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The Herd with Colin Cowherd
Hoops Tonight - Jason Timpf reacts to Netflix's "Redeem Team" documentary and shares why he thinks Kobe Bryant is "grossly" underrated, what went wrong for the 2004 USA Olympic team, and then compares the 2012 team starring LeBron James and Kobe Brya

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 25:16


Frist (3:30)Jason Timpf reacts to Netflix's "Redeem Team" documentary and shares why he thinks Kobe Bryant is "grossly" underrated, what went wrong for the 2004 USA Olympic team, and then (18:30) compares the 2012 team starring LeBron James and Kobe Bryant with Michael Jordan's Dream Team from the 1992 Olympic Games. #volume #Herd #ColinCowherdSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

In The Loop
The OG John Lopez Compares Yordan Alvarez to a Yankee Legend | In The Loop

In The Loop

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 10:11


After Dusty Baker compared Yordan Alvarez to Barry Bonds, the OG John Lopez takes it to another level and compares Yordan to a Yankee legend. 

The Colin Cowherd Podcast
Hoops Tonight - Jason Timpf reacts to Netflix's "Redeem Team" documentary and shares why he thinks Kobe Bryant is "grossly" underrated, what went wrong for the 2004 USA Olympic team, and then compares the 2012 team starring LeBron James and Kobe Brya

The Colin Cowherd Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 25:16


Frist (3:30)Jason Timpf reacts to Netflix's "Redeem Team" documentary and shares why he thinks Kobe Bryant is "grossly" underrated, what went wrong for the 2004 USA Olympic team, and then (18:30) compares the 2012 team starring LeBron James and Kobe Bryant with Michael Jordan's Dream Team from the 1992 Olympic Games. #volume #Herd #ColinCowherdSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

State Of The Lakers
Hoops Tonight - Jason Timpf reacts to Netflix's "Redeem Team" documentary and shares why he thinks Kobe Bryant is "grossly" underrated, what went wrong for the 2004 USA Olympic team, and then compares the 2012 team starring LeBron James and Kobe Brya

State Of The Lakers

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 25:16


Frist (3:30)Jason Timpf reacts to Netflix's "Redeem Team" documentary and shares why he thinks Kobe Bryant is "grossly" underrated, what went wrong for the 2004 USA Olympic team, and then (18:30) compares the 2012 team starring LeBron James and Kobe Bryant with Michael Jordan's Dream Team from the 1992 Olympic Games. #volumeSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

NinosCorner Podcast
Sark vs The Field - How he compares to his peers and All-Time Greats

NinosCorner Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 24:22


In this episode, @NinosCorner dives into Sark's first 5 years as a Power 5 head coach, and compares those years to 3 prominent head coach's first 5 years as a Power 5 coach. The results may shock you. Subscribe to my YouTube Channel: HERE For NinosCorner Sports, visit: NinosCornerSports.com Visit NinosCorner Sports Message Board: NinosCornerSports.com/community For NinosCorner Merchandise, visit: NinosCornerMerch.com Check us out on Facebook, Twitter, TikTok, and Instagram: @NinosCorner Purchase NinosCorner's 3 Books HERE --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ninoscorner/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ninoscorner/support

KentOnline
Podcast: Gravesend mum compares school to Belmarsh prison amid claims of ”unspeakable violence”

KentOnline

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 23:27


A Gravesend mum has compared a school to Belmarsh prison over what she's called “unspeakable violence” towards her children. Alexandra Mason claims her 13 year-old twins have been punched, verbally abused and threatened multiple times at Meopham Secondary. The 50 year-old's told the KentOnline Podcast she wants serious action to be taken against those responsible. The school haven't responded to our requests for a comment. Also in today's podcast, there are questions about the future of several businesses in Maidstone if an historic site gets turned into flats. A developer wants to transform the Grade-II listed Powerhub, but firms based there say it'll force them to close. Wildlife bosses have warned against Kent becoming a so-called investment zone - saying it's an attack on nature. It was one of the announcements from the controversial mini budget and would see planning rules made simpler so big developments could be pushed through quicker. Kent Wildlife Trust say 17 wildlife sites in the county could lose protected status if the plans go ahead - hear from their Chief Executive, Evan Bowen-Jones. Elsewhere, we speak to people living in a new development in Medway who say they're shocked it's within an area that has the highest burglary rate in the county. There were 6,500 burglaries in Kent last year - with 127 of them in the River ward. A foundation's being set up in memory of a little boy who passed away six years after being diagnosed with a brain tumour. James O'Connor first had surgery when he was just two, after spells of being sick and feeling dizzy. He passed away in February with his family by his side. His dad Carl, who's from Sittingbourne, says it was important they did something in his name. As we edge closer to Halloween, the boss of one of the biggest pumpkin picking farms in Kent believes the craze is only getting bigger. Our reporter Cara has been chatting with Charles Eckley - he launched the 25-acre Pumpkin Moon in Maidstone in 2016, but because of its popularity, has since opened a few other sites in the county. And, top of the table Stevenage - and former boss Steve Evans - are the visitors to Gillingham this weekend. The Gills are down in 19th in league two but will be looking to continue their three game unbeaten run.  

The Volume
Hoops Tonight - Jason Timpf reacts to Netflix's "Redeem Team" documentary and shares why he thinks Kobe Bryant is "grossly" underrated, what went wrong for the 2004 USA Olympic team, and then compares the 2012 team starring LeBron James and Kobe Brya

The Volume

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 25:16


Frist (3:30)Jason Timpf reacts to Netflix's "Redeem Team" documentary and shares why he thinks Kobe Bryant is "grossly" underrated, what went wrong for the 2004 USA Olympic team, and then (18:30) compares the 2012 team starring LeBron James and Kobe Bryant with Michael Jordan's Dream Team from the 1992 Olympic Games. #volumeSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Idaho Sports Talk
BOB ON HOW THE MOUNTAIN WEST COMPARES TO OTHER G5 LEAGUES

Idaho Sports Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 7:37


BRONCO FOCUS EVERY MONDAY-FRIDAY AT 3:45 P.M.: Bob Behler, the voice of Boise State athletics, joins Prater and Mallory for a conversation about Mountain West football and how the conference stacks up against all G5 leagues this season (plus the biggest MW games for the rest of the month).See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Berean Manifesto
S3EP96 - The State Of Theology Part 2

The Berean Manifesto

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 86:22


Pastor Newms: [0:00] Hey Pastor Newms how was your week? Okay so my week was good. Pastor Bill: [0:04] Pastor Newms how was your week? Pastor Newms: [0:06] I know we're trying to keep it semi shorter than normal so we can get into the 20 things we want to talk about tonight. Pastor Bill: [0:13] We got a live 1 through 15 last time right. Pastor Newms: [0:15] We did we got through 15 last time and we're trying we're on 16 and I think that some of these ones we might just go hey let's talk about this one in this one together at the same time as opposed to doing explanations because like. Pastor Bill: [0:29] Why would we do that? Pastor Newms: [0:30] Because 16 and 17 are almost exactly like my answers are similar because they feed into each other what is one is one is one is two is kind of, but anyway so my week was good it was busy with work, I picked up my suit I honestly thought about wearing it tonight just to throw everyone off because I'm the one who wears the t-shirt and you're the one who wears the collared shirt and so would be really funny if, I'm in a suit. … Pastor Bill: [12:51] All right so we are on week 2 of going over the state of theology. Pastor Newms: [13:02] And for anyone not live who didn't listen to week one do you want to summarize what that is quickly. Pastor Bill: [13:09] Sure so every year or every other year rather this group called The State of Theology and and Life Way that used to run like for Christian bookstores they put out a it's not really a survey. its statements, and then you, whether or not each statement is true or false you answer strongly agree somewhat agree not sure somewhat disagree or strongly disagree, surveys this year and then you know put out the results of their state of Theology and it's very flawed, very flawed from a data standpoint from a Believer standpoint and the reason we're talking about it is because, this is what people are talking about people in the world are taking this survey and then you go and you see this is what Christians believe and. Mmm the takeaways that people are saying this is proof of what Christians believe doesn't represent what I believe and it doesn't represent how I feel about my neighbors, and doesn't represent the way I see God and and all of this so we're going over it because, we need to go over we need to go over you know why do we believe the way we believe and you need to decide as a listener or viewer what you believe about these different items, that's what this is, last week we went through statements 1 through 15 so this week we're going to pick up on 16 and Jonathan suggested we just lump 16, 17 together because they're they're pretty close to the same thing they're like super close to each other. Pastor Newms: [14:58] Well well and and I think that's part of like what I wrote in 16 is basically saying 17, I agree with but 16 go ahead so let's jump into it. Pastor Bill: [15:13] 16. The Bible, like all sacred writings, contains helpful accounts of ancient myths but is not literally true. So 25 percent strongly agree 28 percent somewhat agree, 6% not sure 14 percent somewhat disagree and 27 percent strongly disagree, with this statement. Pastor Newms: [15:41] And and what is 17 and then we'll talk about both of them at the same time. Pastor Bill: [15:47] 17. The Bible is 100% accurate in all that it teaches. And the numbers on strongly and whatever didn't change enough to even really talked about the change in numbers more people agree, but that's really the only big difference between the results on the two questions. Pastor Newms: [16:08] The sides just kind of flipped. Pastor Bill: [16:12] Really flip I mean strongly disagree barely changed it all. The Bible like all sacred writings contains helpful accounts of ancient myths but is not a literally true and then the Bible is 100% accurate in all that it teaches so. On 16, example of accounts of ancient myths but is not literally true I put somewhat agree, and the Bible is 100 percent accurate and all the teachers I put strongly disagree now what did I put because my results aren't here anymore and I didn't write them down I think I agree with that. Pastor Newms: [16:55] So I put. So my problem is this is my problem is in both of these is the wording because. Pastor Bill: [17:06] Well it's always the wording but where's our. Pastor Newms: [17:08] It is 1 it straight says like all sacred writings, contains helpful so right off the bat it Compares it to all sacred writings so I have two right off the bat it's like no, not like other writings it doesn't it's not the same, because it's not myths like other sacred writings so right off the bat I had it's like no the wording makes me say no I disagree completely and then I put that I agree on 17, in that it's accurate in what it teaches and I think that's the big. Like a lot of people would view those two questions as very similar but to me they're completely different because, the Bible is not a set of myths rather a book to be studied and learned from I believe it's all true, I do think that as written by men inspired by God through the Holy Spirit and then translated that some of its meaning has been lost to understanding of the original texts and then I used First Corinthians 13:11 - 13 when I was a child I spoke as a child I thought as a child I reasoned like a child when I became a man I put aside childish things for now we see only a reflection of reflection as in a mirror, but then face to face now I know in part, but then I will know fully as I am fully known now these three remain faith hope and love but the greatest of these is love, is what I put for the first one because it's one of those words like it's true in that it was written truthfully, and it was truthful accounts and it is truthful retellings of those accounts because truth and inaccurate are two different things and then.  Pastor Bill: [19:14] So I'm going to a little bit of a different route. And in the cutting my head buds just died so I have to switch that out here in a second but in the concepts I believe that the Bible is accurate, I think there are certain things that people have claimed the Bible teaches, that aren't accurate and so there's that problem. Um and so I believe if the Bible was 100% literally true, and it was like we said before if it was a it was a complete lie, verifiable history book that you had no question on whether of on the veracity of it one way or the other then it would eliminate the need for faith, um Hebrews 11 verse 6 says now without faith it is impossible to please God since the one who draws near to him must believe that he exists and that he rewards those who seek him, and Hebrews 11:1 says now Faith is the reality of what is hoped for the proof of what is not seen, if the Bible is literally literal and it's 100% literal and everything in it is, just literally the way it happened and it's 100% right and it's a it's a guidebook for every way that you should live your life down to the letter t, then that removes the need for faith and I just, I believe that would be the case I don't I don't that doesn't make any sense to me. Groggy says but isn't faith that we believe that it's 100% ride so that's having faith in the Bible not having faith in God I've talked about that in the past that, I feel like a lot of evangelicalism if that's the right uses that word has turned the Bible into an idol, where we have more faith in this collection of writings then we do in in actually in God and in the whole he's leaning on the Holy Spirit, and so we elevated what is an amazing thing to something that it was never intended to be, it's not intended to be worshipped and holy and put Faith in it, we're supposed to be creating disciples and having faith based off of what we're you know we're urging each other to faith in Christ to faith in God and then we're replacing that with oh well I think them this book. Pastor Newms: [22:24] To me I mean to me we've had this conversation a lot. Well and that's where there's a difference like I was saying there's a difference between shrew, truth and accuracy like for example here's an example in the Old Testament there are places where they give numbers of people, and they say this number, of people were here this number of people were here is that number one hundred percent accurate, the fact that there are 5,000 people at the feeding of the fish well there was 5,000 men well okay cool but what is a man. Was there 5001 was there 4999 so it's like 5,000 the the language that we use, is different and the meanings behind languages tree is different so the accuracy isn't, as important as truth you can tell the story and believe it is true and have faith that it is true while you're telling it, does not mean it's a hundred percent accurate because you might have actually you know use your left hand instead of your right, when you're telling a story doesn't mean you are wrong or misleading or lying it just means it's not perfect like we aren't perfect and the people who wrote it on, perfect even Paul says go ahead no go ahead. Pastor Bill: [24:17] What Groggy said here on Twitch was but if the Bible isn't true then the stories aren't true then what we believe isn't true and you my friend have just nailed faith on the head. Without the possibility for doubt there is no need for faith you have to have faith. That God is real that's God sent his son that God that God that that this happened that that happened not because the Bible says it not because you believe that this book is accurate but because you have faith. In God not in this collection of stories is your mom saying you have to have faith in God not faith in the, if you have faith in the Bible then you're saying that this book is literal and true and and yada yada all these things that we've seen recently and that leads us into the next one which ties into it perfectly statement 18 modern science disproves the Bible. You can go look up a list of the ways that the Bible doesn't line up with science, and over time there's been things where the Bible and science have disagreed and it was literally that, um science then later had a revelation that made it line up with the Bible or people's interpretation of what the Bible was saying, changed later and they realized oh my gosh science got that right and we didn't understand what the Bible was saying, but then there's been other times where like David is praying and he says consider the ants who have no Queen, who works alone and you're like but we know that ants work in a colony structure and they literally have a queen. There's that instance where you can't look at what David said and say oh because he got included in the Bible what David said that literally means ants don't live in a colony and they work alone and and they don't have a queen well no, David believed that, that's all that it's their scripture is saying is David believe that the ants to and that was part of his prayer, but this whole idea of literal Bible and faith in the Bible and faith in the Bible causes not only Christians to look at the Bible and get things wrong but for people in the world so look at the Bible and go, well if they if they believe this is literal and 100% true I can find ways that it's not and so why would I ever even consider what they're saying. Pastor Newms: [26:58] And and so. Pastor Bill: [27:01] It's literally an anti-gospel position, to believe the Bible is 100% true and. Pastor Newms: [27:09] It's an interesting one so for the on 17 the Bible is 100% accurate one of the things I wrote is, the teachings and the principles are what should be focused on not the history, certain of the historical aspects in certain of the parts that are specifically just parts of letters like hey this is your man Paul like okay cool that's not necessarily inspired that's, he wrote that at the top of a letter so they knew who was writing it. Pastor Bill: [27:40] Man I left my coat when I was there last time can you bring it to me. For those of you listening to the podcast abatbrain on Twitch said I keep hearing a door shut. Pastor Newms: [27:57] Yeah sorry so um in second Timothy 3:16, all scripture is inspired by God for and is profitable for teaching rebuking correcting and training in righteousness and I think that's a part that we ignore, is that last two words of in righteousness the point of the Bible is for religious teachings religious correcting religious training not, everything else. Pastor Bill: [28:37] And a lot of people get that word inspire wrong as well. Pastor Newms: [28:39] Yes it's Breathed. Pastor Bill: [28:41] Inspired doesn't mean God whispered word for word what people should write when they were writing things that later got included in the Bible, Paul, you talked about it before Paul we look at things as in a mirror Darkly dimly lit you know, Paul's talking about looking in a polished piece of metal by candlelight and trying to describe something behind you in the room, that's back there in the dim dark with a crappy mirror this this is us when we're writing by inspiration. That is not anything like God whispering in your ear what to write. Pastor Newms: [29:20] Well and I think it's one of those where, there's a difference between an inspiration and a whisper like you said there's there's this idea people like oh well it's inspired which means. You know it's like got the Holy Spirit, then God are standing behind you and telling you exactly as opposed to hey you should probably talk about this which we've all felt as Christians that leaning towards something hey you really should probably talk to this person about such and such that's the same inspiration, they just were writing letters. Pastor Bill: [29:59] And things like when Paul's writing and he goes now I'm not sure that God sees it this way but I think he does I think God's on my side on this one, this is my opinion and I'm not sure that God holds this opinion but I think he does. Pastor Newms: [30:15] Yeah and so it's interesting when we start to look at stuff like that and I know there's a lot of people who and this is one of those things that me and you don't 100% agree on is the usage, of how you say certain things as opposed to what you're trying to say, because some people take it a lot harsher because you are more strong on this opinion whereas I'm like it's not, and you're like probably an idol and I'm like well it's, can be if you have done certain things and yeah because people are doing it right now no I understand what you're saying what this is one of the only topics we're Pastor Bill is actually harsher than I am let's be honest. And and, abatbrain said she thought the door was some sound effect I might be hitting somewhere because it's exactly the same every time and that's just coincidence. Pastor Bill: [31:18] They're just over there randomly hitting a sound effect button just like tink. Pastor Newms: [31:22] Which which let's be honest that is. Pastor Bill: [31:25] I don't hear it in my ear bud. Pastor Newms: [31:26] That is something I would do let's be clear I mean let's be honest that is something I would do just to mess with people so it's a valid question, cuz if I was doing it, I would if I was doing it I would be like until someone says something every so many seconds that I've rolled on this dice I'm going to press this button and so um anyway number 19. Pastor Bill: [31:54] Yeah we're on the number 19 number 19. God chose the people he would save before he created the world. Pastor Newms: [32:02] Now so I want to start with this one because I made a boo-boo, when I was going through my text I made a boo-boo when I was going through and I was writing all the stuff down, I wrote disagree because I was trying to make sure I got through all of them and then I scroll back to the top and the worked back down through them to make sure I had them all. In the past I called myself a three-point calvinist Calvinism teaches that one of the, tulip one of the points of the Tulip is that. God selected everyone before and then. These are who's going to be saved the elect these are who's going to be saved everyone else is going to be saved some people even take it so far as to because of that we shouldn't even spread the gospel we shouldn't try to make disciples we shouldn't try to spread Christianity which is of course blatantly against you know the whole thing we're talking about, previously to talking about this which is we're supposed to build disciples and that involves preaching and if we're supposed to try to make disciples we can't know who the elect are so, you know I just put disagree no backup no nothing it's like just no I'm sorry, but I'm sure you probably did. Pastor Bill: [33:45] I also disagreed with this and I brought two scriptures okay for the first one Ephesians 1 chapter 4 through Ephesians chapter 1 verses 4 through 8 stick with me here okay. For he chose us in him talking about God, before the foundations of the world to be holy and blameless in love before him he predestined us, to be adopted as Sons through Jesus Christ for himself according to the good pleasure of his will, to the praise of his glorious Grace that he lavished on us in the beloved one the beloved one in this context is Jesus he mentioned them earlier, verse 7 in him we have Redemption through his blood the Forgiveness of our trespasses according to the riches of his grace that he richly poured out on us with all wisdom and understanding, pull the sounds like it backs up to statement doesn't it it sounds like. Pastor Newms: [34:45] No Pastor Bill: [34:47] He's talking to other Christians and he says he chose us in him to be adopted as Sons. Pastor Newms: [34:52] Now because he was. Pastor Bill: [34:53] Then we flip over to Second Peter 3:9. Pastor Newms: [34:56] He's talking about Humanity. Pastor Bill: [35:00] Mmm starting in verse 8 dear friends don't overlook this one fact with the Lord one day is like a thousand years and a thousand years like one day, the Lord does not delay his promise as some understand delay but is patient with you not wanting any to perish, all to come to repentance and then it talks about the day of the Lord's return in comes like a thief in the night, if the Lord predestined only certain people to be elected to be saved before the foundations of the world, and they're saved no matter what and those are the only people going no matter what kind of left they live right because that's the belief, then what is this disk delay that the Lord has hoping that everyone will come to repentance that everyone will be saved. It doesn't make any sense it's God's will that all, be sick not just so not just a few he didn't choose to see certain amount of people from the very beginning don't make sense. Pastor Newms: [36:07] And and the worst the worst part is can you make sure to put that scripture in the chat because I don't hear which one it was one of the, yeah please one of them one of the things I always find funny about the belief about the elect which is why I called myself a three-point calvinist because the belief of the elect is, another part of a bat another part of bat-brains you know something that a bat brain would make later, the it's a group of guano because it doesn't make any sense because. … Pastor Newms: it's crazy to think OK God chose this group of people and here's how you know, you know you were elected because you believed it if you question whether or not you were elected You're Not Elected. Pastor Bill: [38:01] Which is just that's completely. Pastor Newms: [38:05] Like ... Pastor Bill: [38:06] A cult answer from start to finish. Pastor Newms: [38:09] Like huh. Pastor Bill: [38:12] If you exercise free thought, you're obviously not chosen obviously you're not so. Pastor Newms: [38:20] It's like I doubt whether or not I ate I'm trying to remember if I took my pills each day like I don't remember if I did or didn't do did you do this, I honestly can't answer that Zaydie I don't know whether I did the thing that you're wanting to tell me that I did or not I don't remember I might have unloaded I might have put that dirty dish right there I might have you know it's so I don't know, like it's just funny to me that's like if you question then you a question did I put a shirt on today yeah no I am wearing one. Pastor Bill: [38:56] There's I think therefore I am. Pastor Newms: [38:59] Exactly exactly it. Pastor Bill: [39:00] So I think I'm saved and I guess I am I don't know. Pastor Newms: [39:04] It's absolute Bonkers okay number whatever. Pastor Bill: [39:09] All right number 20. … Pastor Bill: [39:23] Number 20 and you you jumped right into this one last week because you were like we're gonna hit that hard even though we weren't there yet 20. Hell is a real place where certain people will be punished forever. And of course we're going to jump to Revelations and I want we're going to look at verses 7 through 10 and then we're going to look at verses 14 through 15 okay that's the first thing we're going to do. All right well I guess I'll read seven through 15 then and then we'll move on all right relations 27 through 15 when the thousand years are completed okay so let's talk about. Pastor Newms: [40:09] Real quick can we just lump in 21 and be done with it. Pastor Bill: [40:14] The whole chapter. Pastor Newms: [40:15] No no no the question 21 because I actually have this written down for 21 also. Pastor Bill: [40:22] I have 11 through 15 for 21 okay yeah. Pastor Newms: [40:24] So can we just say what 21 is and. Pastor Bill: [40:27] So 20 is Hell's a real place 21. There will be a time when Jesus Christ returns to judge all the people who have lived Okay, so like I like we always do you need context sometimes you in the Bible says when the thousand years are completed Satan will be released from his prison, okay so there's this time when the Bible says that Jesus will come down and he will rule the Earth. For a thousand years, and anyone who has ever been martyred will come with him. Now this is post Rapture post and it cries post a whole bunch of stuff right as far as the timeline goes, Jesus comes back anyone who's ever been martyred comes with him they rule the Earth they rule over the Earth read a thousand years well during this Thousand Years Satan is locked in Chains in the bowels of the Earth, as punishment for everything that he's ever done the Rebellion everything at the end of that thousand years he's released scot-free, Penance paid. Right he's paid his Penance he's free to go he can step into eternity as an angel he's scot-free Satan released from his prison, but that's not what he does he doesn't go on scot-free he will go out to deceive the Nations at the Four Corners of the earth Gog and Magog to gather them for battle the number is like the sand of the sea, they came up across the breadth of the earth and surrounded the encampment of the Saints. The Beloved City the in fire came down from heaven and consumed them, the devil who deceived them was thrown into the Lake of Fire and sulfur where the Beast and the false prophet are and they will be tormented day and night forever and ever that verse verse 10 right there that's hell, that's Satan or the devil, and all of the Beast and the false prophets and the fallen angels, they're all being thrown into hell to be torture, verse 11 then I saw. Pastor Newms: [42:46] Not a fun place he rules not a fun place he rules. Pastor Bill: [42:51] No not a place he rules it doesn't rule there. Pastor Newms: [42:54] Such a bad misconception. Pastor Bill: [42:57] For all of eternity, then I saw a great white throne and one seated on it Earth and Heaven fled from his presence and no place was found for them, I also saw the Dead the Great and the small standing Before the Throne and books were opened, another book was opened which is The Book of Life and the dead were judged according to their works by what was written in the books, then the sea gave up the dead that were in it and death and Hades or steel is that word the place of the dead before Christ did what he did gave up the dead that were in them, each one was judged according to their Works death and Hades so, no more death and chill were thrown into the Lake of Fire. Pastor Newms: [43:45] The places themselves. Pastor Bill: [43:46] This is the second death yeah but that the entity and the place itself this is the second death the Lake of Fire and anyone whose name was not found written in the Book of Life, was thrown into the Lake of Fire right so several books some books to judge everything you ever did while you were alive, and then the one book that actually matters the pass or fail are you in the Book of Life did you have faith you know believe and in. Like we said last time it's more complicated than that because if you're shocked if you're casting a brush over all of creation you've got people that live on islands that have never heard you've got and so, extenuating circumstances God gets to decide it's God's decision it's not our decision. Pastor Newms: [44:39] He's who writes in the book and he's the one who judges on the book so. Pastor Bill: [44:44] Jesus said the only way to the father is through him right. Pastor Newms: [44:48] Right. Pastor Bill: [44:50] Then Jesus is free to reach out, at any point did anyone in the world at any time in the right way at the right time you know it's a whole thing and it's out of my hands it's not something I can do. So yeah so that. Did you want to add anything to that? Pastor Newms: [45:12] So I touched last time hard on it because you know. I tend to go hard sometimes when I'm not paying attention and get preachy not that I've ever been overcome with that before but I think it's I think it's so important to is Hell real, yes is the hell that we understand real no is anyone. Pastor Bill: [45:40] The hell that we modernly attribute to what exists comes from Dante's Inferno. Pastor Newms: [45:46] Right is hell. A place where the devil rules and ect ect no no no it is a Lake of Fire. Pastor Bill: [46:01] It's not even a place where people are right now. Pastor Newms: [46:04] Not the right where people are currently. Pastor Bill: [46:06] Not the lake of, not hell. Pastor Newms: [46:08] Lake of Fire in its is not where people are currently no no human people, there are certain Angelic beings that are not no they're not even trapped in the Lake of Fire they're trapped in Hades aren't they. Pastor Bill: [46:24] There are there's technically would be some that are in the Lake of Fire already. Pastor Newms: [46:29] From the from the chained up you know you made a huge amount. Pastor Bill: [46:33] You would have to go to some some extra biblical text to find the proof but yeah there are there are recorded some Angelic beings that have already been cast into the Lake of Fire. Pastor Newms: [46:44] Because they get opened up there at the very you know during Revelation and let free for a little bit to you know go mess around. Pastor Bill: [46:53] Well that's a different set of angels that are. Pastor Newms: [46:55] That is a different set I know but again fuzzy. Pastor Bill: [47:00] Those are good Angels aren't even bad Angels that's right there's the good guys, they're just so powerful and so overwhelming and so that. Pastor Newms: [47:11] They're in that area between they're not in, there in that area between what was Abraham's bosom and and Sheol and in the pit area just going a we're here we're waiting we're playing cards. Pastor Bill: [47:29] Playing card. Pastor Newms: [47:30] Time all right 22. Pastor Bill: [47:35] 22. Worshiping alone or with one's family is a valid replacement for regularly attending church. Y'all. Thirty-five percent strongly agree with the statement 32% somewhat agreed 9% weren't sure 14% somewhat disagreed and ten percent strongly disagreed listen, I understand. I do not go to a regular Sunday morning serve this and I strongly disagree with this statement, it is not a valid replacement worshiping alone or with your family is not a valid, for church and the reason why Church comes from a word that means Community right from the very beginning it was that Believers of different households, we joined Believers from other households and created a community to support each other, push each other and how they could outdo each other and extravagantly loving others and loving God, you don't get that when you're alone and you don't get that when you're with immediate family you just don't, the familiarity of family breeds, contempt and another word contempt is changed meaning over the years the basically it breeds this this this idea that not only do I maybe not can't, tell this person what to do but then when I do they don't have to do it I'm telling them to do you know like you can't tell me to do that I know you used to pee in the bathtub, that kind of thing. Pastor Newms: [49:27] Or I know you still pee in the shower. Pastor Bill: [49:29] I know that you still be in the shot yeah like it it doesn't work you need people from outside that Family Circle, that you Revere that you respect that have that edge on you to push you and doing good things for others to push you into loving God, it is being alone or just being with your immediate family that is not a valid, for regularly attending church but. Pastor Newms: [49:58] Define what church is. Pastor Bill: [49:59] Isn't always. What we see as Sunday morning Gathering and Wednesday Matt Gathering and we will get to that in question number, 24 about what church is but no. Pastor Newms: [50:15] See I shoved it all in here and then in 24 I said see above so what I wrote is defined Church churches the mind, church church in my mind and the mind of early Believers were that you would gather to study and to learn with each other not just one guy, being the one that. And so I used the Acts 2:42 through 47 which they devoted themselves to the apostles teaching to the fellowship to the breaking of the bread and to prayer everyone was filled with awe and many work wonders and signs were performed through the apostles now all the Believers were together and held all things in common they sold their possessions and property and distributed the proceeds to all, as any had need every day they devoted themselves, to meeting together in the temple and broke bread from house to house the ate the food was joyful and sincere Hearts praising God and enjoying the favor of all the people every day the Lord added to their numbers those who are being saved and one of the things I found really interesting about 47 and I think this was the first time I noticed it was the early church was loved by all the people around them, because of the amount of love the early church showed which. Pastor Bill: [51:44] It's not that hard. Pastor Newms: [51:45] Very. Pastor Bill: [51:46] To endear yourself to someone it's not that hard to go up to someone and say hey what do you need, cool let's do it let's go do that thing let me let me take a couple of hours and let's go do that thing, and suddenly you've made a friend for life it's not that hard to love it's really not, it's not that hard to endear yourself to someone and make it to where they go oh my gosh you're a great friend what can I do for you how can I can I make your day as good as you've just made mine it's not that difficult to walk in love it's not, choose to make it difficult we say we are Democrat and I'm a Republican or I'm repelled you know I'm a Democrat or a Republican or oh I go to this church you got to be focused on these differences, that when you boil it down to brass tacks mean nothing and we allow those things to keep us from loving each other, the other Church didn't do that they didn't say oh will you believe in the Greek gods I can't love you or or oh you're a Roman I can't do that with you that's not what they said oh they loved their neighbors, to such an extreme that they had the favor of everyone to the point that when Paul who was Saul, came around to start killing people. It wasn't just the people in the church that were hiding the Believers the community around the Believers, them off and they would move their camp or they would hide them in their homes until Saul and his rating party left it was it was these non-believers were literally risking their lives, for these Believers because they loved them they loved the Believers because the Believers showed love.  Pastor Newms: [53:38] Yeah alright number 23. Pastor Bill: [53:45] 23. Christians should be silent on issues of politics. This is one where Pastor Newms and I disagree. Um we always have and I don't know if my earbuds just died again or you can I still hear you. Pastor Newms: [54:09] I don't know can you still hear me. Pastor Bill: [54:11] Okay yes I can hear you I just wanted you to be able to interject at any point if you needed to and if my earbud had died because you're canceling ear you're canceling thing with the system to and it just I don't hear everything going on on your end but so. 17% of people strongly agree with the, 13% somewhat agree nine percent aren't sure 21% somewhat disagree and forty percent strongly disagree that Christians should be silent on issues of politics, and I get it I understand that our system is set up the way it's set up and it makes people feel, like they have to be Hands-On and that it's not only a right but it's a duty that you have to do it. But, if we take a step back from all of that and we look at politics let's first let's look at our Representatives, if I ran for Senator, I would have to represent the viewpoints of all the political parties of the people, from my area I would have to represent all over the religious beliefs of the people from my area, and for me to just go well my Christian worldview and the way I see it is the way I'm going to do it is wrong. That's not secular. That's a whole damn don't stock right now you're coming out of much bigger if I gotta put this here but in and Swap this one out. Um so that's a religious government not a secular government and you only have to go as far as to look at what's going on in Iran right now. To understand that you don't want a religious government. Pastor Newms: [56:30] Like you said this is something we disagree on and worst of all is the the wording of the question should Christians be, on the issue of politics and that's where I have my issue and say I disagree because we should not be silent in our feeling of running the country but we should be very careful not to allow our Christian views to run over others belief subsystems and try to subjugate them the whole reason why the separation of church and state exists in America is the the founding fathers did not want one religion subjugating, the whole country the whole populace they didn't want anyone to feel, like they were being subjugated by a religion which is where some of them not all of them because it depends on which country they came from it depends on lots of situations of are the founding of our nation but lots of them came from oppressive governments that oppressed them and so they were looking for, a way to not be oppressed Ed so, what I pulled for this is a lot different I pulled John 15:12 this is my command love one another as I have loved you, and the reason I pulled that verse for this is because what's so important here is. There's a difference between being silent and forcing your belief system on someone else, speaking. Of how the country should be rant we shouldn't be silent on the fact that we don't want a road through a city that's around, this or we shouldn't be silent there are certain parts of politics that we shouldn't be silent on but if we are allowing our religious beliefs to, push upon people that's that's in my opinion where there is a problem, is that difference we shouldn't be silent in politics because there's a lot of that politics that have nothing to do with religion and there's. Pastor Bill: [58:59] There's a lot of politics that have nothing to do with I mean there's a lot of government that has nothing to do with politics. Pastor Newms: [59:06] Well and again that depends on the word that depends on. Pastor Bill: [59:09] Things you're talking about building a road here or there you're talking about local government. Pastor Newms: [59:14] That's still political though, because so and so wants it because he'll make more money if you build that road so and so doesn't want it because their Farms going to be cut off from such and such it is still that is still politics that is still political the problem as you mentioned is a two party system trying to prescribe one half of the country against the other half of the country which isn't, politics that's part of politics it's just the emotionally-charged part that we all think of, everything's political small town government is sometimes more political than big government this family runs the world you know etc etc. Pastor Bill: [59:57] I know you I know you already know everything I'm gonna say in this opinion and this you know issue but I believe in prayer and just trusting God to work it out, Romans 13:1 says let everyone submit to the governing authorities since there's no Authority except from God and the authorities that exist are instituted by God, um so I just pray and trust that the, authorities that God has instituted or gonna get it right, and I know that that's not always going to work out for me but the world's not really about me the Bible's full of times where it said and God appointed, so-and-so and so-and-so didn't like the Israelites and so he imprisoned them and it's like. Okay then that's you know, it's not all about me it's about what needs to be done and so I'm on the on the side of and that's why I mean I don't know if I've ever point-blank set it on the podcast but that's why I don't vote, it's because I believe that God ordains that leadership he ordains that Authority and it's my duty to pray and then trust that God will do the things that he said he's going to do that he's going to put people in place that, we'll do the things that need to be done and that he's going to move on those people to make policy and have things happen that align with his will for our country and for my life and, you know it causes a lot of arguments when you have that opinion and you have that viewpoint but once again, it's an opinion I'm not I'm not forcing anyone to follow my opinion good Lord Lord knows I could, turn this podcast into just me talking at a camera and then arguing with people online when they disagree with me but instead there's the two of us and we definitely don't agree, on this topic at least. Pastor Newms: [1:02:06] Yeah I mean there's a lot of things we don't and that's okay because that's not the point the point of Christianity is not a set of rules should be a set of rules it's. All right number 24. Pastor Bill: [1:02:25] 24. Every Christian has an obligation to join a local church Eighteen percent strongly agree 90% somewhat agree 8% not sure 19% somewhat agree disagree and 36% strongly disagree I somewhat disagree, because I don't think necessarily it needs to be a local church or a local church organization like I said before, Church doesn't always look like a Sunday morning service or a Wednesday night service or anything like that if we look at Matthew 18. Verse 20 this is Jesus talking he says for where two or three are gathered together in my name I am there among them. Church can be as small as two or three people who are believers coming together, to urge each other to love extravagantly urge each other to love God, take care of Orphans and widows I mean that's all James thought charge was was we should be taking care of Orphans and widows that's Church, that this is simply put that's church if you think church is going and hurting yourself into a crowded room to sing a few songs listen to a sermon and then book it without ever interacting with another human being, you're not going to church you still haven't gone to church yet all you've done is gone to a pretty show. Pastor Newms: [1:04:09] Some of them are really pretty too. Pastor Bill: [1:04:12] Yeah really pretty everything to add to that one. Pastor Newms: [1:04:16] No no I think we talked about it enough amongst other ones that are above that I don't need to add anything here. Pastor Bill: [1:04:26] Okay number 25 is starting to get fun y'all are y'all ready to start. Well I figured we should go an hour and a half like we did last time and then wrap it up next week. Okay 25. Sex outside of traditional marriage is a sin. Thirty-three percent strongly agree 20% somewhat agree 5% not sure 13% somewhat disagree and 29 percent strongly disagree, you know what the issue the main issue I have with this question do you know what the main. Let's talk about peanut butter. Pastor Newms: [1:05:32] Peanut butter should only be crunchy it should never be creamy and if you eat creamy peanut butter you're wrong. Pastor Bill: [1:05:39] What is traditional peanut butter. Pastor Newms: [1:05:41] Crunchy peanut butter. Pastor Bill: [1:05:44] You think crunchy peanut butter peanuts that haven't quite been crunched enough. Pastor Newms: [1:05:47] They've been crunched enough to be classified as butter. Pastor Bill: [1:05:50] So when you go onto the the aisle in the store there is conventional peanut butter, and then there's natural peanut butter you will never find traditional peanut butter because even the peanut butter industry recognizes that there is no such thing as traditional. Pastor Newms: [1:06:14] But the correct. Pastor Bill: [1:06:16] Traditions are torture driven. Pastor Newms: [1:06:18] Correct is Crunchy just in case where I've actually farmer firmer on this is the worst possible thing this is the. Pastor Bill: [1:06:23] Are you need to stop you taking it too far you need to stop. Pastor Newms: [1:06:27] I'm making a point and begin taking it too far though. Pastor Bill: [1:06:31] There is no such thing as traditional it doesn't exist oh well I mean according to the Bible, okay are you talking about a man can have as many wives as long as he can support and please them all which is the traditional Jewish point of view from the Old Testament are you talking about I mean what are we talking about, I mean heck even. Pastor Newms: [1:06:53] If you accidentally get a prostitute married you have to marry her I mean a prostitute pregnant you have to marry her like what are we talking about traditional. Pastor Bill: [1:07:01] There's the the one story about the guy who who went and spent the night with a harlot only to then find out that it was his daughter-in-law who couldn't give a son to his son and then she got pregnant by him and then that became one of the names of the tribes of Israel like, what is this traditional Marathon you're talking about, so I put down Ephesians 5 1 through 5 right and so we're going to we're going to read that but first let's talk about Sin for a second what is sin sin has imperfections. Is it still a sin for me to wear mixed clothing two different fibers. Is it imperfect it's not it's not in perfect not in my day and age, right maybe back in the day when they were mixing a fiber that was good for clothing in a fiber that was good for food together to make clothing and then that food couldn't be eaten. Pastor Newms: [1:08:17] If your clothing causes someone to starve IE child labor in another country, but then sells it to Walmart that the Pastor Bill is wearing. Pastor Bill: [1:08:30] Nothing to worry about. Pastor Newms: [1:08:30] I don't know either I just joking. Pastor Bill: [1:08:32] Ephesians chapter 5 verses 1 through 5, therefore be imitators of God as dearly loved children and walk in love as Christ also loved us and gave himself for us a sacrificial and fragrant offering to God, but sexual immorality and impurity or greed should not even be heard of among you as is proper for sale, no sexual morality no impurity or greed, verse 4 I've seen and foolish talking or crude joking are not suitable but rather giving thanks for know and recognize this all right so what is he doing here, he's telling you what you want to hear and then a saying but wait, there's a catch okay he says for know and recognize this, every sexual sexually immoral or impure or greedy person who is an idolater. Does not have an inheritance in the Kingdom of Christ and of God he's saying I'm not saying, sex is bad and I'm not saying, that you have to be pure in all of your sexual relationships I'm saying stop going down to the temples of the other gods and participating in their sex acts of worship. And then we take versus like that and say oh well sex outside of traditional marriage is wrong Paul said survive here in the fish, somebody said, he said don't go be worshipping idols and having sex with the Priestess the priest and the Priestess is in those out in those temples that's bad don't do that. Pastor Newms: [1:10:40] Because that's an act of worship of another guy. Pastor Bill: [1:10:40] So it strikes outside of traditional marriage of sin. You know we talked about don't do things that are going to lead you down a bad path. Pastor Newms: [1:10:51] So Pastor Bill: [1:10:52] Unprotected sex, with someone that you have no intention of making babies with or and or having committed relationship with long term that would definitely be back, unprotected sex when you know that you're carrying an STD bad is it I'm saying. Cut and dry it's not abstinence or. Pastor Newms: [1:11:15] And I think, I don't think and the verse that I pulled for this and this the same verse I'm going to use for the next one with an extra one but first Corinthians 10 23 and you everyone who knows me knows this is one of my favorite scriptures just because, it's one of those that's like argue with it go ahead everything is permissible but not everything is beneficial, everything is permissible but not everything builds up so like when you think about traditional marriage and you think about relationships and you think about boyfriends and girlfriends and boyfriends and girlfriends and boyfriends and girlfriends is that beneficial. Not always if you set yourself up in a mindset of it's fine I'll get another one. Pastor Bill: [1:12:03] Yeah most of the time teenage sex is bad. Pastor Newms: [1:12:08] Because of. Pastor Bill: [1:12:09] Teaches you this world view of have it and lose it have it and lose it have it and lose it and then when you go to have a committed relationship your mindset is on have it in. Pastor Newms: [1:12:22] I'll get married if he leaves me it's fine if he makes me mad I'll leave if she doesn't cook well it's okay I'll just get another one you know that mindset. Pastor Bill: [1:12:34] And it's harder. Pastor Newms: [1:12:35] Yeah doesn't mean. Pastor Bill: [1:12:38] Impossible I'm not even by any means. Pastor Newms: [1:12:40] Not impossible. Pastor Bill: [1:12:41] You did then you're doomed that's not what I'm saying at all. Pastor Newms: [1:12:44] No Pastor Bill: [1:12:45] There are lots of people who have had lots of premarital sex who have had you know happy marriages and and been married for a long years I'm not saying it's it's the exact rule I'm saying, is a complication it is something that makes life harder and so therefore it is something that should be approached. Pastor Newms: [1:13:12] And that's the aspect, exactly and a lot of it comes down to your relationship your mindset your you know there's a lot this gets really hairy in a lot of those types of situations, because a personal relationship with God not a, everyone is in the same relationship with God so and not everyone has the same mental struggles some people can take a drink they can drink whenever they feel like it, and they have no ill effects I can take a drink and I can drink whenever I feel like it and I have even fewer, regrets and ill effects than other people do until I realize that oh wait, I am craving it I am needing it I am that's an ill effect that other people don't have whereas I can drink all night and not have a headache the next morning so to me, you know and everyone is different and in all things we have to consider because everyone's different everyone's different. Pastor Bill: [1:14:34] Because everyone is different everyone is different so we're going to wrap up tonight on this next one. Pastor Newms: [1:14:38] I was going to say if you wrap up in between I'm going to get upset it makes no sense not to lump this one in and be done. Pastor Bill: [1:14:44] 25. Abortion is a sin. Hmm okay hmm. On a on a face value disconnected from reality I agreed with that statement. Because sin is just imperfection that's why right if sin is no more or no less than imperfection in your life then yes a portion is a sin but that's not what you're saying you're not just saying abortion is a sin. Pastor Newms: [1:15:18] That's not what the question says. Pastor Bill: [1:15:20] Abortion is a tragedy and an imperfect but if your focus, is there then you're already too late to the issue the issue isn't abortion it's the cultural failings of the church, and the government the whole kit and caboodle that led to the moment. Where a woman is left with abortion as a viable option I'm not talking emergency care. Pastor Newms: [1:16:01] That's different it's completely different. Pastor Bill: [1:16:03] Can see situations, yeah you make emergency you make an emergency call that's just that's just how it is. If anti-abortionists want to end abortion vilifying or criminalizing the women that are in these situations. Is an ineffective and quite frankly and Evil. And we need to do better. Pastor Newms: [1:16:44] Right and so I wrote a couple things I wrote Of course in answering this question I'm taking away medical necessity because, that is obviously the medical necessity. Pastor Bill: [1:17:01] Ectopic pregnancy or the mother's not going to survive. Pastor Newms: [1:17:04] Right or there or the baby isn't. Pastor Bill: [1:17:07] Different ball of Wax. Pastor Newms: [1:17:08] For example situations that we have now where we've seen in the country in the last couple of months where the baby is already passed, but because the CPT code for abortion covers removal of dead tissue, they can't have it removed so they're forced to continue it to term no know that we're not talking. Pastor Bill: [1:17:32] Times it's it's past the point where it can. Pastor Newms: [1:17:36] Yeah now. Pastor Bill: [1:17:38] Cano resorbed. Pastor Newms: [1:17:40] So in those situations I'm discounting those because if you even believe that, abortion as health care and abortion as health care are one in the same or different, we already are disconnected and that's okay but I'm discounting those because those are a given that they should be necessary because they should be, what I'm talking about is as Pastor Bill was talking about the Situation's of, using it as birth control not using it as I view it as a sin, but not for the same reasons disconnected from the situation sin is in Perfection and sadness is in Perfection and so because of that that's why I view it that way but. Pastor Bill: [1:18:32] I don't think the sin starts at the abortion though I think the sin starts, where we refuse to educate people on contraceptives the sin starts, where we refused to teach young men to take responsibilities for their actions, and that rape is bad I think the sins starts where we refuse to listen to our young women when they say they feel unsafe or uncomfortable in certain situations, like the sin starts way before the point where the woman has to make a decision. Pastor Newms: [1:19:09] Where we vilify women for what clothing they're wearing to high school because there's not a strap on their dress because it's distracting who's it distracting and why aren't we vilifying them, that not caring not loving. Pastor Bill: [1:19:25] - Vilifying them but teaching them I mean you can't vilify someone because oh my gosh your shoulder just tracks me but you can educate that person dude that's a shoulder. Pastor Newms: [1:19:42] Matthew 7 1 through 6 I also used in this, along with the Corinthians which is, do not judge so you won't be judged for you'll be judged the same standard as which you judge others and you'll be measured by the same measure you use why do you look at the Splinter in your brother's eye but not notice the beam of wood in your own and that's what we're talking about, in it's so much of this how can you say let me take that splinter out of your I look there's a beam in yours you're a hit hypocrite first take the beam of wood out of your eye and then you'll clearly see the Splinter in your brother's don't give what is Holy to dogs or toss your pearls before. Pearls Before pigs I said that right yeah or they'll trample them under their feet turn and tear you to pieces sorry, I'm so used to Pearls Before Swine when I saw the three words together in the csb using pigs instead of swine my whole brain just went out the window, the. Pastor Bill: [1:20:52] They're not actually talking about. Pastor Newms: [1:20:54] Actual pigs. Pastor Bill: [1:20:55] The animal that pork comes from. Pastor Newms: [1:20:58] The point I have their the reason I pulled that especially is the problem is is, like Pastor Bill was saying we there are so many mistakes along this whole Road that, we then try to vilify the last step, and you're like whoa what about all of this that should have been talked about we have failed, as the church-going abstinence is the only way why because the Bible says so we're because it does and then expecting, people to live that way and like we were talking about earlier in politics, bringing your religion to subjugate someone else all of these are sin all of these are issues because they're not. Pastor Bill: [1:21:58] And when things like that what was it 34 page list, of clergy members from that particular denomination that were sexual offenders during their service, some of them repeat offenders where they swept it under the rug they intimidated the woman things that you have no right. To vilify those young ladies when they're in that situation when. As a church as the church we're allowing these predators. To prey on them and create situations that, prop up and supports a systemic culture that lie to. Sin is not start at abortion is a consequence, of multiple systemic and cultural sins that led a young lady to have to make a horrible decision. And it is you can you can try to turn off your brain and turn off your emotions and numb yourself to it and over time you may be able to do that. But when you're first faced with that issue that is a horrible place to be a place that no woman should ever have to be. Ascend starts way earlier. And not necessarily with the woman. That's how I feel about that, so this was the breed Manifesto live recording of season 3 episode 96 we record live on Sunday evenings at 6:30 p.m. Central Standard Time, he go to our website EK K dot house to see which twitch Facebook and which YouTube we are live on so that you can join us in the chat like you've heard us comment other people have done this podcast does come out on Wednesdays at 7 p.m. There is a slight delay on when it comes out now I figured it would be better to put a week delay in there, so the podcast were recording tonight will come out next Wednesday but we recorded last Sunday night will come out this Wednesday gives a little buffer there for, working on the transcript and for something comes up which is good little buffer there, all right go check out the podcast if you're a podcast Tech person send this to someone if you think it might help them and definitely you know you can go to the www.stateoftheology.com look at these statements, find out for yourself do you agree with statements do you not and why the most important part is the why, find the scripture find something to back up what you believe and if you can't find. A scriptural belief to back that up if you can't find like we talked about the Holy Spirit the one statement the Holy Spirit won't tell you to do something that violates the Bible, well it won't violate the spirit of the Bible if you can't find the spirit of what you believe in the text. Maybe you need to adjust what you believe. And make it more in line with the Holy Spirit but only you can make that decision I can't make that decision for you. Pastor Newms: [1:25:44] Huh. Pastor Bill: [1:25:46] I can't tell you what to believe and that's kind of a whole thing the Berean Manifesto were Bereans because we don't take things taught to us at face value we have to go prove it for ourselves, in the Bible and someone teaching us someone's preaching prophesying we don't take it at face value. Pastor Bill: [1:26:04] Right we go when we prove it for ourselves we own our relationship with God. I love you guys I hope you have a great week. Pastor Newms: Stay safe out there. Pastor Bill: And until next time.

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Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 7:37


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Prater & The Ballgame
BOB ON HOW THE MOUNTAIN WEST COMPARES TO OTHER G5 LEAGUES

Prater & The Ballgame

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 7:37


BRONCO FOCUS EVERY MONDAY-FRIDAY AT 3:45 P.M.: Bob Behler, the voice of Boise State athletics, joins Prater and Mallory for a conversation about Mountain West football and how the conference stacks up against all G5 leagues this season (plus the biggest MW games for the rest of the month).See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Psychedelic Invest Podcast
Anand Shahi Compares Psychedelics and Cannabis Investing

The Psychedelic Invest Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 29:30


On this episode of the Psychedelic Invest Podcast, we welcome Anand Shahi of BAR Capital. BAR Capital is a family office focused on continuously raising the standards of excellence for the stewardship of wealth. Tune in to learn more about how the cannabis industry relates to psychedelics and how trends and patterns might allow us to predict future outcomes. As an investor himself, Anand shines a light on how these comparisons can lead to investment opportunities now and down the road.

Hodgetwins
John Stewart Compares Transgenderism to Cancer Treatment

Hodgetwins

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 16:14


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The Times of Israel Podcasts
IPO's Lahav Shani compares orchestra conducting to film direction

The Times of Israel Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 23:01


Israel Philharmonic conductor Lahav Shani speaks with Jessica Steinberg for this week's Times Will Tell episode, ahead of the orchestra's nine-city tour in the US, beginning in November. The tour is the IPO's first since the start of the pandemic, and Shani's first as its artistic director. Shani, 33, is a world renowned pianist, double bass player and conductor, known for his skills as a musician and conductor as well as for the young age at which he's accomplished so much. The rising star also became the chief conductor of the Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra in September 2018 and the principal guest conductor of the Vienna Symphony Orchestra. Shani made his first appearance as a soloist with the Israel Philharmonic in 2007. Six years later, he conducted the debut concert of the Philharmonic's 2013 season. (That same year, he won the coveted top prize at Germany's Gustav Mahler International Conducting Competition.) He follows in the giant footsteps of the legendary Zubin Mehta, who led the IPO for nearly 50 years. Shani speaks about the challenges of following Mehta, about conducting his friends and colleagues, and the wonders of seeking new sounds and music. The following transcript has been very lightly edited. The Times of Israel: Tell us a little bit about this nine-city tour in the US, which is your first with the IPO since you just took over as musical director very recently.  Lahav Shani: Well, this is going to be the orchestra's very first tour since the pandemic, and that's a very serious thing for the Israel Philharmonic, because it's an orchestra that used to tour almost all the time relative to other orchestras. I toured with the orchestra before, but not as a conductor, as a pianist, or as a double bass player. On our tour to the Far East in 2010 is when I really got to know the orchestra in Japan, in South Korea, etc. That was also the very first time that I got the opportunity to conduct the orchestra. Wait, how old were you in 2010? I must have been 21. I went there as a double bass player and as a pianist soloist, and Zubin Mehta was still the music director, he just offered me to conduct the orchestra I had never heard. I had just started to study in Berlin the year before, and the musicians really wanted to see if I could really conduct. And so that was really the real beginning of my relationship with the orchestra as a conductor. So now, finally, to go on a real tour and be the music director, and in the US, in fantastic halls, that's a really special moment. You are the official conductor of the Israel Philharmonic. You're also the chief conductor of the Rotterdam Philharmonic. How does that actually work in real-time?  Well, conductors usually hardly see their own home, unfortunately, that's one of the biggest sacrifices one has to make in this profession. There are 52 weeks in a year, about nine of them I do in Israel, about eight or nine in Rotterdam, and a couple of weeks more with each orchestra on tour. And then the rest of the time, there's a little bit of piano playing. You still have your solo career, you still perform as a pianist, right? I play and conduct. I play chamber music with musicians from my orchestras and with soloists, at festivals, And I also like to enjoy my free time every once in a while. But then I go to Israel, now, for example, to rehearse with the orchestra for concerts in Israel. And then after we've done all the concerts, then we would have a few days to just refresh the repertoire that we're going to take on tour. Because we have played this repertoire before, so it's not like starting from scratch for us. So there's a lot of discussion, of course, about your youth, your age, you're in your early thirties if I'm not mistaken. Yes. You're the first IPO musical director to be born in Israel, and dealing with this challenge of aging audiences. What does it mean in terms of the Philharmonic repertoire? Everything has to be looked at in the right context. First of all, we're just stepping out of these two years of pandemic everywhere in the world, during which classical music suffered. Taking that into account, the Israel Philharmonic is really blessed with one of the best audiences in the world, and we're already selling out concerts again in Tel Aviv, Jerusalem, and Haifa. This is really a blessing because it's not the same situation everywhere in the world. And our public is really loyal, there are great music lovers in Israel. The orchestra sometimes repeats the same program five, six, even seven times so that our entire Israeli public can hear the concert. So you're repeating it so that everyone can make it to the same repertoire. Exactly. So about three times in Tel Aviv, two times in Haifa, one time in Jerusalem. That's just to play for all of our subscribers. The problem of the age of the audience has been an ongoing thing for decades. Classical music was always something that the younger people didn't find interesting. The important thing for me is that anyone who has any curiosity for music shouldn't be afraid to come and try it out and not to think that if they don't know enough, then they cannot enjoy it. The idea is that you first need the curiosity, and the music will just take you over if you're really interested, if you allow it, and if you become an active listener. You took over for Zubin Mehta, and I can't imagine what that's like, to follow in those footsteps.  First of all, it's a big honor, no question. Zubin Mehta is, I would say, one of my mentors, one of the musicians that really inspired me to become a conductor in the first place. I've played with him many times in the orchestra, as a double bass player. I played with him as a soloist pianist. I went on tours with him, with the orchestra. So there's a real feeling of being almost colleagues, even when I was much younger. My relationship with the orchestra has been shaped for many years. So it's not like I just came out of nowhere. They kept inviting me back every year as a [guest] conductor, and as a pianist. They liked you? Yeah, they liked me. I liked them. Many of the young musicians in the orchestra are people my age, these are people that I know since childhood. When they named me musical director, it was not the beginning of a relationship, but rather a continuation. It actually feels very natural and very much the right thing to do, and very comfortable. We're very direct with each other, as Israelis are in general. I often get the question, how do you deal with people older than you? Or how do you deal with people who are your friends, and you are supposed to lead them and tell them what to do. This relationship is so clear and direct and natural that I feel very comfortable with all of the musicians, and I feel that they're happy to go together with me and explore everything. What about your multifaceted career? You're a conductor, a solo pianist, a double bass player. What is that like to be both a performer, a musician, and the one who is guiding the whole show? Well, at the end, it's the same thing. Making music is making music. However, the big difference between conducting and playing an instrument yourself is that when you conduct, you're always dependent on other people. You have your musical ideas, but you can move your hands as fast as you want or as loud as you can. It doesn't make any sound. It's other people that have to like what you do. They have to agree with you. You have to convince them, and then they might play as you think they should. And when you play the piano, it's just you and the keyboard, and that's it. And if you're in good shape and if you practice, there's a good chance that you might be able to make the sound that you imagine. So also, it's very healthy, in a way, as a conductor, to keep this physical contact with the sound, not to forget what it means for the musicians to make those sounds. It's not just that they do what you want and they do what you tell them. They are the ones who express themselves, and they're the ones who make the sound and try their best. So this is really a collaboration in the end. But if you really play an instrument often, then you don't lose this feeling and you don't lose the feeling of what it means to make sound for other people. I like that explanation. And then, given the fact that you have two different orchestras that you work so closely, what is that like in terms of what you produce? Is there ever any overlap? Well, any piece that I take for any orchestra, not just for my orchestra, but also when I'm a guest conductor, it is going to be different than other orchestras. And the rehearsal process, a lot of it is improvisation. You have an ideal way, let's say, in your mind, and the orchestra does something that may be slightly different than your idea, even though they see your body language and you're clear [about your intent], they have their tendencies or their habits, or they want to do something else. And then as a leader, you need to ask yourself the question often, should I just take what I have right now? Is it good enough? Is it better than what I thought? Or is it very far away? You try to stay as objective as you can, also as a conductor, because if you tell the musician in the orchestra, can you play it like that and not another way, there is a very good chance they will ask, why is your way better than mine? And it's a very fair question. So you must be able to convince the musicians why they should play one way or another. Or if you like what they do, also just say, actually I like that better than my idea. Think about film directors, for example. Most likely, they have a very clear vision, a very clear image of the entire film in their mind. But then they're facing these world-class actors. And the actors, sometimes they have their way to say the lines. So there must be very good communication between the director and the actor so that the actor is able to say things as he understands or as she understands, with their subtext. And if the director feels this could work well, then they should let it happen. And if not, they need to be able to guide them in another way. It's exactly the same kind of communication. I like that metaphor. Okay, last question. You obviously have many new beginnings happening in the next month and year, but what are one or two things that you're looking to bring to your plate this year? Well, repertoire is something that we determine one, two, sometimes three years before we actually play it. Sometimes it's a bit annoying because if there is something you really, really want to perform but maybe in three years, you won't like it anymore. Who knows? I want to continue and deepen the relationship with my orchestras. It's true that this relationship goes years back, but as music director, this is just going to be my second official season because my first season had to be delayed during the pandemic. So it's really about deepening these relationships and keep exploring different territories of the repertoire together and keep discovering our sound. The combination of a conductor and an orchestra needs to bring something unique, something that is different, and this is something that is to be discovered. It's not that I can imagine to the last note in my mind and the orchestra has to do exactly what I imagine. This is a process that we need to really understand each other better so that we're completely free to express the music and focus on the music itself and stay in the flow and in communicating it with the public. Times Will Tell podcasts are available for download on iTunes, TuneIn, Pocket Casts, Stitcher, PlayerFM or wherever you get your podcasts. IMAGE: Lahav Shani, artistic director and chief conductor of the Israel Philharmonic, which will head to the US in November 2022 for its first US tour post-pandemic (Courtesy IPO)See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Botica's Bunch
Ryan Daniels compares AFL Trade Week to The Gambler & yeah, it checks out

Botica's Bunch

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 11:08


‘Everybody's trying to hold, not fold and at some point someone has to walk away.'

Simon Marks Reporting
October 7, 2022 - "American Week": Biden, warning of Armageddon, compares Russian invasion of Ukraine to Cuban Missile Crisis

Simon Marks Reporting

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 10:03


Simon's "American Week", live for Tom Swarbrick's Friday drivetime programme on LBC.  Listen live every Friday at the new time of 5:45pm, or find it on catchup here afterwards.

Mike Drop
The Pitt Stop: Johnny Petrishen Compares Pitt's Current Adversity to Last Season's

Mike Drop

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 44:36


As a former Pitt Panther gets ready for one of the biggest games of his life, the current Pitt teams looks to rebound after one of their worst. On this episode of the Pitt Stop, Mike Asti and Mike Vukovcan talk what happened to Pitt against Georgia Tech and what it now means for the rest of the season. They also welcome in former Pitt linebacker Johnny Petrishen to the show to compare the adversity his team dealt with early last season to what the current group has to endure now. Petrishen also touches on training in Florida during a hurricane and his own NFL future. Before closing the show, Mike and Mike offer their expectations for the beginning of the Pickett era with the Steelers.

The Joe Pags Show
Biden Compares His Father to the Devil - Oct 5 Hr 3 Pt 2

The Joe Pags Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 21:19


Kamala Harris says to not listen to the government, and Biden compares his father to the devil. WHAT? PLUS – Interview with Kay Smythe! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Last Word with Matt Cooper
Movies : 'Nothing Compares' - Sinead O'Connor's Rise To Fame

The Last Word with Matt Cooper

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 14:33


A documentary about Sinead O'Connor's life and views has been released entitled 'Nothing Compares'. Brian Lloyd and Roe McDermott joined the Last Word to discuss. Catch the full chat by pressing the 'Play' button on this page.

Courageous Clergy
Fictional vs Factual St. Francis of Assisi

Courageous Clergy

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 18:28


Compares and contrasts the real St. Francis of Assisi versus the "fake saint" of social justice.

Dermot & Dave
'Nothing Compares' To Sinead O'Connor

Dermot & Dave

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 8:33


She's one of Ireland's most iconic musical artists, and now, we'll get to see the full extent of her talents. Sinead O'Connor has been profiled in a brand new documentary 'Nothing Compares' and director Kathryn Ferguson joined Dermot and Dave with what we can expect to see, and why Sinead's story is so powerful.

Tony Katz + The Morning News
Biden Compares Italy's New Conservative PM to Xi Jinping

Tony Katz + The Morning News

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 7:18


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Mad Radio
P&P - Correa Compares Himself to Dior, Brooks Kubena Joins, and Headlines

Mad Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 56:22


HOUR 2 - Seth and Sean react to Carlos Correa's comparison of himself to Dior, talk with Brooks Kubena from the Houston Chronicle about this weekend's Texans vs Chargers matchup, react to a feedback loop that was created on Chargers coach Brandon Staley's conference call, and do some Headlines.

The Bob Siegel Show
Hillary Clinton Compares Trump Rally To Nazis -The Bob Siegel Show Ep 507

The Bob Siegel Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 6:04


It's very common these days for the left to paint all opponents and dissenters as Nazis, but what kinds of standards, tactics and practices did the real Nazis exhibit? Click on your podcasting platform below to subscribe to The Bob Siegel Show: Apple  | Google | Spotify | TuneIn | Amazon | iHeartRadio | Blubrry | Deezer | Android | RSS Feed  Subscribe by email and get Bob's show delivered directly to your […]

CGM Radio - CrossNetwork Global Media
Hillary Clinton Compares Trump Rally To Nazis -The Bob Siegel Show Ep 507

CGM Radio - CrossNetwork Global Media

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 6:04


It's very common these days for the left to paint all opponents and dissenters as Nazis, but what kinds of standards, tactics and practices did the real Nazis exhibit? Click on your podcasting platform below to subscribe to The Bob Siegel Show: Apple  | Google | Spotify | TuneIn | Amazon | iHeartRadio | Blubrry | Deezer | Android | RSS Feed  Subscribe by email and get Bob's show delivered directly to your […]

Jon Marks & Ike Reese
Dan Orlovsky compares the Eagles offense to what powerhouse?

Jon Marks & Ike Reese

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 22:45


The guys play audio of Dan Orlovsky as he compares the Eagles to who?

So Bad It's Good with Ryan Bailey
Southern Charm Solo Recap Episode 14-"how long have you worked in food and bev" Plus, Erika Jayne's Pasadena mansion finally sells. Plus, the state of Saturday Night Live and how it compares to the Real Housewives!

So Bad It's Good with Ryan Bailey

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 107:03 Very Popular


TUESDAY! Southern charm solo recap!! This Thursday is the season finale and looks like theyre ending it with a bang! Love doing these recaps about these lovable weirdos! Plus, some pop culture stories before that. Use the Timestamps to skip around. 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!  SPONSOR:Power up your pleasure with Pom or any of the other toys from Dame Products. Go to dameproducts.com and use code SOBAD today for 15% off site wide. That's code SOBAD to take 15% off your first order at dameproducts.com  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! 4:20- Show Notes 6:00-Erika Jayne's House Sells 8:20-Saturday Night Live and how it relates to Housewives 25:35-Southern Charm recap Instagram: @sobaditsgoodwithryanbailey, @ryanbailey25 Twitter:@ryanabailey25 TIKTOK @sobaditsgoodwithryanb Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Hoffman Show
Craig compares Carson to Kirk + Ben Standig suggests moving Sam Cosmi to RG

The Hoffman Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 9:53


The Washington Commanders gave up nine sacks in their 24-8 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday. Craig and Ben Standig discuss what the team must do to fix their sack problem. Ben suggests that moving Sam Cosmi to right guard and Cornelius Lucas to right tackle might help with the team's protection. 

The Officer Tatum Show
Kari Lake: Cheney comments may be ‘best gift I have ever received'; Byron Allen Wins Big In Historic Billion Dollar Lawsuit Against McDonalds; Hillary Clinton Compares Trump To Hitler In Disturbing Interview; Study shows Biden presidency has cost the a

The Officer Tatum Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 89:45


The Officer Tatum Show is now available on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, and SalemPodcastNetwork.com.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Mike Gallagher Podcast
Hillary Clinton Compares Trump Supporters To Nazis & Arizona Gubernatorial Candidate Kari Lake Joins Mike

Mike Gallagher Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 61:41


KNBR Tonight
9-22 Henry Schulman joins KNBR Tonight with FP to talk about the Judge's race to 61 HR and how it compares to Bonds HR race in 2002

KNBR Tonight

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 22:49


Henry Schulman joins KNBR Tonight with FP to talk about the Judge's race to 61 HR and how it compares to Bonds HR race in 2002See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Issues, Etc.
2661. How American Abortion Policy Compares to Western Europe – Nate Hochman, 9/23/22

Issues, Etc.

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 17:27


Nate Hochman of the Heritage Foundation America Really Is an Outlier on Abortion

KNBR Podcast
9-22 Henry Schulman joins KNBR Tonight with FP to talk about the Judge's race to 61 HR and how it compares to Bonds HR race in 2002

KNBR Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 22:49


Henry Schulman joins KNBR Tonight with FP to talk about the Judge's race to 61 HR and how it compares to Bonds HR race in 2002See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Conservative Daily Podcast
PART 1: Brian ”Canncon” Lupo Tracks Election Narrative in Georgia, Compares to Truth in Coffee County

Conservative Daily Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 67:24


Brian Lupo, Canncon, of the Gateway Pundit joins the show to talk about the latest of the “election breach” in Coffee County, GA. Why has the media gone silent, and where is the government putting its resources on this investigation? PLUS: HUGE New Suit in Fulton County, GA against Dominion Voting Systems. IT IS OVER. If you want to support the show, you can donate here: http://bit.ly/cd-donate ​​The late Dr. Zelenko left quite a legacy for Americans fighting the COVID agenda. The Z-Stack Protocol is one of them! Your immune system can be weakened by over 300 immunodeficiency disorders, poor diet, lack of sleep, and adverse reactions to various vaccines. Get your Z-Stack right now and stay healthy amid the attack on our bodies at http://zstacklife.com/cdp 10% of Z-Stack profits go to the https://www.zfreedomfoundation.com/ This episode of Conservative Daily is brought to you by DCF Guns. We all see what is happening in America right now. It has never been more important for you to arm yourself, and most importantly, learn how to use your arms safely and effectively. Check out DCF Guns at: https://dcfguns.com/ Become a Conservative Daily member right now for massive savings on Faxblasts, discounts at Joe's Depot, and more perks like backstage time with the hosts of Conservative Daily! Use the link and sign up today! https://conservative-daily.com/forms/Step1b Make sure you Like, Comment, and Share! Text FREEDOM to 89517 to get added to our text list to receive notifications when we go Live! Please make sure you join our newsletter to receive our action alerts: https://bit.ly/joinconservativedaily Get you and your family prepared at the Brighteon Store right now and stock up on high quality storable food, survival gear, and the cleanest supplements on the planet! https://bit.ly/3PezXDd Liberty Cigars is a Patriot owned business with an extensive line of historically themed individual cigars and cigar collections including the Commander Series, Founders Series, and the Presidents Series. All packaging is proudly made in the USA by American workers. A truly unique gift for both cigar and history lovers. All orders over $76 will receive a free Patrick Henry cigar, the perfect gift for anyone who says, "Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death" this holiday season. Use code REPUBLIC at www.libertycigars.com Go to IPVANISH.com/daily and use promotional code DAILY - and claim your 70% savings. That's I-P-V-A-N-I-S-H.com/daily. If you want to support Mike Lindell and our show, use promo code CD21 to get up to 66% off at https://www.mypillow.com/radiospecials or by placing your order over the phone at 800-872-0627. When you use promo code CD21, a Queen Sized MyPillow is just $29, the cheapest it has ever been! Conservative Daily is on Rumble! https://rumble.com/user/ConservativeDaily We are now also going to be streaming on dlive! Check us out here: https://dlive.tv/ConservativeDaily Click here to donate: http://bit.ly/cd-donate Subscribe to our daily podcast at Apple Podcasts: http://bit.ly/ConservativeDailyPodcast on Google Podcasts (for Android users): https://bit.ly/CDPodcastGoogle We are also available on Spotify! https://open.spotify.com/show/2wD8YleiBM8bu0l3ahBLDN And on Pandora: https://www.pandora.com/podcast/conservative-daily-podcast/PC:37034 And on iHeart Radio: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/256-conservative-daily-podcast-53710765/ on TuneIn: https://tunein.com/radio/Conservative-Daily-Podcast-p1350272/ And on Podbean: https://conservative.podbean.com/ And now also on Audible! https://www.audible.com/pd/Conservative-Daily-Podcast-Podcast/B08JJQQ4M Support Joe Oltmann in his legal battle against Eric Coomer: https://givesendgo.com/defendjoeoltmann  

Conservative Daily Podcast
PART 2: Brian ”Canncon” Lupo Tracks Election Narrative in Georgia, Compares to Truth in Coffee County

Conservative Daily Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 54:35


Brian Lupo, Canncon, of the Gateway Pundit joins the show to talk about the latest of the “election breach” in Coffee County, GA. Why has the media gone silent, and where is the government putting its resources on this investigation? If you want to support the show, you can donate here: http://bit.ly/cd-donate ​​The late Dr. Zelenko left quite a legacy for Americans fighting the COVID agenda. The Z-Stack Protocol is one of them! Your immune system can be weakened by over 300 immunodeficiency disorders, poor diet, lack of sleep, and adverse reactions to various vaccines. Get your Z-Stack right now and stay healthy amid the attack on our bodies at http://zstacklife.com/cdp 10% of Z-Stack profits go to the https://www.zfreedomfoundation.com/ This episode of Conservative Daily is brought to you by DCF Guns. We all see what is happening in America right now. It has never been more important for you to arm yourself, and most importantly, learn how to use your arms safely and effectively. Check out DCF Guns at: https://dcfguns.com/ Become a Conservative Daily member right now for massive savings on Faxblasts, discounts at Joe's Depot, and more perks like backstage time with the hosts of Conservative Daily! Use the link and sign up today! https://conservative-daily.com/forms/Step1b Make sure you Like, Comment, and Share! Text FREEDOM to 89517 to get added to our text list to receive notifications when we go Live! Please make sure you join our newsletter to receive our action alerts: https://bit.ly/joinconservativedaily Get you and your family prepared at the Brighteon Store right now and stock up on high quality storable food, survival gear, and the cleanest supplements on the planet! https://bit.ly/3PezXDd Liberty Cigars is a Patriot owned business with an extensive line of historically themed individual cigars and cigar collections including the Commander Series, Founders Series, and the Presidents Series. All packaging is proudly made in the USA by American workers. A truly unique gift for both cigar and history lovers. All orders over $76 will receive a free Patrick Henry cigar, the perfect gift for anyone who says, "Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death" this holiday season. Use code REPUBLIC at www.libertycigars.com Go to IPVANISH.com/daily and use promotional code DAILY - and claim your 70% savings. That's I-P-V-A-N-I-S-H.com/daily. If you want to support Mike Lindell and our show, use promo code CD21 to get up to 66% off at https://www.mypillow.com/radiospecials or by placing your order over the phone at 800-872-0627. When you use promo code CD21, a Queen Sized MyPillow is just $29, the cheapest it has ever been! Conservative Daily is on Rumble! https://rumble.com/user/ConservativeDaily We are now also going to be streaming on dlive! Check us out here: https://dlive.tv/ConservativeDaily Click here to donate: http://bit.ly/cd-donate Subscribe to our daily podcast at Apple Podcasts: http://bit.ly/ConservativeDailyPodcast on Google Podcasts (for Android users): https://bit.ly/CDPodcastGoogle We are also available on Spotify! https://open.spotify.com/show/2wD8YleiBM8bu0l3ahBLDN And on Pandora: https://www.pandora.com/podcast/conservative-daily-podcast/PC:37034 And on iHeart Radio: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/256-conservative-daily-podcast-53710765/ on TuneIn: https://tunein.com/radio/Conservative-Daily-Podcast-p1350272/ And on Podbean: https://conservative.podbean.com/ And now also on Audible! https://www.audible.com/pd/Conservative-Daily-Podcast-Podcast/B08JJQQ4M Support Joe Oltmann in his legal battle against Eric Coomer: https://givesendgo.com/defendjoeoltmann  

Pardon My American
NBC Compares Martha's Vineyard Migrants To Trash... Quickly Deletes

Pardon My American

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 62:19


Topics include:   NBC Compares Martha's Vineyard Migrants To Trash... Quickly Deletes 0:00 - 11:28 Transgender Ontario Shop Teacher Wears MASSIVE Fake Boobs to School 11:29 - 27:35 Inferno Engulfs Huge Skyscraper in China 27:36 - 36:49 Psychic Used Asparagus To Predict Queen Elizabeth's Death 36:50 - 46:53 Feminist Men Are Twice As Likely To Have Erectile Dysfunction 46:54 - 1:02:24   Pardon My American podcast (PMA) is an opinion-based podcast that explores politics, entertainment, paranormal, and culture all while having a good laugh. They keep things lighthearted as they dive into subjects that inspire you to think and ask questions.   Support Our Sponsors ► Aura ► Ghostbed ► Fum   Support Our Show ► Website ► Buy Merch ► Patreon   Watch & Follow Our Show ► YouTube ► Rumble ► Rokfin ► Instagram ► Telegram

The Midday Show
Hour 3 - Michael Harris compares Spencer Strider to Jacob DeGrom

The Midday Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 37:43


In the final hour of today's show Andy & Randy talk plenty about Falcons, Braves, Georgia & more before wrapping up the show with the AMA & their Take Aways of the Day. 

Unashamed with Phil Robertson
Ep 547 | Phil Compares Our Brutal Culture to History & What Jesus Did Before Age 30

Unashamed with Phil Robertson

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 56:08 Very Popular


Phil looks at the old world, compares the historical political climate to the brutality of the current culture ... and shares just how little has changed among humanity. Jase researches various ancient and abandoned cities and discusses the great feats that man once accomplished. Al talks about how man's toil and efforts without God can only be a waste of time. Phil talks about Jesus before the age of 30 and how he was practicing Jewish law before he began his ministry to the world. And Phil warns against the dangers modern American youths face as our culture deviates from the righteous path God has clearly laid before us. Watch the Unashamed overtime show, only on BlazeTV: https://BlazeTV.com/Unashamed Visit https://Keeps.com/Door and get 50% off your first order of hair loss treatment Visit https://BollandBranch.com and use code: ROBERTSON to get 15% off your first set of sheets Visit FaithfulCounseling.com/Unashamed and get the professional, faith-based counseling that you deserve, and 10% off for being a listener - Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Mac & Gaydos Show Audio
Kari Lake compares herself to Jesus

Mac & Gaydos Show Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 25:37


Kari Lake compared herself to Jesus Christ while speaking in a church. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Affirm America Podcast
Charlie Crist Compares Himself to Jesus Christ, Calls Opponent Ron DeSantis “DeSatan”

Affirm America Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 14:54


Top 5 News Headlines and Commentary for Tuesday, September 13, 2022. 1. DC Mayor Establishes “Office of Migrant Services,” Prepares to Transport Immigrants Out of City. 2. Questions Surrounding John Fetterman's Health Spring Up with Recent Picture. 3. Charlie Crist Compares Himself to Jesus Christ, Calls Opponent Ron DeSantis “DeSatan”. 4. Military Prosecutors Confirm Plea Deal that Avoids Death Penalty for Five Terrorists Charged With Masterminding 9/11. 5. January 6 Probe: DOJ Issues 40 Subpoenas, Confiscates Phones of Trump Officials.

Douglas Jacoby Podcast
A Tour Through John, Lesson 20

Douglas Jacoby Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 21:03


For additional notes and resources check out Douglas' website.10:1 “Very truly, I tell you, anyone who does not enter the sheepfold by the gate but climbs in by another way is a thief and a bandit. 2 The one who enters by the gate is the shepherd of the sheep. 3The gatekeeper opens the gate for him, and the sheep hear his voice. He calls his own sheep by name and leads them out. 4 When he has brought out all his own, he goes ahead of them, and the sheep follow him because they know his voice. 5 They will not follow a stranger, but they will run from him because they do not know the voice of strangers.” 6 Jesus used this figure of speech with them, but they did not understand what he was saying to them.Calling the sheep "by name" (v.3) does not mean that shepherds had individual names for each sheep.Rather, each shepherd used a different call.When flocks were commingled, they were separated once as the sheep followed the call of their shepherd.Concerning hearing God's voice (v.4), how do I distinguish what I know through scripture from what I sense God may be trying to tell me through life situations?Do I believe he could be leading me through objective sensations?(For more on this, click here or here.)In regard to verse 6, "figure of speech" (paroimia) is translated parabolé in the LXX. The two are functionally equivalent.Since the crowd did not understand the illustration (v.6), Jesus tries a more explicit approach (v.7ff).7 So again Jesus said to them, “Very truly, I tell you, I am the gate for the sheep. 8 All who came before me are thieves and bandits; but the sheep did not listen to them. 9 I am the gate. Whoever enters by me will be saved, and will come in and go out and find pasture. 10 The thief comes only to steal and kill and destroy. I came that they may have life, and have it abundantly."All who came before me" (v.8) refers not to the legitimate O.T. prophets, or to John the Baptist, but to the mercenary priests of the present hierarchical system and the Pharisees (see Matthew 23:13; Luke 11:52).It would also have applied, at the time John was published, to false Messiahs within Judaism, pagan saviors or redeemer gods within the various Greco-Roman and oriental cults, and even heretical teachers who had left the church. Yet it most directly -- and obviously -- applies to the leaders (Pharisees) in John 9. Remember, there were no chapter numbers originally; these sections are connected.Jesus offers abundant life (v.10). This refers not to material prosperity (alone), but to spiritual well-being (which may or may not entail material advantages).11 “I am the good shepherd. The good shepherd lays down his life for the sheep. 12 The hired hand, who is not the shepherd and does not own the sheep, sees the wolf coming and leaves the sheep and runs away—and the wolf snatches them and scatters them. 13 The hired hand runs away because a hired hand does not care for the sheep. 14 I am the good shepherd. I know my own and my own know me, 15 just as the Father knows me and I know the Father. And I lay down my life for the sheep.When Jesus claims to be the Good Shepherd, he:Utilizes a common biblical metaphor. For example, Psalm 23 says, "The Lord is my Shepherd."Underscores the importance of his personal relationship with the sheep.Identifies himself with the divine Messiah and son of David of Ezekiel 34. For more on the Messianic prophecy of Ezekiel 34 alluded to in this chapter, click here. See also Zechariah 13:7-9; Isaiah 40:11; and Psalms 28 and 80.Compares himself with the Jewish leaders, whom he clearly considers mercenary in their approach to shepherding. In Ezekiel 34 God himself rebukes the selfish shepherds of Israel, who had neglected the sheep.Recall also the shepherd passages of the Synoptic Gospels, especially Luke 15:1-7 and Matthew 18:12-14.The good shepherd lays down his life for the sheep (v.11).While it may be doubtful a shepherd would really risk his life for one sheep, it is certain that the Lord put himself at risk for each one of us.1 John 3:16, though using similar language to that in verse 11, refers to putting others first, more than to literally dying for them.16 I have other sheep that do not belong to this fold. I must bring them also, and they will listen to my voice. So there will be one flock, one shepherd. 17 For this reason the Father loves me, because I lay down my life in order to take it up again. 18 No one takes it from me, but I lay it down of my own accord. I have power to lay it down, and I have power to take it up again. I have received this command from my Father.”With respect to verse 16, see also 3:16; 6:51; 12:20,24,31-32. The Good Shepherd dies for all, not just for the Jews. The church was to include Jewish Christians and Gentile Christians, one flock.No one takes Jesus' life from him (v.18).He is not saying that he was not truly to be executed, but that this would not have happened apart from his will.It was all a matter of divine timing and the will of the Father.19 Again the Jews were divided because of these words. 20 Many of them were saying, “He has a demon and is out of his mind. Why listen to him?” 21 Others were saying, “These are not the words of one who has a demon. Can a demon open the eyes of the blind?”Once again, the people are divided in their reactions to Jesus (vv.19-21).Some said he was insane. For even disagreeing with the party line, Jesus us insane by definition. This reminds me of the old Soviet Union. Dissidents would be sent off to the gulag. (Anyone crazy enough to reject the superior thinking of Lenin and Stalin must be insane, and thus must be committed into psychiatric care!)Some said he was possessed by a demon.Others pointed out the bad logic of such positions, citing the miraculous healing of chapter 9.22 At that time the festival of the Dedication took place in Jerusalem. It was winter, 23 and Jesus was walking in the temple, in the portico of Solomon. 24 So the Jews gathered around him and said to him, “How long will you keep us in suspense? If you are the Messiah, tell us plainly.” 25 Jesus answered, “I have told you, and you do not believe. The works that I do in my Father's name testify to me; 26 but you do not believe, because you do not belong to my sheep. 27 My sheep hear my voice. I know them, and they follow me. 28 I give them eternal life, and they will never perish. No one will snatch them out of my hand. 29 What my Father has given me is greater than all else, and no one can snatch it out of the Father's hand. 30 The Father and I are one.”The setting of the this passage is the Feast of Dedication, or Hanukkah (v.22).Its origins lie in the so-called Intertestamental Period (c.400 BC-AD 30).It is found in the O.T. Apocryphal book of 1 Maccabees 4:59. (For the full text of this book, click here.)Ironically, since the Jewish Bible no longer contains 1-2 Maccabees, the only scriptural mention of this important Jewish holiday is in John 10 -- in the New Testament!Unlike the Feast of Tabernacles, this one could be celebrated at home.Jesus is walking under the cover of Solomon's Colonnade, which offered protection from the common winter rains (v.23). Of course this was not strictly speaking Solomon's colonnade (v.23), since the first Solomon's temple had been razed by the Babylonians in 587/586 BC.The crowd demands a direct answer from Jesus (v.24): Is he the Christ, or not? Jesus replies that the answer has already been given (v,25), but they didn't like the response (v.26).The reason: they lack faith; they aren't part of the flock.Unlike these false believers, true followers can rest assured in God's grace (v.28-29). See also the end of Romans 8.Jesus does not say that it is impossible to lose one's salvation, despite the common teaching of "Once saved, always saved." For more, click here.Jesus does not claim to be identical with the Father (v.30). They are one in action (the neuter hen), not one in person (which would have been the masculine heis). Recall that they differ in rank (order), not nature.Then Jesus adds that he and the father are one (v.30). That is, since he is one with the Father, and no one can thwart God's purposes, nobody can take disciples away from Jesus.This is a clear claim to divinity, as shown by the crowd's reaction in v.31ff. Jesus will also defend his divinity in v.34ff.In the Trinity, Jesus shares the same nature with the Father, but not the same rank, since the Father is greater than the Son (eternally).31 The Jews took up stones again to stone him. 32 Jesus replied, “I have shown you many good works from the Father. For which of these are you going to stone me?” 33 The Jews answered, “It is not for a good work that we are going to stone you, but for blasphemy, because you, though only a human being, are making yourself God.” 34 Jesus answered, “Is it not written in your law, ‘I said, you are gods'? 35 If those to whom the word of God came were called ‘gods'—and the scripture cannot be annulled— 36 can you say that the one whom the Father has sanctified and sent into the world is blaspheming because I said, ‘I am God's Son'? 37 If I am not doing the works of my Father, then do not believe me. 38 But if I do them, even though you do not believe me, believe the works, so that you may know and understand that the Father is in me and I am in the Father.” 39 Then they tried to arrest him again, but he escaped from their hands.In verses 34-36 Jesus refers to Psalm 82:6, where certain prominent Israelites are called "gods."Since Jesus comes directly from the Father and obeys his will, it is a fortiori even more appropriate for him to be recognized as God's Son.For more on this, click here.Note that Jesus refers to the Psalms as "Law" (v.34).Sometimes in the Bible the word Law refers to Torah (the first five O.T. books, or Pentateuch).Other times, like here, it refers to the entire O.T.Moreover, even if they were disinclined to believe him, honest minds should be led by the evidence to see the divine origin of Christ (v.38).Still the crowd is unable to catch him (v.39). He eludes them because it is not yet his time.40 He went away again across the Jordan to the place where John had been baptizing earlier, and he remained there. 41 Many came to him, and they were saying, “John performed no sign, but everything that John said about this man was true.” 42 And many believed in him there.Jesus returns to the (former) territory of John the Baptist (v.40), where he initially directed his disciples to Jesus (1:28-34). We've come full circle.He is positively received by those acquainted with John's ministry.It is evident that John was truly preparing the way for the ministry of Christ. Jesus was in no way "sheep stealing" from the Baptist.In verse 41 John's former followers admit that he had never performed a miracle.And yet according to Luke 1:15, in some sense he was "Spirit-filled" from birth.Thus it follows that being filled with the Spirit does not necessarily involve miraculous abilities or experiences.Many come to faith in Christ (v.42).In the next chapter (11) we'll read of one of Jesus' most dramatic signs: the raising of Lazarus from the dead -- also the seventh of the seven signs in John.Things to think aboutIn the last few chapters many have difficulties recognizing Jesus. This recognition may be analyzed:John 5-6 -- motivation -- people are improperly motivated.John 7-8 -- cognition -- people are unable to think.John 8-9 -- vision -- they are unable to see.John 10 -- audition -- they are unable to hear.Do I recognize the voice of our Shepherd? How well do I know his Word?Am I experiencing "life to the full" (the abundant life of verse 10)? Is anything missing?If I am a leader, why do I lead? If I am a church staff member, do I have the heart of a true shepherd, or is there anything of the mercenary in me?Do I appreciate the grace of GodNo external power can force me to leave God.Do I realize that I am the only one who can spoil the priceless gift of God in Christ?

Swinging Through The Sixties: The Beatles and Beyond
'Buskin with The Beatles' #22 excerpt - Ringo compares his drumming to Pete Best's

Swinging Through The Sixties: The Beatles and Beyond

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2022 3:12


The Midday Show
Hour 1 - Brian Snitker compares Spencer Strider to Tom Seaver

The Midday Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 36:04


In the first hour of today's show Andy & Randy talked about Strider's historic performance last night, last night's college football games and Georgia/Oregon tomorrow. Later in the hour Georgia Bulldogs Insider Radi Nabulsi joined the guys and told them why they shouldn't be worried at all about Georgia in Week 1

The Breakfast Club
South African Lion King Cast Member Compares Megan and Harry's Wedding To Nelson Mandela Prison Released

The Breakfast Club

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 7:51


Not Florida nor the Bronx but Donkey indeed!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Land Academy Show
How Your Land Business Compares to Other Small Businesses (LA 1839)

Land Academy Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 13:39


How Your Land Business Compares to Other Small Businesses (LA 1839) Transcript: Steven Jack Butala: Steve and Jill here. Jill K DeWit: Howdy. Steven Jack Butala: Welcome to the Land Academy Show, entertaining land investment talk. I'm Steven Jack Butala. Jill K DeWit: And I'm Jill DeWit, broadcasting from the Valley of the Sun. Steven Jack Butala: Today Jill and I talk about how your land business compares to other types of small businesses. And believe me, it's almost all good news, especially the way we have it set up now with the Land Academy membership group and funding and all of that stuff. So I'll go through the list here in a minute. Jill K DeWit: Cool. Steven Jack Butala: Before we get into it, let's take a question posted by one of our members on the landinvestors.com community, online community. It's free. We have, Jill and I started quite some time ago, several years ago, a full blown commercial printing company to help you get your offers to owners. In fact, that's what it's called offers2owners.com. We send out between 600,000 and a million offers on behalf of members and non-members. Jill K DeWit: Every month. Steven Jack Butala: Every single month. Jill K DeWit: Yeah. Steven Jack Butala: Check it out, offers2owners.com. Jill K DeWit: Cool. Now back to the question, which is coming on the teleprompter. Charlie responds. Okay, so this is a response to something else? Steven Jack Butala: No, Charlie just- Jill K DeWit: Oh. Steven Jack Butala: You can't believe everything you read on the teleprompter. Jill K DeWit: Oh, okay. Steven Jack Butala: Charlie's got a question. Jill K DeWit: Okay. Charlie wrote this question. "Anybody ever had an old communications tower on their land? I'm looking at one that has a tower. It appears to be in good shape, but is not currently being used. How would you go about advertising that you have spots for lease on your tower? Or maybe that's not how it works at all?" Steven Jack Butala: So when people are new in this business, they have, and we picked up all of these real estate habits our whole lives, and then all of a sudden we're a Land Academy member buying and selling land and we can't help it but to apply all this stuff that we've picked up along the way. Jill K DeWit: Right. Steven Jack Butala: This, in my opinion, is a massive attribute. And so many people think that they need to clear the land and make it presentable and change it somehow. Or if there's structures on it or an antenna, that it's bad. The fact is, and everybody piped in on Discord about this, this is a ham radio operator's dream. And I would try to market this property to them. A lot of years ago, Jill and I accidentally bought a property, because we didn't have all the tools that we are available to us now like Google Earth, that was on the side of a mountain. It was literally and some rock climbers bought it so that they could rock climb on their own land. Jill K DeWit: That's one of the things I always say, I want to stress is, whatever the property, I try to turn everything into a positive. You just have to accurately convey what's really going on in the property. Whether it's a serious slope or no slope at all. It's flat, grassy, perfect for fill in the blank. Or own your own rock climbing cliff kind of thing. Whatever it is, do it. Don't advertise is as, "Oh, you can build anywhere," when it's a rock climbing cliff, because you can't build on the side of that. You know what I mean? Unless you hang one of those tents on the side, but we're not even going to go there. Because if you don't properly convey what it is, you're going to have a refund on your hands or unhappy buyers kind of thing. But this is a good example. It's a positive for somebody. Every little thing is a positive for somebody. Even a falling down, it's funny we talk about this often, a falling down mobile home, that's a positive for people. Steven Jack Butala: Absolutely. Jill K DeWit:

The Bert Show
A New College Course Compares Taylor Swift to Shakespeare???

The Bert Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 7:13 Very Popular


A new English course at the University of Texas at Austin will examine Taylor Swift's lyrics alongside the works of classic lit by authors like Shakespeare, Keats, and Frost. And parents will pay for this. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Making the Argument with Nick Freitas
Former CIA Director Compares Conservatives to ISIS

Making the Argument with Nick Freitas

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 70:49


Former CIA director and head of the NSA Michael Hayden recently took to Twitter to suggest that "Republicans" were the most "dangerous political force" in the world today. How true is that claim?

The Howie Carr Radio Network
Liz Cheney compares herself to Honest Abe plus the NYT's swoons over Biden's aviators - 8.17.22 - Hour 1

The Howie Carr Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 38:43


The Cheney dynasty is over after Liz's primary loss and Grace talks about her odd speech comparing herself to Abe Lincoln. Plus a puff piece on Biden's aviators.

Off the Chain
#1074 Frank Downing | Wall Street Analyst Compares Bitcoin & Ethereum

Off the Chain

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 46:58 Very Popular


Frank Downing Is an Analyst at Ark Investment Management. In this conversation, we break down their new monthly report "The Bitcoin Monthly". Frank discusses bullish signals for Bitcoin, the macro environment that's driving the market, and how to think of Bitcoin & Ethereum together. ======================= The number one name in NFT domains and the world's most powerful wallet are teaming up to bring something new to the crypto and Web3 world: Either sign up for a free blockchain.wallet or visit Unstoppabledomains.com to buy your domain today. ================== Bullish is a powerful new exchange for digital assets that offers deep liquidity, automated market making, and industry-leading security. Combining the innovations of DeFi with the regulated environment of traditional finance, Bullish empowers users to trade with certainty and earn passively at scale across variable market conditions, in an environment backed by multibillion-dollar liquidity contributions from the Bullish Treasury. Visit bullish.com/pomp today to learn more.   Note: Bullish is licensed by the Gibraltar Financial Services Commission. Virtual assets and related products are high risk. Consult your investment advisor and trade responsibly. Bullish is available in select locations only and not to U.S persons. Visit bullish.com/legal for important information and risk warnings. ======================= FTX.US is the safe, regulated way to buy and sell Bitcoin and other digital assets. Trade crypto with up to 85% lower fees than top competitors. There are no fixed minimum fees, no ACH transaction fees, and no withdrawal fees. Download the FTX App today and use referral code “Pomp” to earn free crypto on every trade over $10. The more you trade, the more you earn. ======================= Valour (formerly DeFi Technologies) represents what's next in the digital economy -- providing simplified, trusted access to crypto, decentralized finance and Web 3.0 investment opportunities. Institutions and investors can gain diversified, secure, compliant, and easily tradable access to a diversified set of industry-leading equity products and protocols, through a single stock purchase on a regulated exchange. Currently listed on U.S. (OTC: DEFTF) and Canadian (NEO:DEFI) exchanges.    For more information or to subscribe to receive company updates and financial information, visit our website at valour.com ======================= BCB Group is the leading payment services partner for the digital assets industry. BCB Group provides payment services in 30+ currencies, FX, cryptocurrency liquidity, digital asset custody and BLINC, which is BCB's free, instant settlements network for the BCB client ecosystem. Find out more by visiting bcbgroup.com/pomp ======================= Exodus is leading the world out of the traditional financial system by building beautiful and user-friendly blockchain products. With its focus on design and user experience, Exodus has become one of the most popular and loved cryptocurrency apps. It's supported on both desktop and mobile, allowing you to sync your wallet across multiple devices so you can have access to your funds anywhere. You can instantly exchange around 100 different cryptocurrencies straight from your wallet. Interactive charts let you view an asset's price history and your portfolio's performance over time. And maybe the best part, Exodus is integrated with the Trezor hardware wallet - making advanced security easy for everyone.  Visit exodus.com/pomp for your free download or search Exodus on the App Store or Playstore. =======================