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"wheaton college" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

04:50 min | 4 months 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 | 4 months 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 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:47 min | 4 months 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 WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"wheaton college" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"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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Report of ax-wielding individual prompts lockdown at Wheaton College

WBZ Afternoon News

00:21 sec | 1 year 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 WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"wheaton college" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Old and a resident assistant in her dormitory Wheaton college police say gentlest Pimentel, there's an arsonist. Police department. Dwelling. Prosecutors say Pimentel is responsible for a series of fires. Enter dorm. No one was hurt. Pimentel being held without bail Capitol Hill House, Democrats, take the first step in seeking the president's tax returns. Experts appearing before the House Ways, and means subcommittee seemed United in believing the law is clear tax law. Professor George in of the university of Virginia law school said congress metaphorically put tax returns in a locked safe. It gave that key to the tax committees the law therefore should be interpreted to enable the tax committees to use that key inappropriate and necessary circumstances there is an IRS provision that allows the chairman of three committees, including House Ways and means to request such tax returns. But it has rarely been invoked alley Rogan ABC news Capitol Hill uncertainty about an expected congressional appearance tomorrow by acting attorney general Matthew Whitaker house. Democrats threatened. A subpoena his testimony about the special counsels Russia investigation Whitaker says he will not appear unless the subpoena threat is dropped baseball hall of Famer Frank Robinson has died. He was eighty three Robinson the first black manager and the only player to win the MVP award in both leagues. A standoff in Maynard comes to a peaceful end swat team on scene. Two. People arrested a weapon confiscated police say they were serving a high risk warrant. No one was hurt..

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"wheaton college" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

06:10 min | 2 years ago

"wheaton college" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Going to be able to he's already said he will reach out and get Donald Trump's taxes from the IRS because he has that power. Is that chairman because that's the chairman that does the oversight of that institution. So that is going to be quite quite something to see play out if he gets those those tax returns, and then they got out there into the public up into the public arena. What I might do. If I am Trump. His once he gets into the hands of somebody who's who's not protected by congressional privilege. I think what I'm doing is excuse me. I I might sue. I might sue the person and say you have unauthorized access to my tax returns. You are not a member of the congress. You are not a reporter. You're you're some dummy blogger, and I am I'm suing you for for breach of my privacy. Will be very interesting. It will be very very interesting. Now, what Trump could do to get creative. Also, let's let's be honest here is he he could he could just start releasing. Information that he might have right? Like he could release the fisa warrants. He could release. Well, wouldn't it be great? If the president had a way through Mick Mulvaney, and his connections in the congress. What if the president released the full list of the congress members who used the slush fund Republicans and Democrats that would be something? I could definitely get behind one hundred percent behind that little bit of information. All right. We in college. It's an evangelical Christian college in Illinois called Wheaton college. An evangelical Christian college. Said that a guest lecture from a pro life speaker made them feel unsafe while he was recounting his life story of being a black American conceived through rape and put up for adoption at birth. This guy's a pro-life speaker at a Christian college. He's an African American who's telling his story of his life to the people who have come to hear him speak, and they felt unsafe hearing that I've been to rock concerts felt unsafe. I've been to parties where I felt unsafe. I've been in neighborhoods where I felt unsafe. I've been in supermarkets after hours when I've been feeling kind of unsafe going out to my car. I have never once attended a lecture from a person who is extolling the virtues of pro-life or their biography and said I feel in danger right now. What what's the danger? The Wheaton college college Republicans recently invited pro-life speaker Ryan Bamberger to speak on campus. Bamberger travels to campuses to give a lecture entitled black lives matter in outside the womb. Bomb burger was conceived through rape and put up for adoption after birth. He speaks about his personal story is a black American during campus, lectures, according to a report from campus reform leaders of the student government at Wheaton college published a statement that condemned the speech arguing bomb burger made students feel quote, unsafe on campus. Because he's black. See if I'm him. I'm going because I'm a black person. I made you feel unsafe because I'm black. No, you're. Hugh that word what word pro-life. No. I have never lived. I've lived in every kind of neighborhood imaginable. Great neighborhoods horrible neighbor, and I've never once woken up gone down to the corner store to get a Cup of coffee and said to what are my neighbors is used to be such a great neighborhood before the pro-life people moved in this used to be such a great neighborhood till all the Christians moved in. And now, it's just really gone downhill fast all these people with their families going to church on Sunday or on Saturday or during the week. I feel really offended, by the way, this Damer hood has turned I've never felt unsafe being. Around pro-life people. It's just the darndest thing as many of, you know, a special interest club hosted an event on Wednesday night, titled black lives matter in and outside the womb. The speaker of the event Ryan Bamberger made several comments at the event a deeply troubled members of the community. His comments surrounding the topic of race made many students staff and faculty of color, feel unheard underrepresented. An unsafe on our campus. I bet there was a Q and A session. I wonder how many of them stayed and asked him questions did any of them stand up and walk out, John if you go to a concert, and you're offended by what's going on? Do you reserve the right to get up out of your seat and go and take off? Yeah. Of course. So do I movies concerts events. I reserve the right to get up and leave Ted Cruz famously got up and left at the Republican national convention in two thousand sixteen without endorsing the president after saying vote your conscience conscience. So so they felt unsafe. Bamberger responded to the statements by arguing that the students only want blacks to hold certain perspectives. He said it would be a disservice to the students. If I African American were only allowed to express a particular and secular perspective on culture, shifting issues. Bamberger set by feeling safe brick. Well, you can get up and walk out of you have to I'm a centrist in the middle of a bunch of conservatives. We really got to drill into this. This is insane. This is crazy. 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"wheaton college" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"wheaton college" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"The family then mothers and that's up for debate but i'll tell you our father where are our fathers in america there's one more letter before i ask you some things about the book itself this letter was when your son was starting to play basketball and you were talking about some of the athletes that spend all their time dribbling the ball in the gym and then they have poor reading and writing skills so all of that athletic work doesn't get him anywhere they don't get into the colleges that they want they barely pass high school and you were you were addressing the basketball love that your kid had jared had at the time but you were also warning him you have to have the academics as well i love this letter as well when he was way of camp i was watching the documentary and really really hit home a year or so before we had issues with him with tutoring and stuff like that so i wanted to frame it in the way he would appreciate and he he actually graduated from wheaton college which is a pretty wellknown liberal arts college with a double major and he was on the dean's list for four consecutive years so all of the patrolling and the nudging it paid off anything actually story go yes yes it's it's wonderful.

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"wheaton college" Discussed on The BreakPoint Podcast

The BreakPoint Podcast

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"wheaton college" Discussed on The BreakPoint Podcast

"Wpro what is christianity christianity is an explanation of all of reality there's not one square inch human existence as to which christ who was sovereign over all does not cry out ma this is break point this week a weekly briefing on faith culture worldview and mission with ed stetzer of wheaton college and john stonestreet of the colson center for christian worldview when another big week in lots to talk about i want to get into a topic that obviously is incredibly important and has been highlighted something we've talked about in the past and it's been highlighted by some celebrities this week not in a a certainly a good way i'm talking about the epidemic of suicide but but i think we probably should start by talking about the historic meeting between president trump and leader kim from north korea i mean the first time a sitting president and leader of north korea have had that sort of a meeting we've heard everything from it was nothing to it with something and you can guess who saying which side of that but at the very least in fact i think i heard npr on you know the day after the the historic meeting saying it was nothing and then because it didn't accomplish anything and then the next day when leader kim sat down with the president of singapore saying how big that was whether or not anything was ccomplish just because they sat down so i don't know what the differences between one or the other in is hard to keep up with the narratives and i and i would say it's not nothing and it could be a very very big deal and i think you have a statement was a bit unclear and certainly working but but but again this is diplomacy is a work in progress and a work in process now again would everyone knows is that kim is a and the whole is family have lied have cheated on agreement after agreement i mean we literally have past presidents dates saying that we've solved this issue now now again but it is interesting i it is one of those to me one of those situations where for many people president trump can do nothing right now there are a lot of people were president trump can do nothing wrong but here i.

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"wheaton college" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"wheaton college" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"Use it and i and i will you have had such a full life living all across the country performing in so many places any regrets no well i do have one had i been able to go to yale graduate school for theater out of wheaton college i would have gone but i had to take my responsibility and raise my son and my mother had taken care of him up until he was in the fifth grade and that was alarming to get my career established here in providence and so that i've been able to go i would have done that but luckily for me in one thousand nine hundred ninety eight i was admitted to brown university at the age of forty eight to work on my master's degree my master fine arts degree which i received in two thousand wow yeah so and i had always wanted to go there when i was coming out of high school i knew about pembroke in at the time i fe on say was at brown that's what got me to providence the fact that he was there so i don't really have a lot of grass i think we are where we are supposed to be it's important to pay attention that inner voice i definitely say that that adrian hall was one of my mentos but i really always looked after barbara meek because i know she went through her own ordeals but she didn't grow up in the south like i did so she didn't have those issues with self esteem that i've had to battle my whole life i really love her work i love meryl streep and i watch meryl streep do into the woods and the movie and everything else and of course i got to she's a rockstar and re i can't wait to see but she played the widget into the woods i played into i play that character at trinity oscar used his trusted me to play the witch.

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"wheaton college" Discussed on Waking Up with Sam Harris

Waking Up with Sam Harris

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"wheaton college" Discussed on Waking Up with Sam Harris

"To evangelize the pagans it was all it was all christian kind of stuff and so i do always comes in handy so did you start with the study of the the relevant ancient languages at that point no when i was at moody i wanted to take all the bible and theology classes i could and even though i knew the importance of learning greek for the new testament i'd i didn't wanna waste time doing that because i just wanted to master the the bible as well as i could and so i took all my classes in on the english taxed but you know i my first semester at moody i took a class on the gospel of john so the entire semester on this one book of the new testament and during this class there is the guy who's teaching this class was seemed really smart to me is really organized and and i thought you know this guy's getting paid to do that i want to do that and so all ready is a seventeen year old i decided i wanted to become a new testament scholar so then you just you went to graduate school still full of faith where went winded your study begin to a road you're a conviction in the in the truth of the doctrine right so the so moody was a three year institution and to to get the batteries degree you had to transfer somewhere else to get credits and so i transferred to after moody i went to wheaton college which billy graham's almo mater and for me that was a step towards liberalism because they were not quite as fundamentalist as i was used to and it was fun wheaton i took a from my foreign language requirement i took greek ancient greek and it turned out i was pretty good at it and so then i decided i wanted to do my graduate work dealing with the greek manuscripts of the new testament studying the new testament in the original greek language and the world expert on the greek manuscripts of the new testament was a man named bruce metzger who taught at princeton theological seminary and so when i graduated from wheaton with a degree in english i went off to princeton theological seminary to further.

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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 | 3 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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"wheaton college" Discussed on Exvangelical

Exvangelical

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"wheaton college" Discussed on Exvangelical

"Hello walking next mean house by justin or the past few days there's been a lot of chatter on twitter about the latest atlantic cover story the last temptation by gerson this article seeks to make the case evangelicals under the trump administration received bad rap that cases made by omitting massive swath of history while simultaneously trying to sanctify today's jelko movement by highlighting the good works of its nineteenth century predecessors this blindhogged is due to the author strident to to try and redeem the word evans uncle said speak gerson rights i find this desire understandable not but not compelling some words like strategic castles are worth defending and evan jellico is among them while the term is notoriously difficult to define it certain certainly encompasses born again religious experience a commitment to the authority of the bible and an emphasis on their power of jesus christ he continues i was raised enjoy oklahom went to evansville church in high school and began following christ as a team after attending georgetown university for year i transferred to wheaton college no annoy sometimes called the harvard evangelical protestantism where i started the allergy and quote side note only weeden grads call wheaton the harvard avenue alkyl protestantism that's just not thing but anyways despite this long preamble that precedes this that serves to frame the political and social realities of dzhalka some sense note november eighth twenty sixteen gerson piece takes a drastic turn after this by graphical statement it's clear that for gerson the term evan jelko has had an indelible defining mark on his life's work as well as the story tells about himself so he is driven to defend it if only he could do so honestly and if only gels were worth defending.

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"wheaton college" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"wheaton college" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Unified evangelical christians christian leaders say that would really be impossible today and i asked ed stelzer why that is he directs the billy graham center at wheaton college one of the country's leading christian colleges unconventional goes rallies always christians smith noting talked about them being embattled ends thriving the challenge has been how eventual gul's engage the public arena and ugly ram was a a wonderful face and spokesperson for that but oftentimes now that people ask is there a next billy graham i don't really there is a next billy graham but the movement he shape will continue have conversation sometimes conflict some will engage culture in ways that others of us don't like and some will engage culture in other ways that they don't like and so there's always that ongoing struggle within evangelism what in a way could you say that his success in broadening the movement and making the tent bigger is what has caused it to fracture today and i think about the fifties and sixties you know african americans women did not have a voice i mean he opened the door to bringing african americans and it's it's a more welcoming movement in some ways but more people having a voice does that explain why there is fracturing nonchristians you i think some of it but then i think what happened is yes you right so for example africanamericans identify with event olga beliefs higher than any other group statistically when you do research and yet they don't identify with the label of andulo garage the lowest to identify with the label of angelaka l so i think what happened is the movement has now got different visions of how to engage culture but my hope is that just like billy graham was famous for talking about someone else that avenge elakel that we might differ in how to engage culture might ultimately focus on while talking about someone else making much of jesus and what he's doing in our hearts in our lives to engage in serve our communities a lot of he will now consider evangelical christianity be aligned with the republican party does it bother you when you hear this movement being so closely associated with one side of the political i i think it they're parts of the does and i recognize that the.

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"wheaton college" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"wheaton college" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Directs the billy graham center at wheaton college one of the country's leading christian colleges i mean eventual goes rallies christians with notredame talked about them being embattled and thriving the challenges been how evangelo goals engage the public arena and a bill graham was a a wonderful face and spokesperson for that but oftentimes now people ask is there a next billy graham i don't really there isn't next billy graham but the movement he shape will continue have conversation sometimes conflict some will engage culture in ways that others of us don't like and some will engage culture and other ways that they don't like and so there's always that ongoing struggle within evangelism what in a way could you say that his success in broadening the movement and making the tent bigger is what has caused it to fresher today and i think about the fifties and sixties you know african americans women did not have a voice i mean he opened the door to bring africanamericans and it's it's a more welcoming movement in some ways but more people having a voice does that explain why there's fracturing among christians yeah i think some with it but then i think what happened is yes she right so for example africanamericans identify with event olga beliefs higher than any other group statistically when you do research and yet they don't identify with the label of andulo garage the lowest to identify with the label of angela merkel so i think what happened is the movement has now got different visions of how to engage culture but my hope is that just like billy graham was famous for talking about someone else that avenge locals that we might differ how to engage culture might ultimately focus on while talking about someone else making much of jesus and what he's doing in our hearts in our lives to engage in serve our communities a lot of you will now consider evangelical christianity be aligned with the republican party does it bother you when you hear this movement being so closely associated with one side of the political i i think it they're parts of it the does and i recognize that the republican party has in many ways sought to me of hold and advocate positions that many of andulo gul's aligned with.

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"wheaton college" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"wheaton college" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"You are and thought loveless night the news watch never stops wbz newsradio 1030 it is very much done half pin oh seven coming up on ten all aid clocks behind the glass we had great guest coming up this hour want to thank my guest last hour adam michelle the heritage foundation i think we clarified a little bit of the tax clock and some people i think they're uh that are clarified as to what they're go to if this passes as proposed uh that's going to be a big story today david waite is going to tell us about that and what else is coming up tonight in the olympic logged news with david and lisa his hey him pay i heard if they pass this thing i'm going to have to start paying my taxes that true no no no no no no no there's no reason for you to pay taxes because when they catch up with you i can represent you in court beautiful is it perjurdal filled uh i know you pay your taxes i know and if you pay your taxes your beautiful why france meanings you're you pay allocated we could hear me right now right is this new the irs would never be listening new here's what we have going on at eleven o'clock tonight on wbz news an interesting story from wheaton college where the women's soccer team basically banned from the postseason because one of the players dressed in black face to go to a party and other members of the team helped to cover it up according to the school she went dressed as a character from the movie white chicks what are your favorite stan all yeah i loved chickflick i remember when you were so bummed that it didn't win an oscar yeah well i would i certainly but i i actually campaigned for that one i've never seen that movie in my life it's just i mean you know nowadays you would think you will taste something like this but earlier dana because of it yeah her entire team.

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"wheaton college" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"wheaton college" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"They just watch out dow you might become a trump supporter if we get of winning through much made a b hey wind so much that winning is boring he might have a point you baby i'm i kinda do like underdogs so recently i've just been enjoying football enjoying the games like tell but but i'm not all wrapped up in whether they win and i just assumed see drew brees matt great play as brady i'm gonna like i like the football just as much as i like the patriots now absolutely and i want us at game not turkey yeah yeah yeah that's right they you uh which is kind of gouden away because now i can enjoy other games i said i feel like a little more ones don't have the patriots in them at all because i'm watching the football well she just had a a transformation you went from wherever you are a key elaborated gate yeah i guess so right kind of yes all right bradley good to hear your back vinnie it's good to hear from you as well you have a great day okay vinian norton nor massachusetts home of wheaton college which is to be an allgirls school that i spent some pretty sweet time at i'll tell you i tell you what peace to hitchhike there in the freezing cold inappropriately dressed because i was young and i was a school full of women uh but i digress we talked a little bit about a trip and about some of the challenges some of them a selfimposed challenges and i usually i take a chance sometimes night don't book hotels ahead just because i would hate to have paid my money and they get there and they say take that grubby little room circus we have your money or it's just a hotel i don't like because it didn't because the online vision of it was misleading or it was in a terrible location i d i wanna hang on on my money so i can be in person and say do you have a room let me see the room police before i give them the money and of course that works have great in many case but sometimes you get in a jam and that was.

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"wheaton college" Discussed on The BreakPoint Podcast

The BreakPoint Podcast

01:49 min | 4 years ago

"wheaton college" Discussed on The BreakPoint Podcast

"What is christian christianity is an explanation of all of reality does not one square inch of human existence as to which christ who was sovereign over all does not cry out this is breakpoint this week a weekly briefing on faith culture world view and mission with add stelzer of wheaton college and johnstone streak of the colson center ver christian worldview at i wish we could say that the topics of the week were happier topics they're not we're going to talk about the loss of a of a good friend of many of us in does certainly a large figure in dc and inside the beltway trying to bring faith to bare on politics but we got to start with a obviously the major story the week which is just the incredible flooding down in the senate part of texas in houston where hurricane harvey made landfall and then just started dumping rain now of course it's pushing up into louisiana we've seen an awful lot of suffering an awful lot of pain and we've also seen some amazing amazing stories of what happens what comes out at times like these were people band together and help each other in its especially in a time of you were most of our stories weekin weekout have to do with a political divide to see where that stuff doesn't matter anymore and people are just helping each other it's at least a little bit of encouragement there but man it's been a tough week for a texas indeed and i think i think it's an opportunity for us to again acknowledged the broken into to the world who is really what we believe we really believe that the world is broken as a result of the fall and the impact goes on and on and on this is an opportunity for us to you you often talk about john when you speak in love the real words you know a renew and restore and reconcile and this is an opportunity recipe engage in really an opportunity of relief.

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"wheaton college" Discussed on The BreakPoint Podcast

The BreakPoint Podcast

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"wheaton college" Discussed on The BreakPoint Podcast

"The keep our faith to ourselves if anything if if if we don't keep our fate to ourselves and we're being intolerant were being bigoted and so on and so on and so on we're tempted to compromise christian conviction earlier this year many of you saw this senator bernie sanders is he was grilling a candidate for the budget a budget office position who had previously worked at weeding college in this individual had written about a controversy of wheaton college over a professor wearing a muslim muslim garb out of solidarity senator bernie sanders quoted this article that he had written on the website where where the candidate had said that muslims do not know god because they have rejected jesus christ his son and they stand condemned member the story to sanders this was unacceptable it was islam phobic and this is what he said mr chairman this nominee is really not someone who this country is supposed to be about it was a stunning line and many of us reacted why because that's exactly what senator bernie sanders was trying to do was kind of to privatise and pressure the christian belief that you know what this isn't new believe this isn't like hey newsflash christians thank you need to know jesus to go to heaven this has been consistent christian belief from the beginning of time this is the same believe that millions of americans whole but for bernie sanders and i quote this is not the sort of person that this country is about.

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