21 Burst results for "Wheaton College"

The Media Comes At Charlie for His 'Church and State' Comments

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:24 min | 3 weeks ago

The Media Comes At Charlie for His 'Church and State' Comments

"I saw you went viral for saying something about the church and state being mixed together. Can you please elaborate on that? Yes, so we were interviewing congressman Jim banks. You should go back and listen to episode. It's pretty awesome. And he was talking about how the Biden regime is exporting atheism worldwide. And I'm going to read exactly what I said, and I'm going to allow my words to hold itself. So this is from mediaite who they said Charlie Kirk, the bag of potatoes. That's what they call me. Who runs turning point USA erroneously claimed the nation's founders wanted religion and government mixed together. They did. He called the siloing of the two, a fabrication contrived by humanists. Speaking on his program, he said that, quote, there is no separation of church and state. According to the founders, that is correct. And I said, quote, it is derived from a single letter that Thomas Jefferson wrote to the Danbury baptist convention. He said referring to a correspondence in which Jefferson a founder endorsed the idea quote of a wall of separation between religion and government. I said quote, of course we should have church and state mixed together. Quote, our founding fathers believed in that, we can go through the detail of that, the established literally a church in Congress, which is true they established chaplain's offices and prayer rooms and religious ceremonies in Congress. And so immediately the media responded to this never giving me a chance to reply. But there was one very smug person who's a professor from Wheaton college, which used to be a really good place and is now a complete woke and unfortunately increasingly godless institution, Wheaton college. By the name of Miranda yaver, doctor Miranda yaver. So she tweeted something at me. She said, good thing Charlie is not taking my constitutional court law course or else he would fail. So I responded, I emailed her, and I said, hey, do you want to come on the show? And we could talk about this. And we won't debate it. I want to know your thoughts and I'll tell you mine. And because I know a fair amount of history and you're an important person, you're an associate Professor of political science and you're supposed to be super smart. Why don't we have a conversation about this? And so then she says, quote, very smugly and arrogantly, hi Charlie, if you enroll at Wheaton college, you're more than welcome to take my constitutional law course. In the meantime, I suggest that you read the First Amendment.

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"wheaton college" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

05:31 min | 2 months ago

"wheaton college" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Our guest New York Times correspondent Ruth Graham says the episode is far from an isolated case. She writes that the issues dividing the Republican Party today are creating tensions within white evangelical churches across the country. Pastors who won't embrace Donald Trump's views are facing criticism, losing parishioners, and in some cases leaving the ministry. Ruth Graham is a Dallas based national correspondent covering religion, faith and values for The New York Times. She graduated from Wheaton college and previously worked as a writer and reporter at slate. Ruth Graham welcome to fresh air. Thank you so much. You write about a pastor in Fort Smith Arkansas, Kevin Thompson, who delivered a sermon in the fall of 2020, which would have been right in the middle of the Trump Biden presidential race. What did he say in this sermon? This is a pretty standard sermon that you'd hear in an evangelical church. It was about the gentleness of God. But he made one reference in the sermon that stood out to a couple of people in his congregation. So he was drawing this contrast between God as a loving and accessible figure. And just sort of comparing them to earthly celebrities as remote and inaccessible characters. And he just made a quick reference to, I think, Oprah, Jay-Z, and then Tom Hanks. Just to sort of draw this contrast in an understandable way. And several congregants afterwards asked him by text message and phone call. What did he mean by that reference to Tom Hanks? And one of them raised the possibility, sort of suggested that he obviously didn't care about the issue of sex trafficking. He was completely confused by this at first, but sort of pieced together that they were being influenced by QAnon, a piece of the QAnon conspiracy theory is that Tom Hanks is part of this ring of Hollywood pedophiles. So it was kind of a wake-up call for him, one of a couple of wake-up calls that his congregation was really being influenced and listening to voices that he was having a hard time figuring out how to reach and how to respond to. Kevin Thompson had been at his church, the community Bible church for a long time. And this little episode is reflective of a rift..

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Who Is Controlling the American Church?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:36 min | 4 months ago

Who Is Controlling the American Church?

"Who is controlling the American church. What if I told you that the federal government had infiltrated parts of American evangelical Christianity? Well, Megan basham from the daily wire has done some amazing investigative reporting on this and research Megan. Welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Thanks so much for having me, Charlie. So Megan, tell us you had an amazing video that I watched and I wanted to have you on the program. So build it out for us. How was the American church really infiltrated by left wing COVID narratives in the midst of the last two years? Well, you know, we've done a couple of extensive reports on this and they were all kind of condensed in that video. And it really started at the beginning of COVID when the federal government dispatched Frances Collins to he was the head of the NIH, the national Institutes of health, Anthony Fauci's boss, and he was dispatched to convince evangelicals to stop being resistant. And he's been very clear and on record on tape saying, I was sent to deal with evangelical resistance to lockdowns to mask mandates to vaccine mandates. So he went into churches. He had a lot of really strong relationships with what you might call the elite evangelical class, some very well-known pastors like Tim Keller, Rick Warren, and stetzer at the Billy Graham center at Wheaton college, Russell Moore, who was then head of the public policy arm of the largest Protestant denomination in the U.S., which is the Southern Baptist convention. So just a really influential people. And he drew on those friendships to do interviews, podcasts, where he was presented as the strong Christian brother. To come on and give advice on how and why to submit to all of these COVID rules. And when he presented these things, he didn't do it just from a medical point of view. He, along with these pastors, presented it as this is how you show your love for Jesus. This is how you obey the gospel. And that was really something that they didn't just say, look, we're presenting a scientific point of view. Here is one scientist you might want to listen to. They didn't present any counter points of view from the scientific community, but that they really punched it up with if you want to love your neighbor. If you want to obey Christ, this is how you do it.

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"wheaton college" Discussed on Kottke Ride Home

Kottke Ride Home

04:03 min | 4 months ago

"wheaton college" Discussed on Kottke Ride Home

"Seas. While adding evidence to two theories that ocean worlds are commonplace in the cosmos and that scientists can not always explain how their existences are possible. And Jeffrey Collins a geology professor at Wheaton college, who was not involved in the study, told gizmodo via email quote, I've seen a lot of bizarre things on the surfaces of other worlds, but right mons on Pluto is definitely one of the weirdest. And this study interprets it to be a volcano, but perhaps we need to throw out some of our earth based notions of what volcanos look like when we're talking about ice volcanos on Pluto. This is definitely one of those findings that yields a lot more questions than answers. And also makes us question the extent of our imagination in conceiving of how natural processes work beyond our own planet. Once more, it's unclear exactly what processes in the depths of Pluto might have produced such a scale of cryovolcanism, it's possible there's a deep network of fractures below the terrain. One that has since been covered up by the oozing and hardening cryo magma. The new discovery suggests that although it's frozen, Pluto may be very far from dead and inert. In fact, the tiny distant dwarf planet may have a lot to teach us about cryovolcanism. One big takeaway from all of this never.

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"wheaton college" Discussed on Mega

Mega

05:04 min | 4 months ago

"wheaton college" Discussed on Mega

"Oh, it's a treat and a treasure, well per usual. I'm joined by my co host. He's the youth pastor for our high school ministry called climax. Please welcome gray. Jesus is The Rock and you smell what he's cooking, Halle. How are you? Blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. How are you, my brother? I'm really, really good, Halle. Well, I mean, I am a little bit nervous right now, because I've got all my teens who come to climax. Many of them are seniors and they're going to be finding out whether they got into college this week. That is stressful. What are some of the frontrunners in terms of colleges? Well, many of them want to go to Bible college because it's easy. Many of them will pay you to go there. If you get a degree from a Christian Bible college, you get a job at a Christian organization. They basically have to hire you. So I'm just really praying for good news for a zoo's biola moody region basin fluffed in hump day old prick and ham, taints, piss hand and Dumbledore. Are those the names of the colleges? Oh no, those are the names of some of my seniors. They all want to go to Wheaton college. Oh, sweet and awesome. I hope they get in? Well, they will. There's basically a 100% acceptance rate, but to Wheaton college as long as you've committed a drug related felony. What about sex crimes? Totally fine. Washed into the blood. Okay. But otherwise, this is pretty big news Halle. I have been spotted in the background of this new Hillsong documentary that just came out. Which is really exciting because a lot of people have been sending me messages that they saw me sort of standing behind Carl lentz when he was preaching at the consecrate conference from a few years back..

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"wheaton college" Discussed on The Academic Minute

The Academic Minute

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"wheaton college" Discussed on The Academic Minute

"Today on the academic minute michael berg professor of psychology at wheaton college explores the factors behind such decisions when news of the cove in nineteen pandemic. I swept the united states. Many americans seem receptive to following the guidance regarding how to stay safe in virus free however non compliance with preventative measures was at the heart of it spread. What leads to such behavioral decisions. My research partner linda linen. I created a survey to examine patterns in the relationship between people's health beliefs and behaviors. We wanna toy. Identify the factors that were most strongly associated with falling prevention guidelines at the outset of the pandemic we examined participants reported likelihood of engaging in behaviors designated by the centers for disease control as critical for the prevention of cove in nineteen at that time more than anything. The key factors that were associated with actively participating in preventative behaviors. We're how severe people thought the illness was. And how much faith they placed in health officials and additional event that appeared to persuade people to take the pandemic seriously was local school closings respondents levin communities where schools are being closed saw the pandemic has been more severe. And we're more likely to follow cdc guidelines. It appears likely that messages intended to calm the public per reducing the perceived severity of the disease may have inadvertently changed both perceptions and behaviors leading some people to take fewer precautions. The other merging factor was the degree to which people view doctors and scientists as influential in their health. Outcomes are research indicates that the more people believe such individuals play a meaningful role in their health. The more likely there to listen to them so messages were political. Leaders appeared to undermine health officials and organizations like the cdc also likely heard engagement and prevention behavior..

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"wheaton college" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:42 min | 1 year ago

"wheaton college" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"To eye. Very no good guy. Very no bad guy. There's only you nd a way. Just disagree. Welcome Back America. I'm Q Q. N. Disagreed. Yesterday with Ed Steps, sir. And a Compli Hey, is a dean at Wheaton College, runs the Billy Graham center there and has written a piece and U. S a today on What he believes has to be a so called reckoning within evangelicalism about President Trump. I talked to him at length yesterday, but it was only able to play minutes of it. And so I have devoted the first three segments of today's show to playing additional segments. All of it is available. If you do it dot com Here is the last segment that I will play for you of my conversation with Wheaton, Dean ed stature. This is where we disagree, I think, And this is why I'm uneasy with your article, the less so because of the caveats you included at the beginning then with Mr Galleys article, which I condemn wholeheartedly that was intended to and had the consequence of dividing the church. Yours does not have so obviously that intent. In fact, I don't think you have that intent. But the inevitability of that division is justice as inevitably divisive as President. Trump's speech was inevitably incendiary, though it did not necessarily have the consequence. He did not intend. The consequence that followed. Do you understand my objection? Say? Objection. I would say it's unfortunate confusion of categories. In my case. I think that what needs to happen is is that some people need to know that there are evangelicals who have major concerns and then Within evangelicalism without evangelicals need to have a public conversation. That's what the title is. There's a reckoning, we need to have a reckoning. What went wrong? What was our place and part? What do we need to change inside the movement? And what? I don't think they need change sides? I don't think the movie he'd say, Well, let's all now become liberal Democrats, right so So that's not what again in 1000 word article. I'm here's where I ended it. We've reached a reckoning. What comes next will reveal where our trust truly lies. That's what I'm looking for. I'm looking to call evangelicals. To a sense where character matters at a greater level, where, at the same time we get more focused. So much of evangelicals who has been focused on political power even more focus on showing in sharing the love of Jesus to have broken and hurting world That's our passion. The week in college, Billy Graham center. That's our passion In most of our churches, and for most churches and pastors, they think that the pursuit of power in this administration has caused some damage. Inside their congregations and inside relationships. I don't think it's divisive to point out the division on the Brokenness. That's there. I'm looking to work together to fix it. I think they're a lot of evangelicals who went to a swell. So did you concluded the article with Will we look inside and repent when needed? That's a good question to ask my question to you is Will you examine the editorial that you wrote at the time that you wrote it and consider whether or not it divided the church and incited anger among the body and repent, if indeed, it did. Always open to seeing what I could do, and I could do better. And I would say a similar question to you, my friend, Would you not acknowledge that there are significant difficulties and might I say significant faults within the evangelical church? Engaging and embracing this administration has brought to the light. And if so, consider joining me and speaking out and saying, How can we walk through this? Better to be a more gospel centered, biblically driven movement that I think God calls us to be? Yes, I will. But I do believe that as I have been throughout the Trump administration When someone parts with a political party of which they are remember, as, for example, on child separation at the border of the president's attacks on judges or his cruel tweets. They have to speak it in a timely fashion so that it be noted. Which I have always consistently gone, but that I've always tried to do that, without damage to the body by recognizing other people might disagree with me about the need, for example, even family separation, which I found to be perhaps the most indefensible of altering policies, But I can understand that some Christians believe the exigency of the circumstances of the border. Required it because of coyotes and people falsely being claimed his Children who were in fact being abused. I know the arguments. I'm always open to learning, but I don't want to divide the body. Because the world is against us right now, and this culture is going to crush us, Dean. Yes, I think we're coming up to a real reality check, And I think that's a reckoning. But I think ultimately we do need each other. But we don't need each other to not speak truth to one another. And I think you have a habit of speaking truth and you want to speak truth. I appreciate the fact that you caviar things just as I thought, the caviar things. I think the truth that I'm bringing forward is I think that we need to have a hard conversation. Why so many leaders were co opted Why so many evangelicals were well, again, quoting Chuck Colson in the article. Very few are more easily impressed in religious leaders when he was working for Nixon. His job was kind of persuade special interest groups again. Very few are more easily impressed. Then religious leaders the very people who should have been immune to the worldly pomp seem the most vulnerable If we can't say that to one another That there has been and needs to be a reckoning. And as this administration ends in tatters that that relates to evangelical witness and reputation, I don't think that's a realistic engagement of the current cultural moment. I think we need to acknowledge where we failed and then pull together for the sake of the Gospel. That's been my lifetime of ministry and this one articles calling up this moment that we're in tow. Hopefully get us back on the mission. We're on. Convene my last word to you. And I'll give you the final word..

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"wheaton college" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

04:50 min | 1 year ago

"wheaton college" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"It's Hugh Hewitt, Wheaton College of Dean and Step Sir wrote a provocative piece and USA Today that was much red in common and on. He joined me yesterday for a long interview. I've only been able to play two parts of it thus far here is part three. Wonder if you would agree with this. That Millions of evangelicals need not repent of their support for Donald Trump, because it was Provident Lee taken and thoughtfully expressed and was consistent with the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Uh, you've got a lot of caveats. And here's what I would say, Uh, millions of evangelicals made what they thought was a hard decision whether they had to vote for a candidate that spoke That intentionally was working against their values of life and religious liberty and Maura and saw and thought through and even prayed through and made a decision to vote for Donald Trump. And I believe they did in with good character. They made the best choice that they could They strategically thought that their vote might influence the Supreme Court or executive orders and more and I do not stand back in derision or in any sense of condemnation. Towards them. I am concerned, as you know about those who uncritically embraced many and many evangelicals did so uncritically embrace the president who I share that concern. I believe simply that Christians of Integrity could both support and not support Donald Trump and Christians of Integrity could support Joe Biden and not supported Joe Biden and Christians of Integrity could have voted for Hillary Clinton. I believe that Christians of integrity. I have to divorce politics from, uh, Christianity there, E. You have to live what your life is, but they can be sincerely Democratic or sincerely, Republican. No, I don't. I don't disagree with that. I think there are many people who I was talking after American Pastor yesterday sincerely voted the way he voted and explain to me his beliefs as to why and I could respect him. And I'm just what you described. I don't I don't have Don't bring anything to or at you. I'm sorry, your friend and you were having a conflict. For me, Um, you know, the as I wrote, I don't believe everyone who voted for Trump was full of foolish and trump voters or not trump. They're not responsible for all his actions over the past four years, but they are responsible for the way they responded and for their own hearts, and that's what I think. And that's what I think about. That's for all of us. So yeah, I don't know. Dean here. This is just having a little bit in the sense that a friend who doesn't know I'm about to come to how I'm framing it. I'm telling you why I got to it, but now I'm going to give it to my friend. I believe the president recklessly gave his speech in that what happened was foreseeable and he may be legally responsible for that foreseeable and he may not, but certainly morally, he is responsible for not thinking through the foreseeable consequences of his speech. Do you agree with me? I don't. Yeah, all the nuances that I don't know. I do believe that President Trump incendiary words have consequences and and with it, foreseeable fight him Artie to have known what was going to happen. Yes, I would think that he should have known that this was going to leave people to take unwise Actually, with all the details of what happened. I don't I'm shocked by all of these, although happened, so I don't know. I don't think he intended to Congress to be overridden. I'm not saying that I'm just saying he wasn't a planned that that would be that would change the whole equation. But the likelihood of it happening, which should have considered he should have considered Will this get out of control? And once it began to get out of control you Otto acted Mork quickly to condemn it. Senses all right with that. Cause I come it. This is a lawyer, Dean. Do you think the consequence it is like it is like talking to a lawyer. I like deposition. Do you agree that the consequences of your editorial are foreseeably divisive within the church? No, I believe they're calling the church to account and I believe that that's whether it actually, I could say there be sometimes it's my divide. I think if you lied to a conversation, and it needs to lead to some change, and why so many people were so quickly drawn to a person of this character. So that is where we leave it. I'll commit one more segment with it. I would encourage every believer every evangelical or mainstream Protestant or any question of any stripe, actually, mass attendant Catholics. Charismatics Orthodox. To go to Hugh Hewitt dot com and send the transcript of this to any friend with whom they've had an argument about Donald Trump. Because it's nuanced and it's balanced. And it is exactly what people need who have been yelling at each other, and that's why I am putting.

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"wheaton college" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

05:52 min | 1 year ago

"wheaton college" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Welcome back America. It's Hugh Hewitt. I'm joined now by add stature at is the dean of Wheaton College and At Wheaton College. He also leads the Billy Graham Center. Dean steps, sir. Welcome to the Hugh Hewitt Show. Thanks for having me on Toe. Let everyone know we don't have to rush because I arranged for Dean steps or to join me at the end of my show so that we could have a long conversation. It's an interview, not a debate. And even though the show will go off the conversation will go on. It will all be posted on YouTube. And on my website, Dean, Welcome your article In the U. S. A. Today evangelicals face a reckoning Donald Trump in the future of our faith. Was sent to me by another old friend with whom I have deep disagreements on politics, and he urged me to read it. I thought it was a new, interesting presentation of your position, so I I appreciate that has it sparked a lot of interest. But as it was, I guess the you know their top headline or most of the day on Sunday, and I think part of it from people who maybe don't like evangelicals, and then part of it from people or evangelicals like me. You're concerned about what evangelicalism has or is becoming So we share a common faith. Even though I'm an evangelical Roman Catholic Presbyterian, which is neither here nor there. I'll explain it another time. You know you're not supposed to be all those things at once. But I know it doesn't make me a Lutheran either. It just means I go to Mass on Saturday and I go to the Presbyterian Church on Sunday. Uh, that practice has been blessed both by bishops. And I'm an elder in the Presbyterian Church. Not really serving s O s. So I had what I wanna ask you at the beginning in the article, you write that evangelicals believe in the good news of the Gospel that Jesus died on the cross for our sins and in our place. Would you also add, and that he rose from the dead, ascended into heaven and is alive today. Indeed, I would. I believe that's central to the Christian faith that Jesus was dead on Friday and Sunday back from the dead and receiving in migration through faith gives us new and everlasting, eternal life. I thought you might like it was just excluded from the USA Today article and I thought to myself hey left out the punchline, But editors are editors. Um, is salvation exclusively reserved for those who put their faith in the resurrected Christ. I do believe it. Is that the salvation by grace alone through faith alone and then Jesus work alone, He said. I am the way the truth and the life No one comes to the father except through me. So I want people understand you're very mainstream is sexual intimacy outside of marriage Sinful. Let me say mainstream is probably not the term to describe a conservative Angela goes like me. But the answer your question is yes. We've got reserves sex for marriage between one man and one woman over one lifetime, And I would be a conservative evangelical. Yes. Okay. So when was the last Republican presidential candidate? You voted for I've okay. I don't generally reveal who I voted for. But I have been consistently pro life pro official marriage, pro religious liberty of deep religious liberty concerns now that unfortunately, I think President Trump's kind of erratic responsible last few weeks has led to the loss of the Senate. Now we're gonna face serious religious liberty concerns related to the quality act and Morva. But in general, I don't tell people who I voted for. Have you ever voted for a Republican president? Oh, my gosh. Yes. Okay. I just I just wanted people. I thought you were, uh more Republican than you were Democratic. And therefore I thought your credibility with my audience might increase their well. I would say it's very fair to say I believe that lower taxes are better for society. I believe, you know, I mean, I think they would very much lineup. Kind of as a pastor and religious leader. One of the things that you know I teach and preach the Bible regularly is I don't want people so I didn't vote for that person. So I can't listen to that person. But I think you and I listen to your show. I think you and I will be very aligned on most issues that and I do, too, by the way on by friend I'm aligned with on most theological issues. We just disagree on politics. That's why I wanted you to have a long set up and that's why I'm going to ask you again. This is for credibility with my audience and people who will go on. Listen to this. You already said that most evangelicals me included in your article are grateful for the Supreme Court justices. He appointed Trump and for some of the religious liberty concerns he addressed. His antiabortion stance is surprised me again a surprise many again, me included, and for that I was thankful. You noted that how important is the Supreme Court? Dean? I think it's I think it's very important. You know someone who's you know, talk about life. You know, I One of the defining factors of my vote has to do with life on unborn life in the womb and so deeply important, and I think, ultimately that coming out of Trump administration, I think in that article, I mentioned that a lot of burned burned down the Republican Party. There'll be consequences for Grabs decades to come on what has happened to the Republican Party and at the same time, I'm thankful for the three Supremes and actually say publicly and vocally supported All three Supreme Court justice picks that he that he selected and again lots of other things again. I think one of the challenges is you could be deeply concerned about what President Trump has done to the country. And in my case, too, evangelicalism and Thankful for executive orders on religious liberty as I am and be thankful for Supreme Court and let me just say we're going to need a conservative Supreme Court considering now in part because of President Trump's actions. At the White House has been lost to the Republican Party and the Senate. Now you're gonna have your one buffer on some of these religious liberty concerns will be the Supreme Court. So, Dean where I'm going with this is that I believe a lot of evangelicals will so value the religious liberty and pro life and other matters that the president engaged in and proceeded to to advance. Your arguments about the last two months will pale in comparison to the thanks, ladies and gentlemen, the conclusion of my interview.

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"wheaton college" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"wheaton college" Discussed on KCRW

"And discouraging their prisoners from seeking truth in these darkest corners of the Internet peddling lies. Absolutely absolutely. Mark Noll wrote years ago, a book called the Scandal of the Evangelical Mind, and he was talking about the lack of intellectual engagement in some corners of evangelicalism. I think the scandal of the evangelical mind today is the gullibility that so many have been brought into conspiracy theories, false reports and more. And so I think the Christian responsibility is we need to engage and what we call in the Christian tradition, discipleship. Jesus says I am the way the truth and the life right. So Jesus literally identifies himself as the truth of. Therefore, if there ever should be a people who care about the truth. That should be people who call themselves followers of Jesus. We have failed, and I think pulpits and colleges and universities and para church ministries and more. He'd asked the question. How are we going to disciple our people so that they engage the world around them and robust and Christ like ways And I think part of the evangelical reckoning is we haven't done that well. Headsets or leads the Wheaton College Billy Graham Center. Thanks for your time. Thank you. This is NPR news. Support comes from Netflix. Presenting Manc directed by David Fincher, Gary Oldman and Amanda Sife. Red star in this old Hollywood story about screenwriter Herman J. Mankowitz Racing to finish Citizen Kane awards eligible Santa Monica College number one in transfers to U. C. L. A.

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"wheaton college" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:47 min | 1 year ago

"wheaton college" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Welcome back America. It's Hugh Hewitt. I'm joined now by add stature at is the dean of wheat in college and at Wheaton College. He also leads the Billy Graham Center. Dean steps, sir. Welcome to the Hugh Hewitt Show. Thanks for having me on Toe. Let everyone know we don't have to rush because I arranged for Dean steps or to join me at the end of my show so that we could have a long conversation. It's an interview, not a debate. And even though the show will go up, the conversation will go on. It will all be posted on YouTube. And on my website, Jean Welcome your article In the U. S. A. Today evangelicals face a reckoning Donald Trump in the future of our faith. Was sent to me by another old friend with whom I have deep disagreements on politics, and he urged me to read it. I thought it was a new, interesting presentation of your position, so I I appreciate that has it sparked a lot of interest. It has it was, I guess the you know their top headline or most of the day on Sunday, and I think part of it from people who maybe don't like evangelicals, and then part of it from people or evangelicals like me or concerned about what evangelicalism is, has or is becoming So we share a common faith. Even though I'm an evangelical Roman Catholic Presbyterian, which is neither here nor there. I'll explain it another time. You're definitely not supposed to be all those things at once. But I know it doesn't make me a Lutheran either. It just means I go to Mass on Saturday and I go to the Presbyterian Church on Sunday. Uh, that practice has been blessed both by bishops. And I'm an elder in the Presbyterian Church. Not currently serving s O s. So I had what I wanna ask you at the beginning in the article, you write that evangelicals believe in the good news of the Gospel that Jesus died on the cross for our sins and in our place. Would you also add, and that he rose from the dead, ascended into heaven and is alive today. Indeed, I would. I believe that's central to the Christian faith that Jesus was dead on Friday and Sunday back from the dead and receiving in migration through faith gives us new and everlasting, eternal life. I thought you might like it was just excluded from the USA Today article and I thought to myself hey left out the punchline, But editors are editors. Um, is salvation exclusively reserved for those who put their faith in the resurrected Christ. I do believe it is. I mean salvation by grace alone through faith alone and then Jesus work alone, He said. I am the way the truth and the life No one comes to the father except through me. So I want people understand you're very mainstream is sexual intimacy outside of marriage Sinful. Let me say mainstream is probably not the term to describe a conservative Angela girls like me. But the answer your question is yes, I believe God reserves expert marriage between one man and one woman over one lifetime, And I would be a conservative evangelical. Yes. Okay. So when was the last Republican presidential candidate You voted for I've got. I don't generally reveal who I voted for. But I have been consistently pro life pro Tricia marriage, pro religious liberty have deep religious liberty concerns now that unfortunately, I think President Trump's kind of erratic responsible last few weeks has led to the loss of the Senate. Now we're gonna face serious religious liberty concerns related to the quality act and Morva. But in general, I don't tell people who I voted for. Have you ever voted for a Republican president? Oh, my gosh. Yes. Okay. I just I just wanted people. I thought you were, uh more Republican than you were Democratic. And therefore I thought your credibility with my audience might increase their well. I would say it's very fair to say I believe that lower taxes are better for society. I believe, you know, I mean, so I think they would very much lineup. Kind of as a pastor and religious leader. One of the things that you know, teaching preach the Bible regularly is I don't want people saying I didn't vote for that person. So I can't listen to that person. But I think you and I listen to your show. I think you and I will be very aligned on most issues that and I do, too, by the way on by friend Well, I'm aligned with on most theological issues. We just disagree on politics. That's why I wanted you to have a long set up and that's why I'm going to ask you again. This is for credibility with my audience and people who will go on. Listen to this. You already said that most evangelicals me included in your article are grateful for the Supreme Court justices. He appointed Trump and for some of the religious liberty concerns he addressed. His anti abortion stance is surprised me again surprised many again, me included. And for that I was thankful. You noted that how important is the Supreme Court? Dean E. I think it's very important. You know someone who's you know, Talk about light. You know, I One of the defining factors of my vote has to do with life on unborn life in the room and so deeply important, and I think, ultimately that coming out of the Trump administration, I think in the article, I mentioned that a lot of really burned burned down the Republican Party will be consequences for programs decades to come on what has happened to the Republican Party. End at the same time, I'm thankful for the three Supremes and actually say publicly and vocally supported all three Supreme Court justice picks that he that he selected and again lots of other things. I think for the challenges as you could be deeply concerned about what President Trump has done to the country and in my case, too evangelicalism and be thankful for executive orders on religious liberty as I am and be thankful for Supreme Court and let me just say we're gonna need a conservative Supreme Court considering now in part because of President Trump's actions. At the White House has been lost to the Republican Party and the Senate. Now you're gonna have your one buffer on some of these religious liberty concerns will be the Supreme Court. So, Dean where I'm going with this is that I believe a lot of evangelicals will so value the religious liberty and pro life and other matters that the president engaged in and proceeded to to advance. That your arguments about the last two months will pale in comparison to.

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"wheaton college" Discussed on Two Christians and a Jew

Two Christians and a Jew

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"wheaton college" Discussed on Two Christians and a Jew

"Some can only be done by men. Some can only be done by women. Some can only be done by cohenim. Prese some can only be done by levin. Some can only be done by yesterday. You need everybody yeah. That's interesting you don. I'm hearing this idea of this corporate aspect but one more thing. I'd like to pick up on the you comment on. Mayor is part of this. That echoed some of what i was reading this morning in a more theological discussion and this is just an introductory texts by mcclure. Faith seeking understanding any comments being created in the image of god is not a state or condition but a movement. With a goal human beings are restless for a fulfillment of life not yet realized this idea of growth and progress and movement towards something rather than just this idea being stock or just it is a status but it is much more than that and so i think we see some overlap there while i was reading in walton's loss world of genesis and he talked about how it's better to interpret. Genesis needs different acts as functional rather than material that they have a purpose. It's almost like creating them in his image. It's not a material thing to think of that. It's a it's functional and the function is to have community into relation So i think that's an interesting way to to see our identity is that the intent was function in community each other and still with god. I just found some of my notes on orion peterson's dissertation on the imago day he's a theologian also studied at wheaton college Where i did my phd Engendered her masters. He insists that the imago day is an expression of our identity. Not a capacity that we have so he. He lays that out more fully But he also distinguishes between identity as god's image and the realization of that identity. So so leaving room for growth as you've pointed out the leaving room for maybe even potentially our corporate realization of that of that identity at speaks to our very individualistic tendencies in western culture and society..

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Report of ax-wielding individual prompts lockdown at Wheaton College

WBZ Afternoon News

00:21 sec | 2 years ago

Report of ax-wielding individual prompts lockdown at Wheaton College

"College in Norton is on lockdown after a person with an axe is spotted on campus the school is telling us all students if they are on campus find the nearest secure room Walker barricade the door and wait for further instruction also asking everyone to avoid Wheaton College campus at this time

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"wheaton college" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

03:47 min | 3 years ago

"wheaton college" Discussed on WTVN

"We are welcoming in the sports genius, Eric resear-. But I did I wanted to let you know that there was this lacrosse. Ross player out of college Wheaton college. And what happened with him was he's on the sideline he's a freshman. His name is he's a goal. His name's Alex chill. He asked to watch from the sidelines because he has a big head and they can't find a helmet big enough to finish. That's problematic. It's a true story though. But I've worked with some people in this building with some big heads. But I I don't know twenty five inches is large and in charge the largest certified helmets for college players are twenty four he missed it by one inch one inch. Now, it's a game of inches. What they say about lacrosse, I guess so, but it's true this guy he can't play now because he he can't find a big enough to fit his big twenty five inch head on that with coupled with concussion worries that every week they've got to get these things tested for air if they fit right and true that sucks for that. Yeah. So the buckeyes did really well last night they beat northwestern. Sixty three forty nine was the score from the shot last night Caleb. Wesson led the way with twenty two points. Ohio State heads to Chicago next week to take on Illinois. So they've got another matchup with the Wildcats. That's fairly winnable more recently. They've got done Maryland on Saturday games in college park, but that's two o'clock there how state seventeen and nine on the year. So they're making kind of a late push. Share to put themselves on the bubble action. Taken solves off the bubble and actually secure a spot at the NC double A tournament lets you know, if they can make it to around. I'd say nineteen twenty games where they wanna be. To peak showing in the big ten tournament. Right. You get in this is when you need to be doing. Maybe when a couple of games for Duke a lot of things are up in the air right now as I Williamson not one of them, but thirty six seconds into the game last night between Duke and North Carolina. We're talking yesterday tickets for twenty five hundred dollars a lot of it to see the potential number one overall pick in June. How are you? If you're a person that paid that kind of money, and then he goes out quickly thirty-six section. His foot goes through his shoes foot left shoe tweaks his right knee. They're calling it a mild knee sprain. But on a person that large six eight two hundred eighty pounds. I don't know. How mild any knee injury could be. But yeah, do goes down eight seventy two was the final score. And he was wearing a Nike and Puma ended up tweeting that wouldn't have happened if he would have had on a Puma, correct? They took him down hate when they do. Hasn't tweeted sense, which is like guys if that statement kudos to them man for doing. That's funny for knowing that that was a great Dan by your burn when you got a sick, burn standby. And then they're like what? Would they just pull it down one shoe taking a dig at another shoe company? I don't think there's anything wrong with that. And I don't think that's anything out of the ordinary where someone would go. I can't believe they would take a shot at them. Especially Zion wasn't really hurt it per se. I mean, it certainly it's it's enough. That's troubling. But not to the point where you know, his legs snapped or didn't know the extent of the injury. And again, it really wasn't about zion's injury more show more. So it was the shoe that Nike have provided failing the biggest basketball players in America. And so I put on Twitter because the we'll we'll know what's going to happen with Zayn here in the next couple of days at least medically at six ten WTVN news. If if Zayn Williamson has cleared should he play another game for the blue devils because he's one and done. This is his first only last season at Duke fifty six percent say no shut it down and forty four percent say yes, he should now. Keep in mind the NBA draft lottery is in June. He's probably gonna go number one overall from the central Ohio Honda dealers sports desk. Eric research, NewsRadio six ten WTVN,.

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"wheaton college" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"wheaton college" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"In Lawrence, another early morning, fire force thirteen people. Out of their four straight home around two thirty in the morning. No one was heard the cause of that blaze is still under investigation. And this just in the WBZ newsroom, we've just learned that the jury in the Joaquin El Chapo Guzman case has reached a verdict now at this point. We don't know yet. What that verdict is. But as soon as we will pass it along to you the alleged Mexican kingpin faces separate counts in federal court in New York trial testimony lasted nearly three months again. Stay with us. We'll bring you more details as we get more information here in Boston. A Wheaton college student accused of starting a series of fires in her dorm is deemed competent to stand trial twenty two year old John Nells Pieman tall of roslindale. We sent back to jail without bail after a brief hearing in Attleboro district court. She's now facing dangerousness hearing on Friday and prosecutors will be asking a judge to keep her behind bars, pending this trial. Meanwhile, a psychologist testified that he sees no evidence at this point of any mental illness or defect. The suspect is a senior at Wheaton college and has no prior criminal history. She was arrested last Thursday by Norton police following a very lengthy investigation. Into her half dozen fires McIntyre hall from November until early last Thursday morning. The fires caused minimal damage. The suspect was the are on the third floor of the dorm. A new study is documenting the number of children with mental health issues, and how many are getting treatment. Researchers estimate about one in six American case has at least one mental health disorder. And only about half receive treatment state by state the prevalence ranges from low of seven point six percent in Hawaii to a high of twenty seven percent in Maine kids with untreated, mental health issues. More likely to be found in Alabama, Mississippi, Oklahoma, and Utah and independent experts suggests that the real scale of the national problem could be much worse. Vicki Barker, CBS news, everyone.

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"wheaton college" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:19 min | 3 years ago

"wheaton college" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"I'm Deb Lawler. Checking our top stories Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos says he was a target of extortion and blackmail by the National Enquirer student is charged with several suspicious dorm fires at Wheaton college New Hampshire. Authorities investigated double murder in hook said and the Celtics lose to the Lakers. One twenty nine to one twenty eight four days of deliberations in the books and the New York trial of El Chapo walking. AP's? Warren Levinson has the latest on the fourth day of deliberation. In the troppo case. There was a flurry of activity unrelated to the trial itself. A man claiming to be a relative of the notorious drug Lord tried to sit in seats reserved for the family. He was removed to an overflow courtroom. And later arrested on outstanding warrants all of which happened out of sight and sound of the jury it's deliberating charges that Joaquin Guzman used murder and tortured rule over the solo a drug cartel as it smuggled hundreds of tons of cocaine from Mexico. There is still no verdict deliberations will resume next week. Warren Levinson, New York, Florida sheriff's deputies have arrested a wanted man from Massachusetts Julian field is accused of breaking into a home in concord, and forcing a man at knifepoint to drive to Springfield to get drugs. Then to Connecticut where he left the victim go. The man was dot hurt field is facing charges of kidnapping, home, invasion. An armed assault is doing federal court in Florida today. A private developer has his eye on the north end for a new tourist attraction for Boston. WBZ's? Karyn regal has the story English troops landed on long wharf to enforce the king's rights in seventeen seventy a move that ended with Boston massacre. Maybe you'll be able to observe the site from giant. Well, don't call it. A fair observation will vice president and general counsel of Boston freedom wheel, Brian Burke. About forty climate controlled gondolas, the ideas. Interesting says Suzanne Lavoie who's the director of the wharf district council. However, we like thi this evolve into the Boston waterfront of the future that that respects the pass the wheel would have to jump regulatory hurdles and could interfere with navigation in the harbor. Karyn regal WBZ Boston's NewsRadio still no movement between the Denver school system and teachers who threatened to strike on Monday. The issue is money. The union says teachers want more money in their base pay instead of bonuses, which make it harder to predict their income. Talks are tentatively scheduled to resume today pilots at Taiwan's China. Airlines are on strike that walkout comes in the middle of the lunar new year travel. Rush, forcing the cancellation of at least eighteen flights stranding, thousands of passengers pilots complain of tiring hours on long haul routes and the refusal of management to make improvements. The lunar new year is Taiwan's busiest travel, period. Nothing like a relaxing shave after body thumping football season as WBZ's Kim Tunnicliffe reports Tom Brady got some pampering at Gillette headquarters yesterday. Are you ready yet? Gillett employees cheered on TB twelve as he sat in a barber's chair tilted his head back and let the company's official barber. Adam take an electric shaver to.

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"wheaton college" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"wheaton college" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"And blackmail, bazo the founder of Amazon claims the tabloid threatened to publish revealing personal photos of him unless he stopped an investigation into how the Enquirer got private text messages that he exchanged with his mistress more now from correspondent Steve Ray in Seattle. The larger backstory is the Enquirer's chief David pecker is his name. And here's a long time. Donald Trump ally. Bazo owns the Washington Post a newspaper that the president has frequently criticised for its coverage of him bazo secures, the Enquirer of weaponising, journalistic privileges and added I prefer to stand up and roll this log over and see what crawls out by the publisher of the inquirer has not responded bazo released and exchanged with American media's council in a blog post and says instead of looking for money. The inquirer wanted him to make a public statement that the tabloids coverage of him was not politically motivated locally a student at Wheaton college faces several charges in connection with a string of fires on the schools Norton campus jealous Pimental admits to starting six of those fires the latest blaze caught on hidden camera. Not only shows her lighting that fire but starting in vacuum of students the twenty two year old Pimental arraigned and Attleboro district court on charges, including arson vandalism and destruction of property. Former Michigan congressman John Dingell has died known for his quick wit and political mastery on Capitol Hill,.

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"wheaton college" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"wheaton college" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Mayor Marty Walsh and other city officials are marking the fiftieth anniversary of the occasion inside the economy building the event, featuring a city hall birthday cake and live entertainment, one other notable person in attendance, Michael McConnell, the architect whose design was chosen for the building. Well, a company wants to put what it's calling an observation wheel at long Warf. We get details from WBZ's Karyn regal English troops landed on long wharf to enforce the king's rights in seventeen seventy a move that end. Did with the Boston massacre? Maybe you'll be able to observe the site from a giant. Well, don't call it. A fair observation will vice president and general counsel of Boston. Freedom will Brian Burke honored feet high about forty climate controlled gondolas, the ideas. Interesting says Suzanne Lavoie who's the director of the wharf district council. However, we like thi this evolve into the Boston waterfront of the future that that respects the past the wheel would have to jump regulatory hurdles and could interfere with navigation in the harbor. Karyn regal WBZ Boston's NewsRadio a Wheaton college. Student is facing arson charges after a series of suspicious. Fires fire and police crews responded to a call around three thirty this morning to a fire on the third floor of McIntyre hall students were safely evacuated and the fire was extinguished. This marked the sixth fire in that dormitory since November an investigation has led to the arrest of twenty two year old journalist Pimentel. A student at Wheaton who was charged with two counts of arson. Four counts of one le-, injuring personal property and six counts of vandalism. Pimentel will be arraigned in Attleboro district court. Well, President Trump continues to lobby for a border wall. We'll go live to Washington just ahead..

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"wheaton college" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

The Steve Deace Show

03:06 min | 3 years ago

"wheaton college" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

"All right Russia vote Russ vote. You may remember that name. He was in the news in conservative news about this time two years ago. I think it was two almost two years ago one and a half years ago or so for these this exchange, I should say. In the piece that I referred to the road for publication cold resurgent you wrote Muslim quote Muslims. Not simply have at the fish, the they do not know God because they have rejected Jesus Christ his son. And they stand condemned and the coat you believe. Do you believe that that statement is Slava phobic? Absolutely, not Senator I'm a Christian, and I believe in a Christian set of principles based on my faith that post as I stated in the questionnaire to this committee was to defend my alma mater, Wheaton college, a Christian school that has a statement of faith that include the centrality of Jesus Christ for salvation, and I apologize. I forgive me. I just don't have a lot of time. Do believe that people in the whistle. Religion stand. Condemned said, you've you again, Senator I'm Christian, and I wrote that piece what is the statement of faith week on this land that I don't know how many was looms there are in America. I really don't know probably a couple of million or you suggesting that all of those people stand condemned. What about Jews they sent them to Senator? I'm a Christian. I understand you are a Christian. But this country is made up. Up people one not just understand that Christianity is the majority religion. But they're all the people of different religions in this country and around the world and your judgment. You think that people who are not Christians going to be condemned? Thank you probing on that question as a Christian believe that all individuals are made in the image of God and a worthy of dignity and respect, regardless of their religious beliefs. I believe that as a Christian that's how I should treat all individual music your statement that you put into that publication. They do not know God because they rejected Jesus Christ the son of the Stanca dumped, you think that's respectful of other religions center, I wrote a post based on being a Christian in attending a Christian school. That has a statement of faith. That speaks clearly with regard to the centrality of Jesus Christ in salvation would simply sings the chairman this comedy. Is relief. Not someone. With what this country is supposed to be about my without knowing. So that happened back in June of twenty seventeen that was Bernie Sanders, of course with Russ vote. Todd pop quiz. What was Russ vote being confirmed for? Like, some exactly a content or something..

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"wheaton college" Discussed on Gettin' Grown

Gettin' Grown

03:47 min | 3 years ago

"wheaton college" Discussed on Gettin' Grown

"Full. That's what I did. I had my laptop at the kitchen table as you always get getting it done. Get it done so much to do man so much to do. But all good things. I'll get things I'm gonna play tomorrow. I'm going to Boston last. And I am. Well, my my supervisor, and I are keynoting or opening were keynote the opening Keno at this this professional development one Wheaton college. It's like a regional professional development in Massachusetts in their meeting and Weeden at Wheaton college on Wednesday of this week so tomorrow today, and you guys see this. I'll be I'll be getting on a plane and going to Boston. So yeah, I mean, I'm that girl. Now that you know, I forget that I have to get on planes. So crazy, my guys you're so booked yourself seat. No. I mean, it's just so like, I really I I guess it's one of the cooler parts of my work. But it's just taking a lot to get you all the time. And if it's really weird, but you know, we get to do these really cool kind of talks what this one of the things I really love about being in the scholar practitioner place. If you just allow me to nerd out for. At the moment for my other nerd friends. So. Conventional Lee, you know, that being to do after you get your PHD to just be a professor again or to be a professorship against and that is a very reputable and honorable profession. I know for me one of the things that was really important while I was getting my doctorate was that. I wanted my work to have like a real time implication and not solely be predicated on like publishing in scholarly journals because only scholars read those no shade. But true, the average person is not going to pick up the journal of this. And so but the person. Right. But like I feel like we get to learn release super cool things, and we learn how to do research and answer really cool questions when we find those answers. I think it's important for us to share those answers with people who actually have problems. So yeah, it's really don't we the the research that we get to do. In addition to publishing it because this is not me shading publishing because I very much that that super important in its inactivity that I'm currently doing as well. But in addition to publishing we get to actually, you know, talk about our research and use it to kind of, cultivate, different tool, and and and curricula and all kinds of cool things that people who actually work and institutions in are facing real time challenges, we can actually give them solutions in their hands and say, why don't you try this and work. So we get to share some of the cool things we've been learning on the project that I'm managing now at this meeting. And I'm I'm hope I'm psyched, I'm thanked as or sized as the DMV DMZ people with I'm size Jovem sites. Well, if you may allow vice I appreciate you out, you know. You always have to do. So if I may nigga out for a moment that key gets to sit in these spaces. So that I can like sneak into some of the other spaces like her dissertation and things like that. And hear about so many things that I would not know about other. It's so crazy. But I think it's super important for us to kind of be in these spaces. You know, quiet as this cat quiet as kit..

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Abi Ramos, Starbucks and Neck Wa Valley High School discussed on The Roe Conn Show

The Roe Conn Show

01:25 min | 4 years ago

Abi Ramos, Starbucks and Neck Wa Valley High School discussed on The Roe Conn Show

"A plea deal for south l elgin man who allegedly helped kidnapped and rob wheaton college students part of that deal twenty year old abi ramos would get a fifteen year prison term for armed robbery for his alleged role in the two thousand sixteen incident that started outside glenallen starbucks when three people kidnapped the student gunpoint forcing him to withdraw money from two atm's he would have to testify against his codefendants as part of that plea deal an eighteen year old naperville man has been charged with making gun violence threats against neck wa valley high school and a faculty member samuel rogers arrested sunday on a charge of disorderly conduct that's a class four felony a gunman suspected of attacking a waffle house in tennessee on sunday losses illinois gun licence after exhibiting erratic behavior the weapons were turned over to his father but the feds say he simply return the three rifles and a handgun to his son when he decided to move out of state four people were killed in the attack at the waffle house nine dead sixteen hurt after a rental van hit pedestrians today just outside downtown toronto gentleman i remember he ran to the old lady trying to resuscitate her i don't know whether like he did or not and then there was another lady that he hit and there was another woman who went over to her to see like if she was okay but there's no way would that amount of trauma and like speed that he had done there's no way that they would be alive the driver under arrest being questioned by.

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