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WDR Hörspiel-Speicher
Früher war ich ein Glas Milch - Was von Liebe im Alter bleibt

WDR Hörspiel-Speicher

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 22, 2023 42:20


 •Lovestory• Martha und Robert können ihren Anblick nicht mehr ertragen - die Spuren des Alters sind ihnen zuwider. Wer hat in einer Welt des schönen Scheins ein Recht auf Liebe? Und was opfert die Erfolgsgesellschaft ihrem Schönheitsideal? // Von Genazino Wilhelm / WDR 2002 // www.wdr.de/k/hoerspiel-newsletter Von Wilhelm Genazino.

Digital Podcast
Alters-Check online und «Matter», der Durchbruch beim Smart Home?

Digital Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2023 69:24


Plattformen sollen das Alter aller Nutzerinnen und Nutzer überprüfen. Das Parlament hat im Herbst ein Gesetz dazu verabschiedet. Wir zeigen mögliche Szenarien und wir reden zusammen mit Olivier Steiger von der Hochschule Luzern über Smart Homes, Komfortfunktionen und intelligentes Energiemanagement. Der ganze Podcast im Überblick (00:01:41) Jugendschutz-Gesetz: Wie funktioniert Altersprüfung im Internet? (00:16:00) Ist «Matter» der Durchbruch fürs Smart Home? (00:24:09) Im Gebäudetechnik-Lab von Olivier Steiger (xx:yy:zz) Es ist noch nicht Ostern ... aber: Osterei! Links Blog von Olivier Steiger und seinem Forschungsteam «Licht, Automation und elektrische Systeme im Gebäude» (Hochschule Luzern) https://blog.hslu.ch/laes Film «Das Haus» https://www.arte.tv/de/videos/096858-000-A/das-haus/ SRF Geek Sofa bei Discord https://discord.com/invite/012xplhQmvIErYJrN

The Mac Attack Podcast
Mac & Bone Hour 2: Jim Szoke, Ben Johnson's Exit Alters Race for HC and Hornets Heading Towards Second Half Rebuild

The Mac Attack Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 40:44


Mac and Bone look at how big of an impact the exit of Ben Johnson is on the Panthers head coaching race, chat with Jim Szoke about the crazy start to the Panthers offseason and react to the reports of an incoming Hornets rebuild.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Darf's ein bisserl Mord sein?
Episode 135: Lutz Reinstrom

Darf's ein bisserl Mord sein?

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2023 68:02


Eine Frau mittleren Alters steht in der Polizeiwache in Hamburg-Langenhorn. Ihre Haare sind wild zerzaust, ihr Gesicht tränenüberströmt. Sie mieft. Und sie hat eine unglaubliche Geschichte zu erzählen, die die Beamten an ihrem geistigen Zustand zweifeln lässt. Ein Mann habe sie entführt und eine Woche lang in seinem Keller festgehalten. Hinweise auf sexuelle Übergriffe und andere körperliche Misshandlungen lassen sich nicht finden. Die Frau wirkt wirr und unglaubwürdig, einfach verrückt. Als ihr endlich eine Kommissarin Glauben schenkt, bedeutet das das Ende für die Taten eines wahren Sadisten. Gast: Philipp FleiterCW: Vergewaltigung, Folter##Every-foods.com/DarfseinbisserlMordsein - Dauerhaft besser Essen, ohne Aufwand. Spare dauerhaft 10% auf das gesamte Sortiment mit dem Rabattcode Bisserlmord10 auf Every-foods.com/DarfseinbisserlMordsein.Every ist ein Startup aus Berlin und produziert schockgefrorene, vegane Gerichte, die in unter 10 Minuten zubereitbar, frei von Zusatzstoffen und Co2-neutral sind. #Informiere dich jetzt auf athleticgreens.com/bisserlmord , teste AG1 völlig risikofrei mit 90 Tagen Geld-zurück-Garantie und sichere dir bei deiner AG1 Erstbestellung einen kostenlosen Jahresvorrat an Vitamin D3+K2 zur Unterstützung des Immunsystems & 5 praktische Travel Packs! Gesundheitsbezogene Angaben zu AG1 und unser Angebot findest du auf: athleticgreens.com/bisserlmordAuf die Bedeutung einer abwechslungsreichen und ausgewogenen Ernährung und einer gesunden Lebensweise wird hingewiesen. Außer Reichweite von Kindern aufbewahren. Nicht geeignet für Kinder und Jugendliche unter 18 Jahren, schwangere oder stillende Frauen. Die angegebene empfohlene tägliche Verzehrmenge darf nicht überschritten werden. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Ein Achterl Mord
Folge 38: Bluebelle

Ein Achterl Mord

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2023 45:26


Ein Achterl Mord meldet sich nach fast einem Jahr zurück mit einer neuen Folge! 1961, internationale Gewässer. Der Ölfrachter Gulf Lion bahnte sich seinen Weg durch die Wellen des Atlantiks, im klaren Meer zwischen Florida und den Bahamas. Um etwa 12:30 Uhr hörte ein Besatzungsmitglied Schreie, konnte diese jedoch nicht sofort zuordnen. Wie aus dem Nichts tauchte ein kleines Beiboot am Horizont auf, darauf befand sich ein Mann mittleren Alters, der um Hilfe rief. Der Mann, fast zu Tode erschöpft, winkte der Besatzung hektisch zu und rief: „Hilfe, ich habe ein totes Baby an Bord.“ Email: einachterlmord@gmail.com Instagram: einachterlmord.podcast Music by audionautix

Yogastunden für Anfänger und Fortgeschrittene
Yoga Sukshma Vyayama mit Stefan (Yoga der Energie)

Yogastunden für Anfänger und Fortgeschrittene

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2023 109:28


Om! Sukshma Vyayama Yoga Energie Techniken: Lerne Yoga Praxis mit Stefan. Stefan lernte die Techniken direkt von Reinhard Gammenthaler, dem letzten Schüler von Dhirendra Brahmachari. Sukshma Vyayama stammt aus dem traditionellen Yoga der Energie und wurde zum ersten Mal von Dhirendra Brahmachari im Buch „Yoga hilft heilen“ veröffentlicht. Der gesamte Körper wird systematisch mit sehr wirkungsvollen Atem- und Körpertechniken vitalisiert. Sie sind einfach durchzuführen und für Menschen jeden Alters geeignet. Dieses effektive Training dient zur körperlichen, geistigen und seelischen Gesunderhaltung und Entwicklung von ganzheitlichen Fähigkeiten. Alle Prozesse im Körper laufen ruhiger und systematischer ab. Durch gezielte Stimulation des autonomen Nervensystems Der Beitrag Yoga Sukshma Vyayama mit Stefan (Yoga der Energie) erschien zuerst auf Yoga Vidya Blog - Yoga, Meditation und Ayurveda.

SWR2 Zeitgenossen
Jaroslav Rudiš: „Ich warte im Wirtshaus immer auf einen Erzähler.“

SWR2 Zeitgenossen

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2023 44:11


Während sich die Jugendlichen seines Alters für die angesagten Hits aus dem Westen begeisterten, legte sich Jaroslav Rudiš lieber eine Kassette mit Dampflokgeräuschen ein. Züge durchkreuzen daher immer auf eine Art die Werke des tschechischen Schriftstellers, der ein Tausendsassa ist: ein leidenschaftlicher Geschichtensammler, Musiker, Comic- und Bühnenautor. Sein Rezept für alle Lebenslagen: in die Sauna gehen und ein Bier trinken.

Meditation in wilden Zeiten
Folge 185: Du fühlst dich hässlich? Ich auch. Wahrheit befreit.

Meditation in wilden Zeiten

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 4:49


Im Spiegel der 'Gräulichkeit' meines Alters, empfinde ich mich nicht als 'schön'. Nach gängigen Schönheitsempfinden würde ich sagen, ich werde täglich 'hässlicher', sprich, immer weniger dem gängigen Schönheitsideal entsprechend. Mehr und mehr zeigt sich die Vergänglichkeit des Lebens in meinem Körper. Es ist für mich Zeit, wertzuschätzen, was wahr ist und mein Körper wird nunmal alt. Wahrheit ist ein hohes Gut, es hat keinen Sinn, dagegen anzukämpfen oder sie zu verneinen. Wahrheit befreit. Das nenne ich Intelligenz – die unausweichliche Wahrheit zuzulassen und nicht mehr dagegen zu kämpfen. So verlieren sich 90% aller Probleme. Mehr lesen: Innere Schönheit strahlt durch den Körper – Geschichte vom entstellten Mystiker: https://www.findyournose.com/innere-schoenheit-strahlt-koerper-geschichte von Samarpan P. Powels, Herausgeberin von FindYourNose.

Regionaljournal Zentralschweiz
«Emil» ist auch mit 90 noch zu Spässen aufgelegt

Regionaljournal Zentralschweiz

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 5:03


Er war Postbeamter, Kino- und Theaterunternehmer, Autor, Schauspieler und Kabarettist – aber vor allem «Emil». Am 6. Januar 2023 feiert Emil Steinberger seinen 90. Geburtstag. Aktiv ist der Luzerner trotz seines Alters noch immer. Erst Anfang November beendete er sein Programm «Emil schnädered». Weiter in der Sendung: * Bedarf an Langzeitpflege im Kanton Luzern nimmt mittelfristig zu * Bären im Tierpark Goldau wegen warmen Wetters aktiver als üblich

PaperPlayer biorxiv neuroscience
Prenatal benzene exposure alters offspring hypothalamic development predisposing to metabolic disease in later life

PaperPlayer biorxiv neuroscience

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023


Link to bioRxiv paper: http://biorxiv.org/cgi/content/short/2023.01.05.522910v1?rss=1 Authors: Koshko, L., Scofield, S., Debarba, L., Stilgenbauer, L., Sacla, M., Fakhoury, P., Jayarathne, H., Perez-Mojica, J. E., Griggs, E., Lempradl, A., Sadagurski, M. Abstract: The hypothalamus is essential in the regulation of metabolism, notably during critical windows of development. An abnormal hormonal and inflammatory milieu during development can trigger persistent changes in the function of hypothalamic circuits, leading to long-lasting effects on the body's energy homeostasis and metabolism. We recently demonstrated that gestational exposure to benzene at smoking levels induces severe metabolic dysregulation in the offspring. Given the central role of the hypothalamus in metabolic control, we hypothesized that prenatal exposure to benzene impacts hypothalamic development, contributing to the adverse metabolic effects in the offspring. C57BL/6JB dams were exposed to benzene in the inhalation chambers exclusively during pregnancy (from E0.5 to E19). The transcriptome analysis of the offspring hypothalamus at postnatal day 21 (P21) revealed changes in genes related to metabolic regulation, inflammation, and neurodevelopment exclusively in benzene-exposed male offspring. Moreover, the hypothalamus of prenatally benzene-exposed male offspring displayed alterations in orexigenic and anorexigenic projections, impairments in leptin signaling, and increased microgliosis. Additional exposure to benzene during lactation did not promote further microgliosis or astrogliosis in the offspring, while the high-fat diet (HFD) challenge in adulthood exacerbated glucose metabolism and hypothalamic inflammation in benzene-exposed offspring of both sexes. These findings reveal the persistent impact of prenatal benzene exposure on hypothalamic circuits and neuroinflammation, predisposing the offspring to long-lasting metabolic health conditions. Copy rights belong to original authors. Visit the link for more info Podcast created by Paper Player, LLC

The DC Sports Huddle by WTOP
How the Commanders' QB change alters the rest of the 2022 season

The DC Sports Huddle by WTOP

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2022 21:59


The Washington Commanders have decided to go with Carson Wentz as the starting quarterback for their crucial matchup with the Cleveland Browns. Is Wentz the spark the Burgundy and Gold need for a playoff push or will the move away from the “Heinicke magic” backfire? The WTOP Sports team debates that and breaks down how the Commanders can win. Come inside the D.C. Sports Huddle presented by MGM National Harbor with WTOP Sports Director George Wallace, Senior Content Producer Rob Woodfork and fellow sports anchor Dave Preston.

PaperPlayer biorxiv neuroscience
APOE genotype or presence of brain amyloid alters the plasma proteome in cognitively normal, elderly subjects

PaperPlayer biorxiv neuroscience

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2022


Link to bioRxiv paper: http://biorxiv.org/cgi/content/short/2022.12.28.522119v1?rss=1 Authors: Philippi, S. M., BP, K., Raj, T., Castellano, J. M. Abstract: Background: Processes that drive Alzheimer's disease pathogenesis have long been considered to occur within the central nervous system, yet recent studies have bolstered the possibility that changes in the periphery may be relevant to the disease process. Accumulating evidence has suggested that proteins changing in the blood may be reliable indicators of disease within the brain. Recent advances in geroscience have identified potential mechanisms of blood-brain communication that modulate brain function in ways that could be harnessed for therapy. While blood-borne proteins associated with either youth or old age have been targeted to restore function to the aged brain, it remains unclear whether other dysfunctional systemic states can be exploited for similar benefits. Here we investigate whether APOE allelic variation or presence of brain amyloid are associated with distinct proteomic changes within the systemic environment and what molecular processes are associated with these changes. Methods: Using the SOMAscan assay, we measured 1,305 plasma proteins from 53 homozygous APOE3 and APOE4 subjects (mean age = 68 years; minimum = 54 years) who exhibited no cognitive impairment, some of whom can be categorized as harboring cerebral amyloid based on cerebrospinal fluid A{beta}42 measurements. Using the Dream R package for linear mixed effects modeling, we investigated possible contributions of either the APOE-{epsilon}4 allele or amyloid positivity to changes in the plasma proteome. Ontology-based pathway and module trait correlation analyses were performed to understand disrupted pathways that vary based on APOE genotype or amyloid positivity. Results: We found that expression of the APOE-{epsilon}4 allele produced distinct changes in the composition of the plasma proteome. Using both pathway enrichment analysis and weighted gene co-expression network analysis, we found that plasma proteins associated with APOE4 expression were linked to pathways related to atherosclerosis, lipid transport, the extracellular matrix, and synaptogenesis signaling. Independent of APOE4, we found that cognitively normal, amyloid-positive subjects exhibit distinct plasma proteome signatures associated with pathways previously linked to AD pathology, relative to amyloid-negative controls. Harboring brain amyloid was associated with plasma proteomic changes linked to dysfunction in blood-brain barrier and other neural cell types. Our results indicate that changes in the plasma proteome are related to possession of AD risk alleles, as well as the presence of amyloid pathology in subjects prior to the onset of symptoms. This work highlights the possibility that pathways in the systemic environment in certain risk contexts may be plausible targets to explore for modulating disease. Copy rights belong to original authors. Visit the link for more info Podcast created by Paper Player, LLC

Was Isch Los?
Was Isch Los? Folge 121 - Daniel Zmeev (EM/WM/Worldgames Medaillengewinner Jiu-Jitsu aus Rastatt)

Was Isch Los?

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2022 28:18


In Folge 121 der Sendung „Was Isch Los?“ hat Moderator Markus Lang Daniel Zmeev aus Rastatt zu Gast. Daniel ist 21 Jahre alt und sehr erfolgreich im Jiu-Jitsu-Kampfsport. Er hat bei der WM, EM und bei den World Games schon Medaillen gewonnen. Seit seinem 6. Lebensjahr betreibt Daniel die aus Japan stammende Sportart Jiu-Jitsu. Er erklärt, wie die Sportart funktioniert: Ziel ist es, den Gegner taktisch zu besiegen und nicht K.O. zu hauen. Deshalb ist Taktik und mentale Stärke sehr wichtig. In seiner Hochphase trainiert Daniel in der Woche 10 Mal. In der Regel morgens und abends. Am Wochenende stehen dann Wettkampf oder Regeneration an. Bei der kommenden WM im Juli in der Mongolei möchte Daniel wieder erfolgreich sein. Daniel Zmeev war vor kurzem von Bundespräsident Steinmeier nach Berlin eingeladen worden und hat dort mit dem „Silbernen Lorbeerblatt“ die höchste deutsche Sportauszeichnung erhalten. Bei den jeweiligen Reisen wird er vom Verband finanziell unterstützt; Sponsoren zu gewinnen ist in der Randsportart Jiu-Jitsu leider nicht so einfach. Der ebenfalls aus Rastatt stammende Roman Apolonov wurde 4 Mal hintereinander Weltmeister und sei ein Vorbild für Daniel. Für Zmeev ist es auf jeden Fall ein tolles Gefühl, zu den besten seiner Sportart und Alters- sowie Gewichtsklasse zu gehören Eine Podcast Videoshow, die auf YouTube und allen bekannten Streaming/Podcast-Plattformen zu hören ist. Thematisch geht es mal um Kultur, Kunst, Sport, Musik oder Wissenswertes. Interessantes aus Baden für Baden. Dauer immer ca. eine halbe Stunde; interessant, kurzweilig gestaltet und immer auf Augenhöhe!

PaperPlayer biorxiv neuroscience
Reduced progranulin increases tau and alpha-synuclein inclusions and alters phenotypes of tauopathy mice via glucocerebrosidase

PaperPlayer biorxiv neuroscience

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2022


Link to bioRxiv paper: http://biorxiv.org/cgi/content/short/2022.12.25.521308v1?rss=1 Authors: Takahashi, H., Bhagwagar, S., Nies, S. H., Chiasseu, M. T., Wang, G., Mackenzie, I. R., Strittmatter, S. M. Abstract: Comorbid proteinopathies are observed in many neurodegenerative disorders including Alzheimer's disease (AD), increase with age, and influence clinical outcomes, yet the mechanisms remain ill-defined. Here, we show that reduction of progranulin (PGRN), a lysosomal protein associated with TDP-43 proteinopathy, also increases tau inclusions, causes concomitant accumulation of alpha-synuclein and worsens mortality and disinhibited behaviors in tauopathy mice. The increased inclusions paradoxically protect against spatial memory deficit and hippocampal neurodegeneration. PGRN reduction with tau pathology attenuates activity of beta-glucocerebrosidase (GCase), a protein previously associated with synucleinopathy, while increasing glucosylceramide (GlcCer)-positive tau inclusions. In neuronal culture, GCase inhibition enhances tau aggregation induced by AD-tau. Furthermore, purified GlcCer directly promotes tau aggregation in vitro. Neurofibrillary tangles in human tauopathies are also GlcCer-immunoreactive. Thus, in addition to TDP-43, PGRN regulates tau- and synucleinopathies via GCase and GlcCer. A lysosomal PGRN-GCase pathway may be a common therapeutic target for age-related comorbid proteinopathies. Copy rights belong to original authors. Visit the link for more info Podcast created by Paper Player, LLC

Wissenswerte | Inforadio
Myokarditis: Herzmuskelentzündung kann jeden treffen

Wissenswerte | Inforadio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2022 3:07


Eine Herzmuskelentzündung, die sogenannte Myokarditis, tritt meist nach einem Infekt auf. Es kann Menschen jeden Alters treffen, auch Kerngesunde. Bei manchen Betroffenen nimmt die Entzündung einen so schweren Verlauf, dass es zu einer Herzschwäche oder Herzrhytmusstörungen kommt. Von Thomas Förster und Sybille Seitz

PaperPlayer biorxiv neuroscience
Neuronal-immune Axis Alters Pain and Sensory Afferent Damage During Dental Pulp Injury

PaperPlayer biorxiv neuroscience

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2022


Link to bioRxiv paper: http://biorxiv.org/cgi/content/short/2022.12.23.521695v1?rss=1 Authors: Erdogan, O., Michot, B., Xia, J., Alabdulaaly, L., Yesares Rubi, P., Chiu, I., Gibbs, J. L. Abstract: Dental pulp tissue is densely innervated by afferent fibers of the trigeminal ganglion. When bacteria cause dental decay near the pulpal tissue, a strong neuronal and immune response occur, creating pulpitis, which is associated with severe pain and pulp tissue damage. Neuro-immune interactions have the potential to modulate both the pain and pathological outcome of pulpitis. We first investigated the role of the neuropeptide calcitonin-gene related peptide (CGRP), released from peptidergic sensory afferents, in dental pain and immune responses by using calca knock out (calca-/-) and wild type (calca+/+) mice, in a model of pulpitis by creating a mechanical exposure of the dental pulp horn. While CGRP did not contribute to facial mechanical hypersensitivity, at an early time point, it did contribute to spontaneous pain-like behavior. We also found that CGRP contributed to recruitment of neutrophils and monocytes, while not clearly affecting the progression of pulpal pathology histologically. When we depleted neutrophils and monocytes, we found that there was more sensory afferent loss, tissue damage and deeper spread of bacteria into the pulp tissue, while there was a reduction in facial mechanical hypersensitivity compared to control animals at a later time point. Overall, we showed that there is a crosstalk between peptidergic neurons and neutrophils in the pulp, modulating the pain and inflammatory outcomes of the disease. Copy rights belong to original authors. Visit the link for more info Podcast created by Paper Player, LLC

PaperPlayer biorxiv neuroscience
Prenatal methadone exposure selectively alters protein expression in primary motor cortex: implications for synaptic function

PaperPlayer biorxiv neuroscience

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022


Link to bioRxiv paper: http://biorxiv.org/cgi/content/short/2022.12.21.521486v1?rss=1 Authors: Haggerty, D. L., Grecco, G. G., Huang, J.-Y., Doud, E. H., Mosley, A. L., Lu, H.-C., Atwood, B. Abstract: As problematic opioid use has reached epidemic levels over the past two decades, the annual prevalence of opioid use disorder (OUD) in pregnant women has also increased 333%. Yet, how opioids affect the developing brain of offspring from mothers experiencing OUD remains understudied and not fully understood. Animal models of prenatal opioid exposure have discovered many deficits in the offspring of prenatal opioid exposed mothers, such as delays in the development of sensorimotor function and long-term locomotive hyperactivity. In attempt to further understand these deficits and link them with protein changes driven by prenatal opioid exposure, we used a mouse model of prenatal methadone exposure (PME) and preformed an unbiased multi-omic analysis across many sensoriomotor brain regions known to interact with opioid exposure. The effects of PME exposure on the primary motor cortex (M1), primary somatosensory cortex (S1), the dorsomedial striatum (DMS), and dorsolateral striatum (DLS) were assessed using quantitative proteomics and phosphoproteomics. PME drove many changes in protein and phosphopeptide abundance across all brain regions sampled. Gene and gene ontology enrichments were used to assess how protein and phosphopeptide changes in each brain region were altered. Our findings showed that M1 was uniquely affected by PME in comparison to other brain regions. PME uniquely drove changes in M1 glutamatergic synapses and synaptic function. Immunohistochemical analysis also identified anatomical differences in M1 for upregulating the density of glutamatergic and downregulating the density of GABAergic synapses due to PME. Lastly, comparisons between M1 and non-M1 multi-omics revealed conserved brain wide changes in phosphopeptides associated with synaptic activity and assembly, but only specific protein changes in synapse activity and assembly were represented in M1. Together, our studies show that lasting changes in synaptic function driven by PME are largely represented by protein and anatomical changes in M1, which may serve as a starting point for future experimental and translational interventions that aim to reverse the adverse effects of PME on offspring. Copy rights belong to original authors. Visit the link for more info Podcast created by Paper Player, LLC

Politisches Feuilleton - Deutschlandfunk Kultur
Ältere Frauen im Kulturbetrieb - Wenn Ageismus und Sexismus zusammentreffen

Politisches Feuilleton - Deutschlandfunk Kultur

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 4:32


Diskriminierung aufgrund des Alters ist in Deutschland leider ziemlich üblich. Entertainerinnen und Schauspielerinnen trifft es besonders hart, beobachtet Entertainerin Gayle Tufts. Sie werden aufgrund des Alters und ihres Geschlechts benachteiligt.Ein Einwurf von Gayle Tuftswww.deutschlandfunkkultur.de, Politisches FeuilletonDirekter Link zur Audiodatei

Easy German
344: Ein bisschen betrunken darf man sein

Easy German

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2022 30:36


Es ist kalt! Deshalb gehen wir im Moment häufig zu Fuß oder nutzen spontan einen der vielen E-Scooter, die man sich überall in Berlin ausleihen kann. Damit man diese nicht unter Alkoholeinfluss nutzt, hat ein Anbieter nun einen "Reaktionstest" in seine App integriert — Cari berichtet. Außerdem sprechen wir über das Wort des Jahres 2022 und empfehlen einen Bericht über die Ausländerämter in Deutschland und einen Spielfilm. Zum Abschluss beantworten wir dann eure Fragen: Was kann man an Silvester in Berlin machen? Wie unterscheidet man sprachlich einen Freund von einem festen Partner? Und welche Verwendung hat das Wort "mal"?   Transkript und Vokabelhilfe Werde ein Easy German Mitglied und du bekommst unsere Vokabelhilfe, ein interaktives Transkript und Bonusmaterial zu jeder Episode: easygerman.org/membership   Das Wort des Jahres 2022 "Zeitenwende" ist das Wort des Jahres (tagesschau)   Unsere Hausmitteilung: 30-Tage-Challenge Im Januar 2023 machen wir eine Challenge zum Deutschlernen mit euch. 30 Tage lang bekommt ihr jeden Tag eine kleine Aufgabe von uns, die ihr in unserer Chatgruppe auf Discord macht, um so täglich euer Deutsch zu üben. Wenn ihr mitmachen möchtet, werdet jetzt ein Mitglied von Easy German: easygerman.org/membership   Empfehlungen der Woche ZDF Magazin Royale: Behind closed doors – The mystery of the Immigration Office (YouTube) Spielfilm: "23 - Nichts ist so wie es scheint" (ARD Mediathek)   Eure Fragen Raquel aus Brasilien fragt: Was kann man an Silvester in Berlin machen? New Year Walk in Neukölln (YouTube) Jonathan aus Uganda fragt: Wie unterscheidet man "Freund/in" von "Freund/in (Schatz)"? Steve aus den USA fragt: Wie kann man das Wort "mal" verwenden? Doch, Halt, Mal, Eben & Ja - German modal particles explained! (Easy German 231) Hast du eine Frage an uns? Auf easygerman.fm kannst du uns eine Sprachnachricht schicken.   Wichtige Vokabeln in dieser Episode die Jugendblüte: die beste Zeit des jugendlichen Alters die Zeitenwende: Beginn eines neuen Zeitabschnitts das Ausländeramt: Behörde, die für Ausländer zuständig ist kulminieren: seinen Höhepunkt erreichen fahrtüchtig sein: körperlich und geistig in der Lage sein, ein Fahrzeug zu bedienen bewusstseinsfördernd: das Bewusstsein für etwas stärken oder schärfen der Reaktionstest: Test, mit dem überprüft wird, wie schnell oder gut man auf etwas reagieren kann böllern: Feuerwerkskörper in die Luft schießen   Support Easy German and get interactive transcripts, live vocabulary and bonus content: easygerman.org/membership

PaperPlayer biorxiv neuroscience
Intermittent Cytomegalovirus Infection Alters Neurobiological Metabolism and Induces Cognitive Deficits in Mice

PaperPlayer biorxiv neuroscience

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022


Link to bioRxiv paper: http://biorxiv.org/cgi/content/short/2022.12.16.520745v1?rss=1 Authors: Harrison, M. A. A., Morris, S. L., Rudman, G. A., Rittenhouse, D. J., Monk, C. H., Sakamuri, S. S., Jones, M. J., Hasan, M. M., Khatun, M. S., Wang, H., Garfinkel, L. P., Norton, E. B., Steele, C., Kim, S., Kolls, J. K., Jazwinski, S. M., Mostany, R., Katakam, P. V. G., Engler-Chiurazzi, E. B., Zwezdaryk, K. Abstract: Risk factors contributing to dementia are multifactorial. Pathogens as risk factors for dementia is largely correlative with few causal relationships. Here, we demonstrate that intermittent cytomegalovirus (CMV) infection in mice, mimicking human chronic infection and reactivation/reinfection events, alters blood brain barrier (BBB) metabolic pathways. An increase in basal mitochondrial function is observed in brain microvasculature endothelial cells (BMEC) at 12 months post infection but not at earlier time points and is accompanied by elevated levels of superoxide, indicative of oxidative stress. Further, these mice score lower in cognitive assays as compared to age-matched controls. Our data show that repeated systemic infection with CMV, alters BBB metabolic function and impacts cognition. These observations provide mechanistic insights through which pathogens contribute to the progression of pathologies associated with dementia. Copy rights belong to original authors. Visit the link for more info Podcast created by Paper Player, LLC

Kultur heute Beiträge - Deutschlandfunk
"Auf Effizienzen getrimmt" - Philosoph Andreas Brenner über das Image des Alters

Kultur heute Beiträge - Deutschlandfunk

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 5:13


Ellmenreich, Majawww.deutschlandfunk.de, Kultur heuteDirekter Link zur Audiodatei

Radio NÖ Journal um 17.00
Journal um 12.00 Uhr, 15.12.2022

Radio NÖ Journal um 17.00

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 7:57


Die 3-G-Regel für Besucher und Beschäftigte in Spitälern, Alters- und Pflegeheimen fällt morgen. // Nach dem Streit in einer Autowerkstatt in Sollenau mit einem lebensgefährlich Verletzten wird wegen Mordversuchs ermittelt.

PaperPlayer biorxiv neuroscience
Anesthesia alters cortical spike sequences in rodent visual cortex

PaperPlayer biorxiv neuroscience

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022


Link to bioRxiv paper: http://biorxiv.org/cgi/content/short/2022.12.13.520271v1?rss=1 Authors: Tanabe, S., Lee, H., Wang, S., Hudetz, A. G. Abstract: Recurring spike sequences are thought to underlie cortical computations and may be essential for information processing in the conscious state. How anesthesia at graded levels may influence spontaneous and stimulus-related spike sequences in visual cortex has not been systematically examined. We recorded extracellular single-unit activity in the rat primary visual cortex in vivo during wakefulness and three levels of anesthesia produced by desflurane. The latencies of spike sequences within 0~200ms from the onset of spontaneous UP states and visual flash-evoked responses were compared. During wakefulness, spike latency patterns linked to the local field potential theta cycle were similar to stimulus-evoked patterns. Under anesthesia, spontaneous UP state sequences differed from flash-evoked sequences due to the recruitment of low-firing excitatory neurons to the UP state. Flash-evoked spike sequences showed higher reliability and longer latency when stimuli were applied during DOWN states compared to UP states. At deeper levels, anesthesia altered both UP state and flash-evoked spike sequences by selectively suppressing inhibitory neuron firing. The results reveal anesthesia-induced complex changes in cortical firing sequences that may influence visual information processing. Copy rights belong to original authors. Visit the link for more info Podcast created by Paper Player, LLC

B_redet
Die Sucht nach Pornos - Fr. Dr. Braam (Landesanstalt für Medien NRW) u.a. über die Schwierigkeit der Altersüberprüfung

B_redet

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 12:59


TRIGGERWARNUNG: In dieser Folge geht es um sexuelle Handlungen, Aussagen und Darstellungen. Falls Dich dieses Thema triggern sollte, schalte jetzt ab. Die Folge ist für Hörer:innen unter 16 Jahren nicht geeignet. Hier hörst du das vollständige Interview mit Frau Dr. Braam von der Landesanstalt für Medien NRW über die Schwierigkeit einer Altersüberprüfung im Netz und das Problem von Twitter im Umgang mit Pornos.

All Sides with Ann Fisher
Wellness Wednesday: How active fatherhood alters brain functioning

All Sides with Ann Fisher

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 50:24


The University of Southern California participated in a study that used magnetic resonance imaging to map how active fatherhood alters brain functioning.

All Sides with Ann Fisher Podcast
Wellness Wednesday: How active fatherhood alters brain functioning

All Sides with Ann Fisher Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 50:24


The University of Southern California participated in a study that used magnetic resonance imaging to map how active fatherhood alters brain functioning.

SWR Aktuell im Gespräch
Altersdiskriminierung: Die letzte Diskriminierung in Deutschland?

SWR Aktuell im Gespräch

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 4:18


Ageismus - das ist ein anderes Wort für Altersdiskriminierung. Diese Form der Diskriminierung tritt auf, wenn Menschen allein aufgrund ihres Alters eingeschränkt, benachteiligt oder sogar beleidigt werden. Die Antidiskriminierungsstelle des Bundes stellt heute die Studie "Ageismus - Altersbilder und Altersdiskriminierung in Deutschland" vor. Die Studie hat umfassend untersucht, welche Annahmen, Einstellungen und Bewertungen in der Bevölkerung in Deutschland über alte Menschen und die Lebensphase des Alters vorhanden sind. Hans-Werner Wahl ist Psychologe und Projektleiter des "Netzwerks Alternsforschung" der Universität Heidelberg. Im Gespräch mit SWR Aktuell-Moderator Jonathan Hadem schildert er, warum seiner Ansicht nach die Altersdiskriminierung die letzte geduldete Diskriminierungsform in Deutschland sei.

Zwei am Morge
Bunter Abend

Zwei am Morge

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2022 82:06


Phil hat sich trotz seines doch schon hohen Alters souverän geschlagen im Moshpit. Um das zu kompensieren, musste er am Sonntagabend das Seniorenprogramm des SRF schauen. Mätthu hat eine Zeitreise ins fast schon mittelalterliche Olten gemacht und Dave erzählt von seinem ersten Kuss. Die beiden SRF-Produzenten Philip Wiederkehr und David Meury rapportieren ihrem Chef Matthias Püntener wöchentlich den aktuellen Stand zum streng geheimen Nachfolgeprojekt von «Zwei am Morge». Die Entwicklung ist ein schleichender Prozess und so folgen auf zwei Schritte vorwärts halt auch immer wieder drei Schritte zurück. Irgendwo dazwischen bleibt Zeit für Geschichten, die das Leben schreibt – und mit denen sich unsere Hosts nachhaltig ihren Ruf ruinieren. Wenigstens das können sie. Neue Folgen jeden Mittwoch ab Mitternacht.

Alter, was geht?
Folge 23 - Alter, Pflege und Politik in Korea und ein Netzwerk in Hamburg

Alter, was geht?

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2022 44:22


Frau Dr. Yong-Seun Chang-Gusko (Koshin-Universität Busan und früher FOM Hamburg) berichtet von ihren Erfahrungen im Aufbau digitaler Seniorenservices in Deutschland und von der Rolle des Alters in der koreanischen Gesellschaft. Dort ist der Respekt vor den Alten weit stärker verankert als bei uns. Aber nicht nur das: das koreanische Gesundheits- und Pflegesystem ist viel stärker auf Prävention ausgerichtet und an den Patienten (anstelle der Anbieter) orientiert. Doch nicht alles, was glänzt, ist Gold. Neben einer großen Schere zwischen Arm und Reich hat Korea hat eine der niedrigsten Geburtenraten der Welt (0,85 Kinder pro Frau), weil Kinder zu teuer sind und das Berufsleben kaum mit Familie zu vereinbaren ist. Der Link zur Hamburger Plattform LIDO: https://meinlido.de/ Und zu einem Werbevideo mit Youn Yuh-Jung und Zigzag: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9x5AoAwPAK4 Abonniert Alter, was geht? auch bei Instagram, Facebook und Twitter. Alle Folgen findet ihr auch unter www.alter-was-geht.de inklusive Kommentarfunktion :-)

Buddhismus im Alltag - Der tägliche Podcast - Kurzvorträge und meditative Betrachtungen - Chan - Zen

Copyright: https://shaolin-rainer.de Bitte laden Sie sich auch meine App "Buddha-Blog" aus den Stores von Apple und Android. In einem entfernten chinesischen Dorf lebte ein bekannter buddhistischer Chan-Meister, er hatte eine kleine Schule, die Menschen verehrten ihn sehr. Seine Schüler waren gerne in seiner Nähe, der Meister war gebildet, weiße, und seine Unterweisungen waren unterhaltsam. Der Ruf des Meisters ging weit in die Umgebung, seine Lehrreden waren im ganzen Land bekannt. Auch war er trotz seines hohen Alters noch immer ein Könner des Kung Fu, alle Einwohner kamen zu ihm um Buddhismus und Kampfsport zu üben. Bei einem Spaziergang über den Dorfplatz, umringt von Anhängern, begegnete er einem jungen Kämpfer aus der nahen Stadt. Der war angereist um den alten Meister herauszufordern. Kaum sah er den Lehrer ging er auf ihn zu und fing an ihn wüst zu beleidigen, spuckte nach ihm, erhob aber nicht die Hand gegen den so viel älteren Mann. Er versuchte ihn zu provozieren, auf dass dieser den ersten Schlag unternehmen werde. Der Meister tat ihm den Gefallen aber nicht, stand reglos da und ließ alles an sich abprallen. Der junge Taugenichts wurde immer wütender, seine Stimme überschlug sich, Kränkung folgte auf Kränkung, Provokation auf Provokation, Rufmord auf Ehrverletzung, Schmähung auf Herabwürdigung. Immer noch verzog der alte Mann keine Miene, stand fast teilnahmslos vor ihm, man konnte Mitleid mit dem Übeltäter bekommen, er verausgabte sich völlig und erreichte nichts. Als er endlich einsah dass er rein gar nichts erreichen konnte schlich er sich wie ein geschlagener Hund vom Platz, schaute sich nicht einmal mehr um. Die Schüler kamen zu ihrem Meister und fragten ihn, warum er sich die Beleidigungen habe gefallen lassen, ob er sich nicht schlecht gefühlt, nicht unter den Schmähungen gelitten habe. Der alte Mann lächelte in sich hinein, die aufgeschreckten Verehrer amüsierten ihn. Er antwortete: Wenn euch jemand ein Geschenk geben möchte, ihr es aber nicht annehmt, wem gehört dann das Geschenk? Die Welt wird nicht bedroht von den Menschen, die böse sind, sondern von denen, die das Böse zulassen- Albert Einstein - Physiker - 1879 bis 1955 Auf die Absicht aller Dinge, nicht auf den Erfolg blickt der Weise- Lucius Annaeus Seneca - Philosoph - 1 bis 65 Wenn wir etwas, egal was es ist, nicht annehmen, geht es zum Absender zurück. Das sollten Sie einmal ausprobieren, ich verspreche dass es funktioniert!

WDR Hörspiel-Speicher
Rauschunterdrückung. Ein Aufnahmezustand

WDR Hörspiel-Speicher

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2022 53:26


•Doku-Fiktion• Viele Jahre nach ihrem Auftritt im Hörspiel "Bier auf dem Teppich" wagt die Band ohne Namen ein Comeback. Damit stellt sie sich gegen die Fliehkräfte des Alters, die prekären Arbeitsbedingungen und die Ästhetik des Mainstreams. // Von Ulrich Bassenge / Regie und Musik: der Autor / WDR/SRF 2019 / www.hoerspiel.wdr.de Von Ulrich Bassenge.

Tacheles - Deutschlandfunk Kultur
Alternde Gesellschaft - Ein Konflikt zwischen Arm und Reich

Tacheles - Deutschlandfunk Kultur

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2022 29:38


Deutschlands Bevölkerung altert, die Politik muss reagieren. Das heißt aber nicht, dass ältere Gesellschaften per se problematisch seien, sagt die Soziologin Silke van Dyk: Die Konfliktlinie verlaufe entlang der Klasse und nicht entlang des Alters.Moderation: Susanne Führerwww.deutschlandfunkkultur.de, TachelesDirekter Link zur Audiodatei

Morden im Norden | Ein Podimo Podcast
19. Die Jagd auf die schwarze Witwe

Morden im Norden | Ein Podimo Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 23:41


Das verpixelte Farbfoto auf dem Cover der dänischen Boulevardzeitung Ekstra Bladet zeigt eine unauffällige Frau mittleren Alters. Die Medien nennen sie allerdings "Schwarze Witwe". Und an dem Tag im September 2003, an dem das Bild aufgenommen wurde, erhielt sie die härteste Strafe, die das dänische Strafrecht vorsieht: lebenslange Haft.

Fleischzeit - Carnivore and more
Der Vogelsberger – Wagyu-Fleisch aus Weidehaltung, Schweinefleisch aus seltenen Rassen, Grillkurse und Gerichte aus Innereien

Fleischzeit - Carnivore and more

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 61:07


Steffen Schäfer ist Geschäftführer der Firma „Der Vogelsberger“ und Mitgründer des Deutschen Wagyuverbands. Der Vogelsberger umfasst eine Landwirtschaft, Metzgerei und Grillschule. Steffen ist somit gleichzeitig Landwirt, Metzger und Fleischsommelier. Er erzählt uns im Podcast über seinen Betrieb und seine Passion rund um das Wagyu-Rind. Seine Tiere werden in der Mutterkuhhaltung auf Weiden großgezogen, die im Schutzgebiet rund um den Vogelsberg grasen dürfen. Schweine hält Steffen Schäfer auch, das Vogelsberger Landschwein, eine Kreuzung aus dem Deutschen Edelschwein und dem Duroc, sowie das Berkshire Schwein. Es handelt sich dabei um fast ausgestorbene Schweinerassen, die eher fetthaltiger sind. Die Schweine werden bei ihnen auch älter, mindestens 12 Monate alt. Das Fleisch von diesen Schweinen ist saftiger und verliert beim Garen weniger Wasser. Die Wagyu-Rinder werden bei ihnen erst mit 32 bis 36 Monaten geschlachtet. Das Alter macht die Marmorierung erst richtig gut. Das Wagyu-Fett vom Vogelsberger ist durch die Grasfütterung richtig dunkelgelb, was man vom japanischen Wagyu-Fleisch nicht kennt. Das Wagyu-Fett ist nicht nur reich an Omega-3 durch die Grasfütterung, sondern auch an Omega-7. Diese fast noch unbekannte Fettsäure soll gut gegen Alters- und Entzündungsprozesse sein. Wagyu-Fett ist bei Zimmertemperatur flüssig. Dieser Schmelz ist auch die Besonderheit beim außergewöhnlichen Geschmack von Wagyu-Fleisch.Steffen erklärt die Besonderheiten bei der Wagyu-Zucht in Deutschland. Inzwischen gibt es 206 Wagyu-Züchter in Deutschland. Außerdem erklärt uns Steffen, wie er seine Rinder möglichst stressfrei schlachtet, um auch Fleisch von bester Qualität zu erzeugen.Über seine Grillkurse und Grillevents gibt er auch sein Wissen weitergeben Er gibt Tipps auch zur Verwendung von Innereien für besondere Gerichte.Ihr findet den Vogelsberger mit Online-Shop und Grillseminaren unter www.der-vogelsberger.de oder auf Instagram unter @dervogelsberger. Zusätzlich vermarktet er seine Fleisch- und Wurstwaren auf den Wochenmärkten in Bornheim, Bergerstraße und in Frankfurt auf dem Schillermarkt.Fleischzeit ist der erste deutschsprachige Podcast rund um die carnivore Ernährung. Hier erfahrt ihr Tipps zur Umsetzung des carnivoren Lifestyles, wissenschaftliche Hintergründe zur Heilsamkeit sowie ökologische und ethische Informationen zum Fleischkonsum.Andrea Sabine Siemoneit berichtet nach über drei Jahren carnivorer Ernährung über ihre Erfahrungen und Erkenntnisse. Außerdem interviewt sie andere Carnivoren.Ihr findet sie auf Instagram unter @carnitarierinAndreas Website, wo ihr auch Das Handbuch der Carnivoren Ernährung erwerben sowie den Link zum Coaching finden könnt: www.carnitarier.deHaftungsausschluss:Alle Inhalte im Podcast werden von uns mit größter Sorgfalt recherchiert und publiziert. Dennoch übernehmen wir keine Haftung für die Richtigkeit, Vollständigkeit oder Aktualität der Informationen. Sie stellen unsere persönliche subjektive Meinung dar und ersetzen auch keine medizinische Diagnose oder ärztliche Beratung. Dasselbe gilt für unsere Gäste. Konsultieren Sie bei Fragen oder Beschwerden immer Ihren behandelnden Arzt.

CUTS - Der kritische Film-Podcast
#126 - The Swimmer

CUTS - Der kritische Film-Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2022 41:53


An einem Spätsommernachmittag in Connecticut fasst ein durchtrainierter Mann mittleren Alters einen Plan: Er will durch die Pools seiner Nachbarschaft bis nach Hause schwimmen. Auf der Reise wird man ihn sicher mit offenen Armen empfangen. Oder? ODER? Frank Perrys "The Swimmer" von 1968 ist ein Mindfuck-Meisterwerk. Zusammen mit Fabian (Instagram: Beppo_Moltobene) macht sich Christian auf die abgründige Reise durch sommerliche Gärten, in denen man sich hüten muss, nicht zu erfrieren.

FM4 Interview Podcast
FM4 Interview mit Mieze Medusa über "Was über Frauen geredet wird"

FM4 Interview Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 20:32


Sie war eine der ersten Conscious Rapperinnen in Österreich, sie ist Musikerin, Dichterin, Netzwerkerin eine der zentralen Figuren in der Poetry Slam Szene, … mit „Was über Frauen geredet wird“ hat die Oberösterreicherin Mieze Medusa ihren zweiten großen Roman veröffentlicht. Es ist eine Geschichte über junge und nicht mehr so ganz junge Frauen in Wien und Innsbruck, Frauen verschiedenen Alters, verschiedener sozialer Zugehörigkeit, mit verschiedenen Träumen und verschiedenen Strategien, diese Träume zu verwirklichen. „Was über Frauen geredet wird“ ist da oft gar nicht das wichtigste, hat Mieze Medusa Boris Jordan im Interview verraten … Einem Gespräch über Feminismus, Hiphop, weibliche Selbstermächtigung und Innsbruck.

Morden im Norden | Ein Podimo Podcast
12: Der einsame Mörder

Morden im Norden | Ein Podimo Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 26:39


Auf dem alten Foto aus den 70er Jahren wirkt Arnfinn Nesset wie ein durchschnittlicher Mann mittleren Alters, mit markanter Brille, weißem Kittel und strengem Blick, der ihm Autorität verleiht. Zum Zeitpunkt der Aufnahme ahnt noch niemand, dass dieses Bild in ein paar Jahren in jeder norwegischen Zeitung zu sehen sein wird, denn Arnfinn Nesset wird verdächtigt, bis zu 60 seiner Patienten getötet zu haben – und das in nur drei Jahren. Morden im Norden - jede Woche Montag und Dienstag neue Folgen überall, wo es Podcasts gibt.

Writers Bloc
Why A Postponed Game Alters The Entire World Series

Writers Bloc

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 49:28


Ben welcomes MLB Network's Jon Morosi to discuss the rain delay that pushed Game 3 by a day, and how it really benefits the Phillies - can they now better deploy their rotation (1:00)? They also chat about MLB going head-to-head with NFL's Thursday Night Football, and how Vladimir Guerrero Jr's Gold Glove win only adds to his resume. Afterwards, NY Post's Mike Vaccaro discusses his Kyrie Irving story that called for the team to cut him outright and be done with him (27:35). Finally, Mitch Marner addresses the media today, and Ben discusses how he's taken responsibility for his play. The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Sports & Media or any affiliates.

Church On The Rock St Augustine
Alters | Pastor Aldrich Callins

Church On The Rock St Augustine

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 44:54


Our weekly worship service and message from St. Augustine, Florida with Pastor Josh Hersey. [Recorded live on October 23, 2022 at Church On The Rock with Pastor Aldrich Callins] So glad you are joining in with us for our online worship service. New Here? Did you make a decision to follow Christ today? Fill out our digital connection card: https://www.churchontherock.net/connect-card How can we pray with you? www.churchontherock.net/prayer Give online at: https://www.churchontherock.net/give

Hörspiel | rbbKultur
MutterVater

Hörspiel | rbbKultur

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 56:33


Was bleibt von den Menschen, die wir am längsten kannten? Drei Frauen und drei Männer unterschiedlichen Alters und verschiedener Generationen erinnern sich an ihre Mütter und Väter und die Beziehung zu ihnen, die sie selbst nach deren Tod noch prägt. Mit Jörg Gudzuhn, Eva Meckbach, Ben Plunkett-Reynolds, Rafael Stachowiak, Katja Teichmann, Nina Maria Wyss// Buch und Regie: Julia Latscha und Jörg Diernberger// Musik: Gunnar Geisse// Produktion: rbb 2022

Blaue Couch
Sky du Mont, Schauspieler, über die Attraktivität des Alters

Blaue Couch

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 33:25


Auf die Rolle des Bösewichts war er lange festgelegt. Dann hat er im "Schuh des Manitu" allen seinen Humor bewiesen. Dass damit auch das Älterwerden leichter fällt, darüber spricht Sky du Mont auf der Blauen Couch.

Der 96-Podwart
Der Podwart spricht über 20 Jahre Platzwart – und der feiert im Pavillon

Der 96-Podwart

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2022 26:30


Der HAZ-Platzwart trifft den Tiete – nicht. Der liegt flach zu Hause, während Uwe und Bruno den 20.Geburtstag des Platzwarts im Pavillon feiern. Gekommen sind viele bekannte Gesichter mittleren Alters und ein Fußballgott: Carsten Linke. Wir wissen aus sicherer Quelle: Carsten hat gelacht. Kurz zuvor hatte 96 noch gespielt – vorm Landgericht. Da hatten Linke und seine Freunde nichts zu lachen.

Regionaljournal Basel Baselland
Alles unter Kontrolle: Altersheime haben Corona im Griff

Regionaljournal Basel Baselland

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 27:29


Die Corona-Fallzahlen steigen. In den Spitälern liegen wieder mehr Patientinnen und Patienten mit einer Corona-Infektion. In den vergangenen Jahren bedeutete diese Lage für Alters- und Pflegeheime jeweils einschneidende Massnahmen, viel Stress und Leid. Aktuell ist das aber anders. * Berufsweltmeisterschaften «WorldSkills» in Basel: Wer ist die beste Schreinerin oder der beste Schreiner der Welt? * Herbstgäste: Mona Röthlisberger und Martina Berndt betreiben zusammen den Campingplatz Kaiseraugst. Weitere Themen: (17:38) In Basel messen sich die besten Schreiner Lehrlinge

Jeff Caplan's Afternoon News
NASA alters the path of an asteroid

Jeff Caplan's Afternoon News

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 1:44


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The Berean Manifesto
S3EP95 - The State of Theology Part 1

The Berean Manifesto

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 98:06


Pastor Bill: [0:02] Hello and welcome to season 3 episode 95 of the Berean Manifesto; Faith, Hope, and Love for the modern Christian. I'm Pastor Bill in the big seat today, the big chair and I'm joined by Pastor Newms in the little chair, I disabled the video for bandwidth so I don't remember where you are you're right, right here on the video with me. He's the little head today and I'm the big head today because something came out this week and I was like okay, we need to talk about this and we really need to talk about this so we're going to talk about it. … Pastor Bill: [8:29] Okay so let's move on we've got a lot to cover tonight, maybe we'll get it all done in the one hour maybe we'll go over it might be a double episode tonight and then we'll just release the second half of the podcast the next week I don't know. Pastor Newms: [8:47] Wouldn't we just record the next half next week or else we wouldn't have any of the beginning stuff next week. Pastor Bill: [8:58] I don't know we'll play it by ear. Pastor Newms: [9:13] Okay okay. Pastor Bill: [9:16] I don't know I don't know okay so this week the results of a nationwide survey came out that the survey is done every it's not every year. Pastor Newms: [9:26] It's every two years. Pastor Bill: [9:27] Every two years, and it's a group called the state of Theology and they partner with Life Way. Now life way you know you used to see them as Christian bookstores everywhere well they kind of rain to that end because, well they weren't making any money they were losing money on their you know brick and mortar stores. It's 35 statements on theology Doctrine things like this. Pastor Newms: [10:02] How many statements? Pastor Bill: [10:05] 35 Pastor Newms: [10:08] Why do I only have 32 listed. Pastor Bill: [10:14] That's an interesting question but there's thirty five statements okay so it's 35 statements and. Pastor Newms: [10:21] Oh no oh no. Pastor Bill: [10:26] People went in and took this survey and they would answer you know based on the options given. And so we're going to go through some of these and we're going to talk about the results and the question and talk about you know a scripture or maybe not a scripture but we're going to talk about the way we see it I may say one way that's your news May see the different way, everyone listening may see a completely different way than either one of us and that's fine on most of this a couple of these it is that basic, it's either this way or you're not actually a Christian kind of thing you know. Pastor Newms: [11:12] I would agree yes. Pastor Bill: [11:15] 1. God is a perfect being and cannot make a mistake. Out of 3,000 people that responded 51 percent strongly agree, 15% somewhat agree nine percent weren't sure 10% somewhat disagreed and 15 percent strongly disagreed, that God was a perfect being and could not make a mistake. Right, so I believe God is a perfect being and that he does not make mistakes I also believe, that from my point of view I can look at something God has done, and either not see the big picture and think it was a mistake or not agree with it from my point of view and think it was a mistake, But ultimately from a grand scheme all of time expanse point of view God doesn't make mistakes and (responding to a live comment) - Biggs says our god well as, yeah there were this is off of the assumption that it is the Judeo Christian God of the Bible. Pastor Newms: [12:34] Which really plays into a future. Pastor Bill: [12:38] How do I word this correctly? Yeah it does. Pastor Newms: [12:41] So so yeah I I so this is the issue I have, overall you posit do you reckon continue with this one sorry so this is the issue I have overall so just so you know when you lean like that right there no one can see your face this is the issue I have, with this entire survey, and this is the issue I've had in this survey in past years also the wording of these questions are terrible. They are steeped in a biased belief of this is what I think whoever wrote These originally which this has been years and years and years ago so there's no telling, but it's very biased some of them are extremely christianese. Some of them aren't but, it's very much I have this set of beliefs so I'm going to ask the questions in this way not thinking about, any other situation because words like mistake what is a mistake you know um, like you mentioned I could view something that God did as I don't understand it or like it so to me it is a mistake in the perfect will of God it is not a mistake so, it's interesting to look at that in a lot of these questions is, the wording is so bad and don't worry I'll complain about English all night tonight so do be prepared the next two weeks I will be complaining about English the entire time so hold your seats and be prepared and I'll try not to blame Microsoft for anything but it is going to be English, blaming a lot so you have a scripture and I'll let you go first before I say what I was going to say because I thought you paused because you were going through it so. Pastor Bill: [14:45] So I attached Isaiah 55:8,9 to this. It says, “For my thoughts are not your thoughts and your ways are not my ways this is the Lord's declaration, for as Heaven is higher than Earth so my ways are higher than your ways and my thoughts than your thoughts.” And I think that really summed up what I was saying you know like God from God's point of view you know he works on a completely different playing field than the rest of us, and he's got the you know the 100-yard view whereas we're down here in the grass just trying to see daylight you know past the blades of grass, so Pastor Newms: [15:24] And what I looked at for it, was Psalms 18:39, “His way is perfect the word of the Lord is pure he's a shield who take all he's a shield to all who take refuge in him you know his way is perfect.” because it's his way and he kind of hit go so he gets to his prerogative because he said go. So that that that's a yeah. Pastor Bill: [16:01] 2. There is one true God in three persons God the Father God the son and God the Holy Spirit. Well once again, this is really a bias question it's worded with a lot of bias in it it's bad data collection but assuming that you believe in the one true God in a one true God. It then makes another assumption that you believe in the Trinity or don't d.c. they're asking do you believe in the Trinity or you not believe the Trinity everything's not really that clear-cut there's a lot of gray there I mean the idea of the trinity, isn't even one that's expressly stated in the Bible right it's a doctrine that we've pieced together out of context clues from, well this writer said this thing and this writer said this thing and this writer said this thing and through all of that, crafted this idea of the trinitarian nature of God, but there's no one scripture that just point blank says that and we could honestly spend a whole, episode of its own by itself going through all of the stuff that leads you to believe there is a trinity in the nature of God right, but that's not what we're doing tonight and so like this isn't another one of those bad ones, fifty-four percent of people strongly agree 16% somewhat agree 11 aren't sure president 5% somewhat disagree and 14 percent strongly disagree, with that statement that was not a pause that was me moving it over to you now. Pastor Newms: [17:50] Okay so this is where this is where I'm going to complain in my in my part so, with a one true God in three persons God the Father God the son and God the holy spirit so to me with the way this question is worded. I feel it leads one to sometimes especially if you're not steeped in christianese this is one of those that's steeped in crime if you're not, you might think of three God's not three parts of one God, and three the way the trilogy Trinity is you know three people that are one that are what you know because depending on how you read that sentence where the commas are how the you know, it's an interesting thought process, because the Trinity is like you mentioned hard in and of itself and. Verse I did pull a verse for this one, just one simple one that I kind of grabbed which is Galatians 4:6 and it says “in because you are Sons God sent the spirit of his son into our hearts crying Abba Father” and, so that does talk about all three parts in one the three persons that are all parts of one God that are, three at the same time which again steeped in christianese this is the Trinity and of itself is an extremely hard concept, unless you think of Body Mind and Spirit and can they be separated can they not excetera Etc so the Trinity is hard. It's deep theological stuff this isn't a an easy one. … Pastor Bill: [20:41] 3. God accepts the worship of all religions including Christianity Judaism and Islam. okay once again so bad so bad, so bad okay so 45 percent strongly agree with the. Um 22% somewhat agree 11% are not sure 6% somewhat to disagree and 16% like me strongly disagree with this statement, that God accepts the worship of all religions that's the statement. And then it gives a cough. Pastor Newms: [21:30] Why is that the statement why is that the. Pastor Bill: [21:32] Including the Judeo-Christian religions. Pastor Newms: [21:39] All three Abrahamic religions. Pastor Bill: [21:43] Including all three Abrahamic religions and I'm like wait God accepts worship with all religions so you're saying you know Hindu Buddhism Taoism. Pastor Newms: [21:54] Jediism the Flying Spaghetti Monster. Pastor Bill: [21:56] Jediism Zaroastrianism the Flying Spaghetti Monster. You're making a rather broad statement and then saying. Pastor Newms: [22:03] Yeah. Pastor Bill: [22:04] Including the Abrahamic religions. Pastor Newms: [22:08] Which I think is what throws a lot of people off with this question which is why you have so many that agree because when they, when they hear the statement well yeah all three of those religions serve the same God technically you know so. Yeah to you know and so this question is terrible because of that three. Pastor Bill: [22:36] But even in the three they should have disagreed I put John 14:6,7, “Jesus told him I am the way the truth and the life no one comes to the father except through me if you know me you also know my father from now on you do know him and have seen him.” Judaism does not accept Jesus as the Messiah or believe he is the way to the father so that kicks them out of the question Islam does not believe that Jesus is the son of God. Pastor Newms: [23:17] Which which I which I agree there's a difference between is God the god of these religions. Pastor Bill: [23:24] That that would be a question where you could say oh yeah yeah they all believe they're worshiping the same entity. Pastor Newms: [23:31] Right and but I believe there's also a line between see here's the other aspect accepts worship, and has a relationship with in eternity are also. Pastor Bill: [23:48] My wife, abatsbrain, bring brought up Cain and Abel, God accepted the offering of one and rejected the offering of the other because one was doing it according to the way it had been lined up and the other one wasn't and so it's that same question. Pastor Newms: [24:05] God accepted the worship of Judaism for a long time. Follower of a follower of original Islam, you know before you know not the modern that we know today I mean God spoke to, Ishmael and you know blah blah blah you know so there's you know and he was the founder of, you know that offshoot and then it goes and goes and goes and of course it ends up where it is now which we would agree that it is not the same but, the god that they worshipped was the same, and the tenants are the same because of it and then it went to left field of course because you know people. … Pastor Newms: [25:06] Wait wait so sorry I didn't know you're ready to move on um so I did Exodus 20:3-6 which is like the obvious one for this like, which is, “Do not have any other gods beside me, do not make an idol whether it is the shape of anything in the heavens above or the earth below or the waters under the Earth Do Not Bow and worship to them do not serve them for I the Lord your God am a jealous God punishing the children for their fathers iniquities to the third and fourth generation of those who hate me but show faithful love to a thousand generations for those who love me and keep my commandments.” which is pretty much a, you know you really shouldn't worship anyone else according to biblical standards because he kind of laid that one out there so if you're praying to an idol, even if it looks like a saint I mean um oops my bad. … Pastor Bill: [26:06] 4. God learns (that should be your red flag right away) and adapts to different circumstances, Um 32 percent strongly agree 20% somewhat agree 17 aren't sure 8% somewhat disagree and 23% like me saw that big red flag and went no, absolutely not God does not learn, God knew God knows got and so I pulled Malachi I've actually have two scriptures here written down the first ones Malachi 3:6. … Pastor Bill: [26:59] “Because I the Lord hath not changed you descendants of Jacob have not been destroyed” now he does not say I will never change because obviously then he became Jesus that's somewhat of a change, big change but he had not. Pastor Newms: [27:17] Taking the physical form. Pastor Bill: [27:19] Right but then there's other scriptures that people have taken to say we'll see God never ever ever in any way changes anything. Pastor Newms: [27:29] Well and and I think I think one of the big things here. Pastor Bill: [27:32] Was James written down rather was James 1:17, “Every good and perfect gift is from above coming down from the Father of Lights who does not change like shifting Shadows” So God doesn't learn something and then and then change the way he's going to do something because he learns something new, he's not like shifting Shadows where you know the clouds are moving so that the sunlight causes the shadow to change it's not like that, God doesn't learn anything new he knew from the beginning he saw the end and everything in between he there is nothing left to learn for God so that's not really a thing.  Pastor Newms: [28:26] So the thing I wrote about this is you know God does not adapt because he's unchanging, in many ways it lists this through scripture and there's tons of scriptures of you know his ways doesn't change his personality doesn't his love doesn't there's there's all these different ones, that I found that you know trying to pick which one I wanted to use but they were all about aspects of God that dip that don't change his love will never change his this will never falter his you know blah blah blah blah blah. The big thing and you alluded to it is his. The way he handles things has changed because of Grace in Jesus so it's not that he adapted. Pastor Bill: [29:17] But he always he always had the proclivity to be that but we prevented him from being that. Pastor Newms: [29:27] Right and that's that's what I think that that's one of those things where it has a hard time sometimes where there are times where God changed his mind quote unquote. Pastor Bill: [29:39] I'm not quote unquote that's straight-up I Repent ever making humankind I'm gonna wipe them out with a flood that's got changing his mind. Pastor Newms: [29:50] Well well it could be God changing his mind it could be God going mean this was the worst I knew it was bad but, I knew it was bad but boo, they're just bad bad like I knew they were bad like I knew it was going to happen but looking at it it's kind of like when you do something and you know it's not going to turn out okay like you know if I try to do art, right if I try to draw something anyone who knows me in real life is seen this probably at some point unless you've been spared I will draw something, and I know it's going to be bad and then I show it to someone and they're like oh that's like bad bad like that's so bad other people are complaining about it I knew it was going to be bad but I didn't know other people were going to complain to me about how bad it was going to be to the degree that they and so I think that's part of the like God knew it was bad but then it's like in the moment this is even think this is bad bad but that doesn't mean he has changed or, that just means he has the ability to change his mind from the beginning of time and does it sometimes based on. Prayers based on situations. Pastor Bill: [31:09] Based on finding one righteous man on Earth who then said mmm don't wipe us all. Pastor Newms: [31:16] But even then but even then you know, it's kind of cool to Sodom and Gomorrah right Sodom and Gomorrah he struck them down not because he looked at him and went and they're bad because other people were crying for. Pastor Bill: [31:35] The cities around. Pastor Newms: [31:36] Because of how. Pastor Bill: [31:37] In Sodom and Gomorrah. Pastor Newms: [31:39] Right so it's one of those situations where it's, do you know these guys are so bad that other people are bringing it's not that he didn't know, but people have and it's that whole you start to deal with that whole and this is actually something that's later also, the whole aspect of asking asking I can ask and I will ask can I you know, there's that aspect of these types of situations God didn't change but God sometimes, Alters the course of his Divine will because of other situations which happened, right off the bat because we were all supposed to be naked in a garden eating fruit but one tree still to this day and I hate wearing clothes and I'm still upset about it but, it is what it is you told us we had to so I do but you know whatever. Pastor Bill: [32:40] Did I write down the wrong scripture for this next. Pastor Newms: [32:43] I didn't think I'd be able to work in the fact that I hate wearing clothes into a sermon ever that's awesome that's interesting. Pastor Bill: [32:48] 5. Biblical accounts of the physical bodily resurrection of Jesus are completely accurate, This event actually occurred. so one, accurate is a broad question that allows for to people's testimonies to contradict so math you can say one thing and Mark can say something different and they can still both be accurate, right now is it a faithful replication of events as in you'd have in a history book, not really there eyewitness accounts they're not a history text that's not what the gospels are this. Pastor Newms: [33:42] Isn't that what all history texts are though eyewitness account. Pastor Bill: [33:47] No there these are the facts that are verifiable, by multiple Witnesses and documents and records and evidence is to make historical it has to be backed up by multiple things, the gospels are simply one man's eyewitness account that he wrote down and then another man's eyewitness account that he wrote down. Pastor Newms: [34:13] I understand what you mean but I don't know if you've picked up historical text recently because they're not always verifiable and the country. Pastor Bill: [34:22] Well they're supposed to be okay so. Pastor Newms: [34:24] Yeah I'm just saying like. Pastor Bill: [34:27] I'm in the strongly agree category at 47% somewhat agree in nineteen percent not sure it 11 percent somewhat disagree at 8% and strongly disagree at 15% of people, Mr. Grogy says the winner writes history to a certain degree he's right. Pastor Newms: [34:47] Can you find the Skeptics in the room yeah they're all my family. Pastor Bill: [34:53] Romans 10:9, “If you confess with your mouth Jesus is Lord and believe in your heart that God raised him from the dead you will be saved.” if you disagree with statement number five then you do not meet the bare minimum requirements for being a Christian as the Bible explains them to be. The event actually occurred, you have to believe that as a prerequisite for being a Christian. It just is that just that is that's that's the Bare Bones. Pastor Newms: [35:40] Yeah so. Pastor Bill: [35:40] That's what makes you a. Pastor Newms: [35:42] Didn't I didn't even put a scripture down but I just wrote without faith in the resurrection Jesus wouldn't have been the Messiah so we wouldn't have belief in him so. Pastor Bill: [35:56] So this. Pastor Newms: [35:56] Peace out like that's what that's all I wrote. Pastor Bill: [35:57] This 15% that are like I strongly disagree that Jesus you've bodily Resurrected are you gonna tell him or should I I don't I don't know. Pastor Newms: [36:08] Well but do remember not everyone in this survey is a churchgoer even. Pastor Bill: [36:15] This was intended to be a survey of only churchgoers primarily Evangelical. Pastor Newms: [36:28] No cuz there's because in the structure. Pastor Bill: [36:29] 2,300 of them are not Evangelical and 711 of them were evangelicals. Pastor Newms: [36:37] And in attendance to church 642 of these people have never been to church. Pastor Bill: [36:45] I see that yeah. Pastor Newms: [36:48] And so you know not all. Pastor Bill: [36:52] 28 of them responded that they're not sure if they've ever been to church. Pastor Newms: [36:57] Yeah I didn't I thought that one was humorous. And I truly did find the, the differences in income and education level and their answers but that's just playing with data that's not part of this conversation anyway number. Pastor Bill: [37:23] 6. Jesus is the first and greatest being created by God. So 40% of respondents follow the Arian heresy apparently and believe that Jesus is a created being. 15% somewhat agree 13% weren't sure 8% somewhat disagreed and 24% including myself, I strongly disagree that Jesus is a being created by God and was the first of those beings. Pastor Newms: [38:24] And I believe 40% of that part of that 40% doesn't understand the question because of how poorly it's written. Pastor Bill: [38:35] So I put John chapter 1 verses 1 through 18 in there. “In the beginning was the word and the Word was with God and the Word was God he was with God” in the beginning you know on and on and on and on what number two. And then when we skip down to verse 14 “the word became flesh and dwelt among us we observed his glory the glory as the one and only son from the father full of grace and truth John testified” and then we get down to verse 17 and it identifies the person who became flesh as Jesus Christ, Verse 18 “no one has ever seen God the one and only son who is himself God is at the father's side he has revealed himself” no Jesus was not a created being, Jesus is a part of God who then gave up Divinity to become a human person. Read move on to the next one. Pastor Newms: [39:54] So I also wrote Genesis 1:26, the illusion of John 11 you know the in the beginning was the word and the Word was God in the well in 1:26 is “and then God said let us make man in our image according to our likeness” they will rule such and such and such and such and such, but, you know God used a plural there. Because we are three parts like he is three parts exactly Biggs we are just shoved into an earth suit it's a dirt sack. Pastor Bill: [40:40] 7. Jesus was a great teacher but he was not God There is literally no wrong answer to this question. Given that he was God before he was Jesus and then became a human being who was not God while he walked the Earth and then became God again after he died and rose again. Pastor Newms: [41:11] And then walk the earth some more. Pastor Bill: [41:12] And then walk the earth some more and he was a great teacher during all those different parts so I put in Philippians 2:5-11 so we can really understand what I'm saying at that point is, “adopt the same attitude as that of Christ Jesus who existing in the form of God (right so Jesus was God), did not consider equality with God as something to be exploited (so he didn't oh I'm God I'm gonna take advantage instead he emptied himself), by assuming the form of a servant (some of the translations have said gave up his divinity gave up the Divine part of himself to become a human being a lowly servant.) Even humbling himself to the point of death even to death on a cross” he was God he became not God he rose again and became God again there's no wrong answer here any of those answers would have been accepted a say acceptable, Thirty-One percent strongly agreed 22% somewhat agreed 11% were like you're going to need to be more specific that's kind of where I'm at I'm like you need to give me a little bit more specific with your question, nine percent somewhat disagreed and 27 percent strongly disagreed, which is you know the Hardline evangelicals that I went out there you saying he's not God and didn't actually think through the question all the way up I believe. Pastor Newms: [42:52] So and and part of my problem is is I refuse to go mid line because I'm a I'm a person who won't go midline ever so I put disagree because, there's that aspect of he was and now he is so even if he took on Humanity he was, is and so the was was not God makes me go no you can't you can't cuz he was. Pastor Bill: [43:22] Yeah like I said there's no wrong answer they're that. Pastor Newms: [43:25] Right right so what I put is this is funny because what I put, was what we just talked about I put John 1:14 which is in the word became flesh and dwelt among us we observed his glory the glory as one and only son of the father full of grace and truth, and then I put also John 8:24 and I didn't put it in chat when I was about to say it, “therefore I told you that you will die in your sins for you do not believe that I am he you will die in your sins” so, you know there's that even he said I am, which is which is a very dangerous statement in that culture because that is what God told, Moses it is what got you know I am and so, that was Jesus saying I am and so that's why you know I put that in there. And now we get to the fun ones. Pastor Bill: [44:35] This is the first fun one it says the Bible hates trans people. Pastor Newms: [44:39] It's not what it says it's what is. Pastor Bill: [44:44] 8. God created male and female Okay like I agree with that statement, it's a it's a factual statement about the text God created male and female now the subtext of what you're saying I disagree with, um 64 percent strongly agreed 14% somewhat agreed 97 percent were not sure 3% somewhat disagree in twelve percent strongly disagree so if we go to the text Genesis 5:2 “God created them male and female when they were created he blessed them and called them mankind” yeah, and then I wrote down Jeremiah 1:5 because this is where it actually gets interesting to me at least. Jeremiah 1:5 “I chose you before I formed you in the womb, I set you apart before you were born I appointed you a prophet to the nation's” doesn't point blank say that God forms Us in the womb there, but it does imply that everyone is formed in the womb got stitches us together in the woman's another way it says that none of the scripture, God is not a man that he might lie or a son of man that he might change his mind as he speak and not act or promise and not fulfill, and you're probably going well what does that have to do with male or female or trans or any of that well, God created the world and humanity and he set us on our course, with certain laws of physics and Dynamics and responsibilities and we screwed the pooch right Adam and Eve ate the fruit welcomes in into our very beings into our very DNA, and so God goes in and he goes to form a person in the womb. And what does he have there to use legally without. Not fulfilling his word of giving us Authority and letting the laws that he set forth right so he uses what's there, and sometimes what's their doesn't always match what's inside. So I believe it's 100% possible, for the the items that were there to be stitched together stitch together a male. Who God originally intended to be a female, and so they have this female psyche this female spirit this female point of view and all the tools all the stuff that was there that was provided to God, could only be made into a male or vice versa there was a female but inside. Pastor Newms: [47:58] Sorry you said all the tools in it. Pastor Bill: [47:59] God intended them to be a female but the tools the matter that was provided to God, the only thing he could make out of it with something else, and I believe that's why some people are born without an arm or they're born half deaf or they're born blind or they're born one way or another, God only has certain materials to work with and he's not going to lie and make himself a liar and Rewind thousands of years of creation because all of a sudden, God's not God and we all cease to exist because the only thing holding all this craziness together is the idea the fact that God is God, and I've got isn't God anymore everything just falls apart. Pastor Newms: [48:43] So first off the reason I'm laughing is because you said the word tool a lot, and and certain people love to call certain parts tools and so it just it made me it made me like you kept going tools tools and I'm like tool because I'm 12 so, you know it works so what I wrote here is I agree of course because, the text, detect says so and then it says the first humans were male and female but the wording of this makes it seem very aggressive against all non-binary which, is of course even farther farther step than just trans you know there are people, non-binaries a much larger encompassing of you know trans and people who, there's lots covered under the whole umbrella so which is not spoken about in scripture anywhere, that I can. Pastor Bill: [49:48] I shouldn't even be a question. Pastor Newms: [49:49] That's what I'm saying it's not. Pastor Bill: [49:51] Finn was should we love everybody no matter what and Jesus said yes. Pastor Newms: [49:56] Right. Pastor Bill: [49:57] Cooks. Pastor Newms: [49:58] Yeah yeah and and so that's that's where this really comes down to and it really is especially the, the as we talked about its the wording and the the the way some of these questions are it's very much a do you agree to trans people should exist and you're like whoa whoa that's not. Pastor Bill: [50:18] But I can't just I can't I can't say this is a true or false statement like theirs. Pastor Newms: [50:25] Like this your what you're asking what you're asking me to say vs. what I believe about what you're asking me to say are two completely different things and I think that really makes this survey, garbage people. Pastor Bill: [50:43] But that's why we need to talk about it. Pastor Newms: [50:45] But yes so. Pastor Bill: [50:45] Because this is what people are talking about and they're looking at this and they're going well this is what Christians think about the world and I'm like. No that doesn't accurately represents how I feel about my neighbors. Pastor Newms: [51:03] And it doesn't accurate and again that's where it comes down to these questions are poor because it doesn't accurately represent what they mean and what people are going to take from it, and that's where these kind of questions in these kinds of surveys cause problems and cause divisiveness. But yeah and the state of and calling it the state of. Pastor Bill: [51:32] The state of. Pastor Newms: [51:35] And the state of Theology and then this is a question that's not a, theological question you're asking a morality question more than you're asking a theology question but that's beside the point asked what you mean say what these questions should be worded how they actually mean. Pastor Bill: [51:52] Same number 9. Pastor Newms: [51:53] Okay I'll wait to complain about that. Pastor Bill: [51:55] 9. The holy spirit is a force but is not a personal being thirty-three percent agree that the holy spirit is the force I'm sorry a force. That was a little Star Wars joke 26 percent yeah somewhat agree. Pastor Newms: [52:12] midi-chlorines. Pastor Bill: [52:13] We don't talk about midi-chlorians 15% are not sure 7% somewhat disagree and 19% where my people at strongly disagree, that the holy spirit is a force but not a personal thing and I wrote down John 14. Because I could look at my notes 15 through 18. Jesus talking “if you love me you will keep my Commandments and I will ask the father and he will give you another counselor to be with you forever he is the spirit of Truth, the world is unable to receive him because it doesn't see him or know him but you do know him because he remains with you and will be in you” and if you follow along with the story, Jesus references this comforter again and Point Blank tells them it's the Holy Spirit and to wait for him to arrive, after and you go on and that's what happens in Acts 2. Pastor Newms: [53:23] So, this is again this is all about wording, this is all about wording and I did not throw things at my wife as she was walking up and down the stairs and then she did not throw them back at me because I am a child, this is all about the wording of this does trip me up some I wrote disagree this spirit is a distinct part of the Trinity but it is a spirit not a physical being so the question is written in a way, that leans people to answer a certain way, I was only slightly distracted groggy huh the issue I have, is when you read personal being, right there's two things that that can come from that like he is distinct he is a being but when you read personal being and force, there's that, well he's not a person so not a person no but like the question is worded so poorly. It's that whole like I know what you're asking, but it's written really bad like like I could answer true because he is not a person because a person in our definition of person has a body, but person know being he is a distinct being so and he is a force because, he's not physical so there's there this is one of those questions where like I know what they're asking and. I disagree but the wording makes me want to pull my own ears off, if someone actually called me an actually asked me these questions I'm pretty sure they would just Mark me as no answer on all of them and hang up because they've get two questions in and their ears would be bleeding, cuz that would be a. Pastor Bill: [55:46] 10. The holy spirit gives a spiritual New Birth or new life before a person has faith in Jesus Christ. That's just poppycock I sat here and stared at the computer when I read that the first time when I was like, that's that's just that's ridiculous twenty-seven percent of people strongly agree with that statement, 23% somewhat agree 21 percent aren't sure 9% somewhat disagree in twenty percent strongly disagree, if the Holy Spirit. Pastor Newms: [56:53] 50% of that 27 percent didn't hear the word before. Pastor Bill: [56:56] Right I guess so if the holy spirit gives you a spiritual New Birth or new life before you have faith in Jesus Christ then you've attained salvation before you've attained salvation. Pastor Newms: [57:09] Well to be fair to be fair there are people who believe, there are a second Christianity who believe you are chosen in the past, before anything happened God chose who would be saved and that's actually talked about later there are people who believe that and so for the people who believe that this makes total sense, because oh yeah he he decided I'm going to have a new life before I had a new life and you're like putting. Pastor Bill: [57:48] This isn't said decided this is Gibbs this says this is this is saying those people who are elect they have they have new life a new birth when they're still before they believe that. Pastor Newms: [58:03] Some of them some of them believe that that they're perfect already. Pastor Bill: [58:08] Like they could just go out and murder a bunch of people and they would still go to heaven because they were chosen Before Time that's ridiculous. Pastor Newms: [58:17] So what verse did you right now. Pastor Bill: [58:20] The same one as for 9, “if you love me you will keep my commands and I will ask the father and he will give you another counselor” he's not you're not going to be given the counselor you're not gonna be given the Holy Spirit you're not going to have the Holy Spirit before you love Jesus and keep his commands you can't you can't hook up, you you take the horse and you hook the cart to the horse you don't put the horse behind the cart and hook the cart to the horse and then start whipping the cart like why won't this thing go. Pastor Newms: [58:56] So I wrote you know I wrote little passages for each of these as my personal notes so that way when you looked at me and I would go oh blah because, this one's heavier so I didn't want to misspeak off the cuff like I sometimes will so for number 10 I wrote disagree. And I didn't write anything else I wrote a scripture so I'll read the scripture but I wrote nothing I just wrote disagree because like you said huh, but I didn't write anything because I was like I don't have anything to write for that that is so silly my brain hurts so I wrote second Corinthians 5:17, and I said it's I said hmm, I've copied and it says “therefore if anyone is in Christ he is a new creation the old has passed away and see the new has come” you have to be, in Christ before you are a new creation this isn't a. Read the book sorry that's rude of me but some of these questions got me real hot and bothered some of these questions got me real hot and bothered. Number 11. Pastor Bill: [1:00:31] All right this is this is going to be a fun one 11. The Holy Spirit can tell me to do something which is forbidden in the Bible. Pastor Newms: [1:00:42] Do you want me to start you want me you want me to start. Pastor Bill: [1:00:49] Eleven percent strongly agree with that statement 11% somewhat agree. Pastor Newms: [1:00:54] Aha aha. Pastor Bill: [1:00:55] Sixteen percent aren't sure 11% somewhat disagree and a whopping 51% of people strongly disagree, with this statement but before I tell people what I chose. Pastor Newms: [1:01:08] Aha. Pastor Bill: [1:01:09] Imagine if you will you are Peter, in the New Testament and the Holy Spirit tells you, you can eat meat that isn't clean and you go but the Bible says I can't do that, so you must not be the Holy Spirit. Like God doesn't change but the way that he interacts with humans does, things that were forbidden for certain cultures in the Bible because it wouldn't have been good for them like eating pork because they didn't know how to take care of it, may not be forbidden for you as a person living in today in the Old Testament you couldn't wear cloth that was two different types of fibers, but that's okay today. Pastor Newms: [1:02:10] So so I know you know go ahead and say where you stand and and then I'm going to say what I wrote and why I wrote it. Pastor Bill: [1:02:18] I strongly agree with the statement that the Holy Spirit can tell me to do something which is forbidden in the Bible. Pastor Newms: [1:02:24] So I disagree and here's why, the things that we get from a holy spirit should align with scripture since we know God doesn't change and all in scripture is inspired by God and is profitable for teaching rebuking correcting and and training in second Timothy now the reason I said this, is because of the wording of the question, the Holy Spirit can tell me to do something that is forbidden to me hope that didn't go through on Twitch. Because of the wording of the question and this is where the question is so terrible. There are people in our culture who has said things like God told me to murder my children and you're like death didn't go somewhere. Pastor Bill: [1:03:18] See that violates the spirit of the text you he won't tell you to violate the spirit of the text. Pastor Newms: [1:03:27] And that's what I mean when I say that not that. You know the Holy Spirit doesn't give Revelations doesn't give so like for example. I actually have this written later but in Romans and so will touch the, I'll put the thing out in a minute but in Romans you know everything is permissible but not everything is uplifting you know and that's not worded that way and we'll get to it in a minute because I've Canada written a couple of times but the, actually I should probably put it because we might not get there tonight so. You should know the scripture off the top of your head doo doo doo okay First Corinthians 10 23 so, because we're not going to get that we're not going to get down that far tonight the. Pastor Bill: [1:04:39] There we won't talk about sex tonight that'll be next week or the week after. Pastor Newms: [1:04:46] Oh crap what number are we on. Pastor Bill: [1:04:50] We are on number 11. Pastor Newms: [1:04:51] 11:00 okay so that's what I that's what I that's why I said the disagree, because the Holy Spirit won't need you to do something that is against the spirit of the law that doesn't mean he just won't convict you of something that he might convict someone else for that doesn't mean, if you you know there's a lot in there that is a gray area, but I wrote the disagree because of the spirit of the law who he is versus the letter of the law because the problem is this is one of those questions I know what you're asking me, I don't like how you asked it I know what you're asking but like you said if you're Peter you're. Pastor Bill: [1:05:41] I assumed they were asking about the letter of the law. Pastor Newms: [1:05:45] CI Pastor Bill: [1:05:46] Has so many Christians take it as this is they see this and they see this as a law book not a love letter this is a list of laws not as a you know. Pastor Newms: [1:05:58] And if you're looking at especially Old Testament Old Testament verses New Testament the Holy Spirit 100% did this 100% the holy spirit said now that's fine that's not that bad now that's. Pastor Bill: [1:06:11] Hey Samson pick up that Jawbone that's illegal for you to touch under religious law and go kill those men over there which is also a legal under religious law. No yeah the Holy Spirit definitely definitely doesn't care about the letter of the law. Pastor Newms: [1:06:31] But there definitely is a I understand why people are quick to go disagree and not think it through but I wrote the caveats of. Pastor Bill: [1:06:44] Without the caveat. Pastor Newms: [1:06:45] Really bad oh I. Pastor Bill: [1:06:46] Yeah without the caveat disagreeing to this statement is a very childish point of view on religion and the Holy Spirit. Pastor Newms: [1:06:58] And and makes the whole new testament almost invalid. Pastor Bill: [1:07:03] But with the caveat sigh can see how you would say disagree. Pastor Newms: [1:07:07] And that's again why these questions are so bad. Pastor Bill: [1:07:12] Hair number 12. Pastor Newms: [1:07:14] Twelve. Pastor Bill: [1:07:17] Everyone sins a. Pastor Newms: [1:07:18] Fun. Pastor Bill: [1:07:20] 12. Everyone sins a little but most people are good by Nature. twenty-seven percent strongly agree 30% 39% somewhat agree 16 work sure 14% myself included somewhat disagree and 14 percent strongly disagree, I actually have three scriptures here, we Jeremiah 17. Pastor Newms: [1:07:47] I've got a paragraph of caveats. Pastor Bill: [1:07:49] Nine through 10 then we're gonna go to Matthew 15 verses 17 through 20 then we're going to go to, if I can spell it Deuteronomy 13:9. Pastor Newms: [1:08:05] Deu that's how you spell it. Pastor Bill: [1:08:07] Yeah we don't have you D UE well I'm already in. Pastor Newms: [1:08:12] Why no deu because it's the abbreviation that's the only part I know how to spell. Pastor Bill: [1:08:16] 17 9 through 10 the heart is more deceitful than anything else and incurable, who can understand it I the Lord examine the mind I test the heart to give each according to his way according to what his actions deserve, right the heart is evil continuously Morrissey for our emergency food anything else Matthew chapter 15. Verses 17 through 20 this is Jesus talking, don't you realize that whatever goes into the mouth passes into the stomach as the is eliminated, but what comes out of the mouth comes from the heart and this defiles a person for from the heart come evil thoughts murders adulteries sexual immorality these thefts false testimonies slander, these are the things that defile a person but eating with unwashed hands does not defile a person, violating religious law does not make you a bad person, and people aren't good by Nature their heart is deceitful and evil but that doesn't make them bad people, because it's when you act on those bad deceitful Nature's that defiles you, verse 39. Um the Lord was angry with Moses and he said I could let him go into the Promised Land. Your children whom you said would be plunder your son's who don't yet know good from Evil will enter there, I will give them the land and they will take possession of it so because the children didn't know good from Evil yet because they weren't at what people call the age of accountability, they weren't held accountable right so yeah everyone sends a little but there is this, certain time when you're young that it isn't accounted to you as unrighteousness yet, because you know the difference between Good and Evil and the heart is evil, so everyone is not good by nature but you can choose to be good, so it's this it's one another one of those that it's not that clear-cut. Pastor Newms: [1:11:07] Okay so for mine I actually wrote agree and here's why so we as humans are not perfect but that is different than being bad natured we are born that way, nature in and of itself you know the word and the connotation versus the diction of nature, the synonym Perfection of Adam flows through our veins so we are not perfect now most people, most people listen to The Guiding voice that we all have that is the holy spirit talking to us and for those of us that are not Christians and have the in filling there are still that voice that is trying to pull us towards which, there are many people who are good-natured outside of Christianity, are striving to do good as you said because they choose to do so and some people consider that part of nature, yeah then there are people who are just downright dirty, and I actually realized I just now when I was typing furiously actually wrote the word there but um I think this question is very worldly poured it where did poor. Pastor Bill: [1:12:21] Weirdly ported nice. Pastor Newms: [1:12:25] Poorly worded for the thoughts are trying to get to because I do believe everyone has a sin, a sinful nature but I believe everyone is, good-natured but good-natured and sinful nature are completely different because of the word good not perfect if it said most people are perfect by Nature well no, but good and perfect are two completely different things and so that's where for me I get that hang up of no you're not perfect no one's perfect, are you good you might be good enough you're not perfect, and that's it that's the Crux because Romans 5:12 therefore just as Sin entered the world through one man and death through sin in this way death spread to all people because all sinned none of us are perfect, and we start off not. Pastor Bill: [1:13:23] Your body is imperfect. Pastor Newms: [1:13:25] Good and perfect are completely different words which is why I think so many of these statistics need to be thrown out the window because these questions are just bad, so bad number 13. Pastor Bill: [1:13:43] 13. Even the smallest sin deserves Eternal damnation. It is is really is 15 percent strongly agree 10% somewhat agree, six percent aren't sure 11% somewhat disagree and 58% of respondents completely miss the concept, other propitiation of sins by the death of Jesus on the cross completely missed it, and said no the smallest sin doesn't deserve Eternal damnation Romans 3:23, “For all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God” if you want to spend eternity with a perfect God then you must be perfect, sin is an imperfection, and invalidates you from eternity with a perfect God that's why we needed the sacrifice of Jesus, to take our place of imperfection to make us righteous and Justified and spiritually perfect. That's why the smallest sin deserves Turtle damnation, it's a it's a it's a heavy statement but if you want to boil it down to its like flipping on an on switch on or off switch either you are perfect or you're not either you pass or you fail. That's why we have the need for salvation because it's a pass or fail question it's not a oh you almost got there oh you you were sort of good enough it's not about good or bad it's pass or fail where you perfect or not. Pastor Newms: [1:15:52] Yeah and so what I wrote I'm assuming that pause was for me to go right sorry, so what I wrote is agree as we see, as we see in the same verse above so I reference Romans 5:12 again you know sin entered the world to all of us you know, we're all Sinners which separates us from God it's not a damnation for sinning but rather a separation from God, and sin so it's separating those two and because we are we can't not being and not being in a relationship with God, and so then I added the Revelations 20:15 because I. Pastor Bill: [1:16:44] Man you just jump straight into it didn't you. Pastor Newms: [1:16:48] I did I went straight to like. Pastor Bill: [1:16:50] You like you responded with the same. Pastor Newms: [1:16:52] I'm Nation. Pastor Bill: [1:16:53] Force that they ask the question you really you just met there there Gus too. Pastor Newms: [1:16:59] Yeah no, and everyone whose name is not written in the Book of Life was thrown into the Lake of Fire so it does not say, everyone who has sinned is thrown into the Lake of Fire it's not what it says, your damnation is not necessarily because of sin, the damnation is because of the lack of relationship, because you can't have a relationship and be in sin and we are in sin and so there's that it's a, it's a multi-step process it's not as cut and dry as six words sorry 12, seven words you know and and that's what what makes some of these questions so hard and heavy because it's like, but that's not the point the sin separates us Jesus came to fill that Gap so because of that, it's not the sit it's not the sin that dams us it's the separation that dams us and that bridge is, Jesus. Pastor Bill: [1:18:15] And if you're if you're looking at if you're looking at what we're saying what I'm saying and you're going wait a second a minute ago you said there's a certain age where you become accountable and your accountant you know you're held accountable to that sin nature, but you just said all is sinned and fallen short of the glory, did these The Book of Romans acts Revelation these aren't written for children audiences these are written to adults by an adult, to someone who's accountable to the words by someone who's accountable to the words this whole idea of, teaching people under 10 years old that they might go to hell if they said they never would have. Even that would never even cross their mind to teach that kind of thing, to someone under 13 when they were writing these scriptures that wouldn't even be a concept they would even talk about until after they became an adult like it would. Pastor Newms: [1:19:21] And because we're not going to get there, because we're not going to get there tonight and these kind of tied in for me and so I want to touch on it real quick, Revelation 20:11-15 and I saw a great white throne and when Seated on it and heaven was filled with his presence and there's no place was found for them and I also saw the Dead the great the small standing Before the Throne and the books were opened and another book was opened which is The Book of Life and the dead were judged according to their works that are written in the books and the Sea gave up the dead that were in it and death and Hades gave up the dead that were in them and each one was judged according to their works. Pastor Bill: [1:19:58] First judgment. Pastor Newms: [1:20:00] So There's a there's judgments it's not just cut dry either there's multiple judgments because there are certain parts here, where you know certain things are at this point thrown into the Lake of Fire. Pastor Bill: [1:20:18] Now wait let's pause here let's pause for one second why are their judgments why are all of your actions judged. Pastor Newms: [1:20:27] It's not black and white it's not black and white. Pastor Bill: [1:20:29] It's not black and white if you were raised, in a isolated tribe in Papua New Guinea and lived your whole life and you never met someone who ever heard of Jesus and you never heard of Jesus. What black and white you're not you go to hell that's not how that works that's why the Judgment exists. Pastor Newms: [1:20:50] Where's the accountability. Pastor Bill: [1:20:56] The Judgment exists so that can be argued out with God and God can do what God does, you know and this is where we get this idea of well they were elect they weren't chosen they followed they caught on to this idea of everything that Jesus was, even though it's physically impossible for them to have ever heard the law, Paul even says it if you've never heard the law you're not accountable to the law. But that wasn't but that wasn't the command the command was To Go Make Disciples not to go make converts. Pastor Newms: [1:21:43] Certain points I know I know I know but I'm just, I'm just saying there were some people who that was there well I don't want to because if I tell someone, then they they're they're tied to. Pastor Bill: [1:22:00] So what if you grew up being taught one thing and you embraced it and then later you found out that that technically was blaspheming the Holy Spirit, and that's unforgivable what well that's what the judgement is for, you go into the judgment and God sees what you were taught that you you've had no better understanding no one who taught you better than what you knew and so you know that's up to God, if you're held accountable to that anyway. Pastor Newms: [1:22:40] Now this leads in the number 14 quite fun Lee number 14. Pastor Bill: [1:22:46] God counts a person is righteous not because of one's works but only because of one's faith in Jesus Christ now technically, the numbers on 13 and the numbers on 14 should have been the exact same, but they weren't 34% of people strongly agree. Pastor Newms: [1:23:04] But they weren't no because the questions are worded bad. Pastor Bill: [1:23:09] 3% some way agreed 10% weren't sure 13% somewhat disagreed and twenty percent strongly disagreed, um I agree I agree with that statement God council person is righteous not because of your works like because of one's faith in Christ Jesus and I wrote down Romans 3:20 to just one scripture above the one I use for this last question, um the righteousness of God. Pastor Newms: [1:23:37] What what did you say cuz. Pastor Bill: [1:23:38] Romans 3:22 “The righteousness of God is through faith in Jesus Christ to all who believe since there is no distinction, no distinction between all those who believe whether Jew or Greek or Gentile slave or free is the distinction he's talking about.” Pastor Newms: [1:24:02] So I wrote agree because if you're if you're looking at righteousness this is I agree and I used Ephesians 2 8 and 9, for you are saved by grace through faith and this is not from yourselves it is God's Gift not of works so that no one can boast and I wrote agreed this one's pretty self-evident, I mean it there's a verse that literally just says, through faith not works like this one's written out pretty well like this one in this one's hard to argue in my mind if you are subscribing to Christianity, this one is kind of. Pastor Bill: [1:24:45] All right save me 15 and this will be the last one for the night, everyone is born innocent excuse me everyone is born innocent in the eyes of God, I agree with that if you've been listening the rest of the evening you know that I agree that were born in a similar state to Adam and Eve, and until you know the difference between right and wrong the difference between good and evil until you reach that age which is going to be different for everybody so you reach that age, you are considered innocent and it is accounted to you as righteousness until you know the difference between good and evil and it is at that point, that you are then accountable like say you're 23. Your Down syndrome to a point not all down syndrome there are certain Down syndrome people that they get to a certain age and they never continue progressing mentally they stay 10 or 11 or 12 mentally, it's not common it does happen them well in my mind, they I don't think they understand yet the difference between good and evil right and wrong and so technically they would still be under that Grace area of being an, there are other people that are much younger age they have some kind of trauma and they become all too familiar with good and evil right and wrong, well that's when they become accountable to knowing good and evil right and wrong, and then we talked about the idea of being in an isolated you know look there's that island off of the coast of India, that's never been visited by someone that wasn't born on the island as long as we've been recording history there's no way they have any concept of who the Hebrews were or who Moses was or Abraham was or who, Muhammad is or who Jesus is, that's not a concept that they have unless Jesus visited them in their dreams and get you know um. Pastor Newms: [1:26:59] And we won't know because no one's talked to him. Pastor Bill: [1:27:00] We won't know because always talk to them and Yuki you literally will get killed by the Indian government, by the Indian military if you try to approach the island like they're keeping it protected its this microcosm they're allowing those people to develop on their own scale, which I think is great what if you live there what is the accountability the spiritual accountability between you and God, that's between you and God and I can guarantee you that when God looks at those people he looks at those people and judges them, on a daily basis according to their own culture and their own sense of morality you know what I mean, um Pastor Newms: [1:27:49] I do but. Pastor Bill: [1:27:50] Put. Pastor Newms: [1:27:54] I wrote disagree and here's why because Romans 15:12, “Therefore just as Sin entered through the world through one man and death through sin in this way death spread to all people because all sinned” I believe that everyone has sinned. Pastor Bill: [1:28:11] You said 15:12 no. Pastor Newms: [1:28:13] This is where that question yeah 15:12 which I've already used above so. Pastor Bill: [1:28:19] Romans. Pastor Newms: [1:28:22] Everyone is born yeah. Pastor Bill: [1:28:24] Okay I was like 15:12 is and again Isaiah says the root of Jesse will appear. Pastor Newms: [1:28:31] No 5:12 my issue is again with the wording of this question, what they mean to ask is do you believe this innocent nature is what they're asking what they asked is innocence and, it's kind of like the opposite like the conversation between good and perfect it's similar in this state we are all sinners that does not mean we are all, Sinners because judged innocent and, born innocent are different so to me they could be viewed as innocent because they have followed the morality is of their culture they know right from wrong in their culture they they've done what they need to do so God will judge them accordingly, but they are born Sinners we all are, so I think there's a caveat there that again makes some of these questions not black and white. Which is funny because we've op answered opposite on some of them even though they just because of how we did in between us we interpreted. Pastor Bill: [1:29:52] And you're right in in the way they're asking the question because they have key findings, and they don't give a key finding on everyone but on number 15 I do they said the fact that almost two-thirds of evangelicals believe that humans are born in a state of Innocence reveals that the Biblical teaching of original sin is not embraced by most evangelicals started it. Pastor Newms: [1:30:16] But that's not what the question is asking to you. Pastor Bill: [1:30:19] That's not what the question says that's what the question says that all. Pastor Newms: [1:30:22] But to me it does. Pastor Bill: [1:30:23] They meant to ask but it's not what they ask. Pastor Newms: [1:30:25] To me I read because of our upbringing being different I was raised in a way that that makes sense you're not born innocent you're born a sinner You're Not Innocent but innocence is a. Pastor Bill: [1:30:36] Let's see that's not that's not the way the question came across to me from my perspective. Pastor Newms: [1:30:44] Exactly that's what's so and that's the problem so in closing since we're going to wrap up here at 15, to me that's the biggest issue with this survey is that they don't take into consideration what people mean, by their answers they're just taking their answers and anytime you ask someone you can ask me and Bill the same question a thousand times and there are times we have set at these desks, meet this desk him at that desk away from y'all in random meetings middle of a day hey I got a question what do you think about and then argue, four hours, on what does is mean what does the truly form they're like you know and, sometimes we end up agreeing at the end sometimes we end up not talking for a couple days because I'm mean. Pastor Bill: [1:31:39] Would be what is a soul and what is a. Pastor Newms: [1:31:42] Great we still don't agree on that. Pastor Bill: [1:31:45] We still don't agree on what is a soul and what is the spirit like we have completely opposite. Pastor Newms: [1:31:48] We agree. Pastor Bill: [1:31:51] Definitions we agree that everyone has both but we have complete opposite definitions of which is why. Pastor Newms: [1:31:57] Exactly and it's complete and so that's one of those things was when you deal with something like this and then someone publishes their findings and the problem with it is let's take the key findings, and compare it to what this says thirty percent of Christians don't believe in original sin we just saw someone who agreed, that everyone's born Innocent but believes in original sin you cannot make that correlation based on how these questions are worded because these questions suck, thingies balaam's. Pastor Bill: [1:32:34] Wow yeah it's bad data. Pastor Newms: [1:32:37] It's such. Pastor Bill: [1:32:38] Data it's so bad. Pastor Newms: [1:32:38] And and people are using it oh. Pastor Bill: [1:32:41] The questions are bad the the answer options are bad the fact that there's nowhere for you to explain so that outliers can be removed to stop from skewing the data doesn't exist. Pastor Newms: [1:32:54] The fact that we only have 3000 people answering it. Pastor Bill: [1:32:58] Right if you submitted this to any serious data analytics, person company anything this would get laughed out of the room it absolutely is horrible. Pastor Newms: [1:33:10] It's not a good cross-section. Pastor Bill: [1:33:11] This is what people are talking about, people are talking about this in Tick-Tock to talking about social media people who aren't Christian or grabbing a hold of this and going did you see what they believe now what they are talking about you and me what they believe now and I'm like that doesn't represent, what I believe that isn't were to represent what I believe most Christians believe. Pastor Newms: [1:33:33] And there are certain. Pastor Bill: [1:33:34] I think that represents that represents a skewed collection of data based off of what I'm a minority of rich, people who claim to be Christians believe. Pastor Newms: [1:33:48] Well and also. Pastor Bill: [1:33:49] But that doesn't represent us as a whole. Pastor Newms: [1:33:51] And also I thought it was funny there was a particular person who's a, clergyman I don't remember what they're called in their SEC their denomination of Christianity and they're like see everyone's coming to our side now, and you're like. Pastor Bill: [1:34:06] Unitarianism yeah. Pastor Newms: [1:34:07] Yeah and I'm like are they or do they not understand the questions because human beings don't understand what they're being asked because they're being asked it wrong but anyway, that's all I have. 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