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Joe Biden and China's spy balloon. We're joined by John Dombroski, founder and president of Grand Canyon Planning. Today is President Ronald Reagan's birthday. Bill Bennett and President Reagan reciting the poem, "The Cremation of Sam McGee." See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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Here is one of the most interesting cultural shifts in the last 40 years. Cremation rates exploded from 5.7% to 57.5%, and this vision for burning up human bodies was let loose on the Western world in the 1880s by a Druid high priest from Wales. This makes for an ideal study of human culture and worldview because culture is religion externalized. Belief in the resurrection dropped off fast when the materialist worldview came on like a freight train into America and the West. What do you REALLY believe? What you really believe will betray itself in the compendium of choices you make in life . . . your cultural expression. This program includes: 1. The World View in 5 Minutes with Adam McManus (Alaskan Christian principal gets apology for forced mental evaluation, Vice President Harris omits “life” from Declaration of Independence, U.S. Embassy in Tanzania warns of imminent terrorist attack) 2. Generations with Kevin Swanson
Here is one of the most interesting cultural shifts in the last 40 years. Cremation rates exploded from 5.7- to 57.5-, and this vision for burning up human bodies was let loose on the Western world in the 1880s by a Druid high priest from Wales. This makes for an ideal study of human culture and worldview because culture is religion externalized. Belief in the resurrection dropped off fast when the materialist worldview came on like a freight train into America and the West. What do you REALLY believe- What you really believe will betray itself in the compendium of choices you make in life . . . your cultural expression. --This program includes-- -1. The World View in 5 Minutes with Adam McManus -Alaskan Christian principal gets apology for forced mental evaluation, Vice President Harris omits -life- from Declaration of Independence, U.S. Embassy in Tanzania warns of imminent terrorist attack- --2. Generations with Kevin Swanson
A new MP3 sermon from Generations Radio is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: Cremation Rates . . . 5.7% to 57.5% - The Biggest Cultural Shift in 40 Years Subtitle: The Biggest Cultural Shift Speaker: Kevin Swanson Broadcaster: Generations Radio Event: Radio Broadcast Date: 1/27/2023 Length: 23 min.
A dedicated brother wanted to fulfill his brothers dying wish which was to be buried. The problem was that in China, especially in densely populated areas, burials have been forbidden. Cremation is encouraged instead. In some instances, a dead persons will is not allowed to be executed without proof of cremation. In an attempt to get around the "no burial law" the Huang family had no idea that their actions, would lead to the death of another person and that another family would mourn the loss of their son and brother. DONATE: One time: https://venmo.com/code?user_id=3248826752172032881 Monthly: Patreon: https://patreon.com/user?u=42048051&utm_medium=clipboard_copy&utm_source=copyLink&utm_campaign=creatorshare_creator&utm_content=join_link Anchor: https://anchor.fm/twisted-travel-and-true-c/support Social Media Links: https://www.facebook.com/twistedtravelandtruecrime https://www.instagram.com/twistedtravelandtrue_crime https://www.tiktok.com/@twistedtravelandtruecrim?lang=en Gmail: email@example.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/twisted-travel-and-true-c/support
In Episode 284 Jeff Belanger and Ray Auger head to Haddam, Connecticut, to a location officially known as Cremation Hill -- a place where they say a farmer used to hire farmhands for the season, and then murder them and burn the bodies instead of paying them. There's some truth to the legend… this is the story and trial of Emil Schutte who was sentenced to hang on October 22, 1922, for the murder. See more here: https://ournewenglandlegends.com/podcast-284-connecticuts-cremation-hill/
We are more than the set of molecules that make up our bodies at any given moment, right? After all, our bodies are constantly trading out old dead cells and creating new ones, and yet we believe that there is a continuity to the "you-ness" of you and the "me-ness" of me. Christians also classically believe that God created the universe out of chaotic nothingness in the beginning, and so resurrecting us from whatever corners of creation our bodies have been are scattered to should be no problem for God. That would be true whether a person's body is lost at sea, fed to the lions in a Roman coliseum, burned in a tragic fire, cremated after death, or even partially donated in organs that others could use to live. In this episode of our new series on Honesty and Hope About Death And Dying, pastors Erica, Sarah, and Steve look at how we think faithfully about questions of cremation, burial, and organ donation--and how we communicate our wishes with those closest to us right now. As people who believe in God's promise to make us into new creations, we can both honor the worth and value of our bodies and also be open to using them in ways that could extend or help others' lives. Listen in on this important conversation here.
I know for certain, dear listener, that there's at least one thing you and I have in common - each of us is going to die.In this episode, we turn attention to that uncomfortable, sometimes distressing topic of death.Our guest is Dr. Randall Smith, author of From Here to Eternity: Reflections on Death, Immortality and the Resurrection of the Body.Dr. Smith reminds us that a proper understanding of death and the next world makes for a life that is more full of truth, goodness and beauty in this world. We also talk about what it means for the Church and the State to “do death well” - which includes rejecting the allures peddled by the transhumanist school of thought.Dr. Smith is a Professor of Theology at the University of St. Thomas in Houston, Texas, the author of numerous books, and a regular contributor to The Catholic Thing, an online Catholic news and commentary forum.ReferencesDr. Randall Smith (University of St. Thomas webpage)Dr. Randall Smith's columns at The Catholic ThingDr. Randall Smith, From Here to Eternity: Reflections on Death, Immortality and the Resurrection of the Body (2022)Support the showwww.crownandcrozier.comtwitter.com/crownandcrozierfacebook.com/crownandcrozierhttps://www.instagram.com/crownandcrozier/Please note that this podcast has been edited for length and clarity.
Pastor Jared gives Aaron the Intern a pop quiz and they discuss the following topics: The Chosen TV show, Jordan B. Peterson, Cremation, The SBC, and whether to sing Bethel Music. Submit your ideas for Off Script topics at www.kirbywoods.org/offscript. Follow us online! Facebook: www.facebook.com/kirbywoodsmemphis Instagram: www.instagram.com/kirbywoodsmemphis YouTube: www.youtube.com/@kirbywoods Podcast: kirbywoodspodcast.buzzsprout.com
Hour 1 William Repillem with co-host Laura Corvino having Alfred & Monika Schaefer talk about the psychopathic Cremation of Care ritual and Jewish tyranny and take a great call from
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A casket burned in the open air in China as funeral homes are grappling with overcrowding. A makeshift crematory is under construction in Beijing, set to house 200 new cremation furnaces. A health department in a Chinese province admitted to large-scale infection for the first time. The death of a Chinese official is casting a spotlight on Beijing's darkest secret. We hear from three experts. Could Taiwan defend itself from Beijing with the help of its allies? A think tank breaks it down. A Chinese spy who publicly defected from Beijing is losing his bid for asylum in Australia. ⭕️ Watch in-depth videos based on Truth & Tradition at Epoch TV
It's 2023 -- and more shady companies are selling body parts on the sly. Infrastructure attacks continue across the United States, prompting questions about a larger pattern at play. Canada is banning foreign homebuyers, and Japan is begging people to move out of Tokyo. Join Ben and Matt for all this and more in this week's Strange News.They don't want you to read our book.: https://static.macmillan.com/static/fib/stuff-you-should-read/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Cremation has become an increasingly popular alternative to traditional burial but is it something Christians should be ok with? This debate has only surfaced in modern times as before this the only acceptable form of funeral for a Christian was traditional burial. In fact every positive treatment of a deceased person in scripture involves burial. Why has cremation become popular? Is there any room for in the Christian worldview? Find out on this episode of Bible Bashed. Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCMxYyDEvMCq5MzDN36shY3g Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/BibleBashed Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BibleBashed Twitter: https://twitter.com/BibleBashed --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/biblebashed/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/biblebashed/support
This episode of Undeceptions is sponsored by Zondervan Academic's Masterlectures. Get 50% off your first three month subscription with the code 'Undeceptions50'. QUESTIONS Why did Jesus come during the Ancient period? I get why Jesus came (to fulfill God's promises and save the world etc.) but why the specific time period and place? Why didn't Jesus come in say, the medieval era? Or the 1900s? Why was it ancient Rome? In ‘The Flood' episode, you talk of the story of the flood as a piece of ‘high art' that should be understood as a retelling of stories that existed in the cultural climate. But would the ancient audience have thought like this or take it at face value as though they were real events that really happened? Do you believe that Adam and Eve are historical figures? In the episode called ‘Global Christianity', you mention the missionary impulse in Judaism: in the NT book of Acts we meet people who are described as ‘God fearers'. How many ‘God fearers' who weren't Jewish were around in the first century? And what motivated them to worship the God of Israel? Regarding the ‘Pro Life' episode, suppose a pregnant mother in labor has a series of complications. If she births the baby, she'll die. But if she doesn't birth it soon, the baby will die. Would it be a sin, if you chose the mother to live, and the baby to die? I teach school students who are blind or have low vision and some have a hard time understanding what their blindness means in regard to their relationship with God. I'm keen to know if you have a way to account for the descriptions of blindness in such a way that my students can hear the different passages and still see themselves as loved and valued by a good God, even if/when they are not healed, and despite the fact that some passages use blindness as a criticism. Can you help? Why is the Catholic and Protestant bible different? What are those differences? Should Protestants read the books that are in the Catholic Bible too? What can Protestants learn from those books? How have those differences changed how Protestants and Catholics view the world? I want to learn more about the Catholic faith and what happened before it became so ritualised. What was it like before the Catholic faith became the Catholic faith? What's the deal with burial vs Cremation – specifically around our renewed bodies that God will transform us into? Does cremation hinder this? The typical Christian answer to the question “Where does evil come from?” is free will. I.e. God made Adam and Eve perfect, but gave them free will. They decided to turn away from God, and now there's evil, sin and suffering in the world. But that argument doesn't really make sense, because free will doesn't necessarily entail evil. For example, God has free will, and he's completely good. God could have made us with a good nature, and still given us free will (like what we'll have in heaven). Based on this, it seems like God must have made evil. Or to phrase it another way, God seems to have made Adam and Eve with a propensity for evil, or made them too weak to cope with the moral choices he was giving them. If an inventor designs something and it malfunctions, it isn't really fair for him to blame the thing he's made for going wrong. We'd say that it's his fault for not designing it properly. So how is God not responsible for our sin? A friend follows Baháʼí religion and says there is essential worth of all religions is the unity of all people. They regard the major world religions as fundamentally unified in purpose. At the heart of their teaching is the goal of a unified world order that ensures the prosperity of all nations, creeds and classes. It all sounds nice, but how does it play out in reality, and how does it differ from Christianity? I have been reading your book, Bullies and Saints and was struck by your Chapter on the Inquisition. I get it, that the French Revolution in comparison had more deaths and other sorts of sufferings. However when a Catholic friend said to a Jewish friend (in my presence) that the Spanish Inquisition wasn't so bad, I wondered what the Jews thought of the whole issue? My Jewish friend just looked at him. Also what would be a helpful way to handle this issue when talking to people of other faiths, like Jewish and Muslim, who as you stated in your book were booted out of Spain? I was reading a book by author and pastor Mark Clark who said Jesus would have dropped his ‘h's, that he had a really distinctive accent, and that other people from Galilee dropped their ‘h's and that the people from Jerusalem would have thought they were really uneducated because of that. Any other interesting things from Jesus that we might not know from the Bible that would help us connect with him as a man who walked the earth as well as our Lord and Jesus Christ our Saviour. Visit the undeceptions.com for more content, including the full show notes for this episode.Follow the show on Facebook, Twitter and InstagramEmail the show with your comments / feedback: firstname.lastname@example.orgUndeceptions is the flagship podcast of Undeceptions.com: Letting the truth out.Theme music: JS Bach's Cello Suites, Prelude, performed by the Undeceptions Band. Hosted by John DicksonProduced by Kaley Payne Directed by Mark Hadley Audio Editing by Richard HamwiSocial Media by Sophie HawkshawAdministration by Lyndie LevistonWriter and researcher: Alasdair BellingOnline Librarian: Siobhan McGuinessCopyright Undeceptions Ltd 2023
New York has become the sixth state to legalize human composting, behind Washington, Colorado, Oregon, Vermont, and California. The process involves placing straw and wood chips into a container with the body and allowing it to decompose over time. Touted as a ‘green' form of dealing with death, one in which carbon emissions can be reduced from processes such as cremation - which involves an estimated 540 pounds of carbon dioxide - or typical burial practices using embalming fluid, concrete, wood, etc., can be replaced, human composting has opposition. The idea here is that not only is the human dirty, sickly and polluting while alive, but even after death we still continue to destroy the planet - hence why carbon dioxide is the focus rather than the simpler notion that we could just be reabsorbed into the earth in an ‘green burial'. 540 pounds so that family can have an urn with ashes is nothing compared to a one hour flight in a private jet which emits over 2200 pounds of the same stuff. There is no doubt that modern funerary practices use toxic chemicals and other resources, but this is not about anything ‘green'; it's about ideology. It's a distortion of life, a degrading of the human in the spiritual hierarchy, and a demeaning practice meant to offset C02 for the wealthy who can afford to pay for credits. Whether Christian, Muslim, or Jew, all agree that the body is sacred, as is the blood, and therefore it should be preserved as such after death. From cleanliness and exercise while alive, to preservation after death, the body is considered sacred in virtually every spiritual practice. But with modern scientific materialism, animation of the corporeal is reduced to spiritual fiction.
EPISODE 75 | Org Chart - Insidious Institutions Men with power meeting behind closed doors - an idea that makes some people pretty suspicious. Perhaps memories of old star chambers, which carried out extra-judicial proceedings, are what worry people. Or maybe it's just an inherent distrust of powerful people plotting to influence the world and reshape it to their own benefit, which just might also mean to the detriment of the rest of us, the 99%. We'll look at four real gatherings and groups, and one proposed international alliance that already has a few real-world components - the Bohemian Grove, Brookings Institution, the Bilderbergers, the Trilateral Commission and CANZUK, including the Five Eyes & Pine Gap. Like what we do? Then buy us a beer or three via our page on Buy Me a Coffee. #ConspiracyClearinghouse #sharingiscaring #donations #support #buymeacoffee You can also SUBSCRIBE to this podcast. Review us here or on IMDb! SECTIONS 02:29 - The Bohemian Grove - A high-end frat party 11:00 - Belizean Grove, Los Rancheros Visitadores, Roundup Riders of the Rockies (3R) 14:00 - Brookings Institution - A 1959 NASA report raises hackles 18:42 - Scott C. Waring looks at Mars, a lot 21:15 - The Bilderberg Conference - So many theories, Daniel Estulin really hates them 28:39 - The Trilateral Commission - Three is a magic number 38:13 - CANZUK - A good idea or racism in new clothes? 40:08 - Five Eyes & ECHELON 43:42 - Pine Gap is Australia's Area 51 Music by Fanette Ronjat More Info Bohemian Club website The Bohemian Club in Encyclopedia Britannica The Bohemian Grove and Other Retreats by G. William Domhoff Masters of the Universe Go to Camp: Inside the Bohemian Grove -Spy Magazine article, Nov. 1989 Bohemian Grove: Where the rich and powerful go to misbehave The Greatest Men's Party on Earth: Inside the Bohemian Grove by John Van der Zee on Amazon Bohemian Grove's "Cremation of Care" Transcript Them: Adventures with Extremists by Jon Ronson Alex Jones - Dark Secrets: Inside Bohemian Grove on Skeptic Project Sonoma County Supervisor To Bohemian Grove: Admit That It's Weird, and Sexist The Belizean Grove--Old Girls' Club Rising Sotomayor found friends in elite group Los Rancheros Visitadores article It's the Ride that Makes the Fun Verde Vaqueros website Roundup Riders of the Rockies website Roundup Riders of the Rockies article The Colorado Trail - Formative Years Remembered by Bill Lucas Brookings website The so-called "Brookings Report" Brookings Report forum thread on AboveTopSecret Brookings webpage about the NASA report Mars sleuths reckon they've found an ‘alien statue' on the red planet UFO expert claims to have spotted ‘weird elephant-like creature' on Mars Religious Aliens? Old Bible in NASA Photo on Mars UFO Sightings Daily YouTube channel Brookings Institution on SourceWatch Brookings president resigns amid FBI foreign lobbying probe Bilderberg website Inside the secretive Bilderberg Group on BBC Bilderberg: The ultimate conspiracy theory on BBC Bilderbergers excite conspiracists on Politico Bilderberg mystery: Why do people believe in cabals? Bilderberg: the world's most secretive conference is as out of touch as ever Bilderberg articles at The Guardian Bilderberg on SourceWatch Chantilly Laced: Holding Bilderberg and the Transnational Policy Elite to Account The Bilderberg File on DeepBlackLies Bilderberg.org - a green ink website Daniel Estulin website Trilateral Commission website Trilateral Commission document from Congressional Research Service Dealing with an Interdependent and Fragmented World: The Origins of the Trilateral Commission by Fulvio Drago Transnational Corporations and Intergovernmental Organizations: The Trilateral Commission paper Trilateralism edited by Holly Sklar Is the Trilateral Commission the secret organization that runs the world? Beware the Trilateral Commission! on WaPo Trilateral Commission Finds Itself a Bogeyman to Far Right Trilateral Commission on SourceWatch Who's Who of the Elite Members of the: Bilderbergs Council On Foreign Relations & Trilateral Commission by Robert Gayton Ross Sr on Amazon Rule by Secrecy: The Hidden History That Connects the Trilateral Commission, the Freemasons, and the Great Pyramids by Jim Marrs on Amazon The Trilateral Commission (Satan's Work Shop) on God's Sword of Truth - The Word Former Soviet Dissident Warns For EU Dictatorship CANZUK International website CANZUK: a New Commonwealth Superpower? Current issues the proposed international CANZUK union is facing Reimagining the Anglosphere Why ‘CANZUK' is an absurd fantasy Backwards, march! Brexit, CANZUK and the legacy of empire Australia's Pine Gap ‘hugely important' to western monitoring of China, says former British spy chief 50 years of Pine Gap Pine Gap ‘Spy base' Alice Springs: What you never knew about top-secret facility Pine Gap's new spy role revealed Pine Gap and Five Eyes: what did they know about COVID-19 Five Eyes on the world on Le Monde Five Eyes on Privacy International ECHELON on SourceWatch Pine Gap - Australia - Its Hidden and Covert Secrets on Biblioteca Playades ‘Pine Gap' Explores One Of The Most Secretive Places In Australia about TV show Australia's own Area 51: Pine Gap Hundreds of alien hunters vow to storm ‘Australia's Area 51' in raid on top-secret US base in the Outback Follow us on social for extra goodies: Facebook Twitter Other Podcasts by Derek DeWitt DIGITAL SIGNAGE DONE RIGHT - Winner of a 2022 Gold Quill Award, 2022 Gold MarCom Award, 2021 AVA Digital Award Gold, 2021 Silver Davey Award, 2020 Communicator Award of Excellence, and on numerous top 10 podcast lists. PRAGUE TIMES - A city is more than just a location - it's a kaleidoscope of history, places, people and trends. This podcast looks at Prague, in the center of Europe, from a number of perspectives, including what it is now, what is has been and where it's going. It's Prague THEN, Prague NOW, Prague LATER
This episode Christine covers the story of Mackenzie Cowell who disappeared and was murdered while taking a 15 minute break from hair school. Tayler covers one of the infamous celebrity feuds between Kanye and Taylor Swift. We hope if you had drama in 2022 you'll be able to SHAKE IT OFF. G&B out.
Jason Engler and Barbara Kemmis are back with their series Cremation Then and Now. Today they discuss how cremationists and others educated the public about cremation. Today's sponsors: The Wilbert Group Hilton Funeral Supply Have a story and want to be on the show? Connect with the guys on the net, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram
Welcome to You Haven't Blanked That! This week we watched Avatar. We talk about not seeing this in theatres, James Cameron is the Billy Mitchell, Titanic, What Forrest learned about James Cameron, Very Christian, Cremation, Costumes, Some Piece of Shit, Why is James Cameron better than M Night Shymalan?, Spooky Shit and Creepy Things, Sam Worthington, Hammerhead Elephants, Jungle Rottweilers, taming horses, plot holes, Chris Pine, Disney Animal Kingdom, Rapes Sky Raptor, Jesse James, an Elaborate Catfishing Story, The Moon is Down, An Honest Living, Wendell and Wild, Maneater, Neal Brennan Blocks, Cabinet of Curiosity, See How They Run, The Weird Al Story, Nope, On A Pale Horse, Vengeance, Mr. Mom; Planes, Trains, and Automobiles, Casablanca, Summer Rental. Opening theme by the Assassins Closing theme by Lucas Perea Email: Yhblankthat@gmail.com Facebook: https://m.facebook.com/youhaventblankedthat/ Instagram: (@yhblankthat) https://www.amazon.com/You-Havent-Blanked-That/dp/B08JJS7RSK https://anchor.fm/blanked-that --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/blanked-that/message
The World Health Organization is warning that tough times are ahead for China. Beijing is now U-turning on its zero-COVID-19 policy. Funeral homes in Beijing are struggling to meet increased demand for cremations. Video shows long queues of hearses waiting to store dead bodies. Lawmakers are introducing a new bill in Washington. The goal is to squeeze Huawei out of U.S. financial systems. The Biden administration is sending African leaders a message during a summit: America is a better partner for Africa than China. A Chinese billionaire is wanted in the United States. We look at why the state of California wants to extradite him from the UK. ⭕️ Watch in-depth videos based on Truth & Tradition at Epoch TV
Is Cremation Biblical? Does Scripture allow Christians to burn their dead? In today's podcast, the guys look at the biblical and historical context of Christian burial and seek to answer how Scripture provides guidance on how we look at funeral practices. We pray this conversation is beneficial.
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The way we view living has changed so profoundly for many Gen X'ers, for most Millenials, and wow are Gen Z'ers shifting even more as far as what we value while on this Earth versus what the older - "Boomer" generation valued. This shift has even begun to change how we view funerals and end-of-life care & celebrations. Join us with Andrew Loos, founder of Heartland Cremation & Burial Services, a man who is helping to shift away from foreboding and heavy liturgical funerals and into a narrative that brings more light to the more difficult inevitabilities of life.Join Us on Patreon!!! (** Now on DISCORD)Book a Private ReadingClick to get to all things Social MediaSchedule a Mentorship Exploration Call
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Our Patreons wanted it and now it's your problem. In the poll on patreon at the beginning of the month, our lovely members voted on Cremation Catastrophe for Casey's topic. So she is talking about the Tri-State Crematorium Scandal and we're introducing a new bit and revisiting a classic while also welcoming a brand new sucker, I mean Email us at: Strangeunusualpodcast@gmail.com Patreon: Patreon.com/strangeunusual Follow the pod on IG at: @strange_unusual_podcast Twitter: @_strangeunusual Facebook: The Strange and Unusual Podcast 'Elevator' music: Private Hell Productions Theme song: rap2h
**SKIP TO 00:26:33 TO GET TO THE STORY** TIMESTAMPS 00:00:00 - 00:08:53 NATALY ADDRESSING CONCERNS 00:08:53 - 00:14:48 MANSCAPED AD 00:14:48 - 00:17:05 THANKING DONORS & MERCH 00:17:05 -00:26:33 PERSONAL HAUNTINGS 00:26:33 -01:40:00 MAIN STORY Joshua tree has long stood as an enchanted place full of whimsy and magic: both attracting chaos and dispersing it. Thrillseekers, peacemakers, artists, and souls seeking answers, are attracted to Joshua Tree's wonder and intangible spirit. But did you know that Joshua Tree is also known for being haunted? Some of the spirits of those lost souls still linger. Today Nat enchants Aly with the true story of Gram Parson's final wishes and the *great* friends who made it all happen. Put on your cowboy hats and buckle tf up because we aren't here for a long time...we are here for a good time. YEEHAW! Other Important Stuff:
In this next episode, The DeathWives return to Suffocate City! Can you believe it's been over 2 years since our last episode with them? Join us as we chat with them about their very important ecofriendly death work. We learn all about water cremation (yup, cremation doesn't always mean fire!), and how this gentle process nourishes the earth.
In today's episode, we have Wesley Eames, CEO and founder of after.com. Wesley is working to fix what is an antiquated and broken funeral system and he has the entrepreneur chops to do it. Here's a closer look at the episode:Wesley's early start in entrepreneurship at 12.Wesley's background in business.Trace.com - genealogy - Wesley's first VC backed companyDiving into dating apps by buying another startup - MeetMindfulFounding Tales.com with his wifeThe importance of memorializing stories.Why death tech?The death of big funeral - https://youtu.be/0hU1-kIGhJoNo one has tried this before. Why is that?The environmental impactHow death traditions have changedFinding a co-founder.The pre-planning servicesWhat are the locations?Adding the death insurance componentWesley's thoughts on the future of the industry.Wesley's thoughts on legacyResources:Website: https://www.after.com/Wes Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/weames/Wes Twitter: https://twitter.com/WesleyEames After LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/after-com/
In this episode, we are joined by our good friend, Fr Patrick Behm. We ask him a number of questions we have received from listeners. In particular, Fr Behm spends some time carefully walking through the Church's teaching on the priesthood, and why women cannot be ordained. He also makes the case for why Jesus clearly was not, and cannot be, sexist. Additionally we talk being a godparent, cremation and whether or not we can donate our bodies to science. We also spend some time on Heaven, homilies about hell, and the value of our prayers for those who have died. We briefly discuss mental health and suicide. We wrap up with weddings outside of the Church and participation in non-Catholic weddings, online ordination, why the Catholic "Our Father" is in some ways different from the Protestant version, and finally, the hardest parts about being a priest and the greatest joys. ***** TRIGGER WARNING: SUICIDE ***** If you are struggling with suicidal crisis or emotional distress, free and confidential help is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week in the United States. Call: 988 to reach the Suicide & Crisis Lifeline or visit them online at: https://988lifeline.org/ Looking for more on the question about the Our Father and the Doxology, you can find it here. (https://www.oursundayvisitor.com/the-our-father-and-the-doxology/) Want to submit a question for our next "Ask a Priest" with Fr Pat, you can do so here! (https://www.drawnear.me/contact) Interested in reading one of our favorite books? You can purchase I Believe in Love here! (https://amzn.to/3swlYhH) Sign up to join the book study on Suscipe.co (https://community.suscipe.co/share/kbcM_yulxWmAaX5Y?utm_source=manual) Watch us share a little about what to expect with the book study here! (https://youtu.be/RtraP1itZes) Subscribe to our channel while you are there as we will have more content coming soon. Who are "Fred and Kara?" Find out by visiting our home page. (https://www.drawnear.me/) Join the Draw Near Community Space on Suscipe.co (https://community.suscipe.co/share/M1CQceCQ6cMeBTIB?utm_source=manual) Click here (https://www.drawnear.me/donate) to become a supporter/patron! "Like" and follow us on Facebook! (https://www.facebook.com/fredandkara) You can even find us on Twitter. (https://twitter.com/fredandkara) Book Fred and/or Kara to speak by visiting the Draw Near "booking page (https://www.drawnear.me/booking)." Like our podcast? Hit that “subscribe” button AND the notification button/bell to know when new episodes are posted! Give us a rating! Leave a review! Tell your friends! Even more, pray for us! Draw Near Theme © Fred Shellabarger & Kara Kardell *As an Amazon Associate we earn from qualifying purchases.
This week...* A discussion regarding Jesus being the object of our faith.* What happens to our spirit when we die?* What does the Bible say about cremation?* Is there a difference between the expressions "Christ Jesus" and "Jesus Christ?"* Where was God when He was creating the Heavens and the Earth?The Crew: Casey Coffman (absent from this episode), DeWight Smith & Sr. Pastor Duane HarneyThe Fan Club President & Founder: Dillon KellerThe Fan Club VP: Robb HaydenThe Voice: Julie MillerThe Executive Producer: Allen Miller
Today I examine the Biblical perspective on whether believers should be buried or cremated after they die. What Biblical principles inform this decision? Does the Bible say specifically what believers should do? Answers to these questions and more are answered in the episode.
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How fast is a porta-potty slingshot? On this episode, Neil deGrasse Tyson and professional stuntman and comedian, Steve-O, break down the science of Jackass, explosions, and what it takes to survive the laws of physics. NOTE: StarTalk+ Patrons can listen to this entire episode commercial-free here: https://startalkmedia.com/show/cosmic-queries-stuntman-physics-with-steve-o/Thanks to our Patrons Graylyn, Paul Vortman, Chalice (Shalese) Davis, James Bennet, and Joe for supporting us this week.Photo Credit: David Shankbone, CC BY-SA 3.0, via Wikimedia Commons
Dedication opportunities are available for episodes and series at ohr.edu/donate/qa Questions? Comments? email@example.com Subscribe to the Rabbi Breitowitz Q&A Podcast at https://plnk.to/rbq&a Submit questions for the Q&A with Rabbi Breitowitz https://forms.gle/VCZSK3wQJJ4fSd3Q7 Subscribe to our YouTube Channel at https://www.youtube.com/c/OhrSomayach/videos 00:00 What does the Rav make of the recent antisemitic comments of Kyrie Irving? 04:48 How do we know that we're not missing important mesora after Catholic censorship? 20:12 If we die when we've made our tikkun, it's fair to assume each day we wake up we still have work to do. If so, why are there ways to extend our life? 23:00 the fruits of genosar in Gemara Brachos? 30:40 Does Tinok shel nishbah apply to goyim? What about Teshuva? 39:25 Should we learn more Ibn Ezra this year, given the 5783rd pasuk in the Torah? 44:20 What is the proper burial process for Jews and why is cremation not acceptable? Is it also bad for non-Jews to be cremated? And what does ashes to ashes dust to dust entail? 52:45 How do we explain the Jewish view of homosexuality to non-religious family members? 59:00 Is it an aveira to follow the royal news? 1:03:50 Is it appropriate to use religious themes to advance political purposes? “It's a mitzvah to vote for Gimmel” or “possible to acquire Olam HaBah in one moment next to a picture of Shas? 1:15:50 Since it is said that Hashem is making Shidduchim, how do we understand the idea that people can marry the wrong person and their soul may not be complete? 1:19:52 The Chazon Ish said we don't change halacha based on new discoveries, but didn't he argue on certain halachos? 1:21:50 Is it Mutar to ask for some of your friend's food (ex: “can I have some” to your friend who is eating his snack in the hallway of Yeshiva)? If someone asks and you don't want to give them, but you feel uncomfortable saying no, are you being Nichshal them in Avak Gezel by giving them from your food? 1:26:02 Can the Rebbe help us understand why the halacha is to not put out a tiny fire on Shabbat and allow it to burn your house down, and if someone doesn't put out a fire on Shabbat and it spreads to the neighbors properties is he obligated in monetary damages?
Traditional after-deathcare in the US carries a huge environmental toll from burying toxic embalming chemicals to the carbon footprint of cremation. Samuel Cline Perry, a licensed mortician, professor of mortuary science, and a deathcare educator at Southern Illinois University Carbondale talks with Lindsay Smith Rogers about how the funeral industry is evolving with more options for “green burials.” They also discuss new legislation around human composting and why social justice is a key aspect of the larger conversation of green deathcare.
Death is something that we all have in common, but what happens to our remains can vary. In this episode, RTN favorite Tanya Marsh breaks down the origins, legal peculiarities and cultural specificities of the American death care system, and how recent developments in the industry are leading many of us to reimagine the afterlife of our physical remains. Tanya Marsh is Professor of Law at Wake Forest University and one of the foremost experts on Mortuary Law and the history of cemeteries in the United States. She has published three books in her field of expertise, including The Law of Human Remains (2015) & Cemetery Law: The Common Law of Burying Grounds in the United States (Co-authored w/ Daniel Gibson, 2015). You can follow her on twitter at @TMAR22. If you enjoyed this episode, check our first conversation w/ Tanya in episode #76 and Tanya's special guest host appearance in episode 148 The Bizarre Life of American Death w/ Caitlin Doughty. This episode was edited by Gary Fletcher.
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