1.21.23 Denton Day Hour 2 Denton speaks with Jordan Danjani talk about this weekend's NFL matchups, and lets you know who he thinks the most important player is in the postseason. He also hosts Reggie Barlow, DC Defenders head coach. With their season starting in just a few weeks, Denton gets his perspective about the upcoming season.
This episodes special guest is BAFTA Breakthough 2022 actor Nell BarlowI met with Nell remotely and we had a wonderful chat, talking about growing up, school, creativity,her incredible performance is the wonderful film Sweetheart, clubbing, some great records and so much moreHope you enjoy this chat and if you do please feel free to support the podcast herehttps://www.buymeacoffee.com/stuwhiffenorhttps://supporter.acast.com/offthebeatandtrack orwww.patreon.com/offthebeatandtrackOTBAT is proudly sponsored by www.hotelchocolat.com Please also subscribe and follow the podcast on the social media links belowOff The Beat & Trackwww.offthebeatandtrackpodcast.comhttps://twitter.com/beatandtrackpodhttps://www.facebook.com/offthebeatandtrackpodcast/Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/offthebeatandtrack. Become a member at https://plus.acast.com/s/offthebeatandtrack. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
What do we do when the science in the bible seems wrong by today's standards, but typical for their world? For example, those who believe in a flat earth often point to scripture as evidence for their belief. Indeed the bible arguably does contain some texts that imply a flat earth. But, if the Hebrew people believed in a flat earth, does that mean we should today? Should we posit an elaborate conspiracy that Google, SpaceX, and NASA are trying to hide the truth of a flat earth? In addition to tackling scientific inaccuracies, Will Barlow will also cover many scientific accuracies that point to divine inspiration in scripture. Listen to this episode on Spotify or Apple Podcasts https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tBPmdNyROgQ&list=PLN9jFDsS3QV1Etu1jXO3jbUQ6CFI-2k6W&index=16 See below for notes. —— Links —— We are doing follow-up discussions to these episodes on YouTube. Check them out! See other episodes in this Scripture and Science Class Check out Barlow's previous podcast episodes Learn more about and support the church Barlow and his team are starting in Louisville, KY, called Compass Christian Church Find more articles and audios by Barlow on his website: Study Driven Faith Support Restitutio by donating here Designate Restitutio as your charity of choice for Amazon purchases Join our Restitutio Facebook Group and follow Sean Finnegan on Twitter @RestitutioSF Leave a voice message via SpeakPipe with questions or comments and we may play them out on the air Intro music: Good Vibes by MBB Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported (CC BY-SA 3.0) Free Download / Stream: Music promoted by Audio Library. Who is Sean Finnegan? Read his bio here —— Notes —— Science in the Bible • Cases when the science is “wrong”• Cases when the science is “right”• Overview and concluding thoughts Cases when the science is “wrong” • Flat Earth• Dome over the Earth• Unmovable Earth• Foundations of the Earth• Thinking with your intestines Flat Earth Isaiah 40:22 It is he who sits above the circle of the earth, and its inhabitants are like grasshoppers; who stretches out the heavens like a curtain, and spreads them like a tent to dwell in; Daniel 4:10-11 The visions of my head as I lay in bed were these: I saw, and behold, a tree in the midst of the earth, and its height was great. The tree grew and became strong, and its top reached to heaven, and it was visible to the end of the whole earth. Matthew 4:8 Again, the devil took him to a very high mountain and showed him all the kingdoms of the world and their glory. Dome over the Earth Job 37:18 Can you, like him, spread out the skies, hard as a cast metal mirror? This question by Elihu assumes a hard dome over the Earth — must have been a common belief of that time. Psalms 19:1 To the choirmaster. A Psalm of David. The heavens declare the glory of God, and the sky above proclaims his handiwork. See also Job 9:8, Psalms 102:25, Isaiah 45:12, and Isaiah 48:13. Unmovable Earth 1 Chronicles 16:30 tremble before him, all the earth; yes, the world is established; it shall never be moved. Psalms 93:1 The LORD reigns; he is robed in majesty; the LORD is robed; he has put on strength as his belt. Yes, the world is established; it shall never be moved. See also Psalms 96:10 and Isaiah 45:18. Foundations of the Earth Psalms 104:5 He set the earth on its foundations, so that it should never be moved. See also Job 38:4, Isaiah 48:13, and Hebrews 1:10. Heart/kidneys The Bible often speaks of the heart and kidneys in ways that are not medically accurate. Ancient people had particular views about these things — this doesn't mean that we should believe these things in the same way that they did. John Walton on God “Correcting” Science Giving an analogy from the ancient view of the liver, kidneys, and intestines: “Yet we must notice that when God wanted to talk to the Israelites about their intellect, emotions, and will, he did not revise their ideas of physiology and feel compelled to reveal the function of the brain. Instead, he adopted the language of the culture to communicate in terms they understood.”— John Walton, The Lost World of Genesis One, page 16. Cases when the science is “right” • Numbering the stars• Gravity?• Meteorology • Ocean Currents• Human composition• Medicine Numbering the Stars Genesis 22:17 I will surely bless you, and I will surely multiply your offspring as the stars of heaven and as the sand that is on the seashore. And your offspring shall possess the gate of his enemies, See also Jeremiah 33:22. Gravity? Job 26:7 He stretches out the north over the void and hangs the earth on nothing. This may not be describing gravity, but I believe it could be consistent with gravity. Meteorology Job 28:25-26 When he gave to the wind its weight and apportioned the waters by measure, when he made a decree for the rain and a way for the lightning of the thunder, The idea that molecules in air have weight is a recent scientific discovery. Ecclesiastes 1:6 The wind blows to the south and goes around to the north; around and around goes the wind, and on its circuits the wind returns. This looks like it is describing the jet streams and air currents. Psalms 135:7 He it is who makes the clouds rise at the end of the earth, who makes lightnings for the rain and brings forth the wind from his storehouses. This looks like it is describing the water cycle. Job 36:27-29 For he draws up the drops of water; they distill his mist in rain, which the skies pour down and drop on mankind abundantly. Can anyone understand the spreading of the clouds, the thunderings of his pavilion? This looks like it is describing the water cycle. Ocean Currents Psalms 8:8 the birds of the heavens, and the fish of the sea, whatever passes along the paths of the seas. Matthew Fontaine Maury believed this verse and discovered ocean currents. Now, this is accepted scientific fact that there are large “paths of the seas.” Human Composition Genesis 2:7 then the LORD God formed the man of dust from the ground and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life, and the man became a living creature. The same elements that make up the Earth's crust also compose human bodies. Medicine Leviticus 13:46 He shall remain unclean as long as he has the disease. He is unclean. He shall live alone. His dwelling shall be outside the camp. This is describing what we would now call quarantine. See also Numbers 12:14-15. The Bible also describes hand washing, quarantine after battle, refining metals with fire, etc. All of these are good ideas from our perspective of modern medicine. But the most amazing example? Circumcision on the eighth day, when Vitamin K levels are at their peak naturally. Overview• We want to believe the worldview that explains the most evidence• There are many ways to read Genesis 1, but the primary goal is to ask and answer the questions that the original readers would have had • There are many ways to reconcile Scripture and each branch of science• The Big Bang points to a Creator• Fine-tuning points to a Creator • The wonder around us in the natural world, whether we think evolution is the right mechanism or not, points to a Creator• Miracles can be understood as God working within His laws in many cases Concluding Thoughts At the end of the day, I believe science points to God's existence.There is no greater God than the God of the Bible, the God of our Lord Jesus Christ. Science does not have to be a barrier to the gospel message — it can supplement and support it.
Ben Rodgers meets with Steven Barlow, the new Overton County Executive. Steven talks about being born and raised in Overton County living half his life in Rickman and the other half in Monroe, what the strategy was when it came time to campaign, and the leadership experiences Steven has had in the workplace that makes him qualified for this role. Listen to the latest Local Matters Podcast… Presented by Office Mart. Visit them at 215 S Jefferson Ave in Cookeville to see what they can do for your office
We have guest Dr. Haley Barlow who enthusiastically teaches us that we are all made of tubes. Your heart? TUBES. Your kidneys? TUBES?TUBES TUBES TUBES!Learn more by listening this this lively discussion!SciChat Live:Don't miss out on this opportunity to learn and grow with us - tune in to SciChat Tuesdays at 7PM Mountain Time on Twitter, Clubhouse, Wisdom, and The Paw Pack. You won't want to miss it!(and if you do, we have the recording!)Dr. Haley Barlow's links:https://twitter.com/hayrose12Bunsen and Beaker Links:The Bunsen and Beaker Website has adorable merch with hundreds of different combinations of designs and apparel- all with Printful- one of the highest quality companies we could find!www.bunsenbernerbmd.comSign up for our Weekly Newsletter!Our Spaces Sponsor: Bark and Beyond Supplyhttps://barkandbeyondsupply.com/Bunsen and Beaker on Twitter:https://twitter.com/bunsenbernerbmdBunsen and Beaker on Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/bunsenberner.bmd/InstaBunsandBeakshttps://www.instagram.com/bunsenberner.bmd/?hl=enSupport the showFor Science, Empathy, and Cuteness!Being Kind is a Superpower.https://twitter.com/bunsenbernerbmd
For this episode, I speak with Ashley Barlow, a special education attorney advocate and host of the podcast Special Education Advocacy with Ashley Barlow. In a former life, she was a German teacher in Jefferson County Public Schools and Cincinnati Public Schools, having taught nearly every grade from K to 12. Ashley practices statewide in Kentucky and also operates a business to empower and inspire parents and advocates in special education, which can be found at www.ashleybarlowco.com. She is also the Director of Education at the National Down Syndrome Congress. We did something a little different for this episode. Ashley and I interviewed each other and are posting the same interview on our respective podcasts. Cool right? We discuss several things related to inclusive education, including … what inclusive ed really means and using Dear Colleague Letters as a strategy in IEP meetings. Thanks for listening, and if you haven't already, please give us a ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ review on Apple Podcasts or Spotify.Otter.ai Transcript: https://otter.ai/u/JiXRvYh8mFPHeFaGzeV6mM7Z5pkPDF Transcript: https://3bd6e695-b492-4878-afa9-f79d8b09e0c4.usrfiles.com/ugd/3bd6e6_5b131ba558eb4a168d1623daddbfaa29.pdfShow Notes: https://bit.ly/TI-Ashley-BarlowCover Art Image Description: black background; think inclusive logo in the top left; rainbow-colored waves overlayed with a headshot of Ashley Barlow; text reads: Ashley Barlow, Perfectly Imperfect Advocacy; S10E12; MCIE logo in the bottom rightCreditsThink Inclusive is written, edited, and sound designed by Tim Villegas and is produced by MCIE.Original music by Miles Kredich.Support Think Inclusive by becoming a patron! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Chiropractic Brain-based TherapyIn this week's episode of KC CHIROpulse, our host Dr. Michael Perusich interviews Dr. Andrew Barlow from the Barlow Brain and Body Institute. Brain-based therapies are taking Chiropractic into the next millennium by helping patients on a whole new level. Tune in to listen to Dr. Perusich and Dr. Barlow discuss some of the amazing treatments and outcomes being taught at the Barlow Brain and Body Institute.We hope you enjoy this week's CHIROpulse Podcast sponsored by Barlow Brain and Body Institute. The CHIROPulse Podcast features today's top chiropractic business consultants from Kats Chiropractic Business Advisors - helping doctors keep their pulse on success. Check us out at katsconsultants.com.
So I have said it before I don't like talking about a problem without talking about a solution. I have had a couple of episodes that have really broken down just what kind of mess public education is and just how much danger there is there. On this episode I have Russ Barlow on again to talk about his family's experience in home schooling. Russ breaksdown exactly how he and his wife were able to educate their children at home with a practical easy to follow method. What I am hoping you the listener takes away from this episode is a knowledge that you can educate your own children and that despite what the so-called experts say you are capable and qualified to educate your children. If you head over to my YouTube channel you can see the materials Russ uses in the video. Now like last time if you go to mormonrenegade.com and click on this episode page you are going to find a code that you can use to get 20% off the materials Russ talks about and references in this episode. Thats next on this episode of the Mormon Renegade Podcast. Truthseekersfoundation.com/um & use the Code Renegade20 for 20% off Materials --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dave-kirkenbower/support
Moving Customer Complaints from Frustration to Satisfaction Shep Hyken interviews Janelle Barlow, award-winning customer service and experience speaker, consultant, and author of A Complaint Is a Gift: How to Learn from Critical Feedback and Recover Customer Loyalty. She shares how to empathetically transform a customer's complaint into a positive and memorable experience. Top Takeaways: · Janelle shares these findings from the 2020 National Customer Rage Study (followed by our commentary): 2/3 of people have a product or a service failure across their lifetime. Most customers who have had a negative experience do not tell the company directly. They either internalize it, affecting their decision to do more business with the brand, or they broadcast it to their friends across social media channels. You don't just want to resolve a complaint. You want to find out the reasons behind the complaint and operationalize around it, so it does not happen again. 58% of customers feel they were dissatisfied with how their complaint was handled. It's not just about fixing the problem. It is how you fixed the problem. You have to create that feeling of engagement and connection that nurtures customer loyalty. 65% of customers who are complaining left filled with rage. When customers have feelings of rage, they often express it by yelling, swearing, or saying, "I'm never going to come back to you again." 47% of customers with a negative experience with a company post reviews online. Negative reviews, posted out of anger, is a customer seeking revenge. They don't always post it on review sites. Most of the time, they post it on social media sites. · Handling complaints is a mindset. Leaders and managers must understand that people do not naturally know how to handle complaints. Most of us learn how to handle complaints from our families (for example, fighting with our siblings or complaining to our parents) and develop "go-to responses" or defense mechanisms that we then use when dealing with customers. · If you have the mindset that a complaint is a gift, you begin with a statement of gratitude. One of the most common communication chains is the "thank you - you're welcome" exchange. When you thank the customer for letting you know there is a problem, you can mitigate the anger and start the resolution from a better place. · When employees feel supported by companies in terms of complaint resolution, they are happier and more effective. They don't have to feel defensive or argue with customers. They know that all they have to do is ensure that customers walk away feeling happy and satisfied. · Plus, Janelle shares some guidelines to follow when responding to online feedback, both positive and negative. Tune in! Quote: "Handling a customer's emotional satisfaction is as important as resolving the complaint. You can handle the customer's problem, but if they feel that they were treated poorly in the process, they still walk away feeling dissatisfied." About: Janelle Barlow is a customer service and experience expert, trainer, consultant, and best-selling author. The latest edition of her book, A Complaint Is a Gift: How to Learn from Critical Feedback and Recover Customer Loyalty, is available now. Shep Hyken is a customer service and experience expert, New York Times bestselling author, award-winning keynote speaker, and host of Amazing Business Radio. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The CX Goalkeeper had the great opportunity to interview Dr. Janelle BarlowLinkedIn Headline: Founder, A Complaint Is a GiftHighlights:00:00 Game Start01:18 Janelle's career highlights02:50 Janelle's values04:37 how do you define a complaint?07:24 Legitimate complaints10:30 Feedback12:41 Reducing complaints to zero. does it make sense? 15:22 Skills required to handle complaints17:30 Physical and digital complaints handling25:55 The Future of Complaints27:47 Janelle's book suggestion29:33 Janelle's contact details30:38 Janelle's Golden Nugget and much more on https://www.cxgoalkeeper.com/JanelleBarlowABOUT ME:https://www.cxgoalkeeper.comSUPPORT:Do you like my podcast? Support this podcast with Buy Me A Coffee https://www.buymeacoffee.com/cxgoalkeeperSPONSORING:Interested in sponsoring the The CX Goalkeeper podcast? Please DM me on LinkedIn#cxgoalkeeper #customerexperience #podcast #leadership
Es nuestro último podcast del año 2022 y hemos querido llenarlo de canciones que para nosotros representan diferentes momentos entrañables y personales de estos 12 meses. Son una docena de temas que abarcan un trayecto de la música Americana que ha intentado irse reponiendo de la pandemia, interiorizando cada una de las experiencias. No hemos querido ordenarlas de ninguna forma. Willie Nelson ha sido el encargado de abrir esta selección cantando sobre el envejecer. Tras él ha llegado Charley Crockett cantando al hombre de Waco, hemos recordado las visitas a nuestro país de Ward Hayden & The Outliers o Vandoliers y las ganas de que vengan bandas como The Barlow. Aunque Brandi Carlile, como algunos otros músicos, nos dejó su último álbum en el 21 ese proyecto ha tenido su recorrido en el año que se nos agota. Ella y Sierra Ferrell son dos de los mejores ejemplos de la diversidad y la potencia de las mujeres en la Americana. Esta última, además, nos sorprendió con un mágnifico dúo con Ray LaMontagne, dando un toque de romanticismo que tiene en Luke Winslow-King a uno de sus mejores representantes. Y han sido tres grupos los que han cerrado este último podcast del año. The Wilder Blue y 49 Winchester son dos bandas a los que seguir muy de cerca, pero hemos querido dejar para el final la que si hemos querido destacar “Reasons to Run” de Old Crow Medicine Show como la canción que mejor nos representa en 2022. Pero 2023 está ahí mismo y el próximo 24 de septiembre se cumplirán 50 años de RADIO CON BOTAS. Habrá que celebrarlo. PLAYLIST 01-WILLIE NELSON “Dusty Bottles” (Brown/Emerick/Sampson) Legacy 02-CHARLEY CROCKETT “The Man From Waco” (Crockett) Son of Davy/Thirty Tigers 03-WARD HAYDEN & THE OUTLIERS “Shelly Johnson” (Hayden) Ward Hayden & The Outliers 04-VANDOLIERS “Before the Fall” (Fleming) Amerikinda 05-THE BARLOW “All My Days” (Boynton/The Barlow) The Barlow 06-BRANDI CARLILE feat LUCIUS “You And Me The Rock” (Carlile/Hanseroth/Hanseroth) Elektra 07-SIERRA FERRELL “Years” (Anderson/Auerbach/Ferguson/McLaughlin) Easy Eye Sound 08-RAY LaMONTAGNE feat. SIERRA FERRELL “I Was Born to Love You” (LaMontagne) Liula 09-LUKE WINSLOW-KING “If There Walls Could Talk” (Winslow-King) Ghost River 10-THE WILDER BLUE “Wave Dancer” (Williams) Soundly 11-49 WINCHESTER “Russell County Line” (Gibson) New West 12-OLD CROW MEDICINE SHOW “Reasons to Run” (Secor) ATO
What happened in Egypt during the ten plagues? Approaching the matter from a scientific perspective, our teacher, Will Barlow, brings to light some interesting connections. Probably most of us think God's miracles are akin to magical interventions where he breaks the laws of nature to perform a supernatural feat. As we saw last time, the bible doesn't require that view nor does it shy away from offering details occasionally about how God achieved the miraculous. Drawing on the work of Colin Humphreys, Barlow takes a close look at the events surrounding Israel's exit from Egypt, including the timing of the event, the number of people involved, the ten plagues, and the location of Mount Sinai. Listen to this episode on Spotify or Apple Podcasts https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e7QRFotwkkw See below for notes. —— Links —— We are doing follow-up discussions to these episodes on YouTube. Check them out! See other episodes in this Scripture and Science Class Check out Barlow's previous podcast episodes Learn more about and support the church Barlow and his team are starting in Louisville, KY, called Compass Christian Church Find more articles and audios by Barlow on his website: Study Driven Faith Support Restitutio by donating here Designate Restitutio as your charity of choice for Amazon purchases Join our Restitutio Facebook Group and follow Sean Finnegan on Twitter @RestitutioSF Leave a voice message via SpeakPipe with questions or comments and we may play them out on the air Intro music: Good Vibes by MBB Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported (CC BY-SA 3.0) Free Download / Stream: Music promoted by Audio Library. Who is Sean Finnegan? Read his bio here —— Notes —— The Miracles of Exodus • Background• The Ten Plagues of Egypt• A Possible Route Background Colin Humphreys received a Ph.D. in physics from Cambridge University. He is also an expert in chemistry, astronomy, and geology. He has spent a great deal of time and effort researching ways to reconcile Scripture and science. Dating the Exodus • If we take the evidence from Exodus 1:11, the Hebrews built the city of Rameses (1300 BC)• But 1 Kings 6:1 seems to indicate that the Exodus occurred 480 years before the Temple (1446 BC) Humphreys prefers the later date because it is easier to reconcile historically. How then can we understand the 480 years of 1 Kings 6:1? The Septuagint says 440 years, and this is a great clue. Really, 480 years could be an approximation based on the numbers of generations since the prior events. Humphreys actually goes much further than this. He demonstrates that there are 14 high priests starting from Aaron and ending at Azariah, the high priest at the time of the construction of the Temple of Solomon. But Aaron is 2 generations old (age 83) and Azariah is at least one generation old: 13 - 2 + 1 = 12 generations 12 * 40 = 480 years Instead of 480 years, we can think in terms of 12 generations If a generation is actually 30 years, then 12 * 30 = 360 If a generation is 25 years, then 12 * 25 = 300 This puts Exodus 1:11 and 1 Kings 6:1 in harmony (~1300 - 1250 BC) How Many People? Numbers 1:45-46 So all those listed of the people of Israel, by their fathers' houses, from twenty years old and upward, every man able to go to war in Israel-- 46 all those listed were 603,550. This seems to imply ~2 million people in total Scriptural problems with this large number: • According to Herodotus, 600k men in the Israelite army would have been larger than the Egyptian army and the armies of the nations in the Promised Land • Exodus 1:15 names two Hebrew midwives, which would be inadequate for a population of 2M people• Deuteronomy 7:7 explicitly says that the Hebrews were the “fewest of all peoples” • Numbers 3:43 states that there were 22,273 first-born males. If you divide that by the approximately 1M total males, you end up with an average family size of approximately 50 sons and 50 daughters! How can we reconcile this? • The word translated “thousand” can also mean “group” (as in family, clan, or troop).• Humphreys proposes the translation of “troop” instead of “thousand” Numbers 1:21 those listed of the tribe of Reuben were 46,500 [“46 troops and 500 men”]. 46 troops = 500 men ~10 men per troop ~10 men per troop matches with the clay tablets found in Tell el-Amarna This leads us to conclude that the total men, women, and children were approximately 20,000 at the time of the Exodus. Generations earlier, the “children of Israel” numbered 75 people. If we assume 2% population growth per year for 300 years, 75 people turns into 28,517 people. To get to 2M, you would need to average 3.5% per year. Historical sources estimate average population growth in Egypt during this era would close to 0.02% per year. The Plagues of Egypt Colin Humphreys gives one possible way to reconcile the plagues of Egypt with a scientific explanation of the events. “The concept that for the ancient Israelites the miracles of God involved God displaying his power through control of natural events like earthquakes is so important…”— Colin Humphreys, The Miracles of Exodus, page 23. • Nile turned to blood• Frogs• Gnats• Flies• Death of livestock• Boils• Hail• Locusts• Darkness• Firstborn • Nile turned to blood — a combination of extra red soil and the red tide of harmful algae blooms invade the Nile rapidly and kill all the fish (September at the height of the Nile)• Frogs — As the fish decay, the rotting smell would have driven the frogs and toads out of the Nile (Sept - Oct at the height of frogs) 3. Gnats — Possibly midges; able to reproduce and cause damage because the frogs and toads are gone (October/November)4. Flies — Probably the stable fly, with a terrible bite that punctures the skin (can cause infection); these flies swarm and reproduce quickly (November) 5. Livestock — African horse sickness and bluetongue are two viruses spread by the midges from the third plague that only affect hoofed animals and not humans (November - December)6. Boils — The stable fly is known to favor biting the lower bodies, which squares with Deuteronomy 28:35; the stable fly carries a bacteria that causes skin infection (December - January) 7. Hail — Exodus 9:31-32 notes that flax and barley were destroyed; this lines up with ancient Egyptian sources (February - March)8. Locusts — Exodus 9:33 suggests that the land was very wet, the perfect conditions for locusts to lay eggs. They also travel on wind like Exodus 10:13 says (February - March) 9. Darkness — could have been caused by a multi-day sandstorm, known as a khamsin. Extra red soil deposits from the first plague could have made this particularly severe (March).10. Firstborn — Mycotoxins on the grain from the damp conditions from hailstorm, sealed in the granaries due to the sandstorms. The firstborn animals and humans would have had priority on food. Why were the Israelites unaffected by the plagues? “The Israelite slaves lived in their own separate geographical location, the land of Goshen, which almost certainly was not in the prime property market area next to the highly desirable waters of the Nile, which the Egyptians would have kept for themselves….”— Colin Humphreys, The Miracles of Exodus “We have earlier identified the plague of gnats with the midge… and the plague of flies with the stable fly. Both would have been concentrated around the Nile…”— Colin Humphreys, The Miracles of Exodus “In addition, both the midge and the stable fly are weak flyers with a range of less than a mile…”— Colin Humphreys, The Miracles of Exodus “Hailstorms and sandstorms are frequently very localized, so it is easy to see that the geographically separate region of Goshen could have been spared by both the hailstorms and then the sandstorms causing the three days of darkness.”— Colin Humphreys, The Miracles of Exodus “The crops of the Israelites therefore would not have been stored damp in sand-covered stores and thus would not have developed mycotoxins, and the Israelites and their livestock would not have been poisoned by them.”— Colin Humphreys, The Miracles of Exodus, page 146. A Possible Route Humphreys uses Biblical, historical, and geographical information to determine a possible route for the Exodus. • Red Sea crossing at a location where backtracking was impossible and the water was somewhat shallow (Gulf of Aqaba) • The Biblical description of the “pillar of fire” by night and the “pillar of cloud” by day, along with the terrifying description of Mt. Sinai in Exodus are both consistent with a volcano• Using a variety of information, Humphreys locates a volcano that fits all of the evidence in Arabia (which is mentioned in Galatians): Mount Bedr All the way, Humphreys explains various items, like: • Water from the rock• Manna• Timing the route
In the very near future, your car will use data from your mobile device to help you navigate and stay safe. But vehicles already generate useful data. In the first episode of a three-part special partnered series with Wejo, the smart mobility tech company, a panel of expert guests discuss how connected vehicle data is already changing the world.Real-time data, information generated by vehicles driving around towns and cities as we speak, is already being used to help ease traffic congestion, help prevent accidents, and support the move to a net zero economy.Read more and watch the video on the New Statesman website: https://www.newstatesman.com/spotlight/2022/12/how-connected-vehicle-data-is-going-to-change-the-world-with-wejoIn the first episode of this special series, the panel traces the origins of connected vehicle data and looks at potential problems around data privacy. The discussion also explores the potential of data for local authority service delivery, and highlights examples of where vehicle data is already being put to use for wider social benefits.Alona Ferber, editor of the New Statesman's Spotlight policy channel, is joined by Richard Barlow, founder and chief executive of Wejo, John Stenlake, director of Vehicle Innovation & Mobility at Microsoft, and Peter Van Manen, the former managing director of McLaren Electronic Systems, the company that supplies control and data systems to all competitors in the Formula One, NASCAR and indyCar racing series.One application of vehicle data has been to reduce insurance premiums, Barlow, who started Wejo ten years ago, explains on the episode: “In the first year I worked with an insurance provider, and my thought process with insurance providers was that if they had access to data, then they would be able to provide better policies, more cost effective policies for all drivers.”“It became very apparent that the insurers were very much ingrained with the idea that they could produce their premium costs for high risk drivers, but not for all drivers, just a very small percentage,” he says. “And then at the same point, it became clear that motor manufacturers were also making more of their vehicles be available in terms of the data they make available."And it was a massive disconnect. I realised there was an opportunity there to work with the motor manufacturers and to actually go beyond insurance, but actually use data to provide better mobility services. And now today we see data from 90 million journeys every day. We have over 20 million vehicles on [Wejo's] platform.”The next episodes of this special series will look at obstacles to mass electric vehicle adoption and the autonomous vehicles future that is nearly here. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Today we welcome Shea Boynton, lead singer of The Barlow. This band has that red dirt sound coming from Denver Colorado. This was a great conversation and the perfect one to end the year. Enjoy --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bootsandwhiskey/support
It's not Christmas without Santa! But what does Santa truly look like? Does he match the figurines on the mantel, or the faces on our favorite holiday sweaters? Does he look like you or like me? Find out in this joyous and cozy celebration of family, representation, and holiday spirit! Destined to be a new classic, and perfect for any child looking to see some of themself in Santa Claus. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/avant-garde-books/support
What is a miracle? Does it mean God breaks the laws of physics or merely that he intervenes within the system? After considering several definitions of miracles from Christian thinkers, Will Barlow interacts with a number of biblical incidents to explain what a miracle is and is not. He examines the parting of the Red Sea, Moses getting water from the rock, the collapse of Jericho's walls, Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego in the fire, and Daniel in the lions' den. For each Barlow looks at how God performed the miracle, shedding light on how science and scripture interact. Listen to this episode on Spotify or Apple Podcasts https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pUFzfnYmyQE&list=PLN9jFDsS3QV1Etu1jXO3jbUQ6CFI-2k6W&index=14 See below for notes. —— Links —— We are doing follow-up discussions to these episodes on YouTube. Check them out! See other episodes in this Scripture and Science Class Check out Barlow's previous podcast episodes Learn more about and support the church Barlow and his team are starting in Louisville, KY, called Compass Christian Church Find more articles and audios by Barlow on his website: Study Driven Faith Support Restitutio by donating here Designate Restitutio as your charity of choice for Amazon purchases Join our Restitutio Facebook Group and follow Sean Finnegan on Twitter @RestitutioSF Leave a voice message via SpeakPipe with questions or comments and we may play them out on the air Intro music: Good Vibes by MBB Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported (CC BY-SA 3.0) Free Download / Stream: Music promoted by Audio Library. Who is Sean Finnegan? Read his bio here —— Notes —— Miracles • Defining a Miracle • Archetypal Example • Other Examples What is the big deal with miracles? Why are miracles important? • Thomas Jefferson famously refused to believe in miracles - his edited version of the NT had all of the miracles removed • In modern times, miracles are still controversial Richard Swinburne on miracles: “What the theist claims about God is that he does have a power to create, conserve, or annihilate anything, big or small. And he can also make objects move or do anything else…He can make the planets move in the way that Kepler discovered that they move, or make gunpowder explode when we set a match to it…” “or he can make planets move in quite different ways, and chemical substances explode or not explode under quite different conditions from those which now govern their behavior. God is not limited by the laws of nature; he makes them and he can change or suspend them – if he chooses.” Francis Collins on miracles: A miracle is “an event that appears inexplicable by the laws of nature and so is held to be supernatural in origin.” —The Language of God, page 48. William Lane Craig on miracles: “You see, natural laws have implicit ceteris paribus conditions—that's Latin meaning, ‘all other things being equal.' In other words, natural laws assume that no other natural or supernatural factors are interfering with the operation that the law describes.” What is an example of a ceteris paribus condition? • Imagine that an apple is falling from a tree • If you don't intervene, what will happen? • If you do intervene, is gravity wrong? I offer the following definition of a miracle: A miracle is when God acts in an improbable way. However, miracles often fit within the boundaries of the theoretical limits of science. In other words, a miracle may be unexplainable by current scientific theories. That does not imply that God is “breaking His own rules.” We have limited knowledge. In simple words, a miracle is not necessarily a miracle because of what happens, but it generally is a miracle because of: • When it happens • To whom it happens • Why it happens Archetypal Miracle The archetypal example of a miracle is the crossing of the Red (or Reed) Sea. Was the miracle the specific event only? Or was it that it happened in that place, in that time, to those people? Exodus 14:21 Then Moses stretched out his hand over the sea, and the LORD drove the sea back by a strong east wind all night and made the sea dry land, and the waters were divided. Exodus 14:22 And the people of Israel went into the midst of the sea on dry ground, the waters being a wall to them on their right hand and on their left. Were the laws of physics violated in any way by the crossing of the Red Sea? No. In fact, the Bible explicitly tells us how God performed this miracle. So, then, what is the miraculous part? In my mind, this is miraculous because: • It happened to the Hebrews • It happened when God said it would and when the Hebrews needed it • It happened for the purpose of saving God's people Examples of Miracles Are there ways to explain other miracles? • Water from the rock • Walls of Jericho • Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego • Daniel and the Lions' den Water from the Rock Exodus 17:6 Behold, I will stand before you there on the rock at Horeb, and you shall strike the rock, and water shall come out of it, and the people will drink." And Moses did so, in the sight of the elders of Israel. How can we explain water from the rock? • God could have led Moses to a location where an underground spring existed • In cases like this, even a relatively small amount of force could cause water to come forth • This fits our understanding of geology How can we explain water from the rock? • Alternately, we could understand this as a large porous sandstone rock that absorbed a lot of water • Again, even a relatively small amount of force could cause water to come forth • This fits our understanding of geology Walls of Jericho Joshua 6:20 So the people shouted, and the trumpets were blown. As soon as the people heard the sound of the trumpet, the people shouted a great shout, and the wall fell down flat, so that the people went up into the city, every man straight before him, and they captured the city. How can we explain the falling of the walls of Jericho? • Perhaps this is a case where God gave the priests the resonant frequency of the walls - and the people matched that pitch • Every material has a resonant frequency How can we explain the falling of the walls of Jericho? • Think about a glass shattering when an opera singer reaches a certain note • The Angers Bridge in France was destroyed in 1850 when French soldiers marched in lockstep over the bridge Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego Daniel 3:22 Because the king's order was urgent and the furnace overheated, the flame of the fire killed those men who took up Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego. Daniel 3:27 And the satraps, the prefects, the governors, and the king's counselors gathered together and saw that the fire had not had any power over the bodies of those men. The hair of their heads was not singed, their cloaks were not harmed, and no smell of fire had come upon them. How can we explain Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego surviving the fiery furnace? • Perhaps God used a force field to separate the men from the fire • Perhaps God created a micro-vacuum around the men Daniel and the Lions' Den Daniel 6:17 And a stone was brought and laid on the mouth of the den, and the king sealed it with his own signet and with the signet of his lords, that nothing might be changed concerning Daniel. Daniel 6:22 My God sent his angel and shut the lions' mouths, and they have not harmed me, because I was found blameless before him; and also before you, O king, I have done no harm." Daniel 6:24 And the king commanded, and those men who had maliciously accused Daniel were brought and cast into the den of lions--they, their children, and their wives. And before they reached the bottom of the den, the lions overpowered them and broke all their bones in pieces. How can we explain Daniel surviving the lions' den? • Perhaps God caused the lions to enter a temporary hibernation or heavy sleep sequence • Perhaps God hid Daniel from the lions by masking his scent, etc. Other Miracles in the Bible • The lengthening of the day • Gideon and the fleece • Duplication of matter • Walking on water • Healings • Resurrection of Jesus A miracle is when God acts in an improbable way. However, miracles often fit within the boundaries of the theoretical limits of science.
Kurt interviews Zack Barlow, Director of Marketing Operations and Product Marketing at PharMerica. In his role, Zack oversees branding and content teams, and supports the sales team in their lead generation efforts. Zack and Kurt discuss innovating solutions for complex problems, root cause analysis, and how personalized communication is key.
A Life of Transformation: Marj Barlow, PhD, is a historically-significant therapist, global business change leader, and self-care advocate. Most famous for her pioneering leadership at Interface Carpets, the world's largest, commercial carpet manufacturer, and the first global manufacturer to try to reach net zero and net regenerative environmental impacts. She built that success off of an identity rooted in family, Faith, science, psychology, and her own experiences. In this podcast, editor Chris Searles wanted to 'envision transformation' from an American/Christian historical perspective, so he asked Marj to share about her early life. Born and raised in rural West Texas in the 1930s, mother to five, and more, Marj knows transformation. This interview is part of AllCreation's collection, Envisioning Transformation. Learn More MarjBarlow.com The Pocket Grandmother The Possible Woman Interface eco-sustainability legacy Listen to part 2 of this interview. References Owens, TX The Great Depression, 1930s Fundamental Baptist (West TX) Texas Baptist History , A brief history of Fundamentalism Religion in Early Texas cream separator (1935), driving a tractor (1939) Canyon, TX; Kingsville, TX; The King Ranch; Austin; Corpus Christi (1940s-2010s) World War II, 1940-1945 Plastics engineering, 1945 BBA, opportunity for uS women 1945 Quantum physics, 1950s Rev. Carlyse Marney, Gov. Alan Shivers, 1950s Clifton Strength Finder, Don Clifton, 1960s Positive psychology, 1960s Cleburne County community therapy Jean Houston Mystery of what love is PROGRAM0:00 Welcome & intro 3:00 Marj shares about her childhood 10:00 Adult life at 1515:15 A Baptist, quantum-physicist, first husband 21:00 Single mom with four children at 3424:30 Becoming a counselor & second husband 32:30 Massive American culture shift 38:00 New life as a therapist42:00 How her beliefs have evolved respect for more pious people exploring other Faiths, different pathways social life sampling other Christian denominations Jean Houston Life after death science Quotes I think that's all we have, is our story -- and everybody's story is very important to me. So I try to help people join what I call ''The Triple A'' and become the Author, the Actor, and the Audience of your life story. You're the only one who will watch your story from birth to death… I help people get their story into a form they can live with.Each human being is unique and very significant. We are God in action -- and it is our sacred privilege to travel a lifetime and learn how to love.. Who are you really? What could you be?Each little child is to be unfolded, not molded. Thanks for listening. This podcast is 1 of seven interviews from our Winter Solstice 2022 collection, "Envisioning Transformation." It was produced and edited by Chris Searles.
A Life of Transformation: Marj Barlow, PhD, is a historically-significant therapist, global business change leader, and self-care advocate from Texas. Most famous for her pioneering leadership at Interface Carpets, the world's largest, commercial carpet manufacturer, and the first global manufacturer to try to reach net zero and net regenerative environmental impacts. Marj built her success off of an identity rooted in honesty, family, Faith, science, psychology, and her own experiences. In this podcast, editor Chris Searles asks her to share about being a feminist co-leader, caring more for Other-life, and how to guide right transformation. This interview is part of AllCreation's collection, Envisioning Transformation. Learn More MarjBarlow.com The Pocket Grandmother The Possible Woman Interface eco-sustainability legacy Listen to part 1 of this interview. Transformational Virtues Discussed Seeking love Awe Gratitude Healing Play Curiosity about positive potential PROGRAM0:00 Feminism: How are we doing? 10:00 The 4 levels of love: Erotic - attraction Agape - true friendship Philia - true familial love Caritas - sacrificial love, giving your life for the good of others (“a calling, a joy, a happiness“) 15:00 How do you relate to the living creation?19:00 How should religious institutions transform to achieve a better future? QUOTESMost of the people who initiated (therapy in the early days) were female. It would be the mother bringing in the son, or the mother bringing in the whole family. . . The mother would be the one always organizing that. (In the 1960s, White America) was very paternalistic and I had to prove that I had done right by his money and his children. I have a sense of gratitude and awe about how it all works. It's the most fascinating thing in the world to think of Life as it exists here on this little blue, tiny planet. . . I am so in awe of the peope who are learning how to be good stewards of our physical environment.The biggest change that's on the horizon is the fact that we are hooked-up and we can communicate -- and, therefore, we can't keep pockets of secrecy, and I think more and more are enlightened as to our environmental emergency. I kind of have an inner path I follow: I prefer to be curious, rather than certain. I think that has led me to a lot of diversity... There's not just one way... as many of the Fundamentalist sermons that I heard suggested. The male does tend in our species to focus; he makes a good TV-watcher! The female is more the Gatherer; she's born to chop! That is the problem right there... Can the shoppers and the focusers get together to declare the universe needs one song? Love that stretches and a mind that is eternally curious, that's how i see our evolutionary drift. Studying Happiness has helped me have a sense of the value of our choice-making. Everyday I get up and I say, “What is today?” And I have a sense of awe. And every person that comes into my life, I have a sense of awe. That makes it new and real and exciting, and nothing every dull or boring... So perhaps curiosity and awe are valuable attributes at institutional-identity scale. We're not done yet. We're still evolving. We have the joy of being present, listening, and seeking something new. ....Whatsoever thing they neigbor doeth that pulleth thy chain, puncheth they button or ringeth they bell — that thing hath more to do with thee than thy neighbor! :)###Thanks for listening. This podcast is one of seven interviews from our Winter Solstice 2022 collection, "Envisioning Transformation." It was pro-duced and edited by Chris Searles. Visit our podcasts page for more.
Having looked at the basics of earth science last time, we are now ready to consider Noah's Flood. As always you'll learn the major options for interpreting this biblical event. Some Christians understand the flood to have been a local event, largely limited to the region of Mesopotamia. Others hold to the notion that this flood covered the entire planet, rising above even the highest mountains. No matter which position you take, you'll have to answer key biblical and scientific questions. Listen to this episode on Spotify or Apple Podcasts https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B0xPsa6WrPE&list=PLN9jFDsS3QV1Etu1jXO3jbUQ6CFI-2k6W&index=13&t=4s See below for notes. —— Links —— We are doing follow-up discussions to these episodes on YouTube. Check them out! See other episodes in this Scripture and Science Class Check out Barlow's previous podcast episodes Learn more about and support the church Barlow and his team are starting in Louisville, KY, called Compass Christian Church Find more articles and audios by Barlow on his website: Study Driven Faith Support Restitutio by donating here Designate Restitutio as your charity of choice for Amazon purchases Join our Restitutio Facebook Group and follow Sean Finnegan on Twitter @RestitutioSF Leave a voice message via SpeakPipe with questions or comments and we may play them out on the air Intro music: Good Vibes by MBB Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported (CC BY-SA 3.0) Free Download / Stream: Music promoted by Audio Library. Who is Sean Finnegan? Read his bio here —— Notes —— Noah's Flood • Considerations• Global or local?• Evidence for Noah's Flood• Implications of Noah's Flood Considerations • Rain before the flood?• Plate tectonics and evolution• Scope and evolution• How big was the ark? Rain before Noah's flood? Many have taught that, before Noah's flood, there was no rain: Genesis 2:5-6 When no bush of the field was yet in the land and no small plant of the field had yet sprung up--for the LORD God had not caused it to rain on the land, and there was no man to work the ground, and a mist was going up from the land and was watering the whole face of the ground-- Scholar Mark Futato suggests that “mist” should be translated as “rain.” • In the context, there are two “problems” • No rain• No man to till the ground • Thus, “mist” could equal “rain” Reasons why “mist” could be better: • If you hold late tectonic shift, mist would be required (“land” singular in Genesis 1:10)• The sign of the rainbow — the rainbow is only physically possible with rain• Possibly rain kicked off the modern water cycle - this answers the objection “where did the water go?” Plate Tectonics and evolution What we believe about plate tectonics impacts our view on evolution and the extent of Noah's flood • A small minority has proposed a more recent tectonic shift, which could account for mountain building after Noah's flood• The flip side is that there would likely be a need for fast evolution in this view Scope and evolution What we believe about the scope of Noah's flood also impacts our view on evolution • Localized flood proponents can handle the scientific side with much more ease• Global flood proponents have some difficulties, including a potential need for fast evolution How big was the ark? Genesis 6:15-16 This is how you are to make it: the length of the ark 300 cubits, its breadth 50 cubits, and its height 30 cubits. Make a roof for the ark, and finish it to a cubit above, and set the door of the ark in its side. Make it with lower, second, and third decks. Depending on how you reckon a cubit, that translates to 450 - 510 feet long.John Whitcomb and Henry Morris estimate that the ark would have held the equivalent of 522 railcars. They then go on to estimate that 1 such railcar could hold 240 sheep. Global or local? This is perhaps the most important question we can ask about Noah's flood. Global — impacted life around the world Local — impacted all human life (all dwelling in Mesopotamia) but not all life Arguments for a local flood: Psalms 104:9 You set a boundary that they may not pass, so that they might not again cover the earth. If God set a boundary to the waters in Genesis 1, then how could Noah's flood have been global? “Land” in Genesis 6-7 refers to the land of Mesopotamia, and even more specifically, to the inhabitants of the land. Genesis 7:20 (KJV) Fifteen cubits upward did the waters prevail; and the mountains [hills] were covered. Genesis 7:20 The waters prevailed above the mountains, covering them fifteen cubits deep. To get around the language in the Bible that seems to state that all humans died in Noah's flood (other than Noah and his family), some local flood proponents say that all humans lived in Mesopotamia when this flood took place. There is evidence of a Mesopotamian flood around 5,000 years ago. Arguments for a global flood: Genesis 6:17 For behold, I will bring a flood of waters upon the earth to destroy all flesh in which is the breath of life under heaven. Everything that is on the earth shall die. Genesis 7:19, 21 And the waters prevailed so mightily on the earth that all the high mountains under the whole heaven were covered. And all flesh died that moved on the earth, birds, livestock, beasts, all swarming creatures that swarm on the earth, and all mankind. • Has anyone heard of a localized flood that lasted 40 days and 40 nights that kept a boat floating for around a year?• Why wouldn't the people of Mesopotamia just flee the area when the rain started? Genesis 9:11 I establish my covenant with you, that never again shall all flesh be cut off by the waters of the flood, and never again shall there be a flood to destroy the earth." Luke 17:27 They were eating and drinking and marrying and being given in marriage, until the day when Noah entered the ark, and the flood came and destroyed them all. Evidence for Noah's Flood One of the strongest pieces of evidence for Noah's flood is found in the historical record — basically every ancient civilization has a flood story. “Scores and even hundreds of such traditions have been found in every part of the world, in both the Eastern and Western hemispheres; and common to most of them is the recollection of a great flood which once covered the earth and destroyed all but a tiny remnant of the human race.” “Many of them, even those who have been found among the American Indians, tell of the building of a great ark which saved human and animal seed from total destruction by the Flood and which finally landed on a mountain.”— John C. Whitcomb and Henry M. Morris, The Genesis Flood, page 48. Geological evidence for Noah's Flood: • Seamounts - old islands that have now been submerged by water• Submarine canyons Implications of Noah's Flood How could Noah's Flood impact life on the planet? • Increase amount of water vapor in the atmosphere and decrease oxygen - this could explain the change in the length of life of people from before Noah's Flood to after • Change in atmospheric pressure could impact longevity as well How did the humans, animals, and plants travel to their current locations? • Land bridges• Floating on air• Recent tectonic separation “In the year 1883, the island of Krakatoa in the Sunda Strait, between Java and Sumatra, was almost destroyed by a volcanic explosion that shook that entire part of the world. For twenty-five years practically nothing lived in the remnant of that volcanic island.” “But ‘then then colonists began to arrive—a few mammals in 1908; a number of birds, lizards, and snakes; various mollusks, insects, and earthworms. Ninety percent of Krakatoa's new inhabitants… were forms that could have arrived by air.'”— John C. Whitcomb and Henry M. Morris, The Genesis Flood, pages 84-85. Conclusion There are a lot of things to consider in dealing with Noah's Flood.Take time to read the account and the references later in Scripture. Determine your perspective on global vs. local.There are many ways to interpret the scientific evidence. However, the historical evidence is clear: there was an ancient, massive flood.
In this episode, Chani Barlow shares her story of how a devastating car accident, depression, infertility, and vivid dreams of her future children took her life down unexpected paths she never could have possibly imagined.These experiences and many others have helped her to realize that just when our faith dwindles and challenges seem insurmountable, God chooses to step in.*** Please SHARE Chani's story and help us spread hope and light to others. ***To WATCH this episode on YouTube, visit: https://youtu.be/R1UNthSyAg0-----To learn more about Chani, visit her website at https://www.chanibarlow.comTo buy her book "Seeking Solace" go to (direct link): https://www.amazon.com/Seeking-Solace-Finding-Miracles-Planned-ebook/dp/B09X3RPMPP?ref_=ast_sto_dp-----Also, if you have a faith-promoting or inspiring story, or know someone who does, please let us know by going to https://www.latterdaylights.com and reaching out to us.
| Please excuse some possible microphone zapping | Recorded fall of 2022 Intro Song Credit: YAA! Koala @yaakoala Song: Do Mushies Not Coke Outro Sound Credit: YAA! Koala @yaakoala Song: Jamaica Interlude In this weeks BRAND new The BosBabes lifestyle sports podcast episode —your host Brittany Baldi chats with Megan Gonzalez Barlow— she is the CEO and founder of a brand called ‘Change the Label CO'. She is the daughter to MLB great Luis Gonzalez— he played around 19 years in the MLB. Megan is also married to Joe Barlow, a pitcher for the Texas Rangers. This is part 2 of a 2 part special featuring her. Megan opens up the show by discussing her brand ‘Change the Label CO'. She tells the listeners why she started her own brand and gets candid about how she came up with the creative name! Shop her brand at changethelabel.com. 16 minutes in Megan begins chatting about her engagement to MLB player Joe Barlow and what some of their wedding plans are. She also gets candidly cute chatting about how they first met and what their first date was like. 24 minutes in Britt and Megan chat about how Megan was proposed to! How cute! Listen in for the details. 39 minutes in Megan starts discussing what its like being a baseball WAG and the importance of being a positive support for him man all season long. Britt and Megan begin wrapping up this 2 part special discussing how fun it is traveling for a baseball ‘away series'. She also leaves you with some Positive Pop and charity talk! We hope you enjoyed this 2 part special featuring all things Megan! Please enjoy this podcast episode and be sure to subscribe to The BosBabes for FREE on our Youtube channel. Full interviews & vlogs are posted there! Cheers xo Visit MANSCAPED.com today! They are the leaders in mens hygiene and grooming. Save 20% off and get FREE shipping with my personal discount code BosBabes at their checkout. Head on over to 5hourenergy.com and use our personal discount code baldi21 to receive 20% off multi packs and get direct to door shipping! Please be sure to visit meditresse.com today if you or someone you know is experiencing extreme or mild hair loss— the hair specialists may be of assistance. To receive 20% off of your FULL Honeylove purchase use my link here https://www.honeylove.com/BOSBABES
There's a group in regional Queensland that claims to have no name. Members meet in each other's homes on Wednesdays and Sundays. They don't have any of their beliefs written down, though they do sing hymns from a particular hymn book. A lot of what they follow sounds incredibly similar to a group that also claimed to have no name but was often referred to as the Two by Twos or The Truth. This one doesn't have pairs of ‘workers' who travel around and stay with community members, however. That job was left up to its founder, a man named Robert Barlow. If you're a member or former member of Bob Barlow's 'church' who would like to get in touch with Candice Curran, you can email email@example.com. Full research sources listed here. You can support us on Patreon or Acast+, with a one-off donation, or grab some merch. Sarah Steel's debut book Do As I Say is available on audiobook now. With thanks to Audio-Technica, presenting partner for season 5 of Let's Talk About Sects. Use promo code LTAS10 at Audio-Technica's Australian store for 10% off and to support the show! Links:Two by Twos / The Truth — sources for previous LTAS episode about the Two by Twos / The Truth available here, October 2020Family history research service — Queensland Government, searched November 2022David's Rape of Bathsheba and Murder of Uriah (2 Samuel 11-12) — The Theology of Work Project (TOW), accessed November 2022If you have been personally affected by involvement in a cult, or would like to support those who have been, contact Cult Information and Family Support in Australia, or the International Cultic Studies Association outside of Australia. If you or someone you know is in crisis or needs support right now, please call Lifeline on 13 11 14 in Australia, or find your local crisis centre via the International Association for Suicide Prevention. Credits:Written and hosted by Sarah SteelMusic by Joe GouldEdited by Matt Brazel Subscribe and support the production of this independent podcast, and you can access early + ad-free episodes at https://plus.acast.com/s/lets-talk-about-sects. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Episode ten of the Real Housewives of Salt Lake City was one for the books. Join Tilmon and Katy as they take on the drama from this week and dissect the following: Jen Shah vs. Lisa Barlow, Jen Shah vs. Danna, Jen Shah vs. Heather Gay, Heather Gay vs. the World, Meredith vs. no one because she's perfect, and Katy vs. Tilmon trying to describe a very simple tidbit of Twitter drama. Tune in! Instagram: @jacktilmon @katy.fallon TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@freshperspectivepodcast
YAY! WE MADE IT GUYS! Special thanks to Golden J for taking the lead this week for our 50th episode! A milestone we couldn't have achieved without you! We Love You, J! So here we go - Golden J takes over episode 50 of the MurdNerds! Join him, along with Alicia and Ashlee as he tells the story of 23 year old Indianapolis woman who was tricked into going to a party and then murdered. This is the story of Angie Barlow. Tell us what you think! Email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org or contact us via social media. - Facebook: facebook.com/murdnerds - Twitter: twitter.com/murdnerdspod - Instagram: instagram.com/murdnerds - TikTok: tiktok.com/murdnerds Video podcasting will be available soon through YouTube and Spotify. - YouTube.com/murdnerds MurdNerds is available wherever you enjoy listening to podcasts. If you're an Apple Podcast or Spotify listener, please support the podcast in an easy and free way by following, subscribing, rating, and reviewing! Merch available now!: https://murdnerds-merch.creator-spring.com/ If you would like to help contribute monetarily to MurdNerds, please consider a monthly donation of $0.99, $4.99, or $9.99: https://anchor.fm/murdnerds/support To check out the other podcasts within the Golden Mojo Entertainment network of podcasts: - Golden Image Podcast: https://linktr.ee/goldenimagepodcast - The Call Guys: https://linktr.ee/thecallguyspodcast - The United States of Paranormal: https://linktr.ee/TUSOPPod - Indiana Chiefs Fans: https://www.facebook.com/INChiefsFansPod Hosted by Ashlee Lippert and Alicia Cauffman Produced and edited by Jeremy Golden Opening theme by Geibral on Pixabay Ad theme by Jeremy Golden #MurdNerds --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/murdnerds/support --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/murdnerds/support
This week hosts Danny Murphy and Evan Real took the stage in NYC at City Winery for our very special live "Virtual Reali-tea" event. Some of your favorite Bravo stars were there! Meredith Marks, Jackie Goldschneider, Margaret Josephs, Jason Cameron and Amrit Kapai sat down with a live audience to spill all the tea. Check out the video and watch the full show here!
So far we've considered physics and biology in our exploration of scripture and science. Today we begin to consider how earth science and the bible fit together. This becomes particularly significant when considering interpretations for Noah's flood. We'll get to that next time. But, for today, our teacher will lay out the basics of geology and earth science to give us a good overview. He'll also cover radiometric dating, which has a bearing on how scientists determine the age of the earth. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8VzgrLAFXfg&embeds_euri=https%3A%2F%2Flhim.org%2F&feature=emb_imp_woyt See below for notes. —— Links —— We are doing follow-up discussions to these episodes on YouTube. Check them out! See other episodes in this Scripture and Science Class Check out Barlow's previous podcast episodes Learn more about and support the church Barlow and his team are starting in Louisville, KY, called Compass Christian Church Find more articles and audios by Barlow on his website: Study Driven Faith Support Restitutio by donating here Designate Restitutio as your charity of choice for Amazon purchases Join our Restitutio Facebook Group and follow Sean Finnegan on Twitter @RestitutioSF Leave a voice message via SpeakPipe with questions or comments and we may play them out on the air Intro music: Good Vibes by MBB Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported (CC BY-SA 3.0) Free Download / Stream: Music promoted by Audio Library. Who is Sean Finnegan? Read his bio here —— Notes —— Geology, Earth Science, and Atmospheric Science • Geology• Important cycles• Plate tectonics Geology • Types of rocks/rock cycle• Geological principles• Dating methods• Structure of the Earth What is Geology? Geology is the study of the Earth and the processes related to the Earth. • Geologists study rocks (and the rock cycle)• Subfields include atmospheric studies (meteorology), volcanology (studying volcanos), and mineralogy (study of minerals) Types of Rocks There are three major categories of rocks: • Sedimentary - formed by pressure acting on sediment• Igneous - formed by lava• Metamorphic - formed by extreme pressure and heat The Rock Cycle Since wind and water are constantly affecting change, there is a rock cycle. Geological Principles There are several main principles of geology: • Superposition• Cross-cutting relationships• Uniformitarianism Dating Methods There are major types of dating: • Absolute dating• Relative dating Absolute Dating Absolute dating is based on radioactive decay. What is radioactive decay? • Some forms of certain elements are (by nature) unstable• Over time, these elements change on the atomic level (sometimes losing protons and neutrons; sometimes exchanging protons and neutrons, etc.) Carbon Dating Carbon dating uses the decay of Carbon - 14 • Carbon - 12 has 6 neutrons and 6 protons• Carbon - 13 has 7 neutrons and 6 protons• Carbon - 14 has 8 neutrons and 6 protons What happens when Carbon - 14 decays? • Carbon - 14 exchanges a neutron for a proton• This changes the element from carbon to nitrogen• The reaction also produces an electron and an antineutrino So, how does this tell us anything about dating? • Radioactive decay is a process that is well understood• The half-life for carbon - 14 is ~5,700 years• This means, that it takes 5,700 years for the amount of carbon -14 in a sample to cut in half Is carbon dating exact? • No - it's a statistical process• However, there is a range of probable dates given Relative Dating What is relative dating? • Relative dating uses the geological principles of superposition and cross-cutting relationships to provide estimates on how old certain features are• Example: dating a rock layer based on the age of another layer (dated using radiometric dating) Structure of the Earth How do scientists know about the structure of the Earth? • Scientists understand what waves do when they hit various materials (ex: ultrasound imaging)• Seismological data from earthquakes has given us insight into the structure of the Earth The Water Cycle The water cycle is the process by which water goes through the phases of liquid, gas, and solid. • The water cycle helps moderate temperatures on Earth• The water cycle also supports life through crops and drinking water Carbon and Nitrogen Cycles Carbon and nitrogen also experience cycles of solid, liquid, and gas. • The carbon cycle is important for the support of life.• Disruption of the carbon cycle is one of the biggest fears of those promoting climate change. Plate Tectonics History of plate tectonics • Ancients did not believe in tectonic separation• In 1620, Sir Francis Bacon noted that Africa and South America looked like they could have fit together• Similar animal fossils and other pieces of evidence started getting scientists' attention• In 1925, Alfred Wegener formally proposed plate tectonic theory and was ridiculed.• In 1930, Wegener died while on expedition in Greenland, trying to find evidence for his theory.• In the late 1960s, almost overnight, the theory of plate tectonics reached scientific mainstream. Evidence for plate tectonics: • Paleomagnetic data• Similar rock outcroppings• Fossil evidence• Spreading of the sea floor• Direct evidence - we can observe the movement! Challenges to plate tectonics: • Where is the energy coming from?• Why are the continental plates moving like they are? “Even today, many questions pertaining to plate tectonics remain unanswered. Many exceptions to rigid rules have been found throughout the world. Although classical plate tectonic theory works well for oceanic crust, it has a difficult time explaining the motion of the continents”— Jon Erickson, Plate Tectonics, page 259. Challenges for Geology There are several concerns with geology as a science: • The principle of uniformitarianism is impossible to prove and so it's an assumption• Relative dating techniques can use circular logic at times
| Please excuse some possible microphone zapping | Recorded fall of 2022 Intro Song Credit: YAA! Koala @yaakoala Song: Do Mushies Not Coke Outro Sound Credit: YAA! Koala @yaakoala Song: Jamaica Interlude In this weeks BRAND new The BosBabes lifestyle sports podcast episode —your host Brittany Baldi chats with Megan Gonzalez Barlow— she is the CEO and founder of a brand called ‘Change the Label CO'. She is the daughter to MLB great Luis Gonzalez— he played around 19 years in the MLB. Megan is also married to Joe Barlow, a pitcher for the Texas Rangers. Megan opens up the show by discussing her mom's struggle with infertility due to a hectic baseball schedule and how Megan wound up being a triplet! — what a fun surprise for the Gonzalez family. 9 minutes in Megan describes what life is like as a triplet-- having both a brother and a sister. 17 minutes in Megan chats about where she was born— and it was a baseball related city. She also discusses what her and her family did during the MLB off season-- when her dad was in the big leagues. 25-32 minutes in Britt and Megan begin discussing her dad -Luis Gonzalez ‘Gonzo' lengthy career in the MLB— most notable were his seasons with the Arizona Diamond Backs, he even has a World Series ring! 37 minutes in Britt and Megan begin discussing both Megan's love for dance as well as her passion for fashion. 39 minutes in-- to the end of part 1 with Mrs. Megan Gonzalez Barlow— wraps up with her discussing her time at fashion school in Los Angeles California. She also begins chatting about creating her own brand ‘Change the Label CO'. We hope you enjoy part 2 featuring all things Megan! — including wedding plans and more. Please enjoy this podcast episode and be sure to subscribe to The BosBabes for FREE on our Youtube channel. Full interviews & vlogs are posted there! Cheers xo Visit MANSCAPED.com today! They are the leaders in mens hygiene and grooming. Save 20% off and get FREE shipping with my personal discount code BosBabes at their checkout. Head on over to 5hourenergy.com and use our personal discount code baldi21 to receive 20% off multi packs and get direct to door shipping! Please be sure to visit meditresse.com today if you or someone you know is experiencing extreme or mild hair loss— the hair specialists may be of assistance. To receive 20% off of your FULL Honeylove purchase use my link here https://www.honeylove.com/BOSBABES
Hile to the Extended Ka-Tet in this Round Table Tadd and Peter come together to palaver about the big Flanagan news and the implications it might have on a Flanagan Dark Tower. Also we have our Barlow for the upcoming Salem's Lot and it's not who we suspected, Also Netflix is doing a reality show that is very Bachman-esque and we take a look at a piece of a very in depth article on The Mist for its 15th birthday. Engage with the show by Email or Social Media! Subscribe on YouTube to join in for live streams of the shows. Check the website at DarkTowerPalaver.com or Patreon at patreon.com/darktowerpalaver
This episode is so much fun with Dr. B (William J Barlow) from Printpak and Jonathan Quinn from Pregis and Mr. Adam Peek How can advance recycling help make food packaging sustainable? Could we get to 90% PCR? Can flexible film packaging be sustainable? https://ororapackagingsolutions.com/Looking to improve the sustainability of your packaging today? Check out: https://www.landsberg.com/The views and opinions expressed on the "Sustainable Packaging with Cory Connors" podcast are solely those of the author and guests and should not be attributed to any other individual or entity. https://specright.com/ https://www.amazon.com/dp/1329820053/ref=as_sl_pc_qf_sp_asin_til?tag=corygathttps://www.linkedin.com/in/cory-connors/I'm here to help you make your packaging more sustainable! Reach out today and I'll get back to you asap. This podcast is an independent production and the podcast production is an original work of the author. All rights of ownership and reproduction are retained—copyright 2022.
I'd like to take an opportunity to interrupt this Scripture and Science class. We've just done three episodes on evolution. The first one covered the basics of what evolution is. Our second teaching evolution covered biblical problems and the third surveyed some scientific problems. Then Will interviewed Sam about his beliefs in both Christianity and evolution. I figured we'd just leave it there and move on to hear what Will had to say about geology. But after seeing various comments coming in, I decided it would be good to interject some of my own thoughts both defending my reasons for honestly engaging with evolution as well as my reasons for still not believing in it. My reasons: Lack of evidence for evolution Problem of first life Mutations as an inadequate mechanism Humans ill-adapted for survival Allegorical readings of Genesis are ad hoc Evolution undermines the Fall Listen to this episode on Spotify or Apple Podcasts —— Links —— We are doing follow-up discussions to these episodes on YouTube. Check them out! See other episodes in this Scripture and Science Class Check out Barlow's previous podcast episodes Learn more about and support the church Barlow and his team are starting in Louisville, KY, called Compass Christian Church Find more articles and audios by Barlow on his website: Study Driven Faith Support Restitutio by donating here Designate Restitutio as your charity of choice for Amazon purchases Join our Restitutio Facebook Group and follow Sean Finnegan on Twitter @RestitutioSF Leave a voice message via SpeakPipe with questions or comments and we may play them out on the air Intro music: Good Vibes by MBB Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported (CC BY-SA 3.0) Free Download / Stream: Music promoted by Audio Library. Who is Sean Finnegan? Read his bio here
For someone who's often thought of being a bit of a fuddy duddy, Ken Barlow has actually managed to attract the attentions of a remarkable number of women during his time on the Street! In this week's podcast, we take a look at all the ladies who've turned Ken's head and taken him to bed, from the more obvious ones such as Deirdre and first wife Val to some quite surprising characters including a certain red haired newsagent..! For part of the episode, we're also joined by Elle Mulvaney, who currently plays the youngest member of the Barlow clan, to find out how much she knows about Amy's randy granddad's romantic history in a game of 'Snogged, Married or Avoided?'
Richard Barlow is the CEO of Wejo, a publicly traded company that collects and analyzes connected vehicle data. Wejo gathers billions of data points a day from cars all over the world. Richard and Auren discuss the state of global connected vehicle data— what data points are out there right now, how many cars on the road are equipped with connected tech, and what new sensors could do in the future. Richard also explains how data sharing could help get autonomous vehicles to the next level and bring self-driving tech to the mass market. World of DaaS is brought to you by SafeGraph. For more episodes, visit safegraph.com/podcasts.You can find Auren Hoffman on Twitter at @auren and Richard on Twitter @RichardWejo.
Ethan Barlow is the co-founder and principal of Holding Ground, a design build firm in Bozeman, Montana. Before beginning his career as an architect, Ethan played professional baseball, worked in finance, and apprenticed to a master carpenter on an island in Maine.Full show notes at northstarunplugged.com
Happy Holidays! No new episode of BWB this week but we decided to rerelease our Lisa Barlow episode because it just felt like the right thing to do!Love you all and can't wait to chat soon.Top tier Housewife Lisa Barlow sits down with Kaya and Aaron to talk about the real Lisa. From her humble upbringing to her rise to boss status, Lisa touches on everything from motherhood to Sundance, fashion to friendship, and so much more in between. This Diet Coke icon is as enthralling off-camera than she is on. Sit back, relax, and just know that you'll leave this chat saying ‘Oh, I love that.'Support the showSubscribe to the Patreon : https://www.patreon.com/Bravowhileblack
Since it's inception, evolutionary theory has remained controversial for many. Although one might think only uneducated laypeople find the idea unpalatable, quite a sizeable minority of scientists too struggle to come to terms with Darwinism. In today's episode, Will Barlow explores a number of major scientific objections to evolution, including the Cambrian explosion, mutations as an insufficient mechanism, irreducible complexity, and the fossil record itself. Additionally, he briefly explores the issue of abiogenesis--the presumed starting point for any evolutionary development. Listen to this episode on Spotify or Apple Podcasts https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sdx6kuhRqQY&feature=emb_imp_woyt See below for notes. —— Links —— We are doing follow-up discussions to these episodes on YouTube. Check them out! See other episodes in this Scripture and Science Class Check out Barlow's previous podcast episodes Learn more about and support the church Barlow and his team are starting in Louisville, KY, called Compass Christian Church Find more articles and audios by Barlow on his website: Study Driven Faith Support Restitutio by donating here Designate Restitutio as your charity of choice for Amazon purchases Join our Restitutio Facebook Group and follow Sean Finnegan on Twitter @RestitutioSF Leave a voice message via SpeakPipe with questions or comments and we may play them out on the air Intro music: Good Vibes by MBB Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported (CC BY-SA 3.0) Free Download / Stream: Music promoted by Audio Library. Who is Sean Finnegan? Read his bio here —— Notes —— Scientific Objections to Evolution • Evidence problems (open scientific questions)• Methodological problems• Evolution or design? Evidence Problems The theory of evolution has several major open problems that are yet to be solved: • The Cambrian Explosion• Mutations The Cambrian Explosion Much of the fossil record could be viewed in a light to support evolution, but the Cambrian Explosion poses a big problem: • The theory of evolution requires slow changes over a long time• Cambrian explosion was a big change in a short period of time Simply put, what is the Cambrian explosion? • Evolution would predict species would diverge and lead to new genera, families, orders, classes, and then phyla• Most animal phyla (and many major classes within them) appear fully formed in the Cambrian period “According to modern paleontologists James Valentine, Stanley Awramik, Philip Signor, and Peter Sadler, the appearance of the major animal phyla near the beginning of the Cambrian is ‘the single most spectacular phenomenon evident in the fossil record.'”— Jonathan Wells, The Politically Incorrect Guide to Darwinism and Intelligent Design, page 16. Some scientists have suggested that pre-Cambrian organisms might be too delicate to make good fossils • Recent scientific discoveries have shown that this is untrue• Scientists have found fossils in the Cambrian period that are small and soft tissued Mutations Mutations are considered incredibly important to the evolutionary framework: • Recall that as populations are isolated and different conditions exist, random mutations lead to speciation (according to evolution)• Recent studies on mutation have challenged this understanding “Rather than mutations building up molecular machinery, improving an organism relentlessly, many mutations actually destroyed parts of a creature's DNA, or rendered some of the molecular machinery it coded for ineffective. It turns out that some of the mutations which break things can sometimes have a salutary effect.”— Michael Behe, “God and Evolution,” God is Great, God is Good, page 86. Mutations that break genes can have a positive effect. For example: • If a child receives the gene for sickle cell anemia from one parent and not the other, that child will experience more resistance to malaria Evolutionist Richard Lenski and his team observed a situation in bacteria where two successive mutations improved the survivability of the bacteria.However, there is one problem… “The first mutations to help were the breaking of genes. The bacteria rapidly lost the ability to make the sugar ribose (a component of RNA); for some reason that helped the mutant bacteria compete against non-mutants. A handful of other genes involved in metabolism were also deleted. Some bacteria had their ability to repair DNA badly damaged. Most bacteria lost the ability to metabolize the sugar maltose.” “The mutations were incoherent, scattered in different genes, with no recognizable theme among them. They were not in the process of building any new system in the cell. They simply took advantage of opportunities that helped them grow faster in their current milieu. This is what random mutation does, even when it ‘helps.'”— Michael Behe, “God and Evolution,” God is Great, God is Good, page 89. Methodological Problems The theory of evolution has many methodological problems: • Misleading Evidence for evolution• Irreducible complexity• The fossil record• Origin of life Misleading Evidence for Evolution Proponents of evolution have used several pieces of misleading information: • Haeckel's embryos• Miller's origin of life experiment Haeckel's Embryos If you look at many scientific textbooks, you will find a drawing of Haeckel's embryos.The problem is that they are fake! Miller's Experiment Stanley Miller conducted a series of experiments in 1953 to demonstrate that life could spontaneously arise: • Miller used an atmosphere of hydrogen, methane, ammonia, and water vapor — and life appeared!• However, that atmosphere is not the scientifically accepted atmosphere Irreducible Complexity “If it could be demonstrated that any complex organ existed which could not possibly have formed by numerous, successive, slight modifications, my theory would absolutely break down.”— Charles Darwin, The Origin of Species Michael Behe (professor of biochemistry) believes that there are many examples that violate Darwin's principles.He calls these “irreducibly complex” things “machines.” An “irreducibly complex” system is “a single system which is composed of several well-matched, interacting parts that contribute to the basic function, and where the removal of any one of the parts causes the system to effectively cease functioning.”— Behe, Darwin's Black Box, page 39. Behe uses an example from modern life to explain what he means by an “irreducibly complex” system: a mousetrap.Can a mousetrap work without a hammer, spring, or platform? Behe give many examples in his book of systems that, from a biochemical perspective, are irreducibly complex: • Blood clotting• Bacterial flagellum Responses to Behe: • Collins says that most of Behe's examples may have plausible solutions in the future• Dawkins argues that there is not an “all or nothing” nature to certain examples Behe gives• Lenski's experiment showed that bacteria could see successive mutations (two-step machine) The Fossil Record What about the fossil record? It is perhaps the only place where we can scientifically observe speciation (the change in species over time).Jonathan Wells challenges the fossil record. Imagine that you dig in your backyard and find two skeletons! They are both dated to 30 years ago. One is adult sized and the other is half of that.Can you assume a familial relationship? We can apply this type of critical thinking to the fossil record. Just because two fossil specimens look like they are related does not make them related. Consider archaeopteryx. Is it half-bird, half-reptile? Does it fit in the gap that evolutionists want?It does not. The supposed reptilian precursors to this animal are found after it in the fossil record. “We are not even authorized to consider the exceptional case of the archaeopteryx as a true link. By link, we mean a necessary stage of transition between classes such as reptiles and birds, or between smaller groups. An animal displaying characters belonging to two different groups cannot be treated as a true link as long as the intermediary stages have not been found, and as long as the mechanisms of the transition remain unknown.”—Pierre Lecomte du Nouy, cited in Strobel, The Case for a Creator, page 58. Origin of Life Remember that evolution does not describe the origin of life — the theory begins when life begins.However, it is interesting to challenge abiogenesis theories in conjunction with evolution. Challenges to abiogenesis theories: • The probability of randomly producing a “simple” protein are astronomically low• No natural selection available before life begins Evolution or Design? What is the best conclusion given the evidence? • If we believe in evolution, it still could be consistent with God-designed life and guidance.• If we don't believe in evolution, there is strong evidence for design in the living beings around us.• Either way, atheism doesn't do the best job of explaining the evidence.
We welcome back YouTuber, podcaster, and theologian Kristin Barlow to discuss the effects of growing in holiness. How is it that we become more of ourselves as we approach Christ? Kristin's YouTube Page Literally No Subtext with Dear Kristin This Jesuit Saint Has the Answer to "What Does God Really Want From Us?" The Living-Death of Crippling Shame Sin Can Kill You; Shame Doesn't Have To The Spiritual Direction of Saint Claude De Colombiere Questions? Comments? Feedback? Ask Father!
Rachel kicks off this week's 'Morally Corrupt' with a chat about the Bravo news of the week with Juliet Litman (1:10). Then, Rachel welcomes on Callie Curry to discuss Season 7, Episode 6 of ‘The Real Housewives of Potomac' (13:22), followed by Jodi Walker to break down Season 3, Episode 8 of ‘The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City' (37:43). Finally, Jodi Walker interviews Salt Lake City housewife Lisa Barlow about this current season and more (58:30)! Host: Rachel Lindsay Guests: Callie Curry and Jodi Walker Producers: Devon Manze and Chelsea Stark-Jones Theme Song: Devon Renaldo Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
WEDNESDAY!! We have another great show!! We have Entertainment Tonight's "Chief Real Housewives Correspondent" BRICE SANDER (@bricesander)! He is the best at interviewing and we get to talk ALL things Bravo! Plus, family update and so many pop culture stories from Taylor Swift to Denise Richards! Use the Timestamps! Go sign up for the patreon too if you want to be added to our What'sApp BravoCon message list! Released two new patreon only eps this weekend! patreon.com/sobaditsgood If you want to watch this on youtube go and subscribe to the so bad its good YouTube page! Go check it out! https://youtu.be/ngGQDuwbBRw I have decided to cover my new favorite reality show Netflix's Selling the OC from the creator of Selling Sunset. It's insane! Kate Legako (friend of the pod @middlekate) joins me to recap. If you want to hear recaps of the 8 episodes go sign up at patreon.com/sobaditsgood. Also, the Kardashian episodes will all be on the patreon only starting next week. Also, So Bad It's Good has merch now! Go to www.sobaditsgoodmerch.com to order yours TODAY! Also, So Bad It's Good has a voicemail now! 323-425-9542. Pleas feel free to call with your thoughts! If you do you are giving me full permission to use on the show! Also, I'm on CAMEO. I'll be filming in Dorit's Room so sign up today at cameo.com and search Ryan Bailey! Have a great week guys! Remember to subscribe and join me Monday thru Thursday for interviews with podcasters and reality stars, show recaps, Garth and Justin, Bill and Becky Bailey and so much more!! Plus, tell your friends. I, honestly, think there is something for everyone in these pods. The more the merrier! ALSO GO CHECK OUT THE PATREON patreon.com/sobaditsgood. Support what we are doing here. THANK YOUUUUUUU!!!!! If you're enjoying the insane amount of blood, sweat and literal tears of this pod consider telling a friend or rating us 5 stars on iTunes! Special shoutout to Maritza Lopez (Insta: @maritza.gif) for all of her insanely hard work creating these beautiful pieces of art on my instagram and patreon page!! Time Stamps are below. Use them. They are your friend. This pod isn't meant to be digested all at once! Contact me on Insta if you need me to send them to you if you can't find them! 4:32-Show Notes 15:30-Pop Culture stories 41:10-Brice Sander!!! Instagram: @sobaditsgoodwithryanbailey, @ryanbailey25 Twitter:@ryanabailey25 TIKTOK @sobaditsgoodwithryanb Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Emma and Isabel start by sharing a few noteworthy Bravo things that caught their eye on Instagram as they scrolled before hitting record. @bravooomg bath post: https://www.instagram.com/p/Ckw35TsMRSl/ Bethenny/Sonja: https://pagesix.com/2022/11/10/bethenny-frankel-sonja-morgan-almost-got-fired-from-rhony/ Brielle/Ariana Show: https://people.com/tv/brielle-biermann-ariana-biermann-filming-new-reality-series-cut-off/ RHOSLC ~5:00 They then get into a deep analysis of this week's Salt Lake City - Angie H & K, the Shah Exposed account, Lisa and Heather fighting over the tweet, Jen and Coach's relationship, and Heather and Whitney not seeing eye to eye. RHOP ~29:00 They then discuss all things Potomac, getting into Ashley and Candiace's dynamic (which really flipped from the beginning to the end of the episode), Karen Huger's position in the group, and Wendy / Robyn and Gizelle getting into it at the “Burn Session.” Codes: Dipseastories.com/CBC for 30 days free access Beistravel.com/CBC for 15% off your first purchase To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The Friends-Of battle for Angie Supremacy on this week's Real Housewives of Salt Lake City. Meanwhile, after choir auditions go off the rails, Heather and Whitney try to resolve their jizz feud, but the Barlow factor continues to create a divide.Watch with Crappens on Demand here: https://www.patreon.com/posts/74486381?pr=true
So much to talk about this week! In SLC, we are infiltrated with Angie H, who is this franchise's version of Kim D. Did her pretend amnesia of the basketball convo or the martini/spritzer mixup get us worked up enough to think she is a liar? Is Heather aligning with the wrong people? Would you buy The Book of Barlow? In Potomac, Robyn comes to Chris' defense potentially causing a crack in the Green Eyed Bandits--she is bringing it this season! Candiace tells us to make sure the fourth wall break is shown, much to Wendy's detriment of Mia lying. Is Mia lying? About Chris and about other things? Is Ashley is pretending to get a divorce or at least committing mortgage fraud?! We finally finish RHOBH. Are you Team Kathy or Team Rinna? Is Kyle the one who really suffers here? What did Erika hear in Aspen? Was Rinna abused and traumatized in Aspen? Will Kathy ever forgive Kyle? Can we finally take a breath now that the season has come to an end?! Come Judge with us!!!You can find us on social media:Instagram: @twojudgeygirlsFacebook: www.facebook.com/twojudgeygirlsPatreon: www.patreon.com/twojudgeygirlsCameo: www.cameo.com/twojudgeygirls2Podcast: ACast, iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.