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Issues, Etc.
0213. Changes in Mormonism under the First Presidency Of Russell Nelson – Bill McKeever, 1/21/22

Issues, Etc.

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2022 26:25


Bill McKeever of Mormonism Research Ministry In Their Own Words: A Collection of Mormon Quotations Answering Mormons' Questions: Ready Responses for Inquiring Latter-day Saints Mormonism 101: Examining the Religion of the Latter-day Saints Mormonism Research Ministry

The Biblical Mind
What Biblical Racial Reconciliation Actually Looks Like (Anthony Bradley)

The Biblical Mind

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2022 32:10


Reconciliation in practice involves local communities acknowledging the wrongs of their particular pasts and figuring out how to move forward— what the responsibilities are and how to live together in peace. In the area of racial reconciliation, we focus a lot on justice and the responsibilities of the offenders. But biblical reconciliation also requires the injured party to show mercy and eventually let go of the wrongs, which is profoundly humbling to those receiving the mercy. Dr. Anthony Bradley joins us this week to discuss what has informed current racial tensions and how churches and communities can move forward. Show notes: 0:26 Examining the racial tensions within a community 1:50 Racial reconciliation and ignoring history 4:19 What informs current racial tensions 7:05 The 80s  10:39 Reconciliation in Scripture and the local past 17:32 Truth required for reconciliation 20:43 Disconnection from history 28:20 Racial solidarity Show notes by Dominique LaCroix Credits for the music TBM podcast: hebraicthought.org/credits.

The Gateway
Friday, January 21, 2022 - Examining what makes coyotes so resilient

The Gateway

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2022 9:48


Coyotes have become fixtures of American life, from the biggest cities to the open range. The number of coyotes in Kansas has nearly tripled since the 1980s and they're unwelcome around ranches, farms and homes. One response is to hunt them, but the canine still finds ways to survive. Listener note: This story includes the sound of gunfire and depictions of hunting animals.

Locked On Ravens - Daily Podcast On The Baltimore Ravens
Examining the expectations vs. the reality of the Baltimore Ravens' 2021 season with Spencer Schultz

Locked On Ravens - Daily Podcast On The Baltimore Ravens

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 47:25


Spencer Schultz of Baltimore Beatdown joins the show to discuss the expectations compared to the reality for the Baltimore Ravens' 2021 season. We discuss how much injuries had an impact, what else contributed and more! We also take a look at two draft prospects and their potential fits in Baltimore Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Hear That Podcast Growlin': A show about the Cincinnati Bengals
Unleashing Joe Burrow & controlling Titans run game, pass rush

Hear That Podcast Growlin': A show about the Cincinnati Bengals

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 65:19


With questions galore about Saturday's game mounting, Paul and Jay pick through the most pressing queries and share their thoughts about them. With Larry Ogunjobi sidelined, who could Cincinnati sign to fill the void along the defensive line? How will Lou Anarumo's defense approach the Titans' run game, and can Cincinnati handle Tennessee's pass rush? Paul and Jay then expound on Joe Burrow's scalding-hot play as of late. Examining how Zac Taylor and co. have let Burrow cook, and discussing how that will play into the team's divisional-round matchup. Mo Egger joins the podcast to both simultaneously compliment and slander Wichita, KS, as well as describe the emotions surrounding last Saturday's win. Lastly, the guys recap last week's Growler bet. Rundown: (4:30) D-line replacements (10:00) Taking on Titans' run game, pass rush (17:00) Unleashing Joe Burrow (32:15) Mo joins the pod (51:15) Growler recap Follow Paul on Twitter: @pauldehnerjr Follow Jay on Twitter: @JayMorrisonATH Follow Mo on Twitter: @MoEgger Save 33% on a subscription to The Athletic by visiting: theathletic.com/hearthatpodcastgrowlin Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

All Of It
Examining The Legacy of 'The Matrix' Franchise

All Of It

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 18:34


"The Matrix Resurrections" is the fourth installment in the 'Matrix' film series, seeing Keanu Reeves and Carrie-Ann Moss return to the screen as Neo and Trinity for the first time since 2003's "The Matrix Revolutions." Critic at large for Vox, Emily VanDerWerff, joins us to talk the legacy of the Wachowski sisters' film franchise, which she has discussed in multiple articles, including, "Why The Matrix never stopped being relevant" and "How The Matrix universalized a trans experience — and helped me accept my own."

Finding Genius Podcast
Examining the Landscape to Determine the History and Changes of the Earth through Geomorphology with Mikael Attal

Finding Genius Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 37:06


How can geomorphology be used to determine earthquake hazards? By watching the changes in geography over the Earth's history, we can learn to predict future geographic events. Listen up to discover: What geomorphologists study How predictions of stability can be made How Earth scientists can help with future environmental problems Mikael Attal, a geomorphologist at the School of Geosciences at the University of Edinburgh, shares his research and work studying the changes in the Earth's landscape and what these changes can mean for the future. Major geological events like earthquakes can be some of the most significantly changing events on Earth. By studying these changes and how they have affected the geography of an area, we may be able to start making predictions to mitigate risk and attempt to predict significant future events. These studies allow various countries and societies to better prepare for the possibility of natural disasters and save lives. Moreover, by identifying disasters waiting to happen, false senses of security can be shaken, and actual beneficial measures can be taken. For additional resources, visit https://www.research.ed.ac.uk/en/persons/mikael-attal. Episode also available on Apple Podcast: http://apple.co/30PvU9C

Earth Ancients
Special Edition, The Archives: Barbara Hand Clow, Awakening the Planetary Mind

Earth Ancients

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 84:25


Completing our conscious evolution by releasing our collective fear of catastrophes• Explains how we are on the cusp of an era of incredible creative growth• Shows how we are about to overcome the collective fear caused by ancient catastrophes as we awaken to the memories of our lost prehistory• Examines legendary cataclysms and scientific evidence of a highly advanced global culture that disappeared 11,500 years agoIn this completely revised and expanded edition of Catastrophobia, bestselling author Barbara Hand Clow explains how we are on the cusp of an age of incredible creative growth made possible by restoring our lost prehistory. Examining legendary cataclysms--such as the fall of Atlantis and the biblical Flood--and the mounting geological and archaeological evidence that many of these mythic catastrophes were actual events, she reveals the existence of a highly advanced global maritime culture that disappeared amid great earth changes and rising seas 14,000 to 11,500 years ago, nearly causing our species' extinction and leaving humanity's collective psyche deeply scarred.Tracing humanity's reemergence after these prehistoric catastrophes, Clow explains how these events in the deep past influence our consciousness today. Guided by Carl Johan Calleman's analysis of the Mayan Calendar, she reveals that as the Earth's 26,000-year precessional cycle shifts, our evolution is accelerating to prepare us for a new age of harmony and peace. She explains how we are beginning a collective healing as ancient memories of prehistory awaken in our minds and release our unprocessed fear. Passed from generation to generation, this fear has been responsible for our constant expectations of apocalypse. She shows that by remembering and moving beyond the trauma of our long lost past, we bring the era of cataclysms to an end and cross the threshold into a time of extraordinary creative activity.

The Angry Therapist Podcast: Ten Minutes of Self-Help, Therapy in a Shotglass for fans of Joe Rogan Experience

In this episode, John and Vanessa record a live Q&A from inside a TAT Lab session. They discuss how self work can sometimes feel like 2 steps forward and 1 step back, and how when ambivalence shows up in ourselves and in relationships we need to examine and act on it. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Daily Show With Trevor Noah: Ears Edition
Masha Gessen - Examining Russia's Autocracy in "The Future Is History"

The Daily Show With Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2022 11:20


"The Future Is History" author Masha Gessen discusses Vladimir Putin's autocratic rule in Russia. Originally aired July 2017. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Issues, Etc.
0134. Can Mormonism Be a Global Religion? – Bill McKeever, 1/13/22

Issues, Etc.

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 16:13


Bill McKeever of Mormonism Research Ministry In Their Own Words: A Collection of Mormon Quotations Answering Mormons' Questions: Ready Responses for Inquiring Latter-day Saints Mormonism 101: Examining the Religion of the Latter-day Saints Mormonism Research Ministry

PBS NewsHour - Segments
Examining the human toll of China's stringent COVID policy

PBS NewsHour - Segments

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 7:40


Chinese authorities locked down after discovering two cases of omicron in Anyang, a city of 5.5 million people about 300 miles outside Beijing. It's the third Chinese city now in lockdown and comes less than a month before the Beijing Olympics. These lockdowns are tests of China's zero-COVID policy, which authorities have called a success. But critics ask: at what cost? Nick Schifrin reports. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders

Clear Your Clutter Inside & Out
The Bad & The Ugly: Examining Your Wounds

Clear Your Clutter Inside & Out

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 27:44


Are you aware of your emotional wounds and how they are affecting you? Do you find yourself biting your tongue when someone has hurt you because you're afraid of how they'll respond? Are you concerned you'll look powerless if you share your vulnerability? Learn to open up to examining the not-so-good stuff. To learn how Julie can support you: https://reawakenyourbrilliance.com/ Certified life coach, author & award-winning professional life organizer Julie Coraccio shares steps and tips to support you in creating the life you choose, deserve and desire through decluttering your life, mindfulness and how to organize your life. About Clear Your Clutter Inside & Out Clutter is stuck stagnant energy and prevents you from creating the life you choose, desire and deserve. We discuss clutter in all its forms: energetic, spiritual, emotional, mental & physical, relationships, health, finances and more. We share tips and take action steps for clutter free living and how to organize your life and death with end of life planning. We're thinking outside the box on areas where people might not realize where clutter is blocking them. When we remove clutter from our lives we can discover our passions, lead the extraordinary lives we are all meant to live and share our gifts with the world.

I Don't Speak German
101: Roman McClay and the Manosphere

I Don't Speak German

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 122:50


And so we kick off 2022, IDSG's fourth year, with an episode about the Denver shooter and self-published SF novelist (who put himself and his own murder plans in his own books) Lyndon McCleod, AKA Roman McClay, and his relationship to the infamous 'Manosphere', AKA a network of misogynistic and 'masculinist' fashy chudlingers like Jack Murphy, Jack Davenport, etc.  We follow up a bit on our last episode (Part 1 of our post-verdict Rittenhouse coverage) and drop back in on the nauseating You Are Here podcast, and Baldy McDickface's Tim Pool's show, as we explore the recent flap around Jack Murphy's 'Cuck Letter' (don't ask... well, just listen), before delving a tad into McCleod/McClay's fiction and his worldview, including some hardcore stoopid genetic determinism.  Lots going on in this one, and so we're issuing bigtime content warnings, not least for the recorded voice of a multiple murderer. Podcast Notes: Please consider donating to help us make the show and stay ad-free and independent.  Patrons get exclusive access to at least one full extra episode a month plus all backer-only back-episodes. Daniel's Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/danielharper Jack's Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=4196618 IDSG Twitter: https://twitter.com/idsgpod Daniel's Twitter: @danieleharper Jack's Twitter: @_Jack_Graham_ IDSG on Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/i-dont-speak-german/id1449848509?ls=1 * Episode Notes/Links to follow soon. CBS Denver, "Denver Couple Shares Moments Lyndon McLeod tried to kill them" You Are Here, Buzzfeed Vax-Only Event Becomes "Super-Spreader" Cuckold Rage -- Jack Murphy's Freak Out at Sydney Watson Sydney Watson, Addressing the Incident Timcast IRL 22DEC2021 Jack Murphy Live Liminal Order Jack Murphy, Cultivating Erotic Energy From a Surprising Source Today I sent my adoring loyal hot young girlfriend of two years to have sex with a stranger from tinder. She is currently at his apartment, checked in with me via text and is presumably sucking and fucking her way to a good time. I'm alone writing. Couldn't be happier. Now before you write me off as another salon.com freak who wants to be a cuckold or some kind of spineless beta under male, hear me out. This has been a long road. My manhood is intact and my dick is hard. [...] It is suspended disbelief. This disbelief allows us to create a gap to close. It creates space for desire to reach out to the other person. Role playing stranger rape puts us into different personas for the moment, creating mystery danger and desire. Ie. its fucking hot. Matt from Tinder helps us to introduce another element which requires suspended disbelief. Just like my girlfriend knows I could nor ever would actually rape her, I too know that my girlfriend is not going to leave me for some guy she met on tinder today to fuck. The entire experience is regimented according to my rules. I introduced her to the idea. I pushed it. I told her to go on Tinder and find someone. On the day in question, I tell her when and where to do it. She checks in with me via text. I know where she is and I am waiting for her. She is not alone. She is on a mission sent directly by me. And the entire point is for me to get turned on in a way that wouldn't happen otherwise. The excitement, eustress, and anticipation put me in a different state. I get turned on knowing someone else wants my girl as badly as I do. Yes, I get turned on knowing she is fucking someone else. We've done it together where we picked up a guy at a bar, took him home and I watched them have sex. Or we've brought a guy from craig's list over and I took pictures as he banged her. This time, I just sent her on her way and gave myself time to write and relax, knowing that exceptional sex awaits upon reunion. The time she spends with the other guy, isn't really hers alone. Its ours. Its mine. Its her acting out my ideas. Her behavior is manifestation of my will. Rod Dreher, The American Conservative, Queer as Volk It turns out that back in 2015, Murphy, who now sells himself and his masculinist advisory services as an extreme chad, wrote a piece extolling the erotic pleasure of being a beta cuck. You can find this online; I'm not going to link to it. Some Redditors got busy digging, and found that Murphy and his girlfriend had acted in a self-made porn broadcast back in 2019 (Murphy admitted this on Twitter today). In the film, there is apparently a sequence in which the super-masculine Murphy impales himself with a plastic phallus, while simultaneously pleasuring himself. This is not a rumor, alas; I stumbled across the image online, and can't unsee it. Denver Post, Denver gunman's novels named real-life victims, described similar attacks McLeod named both Alicia Cardenas and Michael Swinyard as murder victims in his novels. Cardenas, 44, and Swinyard, 67, were both killed in Monday's shooting spree. Police believe McLeod killed Swinyard inside his home at One Cheesman Place, an apartment building in the 1200 block of Williams Street. A property manager for the building told residents in an email that McLeod wore tactical gear, a police logo and a badge when he entered the building. In McLeod's first novel, “Lyndon MacLeod” wears police gear and kills a character named “Michael Swinyard” at his apartment on Williams Street. The character in the book also kills other people in the building and robs them. The character has a list of people he wants to kill and considers some to be more important than others. “The murders were like food in the belly, like wine at rest on the tongue,” the first book reads. “Killing people nourished the soul.” Heavy, Lyndon McLeod aka Roman McClay: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know Wineberserkers forum, Have you dealt with LJ McLeod Matthew Kriner, H. E. Upchurch, and W. Aaron, Global Network on Extremism and Technology, Examining the Denver Shooter's Ideological Views Shane Burley and Alexander Reid Ross, Bellingcat, How the Denver Shooter's Digital Trail Exposes the Violent Fantasies of the ‘Manosphere' Left Cost Right Watch, Nazis Made a Murder Calendar and Counterterror Analysts are Helping Spread It Mack Lamoureux, Vice News, Tattoo Parlor Killer Named His Victims in VIolent, Misogynist Novels Albion's Seed at Wikipedia American Nations at Wikipedia Jack Donovan interviews Roman McClay Jack Donovan Interviews Roman McClay (sanctionthebook.com) On John Goldman (Jack Murphy) D.C. Charter School Board Investigating Senior Employee For Alleged Alt-Right Links – WAMU McLeod's weird tweet about Yankee genes (5) Jack Three on Twitter: "Americans have been sold the lie that a Connecticut Yankee and a Western outlaw are the same because they're both 'white.' Nothing could be more wrong (genetically speaking). From Billy the Kid (McCarty) to The Hell's Angels, the Ulster & Highland Scots are not American https://t.co/Cbba3MNrjI" / Twitter Jefferson Davis' speech to House Chamber, Mississippi Capitol, December 26, 1862 Jefferson Davis' Speech at Jackson, Miss. | The Papers of Jefferson Davis | Rice University

The Life Stylist
Cognitive Superpowers with Microdosing, Nootropics, Smart Drugs & Peptides w/ Dr. Dan Stickler #388

The Life Stylist

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 130:28


I don't know about you, but I have entered this year with a clear-cut intention to keep my mind, and my brain, in optimum condition. I figured an uptick in collective brain functionality is something we're all in dire need of right now, which is why I invited Dr. Dan Stickler to join the show. As medical director for the Nuerohacker collective and co-founder of The Apeiron Center for Human Potential, he's easily one of my brainiest neighbors here in Austin, TX.  Join us as we go full-throttle on the cutting-edge ammunition you need to supercharge your brain and feel fully sovereign in your meat suit. We talk about how ketamine is transforming the realm of neurofeedback, the nootropic wonders of Qualia, all things peptides, and the legitimacy of microdosing. You'll learn about every physical modality that can boost your bandwidth. Buckle up!   05:40 — Dr. Dan's Path to Optimization Medicine  Optimizing the body beyond the average  Looking for patterns over a singular root cause  The consequences of over-identifying with a medical diagnosis    18:47 — Brain Optimization + Stimulation  Examining brain patterns   Using ketamine for neuroplasticity My experience braining at Biocybernaut  The effects of ketamine on the brain  Being an objective observer to your past trauma  Nootropic supplements in tandem with treatment  How nootropics differ from “smart drugs” Using Qualia for cognitive enhancement    57:53 — Natural Products vs. Synthetic: Is There a Difference? How foreign substances react in our body  Is “natural” really better for you? How ceremony and ritual affects outcome    01:10:15 — The Peptide Lowdown  Separating fact from fiction: navigating the wild west of peptides  Why big pharma is going after peptides Using peptides to support the thymus gland The best way to use BPC-157 and TB-500 (I use alongside my JustThrive probiotic for a digestive boost) The benefits of Melanotan Using rg3 ginsenoside The best way to integrate peptides into your health routine    01:42:00 — Microdosing as Therapy  The argument for legalizing MDMA (The Love Drug: Marching to the Beat of Ecstasy by Richard S. Cohen)  The validity of microdosing and the importance of study The connection between microdosing and creativity  Epigenetic effects of EMF Dr. Dan's most inspirational teachers (Dr. Plato, Nietzsche, and Pierre Teilhard de Chardin)   More about this episode. Watch on YouTube.   Connect with Luke on social media to learn how to take your lifestyle to the next level, plus catch exclusive live interviews & events: INSTAGRAM - @lukestorey // instagram.com/lukestorey/ FACEBOOK - facebook.com/MrLukeStorey/ TWITTER - @MrLukeStorey // twitter.com/MRLUKESTOREY YOUTUBE - youtube.com/c/LukeStorey THIS SHOW IS BROUGHT TO YOU BY: EATON HEMP. The CBD industry is all about trust, and with so many brands out there just slapping labels on products it is important to know where your products come from. I love Eaton Hemp because they're transparent about where everything comes from–an organic farm in upstate NY where you get the goodness of clean soil. Head to eatonhemp.com and use the code: “LUKE” for 20% off all products.    AND...   ORGANIFI RED. When that 2:30 feeling rolls around, just drop a scoop of Organifi Red in some cold water, stir it with a spoon, and enjoy the antioxidant benefits. Healthier than coffee and no crash! 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There's also a new ambient mode to help you wind down at the end of the day and a recovery mode that will help you rejuvenate after a tough workout. If you are ready to get a new Joovv device, you can get a discount for a limited time over at Joovv.com/luke. HELP SUPPORT THIS SHOW! Love the show? You'll really love Luke's Master Market Online Store!  It's a win-win! Get direct links to all of Luke's hand-picked biohacking and health products all in one place, exclusive discounts, and support the show by making purchases through the web store >> SHOP NOW.   Other ways to support:  SUBSCRIBE >> Apple Podcasts + Stitcher + Google Podcasts + Spotify LEAVE APPLE PODCASTS REVIEW >> Simple step-by-step instructions SHARE >> Spread the word! Tell your family, friends, neighbors, and all your social pals   Resources Website: apeironzoh.com neurohacker.com  (use code LUKE for 15% off everything) Are you ready to block harmful blue light, and look great at the same time? 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Finding Genius Podcast
Examining the More Widespread Generalizations In World Religions and Ancient Traditions with Yair Lior

Finding Genius Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 49:35


Can world religions possibly share more similarities than we may have thought? The similarities may surprise us if we look back at ancient religions and trace them through history. Listen up to learn: Why comparing religions can be dangerous  What inspired the formation of religious texts How religious study can impact students Yair Lior, Ph.D. of religious studies in the department of religion at Boston University, shares his research and study in comparative religion and its science.  While many of the major world religions today may appear vastly different at first glance, they may share ancient similarities branching from distant commonalities. Especially when considering beliefs in the distant past before modern religious ideas, we can begin to uncover the similarities which branch from unexpected practices. If we begin to separate ourselves from where we base our religious beliefs, we can adopt an analytical mindset when studying the world of religion. Moreover, by introducing exploration and education into current beliefs, it may even strengthen the beliefs we currently hold, allowing us to explore deeper than we previously believed. Visit https://bu.academia.edu/YLior to learn more. Episode also available on Apple Podcast: http://apple.co/30PvU9C

The Gateway
Monday, January 10, 2022 - Examining the political polarization in Illinois

The Gateway

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 8:50


Illinois is a Democratic state, but Republicans have strong support in most areas outside Chicago and nearby counties. That divide will shape this year's race for governor.

Rethink Community: The Podcast
Telling a Different Story About the American Dream: Brett + Christine Duncan

Rethink Community: The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2022 33:29


Examining the story we tell about poverty also involves reexamining the story we tell about the opposite of poverty - what we might call success, or the American Dream. Today on the podcast, Brett and Christine Duncan of the Change Leader Alliance, share the story of when their own version of success crumbled into sudden situational poverty, and how that experience helped to reshape their own narrative about poverty, success, and wholeness.   Check Out Saving Cinderella:  http://savingcinderella.com/index-php/the-musical/

The Bay
Examining January 6 with Rep. Zoe Lofgren

The Bay

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2022 14:16


Rep. Zoe Lofgren was in the U.S. Capitol a year ago when a mob of Trump supporters, white supremacists, and conspiracy theorists stormed the building to try and overturn the results of the presidential election. Now she's one of 9 House members — and the only one from the Bay Area — charged with investigating what happened leading up to that day, and who was involved. On this episode, we share an interview between Rep. Lofgren and KQED's Brian Watt.  Guest: Rep. Zoe Lofgren (D-CA), representing California's 19th Congressional District (San Jose, Morgan Hill, Gilroy) This episode was produced by Christopher Beale, Ericka Cruz Guevarra, and Alan Montecillo. The original interview was made by Mary Franklin Harvin, Alex Gonzalez, Katie McMurran, and hosted by Brian Watt.

On the Line
Examining Auburn's receiver room after the departure of Kobe Hudson

On the Line

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 96:25


Noah Gardner breaks down the loss of wide receiver Kobe Hudson. What is the potential fallout of losing the top target in the receiver room? Additionally, it is reported that defensive line coach Nick Eason is headed to Clemson. What does this mean, and where might Auburn look for this staff replacement? Auburn thumped South Carolina 81-66 on Tuesday night. Are the Tigers improving away from home? He speaks with Justin Ferguson of the Auburn Observer and Jacob Hillman, the Auburn Jungle President, to get the latest going on in the Auburn sports world. All that and more on the Wednesday edition of On the Line.

Daybreak Collective
"My Way... or the Highway" (Part 9) At All Costs: Examining the Vision & Calling of Calvin Pettigrew

Daybreak Collective

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 99:48


Welcome to this special edition of the Daybreak Collective Podcast. In this season, we take a look at the beginning of Daybreak Mission and also our connection to the cult Offspring Church, led by Pastor Calvin Pettigrew. We share about all we have learned through the severe spiritual abuse,  deeply examining it, and how to live out biblical leadership according to the ultimate authority on the matter: God's Word."MY WAY... OR THE HIGHWAY"(Part Nine)Join us in this episode as we continue on in the rest of Connie & Larry Schwindt's story and they begin to tell us more about the events that led up to Calvin leaving the church to re-plant Offspring out of a dance studio in Eaton, Colorado. Connie was a board member of Offspring Church and Larry was a Deacon and they both played an integral role in many of the day to day operations of the church.  They are in a unique position to tell us their story because they joined the church early on, before it was even called Offspring Church, and are able to give us some more insight on what happened before the Evans family arrived, and even more importantly- what happened after they left.This is the second of two episodes with the Schwindt's. We hope this series has blessed you and caused you to rely on Jesus in a greater way as well. God Bless you.See More on Instagram:@offspringchurchisacultDaybreak Mission on YouTube:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqzZT-fIF6byQEVOyUvKpZQ"At All Costs" is brought to you by Daybreak Mission Church in Galveston, TX.http://www.daybreakmission.netDaybreak Mission on Instagram@daybreakmission

First UMC Dunedin Messages
True or False: God Won't Give You More Than You Can Handle

First UMC Dunedin Messages

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 26:08


New Message Series! Examining some the cultural Christian cliches to see what's true and what's false. Scripture: 1 Corinthians 10:13

Ruah Space
Examining the Examen with Jeff Campbell

Ruah Space

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 45:45


Jeff Campbell, author of the new book Examining the Examen, joins the podcast to take us into the well-known Christian practice known as the Ignatian Examen. A contemplative practice based on the ministry of Ignatius of Loyola, this creative practice helps us reflect on our lives in order to better see the movement of God. […]

Daybreak Collective
"A Web of Lies" (Part 8) At All Costs: Examining the Vision & Calling of Calvin Pettigrew

Daybreak Collective

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 67:35


Welcome to this special edition of the Daybreak Collective Podcast. In this season, we take a look at the beginning of Daybreak Mission and also our connection to the cult Offspring Church, led by Pastor Calvin Pettigrew. We share about all we have learned through the severe spiritual abuse,  deeply examining it, and how to live out biblical leadership according to the ultimate authority on the matter: God's Word.PART EIGHT:Join us in this episode as we begin to listen to Connie & Larry Schwindt's story concerning their experience serving under Calvin Pettigrew at Offspring Church in Pierce, Colorado. Connie was a board member of Offspring Church and Larry was a Deacon and they both played an integral role in many of the day to day operations of the church.  They are in a unique position to tell us their story because they joined the church early on, before it was even called Offspring Church, and are able to give us some more insight on what happened before the Evans family arrived, and even more importantly- what happened after they left. This is the first of two episodes with the Schwindt's. We hope this series has blessed you and caused you to rely on Jesus in a greater way as well. God Bless you.See More on Instagram:@offspringchurchisacultDaybreak Mission on YouTube:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqzZT-fIF6byQEVOyUvKpZQ"At All Costs" is brought to you by Daybreak Mission Church in Galveston, TX.http://www.daybreakmission.netDaybreak Mission on Instagram@daybreakmission

New Books in African American Studies
Trevor Burnard, "Jamaica in the Age of Revolution" (U Pennsylvania Press, 2020)

New Books in African American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 70:03


Between the start of the Seven Years' War in 1756 and the onset of the French Revolution in 1789, Jamaica was the richest and most important colony in British America. White Jamaican slaveowners presided over a highly productive economic system, a precursor to the modern factory in its management of labor, its harvesting of resources, and its scale of capital investment and output. Planters, supported by a dynamic merchant class in Kingston, created a plantation system in which short-term profit maximization was the main aim. Their slave system worked because the planters who ran it were extremely powerful. In Jamaica in the Age of Revolution (U Pennsylvania Press, 2020), prize-winning historian Trevor Burnard analyzes the men and women who gained so much from the labor of enslaved people in Jamaica to expose the ways in which power was wielded in a period when the powerful were unconstrained by custom, law, or, for the most part, public approbation or disapproval. Burnard finds that the unremitting war by the powerful against the poor and powerless, evident in the day-to-day struggles slaves had with masters, is a crucial context for grasping what enslaved people had to endure. Examining such events as Tacky's Rebellion of 1760 (the largest slave revolt in the Caribbean before the Haitian Revolution), the Somerset decision of 1772, and the murder case of the Zong in 1783 in an Atlantic context, Burnard reveals Jamiaca to be a brutally effective and exploitative society that was highly adaptable to new economic and political circumstances, even when placed under great stress, as during the American Revolution. Jamaica in the Age of Revolution demonstrates the importance of Jamaican planters and merchants to British imperial thinking at a time when slavery was unchallenged. Trevor Burnard is the Wilberforce Professor of Slavery and Emancipation and Director of the Wilberforce Institute at the University of Hull. Professor Burnard is a scholar of early American, imperial, world and Atlantic history, with a special interest in plantation societies in the New World and their connections to eighteenth-century modernity. He is coauthor, with John Garrigus, of The Plantation Machine: Atlantic Capitalism in French Saint-Domingue and British Jamaica, also available from the University of Pennsylvania Press. Jerrad P. Pacatte is a Ph.D. candidate and School of Arts and Sciences Excellence Fellow in the Department of History at Rutgers University-New Brunswick. A social historian of gender, slavery, and emancipation in early America and the Atlantic World, Jerrad is currently completing his dissertation, entitled “The Work of Freedom: African American Women and the Ordeal of Emancipation in New England, 1740-1840” which examines the everyday lives, labors, and emancipation experiences of African-descended women in late-colonial and early republic New England. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/african-american-studies

Maryland CC Project
Chow – The Evidence for Anti-Platelet Therapy in COVID-19

Maryland CC Project

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 37:11


Dr. Jonathan Chow, Associate Professor of Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine, Program Director of the Critical Care Anesthesia Fellowship, and Director of Transplant Anesthesiology at the George Washington University presents a lecture on "Examining the Evidence For and Against Antiplatelet Therapy in COVID-19"

New Books in Southeast Asian Studies
Rommel Argamosa Curaming, "Power and Knowledge in Southeast Asia: State and Scholars in Indonesia and the Philippines" (Routledge, 2019)

New Books in Southeast Asian Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 32:23


Why did leading historians in both Indonesia and the Philippines become involved in projects to write national histories during the 1970s? How far were these projects essentially political undertakings to legitimate the Suharto and Marcos regimes respectively? In conversation with Duncan McCargo, Rommel Curaming discusses how he managed to interview key protagonists behind these controversial history-writing endeavors, many of whom were initially rather reluctant to talk about their roles. Examining two state-sponsored history writing projects in Indonesia and the Philippines in the 1970s, Power and Knowledge in Southeast Asia: State and Scholars in Indonesia and the Philippines (Routledge, 2019) illuminates the contents and contexts of the two projects and, more importantly, provides a nuanced characterization of the relationship between embodiments of power (state, dictators, government officials) and knowledge (intellectuals, historians, history). Known respectively as Sejarah Nasional Indonesia (SNI) and the Tadhana Project, these projects were initiated by the Suharto and Marcos authoritarian regimes against the backdrop of rising and competing nationalisms, as well as the regimes' efforts at political consolidation. The dialectics between actors and the politico-academic contexts determine whether scholarship and politics would clash, mutually support, or co-exist parallel with one another. Rather than one side manipulating or co-opting the other, this study shows the mutual need or partnership between scholars and political actors in these projects. This book proposes the need to embrace rather than deny the entwined power/knowledge if the idea is for scholarship to realize its truly progressive visions. Analyzing the dynamics of state-scholars relations in the two countries, the book will be of interest to academics in the fields on Southeast Asian history and politics, nationalism, historiography, intellectual history and the sociology of knowledge. Rommel A. Curaming is Senior Assistant Professor at the Universiti Brunei Darussalam (UBD). His areas of research include comparative historiography, history and memory of violence, historical theory, and knowledge politics in Southeast Asia, mainly Indonesia and the Philippines.  Eighteen books have appeared to date in the Routledge Rethinking Southeast Asia series, which was launched in 2000. The series includes a number of ground-breaking monographs by scholars including Bob Hadiwinata, Jun Honna, Michael Connors, David Streckfuss and Jess Melvin.  Duncan McCargo is an eclectic, internationalist political scientist and literature buff: his day job is directing the Nordic Institute of Asian Studies at the University of Copenhagen. Learn more here, here, here, and here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/southeast-asian-studies

New Books Network
Rommel Argamosa Curaming, "Power and Knowledge in Southeast Asia: State and Scholars in Indonesia and the Philippines" (Routledge, 2019)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 32:23


Why did leading historians in both Indonesia and the Philippines become involved in projects to write national histories during the 1970s? How far were these projects essentially political undertakings to legitimate the Suharto and Marcos regimes respectively? In conversation with Duncan McCargo, Rommel Curaming discusses how he managed to interview key protagonists behind these controversial history-writing endeavors, many of whom were initially rather reluctant to talk about their roles. Examining two state-sponsored history writing projects in Indonesia and the Philippines in the 1970s, Power and Knowledge in Southeast Asia: State and Scholars in Indonesia and the Philippines (Routledge, 2019) illuminates the contents and contexts of the two projects and, more importantly, provides a nuanced characterization of the relationship between embodiments of power (state, dictators, government officials) and knowledge (intellectuals, historians, history). Known respectively as Sejarah Nasional Indonesia (SNI) and the Tadhana Project, these projects were initiated by the Suharto and Marcos authoritarian regimes against the backdrop of rising and competing nationalisms, as well as the regimes' efforts at political consolidation. The dialectics between actors and the politico-academic contexts determine whether scholarship and politics would clash, mutually support, or co-exist parallel with one another. Rather than one side manipulating or co-opting the other, this study shows the mutual need or partnership between scholars and political actors in these projects. This book proposes the need to embrace rather than deny the entwined power/knowledge if the idea is for scholarship to realize its truly progressive visions. Analyzing the dynamics of state-scholars relations in the two countries, the book will be of interest to academics in the fields on Southeast Asian history and politics, nationalism, historiography, intellectual history and the sociology of knowledge. Rommel A. Curaming is Senior Assistant Professor at the Universiti Brunei Darussalam (UBD). His areas of research include comparative historiography, history and memory of violence, historical theory, and knowledge politics in Southeast Asia, mainly Indonesia and the Philippines.  Eighteen books have appeared to date in the Routledge Rethinking Southeast Asia series, which was launched in 2000. The series includes a number of ground-breaking monographs by scholars including Bob Hadiwinata, Jun Honna, Michael Connors, David Streckfuss and Jess Melvin.  Duncan McCargo is an eclectic, internationalist political scientist and literature buff: his day job is directing the Nordic Institute of Asian Studies at the University of Copenhagen. Learn more here, here, here, and here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in History
Rommel Argamosa Curaming, "Power and Knowledge in Southeast Asia: State and Scholars in Indonesia and the Philippines" (Routledge, 2019)

New Books in History

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 32:23


Why did leading historians in both Indonesia and the Philippines become involved in projects to write national histories during the 1970s? How far were these projects essentially political undertakings to legitimate the Suharto and Marcos regimes respectively? In conversation with Duncan McCargo, Rommel Curaming discusses how he managed to interview key protagonists behind these controversial history-writing endeavors, many of whom were initially rather reluctant to talk about their roles. Examining two state-sponsored history writing projects in Indonesia and the Philippines in the 1970s, Power and Knowledge in Southeast Asia: State and Scholars in Indonesia and the Philippines (Routledge, 2019) illuminates the contents and contexts of the two projects and, more importantly, provides a nuanced characterization of the relationship between embodiments of power (state, dictators, government officials) and knowledge (intellectuals, historians, history). Known respectively as Sejarah Nasional Indonesia (SNI) and the Tadhana Project, these projects were initiated by the Suharto and Marcos authoritarian regimes against the backdrop of rising and competing nationalisms, as well as the regimes' efforts at political consolidation. The dialectics between actors and the politico-academic contexts determine whether scholarship and politics would clash, mutually support, or co-exist parallel with one another. Rather than one side manipulating or co-opting the other, this study shows the mutual need or partnership between scholars and political actors in these projects. This book proposes the need to embrace rather than deny the entwined power/knowledge if the idea is for scholarship to realize its truly progressive visions. Analyzing the dynamics of state-scholars relations in the two countries, the book will be of interest to academics in the fields on Southeast Asian history and politics, nationalism, historiography, intellectual history and the sociology of knowledge. Rommel A. Curaming is Senior Assistant Professor at the Universiti Brunei Darussalam (UBD). His areas of research include comparative historiography, history and memory of violence, historical theory, and knowledge politics in Southeast Asia, mainly Indonesia and the Philippines.  Eighteen books have appeared to date in the Routledge Rethinking Southeast Asia series, which was launched in 2000. The series includes a number of ground-breaking monographs by scholars including Bob Hadiwinata, Jun Honna, Michael Connors, David Streckfuss and Jess Melvin.  Duncan McCargo is an eclectic, internationalist political scientist and literature buff: his day job is directing the Nordic Institute of Asian Studies at the University of Copenhagen. Learn more here, here, here, and here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history

New Books in Political Science
Rommel Argamosa Curaming, "Power and Knowledge in Southeast Asia: State and Scholars in Indonesia and the Philippines" (Routledge, 2019)

New Books in Political Science

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 32:23


Why did leading historians in both Indonesia and the Philippines become involved in projects to write national histories during the 1970s? How far were these projects essentially political undertakings to legitimate the Suharto and Marcos regimes respectively? In conversation with Duncan McCargo, Rommel Curaming discusses how he managed to interview key protagonists behind these controversial history-writing endeavors, many of whom were initially rather reluctant to talk about their roles. Examining two state-sponsored history writing projects in Indonesia and the Philippines in the 1970s, Power and Knowledge in Southeast Asia: State and Scholars in Indonesia and the Philippines (Routledge, 2019) illuminates the contents and contexts of the two projects and, more importantly, provides a nuanced characterization of the relationship between embodiments of power (state, dictators, government officials) and knowledge (intellectuals, historians, history). Known respectively as Sejarah Nasional Indonesia (SNI) and the Tadhana Project, these projects were initiated by the Suharto and Marcos authoritarian regimes against the backdrop of rising and competing nationalisms, as well as the regimes' efforts at political consolidation. The dialectics between actors and the politico-academic contexts determine whether scholarship and politics would clash, mutually support, or co-exist parallel with one another. Rather than one side manipulating or co-opting the other, this study shows the mutual need or partnership between scholars and political actors in these projects. This book proposes the need to embrace rather than deny the entwined power/knowledge if the idea is for scholarship to realize its truly progressive visions. Analyzing the dynamics of state-scholars relations in the two countries, the book will be of interest to academics in the fields on Southeast Asian history and politics, nationalism, historiography, intellectual history and the sociology of knowledge. Rommel A. Curaming is Senior Assistant Professor at the Universiti Brunei Darussalam (UBD). His areas of research include comparative historiography, history and memory of violence, historical theory, and knowledge politics in Southeast Asia, mainly Indonesia and the Philippines.  Eighteen books have appeared to date in the Routledge Rethinking Southeast Asia series, which was launched in 2000. The series includes a number of ground-breaking monographs by scholars including Bob Hadiwinata, Jun Honna, Michael Connors, David Streckfuss and Jess Melvin.  Duncan McCargo is an eclectic, internationalist political scientist and literature buff: his day job is directing the Nordic Institute of Asian Studies at the University of Copenhagen. Learn more here, here, here, and here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/political-science

New Books in Intellectual History
Rommel Argamosa Curaming, "Power and Knowledge in Southeast Asia: State and Scholars in Indonesia and the Philippines" (Routledge, 2019)

New Books in Intellectual History

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 32:23


Why did leading historians in both Indonesia and the Philippines become involved in projects to write national histories during the 1970s? How far were these projects essentially political undertakings to legitimate the Suharto and Marcos regimes respectively? In conversation with Duncan McCargo, Rommel Curaming discusses how he managed to interview key protagonists behind these controversial history-writing endeavors, many of whom were initially rather reluctant to talk about their roles. Examining two state-sponsored history writing projects in Indonesia and the Philippines in the 1970s, Power and Knowledge in Southeast Asia: State and Scholars in Indonesia and the Philippines (Routledge, 2019) illuminates the contents and contexts of the two projects and, more importantly, provides a nuanced characterization of the relationship between embodiments of power (state, dictators, government officials) and knowledge (intellectuals, historians, history). Known respectively as Sejarah Nasional Indonesia (SNI) and the Tadhana Project, these projects were initiated by the Suharto and Marcos authoritarian regimes against the backdrop of rising and competing nationalisms, as well as the regimes' efforts at political consolidation. The dialectics between actors and the politico-academic contexts determine whether scholarship and politics would clash, mutually support, or co-exist parallel with one another. Rather than one side manipulating or co-opting the other, this study shows the mutual need or partnership between scholars and political actors in these projects. This book proposes the need to embrace rather than deny the entwined power/knowledge if the idea is for scholarship to realize its truly progressive visions. Analyzing the dynamics of state-scholars relations in the two countries, the book will be of interest to academics in the fields on Southeast Asian history and politics, nationalism, historiography, intellectual history and the sociology of knowledge. Rommel A. Curaming is Senior Assistant Professor at the Universiti Brunei Darussalam (UBD). His areas of research include comparative historiography, history and memory of violence, historical theory, and knowledge politics in Southeast Asia, mainly Indonesia and the Philippines.  Eighteen books have appeared to date in the Routledge Rethinking Southeast Asia series, which was launched in 2000. The series includes a number of ground-breaking monographs by scholars including Bob Hadiwinata, Jun Honna, Michael Connors, David Streckfuss and Jess Melvin.  Duncan McCargo is an eclectic, internationalist political scientist and literature buff: his day job is directing the Nordic Institute of Asian Studies at the University of Copenhagen. Learn more here, here, here, and here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/intellectual-history

The Equipping Podcast
Examining Toxic Views of God

The Equipping Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 26:44


Nathan and Karen host Jim Smith, author of The Good and Beautiful God, and founder and Executive Director of the Apprentice Institute for Christian Spiritual Formation at Friends University, as well as a founding member of Richard J. Foster's spiritual renewal ministry, Renovaré. In this episode they discuss how our experiences shape our view of God, and how many Christians unknowingly view him as powerful but angry. Listen in and examine your own view of God.

The Sidetracked Podcast
The Sidetracked Podcast Episode 627 - The Finish Line

The Sidetracked Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2022 201:57


Topics Include:Featured Movie Review: The Matrix ResurrectionsFeatured Movie Review: "mystery movie 1"Examining 525 episodes' worth of Featured ReviewsWhat We've Been Watching:YesterdayCastle In The Sky"mystery movie 2"Rambo III"mystery movie 3"Don't Look UpThe Book Of Boba Fett 1x01Nathan's Question Corner:What will we miss most about doing Sidetracked?What would we choose for our final meal?What would we change about Sidetracked if we could go back in time?Which movie would we force one another to watch if we wanted to torture each other?If we could have any guest on the show, who would we choose?Would we reconsider ending the show if we got paid to do it?What is each of our favorite pieces of artwork that the other has created?What would we like to see one another do with our free time spent not recording Sidetracked over the next year?Runtime: 3 hours, 22 minutesWARNING: The Sidetracked Podcast contains spoilers and dirty words.

Christian Assembly Church - Latest Audio
Examining Ourselves – Sun. Jan. 2, 2022

Christian Assembly Church - Latest Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2022 48:10


This life is but a quick dash between our date of birth and death. One day soon this life will be over. By living for ... continue reading.

Christian Assembly Church - Latest Video
Examining Ourselves – Sun. Jan. 2, 2022

Christian Assembly Church - Latest Video

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2022


This life is but a quick dash between our date of birth and death. One day soon this life will be over. By living for ... continue reading.

West Coast Radio
West Coast Radio Reviews 2021

West Coast Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 69:08


Welcome to West Coast Radio's 2021 year end review. Warren is here to co-host and we're excited to move forward into 2021! Here are some of the topics discussed on the episode... Happy New Year! The Great ResignationGhislaine Maxwell is arrested and found guilty of many serious crimes, faces up to 170 years in jail Tik Tok tops 1 billion users in 2021 Lack of passion in mainstream art. Examining the spirit of Olivia Rodrigo vs The Allman Brothers Malls are not really a thing anymore are they? Pandas are no longer endangered: According to China Russian Cold War: If NATO steps in, Russia says it'll drop a nuke. US Capitol gets invaded  

New Life Fellowship Sermons
Examining Our Lives

New Life Fellowship Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 34:19


In the last Sunday sermon of 2021, Pastor Rich leads us through a spiritual reflection and examination of our lives with God. What are the spiritual disciplines you need to anchor you in a life with God?

Astral Projection Podcast
Rubbish Tip to Astral Projection Tip

Astral Projection Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 4:58


Examining your belief system can help in your astral projection efforts.

The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.
The Secret To Losing Weight And Feeling Great with Dr. Rangan Chatterjee

The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 73:18


This episode is sponsored by Essentia, Thrive Market, and Rupa Health. If you stop to look at the real reasons you're eating certain foods, it's not a lack of self-control like the stigma suggests. It is a lack of other things in your life, though. Today on The Doctor's Farmacy, Dr. Rangan Chatterjee and I break down the factors that contribute to overeating and eating nutrient-poor foods and look at the best methods for healthy and lasting weight loss. Dr. Chatterjee is regarded as one of the most influential medical doctors in the UK and wants to change how medicine will be practiced for years to come. He hosts the most listened to health podcast in the UK and Europe, Feel Better, Live More—which regularly tops the Apple Podcast charts and is listened to by over 2 million people every single month. This episode is brought to you by Essentia, Thrive Market, and Rupa Health. Essentia is having its last big sale of the year now. Get 25% off plus an additional exclusive $100 off with a purchase of a Queen, King, or California King mattress here. Thrive Market is offering all Doctor's Farmacy listeners an extra 25% off your first purchase and a free gift when you sign up for Thrive Market here. Rupa Health is a place for Functional Medicine practitioners to access more than 2,000 specialty lab tests from over 20 labs like DUTCH, Vibrant America, Genova, Great Plains, and more. You can check out a free live demo with a Q&A or create an account here. Here are more of the details from our interview (audio version / Apple Subscriber version): A personalized and compassionate approach to weight loss (7:13 / 3:24) Why do we eat? (14:55 / 11:07) Eliminating blame and shame around weight gain and weight loss (18:50 / 15:00) Examining what we are hungry for (26:25 / 21:05) Making your environment and home a “safe zone” (33:16 / 28:24) Planning your nutritional week (40:25 / 35:03)The cost, time, and skills needed to cook for yourself (42:11 / 36:53) How close are you to feeling great? (54:31 / 49:55) The role of exercise in weight loss (58:06 / 52:46) The 3 daily habits that Dr. Chatterjee recommends (1:07:06 / 1:01:50) Learn more about Dr. Chatterjee at https://drchatterjee.com/ and get Dr. Chatterjee's book, Feel Great, Lose Weight: Simple Habits for Lasting and Sustainable Weight Loss at https://drchatterjee.com/feel-great-lose-weight. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

New Books in History
Isaac A. Kamola, "Making the World Global: U.S. Universities and the Production of the Global Imaginary" (Duke UP, 2019)

New Books in History

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 99:25


Following World War II the American government and philanthropic foundations fundamentally remade American universities into sites for producing knowledge about the world as a collection of distinct nation-states. As neoliberal reforms took hold in the 1980s, visions of the world made popular within area studies and international studies found themselves challenged by ideas and educational policies that originated in business schools and international financial institutions. Academics within these institutions reimagined the world instead as a single global market and higher education as a commodity to be bought and sold. By the 1990s, American universities embraced this language of globalization, and globalization eventually became the organizing logic of higher education.  In Making the World Global: U.S. Universities and the Production of the Global Imaginary (Duke UP, 2019), Isaac A. Kamola examines how the relationships among universities, the American state, philanthropic organizations, and international financial institutions created the conditions that made it possible to imagine the world as global. Examining the Center for International Studies, Harvard Business School, the World Bank, the Social Science Research Council, and NYU, Kamola demonstrates that how we imagine the world is always symptomatic of the material relations within which knowledge is produced. Dr. Kamola is currently an Associate Professor of Political Science and President of the American Association of University Professors (AAUP) chapter at Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut. Sara Katz is a postdoctoral associate in the history department at Duke University. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history

New Books in Intellectual History
Isaac A. Kamola, "Making the World Global: U.S. Universities and the Production of the Global Imaginary" (Duke UP, 2019)

New Books in Intellectual History

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 99:25


Following World War II the American government and philanthropic foundations fundamentally remade American universities into sites for producing knowledge about the world as a collection of distinct nation-states. As neoliberal reforms took hold in the 1980s, visions of the world made popular within area studies and international studies found themselves challenged by ideas and educational policies that originated in business schools and international financial institutions. Academics within these institutions reimagined the world instead as a single global market and higher education as a commodity to be bought and sold. By the 1990s, American universities embraced this language of globalization, and globalization eventually became the organizing logic of higher education.  In Making the World Global: U.S. Universities and the Production of the Global Imaginary (Duke UP, 2019), Isaac A. Kamola examines how the relationships among universities, the American state, philanthropic organizations, and international financial institutions created the conditions that made it possible to imagine the world as global. Examining the Center for International Studies, Harvard Business School, the World Bank, the Social Science Research Council, and NYU, Kamola demonstrates that how we imagine the world is always symptomatic of the material relations within which knowledge is produced. Dr. Kamola is currently an Associate Professor of Political Science and President of the American Association of University Professors (AAUP) chapter at Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut. Sara Katz is a postdoctoral associate in the history department at Duke University. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/intellectual-history

New Books Network
Isaac A. Kamola, "Making the World Global: U.S. Universities and the Production of the Global Imaginary" (Duke UP, 2019)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 99:25


Following World War II the American government and philanthropic foundations fundamentally remade American universities into sites for producing knowledge about the world as a collection of distinct nation-states. As neoliberal reforms took hold in the 1980s, visions of the world made popular within area studies and international studies found themselves challenged by ideas and educational policies that originated in business schools and international financial institutions. Academics within these institutions reimagined the world instead as a single global market and higher education as a commodity to be bought and sold. By the 1990s, American universities embraced this language of globalization, and globalization eventually became the organizing logic of higher education.  In Making the World Global: U.S. Universities and the Production of the Global Imaginary (Duke UP, 2019), Isaac A. Kamola examines how the relationships among universities, the American state, philanthropic organizations, and international financial institutions created the conditions that made it possible to imagine the world as global. Examining the Center for International Studies, Harvard Business School, the World Bank, the Social Science Research Council, and NYU, Kamola demonstrates that how we imagine the world is always symptomatic of the material relations within which knowledge is produced. Dr. Kamola is currently an Associate Professor of Political Science and President of the American Association of University Professors (AAUP) chapter at Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut. Sara Katz is a postdoctoral associate in the history department at Duke University. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in World Affairs
Isaac A. Kamola, "Making the World Global: U.S. Universities and the Production of the Global Imaginary" (Duke UP, 2019)

New Books in World Affairs

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 99:25


Following World War II the American government and philanthropic foundations fundamentally remade American universities into sites for producing knowledge about the world as a collection of distinct nation-states. As neoliberal reforms took hold in the 1980s, visions of the world made popular within area studies and international studies found themselves challenged by ideas and educational policies that originated in business schools and international financial institutions. Academics within these institutions reimagined the world instead as a single global market and higher education as a commodity to be bought and sold. By the 1990s, American universities embraced this language of globalization, and globalization eventually became the organizing logic of higher education.  In Making the World Global: U.S. Universities and the Production of the Global Imaginary (Duke UP, 2019), Isaac A. Kamola examines how the relationships among universities, the American state, philanthropic organizations, and international financial institutions created the conditions that made it possible to imagine the world as global. Examining the Center for International Studies, Harvard Business School, the World Bank, the Social Science Research Council, and NYU, Kamola demonstrates that how we imagine the world is always symptomatic of the material relations within which knowledge is produced. Dr. Kamola is currently an Associate Professor of Political Science and President of the American Association of University Professors (AAUP) chapter at Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut. Sara Katz is a postdoctoral associate in the history department at Duke University. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/world-affairs

El Bethel International Ministries
FBS - 12.28.2021 | Ruth 2 - Being In God's Will And Examining What Influences Your Decisions | Message by Pastor Kiruba Stephen - Audio

El Bethel International Ministries

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 65:40


May the God of Wonders Bless You!

Nehemia's Wall Podcast
Hebrew Voices #138 – The Importance of Examining Manuscripts in Person

Nehemia's Wall Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2021 33:18


In this episode of Hebrew Voices, The Importance of Examining Manuscripts in Person, Bible Scholar Nehemia Gordon shares how blessed he has been to examine 4 of the “Big Six” Bible Manuscripts using sophisticated ultraviolet and infrared equipment and the … Continue reading → The post Hebrew Voices #138 – The Importance of Examining Manuscripts in Person appeared first on Nehemia's Wall.

iilluminaughtii
Examining Chik-Fil-A's Strict Anti LGBTQ+ Practices | Corporate Casket

iilluminaughtii

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 33:32


Go to http://stitchfix.com/casket to try Stitch Fix Freestyle. Go to http://hellofresh.com/casket14 and use code casket14 for up to 14 free meals AND 3 free gifts. Go to http://mintmobile.com/casket to cut your wireless bill to $15 a month.  Welcome to the Corporate Casket, a weekly series where bad businesses go to die.  Connect With Me: https://linktr.ee/iilluminaughtii This episode was edited and mixed by: G. Thomas Craig   Album cover art created by: Betsy Primes Intro Song Credits: Trauma- Will Van De Crommert Outro Song Credits: Electronica Punch- Oleksandr Koltsov Ad Music Credits: Tango de Manzana by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/4460-tango-de-manzana License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license Backbay Lounge by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3408-backbay-lounge License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license

McNeil & Parkins Show
Hub Arkush remains bullish while examining Justin Fields' play (Hour 3)

McNeil & Parkins Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 41:12


In the third hour, Danny Parkins and Matt Spiegel were joined by Score football expert Hub Arkush, who discussed how Bears rookie quarterback Justin Fields has grown and where he has regressed this season. Later, BetQL Daily host Joe Ostrowski joined the show to discuss the likelihood of Bears general manager Ryan Pace returning in his same position in 2022. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Hockey Central @ Noon
Examining Team Canada's Roster at the World Juniors

Hockey Central @ Noon

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 66:21


Jeff examines who the Pittsburgh Penguins are as 2021 wins down, and brings on Dejan Kovacevic to answer that question (1:32). The end of the year also means it's almost time for the World Juniors, and Sam Cosentino joins Jeff to discuss the Canadian roster, including who might see time in net (19:08). Afterwards, Jeff breaks down the Calgary Flames with Hailey Salvian and how they're dealing with COVID-19, and they also discuss Marie-Philip Poulin still being one of the best players in the clutch in the history of the sport (47:39).The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Sports & Media or any affiliate.

Medicine Stories
83. Coming Home to the Mushroom Elders - Amanita Dreamer

Medicine Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 87:33


When Amanita muscaria says “Hey bitch, what's up?”, you listen. Also known as the fly agaric, this most culturally significant fungi of all time has been maligned and misunderstood by modern people. May we reweave the ancient relationship between Amanita and humans and hear what these sentient, wise beings are saying to us. IN THE INTERVIEW: How a chance encounter with Amanita muscaria saved AD's life the day before she was going to end it (trauma, anxiety, and the pharmacological lobotomy that is benzodiazepines) The nuances of our bodies that are written in to our nervous systems The long history between Amanita muscaria and human beings Examining the myth that the fly agaric is deadly Nerding out on science and how Amanita affects the GABA neural pathways to help with anxiety and being stuck in fight-or-flight The two main active constituents in this fungus: ibotenic acid and muscimol and their effects There is great medicinal variability in Amanita compared to psilocybin This is the kind of mushroom that asks you to slow down and pay attention Preparing the medicine to get the most consistent dosing  When mammal meets fungi meets bacteria- was Soma (the revered ancient intoxicant whose ingredients are shrouded in mystery) Amanita muscaria processed with raw milk? This medicine, the ancestors, and drums are intertwined in the ancient human past When you don't “get anything” from an entheogenic substance Using Amanita as a topical oil Science, regulation, patents, commerce and the future of this fungus RESOURCES (if listening on an app that doesn't support embedded links, find these at https://mythicmedicine.love/podcast): AmanitaDreamer.net Medicine Stories Patreon (podcast bonuses!) My website MythicMedicine.love  Take our fun Which Healing Herb is Your Spirit Medicine? Quiz Fly Agaric: A Compendium of History, Pharmacology, Mythology, & Exploration edited by Kevin Feeney The Vaults of Erowid Psyched Wellness' research on Amanita Medicine Stories Facebook group Mythic Medicine on Instagram Music by Mariee Sioux (from her beautiful song Wild Eyes)