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What Makes God Proud

Solid Joys Daily Devotional

01:55 min | Last week

What Makes God Proud

"But as it is they desire a better country that is a heavenly one therefore god is not ashamed to be called their god for he has prepared for them a city hebrews eleven sixteen. I want very much for god to say to me what he said. About abraham isaac and jacob. I am not ashamed to be called your god as risky as it sounds. Does this not really mean that. God might actually be proud to be called mike. God fortunately this wonderful possibility is surrounded and hebrews eleven sixteen by reasons one before and one after take the one after i. God is not ashamed to be called their god four. He has prepared for them city. The first reason he gives why he is not ashamed to be called their god is that he has done something for them. He made the city the heavenly city whose designer and builder is god. Hebrews eleven ten so the first reason. He's not ashamed to be called. Their god is that he has worked for them not the other way round now. Consider the reason he gives in front. He goes like this. They desire a better country. That is a heavenly one. Therefore god is not ashamed to be called their god. Therefore signals that are reason has just been given for why god is not ashamed to be called our god.

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Iran's Presidential Candidate Slate Leans Heavily Toward Hard-Liners

All Things Considered

02:05 min | Last week

Iran's Presidential Candidate Slate Leans Heavily Toward Hard-Liners

"Government has approved the final list of candidates for that country's presidential elections. Voting day is coming right up June 18th. Iran has a very short campaign period. Now the slate is seven approved candidates. It gives the upper hand too hard liners and this election could have an impact on relations between Iran and the U. S. And whether negotiations resume on the 2015 nuclear deal. There are ongoing indirect talks in Vienna focused on restoring the talks over the deal. That now former President Trump withdrew from NPR's Peter Kenyon is tracking all of this from Istanbul. Who, Peter Hi, Mary. Louise. Okay, So how does it work in Iran? How did they get down to these seven candidates? Well, you know, it's pretty wide open when it comes to who can sign up who can register to run for president in Iran, and this year, nearly 600 people took the opportunity to sign up. But there is this group. It's called The Guardian Council. It's got 12 members, six of them appointed by the Supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, and that counsel is in charge of vetting the candidates. The criteria have never really been explained. But this year, the council eliminated all but seven of those several 100 presidential hopefuls. And I guess we should note that the incumbent Hassan Rouhani, he's finishing his second term term limited. He's not eligible to run this year. Okay, So who made the cut who got weeded out? Well, a former President Mahmoud a. Medina Jod was rejected again. He's becoming known as a perennial candidate. To no one's surprise. The early hardline favorite Abraham racy, was approved. He's a conservative cleric head of the Iran's judiciary. He ran against her honey and 2013 and lost. He's been linked to The infamous so called death panel that in 1988 sent thousands of political prisoners to their death s O. That's the front runner, and there are six other candidates, including the former nuclear negotiator, a central bank governor. But analysts say no one although there's some prominent names in there, no one looks likely to defeat right, you see, unless there's a surprise During this very short campaign,

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What's Going on With Chelsea?

ESPN FC

01:23 min | 2 weeks ago

What's Going on With Chelsea?

"Dawn. Let's chelsea school goals. Tommy abrahams their second top score on six. He's not even play for three or four months. he can't even make the matchday squad. This ridiculous scenario where. Georgina is their highest goalscorer on seven penalty. So you can imagine what was going to be doing in the summer. And that's definitely sonnen the striker before we take a look at who he might sign. Stephen you look at eleven verner pulisic. Mount should be enough in front. Three alone is that to get goals enough ability there the whenever any of them get more than the gone streak may be in score. Goals vendor. Didn't start the season. The problem is none of them. We would tab nutshell go school not sure furnishes and tha- really is the only problem that chelsea have you know and gold defensively in the middle of the great things until it comes to putting the ball in the net and it's absolutely hamstring in the book as it has to be a real funny show and i can't think of i talk class furniture other guero who ships to be going elsewhere now that they could go and get

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My Name is Mud

Your Brain on Facts

02:06 min | Last month

My Name is Mud

"We're talking about mud. This ubiquitous combination of water and dirt is useful for science employed in health and beauty a little known component of professional sports. And it's even eaten to see someone's name is mud is to mean that they are lowly. We're that they are in trouble of their own. Making usually through some form of idiocy. There's an old story that the expression derives from doctor. Samuel mudd with two ds. Who unwisely took pity on. John wilkes booth president. Abraham lincoln's assassin mutt treated booths. Broken ankle that he suffered when leaping to the stage of ford's theatre for the doctors troubles. He was sentenced to life in a federal prison. Like many interesting historical stories. This one is not true. The phrase first appeared in print in eighteen twenty forty five years. Before lincoln's assassination in another obscure english slang mud was an eighteenth century equivalent of dope dolt or idiot and was used through the nineteenth century by union workers equivalent to scab or a strike breaker. Let's start with gio fiji. The scientific term for eating dirt or mud or earth on the island nation of haiti cookies. Made of mud are eaten and while they are tradition. They're not really eaten by choice. The mud helps to fill up the stomachs of the poorest country in the western hemisphere especially for the people in areas like the slum of city so lay yellow dirt from the central plateau of the island is mixed with salt and vegetable shortening spread into disks and allowed dry in the sun. The mud has long been prized by pregnant. Women who believe it to be an antacid an important source of calcium though there is no science to back that up even before the devastating twenty ten earthquake many haitians lived in what is called food insecurity a phrase that really under sells the condition

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90: Epilogue to the Wild West

History That Doesn't Suck

00:42 sec | Last month

90: Epilogue to the Wild West

"So because of how rapidly technology's changing. I mean it's basically like it's the carphone of its era. You know it is sexy for like five minutes and then it's gone it's done that's really well put thank you. I mean we have discussed these things before but that like that valve olympic boom. It's a if only if only that up so recorded. Yeah that'd been it's okay. That's what the applause for. And i think that the pony express is another good example of non just how quickly this technology changing but also how we remember the west and how we remember the frontier because the pony express like greg said is only here for eighteen

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McIlroy Ends 18 Months Without Winning at Quail Hollow

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | Last month

McIlroy Ends 18 Months Without Winning at Quail Hollow

"Rory McElroy has continued his love affair with the quail hollow course surviving a final hole bogey to win at the fame shot up lay out for the third time McElroy who celebrated his thirty second birthday at the start of the week finished at ten under after a closing sixty eight to claim the Wells Fargo championship he finished just one ahead of a charging Abraham ancer the Mexican leaping into second place after a bogey free final round sixty six it was Michael Royce nineteenth win on the PGA tour snapped in eighteen month winless streak and secured his first ever three peat at a tour event on Graham like us

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Abiola Abrams: African Goddess Initiation

You Can Heal Your Life

02:05 min | Last month

Abiola Abrams: African Goddess Initiation

"Guest is abiolas. Abrahams and ola has been releasing a few audios and the house unlimited audio app. You might have seen her on one of the. Hey how's facebook pages. But she has her new book coming out and her new book is called african goddess initiations sacred rituals for self love prosperity and joy. How you doing abiola's read. I am on top of the world today so glad to be here with you. Were happy to have you here. And so you've written has great book for us. But i'd love to just start and learn a little bit more about you and what you do. I know you're a spiritual teacher coach intuitive. But i'd love to hear from you kind of how you work with. People how you work with the goddesses and just kinda get an overview before we jump into some of the other things absolutely absolutely so it to introduce myself to your audience. I am a native new yorker born and raised one of the five and i am the first person in my family born in the united states. Actually my mother and my father are both from a tiny village in guyana south america and strangely enough didn't meet their but they met in new york city. And here i am and as you mentioned. I am a spiritual teacher coach. I am a retreat leader. And the way that i work with people is that i help to help us to tap into greater self love greater self were and greater self acceptance and what better to be talking about in the house louise built

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Slain Capitol Police Officer Billy Evans Honored at Capitol

Mark Levin

00:33 sec | 2 months ago

Slain Capitol Police Officer Billy Evans Honored at Capitol

"Response being paid today to fall in Capitol police officer Billy Evans, the two young Children of Officer Billy Evans. Crypt. Teddy Bears is therefore Others. Flag draped casket was carried up the Capitol steps to lay in honor in the rotunda. Their father, American hero is lying. Where Abraham Lincoln Lake House Speaker Nancy Pelosi pay tribute with other congressional leaders and President Biden. Your dad was a hero and his partner. It's in your

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Abraham Did Kill Isaac With Author Tzemah Yoreh

Judaism Unbound

01:39 min | 2 months ago

Abraham Did Kill Isaac With Author Tzemah Yoreh

"San mateo. Welcome to judaism unbounded so great to have you. Thank you very much in this book. You talk a lot about what you call the original bible. Could you tell us a little bit about what that original bible is what you mean by when it when it was written. What is this original bible that you're finding within the bible as we know it what i mean by that is that it's missing the first story from the logically that was written down and then every subsequent story was built upon it So that's what i mean by. The original wide will probably more accurately the original original torah. Tell us a little more about what that means to sort of. Open up a version of the bible that we have which is to say. I don't know the unoriginal early like another version. And what is that like archaeology task. Like where you're sort of a us. Rq because it seems like digging. It's like you're you're looking through layers and the second question who cares. They're a great sentence or two in your book. So one person wrote the bible or twenty five people wrote the bible like so what we have a thing like. What is it. What are the ramifications if multiple people wrote this or if there was an original source or not. I liked the comparison an archaeology. You know it's a productive one. Because i 'cause the way i look at the at the toronto especially is that it's like sediment that cruise i think of layers as opposed to sources posted documents And there's one basic story and then every subsequent author added their own layer

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You Had Me At Black: How Issa Rae Inspires

For Realness Sake

02:27 min | 3 months ago

You Had Me At Black: How Issa Rae Inspires

"I am. Martina abraham's ilunga. I am the co founder and chief editor of you had black and i'm also an executive producer on a needle to the podcast docu series about having baby black. Wow yes y'all she's smart. She abolishes everything right now. I know i know might fan girling low key because i love talking to women who are doing for their community in because you are black on black you look like me girl. Yeah and i'm just like i can do this because i have a real life example of someone who's doing it and i always feel so motivated by that happens to be international women's day you have to tell us. Is there a woman who has inspired you recently or just throughout your life that you wanna share about today. I mean a great beginning. They're so so many women Is a half obviously like my mom. And my grandmother's worst there lessons. But a someone who has really been inspiring me lately and i don. I don't come as any. Surprise is isa i mean. I think it's like when we see what she's done. Obviously inspiring. we're very proud of her. I love her content many content. But i mean when you really think that she has been in this game for ten plus years launched awkward black girl ten years ago and then even before that she was making content. That wasn't the first thing that she's ever produced. And we think about the glow up and lease Overnight successive new realized like no. It's not overnight. It's years plus of making content in dorm room. Where at home in like getting your friends along in like everybody just bringing what they can to the table to support each other in the make like amazing stuff. I find that really inspiring. Because i feel like on the days where i'm like. Who's listening. Who's receiving this you know. Am i doing this for no reason. I she's definitely a huge inspiration and motivator just her story and how she came up as an independent creative

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Pope Francis Closes Out Trip To Iraq

News, Traffic and Weather

00:23 sec | 3 months ago

Pope Francis Closes Out Trip To Iraq

"The Holy Father has walked in the streets of Najaf, one of the holiest pilgrimage places and Shia Islam. During his landmark trip. He's also met with Iraq's top Shia cleric and visited the birthplace of the Prophet Abraham into religious events to mark. The trip involved Francis meeting with Muslim Christian and Yazidi leaders, sending strong signals for inter religious dialogue and co existence in a country steeped in biblical

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Pope Francis visits Iraq in historic trip

News, Traffic and Weather

01:47 min | 3 months ago

Pope Francis visits Iraq in historic trip

"Francis is on day two of his historic visit to Iraq. Meeting with the nation's top Shia Muslim cleric and visiting an important religious site. ABC senior foreign correspondent in panel is in Iraq with the details Pope Francis on a historic pilgrimage to the birthplace of Abraham. Father of Christianity, Judaism and Islam. It's the first time any pope's being to Iraq and it's a high risk trip, the country wracked by years of war and sectarian violence that's targeted Christians and other minorities, the country still reeling from the terror of Isis. Earlier this morning, Francis traveled to the holy city of Najaf on Don't almost unthinkable closed door meeting between the head of the Catholic Church on one of the most powerful figures in sheer Islam, Grand Ayatollah Ali al Sistani. Unprecedented security surrounding the visit the popemobile deemed unsafe Francis instead traveling in an armored BMW, protected by a huge cordant of heavily armed troops, and it's not just security concerns. 119 cases are spiking here, but strict all day curfews ignored by crowds wanting a glimpse of history in the making. On Friday, Francis praying at our Lady of Salvation Cathedral in Baghdad, where Isis suicide bombers killed dozens of worshippers in 2010. Isis drove the Christians from this town and desecrated this ancient church using it as a firing range. Archbishop Amar was the first to re enter the church after Isis was pushed out what he filmed at the time. Is on the left on the right What it looks like today the holy father, who will be the fiercest person who will play After the liberation off rebuilding the church.

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Pope Francis and Iraq's top Shiite cleric hold historic meeting

News, Traffic and Weather

00:49 sec | 3 months ago

Pope Francis and Iraq's top Shiite cleric hold historic meeting

"Francis is on day two of his historic visit to Iraq. Meeting with the nation's top Shia Muslim cleric and visiting an important religious site. ABC senior foreign correspondent in panel is in Iraq with the details Pope Francis on a historic pilgrimage to the birthplace of Abraham. Father of Christianity, Judaism and Islam. It's the first time any pope's being to Iraq and it's a high risk trip, the country wracked by years of war and sectarian violence that's targeted Christians and other minorities, the country still reeling from the terror of Isis. Earlier this morning, Francis traveled to the holy city of Najaf on Don't almost unthinkable closed door meeting between the head of the Catholic Church on one of the most powerful figures in sheer Islam, Grand Ayatollah Ali al

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Pope Francis and Iraq's top Shiite cleric hold historic meeting

WGN Programming

00:19 sec | 3 months ago

Pope Francis and Iraq's top Shiite cleric hold historic meeting

"Two of Pope Francis's historic trip to Iraq. He began the day by meeting with Iraq's top Shiite Muslim cleric, then attended an interfaith gathering with Iraqi religious leaders in the city of or where public a Wolfinger Abraham is believed to have been born. Francis also became the first pope to celebrate Mass of Baghdad's Catholic Church

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Pope Francis holds interfaith meeting at Iraq's ancient city of Ur

WBZ Midday News

01:04 min | 3 months ago

Pope Francis holds interfaith meeting at Iraq's ancient city of Ur

"Is on the second day of his momentous four day visit to Iraq, Iraqi security forces are deploying about 10,000 personnel to protect him. The pope is visiting the ancient city of Oran, Iraq today for an interfaith meeting in the traditional birthplace of Abraham, CBS news correspondent Chris Lifts A is traveling with the pope. Ancient city of war is said to be the birthplace of Abraham of the Old Testament. Today. It's the scene of a historic meeting with Pope Francis and members of three world religions that all call him their patriarch. Most TV dad is to me smooth hostility, extremism and violence are not born of a religious heart, he said. Their betrayals of religion there, The man they're overcoming such betrayals is a key theme of Francis's visit to Iraq. First of any pontiff as he witnesses the country's minority Christian community among the oldest on Earth dwindle amid decades of sectarian unrest. The pope also visiting a Baghdad church, where extremist gun down worshippers back in October of 2010

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Pope holds historic meeting with Shiite cleric in Iraq, visits Abraham's birthplace

Purity Products

00:20 sec | 3 months ago

Pope holds historic meeting with Shiite cleric in Iraq, visits Abraham's birthplace

"Cleric has led to a declaration by the country's prime minister, March 6th is now a national day of tolerance and co existence. The two religious leaders attended an inter religious gathering today at the traditional birthplace of Abraham, who is revered by Muslims, Jews and Christians. America's listening to Fox News

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Iraq declares March 6 as day of tolerance after Pope and Sistani meeting

Kowal Investment Show

00:20 sec | 3 months ago

Iraq declares March 6 as day of tolerance after Pope and Sistani meeting

"And Historic Meeting between Pope Francis and Iraq's top Shiite cleric has led to a declaration by the country's prime minister, March 6th is now a national day of tolerance and co existence. The two religious leaders attended an inter religious gathering today at the traditional birthplace of Abraham, who is revered by Muslims, Jews and

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Pope Francis Meets With Senior Iraqi Shia Cleric Grand Ayatollah Ali Al Sistani

BBC World Service

00:55 sec | 3 months ago

Pope Francis Meets With Senior Iraqi Shia Cleric Grand Ayatollah Ali Al Sistani

"Pope Francis is holding talks with Iraq's Shia Muslim leader, Grand Ayatollah Ali al Sistani. In a landmark event for interfaith dialogue. The pope arrived at the home of the highly influential cleric in the city of Najaf that the start of the second day of his visit to Iraq. The talks have been highly anticipated a smart, glowing reports. Today's meeting has been years in the making an encounter between the leader of the Catholic Church on one of the most powerful figures in Shia Islam. The discussion is likely to focus on interfaith dialogue on Iraq's Christian minority, long terrorized by sheer armed groups, and then the pope goes on to or where the Prophet Abraham, Central to Islam, Christianity and Judaism was born. It's a day of profound symbolism and perhaps the one that will leave this trips lasting impact. And that meeting in the Jeff has ended in the past few

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"abraham" Discussed on Latino USA

Latino USA

01:37 min | 4 months ago

"abraham" Discussed on Latino USA

"Her. That makes you feel this way. I only regret over you as i was looking around. I spotted abraham. He uses a cane now but he still look spry for eighty one and he's immediately recognizable with a slightly stoic gays peeking through dark tinted glasses. We said hello. He led us to his office. A modest room right off. The museum's main displace phase. We made sure our equipment was off. Because abraham still had not agreed to be recorded he took control of the conversation. Immediately one thing led to another and before we knew it we had spent the whole day together. I could tell he was feeling us out producer. Kristen torres and i talked about it that night at our hotel like he laughs pretty often any laughs genuinely i mean he mostly laugh at his jokes but he is like a a playful person. I wasn't expecting the have i mean. I also think like he's aware very aware of this perception of him as being like the controlling. He's very aware of that narrative. We were surprised surprise. That abraham had spent all day with us and that he'd agreed to see the next day that's when he led us record.

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"abraham" Discussed on Latino USA

Latino USA

04:22 min | 4 months ago

"abraham" Discussed on Latino USA

"In early march twenty twenty. I was on a plane on my way from boston. to corpus. christi. Texas selena's hometown. It was the early days of twenty twenty the before the country was still flying. People were still out in the street. I'd gone dancing the night before albeit a hand sanitizer on every ten minutes so i was tired on the plane but i couldn't sleep. I was ansi. My stomach was in knots and it wasn't just because of the impending pandemic. I was on my way to a month long reporting trip in texas interviewing scholars fans and all kinds of people for this podcast. Accept this podcast. Of course didn't exist yet and that's because the whole theme hinged on the first leg of this trip this is when i hope to meet with abraham gained nia salinas fall who's notoriously protective of her image and music. I'd hope to land an interview with him and also ask him to let us license some of selena's songs for the podcast. My is thinking was no music rights. No podcast before this plane right to texas. Our producers have been working on securing those music rights for a few months. We'd had to wrangle all these parties songwriters record labels small publishers and convinced them that the project was worthy of selena's music. But i knew that the final deciding yes or no would come from. Selena's family manage to reach selena's father abraham on the phone a couple of times before he wasn't really interested in interviews said too many reporters had asked him to many foolish questions. I told him. Oh this podcast. It's an oh to selena. It's rooted in love. I wanna show her legacies true impact and he was like everyone wants to do that when he heard disappointment in my voice. He told me not to feel bad. He rejected journalists every day. Meanwhile i heard from the record label. They said selena's family would not approve our request to license her music. I tried reaching abraham again. I emailed him left two messages. Nothing so back on the plane. I wondered how things would go down. Abraham knew when i'd be in corpus christi but he'd stopped short of setting an official meeting with me either way. I felt like i had to at least try to talk to him. But i felt this apprehension. This like skittish feeling. I've been a journalist for fifteen years. I've met plenty of people who make me nervous but this fell like there was so much more at stake yes to some degree because of the music rights to some degree because of his famous temper but really it was because abraham felt like such a big part of selena's story a foundational part. He wasn't just her father. He was her manager. Her mentor and selena. Talked about him all the time. My influences were. I would say oh my father. My father used to have a ban the way back. When and i guess it's where we get the musical talent brahmin and i don't really remember seeing or hearing about salina's mom allah growing up. But i remember knowing. About abraham. I was eleven. In nineteen ninety seven when the selena bio pic came out edward james olmos portrays abraham opposite of a young jennifer lopez. Selena

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"abraham" Discussed on Revision Path

Revision Path

05:24 min | 7 months ago

"abraham" Discussed on Revision Path

"Their goals and what inspires them as creative individuals. Here's your host maurice cherry. Hello everybody welcome to revision path. Thank you so much for tuning in this week. I'm your host mariz cherry and oh look at this. We have another review from apple podcasts. This is a five star review. This is coming from c. Running man and the titled awesome show. Here it is insightful interviews and fascinating guests great. Show see us running man. Thank you so much for that. Great review short to the point love. It truly appreciate it again. Thank you so much all right now. Let's go ahead and jump into this week's interview. I'm talking with camille. Sell on abraham's and educator digital activists and head of the animation department at the university of trinidad and tobago.

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"abraham" Discussed on The How-To Heretic

The How-To Heretic

02:10 min | 9 months ago

"abraham" Discussed on The How-To Heretic

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"abraham" Discussed on The How-To Heretic

The How-To Heretic

03:51 min | 9 months ago

"abraham" Discussed on The How-To Heretic

"That is exactly right and I just is crazy. It's the cycle of abuse. What can I say it doesn't it's true. It's crazy. Yeah. So, chapters three and four go even bigger with. God. Himself telling Abraham about the star co Lob which is near his home. which governs all other celestial bodies and WHO's year is one thousand years on earth. We. Into Cola is a great song about it talked about in other episodes. We talked about the song episode eighteen and then Coladas a as a concept and episode thirty two. Yeah it's wonderful. Abraham is told that all beings us included you and me are eternal and existed with God before creation and will exist for eternity. There is a plurality of gods many gods who did not so much create the Earth but organized it out of existing materials and then did the same with Adam and Eve. The rest of the rest of the book is a recounting of the acts of creation with painstaking to describe them many gods that participated. I can't tell you how many times it says and the many gods went and the and the gods meaning many gods it's like okay. Yeah Adam and Eve with sweared. Adam and Eve recreated together, and then again separately with the gods pulling a rib from Adam, to make you've just like in Genesis. It ends with Adam. Naming every creature brought forth before him. The translation was then forever interrupted by several bullets in Carthage. Illinois resulting in Joseph Death in eighteen, forty four which covered in episode ninety six. The book is grandiose heretical and give way too many of them of the Mormon. Church's believes that to this day lead many Christian denominations to claim that Mormons are not true Christians. Here's the thing though it is all bullshit. Not just in the sense that most religious texts, rheumatology allegories are exaggerations. But in the fact that what this book is based on exists and spoiler alert it does not say what Joseph said it did. Yeah. Right. Before we get into that there is one more coincidence that Mormons really wish didn't happen. After the turmoil turmoil of the succession crisis in the wake of Joseph's assassination. The church, split and most of. Church. Split with most of Joseph's family and therefore the mummies and the papyrus remaining. Inaba with. With Emma. Right, three of the higher is's hardware say were copied down and these copies did make it out west with the Brigham Might Church, and we'll talk about those in a minute. After Emma's death, her new husband sold the collection and it found its way to the Chicago Museum where they were destroyed in a fire in eighteen sixty three. Or were they. Shut down the mummies were lost to history but several fragments of the papyrus actually not burned and by an incredible chain of possession too complicated to cover today they found that away to the New York Metropolitan Museum of art and in Nineteen Sixty six and Egyptologists teaching at the University of Utah Dr Ezeiza saw them and realize what they were. Now Mark I think you might have something to say about doctorate pretty crazy I actually because of family connection I actually became very close to the deductor Attiyah and his wife. And As a young man and I mow mow their lawn and shovel their walk and a made me dinner and taught me some basic Arabic they were unbelievably lovely. Wonderful people. Lovely. Lovely. Yeah. Crazy. Lovely. But then there were very exotic to me because they were. Super Fascinating But anyway he I if I'm correct he brought the papyrus from the Museum of new. York. To the church here in Salt Lake Yeah well, he he he made the introduction so to speak and said Hey Mormon church. You might have an interest in what I think are your papyrus..

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"abraham" Discussed on The How-To Heretic

The How-To Heretic

04:41 min | 9 months ago

"abraham" Discussed on The How-To Heretic

"We said that don't say Yeah for God's sake don't don't spread that around and. Go, to the places and give us the the stars all of the stars. We appreciate you all the everything. Let's move on like. Uncle Man Hey, do you feel like so far in this show you've had enough Abraham I feel like you couldn't give me enough Abraham. Abraham for us to have. Like look. Abraham all the time. Uber Ham Ibraham. We also Birmingham for Abraham Abraham Abraham Talk. Yeah today is very Abraham heavy show and Doug is GonNa make a whole lot every year I think but doug Don't do the Brahim that everybody knows and loves gives us something new. Give us something fresh. Local habits. Some Fan. Fiction. Again stuff baby well, your uncles. The stated goal of this podcast is to help people who have recently left or in the process of leaving religion to take their first steps into a larger better world. I forgot about that and it has also to give us something to do in the witness protection program. That's. Part of that process shining a light on the strange silly and dangerous practices if you're various and sundry belief systems that have and continue to shackle the minds of humans. To that end, it follows that an unstated goal of this podcast is to prove to whatever degree possible that said belief systems are false. And it follows further that another goal of our of our podcast is to prove our own local Colt as false if for no other reason than we know the most about it and know how much damage it continues to inflict. I like many of you have been binging strange shows that in a saner safer world I probably would never have noticed. One of those shows that uncle. Mark. Talking about my career Doug thank you. Got Around to thank you I finished Netflix and I decided to watch the movies uncle mark made. Boy. One of those shows that uncle mark turned me onto is the show alone The goal of this show is to survive the longest alone with only a handful of survival tools in some of the.

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"abraham" Discussed on The How-To Heretic

The How-To Heretic

04:20 min | 9 months ago

"abraham" Discussed on The How-To Heretic

"Hint. Okay. That founder that I was talking about. His name is Bob. Oh sorry. The founder's name is the Bob Spelled B. A. B. which is Arabic for the gate and the successors name is Ola. which is Arabic for the key master just kidding. The region, the religion was founded in. Persia is a radical offshoot of Islam and called Behi-. ooh Oh. See I was so stuck on on the local headstone I'm like. Yeah. This Mormon offshoot of some kind, right? Yeah and then I found out it wasn't. I tricked you. You did drove me. What's funny is that this that headstone is is just a standalone headstone and it's not for a person it's it's in the Mount Olive cemetery and it just says. Hi It's just. Look. We exist we're the by is, is that hello and goodbye at the same time? Yes, it's like. Aloha ve Shalom. It's yeah exactly. Traditionally, you would say, hi, how you doing? So that was obviously a broad strokes. Look at the history. Let me just fill in a few of the gaps the BOB BE A. B or however you write it in Arabic. Was Born in Persia in eighteen nineteen. He began his occurs medic leader journey in his early twenties and was executed at age thirty, but for such a short life. He had a pretty big impact and he was prolific. Now according to him, he claims to he claimed to have written over five hundred, thousand verses of text. Take, for context, the Koran is under seven thousand. Wow. unfortunately. I want to belong to a religion with more rules than. FUCKING I didn't say a lot I said text. Okay. So. And there's some importance there unfortunately for the Bob Ists, most of his writings seem to have been lost. His writings started as interpretations of the Koran and Hud Eighth. But as he progressed, he moved more toward expounding on the metaphysical and philosophical. There is some dispute about what the Bob said just like with Joseph Smith and the various offshoots after he died the Behi- aren't the only people to claim lineage from the Bob. There are Baba's who went in another direction, but they don't have the numbers that the by behalf so they lose it history. Are they are they below? Yes. Yes. The is this on. Their the boy. Howdy. Anyway, the story is that the Bob said that every now and then an important, an important person came along to give the world the spiritual teachings that it needs for that time. Jesus the Buddha Krishna. Muhammed Abraham. These were all prophets of God who gave necessary messages for their time. He taught that a new guy was coming get ready. then. He taught that he was that guy but the behind just ignore that part and move onto. La. So Thank God I thought you were going to talk about Abraham again, and I've had just about enough of that guy. I know. You believe me there's You joke. But you're the one that's going to torture us with So let everybody do gird your loins digging. For the last little bit. And technically, the only I've got is that this is if we're going to be technical. Abraham religion of sorts Sure. Anyway if it's if it's a Muslim offshoot, right right? Yeah. So. Baha was a contemporary and follower of the Bob. He was actually a couple years older than the BOB was. Even though there were over twenty dudes, the proclaimed themselves to be the profit or divine physician that the Bob had.

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"abraham" Discussed on The How-To Heretic

The How-To Heretic

05:02 min | 9 months ago

"abraham" Discussed on The How-To Heretic

"We see every day in American Christians. Comes from the book that they model their entire lives off of. Are we seeing ghastly -bronze-age mores turbocharged by hundred technology. The Bible is absolutely dripping with violence cruelty, emotional malfunction and hatred. Can we be surprised if the people who declared the guiding force in their lives may often drip with violence cruelty emotional dysfunction. The morals of the stories are all bad and damaging but so is everything in between. It's a thousand pages of inverted moral fables supported by endless passages of a completely dismal unenlightened worldview. Based on the value of human life. So, how can we expect people to think that it's who think that it's God's inspired word to behave in a more enlightened pluralistic unless callous way So that's what kind of struck me is just how Callous People Christians behave towards other people just generally. So that's I think Abraham and Isaac is an excellent vehicle for that conversation. I think. You're absolutely right. It's particularly in this case because. It's it's a foundational myth. Yeah and anything that is any hesitation or or regret in the mind of Abraham or fear or psychological damage in the mind of Isaac Ain't in the TAT doesn't even if it doesn't even rate mentioning. No right right and so did the apologists tried to say well, Abraham prayed and he pled about no, it doesn't say that anywhere he didn't hesitate. He didn't fucking hesitate and that's why he's a righteous man. Well, the thing is that the Bible in order to to extract the good holy messages from it requires revision. Yeah. Like you have to add to end or subtract from and or you know expurgate. In order to get anything good out of it you have to. You have to be some. PhD. In. Hebrew. Language. To be able to say. This word meant that word. Let's look all I've got is what's written in front of me right right I I don't have time to stay study ancient Hebrew and read all the other texts that have something this your standard issues Christian is not going to go get a degree in the classics right also the guys that have the degree in the classics, the guys that can read all of the Greek, the Aramaic, the Hebrew. Have gone through it and guess what they're explanations are zero percent more satisfying. No than just reading it Yep. It's just confusion and you know when you actually like slog through all of the different well, this is a misinterpretation of this word and this word actually probably meant this and that and the other. Okay it's still a shitty story and it just pushes it closer to total narrative meaninglessness right now if you need if the inherent word of God needs. The support of thirty five. And thousands of pages of explanatory materials that it's flawed might be. It might be air. Did you did I have you guys ever read the book by Chris? Matheson the story of God. I I, listen to on audio. Yeah. It's. It's a lot of fun if it went to anyone hasn't done it it's well worth your time. He basically just takes the character of God as he as he is introduced and. Does or says things throughout the Bible and gives those sets of pronouncements and actions character yeah. And it's not a good one obviously, but and so he takes the story of Isaac and and. Abraham Isaac and he's not the first one to do this, but it doesn't quite well that. God didn't think. Abraham. Would do it..

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"abraham" Discussed on The How-To Heretic

The How-To Heretic

05:37 min | 9 months ago

"abraham" Discussed on The How-To Heretic

"Isn't that wonderful? Yeah. That's wonderful. I, mean Great Job Abraham for passing this horrible test with others but right you failed the test of basic humanity and fatherhood like really badly. Like any any other, any other moral teacher would be like, no, you fail. The trolley problem you fucked this completely up. And my favorite apologetic. Abraham Abraham had to learn about temptation and how to avoid it. What? Temptation is offering somebody something. They really really want in order to corrupt them. So. This obviously. That for thirty seven years. Abraham really wanted to kill the shit out of Isaac. and. He just needed a random voice to lose his dagger temptation fuck off with that so. Every inch of this story is terrifyingly cruel. There is nothing redeeming or useful about it. Even the minor characters are slaves. But right it's a here we are with the majority of the people who surround us all all on a day based on a daily basis. Thinking this is wonderful. We've explored around Fifty Biblical stories or parables here on the heretic mining for meaning and morality and coming up with an empty bucket. Whether, it's job the Good Shepherd David and Bethsheba the Ark of the Covenant Alishan the bears one single word of Leviticus. Filomena Zeki Exodus or revelation. It's all horrible and almost without exception the moral of the narrative. Is the direct opposite of the moral we were taught. They contain by people were either lying to us or perpetuating older lies on aware. There are not a there are not an insignificant number of conversations in the Bible between slaves and people who own them. In dance story a couple of weeks ago about David's terrible kids Amnon Absalom. One of them rapes his sister and the other one tells her to fuck off about it. That's it. That's the whole moral. And, sure, there's the golden rule in the sermon on the Mount. But for everyone of those gyms, there's a hundred slayings of Canaanites and the latest crimes of King David. Everybody loves to talk about what a sweet do Jesus was. But. They may be forgetting Luke nineteen seven where he said. But those might enemies which would not that I should reign over them, bring them hither and slay them before me. Or how about his call to abandon everybody in Luke Fourteen twenty six, which is a real. A real charmer if any man come to me and hate not his father and mother and wife and children and brethren, ancestors gay and his own life, also, he cannot be my disciple. Or, this Chrysler. Tidbit in love in Matthew. Five. Twenty nine..

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"abraham" Discussed on The How-To Heretic

The How-To Heretic

03:24 min | 9 months ago

"abraham" Discussed on The How-To Heretic

"When when does that happen? Any Day now. So here's what happens in this fucking story a man who has recently evicted his lover and young son into the desert with one bottle of water to die of thurston exposure. Here's a voice that is not his tell him to slice the throat of and burn the warm body of his thirty seven year old son. He asked no questions makes no plea just gets the fuck up the next day tells Isaac and a couple of slaves to get the donkey they're going on a hike. He Chops. The amount of would he reckons it will take to reduce his beloved son's body to ash and off they go. When they get to the mountain he tells the slaves to stay with the donkey and they'll be right back. He expresses more concern for the well-being of the donkey and the story then for his. then. He essentially lies to Isaac makes him carry the would for his own fucking funeral pyre up the mountain himself? lies to him again when he asked the lamb is then ties his own child up and prepares without hesitation to cut his throat and let him bleed out all kosher like. I wonder if the bottle of water Abraham said Hagar is male off to die with was actually his slightly chipped world's Greatest Dad Mug. Anyway then in the nick of time, the voice tells them to stop so he does. They see Aram in the weeds and kill him instead Huzzah. Much morals. So hero, let's let's make this story the cornerstone of morality forever. Never you guys. Yeah let us teach this story to our children to let them know that if a voice tells us to, we'll cut their fucking throats and burn their bodies on a mountainside. I mean what? The actual fuck with this bullshit. A man I go can I just say I love the idea that the actual only possible good moral that could come from this is. But he didn't kill him. Yeah. Right. Right. Like that's as good as it gets and it's still shit and he gets credit for like. The credit. More credit than Abraham for anything. So anyway. A man that abandoned a woman child to die already are already nearly kills his adult son after lying to him and making carry the would for his own cremation is the good guy in this story and indeed one of the definitive good guys to billions of people worldwide. Yeah He. had. A he he might be the most revered man. In the weather than Jesus or Mohammed like right I butt Muhammad. Islam Judaism and Christianity. All reveres Abraham Abraham more. So than in case they do Moses. Because Abraham is the father of all three is religion. Yeah, right it's insane. So now, apologists have dressed this up more than a fucking Christmas, tree with reasons and excuses that are simply not there. You see all you see they say this was to shock the Israelites out of ever participating in child sacrifice again. That's bullshit. Abraham was down to clown with infanticide didn't even totally didn't even. PAS. Oh? No, you see. They say. That, this is crazy. This was a foreshadowing of the life and tribulations of Jesus of. Shut up it's not the authors of Genesis and the authors of the Gospels the two thousand years apart. Absurd. You see they say this is a test of faith..

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"abraham" Discussed on The How-To Heretic

The How-To Heretic

04:00 min | 9 months ago

"abraham" Discussed on The How-To Heretic

"Sometime later, God tested Abraham, he said to him Abraham. Here I am he replied. Then God said take it's just one word, Abraham. Move then God said, take your son Your only son Whom you love FYI is. And go to the region of Mariah. Sacrifice him there as a burnt offering on amount and I will show you. Early the next morning Abraham got up loaded his donkey he took with him two of his servants that means slaves and his son Isaac. When he had cut enough wood for the burnt offering, he set out for the place God had told him about. On, the third day Abraham looked up and saw the place in the distance he said to his servants stay here with the donkey while I in the boy over there. Why is that important? We will worship and then we will come back to. Abraham took the would for the burnt offering and placed on his son Isaac and he himself carried the fire and the knife that's equitable as the two of them went together Isaac spoke up and said after his father. said to his father Abraham. Father. Yes my son Abraham replied. The fire would are here Isaac said but where is the lamb for the burnt offering? Abraham answered God. Himself will provide the lamb for the burnt offering, my son. And the two of them went on together. When they reached the place got told him about Abraham built an altar there and arranged the would on it he bound his son Isaac and laid him on the altar on top of the would. Then he reached out his hand. And just sorry there seems to be just one little lake the just and then he bound his son there was like come here you. Know none none at all so Then he reached out his hand. Well, it does seem like it seems like Isaac might have been a bit of a credulous kid. Hey, what are you doing now?.

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"abraham" Discussed on Donuts and Devos

Donuts and Devos

04:47 min | 10 months ago

"abraham" Discussed on Donuts and Devos

"In jesus naming pray man. Our faith word of the day explains what abraham did for the people of sodom. He asked god to spare them if he could even find just ten righteous. Men abraham interceded for the city which means to speak on behalf of someone else for an example in our churches when a pastor and people pray for the world we are interceding for them. Speaking to god especially on behalf of those who cannot or do not speak to him. Like abraham did yes he spoke to the lord both for the righteous who lived inside them but he also spoke for the unrighteous people. They're begging the lord not to destroy them but instead to give them more time to repent and believe there are many people in our lives whom we know that we can bring before our father in heaven and pray for them. Also that our lord would shine his mercy and grace and love upon them to so that they may turn from sin and believe in jesus and isn't that what jesus does for us in heaven. He intercedes for us to god and he did that. First and foremost on the cross so our faith at the day is intercede something that you yourselves can do as you pray for.

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"abraham" Discussed on Donuts and Devos

Donuts and Devos

06:14 min | 10 months ago

"abraham" Discussed on Donuts and Devos

"Usually when we hear the events of sodom and gomorrah. It's a message of judgment. Or fire and brimstone of wrath and anger of ninja. Angels like that on the bible. Tv show way. What do you mean usually except for that. Ninja angels part. But that's exactly what we think of when we hear of sodom and gomorrah god destroying them for unrighteousness and corruption. Just like the time of the flood. I know but i think this a rather interesting more positive message in our story today that we can focus on. I mean wouldn't it be better to remember the faithfulness of the lord his patients with centers and his desire to save rather than destroy go. Then you talking about interceding. Abraham exactly and our young guests are with us right now for us to talk about what happened before the cities of sodom and gomorrah were away. I don't wanna give away the ending so high kids. I know as a quick reminder. During the lord's visit with abraham and sarah for you guys when he told them that isaac will be born within a year the lord also reveals abraham something he is about to do and unless that there were some cities that were in newer abraham lived at a time. Two of them were called sodom and gomorrah and god tells abraham that he's about to destroy these two cities for their great wickedness. Now do you live near family. Kids like grandparents or aunts and uncles and cousins. I do I have lots of neighbors. You have lots of neighbors. What about your grandparents. Grandpa lives nearby. It takes a long time to get to the first one. Okay and you don't have family nearby do you. Well abraham's nephew lot actually lives in sodom with his family. And abraham knows how the people of those cities are faithless wicked and evil. They did not listen to god or obey him they pretty much did whatever they thought was right in their own is like when the children don't listen to their parents or or one adults do bad things yet but even worse sodom and gomorrah were not good places for god's people to live in god himself so as abraham walks with the lord. He starts praying. Do you guys know what praying is. Yeah what is praying. Talking to god's through By both it is talking to god through words. And what do you usually do when you pray. Play to d we fold our hands. We closure is so. How is abraham praying. When he's talking to god like you said is in praying when we fold our hands. Bow our heads and close our eyes and talk to god. Yes we do to help us concentrate. We pray but brain really is simply talking to god's words and thoughts the way we're him knows that the lord is planning on destroying him he also knows the lord is faithful to his promises. He is the lord of life merciful and gracious slow to anger and abounding in steadfast love. So abraham wonders if there are believers in sodom and gomorrah will god destroy them along with the wicked. What do you think. Do you think god would destroy the righteous now. Know that doesn't seem like something god would do. Remember noah no one watches on the face of the earth. Except noah and his family and god saved him eight souls. all abraham wonders the same. Here it sounds as if abraham's bargaining with god doesn't it. Do you ever try to do that with your parents. Get them to agree to do something for you. You don't what about when. Maybe maybe you should consult with their parents. You mean to tell me you haven't bargained to watch a movie okay. That's what i thought. But keep in mind. Abraham is praying to the lord knowing the lord loves his people so he asks what if there are fifty righteous people. Far be it from you. Oh lord to sweep away. The righteous with the wicked did abraham know and trust the goodness of the lord. So the lord responded for the sake of fifty. I will not destroy it fifty people. That's not a lot. Surely fifty could be found. Don't you think yeah fifty in one city. No maybe an as city but not this particular city. Could they fifty no. they couldn't. y'all think abraham knew. That wouldn't be possible that's why he very very very humbly asks again. Abraham keeps asking god about how many righteous people he might find to save the city's forty five maybe than forty then thirty then twenty and eighteen eighteen but but then ten and the lord responded every time for the sake of the righteous for the sake of ten in that city. I will not destroy it so after our bible reading i remember one of you said i'm not really sure what that reading was about. Do have a little bit better idea about what happened. Abraham i do. Yeah abraham was praying to god for those ten righteous people. He was trying so hard to save the city. And so what. Courage abraham had as he walked by face and what mercy and grace of god to hear abraham and listened to him and now the search for ten righteous people in sodom and gomorrah takes place and we will find out if god finds those ten people next week. Let's close with prayer. And this week pastor glaze. Can you lead us. Sure let's pray. Dear heavenly father had any farther. Thank you for listening to our prayers. Thank you for listening to our players and always acting as acting. According to.

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"abraham" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"abraham" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

"Abraham. He likes him. Much like Austin twenty two. Going to the cow crawl. Had happened to the same ridge. Metaphor simile point. Picula avoid. Issue that. But. If you will allow. Abraham. Only. Being God's only son. I will. Problem. I have. I purchase. If you give me the richest country, the rich. When you under. Cross road. Down little when you. Turn lifted about. Kind of specific. Three. Between the Queen..

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"abraham" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"abraham" Discussed on RobinLynne

"Come on let's curve out here tell them pledge of abraham rather than because christ are abraham you have heretics on your life to the god me for him get your at haratines anybody anybody tell him what somebody.

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"abraham" Discussed on Christ is the Cure

Christ is the Cure

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"abraham" Discussed on Christ is the Cure

"It wasn't like oh he's going to provide a lamb's of the abraham just hesitated no in his mind offering was to be done and it was done already as we see verse ten when abraham reached out his hand and took the knife to slaughter his son now as we know the angels stopped him at this point he looks up and lo and behold a ram is in the fence ready to be sacrificed so faith was displayed in obedience abraham believe god and it was counted as righteousness to him he believe that isaac was the means by which god's promise was to be fulfilled given that isaac was likely in his late teens too late 20s it'd be auditing that god would have another child born so late and abraham's life of course it was already said explicitly that isaac would be the one now think about hebrews eleven for a second air and it provides information on what was happening and abraham's mind in verse nineteen of he was levin we read he considered that god was able even to raise him from the dead from which figuratively speaking he did receive him back of course here's an the foreshadowing of christ in his resurrection but it is interesting that no resurrection had occurred at this point in time yet the word considered denotes serious calculation he reasoned in his faith it wasn't necessarily blind your wasn't blind the he took while he knew of god and concluded that god can raisin back from the dead not only this but he believed the problems as well he took when he knew of god he took god's word he put them together any acted in that now we see that he reason through his knowledge of who got was and believed in god's word and acted and we see the kind of lax we don't see that reasoning anymore and this always kind this blind hope blind faith but we don't have to add that because we can no who got is in knowing who god is leads us into a secure faith i guess you could say.

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"abraham" Discussed on The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

01:33 min | 4 years ago

"abraham" Discussed on The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

"Abraham's sacrifice is a life to his vow well so what do you do well you don't sacrifice an animal you don't you don't make a blood sacrifice you do it psychologically you say i'm going to sacrifice my life to the same that's what you do if you're serious what do i do next well i'm going to sacrifice my life to this same what is it that i should do that's worth sacrificing my life to that's a serious question what would maybe that's the sort of question that people don't ask because they're afraid of the seriousness of the question and the and the what the magnitude of the potential answer do you really want to know what you should do that would be worth sacrificing your life to well the answer is yes because it's worth it but the answer is also know because really it it's your life you know what if you're wrong and you probably wrong but maybe that doesn't matter maybe it doesn't matter because maybe the rightness is in the process and not in the and not in the decision right because it's not it's the beginning of a sequence of decisions as we've already pointed out onto the place of the altar which he had made their at the first and they're abram called on the name of the lord and lot also and laud also which went with abraham abraham how'd floxin herds intense and the land was not able to bear them that they might well together for their substance was great so that they could not dwell together and there was a strife between the herdman of abrams cattle the cowboys and the herdman of lots cattle in the canaanite in the parasite dwelled then in the land.

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