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"william church" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"On the Mike McConnell show Steve Hawkins in on Christmas Eve. Brian Combs is here and Christmas services also going on. Yeah, they are. I mean, in some places it means violating the curfew was midnight. Mass is on at places like Saint William Church and Price Hill as well as the cathedral. But the basilica and downtown Covington social distancing measures are in place mass will be required the churches across the area. Many of them will be streaming services as well today. S so that you can watch from your home if you don't want to go out in person, But in many corners of the tri state, the religious services that you're so used to the traditional Christmas Eve, things will be happening. Like I said, it's same Williams church in price, and I know they're doing the midnight Mass as they always have. With the choir singing beforehand. There's going to be some churches. We understand to have kind of done it. Buy a ticket thing, Sure, something like that so that they can kind of control the crowd. See how it goes, the archbishop of Cincinnati said. This has been a year. Of waiting waiting for a vaccine waiting for sure. But he says that's nothing new for Christians who await this day in the arrival of their savior. I think we're gonna head head down to the cathedral. See Father Jean Schmidt at five o'clock tonight. That's you know him? I do Well, yes. He taught him picnic and Um Yeah. I mean, I I know it's going to be different, but, you know, I pity some of the ushers churches around the area. If you know they have to do crowd control. And if turn people away from church be sad thing to see. But it may happen it just this morning. It just feels like a different Christmas Eve. All right, what's going on? Said No. We were hoping for that might make this a white Christmas in this state. I don't think so Gonna materialize for most of the area. Those details of seven On NewsRadio. Seven W. Our attention, Good citizen..
"william church" Discussed on Point of Inquiry
"Would enjoy. I think religious people who have an open mind definitely benefit from it. Because i think a lot of people. I talk to you know. Why are you still going to a terse it no longer surge you you know in one of the fears of leaving a church is leaving your community behi- and i wonder how many people who were trapped in a church. That isn't working for them. That isn't being there. Needs that thought that there are people now that i mentioned in the book. They're not always the secular. I know a few religious people here that i've mentioned in the book who are for me. Truly what i would consider be inclusive communities that are welcoming to all these places do exist. And i know it's scary to think about having to leave a community knowing i'm not gonna have any friends i'll be all by myself. The answer is there's a rise of people who are just like you. I'm seeing private groups on facebook. People very slowly going. I'm not a christian. What do i do. And you're starting to find these happening. And i would encourage people not to turn to the religious leaders the christian bestselling authors. They're still christian. They're committed to the church. Institutional look for more people that are on the fringes and i mentioned some of them in the book. There's others who is really doing the grassroots work it is truly welcoming including all right. Even hardcore atheist need community at some level. I think it's also. It's good to see that what i'm getting. Some hope from the secular community is a move towards some kind of acceptance some point. It was like if you're an atheist you know you can go to hell to. You can't be a fundamentalist atheist that is definitely something. I've noticed where people say if you don't believe this this while it now you can't be an atheist. Remind okay that's not. That's not the roger. Williams way that i could think roger williams with disapprove of that form of atheism. I also hoping that people in the secular community what to gave me some hope is when certain allegations came up against some eight two members in the atheist committee to me it was dealt with in a very mature manner. You're looking at. And i think humanists. Here's an area where humanism. I'd like to see them get more involved. As in the area the issue of consent religious people christians often cannot have a honest conversation about human sexuality because it's aita in so much about biblical marriage and even in the progressive communities. They're not discussing poly-amorous and open relationships and ethical non monogamy. But here's what. I can see humanise having a very good position to have a conversation. What does it mean to have consensual relationships so every relationship you enter into whether it's sexual platonic you know. Intimate romantic familiar. Whatever that people have their full autonomy and they're engaging in relationships were everyone can have full cassette. The laws of the legal system and there are certain requirements. If you're by versus if you're of age. But this is a very fruitful conversation that i'm hoping the humanist community could continue to have because they're in a perfect position to initiate dialogue right we can have the conversation based on its merits and not be stuck to any old. A religious taxed rules. Yes it does not even progressive circles. They're still doing religious gymnastics using the bible to try to get around. Were here's how you can have this this. This and the answer is humanism without having that can really have that conversation and i also appreciated watching. How do you have conversations. How do you deal with a someone who tends to be. A predator among people in in gate uses their position of power to engage not consensual relationships. How do you handle that while i want to. Thank you for joining me today. the book is roger williams little book of virtues by becky garrison. Where can people find it. It's available up.
"william church" Discussed on Point of Inquiry
"The generations that preceded them. Yes i mean. I've seen younger people who for them. It's like we're going to cope The person who makes the most money is the one who may go out. Work in the other person's gonna stay home. That would have been unthought of in my generation. You're the mere thought of a man choosing to stay home and raise a child and people are making choices that work for their own ethical values that worked for them. You know your. I'm also excited Living here in oregon. We're we're about to vote into legalize. It makes like mushrooms legal. And that's going to be very exciting for what that could do for helping to expand people's consciousness and also treats diseases like ptsd. I'm seeing what how cannabis is such a amazing medicinal healing tool for many people. These are interesting developments that we're now getting the mortgage touch with nature and see what we learn from nature. I think the better off we will be without the stigma of of past Conceptions of those drugs are or those ways of living. Well if you look at vital is particular with the cannabis issue that was the whole nature was calling marijuana and under hair slinger demonizing of people of color. Especially the black people. And latino people either i mean look at the how they were using their force to stop with the most amazing forms of music jazz from getting off the ground by demonizing criminalising individuals. Such as billie holiday which was just an absolute crime. But i do think it's interesting. How the will of the people right now is not being expressed through our government in that remains a huge problem. Those on the grass roots increasingly. Do not have a voice. And i'm not sure how that's going to play out long-term once whatever the election happens. I think i'm looking beyond the election. Because i think tried to say hope or there is among the rise of as i said a former what. I call secular spirituality. These are people that want to explore being community. They want to explore alternate ways of being. We're seeing rises of communities. Here in portland is really giving me a lot of hope in this regard Well just come full circle here I i know. I believe dockyard people atheists agnostic secular humanist will enjoy reading about roger williams. Is it Do you think religious people.
"william church" Discussed on Point of Inquiry
"People buy into that for a little bit. It's like no. This person is not really trying to build your bridge. They're trying to tap into the atheist. Markets wind their pockets. Are they really trying to have honest dialogue with you. The answer is probably no. They're trying to profit from what they see is a this just a fundamental problem with religious beliefs in general. Because if you. I mean if you're you know the the hard right christians believe that all of us are going to burn in hell. So that's i mean that's a problem with how do you. How do you live your life and and treat people equally and men have true friendships and stuff with that looming over all of our heads. I think what it has to do. And i'm looking at more of the work of the family. The council for national policy and is about what i would call christian capitalism. It's about how do you use a certain type of christianity to advance your political agenda maintain power. That's exactly what winthrop was about. So in some ways she can say we're snafu so rodgers he doesn't play those games he ends up. He did live a long life right. I mean he lived to be eighty or something yes he did but he could have lived a real comfortable. Life had a Engaged in a religious and political Community that was in power he could have lived a real comfortable nice life and he's it seems like he always eschewed that. Definitely i mean people you look at. He was somebody who came under the influence of coke and got a really good education to the charm. her charterhouse school and then later cambridge. He was a contemporary of milton. He was teaching melted will languages. They're both key other different languages. He could have lived in the same kind of universe as milton played his car's right proper anglican and kind of promoted a nice kind of cholera without trying to be as dry as he was but he that's not his personality and that's not my personality either which is why i'm not a christian bestselling author. Yeah yeah you'd have to sell out to do that By the way. Quick point of clarification when you said influence of coke. You're talking about a person named coke in england definitely not talking about the drug of not. There's no evidence that roger was in the least bit. He was a very pious bid jaw. There's no evidence of him engaging in any hanky-panky whatsoever with anyone other than his wife got some kids anyway. Thank goodness you're here with us. Yes thank you How do you see the future on the winding with these evangelical people who are using the government to keep themselves and their religion in power. I think it's hard to be prefaced by saying. I don't even think roger warmer stephen king could have envisioned twenty twenty so i think to to hypothesize where we're going is very difficult. I think trump to me is the symptom not the problem. It's a larger issue. We are having conversations was giving me. Hope is at the grass roots. I'm seeing people that want to get together and put people over politics. What does it mean we come together and celebrate what we have in common as our shared humanity what happens. We look at each other as individuals are worthy of respect. We're not there yet. But i am seeing that happening in small pockets in are sorry go. Nobody most This being realistic reading books. Like some of the books. I've been reading lately about on civilizations. I'm wondering we seem to be coming to the end of civilization cycle. Karen armstrong has documented how he had these five hundred years ships that we seem to be at the end of. We seem to be hitting era where everything's kind of at the decadence degrading the final stages of something. So we've been having this experiment since roger williams time and it seems to be crumbling. What replaces that. I'm gonna leave that up to the political analysts and historians to analyze. I am looking at the extreme rise of nuts. Over fifty percent of americans are in favor of marriage equality. Legalization of cannabis. And a woman's right to choose you're starting to see the emergence of alternative forms of sexuality like holly ameri open relationships. People realizing especially the millennials. They're not getting married but they're still actions in wanting to live in community so we're all this needs in the next ensuing decades. I don't know i'm seeing a rise of generations z. Wanting to make a difference look at how many kids are voting this year. So where this goes. I don't have a crystal ball again. As i said i'd never ever would have predicted twenty twenty but trying to see hope. It is hard to see. Hope you look at the twenty twenty election. Say these are my choices but then look at the grass roots and see where you're seeing local cages happening in the community for good. The there's something just to be said about other generations dying off and being replaced by like you said i mean the the the younger people of every subsequent generation seems to be less religious more socially conscience on us All these qualities that seem to be a advances at least in my to my humanist is thing i think is important and this is of the nuns only sixty percent of them Lesson or so. Her number in that area identify is ardent atheists. A lot of have what they would consider to be a spiritual guru. It's just not tied to a institutional fake and where this is going to go. I don't know you look at the reformation that happened there was a tremendous amount of splitting and fracturing and repurposing together were now in that fracturing phase and. I'm seeing some signs of things being put together. What is it three and ten people. Under thirty caller religion done it is really rising and others call their religion. Something how many of them are more cultural. Like i am as opposed to actually be agnostic and it's also interesting with a whole lot of other development. You're seeing. I mean i'm looking at how the metoo movement is informing disney could be sa- backlash going on for a while. But we're looking at. How do we create Societies where everyone is considered equal based on their own words regardless of their race gender ethnicity and other barker's that we've used to bite in the past right and and these generations upcoming team to that seems to be in their dna way more naturally than it is to.
"william church" Discussed on Point of Inquiry
"Sam pretend like it's not a part of your your your upbringing near your point of view. I guess and also being piscopo salient and raised down south. I did have many of the same hatreds. I mean the kkk. Hey came after my father in nineteen sixty for trying to integrate is hurt. So i do recall being told by evangelical numerous times i was going to go to hell for variety of things from wearing pants to my dad wears dress when he reaches a church to. I drink wine at sunday. You name it so many ways. I kind of identify with atheists jews and to some extent catholics who were persecuted by the evangelical or not persecuted seriously ridiculed for not conforming to their beliefs. Yeah you you you site. Oh a lot of comedians in the book which made me smile. many times. kelly carlin appeared on our stage at the center for acquirer in los angeles. I did a pilot with lewis black. I you know i used to do. Stand up comedy. I open for bell hanks years ago in the nineties. So you mentioned all these people and use them to help sort of tell these stories and it keeps the book it it. It keeps a lighter tone threaded through it Throughout thank you. That was definitely informed by my parents who were very very inappropriate. As saying in the book i was introduced to songs like wolfgang. Amadeus mozart is a dirty old man. My father would send me the english versions of those lyrics. I was applauded. When i would give nixon the finger on television and i really absorbed laugh at and as my family started to really implode from alcoholism. Both my parents died from the disease in the late seventies. When i was a teenager monty python happened to be coming on. pbs and that was really soul. Saving as was george carlin. Uber is always been away for me to laugh as they say no matter what yeah i mean and we get great insight from some of these people. I mean carlin especially in his Rip the hell out of organized religion and and but but did saw as social commentary. I mean it was. I found it funny. We were in the audience one time in orange county and he just went into this tirade that lasted ten or fifteen minutes and there weren't much laughs i have to. Sarah was sort of uneasy laughs. Sure you know. The crowd were At least a good part christian but karlin gone away with it because you know we saw the humor in it but it was also legitimate social commentary and also if you look at how george carlin was treated by the nuns. It is not surprising. I mean i if anything. I think he but he also had a very strong core of wanting to be humid. I remember this one. Episode is doing a comedy bid of showing his dogs basically having sex with each other and just use videos say something really horrible about the catholic church and then switched to his dogs or switch to baseball switch. Do he had amazing ability to slam something. And then give us hope. Is i saw very optimistic. Side of george carlin and then get someone like bill. Hicks bill hicks. I really regret that he died. Way too young because his voice was so important at quitting out the absolute poxy of corporatization and to me. That's been one of the things about america's watching how christianity has become completely corporate sized in both the progressive and evangelical wing the biggest enemy to me. If you'll get a whole christian dutcher a complex. Now everyone is doing things ultimately as i always say follow the money and see who's funding and even amongst progressive causes. I would encourage people to look at the money. I had an instance where i was confined rob bell. Who's this one time Magazines one hundred raiders preachers ad. He ended up taking money to start his ministry. That made him rob bell for betsy devos and people yet. He claims he's pro. Lgbt now explain that to me. Look at some of jim. Wallace of sojourner funding a lot of these people. They claim to be hipster. An edgy but ultimately there will hold to the christian duster complex did pace and funds. They're fun so to speak. These are obsolete as you look at rick warren and some of these churches. They're not all in the wall churches in the middle of neighborhood. Somewhere there megachurches and their multimillion dollar operations. Oh yes of the. If you look at how you become a best selling new york times author you pay to play you. If you don't play the game you end up being kind of an outsider. And i think that's ultimately would have to roger williams. He wouldn't play the god game. You wouldn't play the politics game with people who were Pushing guide as part of their power structure. That fair yes. I think it is definitely because even today. You see a lot of isis board aggressive. Were there like. We're going to try to build bridges. We want to try to find harmony. We wanna try to find ways that we can you know promote what we want to say. We're going to do what i called. Atheism outreach to a slash ism and is is to me.
"william church" Discussed on Point of Inquiry
"Your technique and telling his story. I by the way it's set up before but it's very enjoyable. Read and i liked the fact that you you. We've some of your personal history in your personal journey and with The telling of his story and you also use the has the before basic virtues. Do as a sort of a little bit of a framework the tell his story elaborate on that a little bit. Oh yes. I began to part of why i wanted to identify with roger williams. I come from what. I would describe as as a very dysfunctional family with addiction and alcohol issues in it and i was trying to explore why i never became like that i just was in that exploration and i found this relative of mine that i really identified with and i realized there must be something in our respective dna. Think very very much like and he was a very bright shining exemplar my own personal life. I began to read up on. Heaven's see how he was able to maintain in a very polarizing era. His sanity remain a kind compassionate person. And i found myself very troubling with. How do i do that. How do i learn how to put people over politics. How do i do what. I can't even non religious satirists i satirize religion Take it very seriously because it's many ways. It's a manmade institution where a lot of people can do a lot of very silly and also very harmful things. But what can i learn about his life in ministry. That could help us in this current state of extreme polarization and that's began my search and as i noted in the book i also noted that we both ended up leaving the institutional church who became seekers. And that just fascinated me how. My light seemed to parallel his in some ways. And also you strike the contrast between Today's very politically involved. Evangelical 's and someone like roger williams who would consider himself You know as devout as anyone today but with just as strong of an idea that The government should not be putting their hands and our religion and vice versa. Out definitely i mean. I think and also at a very telling time for me and i've notices with the two thousand sixteen election. Pr are. i reported that the largest voting block for among religious people are the nuns and that includes the spiritual but not religious. Eight hundred is diagnostic. Basically anyone who does not identify with the institutional church and yet both political parties continue to do faith based outreach to quote unquote religious people and you fide whether it's the religious right or this supposed rise of the religious left you're not finding anyone addressing the nuns. Even though they are as i said a largest religious voting block in the united states no one ever courts us in. There's all this religiosity. And i mean. Of course you know. The republican party is is unabashedly pro christian and It's just that it's we're huge. Groper in the tens of millions in no one seems to be taking advantage of that. I think some of that is i was. I was getting to know greg epstein. He was saying that trying. To herd humanist is like trying to urge s because humanise every free thinkers tend to be just that freethinking. You can't coalesce around a single issue like you can among people who faith-based and what i'm finding particularly interesting right now is the media keeps trying to push this mythical rise of a religious. Let you do the numbers. The numbers are not there. There is not a rise of a religious let you have is a rise of a form of neo liberal thinking where you have someone like hillary clinton who happens to have doug co of the family. Ezra spiritual director. This has been documented by religion author and scholar gift. Charlotte that you see this happening. You know the biden campaign did a very good their minds out racia- faith-based people you find evangelical for biden the co left approach progressive. People are now doing something on the religious left and say we want to support this. And i'm sitting here going. I'm not seeing the statistics for this. I'm just not it's surprising. How even the dnc is ignoring this major body. But we'll do you think the hillary and the biden's baby are just trying to peel off. A few percentage points of evangelical or or you know religious rain. My background is in church. State separation not in politics but or what it looks like to me is that they're operating from a neoliberal standpoint. Not looking at what's happening the grassroots what i see happening at the grassroots often people are connecting on some very deep in very profound ways. And that's what. I was pointing out in my book and i noticed this when i was moving here to specific north west here. You have a celtic form of spirituality. It is very much informed by the beauty and the nature of the world around us. There's communication are looking to explore sacred sexuality and the environment in different ways and connecting of being and they're not connected to the usage additional church at all. It's may be here. and i have met. Some people here are kind of outliers doing some very interesting ministries here but you're not seeing this huge religious pushier yet. There's a definitely a very strong desire to connect with something beyond themselves. They just don't call it. It's more canal. What happens when you get outside. You connect with nature out right Well it's in. The pacific northwest is one of the least religious arts of our country Well what do you call yourself these days in terms of religious perspective. We're here to be a little bit careful because some of the atheist crew slammed me for not coming out and saying i'm an eighty s is what i say. I'm an apathetic agnostic anglican. I'm apathetic. Because i brace the mystery. This is there something in this world is just i got nature or something beyond me and i cannot fathom it and i just want to sit and revel in it and it takes me to a different plane a different state of be. I'm agnostic. Because i don't know and i'm gonna probably stay that way for good long while if not the rest of my life in many ways we don't know and.
"william church" Discussed on Point of Inquiry
"Experiences as being a a a puritan. A minority person in england that shape his ideas of the hour of the state being able to dictate. I i mean. He's he's seeing. You said there were hangings of puritans. He's he's seeing these types of things as you know the bully of the state exercising. Its power over individual conscience. He doesn't set his doesn't bring in his personal history of a lot. We don't know about him. We learn about snips in pieces from other people. But that's what. I was surmising based on all of my readings. We don't know the genesis of where this happened but we've never seen any writing problem where he does not address this. Okay so he comes over he he comes to the of massachusetts bay colony. He gets banished for them from them. In the dead of winter and what happens to them he befriends. The local natives who helped survive helped him to survive and then he founds the colony of rhode island which is in providence plantations and tries to set up a community there and then established in does work for decades to try to establish a charter there. In the meantime i i noticed. During the peak war of another and other events he helps massachusetts with a number of what he calls indian insurrections and quells them despite than they still will not let roger sale at a massachusetts bay harbor. His banishment was not lifted until nineteen. Thirty six when the massachusetts state legislature finally passed a resolution revoking the ban. A lot of good did him in nineteen thirty six. Yes i you know you gotta you gotta give them credit for not holding a grudge against the The massachusetts bay people as he's he's he actually probably saves a bunch of lives right by. I mean there's a bunch of indian tribes that are ready to Really stock at to the massachusetts bay colony. He said quite a bit. The only tempers tempers so much. I mean because of who was and what he did. He was warned that the natives were going to burn down providence and he was given so he could flee in that sense he was still very well respected as an individual but at this point the natives were so upset that they for and understandably so having their land sees that they had a series of wars which is the king phillips war which proved to be very deadly and costly. Nobody's nobody in their a side on. The colonists side is listening to roger williams. When he's saying you at least that you should be compensating. These people for taking their land right. They're just taking it Oh yes i mean. I'd you wonder how successful the united the what later became the united states would have been without the usurping of land for free and the exploitation of free slave labor. Yeah right all this is That continues on for two centuries and change right after this we have long and storied history of making promises to native populations and then reneging on yes we still continue that practice of fortunately today. Low for listening to point of inquiry you're taking a short break to announce that this episode was made possible to the wadsworth shang fund the fund was started by supporters of the show spike wadsworth cherry shang. We're both committed to science critical thinking and making accessible thought provoking content that addresses the big questions in science religion politics and culture. We are grateful for their generous support. Point of inquiry in its umbrella organization. The center for inquiry critically examined an advocate against pseudoscience. The dangers of alternative medicine and analyzes the intersection of religion and science in our society this educational and advocacy work of the center for inquiry. It's more central now. The never before and your support is more central than ever. Point of inquiry is a listener.
"william church" Discussed on Point of Inquiry
"Been roger. Williams caught have had a a preaching gig and boston when he first got there. I mean he could've been a proper high standing member of that society if he wanted right. Oh yes he was very charismatic. Very popular in fact. He was when he was banished. The dead of winter he was tipped off by winthrop. The you know you. You need to leave so the personally. Everyone really enjoyed being his company. Which is why. I think he's still alive. And conversely i'm here as his twelfth grade granddaughter but no roger was choosing to place his values over his pocket book. He did it every time he died. Destitute is books were burned by parliament. He died penniless. Forgotten man you go around massachusetts. There's very few signs that he's there. I mean you. Dr signs of course in rhode island. But that's the smallest state unions. He's been written out of the history. Books jefferson came along the hundred and fifty years. Later is the person who is credited with creating the wall of churches separation state. Not roger williams. You know why is he written out of history with thomas paine as well because he had some pretty serious enemies toward the end of his life and people were writing bad things about him and History was not you know was not putting them up as where he should be. In the pantheon of founding fathers doll with roger williams right. i mean he's oh was it. One of the matters wrote something nasty about him. Yes i think. He has the misfortune of coming to ahead of history. I mean you look at for example in look at the reformation. History tindale was executed for translating the bible into the vernacular martin. Luther did the same thing that later and was perfectly fine. Roger cable too far ahead of history he did not have the ground swell of support that would have been needed to keep him in the history books. Yeah and he's he's saying things that threaten power the power in existence at the time right. Oh yes and it's also the fact. He was doing things that were unheard of the mere fact that he was the first person to translate the first nations peoples languages english. He wrote this book tried to communicate with the local tribes instead of massacring them in giving them equitable monies due for their land. He allowed ed hutchinson a woman. Oh horrors to set up a meeting house in newport. The first synagogue in the new world is set up in newport as well. These are concepts that are just absolutely unheard of it this time. This is beyond heretical. Even permitted atheists. Which at that time. We're called heretics to come and ride side in rhode island. No one had heard of this is just unfathomable beyond all comprehension. That's really the first of the colonies that are saying anybody can come here of any religion and live yes rhode island had the first state charter that granted religious liberty to everyone and by now when we say everyone we just no one thing is that roger williams never did address the issue of slavery and he when he addressed women's rights. It was only in terms of their right to worship as they please. There's a case. I note in the book involving the vernons where j burnin wanted to worship with roger williams at his church he said fine but there was no mention of the fact that her husband was beating the living daylights out of her so his objection to protect. Jane was from a religious freedom standpoint not from a domestic violence viewpoint so he in some ways he was a man of his times in. There are issues that we're just not even address america that nowadays. We are seriously still wrestling with well. Weren't weren't wives considered basically the property of their husbands along the at that i am an impure evidence. Yes as we're slaves. I'm just trying to point out. That roger williams for his time was very enlightened but there was a point at which he was primarily focused on church-state separation. That's the issue that i look at some of his other issues. Were not ones that he dealt with. We find a energy mentioned his writings a bit ago. He wrote the blowzy tenant while he was still in england that i believe was probably written when he came here in sixty eight thirty that was written in somewhat. Later it works. There's also a period where he was travelling to england. Try to secure the first charter after a while. He sent this gentleman named clark over who ended up securing but he did travel back somewhat to try to get the first charter. And then after charles. I was executed and oliver cromwell became to power. Things looked okay. But then after brahma was executed he had to go back and secure the second charter under charles. The second so exactly when he penned which. I'd have to go back and charter exactly. When he was in the united states when he started the colonies. I need and when he was in england. But the purpose of this document and it's for the listeners. it's bloody b. l. o. u. d. y. and it's has tenant t. e. an emt on the document but it's really tenant right. I mean it's a it's an earlier spelling often but yes and he just pointed out of major issue. A tried to do research involving roger. williams is yet. You're reading seventeenth century. English must most of the works that i've looked at have not been translated into more modern english. You're spending your time doing a lot of scholarly slogging. The and and this document was basically an argument to the english parliament. To give some of these freedoms to the balance yet yes he was basically blasting and then of course is a lovely cotton. Mather was definitely opposed to that so the rotor opposition to which roger then wrote additional opposition. He was very very firmly. This is a man who said force. Religion stinks in the nostrils of god. He was definitely opposed to anybody forcing anyone to worship against the way that they wished and ultimately that led. Yeah even though he founded the first baptist church in america he ultimately concluded that no one knows the full truth and therefore he let the institutional church. It became a secret that has maybe his early.
"william church" Discussed on Point of Inquiry
"Them here. I think it's important to distinguish between periods in. Pilgrim's and not to defend might helga relatives but i consider the pilgrims to be more akin to the amish meeting. If you wanted to stay in plymouth colony in live with a puritan you had to their beliefs and if not you were asked to leave in the case of the puritans you will be put on trial could be executed site. Difference there i think. Yeah yeah right. I mean they both. They're both pretty demanding of people being the same as them. Just what different consequences if you also look at it. I mean john. Winthrop was the one who put the city on a hill the beacon on the light and he was using religion as a means of social control. And this is where. I think roger's running into problems. He was also suggesting that the natives should have be compensated for their land. He had was allowing women like ann hutchinson to have a services and preach these were issues so it was more than just a religious disagreement. He was impacting. The economic future of the massachusetts bay colony where religion had to be used to control. And think about this. England did not have a colony at this moment. There was a lot of pressure on john winthrop to make the massachusetts bay colony work and lineup with the anglican churches version of how that should happen because if he doesn't in some way accommodate the anglican church. He's gonna lose his ability to be the governor so he was. There was a lot of pressure on this gentleman. I'm not justifying his behavior but people realize when you discuss these current church-state debates you can trace back to williams win throw you know. Are we a christian. Nation a beacon on this hill to shine forth version of politicized christianity to the rest of the world. Or do we allow for liberty of conscience for people to practice as they please so winter is trying to play ball with the crown and stay in their good graces and still he. Everything puritan williams is saying some of these new radical ideas. Yes that's what. God had banished to what was called robes island which back then would have been considered to be a very very undesirable places to live. This is where you basically sent everyone who was either going to rhode island or you go back to england to get executed but he could have been roger. Williams caught have had a a preaching gig and boston when he first got there. I mean he could've been a proper.
"william church" Discussed on Point of Inquiry
"Hello again everybody. Welcome to another episode of point of inquiry. I'm your host. Jim underdown and today. We're gonna be talking about roger williams who the hell is roger williams. You might ask turns out. The answer is pretty interesting. If you're from rhode island you probably know that. Roger williams is basically the founder of the state of rhode island and he's also the founder of the first baptist church in the united states even before we were the united states. So why are we talking about this religious puritan on point of inquiry. Well it turns out that he can't be cubbyhole quite that simply roger williams was way ahead of his time in a lotta ways. Unlike the evangelical today roger williams was a staunch church-state separation est even before rhode island was estate and before the united states was a country he believed in the individual's right of conscience and rhode island really was the first colony to welcome people of all religions. So today. i'm gonna talk to becky garrison who is actually a relative of roger williams. She's a writer of many different topics and she wrote a book. Called roger williams little book of virtues a very interesting book which weaves her life modern political times and the history of roger williams all into one book. i spoke to her from her. Home in oregon. So without any further ado becky garrison baqi garrison. Welcome to point of inquiry. Thanks for being on today. Thank you very much for having me. I read your book. Roger williams little book of virtue. I found myself enjoying it. And i think we have a very similar tastes in comedy and history and maybe even some religious common ground. Let's start a little bit about you worry from. Originally i'm originally from the south spent most of my childhood in north carolina in africa college. I moved to new york city and boston area. And then in two thousand and fourteen. I moved to the pacific northwest and currently live in portland oregon. Okay so they won. You're a us a kid in school first of all. Did you know about roger williams at all and did you know you're related to him. I knew i was related to him. I had some spinster aunts. That's what we called them back then. Who carded the family tree. I guess he didn't have anything else to do. So i know was related to this man who founded prudence island were family vacation. But i had no idea even though i had been to divinity school. I was not aware of his work in churches. Date separation were accurate published. My first look red. Blue god black and blue church which was on the very same topics the topic of temporary church and state. Yes and i also realize. We're both are very vehemently. Both can be kind of smarty pants. I think there's portions of roger. Williams is writing where he could give his contemporary johnson swift. A good run for his money. I mean and what's i think. Odd for our audience is that this is a very Roger williams very pious religious man of omega. What what what what. What are his one was he born. He's he's a he's a seventeenth century person. Yes that's correct. He came to the united states actually ten years after my relative pilgrims came over on the mayflower so he was around that same era. Where your options. He became an anglican at as a small child. Became a pure puritan at the age of eleven. Which so he's been pursuing the more going against the church for pretty much all of his life. Don't what is so just a paint. A little bit of a picture about seventeenth century england. What is the difference between a regular anglican and people who were calling themselves. Puritans at that point. We'll as people like jacob a very well noted back in this era. You either were practising the religion of the state or you were not alive. So that's or you are under persecution. If you happen to be lucky to get put into the tower or home or tortured during this period you are required to follow the faith now. Roger lucked out in the sense that he got a -sition with mashes was very wealthy. Well-connected families and at the time archbishop loud was not persecuting rival chaplains who were in families he was persecuting other people who were puritans but not those like roger who were able to be well-connected at least in the interim yeah saw it's. It's not really a great time to be a puritan. In his way is youth. Is it an england. People being hung in his area he would've. I've cited several examples in the book. Roger had to be aware of what the dangerous were if you chose to go against the state but he felt very strongly at a very early age. And we don't know where this came from never discussed his relationships with his family or his. It appears but very early age. He knew that the church needed to be separate from the state and back in the seventeenth century. That was a viewpoint that would get very least exiled. If not executed saw were were like almost a century past henry the eighth and splitting from the catholic church and basically the puritans are saying that they anglican church did not go far enough in their split from catholicism and this got them into trouble with the angle cans and okay so rodgers in that camp at a pretty young age and that seems to be is a main. if you're during my career in england at this point right they are a minority. But i am when he went to the united states was over at massachusetts bay colony. They were puritan but they still remain on good graces with the ground and that is for roger began to have differences with the massachusetts bay colony. Because over there. If you were not there kind of puritan you would find yourself executed tourists. Boston may be interested to find. The commons was a place. It was very common to have hangings there mary. Sex's mary dyer. People should remember right. that All these people who came to the americas for alleged religious freedom only meant that they wanted freedom for themselves. Not for anyone else. Who.
"william church" Discussed on Hard Factor
"Yes indeed back to that aviator Joe thing if the guy just slapped on his air force jacket with aviators and was smoking a joint That would be a really cool image. He's really blowing it there and and well. I agree with you that if any candidate specifically Biden wanted to grow mustache rush rush force jacket giving you a bump. That's an opportunity missed for every candidate. Yeah yeah well he also thinks you Kamera WanNa would have given you a bump if you know what I mean. Yeah exactly drug all right guys. Fox News has filed a trademark application for the phrase okay boomer which which I assume was done so by Fox so that they can control the use of the phrase in an effort to protect their viewer base. Can you explain okay boomer so okay boomer. There was a New Zealand. Climate Change Advocate Dogma. Commit climate change in. Someone interrupted her and the the climate change advocate goes okay boomer to essentially saying like shut up you ruined the world so boomer being baby generation colonials really gripped onto when they when they kind of like what you said. Joe Biden says the weeds gateway drug okay boomer ageism but the but the boomers did ruin. Yeah but that's okay. Okay but the thing is guys. They didn't file it for for clothing or anything like that. In fact it was for a television show in in fact for specifically a reality competition. Show comedy show or a game show some thinking maybe this is my this is my take them. What the okay boomer Fox show would be Fox News show is? I'm thinking maybe game show or a mouthy woke millennial is suspended over a tank of alligators as a punishment for rudely dismissing a member of the boomer generation saying okay boomer and has to correctly answer answer trivia questions about the Reagan administration to save their lives. What are you guys who wants to go? Go ahead go ahead. I think it's a couple of kids staring at a mean bag mushrooms right before they eat it and then to eat it then they follow them around. Okay boomer okay okay. That's okay. I think I like your idea. Of boomers shaming millennials with boomer. FACS button down okay. boomer is going to be a show where they bust boomers. There's really not knowing like shit about like tech and basic shit like they don't know how to make a phone call and shit and then like Orcas Fox News hosted by Jeff Foxworthy essentially. It's are you smarter than a fifth grader. Like sixty year olds answering like stupid questions. millennials cracking up in the crowd. Oh they don't know how to to you guys got Fox News covered all right. I had a boom Hauser joke to king of the hill size. You just don't know what he's saying but that's okay boom I'm house. That's more like boom. How're boomer boomer? All right moving on we'll China's tired of his flexing our muscles in the South China Sea guys so they're responding to the US military Tori presents by unveiling their newest aircraft carrier and sending it right into our faces for training purposes and to put it through the paces of course nothing more. This goes back to what we've already covered awhile back with China. Basically taking over some islands down there for their own military purposes which many countries in the region is a violation of international law countries. Like Vietnam the Philippines Malaysia Taiwan and other countries. Just can't see what are they gonNA do shit so basically China's acting like depot down there being like that sucks because those are great vacation spots as well obviously living there little little bit harder like Yongkang but like you can't even vacation there China's GonNa take all these places overcharges tossing their weight around over there and that's mark's concern about international relations that's related to Asian countries. I need to get to those countries and visit vows concern Eric leaders over in the Caribbean right. When you know pat what if they took off he'd be inconsolable? We know you. You probably join up. So this is in response to the. US is down there kind of provoking them by sailing. Around our worships just more attention to be added to the region with Hongkong Shit show Responding to the claims of China's Flexing People's Liberation Army Navy spokesman Chang Duarte said training of the a home The homemade aircraft carriers normal arrangement in the process of aircraft carrier construction is not into any specific target and has nothing to do with the current situation which is complete bullshit He's the Basil. Just like Louis fucking did you wanNA fuck with us. Now here's our biggest baddest newest aircraft carrier So he wanted us to stop flexing. And then we you know you just just basically. It's just a big Dick Competition down there. Right now he just got the biggest baddest ships. So hopefully doesn't really hope we are What the Aircraft Carrie? Bunch of Vegans are suing Burger King because they're claiming that they're impossible burgers are hooked on the same Grille as the regular and therefore contaminated by meet. These are human beings ordering food from Burger King paying and then complaining after the fact about some sort of contamination. You fucking kidding me. Not The sharpest fucking kidding surpised. Now I was raised. I was raised by Vegetarians. Right be old school vegetarians. They purposely like the whole fucking go go. They don't go go to Burger King. Vegetarians didn't use to eat fries for McDonald's cooking animal fat. Like this is a well known thing. He's new fucking vegans. They don't fucking know sure but also like isn't the griddle hot enough for like it's not really contaminated. What fucking who gives a fuck? It's not like on your burgers. I would say the top the top two thoughts that can come up with an. I'm sorry that we're not vegans. Regan's on the show so if you're listening up another or Vegan options things for how to help Save Your Life which which my dad did saved his life. Congratulations and then. Also if you respect animals those are the top two so if you respect animals you don't go to fucking Burger King there. You Go Philip Williams church a huge nerd from Lanta filed a class action lawsuit claiming Burger King advertises the impossible burger as a vegan alternative to its meats burgers yet. They're all cooked the same grill and and the lawsuit goes on to say. That Burger King didn't even have a single disclosure or sign on its menu that would alert customers prior to to the person purchased the impossible Burger. That was cooked on the scene grill as regular Burger. He said Philip Williams my God in Atlanta. Someone's gotTa go punch Philippines flames in the fucking face. Is there any chance you wins the lawsuit. I mean no more sign. Williams supported his ridiculous lawsuit by noting. There have been numerous complaints posted online by outraged. Vegans what a fun message board. That sounds like I couldn't find that message board but I did find some comments from facebook from some people that may not understand. Stand the whole Vegan philosophy. I don't know you tell me after. Hearing Him Holger Star says what I find. Ironic is that people that don't eat meat. Try to get their food to taste like meet in the words of Marvin Gaye and Tammi. Terrell ain't nothing like the real thing bay rubbing that's a dumb ass. I know you got no. That's awesome. Masturbation real close radio PAT and it doesn't so says it's not a vegetarian restaurant for goodness the sake and then I won't go there because I don't want my real beef contaminated with fake being so fuck Philip. Whoever the Fuck Fuck Guy Williams or Morris also more up Vegan read? It must be quite a place. Oh God they place you don't want to go they can they. It can cause a shit storm because I I bought some of those like actually patents. He wants tonight those The meatless Burgers from from COSCO and I cooked tonight on the same Pan on as Bacon tweet and be like like that. Vegans and then I was. I got scared because I didn't want any of the Vegan. Picking on the VEGANS and cyclists. Yeah no to to rough crowd. They got a lot of energy their skin either awake old time. The people that sounds like it would taste good a Veggie veggie. Patty cooked. Bacon Grease was very. I bet that's a bet that was really taste. I guess big things going on with predicted dot org right now the website where you can gamble and wager on politics and news And let's talk about them. So as will mentioned earlier show Biden came out and said no one federalization of marijuana. And I think that's GonNa Affect some markets. I think it's GONNA a hurt. Him In states where weed is legal because I think those people in legal stare sitting there saying look how good this has been for our economy This is this is obviously GonNa be great for the economy at the. Da from a listener that asked if it was gonna if we should sell Biden in Nevada. Now well okay so right. Now Biden on leading at thirty five cents to win the the Nevada a caucus or primary on. It's made a little bit of money. Little bit profited a little bit because he's gone up a little bit but I know on Biden on sixty six cents in about what you could sell anyone anyone that's bought and if you're worried about those you can sell this lease make your money back the state. He's not going to go as far as to like reverse any state's decisions. He's not illegal as it fairly soon about a safe. The concert right but the concern is does Nevada care so much about we that I'm not going to support a guy that doesn't like week fine. No but my point is if you're living in about a you're seeing. The Revolution Against Against Nevada. People might shops that they want to send their their. We'd across literally they can still let me say something. Let me say something. The only Nevada Adan on the show in Nevada like I think seventy eighty percent of the state feels that legalized weed is a good thing. So like you said. They're safe in their own states. It's not gonNA impact how they feel about how Biden Nevada but it could. It could affect some people some of the more heart peop- quad core. We'd people may drop off because it is shitting on on one of their core values. I will the other thing you can do. If you're nervous about that one so you can pick up mayor Pete. So Mayor Pete took the lead in the polls for the Iowa caucuses are over the weekend which means he emerges the overall front runner on the Democratic Party. I would grab him in. Some of the We had him in the September. He's so quick he was took too along. Yeah I would grab him in some of the Who Will Win these state primary market? So essentially he was GonNa win the primary Right now he's at twenty cents in Virginia Seventeen cents in Washington nineteen cents in California. Not Not sure he's GonNa win the primaries or the caucus but we at least knowing that he's probably GonNa Climb Mayor. Pete may emerge as the Democratic Front runner..
"william church" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"It's thirteen at News Radio. Eight forty W H A AS. Our top story is in northern Kentucky. That's where the student at the center of a viral video depicting an apparent confrontation between hammer. A native American veteran is speaking out in the videotape at the Lincoln Memorial. Knicks Sanmen from Covington Catholic high school is seen standing and smiling in front of a native American man since identified as Nathan Phillips who were saying a chance of beating a drum and a letter saying man says he's. Is seeking to correct misinformation outright lies being spread about him and his family saying man, claiming he was singled out in approached by Phillips, adding that he was startling confused. As to why he approached him Paul called in to our sister station, seven hundred wwl w in Cincinnati and said, he didn't like the kids attitude and a smirk on his face. He's got all these cheerleaders behind him. Look like, they're chair anymore on or whatever there anymore, whatever. And like you said he got too close. He should have backed up. Jill was a chaperone on the trip and doesn't agree with the statement from the archdiocese condemning it, I do not agree with the diocese cutting can statement. The. They have not fully investigated. The matter incurred our the story from people who were there. It's six. Oh, two at News Radio. Eight forty W H A S a new initiative launched Friday to fight discrimination, celebrating its first event this afternoon. We must send a louder clear message that hate has no home in our city the initiative called lean in Louisville focuses on getting rid of racial hatred and all forms of discrimination by introducing citywide, cultural experiences and exhibits mayor Fischer says he got the idea after seeing too much violence in the news. We saw that in Charleston, Charlottesville, Pittsburgh and right here in our own community. Nj town this past October. One of the first events is a Martin Luther King junior day celebration this afternoon at Saint William church on oak street. Suzanne Duval, NewsRadio eight forty W H A S rare. Daytime attack on Iranian targets in Syria attributed to Israel. On sunday. Jumped in another round of cross-border violence, the spokesman for the Israeli army. Jonathan Rica says three sorties of fighter jets attacked military targets belonging to Iran's could forces in Syria. He said that included training and intelligence sites and weapons storage centers in and around Damascus at least eleven were killed, according to the Syrian observatory for human rights Rica said the Israeli strikes were response to a missile fired by Iranian forces towards Israel Sunday that missile shot down by the iron dome. Giordani Miller ABC news Jerusalem America reflecting on the legacy of civil rights icon, Dr Martin Luther King junior. Well, Martin Luther King day was created in one thousand nine hundred three after the signing of legislation by president. Ronald Reagan the movement to honor Dr king's birthday actually began fifteen years earlier days after his assassination in.
"william church" Discussed on On Heir - Royal News & Interviews
"Depp's rented somewhere. There's a cluster of villages in areas all call chipping Norton. But it's not it's like a little cheer in great chew and all the others at Abry, you know, the rest. Guys. I'm nice. It's it's an interesting area. There isn't much to do. I will say that Saif farmhouse Adele in fall lovely walking. They won't don't. Yes. Great places to work. Great hike said beautiful area the walking dogs. I think. Yes. I mean, that's one of the reasons that they picked that. We know that they went with more in the end because it is a great place not just for children. But also a great place to the dogs. I think everyone was so focused on the time. This is a lovely place to raise children. I'm like they already have two in the in the shape of teeth talks. All kind of children. So obviously had Christmas at Sandringham. We saw Harry and Meghan state Sandringham house Kate and William of ama- the Middleton family didn't stay with this year because they were in symbolics more lease. They were buckle brief, no. We're gonna talk about these pictures. I made I I'm sure you saw the pictures of Pippa and her husband James Matthews, James Middleton, lots of GM's going around confused, James Middleton, and his new French girlfriend Elise. Thank Nate and Carole Middleton spent Matthews and his wife vote Williams. There were a lot of brilliance advertising Aiden rock. Is that or you're gonna say? Tuppence-worth three. It was interesting that. Very very private hotel where I can't take pictures. If you're within the confines that the party Middleton. Murphy chose to leave the private confines of that hotel to go onto public beach. I'll just speak just generally in terms of celebrity in general. It does bother me when people expect Bill to turn on and turn off. I've seen this celebrities in the past where there are times where they once yet photographers coming and taking GE's and then on I'm not suggesting this is the case for the Middleton's at all. But and then in the other and then same breath. They don't want to the next week because it doesn't see them anymore. It's a it's a it's a dangerous game equally. There have been situations in the past the I know about where particular set of pictures that looks like it's being staged has been printed in one publication with approval given. And then when a privilege asked for if by other publications, it is said that that they are claimed that the picture Tate, totally taken aware, and they didn't realize his outrageous that privies bit faded. It's a it's a dangerous game. It's a dangerous game. So the Middleton's didn't go to Norfolk because they were booked breath, and there were some barks, and but we did see because normally we see the Middleton's Goto and Mer for the weekend before or after Kate's birthday, which is known for January. And so we saw Kate and William church law Sunday because they had a house party case birthday. Yeah. I think Laura it was a collection the collective noun, by the way, I made for collective go. Parents got parental whatever the collector now for go parents that was it for Kate's birthday house party. I mean, she does every it doesn't. She looks really fun. I mean, I'd love to be wall. Sadly, we can't be. There was Laura and James Meade. Now, Laura is Louise godmother James Meade is Charlotte's father. And there was a media, Jordan Patterson and her husband, David, Amelia's, kite scrape might from school, and she is George's. Got mother. So if free Cambridge childhood, what are they? Nice way to end the holidays are now back in London. Georgia's back at school in this first day back yesterday. Who's always the thing hates it about the Christmas. Holidays comes crashing and. Yeah. And then of course, Kate returns to work. She does she'll be at the king Henry's wall garden and is linked to. To see how the community project brings people together through gardening and growing food. And it'll be a number of activity said we built helping Bill bird boxes that is outdoor pizza oven or something like that making pizzas. It's kind of very much in theme with this outdoorsy kids..
"william church" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Oakland, golden grizzlies, not Oakland, California. We're talking Oakland. Michigan and horizon league congrats to Xavier. Now, I gave you a little bit of a rundown of my I tin are- on weekends. When I was a kid growing up at the corner, west eighth in Rosemont running down the street the William school and Satan William church and lived for Sundays at one o'clock. That was Notre Dame highlights. There was singing the boy's choir. The eleven o'clock mass at Saint willies, then run home to catch. Jack, Marantz king TV bowling. And then the Cleveland Browns at one o'clock and in my dad announced when the band. Angles were born the Browns fired Paul Brown. We are now Cincinnati Bengals fans of never hated the Browns. I look at them is the Bengals big brother. But true blue Bengals fans at the corner of west eighth in Rosemont JT is in Middletown JT, what did you watch as a kid man that you still remember so many things chick, I'm sixty. So I'll go back a little weight, but how 'bout how 'bout Ernie banks against Hank Aaron Willie Mays against Mickey Mantle in homerun derby. Oh, those homerun derby were just awesome. I'm serious. You get the best players. You know, the best sluggers in either league against each other. It was pretty cool and how about thrill of victory and the agony of defeat. No doubt ABC's wide world of sports in that you the St. jumper. Yeah. False. Cringe. I wondered if he ever was how bad he was hurt. If that, you know, I don't know if he ladder. Yeah. I'll that ever came about. But anyway, yeah. Those are two good ones tonight. King king a bowling back. Yeah. You got me on that. When you were so desperate to watch sports. I even watch the American sportsman. You. Fishing. Yeah. Back then I didn't like fishing. I do now. So I will get that was on now. I'd probably wear it out. Oh my goodness. Yeah. Sports related things to check uncle Al and captain kangaroo. I know it's not sports. But I you know, I went to both of those as a three and four year old. So I'm just it used to be on TV every morning. I forget what time eight or nine. But I used to watch that religiously day and thanks for having me on. But I appreciate it very much. And one thing I loved about Sundays, you know, after after bangle and Browns game, the four o'clock games, those AFC west tilts, Kurt gowdy what Al D. Rowe goddess of all people anybody remember that name but love the late returns coming in from the west coast. Whether it's the Rams the forty Niners at Key's stadium or gosh. Yeah. San Diego in Denver in KC and. The chargers and the Oakland Raiders going deep down the field, man. Just loved it. Loved it. Now, Nancy's and Coleraine Nancy were you at redsfest by chance. I didn't make it this year. I was calling in early. I'm out running errands, who's calling earlier you were asking person, positivist guess. Yeah. To say that Dr celebrating a hundred fifty years as the oldest rational baseball franchise next year. FC Cincinnati wanna MLS Karimun probably most likely I think we're gonna see change at the helm at the Bengals. So there's a lot of positivity going on and as far as Bill Hamilton run Billy Ryan. Don't look turn turn the key on that one and go onto the next chapter. Yes. Also with your team of what you watch growing up. You know, west best side, we always had the reds on the radio. And then was a big watcher. I'm boring as well as. What's that Ron TV beautiful beautiful with Chris shankleman? Nelson. Burton junior on Saturday afternoons. You got it. All right. Nancy? Thank you so much. All right. Take care. Appreciate it. Great stuff. Great stuff. Danny wants to check in from college hill, talk and Billy Hamilton. Hey, Danny what's going on? Well, you know, it's an unfortunate that we what we lot. We go. Doing what was expected of furthering? Tyler guarded. But actually caught his first major league home run. Really? Yeah. I got ripped on by Mark games on week about it. He go on my favorite's, the listen to I of stopped. Listen to. Remember that one but large Amazon is awesome. I really did..
"william church" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"City of Cincinnati, chick Ludwig seven hundred wwl w this is sports talk. Eric Carmen in the raspberries. We are going all the way till five thirty. And then you see basketball takes over you see against U N, L, V and. A week from today. Skyline. Chili crosstown shootouts that fifth third arena the refurbished redone, the beautiful fifth third arena on the campus of the university of Cincinnati Xavier. And you see a week from today looking forward to that. And I plan on hype in that affair on Thursday. When I host Cincinnati ESPN fifteen thirty right down the hall from three to six in deck will be on Thursday. Appreciate today's producers Austin Elmore. And he called him. Awesome. Austin and the broadcast sheriff big Dave Keaton keeping the chicks off the legend in the fairway is we talk sports until five thirty and getting ready for kickoff in one of the cool things about being in the chair the big chair here in the seven hundred wwl w studios. The three television monitors in. I've got them all on one channel CVS Mercedes. Eighties Benz stadium at Atlanta, Georgia number one Alabama against number four Georgia for the SEC championship game. Getting ready to kick off and. Earlier Oklahoma the fifth ranked Sooners takedown number fourteen Texas in the Dr Pepper big twelve championship thirty nine to twenty seven. And Oklahoma stating its case to reach the top four in the college football playoff Banda's pit habit in them. To the Pitt Panthers to be Clemson number two. Clemson tonight. That's a tall order, and then the buckeyes in the big ten conference championship game at Lucas oil stadium in Indianapolis, eight o'clock tonight against the northwestern. Wildcats. So right now, Alabama one Clemson two Notre Dame three and Notre Dame gets a pass. They're not in a conference championship game. They're an independent with ACC ties. ACC basketball ACC ties pregnant make some Notre Dame fans angry, but sure would be nice if their football team joined the conference the big ten that would be that would be ideal. Wouldn't it? Anyway, Notre Dame is sitting there undefeated number three Vale bien, no doubt. And then the buckeyes at six trying to get into the top four. They're going to need a convincing victory tonight to overtake number five Oklahoma, but the Sooners are extremely extremely talented day are fast, and they can strike quick Cuyler Murray quarterback just lightning thirty nine to twenty seven winners today, the Oklahoma Sooners over the Texas longhorns, and I wanted to broach this subject. In call it when I was a kid. Okay. And I was a bird haired kid growing up in west price hill at the corner of west eighth in Rosemont in. This was my Sunday routine in the fall watch Notre Dame highlights announced by the legendary Lindsey Nelson. That was always fun. And in further action when there were ponts and in further action Lindsey Nelson. The Notre Dame highlights loved them. Then is a member of the Saint William Boys Choir. I would sing along with my compadres, the eleven o'clock mass at Saint William church, run home. In watch. Jack Maran's king of TV bowling. At various sites throughout greater Cincinnati. The step ladder finals, Jack Marantz, king TV, bowling loved. It loved it. And then glued to the television at one o'clock for Cleveland Browns football, good afternoon. Ladies and gentlemen. This is Frank Lieber with Warren Lahr live from Cleveland municipal stadium at some point, I eight and always in the Ludwig house, eggs, Guetta bacon milk. And yes coffee. My favorite beverage. I unleash this was during a right after the Bengals lost to the Browns. And I dedicated a post on Facebook to sports caster might tussey good guy, West Virginia guy. Awesome. And I just unleashed all the names starting lineup. The sixty four Cleveland Browns their last world championship team before the Super Bowl, of course. But NFL champions. Can I unleash this? These names that just ring out of a golden past when the Browns were on top of the world Frank Ryan, Ernie green, Jim Brown. Paul warfield. Gary Collins, dick, chef wrath, John Wooten, John Morrow, gene. Hickerson Monte Clark. Paul Wiggin dick mobile ski Jim Kennedy Bill glass GM Houston. Vince, Costello Gaylon fists, Bernie, Parrish, Walter beach. Ross Feek ner son is now the offensive coordinator of the Pittsburgh Steelers. Ross thickener Larry Benz, Bobby Franklin. Lou Groza, Walter Roberts and LeRoy Kelly. The Cleveland Browns. Awesome. They were a dynasty in to have them come into Paul Brown stadium in humble, humiliate and embarrass the Cincinnati Bengals very very gosh. It was almost soul-crushing to lose to Baker Mayfield. And the Cleveland Browns on Sunday when you're without AJ green man, you are hamstrung on offense. He's due to come back hopefully net lineup tomorrow when the Bengals get ready to rumble with the Denver Broncos in hopefully, the Bengals with a new quarterback after Andy Dalton had surgery on his right? Thumb on a snap. Getting injured on a snap from Billy price over his head trying to fall on the football messes up his thumb and now, it's Jeff Driscoll. And if you're listening to seven hundred wwl w last night with Lance Macau. Alastair yet. Jesse Winker grew up with. Jeff Driscoll in Orlando Florida, and they played baseball together is kids. So Jeff Driscoll at the helm of the offense and everybody has to step up their game. Like Marvin Lewis said rally around Jeff Driscoll who's h horrific. Terrific athlete. Of course. He started it Florida, Dan, no wound up at Louisiana tech. And he can sling the pig now he can swing it getting protected and the Bengals need to pull out a victory because if they fall to five and seven this season is over and I can fall deeper into a little bit of depression here and get further Bengals. And then on Saturdays is a kid. Remember, the PBA the professional bowlers association on ABC TV. Yeah. Would culminate with the Firestone tournament of champions up in the Akron area. Would watch that. And then I lived for Chris shankleman, bud. Wilkinson on the game of the week. A lot of games in that southwest conference, Oklahoma and Arkansas and Texas and lived for those Saturday's my dad was a Cincinnati firefighter. He also worked for Sears. And he liked to work on his cars on Saturday mornings. And I'd be out there with him. And he told me to chase. And try to find this tool or that tool for him go into the basement and check the workbench. And of course, I would always bring out the wrong tool. He would get frustrated. Well, in the end up I would find a little window. There slip inside the house have the TV on. And he knew where I was in. When I came back out. He say, okay, what's the score? All right. And I would tell him, but I'd loved Chris Yankel and bud Wilkinson on the college football game of the week on ABC does any of that ring true? For you is we have some fun on this Saturday. College football and basketball. You see basketball coming up with all the coverage at six thirty today on the big one until Dan, you're stuck with me. And I'm so glad you've joined us on seven hundred wwl w. Some people say, well, he's a bad.
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