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"tyrian ism" Discussed on Knowing Faith

Knowing Faith

08:14 min | 2 months ago

"tyrian ism" Discussed on Knowing Faith

"I am not diminish named. Genesis is not asking the question. is or your? No. No my point is just that This is a really important question, but it's not genesis is not primarily concerned with answering it but I think that it is important for us to answer it as we launch into genesis. And to prove your point when most people start reading genesis they, they don't stop to go what was happening before the beginning right in saying and she's ready. The. Question to the book, start the Genesis starts realtime action with the beginning I mean. So you're already in the flow of it. So this is kind of stepping back and saying, okay well, what was happening before that actually started? So who was there? I mean They're a bunch of stuff going on. There are a bunch of people there. was there a big you know meeting talk about it with turtles way down who was there? Yes. So The way I understand it I think the way the Bible describes it is there was nothing everything is dark for was void try to. If you can nothingness like nothing nothing nothing nothing other than got. Got The. Only thing that there is got is the only thing that is a being that is in existence in he is entirely created actually had somebody asking me question the other day here at the church. I pastor now and they said jt glad you're here I've wrestled. This is a this is a kind of an older saints who've been walking the Lord for forty fifty years. And he said to me, he said agent at this intellectual question for the entirety of my walk with the Lord. Laird, God come from. In ease asking the question like who made godwit gut come into being, and that's a very common question in the Christian response to this is God didn't come from anything didn't start anywhere. He is the thing that is probably most distinct about God in this is what we learned last year in the apostles creed is that he is the maker he is the he is the one who has unmade. His created exists entirely distinctly enough himself in Trinidadian relationship father son and Holy Spirit. So the first thing we want to say before we even get into Tyrian ISM if you want to go down that path is before anything. got. Yup. Yeah. That's and it's pivotal because specifically when we're talking about who got is reference to these first chapters of Genesis, we often use the language of creator creature distinction right exactly, and that might be one of the most important distinctions. Bible makes in that we have in theology is that God is entirely. In of himself yeah. Absolutely. that. He is qualitatively different. Than anything else he is utterly unique. As. One of the ways when I teach this that I get people to sort of have this hit home as I say, right you gonNa make a chart and on one side you're gonNA. Label call them things that are created and then on the other side you're GonNa label it things that are created and then on the left hand side things that are created for you right? Right God. And then on the right hand side where you're going to write. Everything else like there's there's nothing that was not the did not That does not have got us its origin. Yeah. Yeah. So We. Start there with talking about God is Creator in Genesis clearly displaying this, that God is creator everything else is created but who is this guy jt? You mentioned it kind of when you were talking about that. This is trinity right God his father son and Holy Spirit, and so are we talking about three different gods up they're all discussing with one another are we in collaborating with one another are we talking about one God who has three different roles? Who are we talking about when we're talking about this God who is Father Son and Holy Spirit? Yes. I think there's just clues that are given to us in genesis some people like to go to genesis worn twenty six or the texts says, let us which shows some kind of divine plurality. There's lots of ways to to interpret probably better for us on suggest to go to the New Testament Charles spurgeon has analogy where he talks about God has always been trinity, but it's kind of like walking into a room where there's furniture everywhere in the old. Testament, the lights are off in a new testament. You're turning the lights on none of the furniture was placed there during the New Testament it was there the whole time, but you can now see it better. So canonical, it's actually probably better for us to to move our way backwards if God is if there's only one God. In he is trinity and that's what we see clearly in the New Testament in the churches confessions than that must be the same God who existed before creation, and so the way that we understand Trinitaria relations in the New Testament is that there are three persons in one God. Our definition for Trinidadian is is that God eternally exists as one essence in three distinct persons, each of whom are fully God yet, there's only one God so. Policy for a second. Could you could you go back and say our definition of the trinity is just kind of repeat that real slowly? Yes. So our definition of the Trinity is God. Eternally exists supposing there that he that's what we've just been talking about. He is eternal. He has not come into being he is the Creator and maker of all things. So so always been always will be it's right. Okay and and never will never came into existence never has ceased existing never will cease to exist Philip. Let's stop there. So sometimes, we'll say that means that God is Osei. Self existed. self-sufficient. Actually want to come back to this in a second because there's Horse that you guys haven't heard about yet. That sounds. I've been looking forward to. Hobby turtles from now on them. Great idea. So God eternally exists as one essence. This is a this is that God is not somehow intermingled or co mingled with his creation, but he is this one. God who joyful and happy. Inglorious enough. Yet is one God who is one essence eternally exists as three distinct persons or the that the creeds have used as hypotheses that they are they're distinct in their person hood but not distinct in essence. So everything that is true of the father and his son Holy Spirit in terms of their deity is true equally of all of them. So if God. The father, God, the Son and God the Holy Spirit, each of whom is fully God. So there's nothing that makes the sun subordinate or less. God like than the father, this is true of the Holy Spirit yet there's only one God. So we don't want to think of the three persons as three distinct God's. So when we're thinking about genesis one one. In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth. What the? Christian. Is. In the beginning. The. Trinity Created the heavens. That God the father creates all things through God the son. Colossians chapter one by the power of the Holy Spirit. Right. And we we even get some glimpses of this just right there in those first two verses right I. Mean You you you get a picture of the cooperative work. And it's important. We've talked a lot about this on the show before but this this idea, this doctrine of the three persons of the God head Do, working together in the act of creation or working one and the act of creation is the doctrine of inseparable operations right and it's not as if God the father. Was he's the one who created and then you know X. amount of years later, God the Sun shows up to redeem the world and then X. amount of years later, God the Holy Spirit shows up to be the presence of God among people know any one.

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"tyrian ism" Discussed on Knowing Faith

Knowing Faith

05:18 min | 2 months ago

"tyrian ism" Discussed on Knowing Faith

"Most people start reading genesis they, , they don't stop to go what was happening before the beginning right in saying and she's ready. . The. . Question to the book, , start the Genesis starts realtime action with the beginning I mean. . So you're already in the flow of it. . So this is kind of stepping back and saying, , okay well, , what was happening before that actually started? ? So who was there? ? I mean They're a bunch of stuff going on. . There are a bunch of people there. . was there a big you know meeting talk about it with turtles way down who was there? ? Yes. . So The way I understand it I think the way the Bible describes it is there was nothing everything is dark for was void try to. . If you can nothingness like nothing nothing nothing nothing other than got. . Got The. . Only thing that there is got is the only thing that is a being that is in existence in he is entirely created actually had somebody asking me question the other day <hes> here at the church. . I pastor now and they said jt glad you're here I've wrestled. . This is a this is a kind of an older saints who've been walking the Lord for forty fifty years. . And he said to me, , he said agent at this intellectual question for the entirety of my walk with the Lord. . Laird, , God come from. . In ease asking the question like who made godwit gut come into being, and , that's a very common question in the Christian response to this is God didn't come from anything didn't start anywhere. . He is the thing that is probably most distinct about God in this is what we learned last year in the apostles creed is that he is the maker he is the he is the one who has unmade. . His created exists entirely distinctly enough himself in Trinidadian relationship father son and Holy Spirit. . So the first thing we want to say before we even get into Tyrian ISM if you want to go down that path is before anything. . got. . Yup. . Yeah. . That's and it's pivotal because specifically when we're talking about who got is reference to these first chapters of Genesis, , we often use the language of creator creature distinction right exactly, , and that might be one of the most important distinctions. . Bible makes in that we have in theology is that God is entirely. . In of himself yeah. . Absolutely. . that. . He is qualitatively different. . Than anything else he is utterly unique. . As. . One of the ways when I teach this that I get people to sort of have this hit home as I say, right , you gonNa make a chart and on one side you're gonNA. . Label call them <hes> things that are created and then on the other side you're GonNa label it things that are created and then on the left hand side things that are created for you right? ? Right God. . And then on the right hand side where you're going to write. . Everything else like there's there's nothing that was not the did not <hes>. . That does not have got us its origin. . Yeah. . Yeah. . So We. . Start there with talking about God is Creator in Genesis clearly displaying this, , that God is creator everything else is created but who is this guy jt? ? You mentioned it kind of when you were talking about that. . This is trinity right God his father son and Holy Spirit, , and so are we talking about three different gods up they're all discussing with one another are we in collaborating with one another are we talking about one God who has three different roles? ? Who are we talking about when we're talking about this God who is Father Son and Holy Spirit? ? Yes. . I think there's just clues that are given to us <hes> in genesis some people like to go to genesis worn twenty six or the texts says, , let us which shows some kind of divine plurality. . There's lots of ways to to interpret <unk> probably better for us on suggest to go to the New Testament Charles spurgeon has <unk> analogy where he talks about <hes>. . God has always been trinity, , but it's kind of like walking into a room where there's furniture everywhere in the old. . Testament, , the lights are off in a new testament. . You're turning the lights on none of the furniture was placed there during the New Testament it was there the whole time, , but you can now see it better. . So canonical, , it's actually probably better for us to to move our way backwards if God is if there's only one God. . In he is trinity and that's what we see clearly in the New Testament in the churches confessions than that must be the same God who existed before creation, , and so the way that we understand Trinitaria relations in the New Testament is that there are three persons in one God. . Our definition for Trinidadian is is that God eternally exists as one essence in three distinct persons, , each of whom are fully God yet, , there's only one God so. . Policy for a second. . Could you could you go back and say our definition of the trinity is just kind of repeat that real slowly? ? Yes. . So our definition of the Trinity is God. . Eternally exists supposing there that he that's what we've just been talking about. . He is eternal. . He has not come into being he is the Creator and maker of all things. . So so always been always will be it's right. . Okay and and never will never came into existence never has ceased existing never will cease to exist

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What was Before the Beginning?

Knowing Faith

05:18 min | 2 months ago

What was Before the Beginning?

"Most people start reading genesis they, they don't stop to go what was happening before the beginning right in saying and she's ready. The. Question to the book, start the Genesis starts realtime action with the beginning I mean. So you're already in the flow of it. So this is kind of stepping back and saying, okay well, what was happening before that actually started? So who was there? I mean They're a bunch of stuff going on. There are a bunch of people there. was there a big you know meeting talk about it with turtles way down who was there? Yes. So The way I understand it I think the way the Bible describes it is there was nothing everything is dark for was void try to. If you can nothingness like nothing nothing nothing nothing other than got. Got The. Only thing that there is got is the only thing that is a being that is in existence in he is entirely created actually had somebody asking me question the other day here at the church. I pastor now and they said jt glad you're here I've wrestled. This is a this is a kind of an older saints who've been walking the Lord for forty fifty years. And he said to me, he said agent at this intellectual question for the entirety of my walk with the Lord. Laird, God come from. In ease asking the question like who made godwit gut come into being, and that's a very common question in the Christian response to this is God didn't come from anything didn't start anywhere. He is the thing that is probably most distinct about God in this is what we learned last year in the apostles creed is that he is the maker he is the he is the one who has unmade. His created exists entirely distinctly enough himself in Trinidadian relationship father son and Holy Spirit. So the first thing we want to say before we even get into Tyrian ISM if you want to go down that path is before anything. got. Yup. Yeah. That's and it's pivotal because specifically when we're talking about who got is reference to these first chapters of Genesis, we often use the language of creator creature distinction right exactly, and that might be one of the most important distinctions. Bible makes in that we have in theology is that God is entirely. In of himself yeah. Absolutely. that. He is qualitatively different. Than anything else he is utterly unique. As. One of the ways when I teach this that I get people to sort of have this hit home as I say, right you gonNa make a chart and on one side you're gonNA. Label call them things that are created and then on the other side you're GonNa label it things that are created and then on the left hand side things that are created for you right? Right God. And then on the right hand side where you're going to write. Everything else like there's there's nothing that was not the did not That does not have got us its origin. Yeah. Yeah. So We. Start there with talking about God is Creator in Genesis clearly displaying this, that God is creator everything else is created but who is this guy jt? You mentioned it kind of when you were talking about that. This is trinity right God his father son and Holy Spirit, and so are we talking about three different gods up they're all discussing with one another are we in collaborating with one another are we talking about one God who has three different roles? Who are we talking about when we're talking about this God who is Father Son and Holy Spirit? Yes. I think there's just clues that are given to us in genesis some people like to go to genesis worn twenty six or the texts says, let us which shows some kind of divine plurality. There's lots of ways to to interpret probably better for us on suggest to go to the New Testament Charles spurgeon has analogy where he talks about God has always been trinity, but it's kind of like walking into a room where there's furniture everywhere in the old. Testament, the lights are off in a new testament. You're turning the lights on none of the furniture was placed there during the New Testament it was there the whole time, but you can now see it better. So canonical, it's actually probably better for us to to move our way backwards if God is if there's only one God. In he is trinity and that's what we see clearly in the New Testament in the churches confessions than that must be the same God who existed before creation, and so the way that we understand Trinitaria relations in the New Testament is that there are three persons in one God. Our definition for Trinidadian is is that God eternally exists as one essence in three distinct persons, each of whom are fully God yet, there's only one God so. Policy for a second. Could you could you go back and say our definition of the trinity is just kind of repeat that real slowly? Yes. So our definition of the Trinity is God. Eternally exists supposing there that he that's what we've just been talking about. He is eternal. He has not come into being he is the Creator and maker of all things. So so always been always will be it's right. Okay and and never will never came into existence never has ceased existing never will cease to exist

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"tyrian ism" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

All In with Chris Hayes

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"tyrian ism" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

"That group, the speech seemed to be directed to joining me now is Senator Bernie Sanders, twenty twenty presidential candidate, your here's my first question. Why does it matter at the end of the day, the term, like the agenda, Z agenda, the programs had program, people might like it, they might not let your here, waving your finger at me? But what why does why does the term matter why even fight about it? Okay. I will. Oh, you why Chris, you know, I'm thinking that over the last forty forty five years, there have been twenty some odd elections, and every candidate who runs for office said, we need to improve health care, we need to improve education. We need to improve the environment, but not a lot happens today. The average American worker is earning in inflation accounted for dollars. The same amount of money as a worker did forty three years ago today. You have massive levels of income and wealth, inequality, three families. Owning we'll wealth than the bottom half of America. Why does that happen is that the candidates are liars? I don't think so not in most cases, medications they very decent people trying to do their best. But what we have to recognize and the reason that I use the term democratic socialism is because I believe that we need policies that protect working families and not just the. One percent. But in addition to that, it is imperative to understand why. So little progress is being made economically and that is, and I think my campaign is unique and saying this, if you want real change in America, if you want health capital, if you want real climate change reform, if you want education up a -tunities available for all we have got to take on the ruling class of America. That is Wall Street, the drug companies the insurance companies the fossil fuel industry, the military industrial complex and what I am saying is that I as president can't do it alone. The only way we bring about substantial change in this country is when millions of people stand up and fight for that change. And that's why I would campaign is called us, not me because no president about how well intentioned could do it alone. Let me ask you this. So, so one of the sort of touchtone point in the speech about FDR in the new deal and economic Bill of rights. And again, I would agree with you. That is critics call them socialist in by today's term, do because social, but if the Arden call himself socialists, the socialist of the time so that he was peddling pale pink pills. And he was basically a sellout capitalist. He probably did that for a reason. Right. I mean, that was a political judgment by FDR about his own efficacy. Why does the word matter more than the agenda because it is imperative for people to understand? Look, a lot of people are going to say a lot of good things, but for two reasons, I think the word democratic socialism is relevant because if you are serious about a defeating Trump's, what our Tyrian ISM which, by the way is an international phenomenon..

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"tyrian ism" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

03:51 min | 1 year ago

"tyrian ism" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"To drop by and bring us up to date on the latest news. And welcome back. Dave in Federal Way, Washington. Hey, dave. What's on your mind that they're not too much Tom happy Monday. Hey, the the worst thing I think Trump is done if he's more allies that's concept of the imperial presidency and the unit unitary -secutive, which is really just, you know, American political terms reporter, Jeff and. Yeah. And it really concerns me because if you look at the American political system as as a single organism you, and you look at it, and you ever Lucien airy sense. What we really need a punctuated equilibria like George Bush said George Bush is talking about five court. He could that tool. Does not apply to me. That is not a tool that is a law. Okay in laws should apply to all US citizens, including the president of the United States. And the problem is here. Liberal saying all the time, we need bummer stickers. And what's the other thing? They say we need bumper stickers. And there's another little mean liberals are always kicking around their concern me because what we're doing. We're emulating our adversary or adversaries Thawra -tarian. And this has staying power. You saw the article, but a blackwater Eric prints back operating in Iraq. And I mean what? All Trump needs is a hands down war that you can win to his political advantage. That's the only thing saving us right now. The Pentagon cannot find him one that will you know, Trump. I think politically he shot by about casualty. Okay. He doesn't want a lot of casualty. But if he gets a second term, he's not gonna care about casualty. And I think if he's if he feels like his backs to the wall, he's not gonna care about casualties. And I think he's going to be looking Venezuelan around. Yes in what we need is. If we, you know, if a liberal gets in there, they need to, you know, either like Jedi mind trick these conservative like rock Obama did or they need to simply what their drive and their ego and their campaign promises secondary to the wall. And we gotta get back to being a Republic. I mean, you know, state ESMA a state as laws what Louis the fourteenth famously or infamously said, I am the state president cannot be the state the Republican state this, and I would argue Dave that part of the problem is that since we stopped teaching civics back during the Reagan era when he initiated the, you know, under Bill Bennett's of the supervision of the education department. We basically started cutting funding to our schools and cutting, you know, standardized programs, and and you know. Federal assistance for particular types of programs civics was a big one that came out of the fifties. I think it was Eisenhower who really was promoting civics education. Certainly Jack Kennedy did and it, you know, we have people who are now in their thirties and forties, and certainly in their twenties of voting age who literally have never read the constitution. Who don't know? What is says don't how it works who don't who? Don't understand the, you know, the fundamental principles of a Republic or a democracy or the difference between the two or how they can, you know, operate together like they do here in the United States. Yeah. In Tyrian ISM. Unfortunately, like a cartoon the most of us..

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"tyrian ism" Discussed on In The Thick

In The Thick

14:36 min | 2 years ago

"tyrian ism" Discussed on In The Thick

"On. I have a sixteen year old and an eleven year old and they go to school and their school's kind of a microcosm of the country. You've got the conservatives. You got those who crazy you got the liberals, and you got those crazy and he got some in the middle. But she went back to school, my oldest daughter, and she said, mommy, people look at you. As a hero say really I was concerned because I don't want my kids to have to deal to hurt by what's happening over here by someone who knows better was should know better. Julio and we'd love getting feedback from our listeners, we love to share them with you too. So remember that listener survey we did a few months back. I'm telling you right now, we have read every response at it came in. And I wanted to share this one amazing response from non ass- listener from Queens, New York. Love the pacing the show the awareness of issues from a POC perspective. The relate ability of Maria and the divers guests the Buzek intro. And now tro are also great well tuned show. Thanks. And if you're in the thick try, our sister podcast USA this week on USA, the story of the Mexican mother and our long fight to get her kids back from the Boston care system while dealing with the trauma of surviving domestic violence and mental health. Subscribe to USA wherever you get your podcast. Welcome back to in the thick by Monday with my co-host Julio Ricardo why they let this week. We are so excited to be joined by April Ryan, who's of course, with CNN and is based in the White House. And also, I shall Rasco who's based in the White House for NPR. So let's get back to the conversation. You know what? One of my all time favorite political cartoons of the year is the one that came out right at the aftermath of the controversy. And it was drawn by Ed hall. It shows you April and Abby Philip and Alcyone door on a podium in the same way that the famous photo from the Mexico nineteen sixty eight Olympic Games. I should be titanium. You you have Tommie Smith and John Carlos lifting their fists in the black power fist of rage. But in this cartoon, it's the three of you lifting your mic with that black glove black power fists. But you know, what Maria what is soon as I saw that. I reached out to him. I said can I get the original? He said, Yep. And I bought it and is in my house. I'm getting ready to frame he gave me a little. I love to facing. Even though I was bronze. I'm the grandmother of all of these broads on now. I'm just oaken. Okay. So I'm the one we can have these moments right where whereas country we're witnessing these things in in some ways, we're pulling together. Right. Like that just that that one graphic of the three of you looking like Olympic heroes who are in protest. There's another issue that I worry so much about which is. How we handle thord Tyrian ISM and propaganda coming out on the White House. And so the listeners to this podcast know that I joke. I don't know if either one of you have heard this. But you know, I'm five things that this president doesn't like I'm Mexican. I'm an immigrant. I'm a journalist. I'm a woman and I'm flat chested. You didn't hear me laugh? You didn't hear me laugh? You did not hear me laugh. So this is like how do we you know, we are being structurally attacked as journalists as journalists of color, but there's something else that's going on which is the use of propaganda. The use of lies the use of chaos and the use of the dipping into a third -tarian tactics. So let's start with you. I Asia how are you kind of dealing with this? You know, it is. A challenge that all journalists right now are grappling with when you're covering the White House is how do you deal with things that are not factually accurate? How do you make sure that you're not just being a stenographer, and repeating what comes out of it and their questions, even when you try to fact check things which now most news organizations are trying to make sure even in their headlines this saying, okay, the president said this without evidence. Or you know, he says, but there's nothing to back this up. But even when you're doing things like that, you're still passing along that message, and you're still passing along misinformation. So there's a debate about how do you deal with that right now, though because of the world that we live in the president does have a platform when you're the president you have a platform, and whether NPR covers it or CNN or whoever somebody's going to cover it. Somebody's gonna put this out. There is going to be on. Facebook is go. Going to be on Twitter and people are going to get this information that the president is putting out there. So it is up to journalists to make sure that the actual facts are out there to make sure that the context is there to make sure that the history is there. So that people are getting an understanding of what's happening. But there's going to be a lot of noise. And I don't know how you really deal with that. Or how you change that? But I do think that's what makes journalism important is getting those accurate facts out there right in one of the one of the things I wanna point out is the Washington Post has been tracking a lot of what President Trump has been saying and mostly lying about and let me just give you one example as of October thirtieth, according to the Washington Post, President Trump has made six thousand four hundred twenty misleading or false claims that would be ten per day ten per day. And not only that like the lies is keep coming. They just keep. Coming and coming and especially during the migrant crisis more lies, so so April like, you know, they're lying. You know, they're misleading people. How do you even begin to do your job? What do you do? How do you react to all this? That's why you have to look at it for what it is take the emotion out of it. When I go before the president and ask him a question, or when I'm in front of Sarah, I can't worry about what they said about me before that's for when I get off work whenever I get off work because work is always is like always when you work the White House, but that has no place in that room for me. I have to be able to let it go and ask him a question number one. But when they are not telling the truth. The only thing we have on our side only believe the only weapon other than you know, those who are fighting legal battles. That's for them to do when our behalf, but our only weapon is truth and exposure of the truth that is our weapon, and I believe show. Shine a blaring light on those dark spaces that they offer. Yeah. And CNN. I mean, it was interesting to see when Sarah came up with the the climate change things legal, boom. And they come up with the fact checking rain live time here real time. I was like, oh, but that is a good way to do it. Yeah. And the problem is in I'm noticing this more more. I think these school systems need to go back to have civics classes, and and government US history classes because so many people don't understand the process, and they don't understand they believe anything that said. And there's not enough critical thinking we need to employ critical thinking when people are listening and watching because things don't add up. This is not a conspiracy theory in my opinion, the rush investigations from his own Justice department that is not a witch hunt. You know that access Hollywood tape. It was him. It wasn't anybody else. Talking about the tax grabbing the P were, you know, and people want to say that we are doing things, and they and they always want to say that they wanna throw it on Obama. They say the we're trying to. Make him back. No, this is what's out there. And if we don't cover it, we're wrong, if we do cover it were wrong, but information is what we have to do. Our only weapon is exposing the truth and then critical thinking, but we have to shed light in dark spaces or so April in particular that issue because again, this president's particular attacks about Latinos, and Latinas and Mexicans in particular. There's a couple of questions that I hear which are in this case, should let Latina journalists be more vocal more frontal. I mean, I kind of 'em who are you? Seven years old, and and I can say that Latinos should be more in their face. No, they should be a part of the equation anyway. But should they should they be pressing on those issues about the wall? Yes, they should because I'm gonna tell you this. Sometimes those front two rows have other items that they need to get out. And the wall is missing. So yes, I think that's what is important when people talk about representation in the press corps is that you have people who have come from different backgrounds who could. So you have those journalists who could be pressing on all of this talk. That's going along with the caravan and what's happening at the border. They could bring a different perspective. Even though I'm looking at it. And I'm you know, I'm informed about it. But it's different. When it's something that relates to you personally and is different. When you have maybe you've grown up in these situations. You you have family members. So you have a different understanding of it that you can bring to it. And that's a plus that you can bring when you're asking these questions that of course, will need a press corps that is more diverse. And that's always an issue. But what do you say to people who say I have said this in the past? I'm like a lot of time. You guys heard it you you heard it. I was very surprised by my own reaction to feel protective of the both of you because I'm all about the first amendment, and I'm all about fighting the power. So I'm like, oh my God. I to be protective. Appreciate that adorable. No. But it's a welcome welcome. We need that. But on the other hand, there are people who say that. There is something to be done in terms of a boycott in terms of an action in terms of day of no reporting, do any of those things don't start that boycott thing. Don't and I'm with April on that. Because for me, and I know that a lot of people on Twitter there. I was just boy fad don't go there. But I think to me that let's officials off the hook. When they don't have to answer the question. They're already not holding briefings on a regular basis, and that means that they are not going on the record about a lot of very serious, topics. I always go back to like the stormy Dan new stuff. The reason why we know that story changes because we were able to ask in briefings about okay? So what did he know about the money? When did he find out about the money? And so then you had Sarah Sanders saying certain things back then and then as time went on, and they were actually. Legal processes you. See there's a different answer. And now, they just try not to comment on it. But the reason why you know that changes because we were able to ask the questions. And so by not being there is like they don't they don't have to answer those tough questions that they don't want to answer. Okay. And that's for any administration. I'm going to say this. I don't think we are advocacy journalists. But what I am advocating force truth. Yup. And shedding light on dark spaces and of the press. I am so into freedom. Now beyond has a song from lemonade that freedom song. Oh, gosh. I'll listen to. Listen to. Girls. Yes. Run this. I'm not going to anyway. No. But let me let me say this. If we do boycott, let me tell you what happens, and this is real once we out of the they keep us out of it. And they don't have to have a they don't they don't have to have as White House. They don't want to. And once we give it up camera thinking my positions once we're out of the room. They keep us out. And not only that though there will only be a certain group of people that would protest or boycott. And then those conservative reporters would be the only ones in these outing what the White House wants them to say because they never challenge. Anything? There's offers a lot of ways. So I think that point money out that April is saying are you changing your position little bit? I feel like yeah. I mean, I'm really sitting here in deep thought, I'm glad we're giving you. I just don't want us as journalists as American journalists to be taken for a ride, and I feel like a lot of time. What's happening is that we're being taken we're being had. And that's what I'm talking about having some kind of strategic response. I don't know what it is. And so I do I am really in deep thought as I'm hearing this. I'm like, okay. Maybe I said the wrong thing. And I don't think it's wrong. It's a little bit more texture on we're trying to find trying to figure it out trying to find a way to figure this out together Maria, let me say this to you. I watched Twitter, and I watched what people say, I get reaction real time. And I get the reaction after a lot of us. Oh, you should boycott. But you know, what it would look like if we did. And you would be the loser. My thing is transparency with all the craziness is happening in this administration, and even beyond people need to be able to see what their government is doing or not doing for them with their responses are at the podium. I mean, I was shocked when Bolton came to that briefing room the other day and said what he said, why should I what we heard it and the nation. So there's a difference in us just giving people saw him say, I don't speak Arabic. I I guess I should ask you, why do you think I should what do you think? I'll learn from it. Access to that. Many in this room, speak Arabic. Do you want me to listen to what am I gonna learn from Maine, if they were speaking Korean, I wouldn't learn any more from it either.

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"tyrian ism" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

MSNBC Morning Joe

04:47 min | 2 years ago

"tyrian ism" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

"If he had just spent the past forty five years playing horseshoes and going out on the professional horseshoe circuit and put all of his daddy's money into a basic mutual fund. Amazing. He would be richer today and it'd be a lot better horseshoes. Yeah, you got that. Okay. Coming up this Senate Judiciary committee receives the FBI report on bread Cavanaugh with a key confirmation vote set for tomorrow. A breakdown of health things are expected to play out and is bent SAS emerging as one to watch morning. Joe is that now Don do not know that been says, I love Ben. No, he's he's, he's voting for cats. Now up Okay. guy. Yes, this. I'm wondering how how is death is changed you well, as put pressure. Kind of up my game. So vacuum is being left in the Senate when the right, the history of the Senate, John will be the first paragraph, Ted Kennedy, John McCain, kind of modern people. We were audio lodge. Opponents could find ways to move things forward on our side. He was the keeper of the flame. For the Reagan view, we make history. We are not run over by it America's values or strongest asset. Not our military count me and you've got Marco, you got sell, got a new generation sort of caney coming up. So the natural person to kind of keep that way of thinking alive is me because we're so close. So my side, I'm trying to fight back against isolationism native ISM. You know, if you leave them alone, they'll leave you alone at work. Senator Lindsey. Graham says he is best positioned to carry the mantel of John McCain. His increasingly vocal support of Trump policies is perhaps calling that into just a tad bit of question. Mike barnicle, it's that's gypsy. Lindsay says that because since John McCain's death. Most observers said that Lindsay has kowtowed to Donald Trump and just about every way possible even saying it's a shame that John didn't have more time to get to know Donald Trump he might have liked. No, that's actually there's more salt or and others who knew John McCain best. We'll tell you that actually would have just made John McCain hate Donald Trump. So even more, you know, it was interesting watching the clip, Joe, Jeffrey Goldberg, our friend, one of the nicest smartest people you'll ever come across very polite. Dignified set there, listening to Lindsey, talking about John McCain, mckanie axe McCain's role in life. And toward the end of the answer, Jeffrey is just staring at the floor as if to say, you know, I can't believe what I'm hearing from him. I don't know what happened. I don't think anybody really knows what happened. To Lindsey. Graham, John McCain is now been gone for several weeks and Wednesay has done a complete one eighty in terms of what he how views Mr. Trump and things that Mr. Trump does. It's I think it's mystifying to a lot of people. It certainly missed defined to me. Well, I tell you what if Lindsey, Graham decided instead of sucking up to Donald Trump if he decided to carry the mantel of John McCain forward, he said along with Marco Rubio and others. Well, that would be great. That would be great not only for Lindsey, Graham, it'd be great for the people, South Carolina who represents be great for this country and it'd be great for the world. It'd be great for those alliances Mika that people like John McCain and your father spent their entire lifetime trying to preserve trying to make the United States beacon against totalitarianism Thawra Tyrian ISM across the globe right now, at least over the last month. Lindsey, Graham hasn't been acting that way. Let's hope based on what he said, the Atlantic conference with Jeffrey. Let hope he makes the decision to move in in the direction that John McCain moved his entire life. Joining the conversation. We have former Justice department spokesman now on MSNBC Justice and security analyst..

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"tyrian ism" Discussed on Gaslit Nation with Andrea Chalupa and Sarah Kendzior

Gaslit Nation with Andrea Chalupa and Sarah Kendzior

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"tyrian ism" Discussed on Gaslit Nation with Andrea Chalupa and Sarah Kendzior

"A constant shots is we don't want to be in demand, but you don't wanna be in the man, you terrible. I mean that that was the thing know. There are also people offering the money. There are people that time offering me book deals in just kept saying, no, no, no. Like we have to actually fight like we have to actually fight for our democracy. Like I mean, everything I say, I think that people are going to be hurt. People are going to be killed. We are going to lose our rights and we have about two months to fix it. So I'm not interested in writing a book proposal for you right now. Eventually I did recently sign like a book deal, but that's partly because I see media's very likely to collapse. And so now I have the able to write the book pragmatic and a really horrible way which I think you know. But yeah, like I got no satisfaction out of this. I don't wanna be into manned for my expertise on a Tyrian ISM and how it applies to America. Like I'm a person and I'm a mother, and I'm a citizen, and I'm raising children in this country right now, and I can't afford to like get up and leave. Into that. I always say like where the hell do people go that they think is safe, but it's like, you know, I, I want things to change for the better because I want people to stop being hurt, and it's the most simple thing and I don't get why people don't grasp it. But yeah, I guess invite you applied that I wasn't very happy about the kind of that kind of attention to me. I'm glad people from work useful. You know, I'm I'm happy to talk to other people and if people get some sort of, you know, Solis or consolation from what I write them gratified or educated in some way gratified. But you know, I don't want like fame and all that crap, and I told people that street off as prioritize yourself, please. Now, you know, use the power you have now for people that are way in way more trouble than me. People like the the immigrants and Muslims stops at airport like, that's your priority. Your priority is not me. I will figure out a way to get by, you know? Yeah, no absolutely end, but I do want people also know as your friend is feels very protective over you. Admires you a lot because you have withstood years of harassment on the internet is being a woman with opinions on the internet and death threats in it's gotten terrible. It's a a lot of moments in your life, and yet you're still here, and yet your voice still matters in a very significant way, especially today. And I just think that's so important for our audience, especially the women in the audience to to be reminded of is that they cannot silence you unless you let them. Yeah, that's true. On the same time, I think it's like it's okay. You know, don't feel bad if you feel hurt by, should he thinks people say about you online? I don't think any woman should feel the sort of like I need to just suck it up. I mean, ultimately, I would encourage you to try to just suck it up and keep going because your voice matters. And I hate the fact that women have removed themselves from public debates because of that harassment. Inci always try to back the women who are being harassed. I try to show up for them and. Support their work in support their voices. But yeah, you know, I do want women to. It's just it's the world were dealing with. It's the cards were dealt..

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"tyrian ism" Discussed on The Conspiracy Farm

The Conspiracy Farm

11:36 min | 2 years ago

"tyrian ism" Discussed on The Conspiracy Farm

"Again, so because of the fact that it reappeared they call it the younger dryest because there was an older dryness that happened about three thousand years earlier that essentially the same thing happened or is an older dryest and a younger dryer. So the younger dryest was the shift and it was associated with a lot of other things too in in the interim since since that time. And initially it was well, is this a phenomenon that's only. Here in Europe or is it all over the world? So basically two studies have shown that the younger dryest was global in extent it's affects. We're not necessarily felt uniformly everywhere in some places, it was more intense than others example, North America, but it was definitely a global signal. And so it lasted about thirteen hundred years. And so it appears now from the research of of Richard Firestone Alan west and James cannon, and Malcolm Lecompte, and all of these other scientists that are now part of the comet research group. It appears that something extraterrestrial happen, but trying to sort out exactly what it is at this point is still challenge because the signature of this event is is a lot of ways very strange and in the critics of the idea have have seized upon this fact that there are these these almost in the inconsistencies in in the signature. In other words, there. Looking for a clean signal thing, right? Yes, it was an asteroid of this type was a comedy of this type in. It's not coming clean it. It's showing. In fact, some of the critics have said, well, what you're talking about is some kind of a Frankenstein monster, and, and, and therefore, you know, we're going to dismiss it. I on the other hand thinking, yeah, we're looking at something like a Frankenstein monster, but put his very real because of all this other stuff that happened at the same time. You know the the melting of the ice sheet is very difficult to explain the the, the decimation of the great mega fought didn't have it that the planet, particularly, you know, in North America, think about this Jeffrey North America. At the end of the last ice age, there were more species of large mammals than you find in in Africa today. There were four. Let me think about this who who released thinks well, you know, not long ago, four species of elephants in North America. You just don't think about that kind of stuff. Our previous guests, we were just having just. Had on of natives. Bob way, said the exact same thing before we went on air that, you know there were different species levels of of these. These these mega. Say it again Pat and they were all much bigger. Yeah, exactly. Exactly. They were huge. Many of them random. Sorry as he gets to, we're going to get to obviously the more research. And you said you have some more information that you've uncovered that you wanted to talk to us about as we get into. And as you know, science begins to get into what happened in this area. We have a gentleman by the name of J Harlen Brenston the nineteen twenties who first starts crashing the notion that there was this almost overnight cat Tasker fee in this region. Tell me if you don't mind the role. His research has on this mega flood on the scab lands on the younger dryness, and he was one of the early pioneers and there's way more research that we're going to get to that confirms, you know, kind of the cause of it. Talk to me about the contribution JR Harlan Brent has to this conversation. Oh yeah. Jay, Harlan. Brett's was a central figure in this whole thing, although his work in his own mind, he didn't relate it directly to the younger dryest because for one thing when he was doing most of his work in the nineteen twenties thirties and forties, even into the fifties, younger dryest was not yet a thing with only later now that we may be trying to connect these things. However, what what breath did do was he broke the the, the mold, if you will, in the sense that the unit, what I would call the uniform carrion mold because that was the Dopp the dogma of the early twentieth century in the late nineteenth century was that everything happens slowly and gradually and uniformly one drop of water, one grain of sand at a time. And if you deviated from that bottle of global, change your a heretic, and which interesting when you go back to the to the founding days, if you all of the great founding fathers of geological sciences, pretty much all of them were. Catastrophes until we get to the mid mid nineteenth century, and we find Charles Lyle and James play fair and Hutton and that that particular group basically were the ones Hutton was the one who came up with the idea of gradualism strict gradualism and Charles Lyell is the one who really is more responsible for getting it instituted as part of the academic version of earth history that was established by the late nineteenth century. So now you have a couple of decades go by. There's no dissent from the idea that everything is extremely slow, and then you have Jay Harland. Brett's come along. In early nineteen twenties, and he publishes this paper nineteen. Twenty-three in which he proposes that the feature in south eastern Washington called the channel, scab land was formed by these gigantic mega floods that had swept over the land in alternately down the Columbia River and out into the Pacific Ocean. And basically he was skewered by his contemporaries. Although interestingly, the journal of geology at the time had a very openminded editor who was willing to publish heretical ideas like Brett's. So Bretches work did get published, and there's a whole series of papers that he did from nineteen. Twenty-three up. Actually, his last paper was nineteen sixty nine. And so basically what he did is he spent all of his summers traveling with with some of his students, graduate students back and forth on foot and by automobile, mostly back and forth over south eastern Washington, documenting the evidence for this gigantic. Flood or flood that time. He was still thinking single flood, and he was tributing net single flood to some kind of an inexplicable, rapid melting of the glaciers immediately to the north that were covering the Canadian Rockies and British Columbia, but he could not provide a 'cause he couldn't provide a other than saying, well, there was some type of rapid melting and then his critics came back and said, well, there's no agencies that could could trigger that kind of that stale of rapid melting necessary to produce floods on the scale you're describing. So therefore there were no floods, and that's pretty much word stood for for quite a number of decades until finally, the work of a another geologist named JT party who had been working in the mountain valleys of western Montana when his work got brought into the discussion, it made Brett's work seem more acceptable because what did. Was looking in these mountain valleys in in western Montana. He had seen evidence that there'd been a huge body of water there and actually in nineteen ten, just just out of graduate school. He did his first paper and it was called glacial lake Missoula, and he described what he saw there, which was the floors of these valleys had lake bottom sediments which are very distinct. And then on the hillsides mountainsides he found shorelines and the shoreline say in the area around Missoula Montana where almost two thousand feet above the valley floor because of the proximity of these shorelines to Missoula and Missoula being perhaps about in the center of this complex of lake basins the the flood, the the lake got named lake Missoula there. Therefore, eventually the floods that were the result of lake Missoula draining or call them Zula floods. But. The idea was that there was a large glacial dam in northern Idaho. If anybody listening to this actually wants to pull out Google earth or pull out an atlas and look at the maps, you'll see this in northern Idaho. There's a big, beautiful lake called lake pond rave. And at lake pond array, there was a, there was a low vikes come out of the mountains of British Columbia, and the idea was that this is blocked the westward flow of the Clark fork river causing this massive body of water to tobacco behind it over six hundred cubic miles of water, which is on the scale of some of the Great Lakes, you know, lake lake superior. And India's at the water rose up behind this ice dam until eventually reached a depth of two thousand one hundred feet. And at that point, it broke through the ice dam and all of this water drained out over eastern Washington, and that provided the water for breakfast flood. So in geology, you gotta understand in the concept of uniform Tyrian ISM. It works like this. Here's what you do. You make detailed observations of processes that are going on in the world today that we can see. And that might be a river eroding its Bank. It might be wind blowing dunes across the desert. It might be the effects of a heavy rainfall. It might be a landslide volcanic eruption as soon NAMI, anything that we can actually witness today and then take that those out surveys and extrapolate backwards into the past. And that's the uniform uniform -tarian concept that the president is the key to the past, and it's an very powerful, diagnose. Tool for understanding events that happened in the past. However, it became dog my in in the sense that I mean that anything that could not be explained by media reference to something going on today was excluded, and so that included breath floods because nobody had seen anything on the scale of Brett's floods in the modern times. But then when the ice dam theory came along geologist able say, oh, wait a second. We can see that today because if we look up an ICeland or Alaska or British Columbia, we see that there is dammed lakes and those ice dammed lakes could break through their ice dam, forming a catastrophic flood. Never mind that the largest known modern outburst floods like this from from failing ice dams are not even a thousand volume of some of the Missoula floods. So basically because of that, the idea being, okay, now we can explain these floods as a result of an out a glacial outburst floods, and now it became academically acceptable to talk about it, and this was nineteen nineteen, fifties, nineteen sixties. And eventually Brett's with given the Penrose medal, which is the highest medal awarded to geologist I believe around in the mid eighties, he was about ninety six years old. I think when he received the medal and his one comment after receiving it was that he really appreciated getting the medal. But he was disappointed because. Yeah.

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