If you appreciate this work, consider supporting it - https://www.patreon.com/seekgodtogether Today we will read Acts 2:4 which says, “Then they were all filled with the Holy Spirit and began to speak in different languages as the Spirit gave them ability for speech.” This is strange. But it's scripture. We must receive it. The Spirit comes and fills believers. They are now partners with and animated by God. They speak in languages they did not learn - a reversal of the curse at the Tower of Babel. Humans are coming back together in the Spirit. It's actually a fulfillment of an Old Testament prophecy from Joel 2:28-32. Strangely enough, these days are referred to as, “The Last Days”. Can it be that whatever the last days are, we have been in them for 2000 years? A time in which the Holy Spirit is bringing us back together in Christ? Yes I think so. And He does this at least initially through the phenomena of “speaking in tongues.” God does strange things and works in strange ways. But His end game seems clear - to bring humanity back together in Him. So should we seek strange phenomena? I won't say no. I do. But perhaps what we should really seek is the filling of the Spirit - whatever that entails. Whatever strange phenomena God wants to perform in us…let's be open. However God wants to use us to bring those He loves back together…let's be open. “Holy Spirit fill me. Animate me to unite those You love in Jesus. Strange phenomena or not, I am open to You. Surprise me, thrill me with Your methods.”
On this week's episode of Currently Reading, Meredith and Kaytee are discussing: Bookish Moments: summer reading guides and plane reading Current Reads: all the great, interesting, and/or terrible stuff we've been reading lately Deep Dive: we are chatting about the dreaded book hangover, the ways we deal with it, and what it means about our reading lives. The Fountain: we visit our perfect fountain to make wishes about our reading lives As per usual, time-stamped show notes are below with references to every book and resource we mentioned in this episode. If you'd like to listen first and not spoil the surprise, don't scroll down! We are now including transcripts of the episode (this link only works on the main site). The goal here is to increase accessibility for our fans! *Please note that all book titles linked below are Bookshop affiliate links. Your cost is the same, but a small portion of your purchase will come back to us to help offset the costs of the show. If you'd prefer to shop on Amazon, you can still do so here through our main storefront. Anything you buy there (even your laundry detergent, if you recently got obsessed with switching up your laundry game) kicks a small amount back to us. Thanks for your support!* . . . . 1:44 - Bookish Moment of the Week 2:01 - MomAdvice Summer Reading Guide 2:15 - Sarah's Bookshelves Summer Reading Guide Sarah's Patreon if you want access to Summer Shelves 2:22 - Modern Mrs. Darcy's FREE minimalist reading guide MMD Full Reading Guide 2:34 - Paperback Summer Reading Guide w/FictionMatters 2:40 - Kellyhook.readsbooks on Instagram 5:53 - Current Reads 6:13 - Nic Blake and the Remarkables by Angie Thomas (Kaytee) 6:36 - The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas 6:54 - Libro.fm 10:17 - Mouth to Mouth by Antoine Wilson (Meredith) 10:37 - Parnassus Books 14:21 - The Talented Mr. Ripley by Patricia Highsmith 16:15 - If Only You by Chloe Liese (Kaytee) 20:19 - Drowning by TJ Newman (Meredith) 21:53 - Falling by TJ Newman 22:47 - Project Hail Mary by Andy Weir 24:28 - The Marriage Act by John Marrs (Kaytee) 24:38 - The One by John Marrs 28:52 - Fourth Wing by Rebecca Yarros (Meredith) 31:33 - A Curse So Dark and Lonely by Brigid Kemmerer 33:59 - The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins 34:00 - A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J. Maas 35:18 - Furyborn by Claire Legrand 35:20 - City of Brass by S.A. Chakraborty 37:21 - The Dreaded Book Hangover (or is it dreaded??) 37:41 - Fourth Wing by Rebecca Yarros 38:10 - Babel by R.F. Kuang 38:31 - The Ten Thousand Doors of January by Alix E. Harrow 44:08 - A Gentleman in Moscow by Amor Towles 45:59 - The Wager by David Grann 47:37 - Meet Us At The Fountain 47:45 - If you liked my current reads, I wish you'd go back to each other and read their first books. (Kaytee) 48:04 - The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas 48:14 - Only When It's Us by Chloe Liese 48:25 - The One by John Marrs 49:07 - I wish everyone would try pink or brown noise to help focus their reading. (Meredith) Connect With Us: Meredith is @meredith.reads on Instagram Kaytee is @notesonbookmarks on Instagram Mary is @maryreadsandsips on Instagram Roxanna is @roxannatheplanner on Instagram currentlyreadingpodcast.com @currentlyreadingpodcast on Instagram firstname.lastname@example.org Support us at patreon.com/currentlyreadingpodcast and www.zazzle.com/store/currentlyreading
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Lingthusiasm - A podcast that's enthusiastic about linguistics
The magical kind of spell and the written kind of spell are historically linked. This reflects how saying a word can change the state of the world, both in terms of fictional magic spells that set things on fire or make them invisible, and in terms of the real-world linguistic concept of performative utterances, which let us agree to contracts, place bets, establish names, and otherwise alter the fabric of our relationships. In this episode, your hosts Gretchen McCulloch and Lauren Gawne get enthusiastic about word magic! We talk about how the word magic systems are set up differently in three recent fantasy books we like: Babel by R.F. Kuang, Carry On by Rainbow Rowell, and the Scholomance series by Naomi Novik. We also talk about linguistic performatives: why saying “I do” in a movie doesn't make you married, aka Felicity Conditions, aka an excellent drag name; performativity as applied to gender (yup, Judith Butler got it from linguistics); the “hereby” test; and how technology changes what counts as a performative. Transcript available soon. Announcements: People often ask us to recommend interesting books about linguistics that don't assume prior knowledge of linguistics, so we've come up with a list of 12 books that we personally recommend, including both nonfiction and fiction books with linguistically interesting elements! Get this list of our top 12 linguistics books by signing up for our free email list. Email subscribers get an email once a month when there's a new episode of Lingthusiasm, and this month existing subscribers will see a link to our linguistics books list! If you find this any time in the future, you'll get the books list in the confirmation email after you sign up. https://lingthusiasm.com In this month's bonus episode, we get excited about the results of the 2022 Lingthusiasm Survey. We talk about synesthesia fomo, whether people respond differently to kiki/bouba depending on whether they're aware of them as a meme, complicating the "where is a frown?" map, the plural of emoji, and more! Plus, we mentioned swearing in this episode? Yeah, we've got bonus episodes about that too. www.patreon.com/lingthusiasm Join us on Patreon now to get access to this and 70+ other bonus episodes, as well as access to the Lingthusiasm Discord server where you can chat with other language nerds! Our patrons let us keep making the main episodes free for everyone and we really appreciate every level of support. www.patreon.com/lingthusiasm For links to things mentioned in this episode: https://lingthusiasm.com/post/717705460623491072/episode-80-word-magic
Made It In Music: Interviews With Artists, Songwriters, And Music Industry Pros
Sam Tinnesz is a singer-songwriter and composer based in Nashville, Tennessee, USA. He is known for his alternative and pop-rock style of music, which often incorporates elements of electronic and cinematic music. Tinnesz has released several albums and singles, and his music has been featured in various films, TV shows, and commercials. Some of his most popular songs include "Play With Fire", "Legends Are Made", "Even If It Hurts", and "Babel". Tinnesz has also collaborated with other musicians, including Christian rapper Lecrae and singer-songwriter Ruelle. Check out Sam's website here: https://www.samtinnesz.com Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
From Babel to Pentecost: The Role of Communication in God's Plan - NaRon TillmanWelcome to One Ministries Podcast, hosted by NaRon Tillman, founder and pastor of One Ministries located in Queens, New York.In this episode, we dive into the powerful messages of Genesis 11 and Acts 2, exploring how God's sovereignty is manifested in the ways he deals with language and communication.We hope this episode inspires and challenges you to seek unity and purpose in your communication, always keeping Christ at the center. Thank you for joining us on One Ministries Podcast.
00:00 - Introduction 00:00 - Free-for-All (No Free-for-All) 6:15 - Main Topic (The Tower of Babel) In episode TWO HUNDRED AND TWENTY-NINE, Mike, Jason, Wade, and Mark Braun continue the guys' discussion of anthropology with the final episode in the series, now talking about the Tower of Babel. We hope you enjoy the episode! We are grateful to the 1517 podcasting network. If you haven't done so yet, make sure to go check out all of the great podcasts they have to offer, as well as the other wonderful content at 1517.org. If you're enjoying the show, please subscribe, rate, and review us on the following sites and apps: iTunes Stitcher Google Play TuneIn Radio iHeartRadio You can also like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter and Instagram. You can also follow our Telegram Channel, where we post our new episodes as well as other content that we think you might enjoy. And, of course, share us with a friend or two! If you'd like to contact us we can be reached at podcast@LetTheBirdFly.com, or visit our website at www.LetTheBirdFly.com. Thanks for listening! Attributions for Music and Image used in this Episode: “The Last One” by Jahzzar is licensed under an Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 International License. “Gib laut” by Dirk Becker is licensed under an Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives (aka Music Sharing) 3.0 International License. “Whistling Down the Road” by Silent Partner. “Not Drunk” by The Joy Drops is licensed under an Attribution 4.0 International License.
Hugonauts: The Best Sci Fi Books of All Time
For all six of the nominated books we'll give you a quick summary (with no spoilers), a review, and a rundown of what kind of reader is likely to love (and who might hate) each book.Featuring: The Mountain in the Sea by Ray Nayler Babel by R.F. Kuang Legends and Lattes by Travis Baldree Spear by Nicola Griffith Nettle & Bone by T. Kingfisher Nona the Ninth by Tamsyn MuirAnd join us for our next episode on A Scanner Darkly by Philip K. Dick!Join the Hugonauts book club on discord!Or you can watch the episode on YouTube if you prefer video (and see the short videos we've started posting every other week)
TJ and Kris discuss the meaning of trees in the Garden of Eden and in the wider context of Biblical interpretation, before tackling a giant question about the Tower of Babel.
Will AI change what it means to be human? Sean Illing talks with essayist Meghan O'Gieblyn, author of God, Human, Animal, Machine, a book about how the way we understand human nature has been interwoven with how we understand our own technology. They discuss the power of metaphor in describing fundamental aspects of being human, the "transhumanism" movement, and what we're after when we seek companionship in a chatbot. Host: Sean Illing (@seanilling), host, The Gray Area Guest: Meghan O'Gieblyn, essayist; author References: God, Human, Animal, Machine: Technology, Metaphor, and the Search for Meaning by Meghan O'Gieblyn (Anchor; 2021) The Age of Spiritual Machines by Ray Kurzweil (Penguin; 1999) The Sociology of Religion by Max Weber (1920) "Facing Up to the Problem of Consciousness" by David Chalmers (1995) The Origin of Consciousness in the Breakdown of the Bicameral Mind by Julian Jaynes (1976) "Routine Maintenance" by Meghan O'Gieblyn (Harper's; Jan. 2022) "Babel" by Meghan O'Gieblyn (n+1; Summer 2021) The Society of Mind by Marvin Minsky (Simon & Schuster; 1986) Job (Old Testament), 38:1 – 42:6 "The Google engineer who thinks the company's AI has come to life" by Nitasha Tiku (Washington Post; June 11, 2022) The Brothers Karamazov by Fyodor Dostoevsky (1880) "Will AI Achieve Consciousness? Wrong Question" by Daniel Dennett (WIRED; Feb. 19, 2019) Enjoyed this episode? Rate The Gray Area ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ and leave a review on Apple Podcasts. Subscribe for free. Be the first to hear the next episode of The Gray Area. Subscribe in your favorite podcast app. Support The Gray Area by making a financial contribution to Vox! bit.ly/givepodcasts This episode was made by: Producer: Erikk Geannikis Engineer: Patrick Boyd Editorial Director, Vox Talk: A.M. Hall Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Repasamos la actualidad informativa junto a Pablo Naudín y la redacción de Aragón Radio. Alberto Sánchez nos acerca el análisis económico. Olga Torres ofrece la última hora del deporte. En el tiempo de Maldita, Alejandro Castreoverde nos alerta de timos en los que ya se utiliza ChatGPT. Con Marcos Ruiz, en Ágora, conocemos el funcionamiento de redes microbianas marinas. También nos visita, en la Torre de Babel, con Ana Segura, el escritor José ManueL Soriano nos presenta su nuevo libro. En el tiempo de Comunidad Sonora nuestro colaborador Philip MacConnell se sumerge en canciones sobre el color azul.
Didion, Hawthorne, and the In-Between
Is there any deeper meaning to the Tower of Babel?
Tour Tickets: https://badfriendspod.com This episode is sponsored by Babel. Get up to 55% of your subscription at https://babbel.com/BADFRIENDS YouTube Subscribe: http://bit.ly/BadFriendsYouTube Merch: http://badfriendsmerch.com 0:00 The Pot, The Kettle & Fancy B 2:40 Bobby's New Haircut 12:31 Andrew Blows Up at Bobby in Dollywood 25:30 The Toilet Elvis Died At 36:04 Bobby's $10K Fine for Showing His Butt 39:50 A Fly On Our Chips 50:51 Bobby Lama 59:27 Bobby Get The Most Expensive Hotel Room in Raleigh 1:10:27 Debunking Carlos' Bad Smell Rumors More Bobby Lee TigerBelly: https://www.youtube.com/tigerbelly Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bobbyleelive Twitter: https://twitter.com/bobbyleelive Tickets: https://bobbyleelive.com More Andrew Santino Whiskey Ginger: https://www.youtube.com/andrewsantinowhiskeyginger Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cheetosantino Twitter: https://Twitter.com/cheetosantino Tickets: http://www.andrewsantino.com More Juicy Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jetskijohnson/?hl=en More Rudy Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/badfriendrudy More Fancy Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/fancyb.1 More Bad Friends iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/bad-friends/id1496265971 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/badfriendspod/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/badfriends_pod Official Website: http://badfriendspod.com/ Opening Credits and Branding: https://www.instagram.com/joseph_faria & https://www.instagram.com/jenna_sunday Credit Sequence Music: http://bit.ly/RocomMusic // https://www.instagram.com/rocom Character Design: https://www.instagram.com/jeffreymyles Bad Friends Mosaic Sign: https://www.instagram.com/tedmunzmosaicart Produced by: 7EQUIS https://www.7equis.net/ Podcast Producers: Andrés Rosende & Pete Forthun This video contains paid promotion. #bobbylee #andrewsantino #badfriends Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Tower of Babel was a monument to humanism that stood in the way of God's plans for humanity. How do we recognize and choose to live in God's Kingdom instead of modern-day Babel?
Jim Berrier and Steve Hesselbach join Bob to discuss the rapid change in technology void of human wisdom to go with the knowledge. Is this similar to what concerned God with the Tower of Babel? Click on your podcasting platform below to subscribe to The Bob Siegel Show: Apple | Google | Spotify | TuneIn | Blubrry | Deezer | Android | RSS […]
We look back on one of the most important JLA stories, Tower of Babel!https://www.editorsnotecomics.comhttps://www.patreon.com/editorsnotecomicsPop Culture News 3:55Weird Comics Facts 21:42Sports Report 25:28JLA Tower of Babel 33:52What DC Character Should Get A Spider-Verse Style Movie? 48:49
Any creative work is built on a lot of conventions - things that we take as granted, the unspoken rules that must be followed. We get a lot of really great games by following design conventions, but some times, in order to innovate we have to break them. Before we try to find the balance between convention and innovation, we talk about Darwin's Journey, Aleph Null, and Rome in a Day. Timecodes: 02:00 - Darwin's Journey 13:44 - Aleph Null 21:07 - Rome in a Day 30:09 - Innovation vs. Convention 33:14 - Root 36:02 - Teotihuacan: City of Gods 36:02 - Tekhenu: Obelisk of the Sun 36:17 - Tiletum 38:17 - Tower of Babel 42:04 - Oath: Chronicles of Empire and Exile 42:31 - Horseless Carriage 42:49 - Atiwa 44:04 - Inis 45:14 - The Castles of Burgundy Send us topic ideas at: https://boardgamebarrage.com/topics Check out our wiki at: https://boardgamebarrage.com/wiki Join the discussion at: https://boardgamebarrage.com/discord Join our Facebook group at: https://boardgamebarrage.com/facebook Get a Board Game Barrage T-shirt at: https://boardgamebarrage.com/store
Episode 2002 - Tucker Carlson calls out Building 7 on 911. Is Epstein really dead? Les Wexner and Epstein. Angel Wars part 3. This is a war for the soul of man. Where did the mRNA shot come from? The flood and Noah. The Tower of Babel. Why human sacrifice? The age of paganism is still here. Why Jesus is the only answer. Plus much much more. High energy must listen out there show!
This week on Babel, Jon Alterman speaks with Prof. Killian Clarke of Georgetown's Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service about his forthcoming book tentatively entitled The Return of Tyranny: How Counterrevolutions Emerge and Succeed. They talk about the counterrevolution in Egypt, the complex relationship between the military, the Muslim Brotherhood, and the public, and lessons learned from counterrevolutions around the world. Later, Jon continues the conversation with Natasha Hall and Lubna Yousef, debating similarities between Egypt and Tunisia, and how the region views U.S. influence post 2011. Killian Clarke, “Revolutionary Violence and Counterrevolution,” American Political Science Review, December 19, 2022. Killian Clarke, "This Is How to Stop the Coup in Sudan," The New York Times. 29 October 2021. Jon Alterman, "Egypt's Economic Challenge," The Jerusalem Strategic Tribune, April 2023. Transcript, "Egypt's Counterrevolution and the Return to Tyranny," CSIS, May 2, 2023.
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On this week's episode of Currently Reading, Meredith and Kaytee are discussing: Bookish Moments: new bookshelves and Bookstores for Bob Current Reads: all the great, interesting, and/or terrible stuff we've been reading lately Deep Dive: we are bossing our bookish friends into reading the next three books on their TBRs The Fountain: we visit our perfect fountain to make wishes about our reading lives As per usual, time-stamped show notes are below with references to every book and resource we mentioned in this episode. If you'd like to listen first and not spoil the surprise, don't scroll down! We are now including transcripts of the episode (this link only works on the main site). The goal here is to increase accessibility for our fans! *Please note that all book titles linked below are Bookshop affiliate links. Your cost is the same, but a small portion of your purchase will come back to us to help offset the costs of the show. If you'd prefer to shop on Amazon, you can still do so here through our main storefront. Anything you buy there (even your laundry detergent, if you recently got obsessed with switching up your laundry game) kicks a small amount back to us. Thanks for your support!* . . . . 1:37 - Ad for Ourselves 2:03 - Currently Reading Patreon - just $5 a month! You get the Indie Press List, All Things Murderful, and Trope Thursday along with great community, and you keep the big show ad-free! 5:09 - Bookish Moment of the Week 5:25 - Ikea Billy Bookshelves 5:30 - @bookishbetsie on Instagram 8:22 - Bookstores for Bob Graphic 9:05 - Tag @maryreadsandsips in your shares! 10:35 - Current Reads 10:55 - Everyone in my Family Has Killed Someone by Benjamin Stevenson (Meredith) 12:24 - Richard Osman's books start with The Thursday Murder Club 16:06 - Ana Maria and the Fox by Liana de la Rosa (Kaytee) 18:02 - Caribbean Heiress in Paris by Adriana Herrera 20:33 - I Have Some Questions for You By Rebecca Makkai (Meredith) 21:47 - The Great Believers by Rebecca Makkai 25:05 - Sarah's Bookshelves Interview with Rebecca 30:06 - Inciting Joy by Ross Gay (Kaytee) 32:02 - David Sedaris 33:36 - The Overnight Guest by Heather Gudenkauf (Meredith) 35:06 - We figured it out! This was recommended by Aubree @mnreadingmama 37:38 - Four Treasures of the Sky by Jenny Tinghui Zhang (Kaytee) 37:44 - Cafe Con Libros 40:59 - Boss My TBR 41:06 - Ashley Currin 41:14 - Babel by RF Kuang 41:17 - Crying in H Mart by Michelle Zauner 41:20 - Killers of a Certain Age by Deanna Reybourn 41:23 - Scythe by Neal Schusterman 41:25 - A Darker Shade of Magic by V.E. Schwab 42:28 - The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins 42:33 - Project Hail Mary by Andy Weir 45:11 - Caroline Francois 45:17 - Upgrade by Blake Crouch 45:19 - Signal Fires by Dani Shapiro 45:21 - Iona Iverson's Rules for Commuting by Clare Pooley 45:25 - Transcendent Kingdom by Yaa Gyasi 45:27 - We Ride Upon Sticks by Quan Berry 50:53 - Meet Us At The Fountain 51:12 - I wish for everyone to try the Generations Podcast((Meredith) 51:15 - @lonestarwords on Instagram 52:24 - @fictionmatters 53:48 - I wish for people to rabbit hole via books (Kaytee) 54:10 - The Hidden Life of Trees by Peter Wohlleben 54:13 - The Devil's Teeth by Susan Casey 54:26 - Babel by RF Kuang 54:37 - The Soul of an Octopus by Sy Montgomery 54:52 - Zero Fail by Carol Leonnig Connect With Us: Meredith is @meredith.reads on Instagram Kaytee is @notesonbookmarks on Instagram Mary is @maryreadsandsips on Instagram Roxanna is @roxannatheplanner on Instagram currentlyreadingpodcast.com @currentlyreadingpodcast on Instagram email@example.com Support us at patreon.com/currentlyreadingpodcast and www.zazzle.com/store/currentlyreading
Cet épisode de Sous Écoute est une présentation de Manscaped ( http://manscaped.com/WARD20 ). Pour vous procurer des billets de la tournée Sous Écoute ou pour vous procurer des billets du gala Babel ( http://mikeward.ca )Pour cet épisode de Sous Écoute, Mike reçoit Pierre-François Legendre qui raconte avoir été pris pour écouter Éric Lapointe et Sébastien Dubé qui raconte l'histoire du Père-Noël de Drummondville.--------Patreon - http://Patreon.com/sousecouteTwitter - http://twitter.com/sousecouteFacebook - https://www.facebook.com/sousecoute/instagram - https://www.instagram.com/sousecouteTwitch - https://www.twitch.tv/sousecouteDiscord - https://discord.gg/6yE63Uk
Have you ever tried really hard, built something complicated, it took a long time and a lot of effort only to have it all crashing down? And, did you suspect that God had something to do with it coming crashing down? I have had that happen. I also confess that I initially got mad at God. I accused God of ruining my life - all that hard work, time, expectation - God, what were you thinking? Then, it became clear. God broke my tower for my good. God was not threatened by my tower. God was not jealous of my tower. God saw how pitiful it was and he loves me so much he did not stand by and let it keep going. God often breaks our towers to build our lives, lives based on the real temple, Jesus. The story of Babel is a story of God's gracious wrecking ball and confusion-creating grace.
In Acts 2, we see Jesus' followers at Pentecost obeying His last instruction to them: gather together and wait for the Holy Spirit to come to them. When He came, His power and presence was revealed through the disciples speaking in tongues so that every people group who heard them could understand their speech. This is in direct juxtaposition to the story of the Tower of Babel—when men gathered together in unity to rebel against God and were then separated, speaking in foreign tongues and no longer able to understand each other. What type of people do we want to be—a Pentecost people, or a Tower of Babel people? Lord, make us a Pentecost people!
Psychoanalysis On and Off the Couch
"I've long had concerns about the practice of psychoanalysis and that the theory underlying it has become a veritable Tower of Babel. We have these multiple views where everything is accepted as ‘psychoanalysis,' but they really can't be because they're very different models and they call for very different things. I also feel that our field in general is drifting into sociology so that our national and international meetings feel like there is very little room for clinical discussions, and there are just so many clinical discussions that we need to have." Episode Description: Fred's edited book Psychoanalysis at the Crossroads represents a 'state of the union' for our field. He has brought together contributions representing multiple points of view on a wide range of analytic topics, including those that are considered contentious. After he shares his purpose in compiling this work, we each read a paragraph which serves as a jumping-off point for a wide-ranging discussion. We cover definitions of analysis, the history of narcissistic defenses, the depth of analysis in contrast to more superficial approaches, the role of theory, listening to the impact of one's interventions, curriculum design and the intergenerational struggles around it, and the place of defense analysis. We conclude with Fred sharing with us his concerns for our future and his eagerness to continue to contribute to a depth understanding that can often offer profound relief of suffering to our patients. Our Guest: Fred Busch, Ph.D., is a Training and Supervising Analyst at the Boston Psychoanalytic Society and Institute and has been invited to teach at many Institutes. He has published over 80 articles on psychoanalytic techniques and six books. His work has been translated into many languages, and he has been invited to present over 180 papers and clinical workshops nationally and internationally. His last five books are: Creating a Psychoanalytic Mind (2014); The Analyst's Reveries: Explorations in Bion's Enigmatic Concept (2019); Dear Candidate: Analyst from Around the World Offer Personal Reflections on Psychoanalytic Training, Education, and the Profession (2020); A Fresh Look at Psychoanalytic Technique (2021), Psychoanalysis at the Crossroads;: An International Perspective. The Ego and Id: 100 years Later, will appear later this year. Linked Episode: Wisdom and Enthusiasm for Today's Candidates Recommended Readings: Bolognini, S. (1997) Empathy And ‘Empathism.' International Journal of Psychoanalysis 78:279-293 Busch, F. (2013). Creating a Psychoanalytic Mind: Psychoanalytic Method and Theory. London: Routledge. Busch, F. (2019). The Analyst's Reveries: Explorations in Bion's Enigmatic Concept. London: Routledge. Da Rocha Barros, E. M. (1995) The Problem Of Originality And Imitation In Psychoanalytic Thought: International Journal of Psychoanalysis 76:835-843. Diana Diamond, Frank E. Yeomans, Barry L. Stern, and Otto F. Kernberg. (2022). Treating Pathological Narcissism with Transference-Focused Psychotherapy. New York: Guilford Press. Gray, P. (1982) "Developmental Lag" in the Evolution of Technique for Psychoanalysis of Neurotic Conflict. Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association 30:621-655. Joseph, B. (1985) Transference: The Total Situation. International Journal of Psychoanalysis 66:447-454 Kris, A. (1982). Free Association. New Haven, CT: Yale Univ. Press. Paniagua, C. (2001) The Attraction of Topographical Technique. International Journal of Psychoanalysis 82:671-684
Here are our picks for May: SPECIAL EPISODE - Reviewing Daisy Jones and The Six TV Series with special guest: Ella's mom! Listen to our full book review of the book here. Bel Canto by Ann Patchett - a classic novel that shows what happens when a hostage situation doesn't go to plan. Babel by R.F. Kuang - an epic fantasy novel that explores a world where translation is the ultimate power and can be used to create magic. Horse by Geraldine Brooks - a horse connects people from all over the country through art, relationships, and a story that spans across generations. Tomorrow, and Tomorrow, and Tomorrow by Gabrielle Zevin - two childhood friends reconnect in adulthood to create a massively successful video game, but now must navigate new challenges that come along with that fame. P.S. If you want to join the Red Wine Reads book club, DM us on Instagram and TikTok @rwreadspodcast Which book are you most excited for? *** Once you're done listening, hop onto our Instagram and TikTok @rwreadspodcast to give us your thoughts on the discussion and the book. We look forward to hearing from you!
“III. Historical and Geographical errors in the Bible A. River Gihon could not possibly flow from Mesopotamia and encompass Ethiopia (Gen 2:13) B. The name Babel does not come from the Hebrew word 'balbal' or 'confuse' but from the babylonian 'babili' or 'gate of God' which is a translation of the original Sumerian name Ka-dimirra. (Gen 11:9) C. Ur was not a Chaldean city until 1000 years after Abraham (Gen 11:28, 15:7) D. Abraham pursued enemies to 'Dan' (Gen 14:14). That name was not used geographically until after the conquest (Judge 18:29) E. Gen 36:31, telling of Jacob and Esau, lists kings of Edom "before there reigned any king over the children of Israel." This must have been written hundreds of years later, after Israel had kings. F. Joseph tells Pharaoh he comes from the "land of the Hebrews" (Gen 40:15). There was no such land until after the conquest under Joshua. G. The Egyptian princess names the baby she finds "Moses" because she "drew him out" of the water (Heb meshethi). Why would she make a pun in Hebrew (Ex 2:10)? H. No Egyptian record exists mentioning Moses or his devastation of Egypt. I. Moses refers to "Palestine" (Ex 15:14). No such name was in use then. J. Law of Moses is the "statutes of God and his laws" (Ex 18:26), but it closely mirrors the Code of Hammurabi, which was penned 1800 BC, hundreds of years before Moses. K. Priests are mentioned at Ex 19:22-24, but they are not provided for until Ex 28:1. L. Moses mentions Rabbath, where Og's bedstead is located (Deut3:11). Moses could not have any knowledge of Rabbath,which was not captured by the Hebrews until David's time,500 years later (2 Sam 12:26). M. Jericho and Ai (Josh 8) were both ancient ruins at the time of the conquest of Canaan, according to archaeologists. Jericho's walls were destroyed centuries before Joshua. N. Kings are referred to at Deut 17:17-19, before Israel had kings.” Link: https://www.news24.com/news24/the-problem-of-the-bible-inaccuracies-contradictions-fallacies-scientific-issues-and-more-20120517. I see that The Bible is strangely silent on aliens, UFO's, dinosaurs, the lack of evidence regarding reproductive procreation and sexual recreation between angels and humans, some words being translated in scriptures while other words are left to be untranslated. In my own words: "Scriptures have been subtracted from consistently to make humans the ventriloquist dummies of the fascists! The Bible has plenty of fiction and fabricated legends in it. The Bible is not totally divinely breathed, not totally divinely inspired, not totally accurate; and not totally reliable. I dislike mega churches, I dislike televangelism, I don't do virtual church, I don't do in-person church, I choose not to attend any houses of worship, I refrain from religious events, and I am unashamed of being unchurched, de-churched, and non-churched.” In the words of the Rev. Karla: "We never have never had a complete manuscript of The Bible. We had incomplete writings. Then over time, more writings were added. What does this mean? Text was added that was attributed to Jesus-and most likely Jesus didn't say that. Text was added that embellished what Jesus did-and most likely Jesus didn't do all that is attributed to him. This can be rattling for those of you who believed in the inerrancy and infallibility of the Bible. It doesn't mean that The Bible can't be inspiring-it can. But, when we embrace that throughout history, scriptures have been manipulated, added to, edited, and then-re-edited to protect those in power, we can understand why it's important to not take the Bible literally. People who weaponize scripture to justify their bigotry are clearly ignoring these data that scholars have known for years. We must release the Bible from this notion that it has the power and ability to guide our lives based on its infallibility. It's toxic, it's dangerous, and it's un-Christlike. Not everything labeled Christian originated with Jesus Christ." --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/antonio-myers4/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/antonio-myers4/support
April 28th, 2023 Mizmowr / Song / Psalm 22:9-16 and Zakaryah / Remember Yah / Zechariah 12:10 (Link to Coming Home V3 Ch4 when available). Join Yahowah's family as we explore the Towrah of God. We will expose religious corruption while most importantly espousing Yah's Towrah truth. Hosted by the author of the Yada Yahowah series, An Introduction to God, Observations, Coming Home, Babel, Questioning Paul, Prophet of Doom, and Tea with Terrorists.
In this episode of The Remnant Underground, Michael Matt looks at the Great Reset in real time. It is no longer theoretical when the mayor of New York City partners with the mayor of London to implement one of the WEF's key initiatives – ban beef to gain control of food to gain control of you. Mayor Adams is even partnering with AMEX to track what foods New Yorkers purchase, just to make sure they're not harming the planet. Mr. Orwell, call your office. Plus, as crime spikes nationwide it becomes increasingly obvious just how useless Pope Francis's so-called Church of Accompaniment actually is. Take Francis Fanboy Cupich, for example: As Chicago collapses into violence and chaos, His Eminence's solution is threefold: Cancel the Latin Mass. Encourage gun buyback programs. Sanction Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament. Now that's guts cardinalling! By the way, now that the wheels are coming off The Science, when do the American bishops apologize for ordering us to become guinea pigs for Pfizer? On the good news front -- Chartres Pilgrimage organizers anticipate a spectacular turnout in May, a pop singer's tribute to fatherhood inadvertently exposes the culture vultures' biggest lie, and Michael lays out his plan for undermining and eventually toppling the WEF Tower of Babel. How to SUPPORT RTV Subscribe to The Remnant Newspaper, print and/or digital versions available: https://remnantnewspaper.com/web/index.php/subscribe-today Order Michael Matt's Great-grandfather's new book: https://shop.remnantnewspaper.com/index.php/remnant-shop/remnant-shop/league-of-the-sacred-heart/letters-to-a-protestant-friend-detail Get Remnant MERCH: https://shop.remnantnewspaper.com Sign up for Michael Matt's Weekly E-Letter: https://remnantnewspaper.com/web/index.php/subscribe-today/free-remnant-updates Follow Michael Matt on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Michael_J_Matt Subscribe to The Remnant Newspaper, print and/or digital versions available: https://remnantnewspaper.com/web/index.php/subscribe-today Listen to Michael Matt's podcasts:SPOTIFY: https://open.spotify.com/show/1AdkCDFfR736CqcGw2Uvd0APPLE: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-michael-j-matt-show/id1563298989
Ever wondered what a translator's life is like? R.F. Kuang's Babel lends readers an accurate impression of higher education, British colonialism, and the magical powers of silversmithing. Join Brock, Summer, and Dan as we discuss this wonderfully dense and evocative book.
For those who are asking the question - What is AI, and should I be concerned----Here is a simple introduction to General AI and Narrow AI.--For those who have the right worldview -a biblical worldview-, here is the best interpretation of this man-invented system promising for the world another Tower of Babel.--How does the Christian interact with it-- Does the Christian family unplug from the matrix----This program includes---1. The World View in 5 Minutes with Adam McManus -Fox News abruptly fired Tucker Carlson, FBI yet to release transgender's manifesto in Christian school rampage, Donald Trump honored Pastor Charles Stanley---2. Generations with Kevin Swanson
This podcast episode is part three of my mini-series mental matters , roots and branches: my wife and I are discussing Nebuchadnezzar the king
Episode 179 Notes and Links to Sarah Cypher's Work On Episode 179 of The Chills at Will Podcast, Pete welcomes Sarah Cypher, and the two discuss, among other things, Sarah's early reading and writing and the artistic gene she inherited, finding herself (or not) in her adolescent and college reading, the research needed for her book, Palestine as a muse, and motifs and themes of identity, the pull of home, exile, familial strife from her wonderful debut novel. Sarah Cypher is a freelance book editor and author of The Skin and Its Girl. She has an MFA from the Program for Writers at Warren Wilson College, where she was a Rona Jaffe Graduate Creative Writing Fellow in fiction. Her writing has appeared in the Washington Post, New Ohio Review, Majuscule, North American Review, LEON Literary Review, Crab Orchard Review, and others. She grew up in a Lebanese Christian family near Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and lives in Washington, D.C., with her wife. Buy The Skin and its Girl Sarah Cypher's Website Sarah's Substack Kirkus Reviews for The Skin and its Girl At about 2:20, Sarah talks about her mindset as the book comes out this week and her love for those helping with the cover (check out her Substack article about the cover process), editing, and promotion At about 4:20, Sarah points to an artistic strain in her family and connects her writing and the book's art At about 5:20, Sarah gives background on her love of reading and writing and relationship with language growing up At about 7:30, Sarah speaks about queerness as often treated as “unspeakable” when she was growing up and how she “found herself” At about 9:30, Sarah discusses “resistance” in this time of banning books and censorship and homophobia At about 11:30, Pete and Sarah get very grammary as Pete points out some subtleties that make Sarah's book so good At about 13:15, Sarah reflects on “exploring voices outside of [her] own” At about 15:00, Sarah shouts out Patricia Engel, Rachel Cusk, and Katie Kitamura, among others, as some of her favorite and inspiring contemporary writers At about 17:40, Sarah responds to Pete's question about muse(s) for her project and research and seeds for the book by giving background on the book's history and her own life experiences as a second-generation Arab-American (“before 9/11 and after 9/11”) At about 22:00, Sarah details her connection to the famous soap from Nablus in Palestine At about 24:15, Pete quotes the book's epigraph and asks Sarah about its significance to “return” and home At about 26:10, Sarah speaks to the book as “epistolary/” “direct address” and muses on how queer literature often uses direct address structures At about 28:25, Sarah reflects on the connections between the Tower of Babel story and Nuha Rummani's take on the story's morals and buildings/towers as motifs At about 31:10, Pete details the book's opening sequences and discusses Betty's dramatic birth At about 32:50, Pete and Sarah discuss Tashi and her traumas and her background At about 36:15, Sarah talks about how Tashi and her life are burdens/gifts from the family's history and lineage At about 37:40, The two discuss coincidences and meanings with Betty being born the day that the family soap factory was destroyed; Sarah connects to The Battle of Nablus in 2022 At about 41:20, Sarah speaks to ideas of “aftermath” in her work At about 42:10, Pete outlines Nuha's stories and their morals and her rationale; some of these stories include the parallel storylines between Alissabat and Betty At about 44:10, Sarah is asked about Nuha's character with regards to ideas of openness and living her truths At about 47:30, Pete relates the saga of Betty's schooling At about 49:10, The two discuss ideas of difference in its many iterations and assimilation At about 50:00, Sarah talks about those who “bullied” their way into the story in response to Pete's compliments about strong women At about 53:00, Pete and Sarah reflect on ideas of “long memories” and history's long reach At about 57:10, The two meditate on the “pull of home” and shifting concepts of “home” You can now subscribe to the podcast on Apple Podcasts, and leave me a five-star review. You can also ask for the podcast by name using Alexa, and find the pod on Stitcher, Spotify, and on Amazon Music. Follow me on IG, where I'm @chillsatwillpodcast, or on Twitter, where I'm @chillsatwillpo1. You can watch other episodes on YouTube-watch and subscribe to The Chills at Will Podcast Channel. Please subscribe to both my YouTube Channel and my podcast while you're checking out this episode. Sign up now for The Chills at Will Podcast Patreon: it can be found at patreon.com/chillsatwillpodcastpeterriehl Check out the page that describes the benefits of a Patreon membership, including cool swag and bonus episodes. Thanks in advance for supporting my one-man show, my DIY podcast and my extensive reading, research, editing, and promoting to keep this independent podcast pumping out high-quality content! NEW MERCH! You can browse and buy here: https://www.etsy.com/shop/ChillsatWillPodcast This is a passion project of mine, a DIY operation, and I'd love for your help in promoting what I'm convinced is a unique and spirited look at an often-ignored art form. The intro song for The Chills at Will Podcast is “Wind Down” (Instrumental Version), and the other song played on this episode was “Hoops” (Instrumental)” by Matt Weidauer, and both songs are used through ArchesAudio.com. Please tune in for Episode 180 with Jennifer Dawn Carlson. She is author of Merchants of the Right: Gun Sellers and the Crisis of American Democracy, and Associate Professor of Sociology and Government & Public Policy at the University of Arizona, and a 2022 MacArthur Fellow. The episode will air on May 2, the Pub Day for her book!
Recently, social psychologist Jonathan Haidt launched a Substack newsletter called After Babel to explore the cultural effects of social media which, he says, reminds him of the biblical account of the tower of Babel.
A new MP3 sermon from Answers in Genesis Ministries is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: What Happened at Babel? Subtitle: Answers with Ken Ham Speaker: Ken Ham Broadcaster: Answers in Genesis Ministries Event: Radio Broadcast Date: 4/24/2023 Length: 1 min.
Many Christians don't really think much of the Tower of Babel, but it's an important event in human history!
What do Nimrod, the tower of Babel, and Jaws have to do with Nebuchadnezzar? What was the image that he erected and why was it wrong to do it? Listen as Pastor Jensen answers all these questions and more. The video of this episode can be found here: https://youtu.be/XzlqZejXg0I Web: www.ReformedRookie.com Podcast: https://anchor.fm/reformedrookie Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheReformedRookie Semper Reformanda!
Genesis 11:1-4, 12:1-5 These two chapters highlight the difference between a life motivated by fear and a life motivated by faith. Micah walks us through another iteration of the people of God following the voice of God towards partnered life together.
What's in a genealogy? A lot more than just names and families. I have never been more excited to teach from a genealogy than this text! Genesis 10 sets the state for Revelation 5, the throne room of heaven where God's people from all nations worship the Lord Jesus. This text is often overshadowed by the Tower of Babel story of a rebellious people that needs to be judged, dispersed, and replaced. There is a layer of the story that is judgment, but the other layer is that God is going to start a new nation, Israel, not to ultimately replace the 70 nations, but to be one of them, set apart to show them the way - and the way is ultimately Jesus.
April 21st, 2023 Yasha'yah / Salvation is from Yahowah / Isaiah 41:14 and Mizmowr / Song / Psalm 22:7-9 (Link to Coming Home V3 Ch4 when available). (18:58) Join Yahowah's family as we explore the Towrah of God. We will expose religious corruption while most importantly espousing Yah's Towrah truth. Hosted by the author of the Yada Yahowah series, An Introduction to God, Observations, Coming Home, Babel, Questioning Paul, Prophet of Doom, and Tea with Terrorists.
7 Wonders is one of my favorite lunchtime games of all time. I have played it probably close to one-hundred times. I did a very long, 18-minute, podcast episode on it a long time ago. It was actually the third episode of the show. At the time, I covered all the expansions that I had, which was all of them except Babel. I still have not purchased Babel. No interest. But, the completionist in me is calling to procure it. I am not going to lie. After writing that sentence, I went and looked into buying Babel. It looks to be about $30, as it is not in production right now.Anyway, this episode is to talk about the two newest expansions, Armada from 2018 and Edifice from 2023. I purchased Armada right around the time of the start of the pandemic. I was excited to have the time to learn it and then play it when we all went back to the office. 7 Wonders was one of our favorite games to play at lunch. Well, as you can guess, we never went back to the office. I changed jobs, as many of my former coworkers have done. Armada just sat on my shelf of expansion shame.Earlier this year, Repos Games released Edifice. I immediately delved into finding out if it was compatible with my version of 7 Wonders. They released a second edition back in 2020 with new artwork. This changed the card backs, so you cannot combine the editions. When I found out that it was compatible, because there are no new cards (a rarity in 7 Wonders expansions). Then, for Lent, I gave up buying new games and expansions. Of course, Edifice was released at the start of Lent this year. So, I had to look at it on the shelf of the game shop everytime I went. I tried to limit how often I went to limit my temptation. Now, with the Easter holiday behind us, I went to Fortuna Games on Easter Monday, and made my first new purchase.Luckily, I was also able to wrangle my gaming buddies into playing both expansions, in the same night. Was the wait for Armada (nearly 3 years) worth it? Was Edifice worth being the first new game since Easter? Answers are given, just keep listening.
Heart of a Man is a men's community based our Carmel, IN. We exist to deeply connect men with a brotherhood equally committed to learning, growing, walking through life together and deepening in faith. Our mission is to build men into character-driven, committed disciples of Jesus, equipped to forge healthy, life-giving relationships at home, at work, and in their communities. Today's lesson is from our Director of Operations, Kyle Moore, talking us through Genesis 10 and 11. In these chapters, he looks at the significance of the Table of Nations, and then walks us through the tower of Babel, pointing to examples to showcase how deeply the Lord is truly in control of this world. Please visit us at www.heartofaman.org to learn more, to contact us, to purchase merchandise, donate to our ministry (we are a 501c3 and all donations are tax-deductible) or to join us in-person for one of our many Bible studies and classes!
Episode Synopsis Are the issues we fight today being combatted by the brightest minds of humanity, or are the celestial beings of that old world, still influencing men to bring about a cosmic catastrophe? We talk about this and much more, including: Where did the idea of a “New Age” even come from? What are some of the core beliefs and practices of a New Age practitioner? What are the 7 goals of the New Age agenda? Does the New Age agenda have anything to do with the Biblical flood? Why do all of the New Age agendas seem to be aimed at undoing the judgment of Babel? If this ideology has permeated globalist organizations like the United Nations, then is it safe to say that the world is ACTIVELY preparing for the coming of Satan and his “Christ”? Original Air Date April 19th, 2023 Show Hosts Jason Spears & Christopher Dean Our Patreon Consider joining our Patreon Squad and becoming a Tier Operator to help support the show and get access to exclusive content like: Links and Resources Studio Notes A monthly Zoom call with Jason and Christopher And More… Connect With Us LetsTalk@ORPpodcast.com Facebook Instagram Click Here to Listen to our Episodes Via the Web
Babel is a historical fiction novel by R.F. Kuang (author of The Poppy War Trilogy) that follows Robin Swift, a Chinese boy taken to England and raised to become a linguistic scholar. Carleigh and Hannah do their best to discuss the hard and important topics of this book.Spoilers begin in minute 23.
This week on Babel, Jon Alterman speaks with Ayham Kamel of the Eurasia Group. They talk about the current diplomatic landscape in the Gulf, how Gulf leaders perceive their security interests, their views on the U.S. staying in power in the region, and how they are responding to the U.S. retrenchment from the Middle East. Then, Jon continues the conversation with Will Todman and Danny Sharp, discussing how Gulf countries are finding opportunities in a reduced U.S. presence and how they are pursuing their own interests. Transcript, "The Gulf's Regional Diplomacy," CSIS, April 18, 2023.
Canary Cry News Talk #611 - 04.10.2023 - Recorded Live to Tape HARRY HIVEMIND | Biden Bee, Chimerica, Tower of Babel, Psaki Circles Newsom A Podcast that Deconstructs Mainstream Media News from a Biblical Worldview We Operate Value 4 Value: http://CanaryCry.Support Submit Articles: http://CanaryCry.Report Join Supply Drop: http://CanaryCrySupplyDrop.com Join the Tee Shirt Council: http://CanaryCryTShirtCouncil.com Resource: Index of MSM Ownership (Harvard.edu) Resource: Aliens Demons Doc (feat. Dr. Heiser, Unseen Realm) All the links: http://CanaryCry.Party This Episode was Produced By: Executive Producers Carter O*** Jan S*** Felicia D*** Sir Sigrah the Beast*** Producers Marita R, VVSBTZ, Jacob B, Morgan E, Cassius B, Isaac G, Sir Morv Knight of the Burning Chariots, Sir LX Protocol V2 Knight of the Berrean Protocol, Dame Gail Canary Whisperer and Lady of X's and O's, Ted P, Sir Casey the Shield Knight, Veronica D, DrWhoDunDat, Sir Scott Knight of Truth CanaryCry.ART Submissions Sir Dove Knight of Rusbeltia Faelivrin Microfiction Stephen S - Deep in the claustrophobic tunnels under the Antarctica ice camp, a woman cleans out the men's latrine thinking, “Go to Antarctica they say, see the wildlife; have an adventure. Dump your barista job and find yourself in the great white desert. P-shah.” CLIP PRODUCER Emsworth, FaeLivrin, Joelms, Laura TIMESTAPERS Jade Bouncerson, Christine C, Pocojo SOCIAL MEDIA DOERS Dame MissG of the OV and Deep Rivers LINKS HELP JAM CanaryCry.Report Submissions The Sentinel REMINDERS Clankoniphius SHOW NOTES Podcast = T - 3:49 from D-Live HELLO, RUN DOWN 6:17 V / 2:28 P HOOK HARRY LEGS/HIVE MIND 8:08 V / 4:19 P Biden's digital strategy: an army of influencers (Axios) → Quietly: House Oversight subpoenas banks, Biden circle probe (Fox News) → Also Money: Clip: End of Dollar, New World Order cuts Biden Out (Fox) DAY JINGLE/PERSONAL/EXEC. 25:52 V / 22:03 P FLIPPY 41:10 V / 37:21 P Playing sport against robots makes human brain work harder, research suggests (AOL) CHINA 49:41 V / 45:52 P China-Taiwan: Aircraft carrier 'seals off' island on third day of drills (BBC) I survived Mao's regime. Now China is using TikTok to poison our kids (Fox News) Note: No Agenda quoted NTD, which cited how Epoch Times, who reported in 2019-20 that they received a leaked speech from 2003 in 2005 that talks about stabilizing the US through bio-weapon and soft war. (JR Nyquist Blog) Note: The annihilation of femininity in Mao's China: Gender inequality of sent-down youth during the Cultural Revolution (Sage Journal) PARTY TIME: http://CANARYCRY.PARTY 1:22:40 V / 1:18:51 P BREAK 1: TREASURE: https://CanaryCryRadio.com/Support TRUMP 1:32:49 V / 1:29:00 P 'Merchant of death' Viktor Bout urges Trump to seek asylum in Russia because his life is in DANGER from government threats and the Stormy Daniels probe (DailyMail) CYBORG 1:45:41 V / 1:41:52 P Cyborg hacker can infiltrate your phone or office by wave of hand (Evening Standard UK) BEAST SYSTEM 1:58:32 V / 1:54:43 P Our modern-day Tower of Babel (American Jesuit) BREAK 3: TALENT 2:11:12 V / 2:07:23 P CIRCLE BACK PSAKI/NEWSOM SCIENCE 2:18:43 V / 2:14:54 P Note: Inside with Jen Psaki launched on MSNBC (CIRCLE BACK!) Clip: Newsom says he watches Fox news EVERY NIGHT! (Inside with Jen Psaki) Clip: Newsom says Desantis is “scared to death” of ppl in Florida (Inside with Jen Psaki) Gun Control: DeSantis bill, Floridians can carry concealed guns without permit (CBS) Note: Background check laws in Florida BREAK 4: TIME 2:31:10 V / 2:27:21 P END
On this week's episode of Currently Reading, Meredith and Kaytee are discussing: Bookish Moments: reading mojo and a package of bookish delights Current Reads: all the great, interesting, and/or terrible stuff we've been reading lately Deep Dive: how do we decide which books to own or keep? The Fountain: we visit our perfect fountain to make wishes about our reading lives As per usual, time-stamped show notes are below with references to every book and resource we mentioned in this episode. If you'd like to listen first and not spoil the surprise, don't scroll down! We are now including transcripts of the episode (this link only works on the main site). The goal here is to increase accessibility for our fans! *Please note that all book titles linked below are Bookshop affiliate links. Your cost is the same, but a small portion of your purchase will come back to us to help offset the costs of the show. If you'd prefer to shop on Amazon, you can still do so here through our main storefront. Anything you buy there (even your laundry detergent, if you recently got obsessed with switching up your laundry game) kicks a small amount back to us. Thanks for your support!* . . . . 1:21 - Bookish Moment of the Week 3:15 - Parnassus Books 3:34 - Currently Reading Patreon (supporters get access to the IPL each month) 4:16 - Fabled Bookshop 5:32 - The Vaster Wilds by Lauren Groff (Publishes Sept 2023) 7:09 - Current Reads 7:23 - To Catch a Raven by Beverly Jenkins (Kaytee) 7:32 - Rebel by Beverly Jenkins 11:30 - A Court of Silver Flames by Sarah J. Maas (Meredith) 16:46 - A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J. Maas 18:11 - Beach Read by Emily Henry 18:54 - The Storyteller's Death by Ann Davila Cardinal (Kaytee) 19:06 - Schuler Books 21:10 - The Last Cuentista by Donna Barba Higuera 21:46 - The Agathas by Kathleen Glasgow (Meredith) 23:28 - Truly Devious by Maureen Johnson 25:08 - Diving In Podcast 25:37 - The Taking of Jake Livingston by Ryan Douglass (Kaytee) 25:43 - Changing Hands Bookstore 30:27 - The Future is Yours by Dan Frey (Meredith) 34:05 - How Books Make It To Our Forever Shelves 38:19 - The Shell Seekers by Rosamund Pilcher 38:20 - Count of Monte Cristo by Alexandre Dumas 38:22 - A Gentleman in Moscow by Amor Towles 38:25 - Search by Michelle Huneven 39:53 - Scythe by Neal Shusterman 41:41 - The Home-Maker by Dorothy Canfield 42:46 - Still Life by Louise Penny 43:13 - Babel by RF Kuang 46:15 - Meet Us At The Fountain 46:42 - I wish everyone would read Ex Libris: Confessions of a Common Reader by Anne Fadiman in a Specific Way (Kaytee) 46:42 - Ex Libris: Confessions of a Common Reader by Anne Fadiman 47:01 - Fanny Hill by John Cleland 49:04 - Pango Books 49:14 - I wish I liked putting together Ikea furniture (Meredith) 49:24 - Ikea full size Billy Bookcase Connect With Us: Meredith is @meredith.reads on Instagram Kaytee is @notesonbookmarks on Instagram Mary is @maryreadsandsips on Instagram Roxanna is @roxannatheplanner on Instagram currentlyreadingpodcast.com @currentlyreadingpodcast on Instagram firstname.lastname@example.org Support us at patreon.com/currentlyreadingpodcast and www.zazzle.com/store/currentlyreading