next three weeks in Illinois, he's gonna get cream Ron because he's a terrible governor. But you have Republican governors in Maryland, Massachusetts, Illinois. At the same time. In the last time that happened is when ward was originally hard on the beaver last night. It's like nineteen fifty, five. So Republicans are winning all kinds of elections, but are any of the arguments of -firmative Lee, the stuff we're four? No. No, none of them are all of the arguments are how much of what the other side is already done to clower Piven America. Are we going to a rewarding to permit to remain and how much more are we willing to tolerate? Those are the arguments. The premise of every argument is from their perspective every argument, no, no issue in America. You know what challenge me think about it for a second. Can you guys think of a single issue right now in this country that is being argued from our premise? Oh, almost nothing. That's why amac. Oh, does on Facebook said and rightly so in a more generalized sense almost anytime conservatives interact with the media? Yes, his premises, yes. I would've said I would've said maybe. I don't know two years ago maybe as soon as two years ago, the second amendment issue is still argued from from our terms that is, that might be the one that might be the one, but I think it's starting to slip away in some instances as well as you start to see. Well, you know, we need to have mental health checks to see who can purchase fire who administers those who determines what mental health. The people who are encouraging, drag Queen story, our those people know things. So even that issue I think is starting to slip..

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"ten commandments" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

The Michael Knowles Show

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"ten commandments" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

"You get a snow peas results and polenta fact results fact a leftwing fact checkers that's oh no you don't wanna read the daily wire that oh they're right wing you don't read the leftwing one instead that's better they don't do this for left wing websites they do it to two right wing websites youtube which is owned by google sensors all the time i mean we're constantly my episode last week i don't even remember what i was talking about i was talking about some democrat corruption and just cut off right in the middle they just censored they said we can't let this guy keep talking they constantly demonetized monetize conservative videos they constantly censor conservative speech dennis prager did a video about how you should not murder on the ten commandments series they said no this isn't suitable for college students no can't do it can't do it expect more of this to come obviously they've been pushing a progressive narrative for a long time at google now they're being vert about it they're admitting it it's only gonna get worse speaking of great things getting worse starbucks store ibooks going full homeless camp now so you remember earlier this month a black man was arrested at starbucks and this became a big hullabaloo and the reason he the police were calling i suppose he wasn't arrested the police were called and it's because these guys came in and we're just sitting at the table and after while one of the employees came up and said hey you have to purchase a product in were to sit in use our space you can't just sit here this is like a public park you've got a by product to be here they said no which are you kidding me you go how rude and ridiculous you go and you buy the product but they said no we're not going to some multiple times the komo say hey you know you're gonna by somebody said no they asked them to leave and they said no like barbie scrivener now i'd prefer not to not prefer not to so eventually they call the police and this became some big big news story as though as though it's horrifying that an employer that a store says you have to buy.

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