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"tim keller" Discussed on Reformgelical

Reformgelical

06:39 min | 5 months ago

"tim keller" Discussed on Reformgelical

"My Gosh, the feminists are gonNA come after us for that one that's for sure murky is I signed a deal to CIA agent Joe recruited him that did not happen. But you would never know if it did so. It's pretty secretive about things are they not? All right. So I want to go to our high tech section of Jellicoe. We're going to show video and I believe it's GonNa work I believe. I figured out how to share sound. And eighty. If you don't hear this just flag down and then we will end early and not. Have a whole segment of the show. It happens I was given this. Clip by Tim Keller from two years ago two, thousand, eighteen I didn't realize that old but I think it's still relevant and so I wanna go through this and there's a lot of things that need to be critiqued here and I know he still believes this because it's consistent with tweets that we're dealing with today. And World Show, and we'll get into those tweets whilst. Yeah. Let's pull this up here that. All right. I'M GONNA go eighty if you want me to stop at anytime during this like. You know. It's a pastor was talking for Norwegian. Man, who had just moved into his community and wants to his church. And at one point, he heard the pastor talking about the fact that. we were we're all complicit in creating this narrative, the black people are dangerous et Cetera, and so we're implicit in this afterwards, the white, the Norwegian Kevin. No had nothing to do with it and and my. Way Devil. Vikings shown at pretty much proven that if you have white skin, it's worth a million dollars over life. Over Saudi who doesn't avoid skin? Happens how do I stop this? You. Technical difficulties. If you have. Skin right now historical listen. Okay Let me just. Like listen. Let's just be honest like that is white supremacy to the nth degree white white, skin. is worth a million dollars. That's something that's quite a claim. Yet it is. Proven this he said, but it's like this is going to an crazy level where Norwegian, white people are responsible for American sins American racism American racism. Yes. So let's this is this is the narrative that he's talking, but let's not call it. A narrative narrative is to kind this is the delusion that he's spreading here. So. White Skin has been proven. He said pretty much proven. To be worth a million dollars over a white person's lifetime over and against a black person. And even if you're from Norway and immigrated here last year. and. You're fifty or one hundred who cares you can be any age. You are actually still. Part of that system that gave that gave everyone else a million dollars in America. On the backs of black people. Yup that's quite a claim. And So I. Like watching this. And the first my first thought was why as a pastor of price Are we even talking about this. Believable. Just, Go back to the Gospel Coalition and be Gospel centered. Don't you would we will. Don't you remember this from proverbs. White in have a million talents. It's a good question though look Matt Matt Matt listen this stuff is allowed to be talked about right. But. As far as I'm aware that against him Keller is not qualified to decide that studies have proven this number one that's not is not what he does. He said it was a friend pastor that's anonymous that set it. Off. To `ambiguities so he can't get blamed for it from. His friends passer pretty much proved it. Just. Proved it. Proved it but you're right though like wh what at first of all what does this have to do anything? I have no idea and I don't even know why it's necessarily a bad thing biblically. Well, there you go. There you and this is where this is where let's can you finish the clip maybe he'll explain. Okay. I'm just going to let it talk about that. I, think we have a minute left. I'm GonNa let it ride because I'm not even sure how it stopped at. Apple's say I didn't deserve this. And also I'm to some degree. I'm the product of thing on the shoulders other people who got that through injustice. So Says yes, you do you do. Involved injustice and even if you didn't actually do it therefore, you have a responsibility not just to say, well, you know maybe if I get around to it, maybe we can do something about the poor people out there. Now you're you're part of the problem if you do actually let your. Responsibility be shaped five hundred of American individualism. Asians I think I would say the same thing you know what I would say the Norwegians The fact is that Asians and Latinos. And African Americans because of the background because of the the history difference you actually are coming in at different levels. Stop there. Okay so Okay. So there's obviously more is just a clip. So maybe he explained himself more but but you this this think about what we would take to prove this kind of stuff right and to prove that it was a problem and to prove that there was some kind of an injustice because let's say that white skin was worth a million dollars you just get a million for being a away person over time. You know what I mean just you didn't earn it. Well, that's true. You didn't earn it. So let's just let's just give it to him. He the million dollar baby you're white you come out and you're you got that Pale white skin red when you first come out like. You get a million dollar million dollar baby. Okay. WHO'd. You. White. WHO MADE YOU WHITE Yeah. Exactly. Right WH. Why? Why? Why are you shaking your fist at God if God made you the million dollar.

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"tim keller" Discussed on Reformgelical

Reformgelical

06:51 min | 6 months ago

"tim keller" Discussed on Reformgelical

"What I'm about to say is not me saying therefore vote Republican you don't have to vote for either party Oh course but when you are aligning or making allowance for the ability to vote for the Democrats who like we said kills babies indiscriminately and some politicians minds the governor of Virginia after birth in fence aside like after birth, you can kill them. To people taking God out of the pledge of allegiance taking God farther away from our country. To having, Bill, Clinton in your conference in your convention wall, the Jeffrey Epstein pitchers were coming out of him with minors and young girls and all this stuff. If, all of these things still make you think that you can rationalize and make an argument for voting for Democrats Christian. You're blinded by dollar tree. There's that's the only that's the reason it doesn't make sense to us. It's because you're blinded by idols and you need to repent of those that is the only reason that you are acting. So foolishly is because you've been made dumb by the idols, your worshiping, and just like I said, voting for Democrats or the critical race theory thing it's a sin issue and you need pence of it man yeah man you're not acting rationally you're not. You're not seeming wise you're not fooling. People you gotTA repet-? Yeah. Yeah. Nuts. It's very true. It's very true. It's it's all kind of interconnected always like making room for more and more wickedness essentially within the church All of it is is doing that Marxism staff that critical theory staff, the abortion stuff it's never it's never for some reason it's just never actually we need to revisit being a little more strict on some of this stuff it's never that it's always making more room for perversion essentially and It's sad meme isn't that the exact same pattern of sin in our own lives that we have a little bit of sin? Sin? Never. says. We're good with just pitchers a porn. Maybe we should go back and just watch game of thrones. But it's Oh. No. Now we need the next step and isn't this the exact same pattern that we're seeing the national level like don't you recognize what sin is doing it grows and grows and grows it takes more and more and more in causes more and more death. And there's no rationalizing with it, there's no plane with it. There's no like we could justify this little bit of sin like it needs to be cut off. And we're not doing it. You're absolutely right. You're absolutely right. The last thing I wanted to go to a comment kind of relates to this is the WHO was I think it was Betty and that's all I'm going to say because I'm not going to you know dino out don't do it Dr. don't I'm not GonNa Talk. Three. Women have been taking the woke starter pack for a long time from Beth and her gang and I just wanted to make this point again because it's kind of been on the background lately but this is all the same fight. They are all steamed team they're integrated. They have the same objectives because it's not any individual thing. It's the power grab that they're going after. Yeah you're absolutely right. It's it's. It's. It's all the same goal in it's to fundamentally reform the entire thing into. I. Don't know the world's image. Whose image they want reform into but it's it's basically what what do they call it breaking down all the hierarchies, all the hierarchies, and it's just like ants biblical but. Now that's anti biblical because those hierarchies were created by God and a lot of cases, the ones that are tearing down. Our family government churches. Glued concrete institutions I want to end on a little high note because you know this was kind of a serious reform. Joel, how do you feel that you had an episode with medicine where the world is blew up with great means of Internet this week it was fantastic. Now memes were really good. Oh, I've seen some good means. I've seen some good video cuts that one video cut where. was like. That was a good one. You know there are a fan of yours because he'd like combined the Eric Mason and the ghostbusters videos and other. To good that is good and then somebody today there's a video my video today where I said I don I don't I'm not a big fan of Bitcoin, I prefer gold and somebody. Somebody made a video where it goes goals goal. But it's stuff. No, it's. It's. It's. It's I'm glad that those means are taken off man listen those memes are more powerful than you know people are going to be like a, where does this come from what is this about and more people are going to hear that sermon than than than would have otherwise you'd look at his numbers it's it's really they're really not that good I mean I think I think that sermon was probably the most popular seventies ever had talking about thousand views something like that and like not much you know what I mean. So the memes have gone way I in the sermon ever could, and I personally want to draw attention to it because. It's a very good wakeup call sermon for people that didn't haven't really paid attention don't really know what's going on. They'll get they'll get. They'll get woke from that sermon in all the right ways you know what I mean. That's that's a pretty intense when I think that the one after the the one last week was even better for that like the parking structure or wherever he was wherever he was. Yeah. Yes. So like you know I'm not going to do a video series on that one, but it's it's good. It's good that people are seeing this. It really is because here's how I hear someone good Calvin s right. People that see that they're going to be fooled by it. Nothing I can do for people like that. But the people that see it and they're going to say, wow, like this is how far it's gotten and they're going to realize that Eric made connected to all their faves and it's going to mean something to them. It's going to be like, how did this happen you know? Yeah, and I think that's a good reminder. We're not responsible for the results were responsible for faithfulness be faithful. Be Obedient. Truscott, with the results, that's all you need to do Amen Amen good stuff man are yeah. Great show eighty. Thank you so much of guys please over subscribe on Youtube help us get to that thousand mark so we can be a D. monetize. Absolutely yeah monetize we'll be demanded time. We Wanna be monetize, and demonetizing the same day right over to peak on dot com slash reform Got It right on the first time. Saying good night for before Radia myself have a good night. We'll talk to you next week audios..

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Black Lives Matter: Federal agents fire tear gas at protesters in Portland

This American Life

00:56 sec | 7 months ago

Black Lives Matter: Federal agents fire tear gas at protesters in Portland

"Agents fired tear gas at protesters in Portland, Oregon, early this morning after declaring an unlawful assembly outside the federal courthouse there. This after a judge denied a request by Oregon's attorney general to restrict federal law enforcement actions. At the same time, the Trump Administration is vowing to send thousands of federal agents to quell violent crime in other cities, including Albuquerque, New Mexico, Mayor Tim Keller says that's more of a political move than one for public safety. Just because of the president's own words. So the day before he announced this, he explicitly said he was targeting progressive mayors for the campaign and was trying to connect that to challenges with law enforcement. The Albuquerque mayor says the city welcomes partners to fight crime, but he's concerned. About the potential of federal agents going after protesters are immigrants.

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"tim keller" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

07:59 min | 2 years ago

"tim keller" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"In New York City. I was just asked me what church you go to and you re you name, the famous redeem or people Tim Keller's church. Well, it was never Tim Keller's church, but we get the idea. But also now Tim Keller has left he's doing his own thing. And he's there all of these redeemer churches out there. Some of them are not predominantly Korean. I want people to know that that's a joke. I had to leave because I'm non Korean. No, I guess the fact is that it's now a movement across the city. So when somebody says, they go redeemer, I don't even know what that means anymore. There's a hundred churches around the city, but you are also involved in a church in Harlem that relates to this issue. So tell us about that. For the last few years. John hill Baptist church on one hundred twenty seven three and Die Woche right in the harder hall, two blocks from the Apollo theater and over my time there had opportunity to build a relationship of former offenders, and it's it's really fascinating on the one hand talk about this as a policy issue. Secondly, when it's a human being in your face over lunch or dinner having a conversation about what he needs in order to flourish and thrive, and that's been really life changing. It's just a wonderful thing. I think bond Hoffer when he was up in union in nineteen thirty he went to all the kind of mainline Protestant churches, and he was totally, you know, disappointed disgusted, and then his friend Frank Fisher. Who is an African American from Alabama said, hey, why don't you come up to have any in Baptist church? And he goes up to that church. And he sees something completely different. He sees a community that is alive to all of this stuff. They're not. Just doing church. They are they're living there being the church, and so they're involved in all kinds of stuff, and obviously it's important to do that. But you're saying that the church that you're visiting up there. They are interested in this. And they've been working with you. Well, yeah. Because the church is situated in a neighborhood where people end up in the system. Right. And so what happens is that you find people who because of relationships and care and affection. They have interest in making sure that people thrive when they when they get out and you begin to see what their real needs are. And you begin to see the levels of broken that that that predict people getting into the system and the ways in which the church can really intervene and keep people out of the system. Well, this is the key. The local church is the key. I mean, there's no doubt about it. When I hear you talk about this. And I think part of the problem with Manhattan, I'm teasing about redeemer stuff. But there's something very non-local about much of Manhattan. Not Harlem, not the boroughs. But you know, you go to places people come and go, they they lived in Manhattan for few years, and they go off here they go there. You don't get that sense of locality or neighbourhood in a way. But obviously in Harlem, you do and obviously round the rest of the country mostly you do people have a sense of community. And I don't know where we're just reading the day. But that that people think about the church as the first solution that this is the place where we have people on the same page. Illogically say we won. To help these people. What can we do? So I mean, if somebody's listening right now, they go to church, Texas church in Indiana or wherever they are listening. What is something? They might do. Great question. So there are arranged issues. The first is adopt orphans. Wow. You mean, actually, adopt orphans, adopt kids. Yeah. If you look at the predictors of juvenile delinquency in deviance, it's fatherless-ness. It's just that Simeon. We actually in actually if you think about who's in prison. It's it's it's primarily a community of men who didn't have good fathers. Okay. Now, why we're living in culture. You know this. We're living culture where we don't talk about this. I mean, we had moynahan talked about this fifty five years ago. He wrote his report on the breakdown of the black family, whatever. And even then people gave him pushback like we don't want to get into that. And all these years later, you realize unfortunately, it's true. Well, you see internationally. I do I do some some some work in Belfast. And if you look at the housing projects in Belfast eighty percent of kids born outside of wedlock. Yes. What same same same issues? Right. High crime a lot of deviants watt of Ross and the and the issue with fatherless-ness, right? So it doesn't it doesn't really matter. If it's urban Chicago or Belfast Tokyo whenever you have the family. Right now. So this simply adopting orphans alone. What have a massive influence? Yeah. Good. No. I'm just saying we can just complain about this or we can do it you. Sure sure, we can adopt or I've also encourage twenty-somethings in the city instead of instead of spinning Sundays having brunch for Instagram purposes to actually spend their Sunday's mentoring some high school Susan playing basketball that I had to say drought. Having burned for Instagram purposes. Yeah. But that is why these are these are these are not hard solutions people need time. People people need people to spend time with them and to care for them. It's really just that simple. That's how we that's how we implode this issue in this country churches in in New York City that have this these kinds of program set up. So rather than say like, oh, I'm going to spend time with an orphaned. But there's a program in the church that might connect me with an orphan or with some young kids or something. Sure. I mean, you can you can sort of go through the traditional adoption route. There's a great program in the Bronx called community connections for youth, and it basically partners adults young with young people to sort of help them process through the system or keep them out when they get out the kind of help them return back to community. So I I would I would recommend that program. It's something to look at as a model of what can be done in a local neighborhood. It's just a funny thing because you know, people that you funny, if you don't recycle or if you litter or if you smoke, they look at you funny. This thing called cultural pressure. It's got we'll do with the law, you know, cultural pressure. And if it becomes part of what it means to live a full life to to have your hands some place in this to be to be doing something in this. You know, we'll talk about wanting to make goodness fashionable this goodness. This changes things, it's very very dramatic. What we can do if the church would wake up and understand that. It's not about, you know, going to bible study, or whatever it is those things are important, but God forbid, they keep us from helping human beings. We're gonna be right back. Final segment with Anthony, Bradley, the book is ending over criminals, -ation and mass incarceration hope from civil society civil society. That's us. We'll be right back. Are you overwhelmed on able to think clearly or sleep well at night or just trudging through each day, but not really enjoying your life? I'm a counselor with faithful counseling. Feeling distress. Can sometimes be because you're wrestling with the problem? It seems too big or too impossible to overcome other times. People are consumed by past hurt. I'm part of a network of Christian counselors,.

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"tim keller" Discussed on Around the Horn

Around the Horn

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"tim keller" Discussed on Around the Horn

"You're right and high with two points. I did take those points back tried to get out your door that commercial break. Tim Keller show the last night, tectonically shift to college football landscape. This was a seismic shift. Tony we've spent years exalting saving exalting, Alabama, rightfully so as the greatest of this era, and maybe the greatest of all time with those five championships they've put together. But now you kind of step back and look at the last four years to national titles for Alabama to for Clemson fifty five wins for both teams in that time. And Clemson with the just the thrashing last night. You look at the youth on that team. You look at the fact they play in the ACC which is sorry easier to win than the SEC west. And you say it's either a two team world now or it's clemson's world. So there's been a major you call it seismic. What do you call it Clinton Yates? I would say it's a shift to the only other option we knew it could possibly be which is Clemson beyond that what we got to see was a culture situation from Ned team from Davo that is actually somewhat likable. You don't have some guy scowling around the sidelines making everybody feel like they're barely worthy of his presence. Davos, the guy who apparently have fun even though I don't agree with. Every single thing. He does he handled the Kelly Bryant situation. Well, when it comes to the transfer of that versus Jalen hopes hers dabbled to me just looks like a guy who makes college football fund in any way that coach can was way different situation. You would call it a cultural shift to the landscape of college football, very interesting. Kevin blackstone. Well, this is just merely a pendulum swing. I mean, I think I think Tim touched on it. They have gone back and forth with this championship trophy each of the last four years, which is why I wanna see a fifth in rubber Mets and see who really is the king of college football in this new era. But this just meant that, you know, for this particular night that Clemson got the best of them. They got the best one particular on defense on still waiting to see Alabama's offense do something in in the last forty four minutes of a game. That was unbelievable. But you know, what they've also made a shift in terms of talent Justin was stolen, right? I Alabama is knows in Alabama. When the few times that a top rank play. Has gone from Alabama to pause for a second. Kevin Blackstone said just this particular night. It sounds like you're saying this is just one night and one game Frank. How do you respond to that? I think the ship probably happened when they won their first national championship under Davidge Sweeney. And maybe we didn't acknowledge it enough because really Alabama has dominated college football. But like to mention both teams after four years fifty five and four and when Clinton talks about the cultural change when Alabama loses it's a lot like New England losing well their way of doing it. That's over with was Alabama their players having fun when they won the last two national championships. This is one game. We tend to be the prisoner of the moment here, Clemson is outstanding Alabama ally show wants back in please go ahead. Yeah. I mean, I just look at these last three the three times they played for the national title over the last four years to Shawn Watson and Lawrence averaged more than four hundred yards passing and rushing through ten touchdowns and one interception. They have owned this vaunted Alabama fits for a while. We kind of ignored it said Kevin Blackstone Frank sold. Her underselling thrashing that we saw last. I let me ask it. This way was the difference bigger talents or coaching or was it the culture. Like, you suggested Clinton aides because you had those guys. I mean, it was so great after the game guy taking the microphone from Davis and recruiting with coast players. I mean, I think that's what you're getting to the point. Leesville? You wanna come to program? You gotta worry about your coast. Karoo? Go ahead Clinton Yates. What was the biggest difference last night in the domination? You saw I think the biggest difference was that the talent led to the coaching disparity being extremely wide at this point. I mean, listen saving doing that fake kick..

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"tim keller" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"tim keller" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Fritzy's had some correspondence with Tim Keller show around the horn star who led us to believe that he was going to wear the Dan Patrick show sweater. He would try on today's show around the horn, Tony rally green lit green lighted that for for cash ought to be able to do it. What was the correspondence with Callan show to me? She said actually not blocked yet when I was concerned about Madison saying, no you can't wear that. Stay tuned. Exclamation point. All right. All right. Little teaser there by by TIMMY. They're going to double the ratings. Like, I'm going to. I'm going to send our millions right there to watch around the horn. Well, I, you know, Dan nation is already responded via Twitter. Okay. All right. Yeah. Is it is it ugly? Let's be supportive here. Until until Cal Shaw doesn't wear the sweater. And then we turn on him guys. Okay. For the time being let's say nice things about Keller show, that'd be a nice little gift. Become a nice little subtle shout out to the show, and you the audience, you know, those kind of things. Yup. One of us have to wear like an around the horn onesie or something on our show as a make good. I would have no problem with what are you guys doing that? Absolutely. What he paid socks? I would do that to you know, what I'll get a little chalkboard and put it over here. Right. Oh, my shoulder like Woodrow page. I'll do that. We dressed in dressing festive tomorrow. What do you mean? Let's Friday meet Friday. It's our last show last time we dressed up for Christmas holiday break is. I think two years ago, we were like pajamas and so forth. And we did the hot guy draft that date. Okay. All right. Just a and great show. Yeah. And what's wrong with that? Well, I'm going to be festive tomorrow. I know what you're wearing. Really? Do you do, you know, my sweater that I'm wearing I feel like okay? All right. You might know that do you know what else I'm wearing tomorrow? That's all I'm wearing too. Merry christmas. Just wearing a sweater tomorrow. I'll be an extra early. JT in Charlotte. I j t what do you have forced today? I Dan I t. Just wanted to give you the truth about Cam Newton. I'm here in Charlotte. Okay. November twenty eighth. He does a press conference and says he's playing the best football of his career. They lost a couple of games at that point. And then they kept on losing. Really, I think with the press conference when he said he's playing the best of his career. That was his words really thrown his defense under the bus because they were starting to lose. Then it was obvious that he couldn't he was terribly inaccurate. And now the sudden shutdown is shoulders hurt. Done really all add up. Okay. Do you think that he's going to have surgery in the off? Do you think that there will be more to this injury? So once the season ends, do you think that we hear anything more about this injury? Because if you're saying that he's making it up. Just pretty much. Yeah. Yeah. I don't see it that way JT because I'm looking at the throws that he can and cannot make and there's something there. So unless he's got this unbelievable ruse that he's pulling on people Cam Newton cert is I truly believe that and go back to the Pittsburgh game. I believe it's T J watt who hits him in the shoulder. And I don't know if he's been the same since then apple and remember the game where I came from about seven weeks ago where he couldn't throw a fifty three yard jump ball to the end zone. They brought in the backup quarterback when it a snap all season to throw the you'll hail Mary pass. They brought Cam out of the game. Protect to shoulder. That's all to keep the ruse going..

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"tim keller" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

AM 570 The Mission

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"tim keller" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

"One of the top thirty questions Charles in America's even Christian. Why are you doing this? And until this event explain is all about is all of the grid Charles apart heritage sitting that's a great Christmas hymns, and as a hymn writer, I kind of thing which I pay every year to finish my year. What I believe? Regret to the face Christmas three gas this year, or as you said those guys each one of them is so special. Tim Keller took time for many many years ago and said, you know, about the importance of New York and New York as a world, and he says, you're gonna learn so much you're going to you're going to be hard. It's going to be tough. But it's going to be such a a reward over the last five years our love for the city, as you know, is like absolutely nothing else, we do and that it's just something. Our organization are utterly committed to into every year to giving times this wonderful play. And and and an each year as as you say bringing legends every floor this ten kindly lending, his voice voice for the September. Bursary was just been so much this and Dan. Who says there was great? It's guitars coming to Carnegie Hall performance. I think paired on a major stage for the first time I was trying to teach you they joined together the conference this year. What's been really cool to have them in the second half us ten does each of his as readings are sorts ours region saucer done preceded with an instrumental sailor attitude, she in just doing this. Yeah. No, really magical. When you talk about the how music and its Ross that it can really bring glory to God, I think of people like John Petrucci and Phil Keggi at the very peak, maybe the world's greatest guitar player. Maybe the world's greatest bass player and to be doing what they do with that level of excellence together in in support of really a whole room full of people singing, these great Christmas hymns, these Christmas carols and friends. I don't want you to miss this. This is an it's a little bit earlier this year in New York than it has been in years past it's on I believe what the thirteenth.

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"tim keller" Discussed on Around the Horn

Around the Horn

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"tim keller" Discussed on Around the Horn

"I think Joe men gets a bit of a bit of a hard time because he have so many ways to make, especially when your team isn't scoring that many runs. So I give a little break and you're giving, I I thought thought they they was were on the other. going to say he gets too much of a pass. No good shins with the media and so forth that, okay, you want to make a ruling on this game. And then I'm sorry if you watch this baseball game, it was an exciting game. You had all the non air air in right field? Yeah, Desmond getting thrown out on a play that matter. You had the hug between second and third, which is a massive play in this game. They got reviewed incorrectly and the situation with, hey, we're getting punched out at a huge moment of the game. There was a lot of stuff that went on in this game. If you actually like baseball, that was fine. Not to mention gore, getting on base stealing a bag. When the guy's got more stolen bases that he has played appearances in his career. There was a lot to like here tonight. One game specific situation are agree with black entirely. It was a fun one for those of us who stayed up to watch. I mean the length of it. Okay. Yeah, it was long. We get it, but with any potential hit deciding the game at any moment when you're an extra innings, what more could you possibly want? I want to do it all top see on the cubs here though because you were talking about their expectation. And also I was really Jeff passan's column today and Yahoo a player somewhere who is using an ipad. During the game, the team that that has incredible promise in the youth and Javier buys Wilson controllers, but then also has some missing pieces here. What what's wrong with this team Clinton's. I figured it'd just can't get hits in big time moments. They played in more one run games than a lot of teams in this league, and they've lost more. You only seen the laws were the Orioles for God's sakes. So think about that when you talk about how well the cubs in the clutch moments, I don't think he'd get rid of Matt in the who are you? Gonna get is the question. I always ask me about getting rid of managers. I don't know that there's that was the day that he becoming back. What now for the cubs Tim Keller show? Well, I Well, mean. I mean, look, things blew up on them with you. Darvish was there big off season signing last year that went terribly, maybe Cole hamels is resurrected. His career, maybe he'll stick around and do something for them, but they gotta find a way they have the bats. They have players who are good hitters, Kris Bryant, and his injuries and things like that, they'll they'll get going next. You wouldn't overreact to this year being let down after last year being let down after the World Series from from two years ago real quick. What do you know? Just a morsel here for us a preview of Rockies brewers. Go ahead. Well, you've got an MVP candidate in are not only at third base. Another MVP candidate shortstop, Batman, and Robin story and our an auto Blackman on all starting centerfield. They've do have the bad sit, didn't awake it last night, but they scored ten on Sunday, twelve actually on Sunday. This is a great hitting team even on the road and you saw with free and Marquez. They've got to the best young pitchers in all right. I mean, it's the pitching staff that does it. I think for for this year's team, maybe even. More. So than years past, maybe their offense came slightly back down to earth from that altitude, but the pitching's big, right?.

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"tim keller" Discussed on Relevant Podcast

Relevant Podcast

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"tim keller" Discussed on Relevant Podcast

"You like to talk to tomatoes squash, Cam. If you like to add, which was for the drop out, drop broke. Twos of we gotta show for you. Show. Sensory. Vegetate. Sweet man. That's actually really good. There is no purpose to that. There's no purpose to that. It's not good art. It's not gonna be listened to widely. It is literally just to make Christians and their mid thirties laugh success. So. Listen to a widely. It went viral. It wasn't too. I'll be humming it all day. And Michael, what way? Not in like a worldwide way, but in like a what we see on our personal Facebook's. Away. Settle down energy, Anne. Look, I'm not being edgy, just fun. It's a nice song. Next. Next any come up with this idea and she was dropped her own. Worker. He's been working on the McGinn remix and this guy beat her to the punch vegetables. Thanks care about that. Now. Wow, somebody took over my role. Show are so dumb. This week, Justin Bieber show that he's reading Tim Keller's the meaning of marriage. He was recently spotted leaving a hotel with a book under his arm. And when the paparazzi asked him about it, he showed photographers the cover, which was the redeemer church founders book about facing the complexities of commitment with the wisdom of God when announcing his engagement to model Haley Baldwin a few weeks ago Bieber road on Instagram, I promise to lead our family with honor and integrity, letting Jesus through his Holy Spirit guide us and everything we do, and every decision we make, I think that's in the forward of the book. I think at this point I'd be surprised at the not reading. It doesn't have description irrelevant. I mean, he's hanging out with, he's hanging out with Carl and Judah and the, you know, the passers that are frequent samples on our platform. You know, he's reading. Yeah, we did. We did and I looked and I actually reshare it before that book was released. We were the first ones run like a thing with Keller about it. And so obviously reshare that beeps if. You want to give a few gifts of ships subscriptions. Do your band or something, you know, please can I say something to Justin because I actually heard about this and it bothered me greatly in a very specific way because Mattie, toxic. Justin. Tim Keller actually did a series of sermons about the meaning of marriage, and you can download those for free. And then he made it into a book that you're reading. The sermons are much much better. The book is very good. The sermons are masterful. I really want him to listen to the sermons. Instead the book is sort of a complementary piece. So if you're listening Justin, I, I'll send you the link just text me. Are you actually telling the truth, sermons that much better in the book? Because I, I've read the book and I liked it. They're both wonderful, but the sermons are just particularly special. He did a series of sermons on it and it's, you know, it's basically the book is a more organized version of it, but the sermons had a lot of content that the books that the book does not have was just really struck a nerve with a six year old book here. I saw that I was like, no, Justin. If you marry Haley, Baldwin, you gotta listen to the sermons. I think one of the wisest things a person can do is prepare themselves well for a season of life. They want to be in this. Why Jesse does ninja come on. That's right. I did. I texted Anne. I texted Eddie and Cameron one day where I was at my local rec center and they were doing a light saber fighting course. They're almost went in there and just dominated those nerds..

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"tim keller" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"tim keller" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"This show as a dark days came upon us with tim keller's election and i'd like to remind people have a couple of things japanese internment during world war two these camps came under who fdr you're talking about the socalled greatest presidents of all time the liberal patron saint of democratic politics and bobby know what's the most frustrating thing is it's just you cannot it's impossible to deal or to reason with democrats it's all about emotion and and demagoguery and just i mean it's it's out of control i mean you see people at msnbc crying you see uh congress people crying and the keller killer is just the tip of the iceberg i mean there's no way i mean and it's another frustrating thing is that this all started under obama back in twenty sixteen there was the there was an outcry by the courts that it was it was inhumane to have the kids in there with their parents locked up with their parents so the separated them and under obama it's okay i mean even interviewed a well guess senator from wisconsin there look in two thousand fourteen when we had the influx of thousands and thousands of unaccompanied minors they were all in the care of the federal government when they came across they were detained if you will they were living in government facilities just like they are now and there were some family separations and that also happened under george w bush in previous administrations now the trump administration says flat out happening it was happening a lot more often under the current circumstances than previous administrations but it was not on precedent but now they've signed the executive order to stop the family separations but they continue with the zero tolerance policy and now that's what is in humane two four three thirty three thirty three they're going to keep moving the goalposts but there's there's the debate over immigration is always emotional but to stand there and compare what is happening with these kids and how they're being treated by our government to that of the holocaust it's.

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"tim keller" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

05:21 min | 2 years ago

"tim keller" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"And there's about three hundred sixty teenager teenagers who were being held there in that a holding facility now but albuquerque mayor tim keller also santa fe mayor alan webber were there also big city mayors like new york city's bill de blasio the mayor of of los angeles as well but that's one thing because look even if they ultimately realized and they wondered why they weren't getting access they were denied entry so they could visit these kids first off their mayors this federal facility they don't have any jurisdiction whatsoever they can't demand anything now with members of congress showed up like they have been at other detention facilities mainly in texas they're giving the grand tour with absolutely no problems whatsoever but the mayor's weren't happy that they weren't allowed into this facility but even if they ultimately realise the the kids they're they're demanding be reunited with their parents aren't the ones there anyway then it's like well okay but when albuquerque mayor tim keller got up to speak here's his wife spoke as well and she was very emotional but i want to play for you what they said from start to finish so you can have the full context and then you can also hear the moment they compared to the mayor did compared to what's going on now with the holocaust and today my wife and i the first city of albuquerque wanted to come together as parents because we are carrying the heartache and we are carrying the anger every parent in our city i think our country and around the world carries good fortune last night kiss are two and four year old and before they went to bed down here npr appearance that keeps the babies even ours been apart and forced to say goodbye with all the figures stay with the broken families his country and all over this world who have risen up to fight for change to fight for reunification into begin the long process to fight for healing the trauma and the pain we stand here with what's behind us to say that is absolutely incomprehensible what is happening in our country right now on the border and i know we tried we told our four year old that we were coming down here she saw some of this she sees the children and they're caught with their silver emergency blankets and she asked us to take them some of her stuff in which is what we have here today that one christmas i remember just last year and for us how we did not have the heart to explain to her what is actually going on here but didn't have the heart to tell her that it's not just stuffed animals i guess it's hard to explain what actually is going on here at this facility when you don't know yourself parents and how could how can anyone explain this to a four year old that's because it's wrong these are dark days in america especially in aborted when we hear our leaders echo language that sounds eerily similar here we go to jim crow to internment camps to the holocaust there yet when we see our country take actions that literally betrays basic humanity darned days these are dark days when we have to either be here with you today when mayors from all around the country have to stand here and tell our federal government what they're doing is wrong we are coming together and we saw what happens when we do that we are coming together across this country we are coming together across cities across states and we are coming together across parties and we know what happens when we do that we start to see change even though it might only be in words only we know that we actually can make a difference if we keep this up and that's why together we have the power to stand up and say that indefinite internment is wrong under any situation and we are not stanford america dot indefinite either ever has been that these families have to be reunified we have the power to stand up and say that we have to help these kids we have to help them with a triangle that they've been through the end to help them find their parents once again i believe that's why i am so proud of the mayors of everyone in america everyone who is sharing their voice because we are starting just the beginning to make difference we are starting on a long road that might end several years from now but it's going to be around that makes us a country we believe in.

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"tim keller" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"tim keller" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"Engaging with our law enforcement officers also at this about all right so albuquerque mayor tim keller yesterday in a grand signing ceremony at city hall signing the resolution to make our kirke a sanctuary city two four three thirty three thirty three one of the arguments that have said that tim keller makes along with other elected leaders of sanctuary cities around the country is that being a sanctuary city actually make you a safer city not a more dangerous city do you buy that argument we'll continue with your phone calls here in a moment the one thing i did want to follow up with the caller we had right before the news when he said anyone who voted for tim keller thinking it was conservative and it's like stop right there i don't think anyone who voted for tim keller thought he was a conservative last last fall however previous to becoming mayor tim keller certainly with the positions he held a state senator in the international district but he was one of forty two up in santa fe you can you even though he was a very vocal senator he was dealing with a lot of issues at the time up in santa fe certainly make it appear that he's moderate and same as state auditor i mean when you're state auditor the numbers are the numbers right so you can really come across as looking for a but anyone who thought as a chief executive that he was going to be modern i i've known tim keller for many many years i liked him and he's been on my show many times i mean i knew he was going to be very liberal once you have the opportunity to be a chief executive and that is certainly turning out to be the case to four three thirty three thirty three michael.

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"tim keller" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"tim keller" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"A bunch of commercial free dance parties from from upstairs and other stations and that dark place somehow number one show knowing it is a tim keller junior show brian suit filling in for tim keller junior and next year we'll i'll get to this the the tough workweek of of gavin newsom but wrapping up our walled wall marijuana coverage for four twenty here we haven't actually gone through here's here's the rest of the report from channel five ktla they're down at a pot shop doing a live hit and guess what people are still didn't want to be are you guys going to be spending your four twenty snack i got to say i don't know this reporter katie leg channel five does great work but you're in a pot by the way when did they stop being called head shops when it was legalized i guess but not just where you get the pipes is that what it is water bangs waterbucks you're in a pot shop everyone is stone four twenty how do you think they're going to stand there yeah do some rock climbing happy for twenty guys and since a lot of people that are going to be out on the streets maybe guide a motor vehicle or get some our get some instrument hours in your on your twin beechcraft today we just want to talk about some of the safety measures marijuana use recreationally it's very similar to alcohol you have to be twenty one and over you can't smoke while driving you have to can't smoke in a public place and you definitely cannot have an open container i smell people vaping we'd all the time now.

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"tim keller" Discussed on Around the Horn

Around the Horn

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"tim keller" Discussed on Around the Horn

"Well from a certain perspective the guy shot eight hundred sixty four that is tied for the lowest round at the masters ever so as a performance on any given single day there's a great argument there but also do feel like the columnist protest too much i mean tim keller show you can't you can't have it both ways like very your double down on the hot take you don't retract that hot take have been triple down on another would know that was the road even if there was a point very underneath all of that self protection jackie speed speed did was incredible except for he didn't win and that's what it's all about at the masters who ends up winning on the final day and tim should know that that's why he's in the lower end of the one loss column on our petite themselves go ahead good ears you brought him up this all speaks to my whole point on patrick read here because all those things you guys said about him we didn't know a lot of people didn't know going into they didn't know even in that fourth round they probably knew afterward after reading some stories here but the true golf enthusiast might have but we didn't go in there thinking oh we don't like patrick because of this in fact i think what they probably said was well the wiretowire thing jackie said was super impressive well that's what's boring to them we want a little bit more drama that's why this jordan speed comeback not only wasn't incredible comeback shoot a sixty four to get there but we know him he finished second first second top ten in his first four so why wouldn't we want that drama so yeah i think on sunday he was the better performer anybody wanna talk tiger woods we've got we've gone a full seven minutes without tiger woods nobody wants to let me say they back to not being back or maybe a sixty nine on sunday makes you go back to thinking he's being back back like stone.

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"tim keller" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"tim keller" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"And now we have city council members including breadwinner and others that voted in favor of this that are breaking their of office and by the way his hand was on the bible that doesn't even matter anymore two four three thirty three thirty three are you glad that we're going to become a sanctuary city here in albuquerque or more of a sanctuary city i'm curious what you think about the oath of office does it really mean anything anymore to anybody i wonder because i heard tim keller say don't hold the constitution and the laws of the united states of america i heard it i heard that what's the deal with that i'm curious to what you think about that two four three thirty three thirty three is the phone number i'm puzzled by this i really am these people take an oath office in the first thing they do is want to break the laws or ignore the laws is a better way to term it maybe i'm going to what's going on i'm just not going to help them and force their laws even though i said when i took the oath that i would i know jim's answering the phones but i want him to bring up that mayor audio again can you bring the mayor up again the mayor can can you bring up tim keller again jim oh yeah bring that up again i wanna play it again.

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"tim keller" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"tim keller" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"Not received confirmation on that but based on other salaries in the previous administrations in for city attorneys again this is a new at the deputy city attorney so lower on the on the on the pay scale but we anticipate that would be um a sixfigure salary job and that job is to focus on immigrant rights protection among others now immigrant rights protection means illegal immigrants tim keller uh during the campaign made no secret that he is a an advocate for what he calls immigrant friendly policies most of us refer to them as a sanctuary city policies san francisco's a sanctuary city santa fe in into mexico are capital is a sin sanctuary city and when tim keller becomes the mayor tomorrow albuquerque will become a sanctuary city tim keller has made it very clear that he does not want law enforcement in albuquerque cooperating with federal immigration of 40s letting them know when they have someone in custody who is an illegal immigrant do not cooperate do not tell them that is by definition sanctuary city and now he is higher hired deputy city attorney to fight for those causes and i'm just simply asking you folks do you believe that becoming a sanctuary city makes albuquerque safer tim keller made that comments that state bent several times during the campaign illegal immigrants he says are fearful of sharing information with police officers right now and albuquerque because they might be turned in themselves and face deportation so they're not going to cooperate with police officers and investigations do you believe that being a sanctuary city actually helps reduce crime back with your calls in one minute on the switch though 507.

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"tim keller" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"tim keller" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"The turnout was higher than advantage twenty years and we did it twice and that just shows that albuquerque's ready for a change i will albuquerque clearly ready for a change or lease voted that way last night as tim keller beats dan lewis four mayor sixty two to thirty eight percent a huge huge landslide win and of course any candidate the wins by that much will la utter the mword mandate uh and so tim keller we'll get to all work uh actually guests started today but we'll see how long it takes that the transition team to actually get things going out in the directive tim color wants to take them i can tell you folks you're looking at a sanctuary city in albuquerque you're looking at uh possibly uh have that sick leave ordina of some time return i think you'll hear rumblings about a fifteen dollar minimum wage more regulation bigger government probably increased taxes not just for a public safety but for other things uh i think that your uh you know again if you're if you're four those things if you like those things i think tim keller is going to bring those things to the city of albuquerque those aren't the things that i vote for um but i do want to find out why you voted for tim keller especially if you voted for mira berry now we've had a couple of independence call already say idle like either side and i understand that but if you're voting for policy instead of a candidate if you're voting for what you believed to be the right direction to go i don't get how you can change from basically one eighty from one election to.

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"tim keller" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"tim keller" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"The albuquerque police officers association endorsing mayoral candidate tim keller the union made that announcement yesterday the endorsement comes after eight p away reps say they talked to all the candidate over several months the union released a statement yesterday explaining their choice they say keller as their candidate because they think he will change the leadership in a pd will raise officer pay to bring in sorely need it recruits and work with officers and the justice department on a different approach to apd's reforms and a settlement agreement a packed house for last night sandovol county commission meeting on a controversial oil and gas ordinance now proposal would let oil wells and gas wells be placed within seven hundred and fifty feet of homes schools churches in hospitals in fact it was so packed at last night's leading that the fire marshall had to turn people away but a lot of residents attending that four hour meeting did speak out against the planned they said they have had no input on it and many think allowing drilling that distance from where they live in congregate will negatively impact quality of life job opportunities and drinking water commissioners voted fourtoone last night in favor of publishing the measure to get public input before their final vote october the fifth the albuquerque police department says it has found the body of forty one year old john salako they've been searching for solutions corp since mid august when a friend of this is reported that he'd been shown of foetal ofce photo rather of soyinka's mutilated body the men that showed him that image for threatening to kill him if he didn't pay a drug debt the man matthew tressler told police he was beaten and hit with a baseball bat several times translate eventually convinced them he didn't know anything about a drug debt and they let him go men who allegedly beat him are now under arrest in their facing numerous charges albuquerque mehraj a barry signs and measure creating a vacant an abandoned houses task force it will prepare a list of.

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