Abortion is one of the most divisive topics in society today. The abortion debate is one of those things that seems impossible for either side to ever agree on, and that's because it's hard for Pro-Lifers to understand the Pro-Choice mindset & vice versa.Alex Clark sits down with Josh Brahm, President of the Equal Rights Institute, to break down pro-abortion arguments and arm Pro-Lifers with the arsenal they need to debate Pro-Choicers. Josh answers the hardest abortion questions to debate.Check out the Equal Rights Institute at www.EqualRightsInstitute.com, dedicated to equipping the pro-life movement to argue intelligently, honestly, and persuasively about abortion.Listen to The Spillover on Apple Podcasts and Spotify every Thursday night at 9:00 PM PST/12:00 AM EST and on TPUSA Live every Friday at 3:30 PM PST!
This week we talk about divisiveness at work. Divisive opinions at work are an example of divisiveness in the world ... people seem to be on one side or the other of so many issues, and we can't remember a time when people have been so polarized. We love the saying “Let's agree to disagree." -- thank you David Campt for going deeper on that with us in Episode 52 (https://realjobtalk.com/52-coming-together-to-end-2020-with-david-campt) -- and we try to use it whenever possible. By diviseness, we're talking about when there are different camps who don't come together - or people who like to make work political. We agree that good leaders help build alignment and cohesiveness. Building respect around the mission -- and a leader who demands respectful interaction -- helps to bring people together to work towards common goals. Taking a time out can also work. When you're feeling emotional, take a time out and find a time to talk it through at another time. Some roles that these dividers can take at work: The Whisperer. You know them: the person who goes cube to cube whispering (but they don't go to SOME people's cubes) or is calling ⅔ of the team members. This person who promotes exclusivity and in- vs out-groups. This person might recommend you say something in a meeting, but when you stick your neck out, they don't back you up. The Exhausted person. When we're fried, we're not as resilient, and we're not our best selves ... so sometimes stress and lack of resilience brings out bad behavior. The Bully. They need boundaries or they will run over everyone, so you need to push back or they'll get out of control. Shout out to Sarah Noll Wilson in Episode 26 (https://realjobtalk.com/26-leadership-training-neurodiversity-sarah-noll-wilson) and her call to leadership to go deeper and see their people as HUMANS and to teammates who acknowledge stress and offer to help/cover and work together to take a minute. If your team is divided, you can talk with your leadership privately to tell them what you're seeing and ask for help in bringing people together. How do you work with a divisive person? Try to talk 1:1, document divisive behavior, try to align with everyone in the group in hopes that others won't exclude you. Raise your hand to show that you're capable and want to work with others. Humor is a great way to diffuse a tough work situation. Making people laugh can really bring stress levels down. When nothing is working, talk with your boss and ask for suggestions of how we can work together. Sometimes things get heated, and it's ok to take some time off and come back when you're calm. Write the emotional email as a journal entry, and then write another that's kind, compassionate, and helpful with the goal towards working together.
Whether it's an issue surrounding family choices, politics, or religion, it's not easy to know when to speak up and when to let something go. Today Karen offers wisdom for moms facing difficult conversations, and reminds us that as Christ-followers we can find a way to maintain personal boundaries and also be peacemakers in this world. Register TODAY for SURVIVE: A Retreat for Moms of Teens
It's incredibly easy to get into arguments on social media on topics like masks, vaccines, immigration, guns, politics. How do we talk to those with whom we disagree? Devan Jensen had some ideas, on how we can use more charity in difficult conversations. GT: Of course, we have almost 100 years of fighting with them. […] The post Improving Conversation on Divisive Topics (Part 2 of 3 Devan Jensen) appeared first on Gospel Tangents.
Body Language is the ninth studio album by Australian singer Kylie Minogue. It was released on 10 November 2003 by Parlophone. Following the commercial success of her eighth studio album Fever (2001), Minogue enlisted a diverse group of writers and producers to aid in creating a new album, including Cathy Dennis, Dan Carey, Emiliana Torrini, Johnny Douglas, and Kurtis Mantronik among others. Influenced by the musical works of the 1980s and artists like Prince and Scritti Politti, Body Language musically differs from Minogue's previous albums, which mainly featured disco-oriented dance-pop tracks, and instead explores genres like synth-pop, electroclash, R&B, and hip hop. Lyrically, the album touches upon themes of enjoyment, flirting, and sex. Following its release, Body Language received generally favourable reviews from music critics, many of whom complimented Minogue for experimenting with new genres and the overall production of the album. Some critics, however, opined that many songs lacked catchy material and were not suitable for dancing. Commercially, Body Language peaked at number two on the albums chart of Australia and was certified double-platinum by the Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA). In the United Kingdom, the album peaked at number six and was certified platinum by the British Phonographic Industry (BPI). Three singles were released from Body Language. "Slow" was released as the lead single in November 2003 and was a commercial success, peaking at number one on the singles charts of Australia, Denmark, Spain and the United Kingdom. "Red Blooded Woman" was released as the second single and reached the top five in Australia and the United Kingdom. "Chocolate" was released as the final single and peaked inside the top 10 in the United Kingdom. Minogue performed at a one-off concert-show titled "Money Can't Buy", on 15 November 2003 to mark the release of the album. Body Language became notable for displaying another change in Minogue's persona and is cited as an example of her numerous "reinventions".
The highly-anticipated James Wan film Malignant hit theaters and HBO Max in September and immediately received mixed reviews. Many people think it's the best horror movie of the year while others found it ridiculous and messy. Listen to Natalie and Max review it and explain why it's so divisive. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Megyn Kelly is joined by Glenn Beck, host of The Glenn Beck Program on TheBlaze TV, to talk about Beck's prediction about the impending inflation disaster, the truth about the border crisis, the divisive messaging coming from VP Harris, President Biden and the entire Biden administration, what Biden's declining approval rating shows about his policies, VP Harris' viral "Israel" comments, the military's jailing of Lt. Col. Scheller, and more. Plus - Megyn Kelly's monologue on the COVID vaccine zealots in the media suddenly telling NBA players who are voicing their vaccine opinions to "shut up and dribble."Follow The Megyn Kelly Show on all social platforms: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/MegynKellyTwitter: http://Twitter.com/MegynKellyShowInstagram: http://Instagram.com/MegynKellyShowFacebook: http://Facebook.com/MegynKellyShow Find out more information at: https://www.devilmaycaremedia.com/megynkellyshow
I first encountered TB Joshua as a teenager, when his preaching captivated my evangelical Christian community in Hampshire. Many of my friends became his ardent disciples and followed him to Lagos. How did he have such a hold over people? By Matthew McNaught. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/longreadpod
Pat Leahy, Jennifer Bray and Jack Horgan-Jones from the Irish Times politics team join Hugh to discuss the major considerations for the government ahead of Budget day on October 12th. They also look at the divisive politics of the public service pandemic bonus and the latest on the Mica redress scheme.
Arizona Audit Finds 25-30% of Duplicated Ballots Received Between November 4th-9th After They Knew How Many Ballots Were Needed // MSNBC and Dateline Hosts Debate Why Gabby Petito Story Went Viral: ‘Pretty White Women Missing' // JUST A FEW MORE THINGS See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Connected Yoga Teacher Podcast 239: Connecting in Divisive Times with Sinéad O'Connor Description: These are divisive times, both online in yoga communities and beyond that. Some people are for the vaccine, some people are against it, some people have questions and are uncertain about their stance. Yet, these divisions are the opposite of what yoga is about. This podcast is all about connections, and we need to be mindful about how we can extend care to ourselves, those around us, as well as the planet and every living creature. In this episode, Sinéad O'Connor talks from her perspective as someone with an underlying health condition living through the pandemic. Sinéad is a member of The Connected Yoga Teacher team, a yoga teacher, and active mother of three energetic boys who enjoys camping and hiking. She is also someone who lives with polycystic kidney disease (PKD), a genetic kidney disease, and is in Stage 3 of renal failure. Sinéad shares a post she recently wrote about living with this disease during a pandemic, especially on how it is a privilege to be able to question the healthcare offered to us as healthy, able-bodied people. Shannon concludes by urging us to reflect on how we can practice care or ahimsa for someone else -- that doesn't involve trying to change their behaviour or views? Key Takeaways: [5:00] We are seeing many divisions in the yoga world right now. [7:45] Shannon introduces her guest for this episode - Sinéad O'Connor. [8:35] Sinéad shares a little bit about herself and her condition, polycystic kidney disease (PKD). [9:30] Sinéad recently wrote a post on Facebook about living with this disease in light of the COVID situation. [13:01] If you would like to support Sinéad's fundraiser, two things you can do are to give a donation, or share Sinéad's post to share her story with the world. [13:32] Shannon has a few questions for us to reflect on. Links: Sinéad O'Connor Sinéad O'Connor on Instagram Sinéad 's Fundraiser Pelvic Health Professionals Schedulicity (Coupon Code: CYT2MONTHS) The Connected Yoga Teacher Facebook Group Original Post by Sinéad The Connected Yoga Teacher Podcast Episode 237: Scope of Practice with Drew Hume Ahimsa in Action with Wolf Terry Facebook Thread about Self Care Post about Social Location by Raudhah Rahman Gratitude to our Sponsors Schedulicity and the Accessible Yoga Conference. Quotes from this episode: "Not everybody understands what it's like to live with an underlying health condition in a pandemic."- Sinéad "Like millions of people living with underlying health conditions, I don't have the privilege of questioning the healthcare I'm being offered. That privilege is only afforded to the healthy, the able bodied, the people that once stayed home to protect us." - Sinéad "What does care for someone in my community look like without trying to change their views or their behavior?" - Shannon
In this interview, Professor Katharine Hayhoe, one of climate change's most effective communicators, provides inspired guidance on how to navigate all sides of the conversation on a topic that is currently one of the most politicised and divisive. Katharine discusses her new book Saving Us: A Climate Scientist's Case for Hope and Healing in a Divided World, illustrated her arguments with stories from her personal experiences. Katharine argues we need to go beyond facts and statistics and begin essential climate conversations with shared values, connect the issue to our individual identities, and help inspire collective action. For Katharine, urgency of action is paramount: “The key conclusion of the IPCC is simply this. Every year counts, every action matters, every choice can make a difference.” Katharine Hayhoe is an atmospheric scientist—and a professor of political science at Texas Tech University, where she is co-director of the Climate Science Center. She has served as lead author on the Second, Third, and Fourth National Climate Assessments. Katharine also hosts and produces the PBS Digital Series, Global Weirding, and serves on advisory committees for a broad range of organizations including the Smithsonian Natural History Museum, the Earth Science Women's Network, and the American Association for the Advancement of Science. She has recently become Chief Scientist, at the Nature Conservancy, the world's largest conservation organization- her new book Saving Us: A Climate Scientist's Case for Hope and Healing in a Divided World has just been published.
For a man who saw his public service as a calling motivated by his faith, former TN Governor Bill Haslam balanced the role of leadership for two terms. Could the recipe for his success be humility as he defines it? Not thinking less of yourself, but thinking of yourself less. He and 9-time Emmy winner David Sams also discuss his new book, "Faithful Presence: The Promise and the Peril of Faith in the Public Square" plus the importance of humility, compromise, and embracing life in politics as a set-apart Christian.
Yogi has put high command in a tough situation. If he doesn't win UP next year, it will set back BJP's prospects in 2024. If he wins, it will be seen as his win as much as theirs. Watch Shekhar Gupta in #NationalInterest Read the full article here: https://theprint.in/national-interest/modi-at-71-has-zero-challenge-but-one-bjp-cm-is-emulating-him-showing-hes-no-pushover/735542/
Rich discussed a report by the Wall Street Journal showing how Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg did not address the growing divide and argumentative rhetoric growing on the platform. Instead, preferring to stoke it and profit it instead of mending fences. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Facebook says its platform is designed to create meaningful interaction. But a Wall Street Journal investigation finds changes the company made to its algorithm led to increased hostility on the platform, and CEO Mark Zuckerberg resisted some proposed fixes. Reporter Keach Hagey joins host Zoe Thomas to discuss the hidden reasons behind Facebook's decision and the unintended consequences for users. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Biden rocks people of good conscience everywhere as he targets 80 million Americans because of their personal healthcare choices. Lacking any authority to do so, our very own American Tyrant reverses (erases?) his previous vaccine mandate position to announce he is, in fact, using federal coercion to bend private employers and personal behavior to his will. Liz breaks down Biden's bully tactic. Plus, while Larry Elder is attacked by a woman in a gorilla suit (nothing racist to see here!), one professor suggest “white people should commit suicide,” you know, "as an ethical act.” This is The Liz Wheeler Show. -- The Spectator believes that life is bigger than politics, which is why it covers arts, culture, food, wine, travel, and life all around. Sign up today and receive three free months, plus a free hat with promo code LIZ: https://spectatorworld.com/specialoffer. -- Never go online without using ExpressVPN. Protect your online activity today with 3 FREE months at http://expressvpn.com/liz.
What Is This Episode? - Top of Show . OSCARS NEWS: Significant Oscars Changes Could Come Soon - 1:46 Lunacy - 9:00 . RELEASE DATE UPDATES: Paramount Leaves 2021 Completely - 18:19 And Sony Pulls a WTF w/ Venom 2/Ghostbusters - 19:30 Running Down the LOADED Fall Slate - 23:30 Don't Look Up Trailer Reax - 27:17 . FILM FESTIVAL REACTIONS: Kristen Stewart and a Grandma Complex - 30:47 This Segment Gets “Divisive” - 34:21 AlsoMike's Power of the Dog Book Report - 41:39 Oscar Issac and Jessica Chastain Are Both Married - 43:21 Dune's Red Carpet Was Fun - 46:22 King Richard/Belfast May Be Big - 48:54 Belfast Trailer Review - 52:08 Cmon Cmon Reviews and Trailer = 54:34 Stock Up, Stock Divisive - 57:20 . . Where To Find Our Work/LEAVE US 5* REVIEWS! - 1:01:30 Words of Wisdom/What's Coming Next - 1:02:28
Onw 9-6-21 - EP 133 Aew all out 2021 MIRO v Kingston Mox v satoshi kojima (50) minoru Suzuki - murder grandpa Britt baker v kris Statlander Best Statlander match? Evolving the orange Cassidy gimmick Young Bucks v Lucha bros Lucha bro's entrance Nick Jackson's beard/ contacts? Thumbtack shoe Should have been advertised as a Texas tornado cage match Hair v mask match Bloody penta Casino battle royale Match format needs to go. Ruby soho Does abandon fit Aew? Needs Picture in Picture for entrances Mjf v Jericho Mjf Y2j entrance FOZZY guitar player entrance Mjf is a master at selling Divisive finish What's next for the inner circle ? Cm punk v Darby Allen Punks tights Good moment with sting Overall a decent match Omega v cage Kenny's new hair Avalanche one winged Angel Kenny's botch / recovery Adam cole / swerve, SUPERKICK to jungle boy. First feud Best faction in wrestling Send the crowd home happy Dbry / terrible music Yes chants Punk said he wants to help the young guys. I wanna kick their fucking heads in Mox is the new GCW champion, does gage take it back? I have learned after speaking with sources that Cody Rhodes is set to make his return to AEW television within the month. Additionally, was also told there are big plans for him upon his return. (Please credit Cassidy Haynes and Bodyslam.net Pete Dunne tweet: boom, probably, pic of him and Adam cole. Cmpunk, Bryan Danielson and Adam cole all signed on the night of their debuts Erick red beard says the bludgeon brothers were pitched karrion kross' new ring gear Ohnowrestling.com ohnomedia.com patreon.com/onrs ohnoradioshow.com Leave a VM at 407-906-6466 Live on Tuesday Evenings at Twitch.tv/onrslive
Jason and Jared are LIVE immediately following the USMNT's draw away at El Salvador to open up World Cup Qualifying. The phone lines were hot for this one! Hear what the Besties thought about dropping points, Josh Sargent v Jordan Pefok, Brenden Aaronson deployed in central midfield, Konrad's return and much, much more. Given all our talent, should US Soccer fans be happy with the point? How will Gregg Berhalter change things up for the Canada match at home and is that now a must win? Tune in to find out!
Consulting psychologist Karl Krumm kicks off our limited-series special, "Rational Middle Podcast: Mythbusting Edition," with a provocative discussion of confirmation bias and other traps to watch out for when trying to talk—productively—about contentious issues.
There are seasoned entrepreneurs, gifted speakers, and best-selling authors, but rarely do you find all three in one person. Peter Montoya is that rare exception. Author of The Brand Called YOU, skilled orator with over 4,000 keynotes under his belt and creator of the game-changing tech startup, Urth, a social media platform which will eliminate bots, trolls, and misinformation. Today Peter is going to share with us insights from his newest best-selling book, The Second Civil War: A citizen's guide to healing our fractured nation. He'll share practical lessons, not only how to cope with relationships with those whose political views we find intolerable, but also how to rehabilitate those relationships, making them healthier than ever before. Hate speech. Cancel culture. Divisive rhetoric. Insurrection. These days, the civility of American civilians leaves much to be desired. So much so that in his first speech as the President of the United States, Joe Biden called on Americans to put an end to the “uncivil war,” to unite together to give the country a fighting chance. But how did the country get here? A war, civil or not, doesn't brew overnight, and it simply isn't instigated by a singular person or political party. In The Second Civil War: A citizens' guide to healing our fractured nation (August 3, 2021), highly sought-after speaker and bestselling author Peter Montoya dissects fear-based messaging and highly accessible technology, revealing how they have placed individuals—everyday Americans—on both the front lines and within the command bunkers in the early stages of this second civil war, and provides strategies and solutions to bring the conflict to an amicable end. Join the Growth Now Community at Growth Now Summit LIVE! Less than 70 Tickets left: www.growthnowsummit.com
Master Hypnotist Suzanne Kellner-Zinck shares advice on how to handle divisive conversations with combative people. https://dawningvisions.com https://www.patreon.com/claimyourexcellentlife Click the above link if you have found value in this podcast and wish to support it.
Divisive new technology, provocative nightlife, and brutal gangs of the Los Angeles underworld test Lucky, a young and promising member of the ruthless Diamond Dogs gang. Sent on a mission, he heads to the wild Electric Easy club in the hunt for someone - a valuable Electric. Electric Easy is presented by Bud Light Seltzer Retro Tie-Dye. Experience variety and fun with Bud Light Seltzer today.
Lorde released her first full-length album, Pure Heroine, back in 2013 and it struck a chord around the world, selling 5 million copies, picking up two Grammys and inspiring a new generation of pop artists.Four years later Lorde returned with her follow-up, the critically acclaimed but much less commercially successful, Melodrama.Another four years down the track, she's back with her third album, Solar Power. It's a pretty big gear shift, and the sunny, warm sound reflects the new, luxe lifestyle Lorde has been living. The same kind of lifestyle she mocked backed on Pure Heroine. The reception has been pretty mixed, and the fan and critical reaction divisive.This week, culture writer and critic Elle Hunt joins The Culture to help break down the album, and why it isn't quite landing the same way as Lorde's earlier work.Guest: Culture writer and critic Elle HuntBackground reading: Review: Lorde's Solar Power in The Saturday Paper See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Divisive Leaders: Arrogant & Adulterous Scripture: 2 Peter 2:10-16, Jude 7-10 (Read from ESV) Preacher: Rev. David Inks Sermon Outline: Introduction Arrogant 10-13a Adulterous 13b-16 Conclusion Sermon Video: https://youtu.be/XvfmhXBeD10 Scripture Reading: 2 Peter 2:10-16 (King James Version) 10 But chiefly them that walk after the flesh in the lust of uncleanness, and despise government. Presumptuous […] The post Divisive Leaders: Arrogant & Adulterous appeared first on Covenant United Reformed Church.
In this episode we talk about the new trailer for Marvel's Eternals, first reactions to Shang-Chi, and discuss our favourite cartoons! CO-HOST: Old Mate Rick Watch the VIDEO PODCAST at DLDU Podcast YouTubeHead to kicks.com.au and use the code DAVE15 for 15% OFF your order!Check Out randomspacemedia.com ON THIS EPISODE 00:00 - Show Start03:45 - Lockown 6 Continues… Still08:24 - Dave on ‘The Hundred with Andy Lee' 12:03 - What We've Been Watching - Movies28:00 - What We've Been Watching - TV30:36 - Mad Men Update 36:58 - Thoughts on Marvel's ‘What If…?' Episode 2 39:07 - Partner Highlights 00:40:54 - Shite or Alright 01:02:52 - Trailer Trash: Marvel's ‘The Eternals' 01:18:44 - Movie News - This Week's Big Stories01:18:55 - First Reactions to Marvel's ‘Shang-Chi'01:27:22 - Anthony Mackie Signs On For ‘Captain America 4'01:30:36 - Scarlett Johansson, Margot Robbie, Tom Hanks, Bryan Cranston & Liev Schrieber Join Wes Anderson's New Movie01:33:44 - ‘Free Guy 2' On The Way01:34:23 - ‘Hotel Transylvania 4' Moves To Amazon Prime Video 01:36:52 - Subscriber Questions 01:55:38 - Show Wrap FIND DAVE ON:YOUTUBE Dave Lee Down UnderTWITTER @daveleedwnundrINSTAGRAM @daveleedwnundrAMAZON US AFFILIATE STOREAMAZON UK AFFILIATE STORE
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The power-packed daily devotional just for busy guys. Today's passage in Titus 3:10-11 (ESV) is a decisive action to keep the body of Christ healthy. The question for today is: How should the church deal with a divisive person? Does the B2B Devotional encourage you as a man of faith? I invite you to partner with me to share God's Word with other men: Join the B2B Facebook Page (Link) Share the Facebook posts on your page Tell a friend and invite them to listen to an episode Get access to our eNews (link on website) Financially Support B2B (Link) Blessings Brother! Support this podcast
On this episode of The Federalist Radio Hour, Outkick columnist Bobby Burack joins Culture Editor Emily Jashinsky to break down why Americans on both the right and left were less interested in the Olympics this year, why the Simone Biles fiasco sets a dangerous precedent about mental health, and how the corporate media were dishonest in their coverage of the global games.
On this episode of The Federalist Radio Hour, Outkick columnist Bobby Burack joins Culture Editor Emily Jashinsky to break down why Americans on both the right and left were less interested in the Olympics this year, why the Simone Biles fiasco sets a dangerous precedent about mental health, and how the corporate media were dishonest […]
The most divisive alpaca in Europe is Geronimo. 50 Cent is stopping by a couple HyVees to promote his cognac and champagne, Cheez-It merch and a message for Dunkin' in food news. Stop eating like an animal! And stopping walking like an animal! LOL!
DOOM Eternal's platforming: What say you?? Scott Tailford presents 9 Divisive Video Game Levels You Either Love Or Hate...ENJOY!Follow us on Twitter:@SlashLP89@WCultureGamingCheck out our YouTube channel: youtube.com/whatculturegamingFor even more awesome content, check out: whatculture.com/gaming See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Joe Biden campaigned on a platform of unifying a deeply divided country. This has proven to be a particularly cynical – and dangerous – bait-and-switch. For example, the President's open border policy is bringing into the country hundreds of thousands of illegal aliens each month –most of them military-age, unaccompanied men. Such an invasion is giving rise to a large and growing population of foreigners whose preferential treatment can only spawn disunity at best, and violent repercussions at worst. Consider the disparate treatment of Americans and the invaders with regard to Covid-19. We are being ordered to lock down, mask up and get vaccinated. They are being ushered into the country, untested, untreated and mostly unvaccinated and delivered at taxpayer expense to communities across the U.S. Talk about super-spreader events! That's a formula for division and domestic unrest, a wrecking operation, indeed. This is Frank Gaffney.
Divisive ex-Southern Baptist leader Dr. Russell Moore had a lot to say this week to PBS about evangelicals' "crisis of credibility." Yet he refused to call out SBC president Ed Litton over his sermon plagiarism or his SBC elite friends for covering it up. So who really has the credibility problem? We'll talk about it. Plus: Living on the Edge's Chip Ingram discusses his book, "I Choose Peace," all on Wednesday's JANET MEFFERD TODAY.
In 2011, Facebook and Twitter played a large role in the Arab Spring uprising. Since revolutions existed before the advent of social media, we wondered how much of a difference they really make? Then, this year, we invited author Ron Deibert to discuss the ideas he brought forth in his book, "Reset: Reclaiming the Internet for Civil Society," and what he calls the ,painful truth, of the internet age. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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“Our technologies, markets and cultural institutions, once forces for human connection and expression, now isolate and repress us. It is time to remake society together, not as individual players, but as the team we actually are: Team Human.” That little paragraph is printed right on the cover of the latest book by Douglas Rushkoff. Do you know Douglas Rushkoff? He's a vivid, big-thinking author behind books like Throwing Rocks at the Google Bus, Present Shock, Program or Be Programmed, Screenagers, Playing the Future, Media Virus, and many others. Seth Godin calls him acerbic. I'll call him provocative. Douglas is not afraid of anything! His writing is confident and he's got the research and logic ready behind every point. No wonder he's been named one of the world's most influential thought leaders. Douglas hosts the popular Team Human podcast, writes for The Guardian, and is the documentarian behind Generation Like and Merchants of Cool. He's also responsible for coining many popular phrases including “viral media” and “social currency.” Douglas Rushkoff is a big thinker! A different thinker. And we love getting different thinkers on this show. From Chapter 4 with Sarah Ramsey, my favorite bookseller, to Chapter 36 with Elder Cox and Elder Corona, two teenage Mormon missionaries, to Chapter 61 with Temple Grandin, one of the world's first autism activists, we're having a blast bouncing around brain spaces. We are going to talk about Bitcoin, reality tunnels, what the internet really is, the benefits of slack, rebuilding societal trust, the source code for magic, Timothy Leary and designer deaths, facts versus reality, mycelium and trees, Bardo orgies, the purpose of play, and, of course, the incredible Douglas Rushkoff's three (or maybe four!) most formative books. Let's flip the page into Chapter 83 now … What You'll Learn: What is a media theorist? How is Team Human doing? What is the true environmental cost of Bitcoin? Why is slack so important? How can we rebuild trust where it is lost? How do we free ourselves from societal pressures? Is there such a thing as an original thought? How does intergenerational living benefit society? Why should we never retire? What is Chapel Perilous? What is a reality tunnel? How do you surf reality? How does tradition keep us sane? How should we think about death? What is the difference between death and dying? What is the Tibetan bardo? What kind of games should we strive to play in life? What is the purpose of play? What was the original vision for the internet? What is the true meaning of the Sabbath in today's world? Why is Torah magical? You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: https://www.3books.co/chapters/83 Leave us a voicemail. Your message may be included in a future episode: 1-833-READ-A-LOT. Sign up to receive podcast updates here: https://www.3books.co/email-list 3 Books is a completely insane and totally epic 15-year-long quest to uncover and discuss the 1000 most formative books in the world. Each chapter discusses the 3 most formative books of one of the world's most inspiring people. Sample guests include: Brené Brown, David Sedaris, Malcolm Gladwell, Angie Thomas, Cheryl Strayed, Rich Roll, Soyoung the Variety Store Owner, Derek the Hype Man, Kevin the Bookseller, Vishwas the Uber Driver, Roxane Gay, David Mitchell, Vivek Murthy, Mark Manson, Seth Godin, Judy Blume and Quentin Tarantino. 3 Books is published on the lunar calendar with each of the 333 chapters dropped on the exact minute of every single new moon and every single full moon all the way up to 5:21 am on September 1, 2031. 3 Books is an Apple "Best Of" award-winning show and is 100% non-profit with no ads, no sponsors, no commercials, and no interruptions. 3 Books has 3 clubs including the End of the Podcast Club, the Cover to Cover Club, and the Secret Club, which operates entirely through the mail and is only accessible by calling 1-833-READ-A-LOT. Each chapter is hosted by Neil Pasricha, New York Times bestselling author of The Book of Awesome, The Happiness Equation, Two-Minute Mornings, etc. For more info check out: https://www.3books.co
On episode 459 of Horror News Radio: The Grue-Crew review… FEAR STREET PART 2: 1978 (2021). Warning: possible spoilers after the initial impressions! Be sure to subscribe to the Gruesome Magazine YouTube channel to catch all the HNR episodes. This is HORROR NEWS RADIO, the official GRUESOME MAGAZINE podcast. Back with Doc Rotten once again […]
What does a Pakistani city hitting temperatures too hot for the human body tell us about climate change? Could a new nuclear project provide a breakthrough in clean energy? And is a ‘medieval' dieting device really so controversial? Olly Mann and The Week delve behind the headlines and debate what really matters from the past seven days. With Joe Evans, Julia O'Driscoll and Alok Jha.
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Does a peacemaker create peace by avoiding contentious issues? Do they keep silent and remain passive in order to maintain the peace? In Scripture, we see that believers are called to be peacemakers; however, we see that this is actually not a call to silence, avoidance, and passivity. In the Bible, peace is not just the absence of conflict; it's the presence of Jesus. So we don't pretend everything is fine or avoid hard things in order to keep the peace. Instead, we make peace by pointing to the One who is Peace. Connect with us: www.dailygracepodcast.com www.thedailygraceco.com https://www.facebook.com/thedailygraceco/ https://www.instagram.com/thedailygraceco/ Questions? Email us! email@example.com _______________________________ Resources mentioned in this episode: Glory Stoneware Mug by The Daily Grace Co. Sheet Pan Chow Mein by Smitten Kitchen Ep. 86 God's Design for Sex by Daily Grace Ep. 83 How to Disagree Well With Others by Daily Grace Ep. 91 Food and Fellowship by Daily Grace Ep. 73 What Does Mean to "Abide"? by Daily Grace Growing in Grace: Spiritual Disciplines Study by The Daily Grace Co. Ep. 81 What Is the Role of the Holy Spirit Today? by Daily Grace @dailygracepodcast Scripture mentioned in this episode: Matthew 5:9 Colossians 1:20-22 2 Corinthians 5:17-21 Matthew 10:34-35 Romans 8:3 John 14:6 Romans 6:13 Matt. 5:10 1 Peter 2:12 1 Peter 4:14-15 Romans 12:18 Ephesians 4:29 James 1:5 Ephesians 6:15 Connect with us: Subscribe to Daily Grace: on iOS, go to our iTunes page and click subscribe. On Android, click this podcast RSS feed link and choose your podcast app. If needed, you can copy this link directly into your favorite podcast app (like Stitcher or Overcast). Or follow us on Spotify! We would love if you took a few minutes to leave us an iTunes review to help spread the word about Daily Grace! We want to invite more women into our conversations! Download The Daily Grace app: for iOS, click here to download. On Android, click here to download. Visit The Daily Grace Co. for beautiful products for the whole family that will equip you on your journey to knowing and loving God more. Subscribe to The Daily Grace Newsletter and receive free Bible study resources in your inbox. Like The Daily Grace Co. on Facebook. Follow on Instagram for the latest updates on the podcast and The Daily Grace Co. Engage with our Facebook community, “The Daily Grace Co. Community”. Read The Daily Grace blog for encouragement throughout the week that is steeped in biblical truths. **Affiliate links used are used where appropriate.** Thank you for supporting the products that support the production of this podcast!