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The 1% Podcast
053 - Ultramarathons and Selling Homes with Fulton Williams

The 1% Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 27, 2023 31:46


Fulton joined Hunter on today's episode of the 1% podcast to talk about his journey of running ultramarathons, business and how they are both intertwined. Fulton is currently training for one of his biggest races to date and speaks on how the battles you fight during running, ultimately help you out in your business life, personal life, and everything in between. Tune in this week for an awesome interview

Contractor Growth Tips
#377 The Perfect Production Packet (feat. George Hodges Fulton - Pinnacle Business Guides)

Contractor Growth Tips

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 27, 2023 45:18


Today Logan Shinholser sits down with George Hodges Fulton to discuss how he took BOWA Construction from $12 million to $35 million through his awesome production management skills    George has been able to zero in on his true passion – helping business owners and leadership teams get what they want from their businesses. George holds an undergraduate degree from the University of Virginia. He earned his Master's degree in Construction Management and Manufacturing Technology from Colorado State University while building his career in the construction industry in Denver, Colorado. After relocating to the Washington, DC area, George spent 14 years with BOWA Inc., the largest whole-house remodeler in the country. There he was introduced to the power of a business operating system (Scaling Up) and saw its impact firsthand as he worked on and within the system. George ultimately became a Principal of the firm and helped grow it from $12 to $35 million. He also worked within the business as an intrapreneur, building a division from just a concept to over $15 million in revenue. In 2017, he was brought in to be the COO of a Landscape Design/Build firm. There he self-implemented the EOS business operating system, increasing revenue by 129% and net profit by 351%. He went on to become a Certified EOS Implementer, working with dozens of companies to help them gain traction and achieve great results. A lifelong student of business, George is always learning, evaluating and refining the tools he uses to help his clients. This journey ultimately led him in 2021 to become a Certified Pinnacle Business Guide.   Visit our website: www.contractorgrowthnetwork.com  

Audio Arguendo
Supreme Court of Missouri Missouri ex rel. Andrew Bailey v. Fulton, Case No. SC99813

Audio Arguendo

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2023


Criminal Procedure: Under Missouri law, may the attorney general override a local prosecutor's motion to vacate a wrongful conviction? - Argued: Tue, 24 Jan 2023 9:52:26 EDT

Tale of the Tape Boxing Podcast
363 - Beterbiev vs. Yarde fight preview - Eubank Jr. vs. Smith reaction - Plant vs. Benavidez, Spence vs. Thurman, Inoue vs. Fulton

Tale of the Tape Boxing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2023 64:20


The Boxing Rant podcast returns for its 10th season. The fellas cover the fallout from Liam Smith's 4th round KO against Chris Eubank Jr. The Boxing Rant previews Artur Beterbiev vs. Anthony Yarde. Plus the guys discuss the latetst fight announcments, including Caleb Plant vs. David Benavidez, Errol Spence vs. Keith Thurman, and Naoya Inoue vs. Stephen Fulton.Support The Boxing Rant at https://www.Patreon.com/BoxingRantFollow us on Twitter:@KennyKeithJr - twitter.com/KennyKeithJr@VinceCummings81 - twitter.com/vincecummmings81 The Boxing Rant is produced by Kenny Keith @KennyKeithJr. Original artwork created by Kenny Keith for The Boxing Rant. Original Logo created by @Fightposium for The Boxing Rant. Original music produced by DJ Steve Bills @ChromeBills for The Boxing Rant.

Political Rewind
Political Rewind: Judge weighs release of Fulton probe report; Poll shows were Georgians stand

Political Rewind

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2023 51:10


Tuesday on Political Rewind: A Fulton County judge holds a hearing that will decide if findings from a special grand jury investigating Trump's election interference will be made public. Plus a new poll shows how Georgians feel about major issues this legislative session. The panel: Fred Smith, @fredosmithjr, professor of constitutional law, Emory University Karen Owen, @ProfKarenOwen, professor of political science, University of West Georgia Kurt Young, professor of political science, Clark Atlanta University Tamar Hallerman, @TamarHallerman, senior reporter, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution Timestamps 0:00 - Introduction 4:00 - The Fulton County probe could release its final report today. 31:00 - What Georgians hope the Legislature will address. 44:00 - Will the Legislature address abortion? Please be sure to download our newsletter: www.gpb.org/newsletters. And subscribe, follow and rate this show wherever podcasts are found.

Tha Boxing Voice
☎️Naoya Inoue Vs. Stephen Fulton In The Works For May in

Tha Boxing Voice

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2023 169:00


#NaoyaInoue #StephenFultonn #InoueFulton ️️️☎️Naoya Inoue Vs. Stephen Fulton In The Works For May in

ITRBoxing Radio Boxing Podcast
Episode 643: Liam Smith Stops Chris Eubank Jr., Artur Beterbiev Set To Fight Anthony Yarde + Alexis Rocha vs Anthony Young Preview w/ guests Cesar Francis, Dakota of Slip and Weave Podcast, Stephen Fulton Jr (archival interview) and Anthony Young

ITRBoxing Radio Boxing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 153:38


Welcome to another episode. In this show we start with Cesar Francis, who fights this Wednesday on ProBoxTV.com, you can watch this without a paywall on ProBoxTV's Facebook and YouTube channels. Francis is an undefeated 140 lbs fighter who is looking to face the best fighters in his division, at (00:29:30) Dakota and I breakdown the Chris Eubank Jr loss to Liam Smith as well as preview Tim Tszyu vs Tony Harrison and talk about Artur Beterbiev vs Anthony Yarde which we see as a mismatch , followed by (01:32:00) an archival interview with Stephen Fulton Jr we conducted in 2021 as he was announced last week as having a fight with Naoya Inoue agreed to in principle, but not officially, and we conclude the show with (01:59:00) Anthony "Juice" Young, who is fighting Alexis Rocha on Saturday night in the L.A. area on DAZN. Support my newsletter http://lukieboxing.substack.comsupport the pod http//lukieboxing.podomatic.comsupport the YouTube http://www.youtube.com/c/itrboxingsupport our website http://www.itrboxing.com

The Last Round
251: Special Guest: Writer, Craig Scott - Review Eubank-Smith, Conor Benn, Preview Beterbiev-Yarde, Rocha-Young, GBP's 147 Fighters, Berlanga-TR Split, Inoue-Fulton Possible, Benavidez-Plant Reported, Tszyu-Harrison in Australia

The Last Round

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 83:19


Craig Scott is a boxing writer whose work has been published in BoxingNewsOnline.net, Boxing Monthly, and he currently runs his own website at BoxingZombie.UK. Follow Craig on Twitter @CraigScott209. Keep up with the show: https://linktr.ee/TheLastRound 

Oneida Gospel Messages
1 - 22 - 23 The Light Of His Glory And Grace - Andrew Fulton.MP3

Oneida Gospel Messages

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 22, 2023 38:37


1 - 22 - 23 The Light Of His Glory And Grace - Andrew Fulton.MP3 by Oneida Gospel Church

The Chubby Ranks Show
Ep.39 Bloodsport Daily 1 Fulton vs Inoue, IBF orders Ruiz vs Hrgovic, Tony Yoka return vs Carlos Takam, and Edgar Berlanga becoming a free agent

The Chubby Ranks Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2023 22:29


thoughts on Stephen Fulton vs The Monster Inoue, the IBF ordering Andy Ruiz vs Filip Hrgovic, Edgar Berlanga parting ways with Top Rank, and Tony Yoka in a comeback fight vs Carlos Takam. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/derrick-williams21/message

Inside Boxing Live
205 | Inoue-Fulton incoming, Eubank-Smith preview, Berlanga leaves Top Rank

Inside Boxing Live

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2023 52:31


On this episode, Dan and Chris react to the Naoya Inoue vs. Stephen Fulton rumors and preview the Chris Eubank vs. Liam Smith fight this weekend in the UK. Enjoy!

Best of Columbia On Demand
(AUDIO): Missouri Attorney General Andrew Bailey discusses Mexico/Fulton hospital closings on "Wake Up Mid-Missouri"

Best of Columbia On Demand

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 14:54


State Rep. Kent Haden (R-Mexico), describes what happened to employees regarding health insurance premiums at the now-closed Fulton and Mexico hospitals as criminal. Haden, who chairs the Missouri House Healthcare Reform committee, tells 939 the Eagle that the hospitals allegedly took money out of employees' pay for health care but did not actually pay insurance premiums. Haden says one employee has $50,000 in unpaid hospital bills for a child with spina bifida. Missouri Attorney General Andrew Bailey joined us live on 939 the Eagle's "Wake Up Mid-Missouri" this morning, telling listeners that he's limited in what he can say due to his office's ongoing investigation. General Bailey says his office will not allow these employees to be taken advantage of, emphasizing that his office has broad authority to protect Missouri consumers:

Tales of Southwest Michigan's Past
S2 E7 - The History & Culture of the Nottawaseppi Huron Band of the Potawatomi: An Interview with Kevin Harris from the NHBP Culture Office

Tales of Southwest Michigan's Past

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2023 48:08


Join me for a look at the history and culture of the Nottawaseppi Huron Band of the Potawatomi (NHBP) as I interview Kevin Harris from the tribes culture office. The NHBP is a Federally Recognized tribe which resides on the Pine Creek Indian Reservation in Fulton, Michigan. They also have land in the Athens area. Mr. Harris explains some of the early migration of the tribe around the Great Lakes, even from the time before the French occupied the Michigan Territory. He explains a lot of the culture and teachings of the NHBP, and offers a beautiful insight into the tribal view of the importance of being stewards to the natural world. For more information on the NHBP, visit: https://nhbp-nsn.gov/ To follow Kevin Harris on Facebook and to see his artwork, visit: https://www.facebook.com/sitting.bull.37266 For more information Michael Delaware, visit: https://www.michaeldelaware.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/michael-delaware/support

Oneida Gospel Messages
1-15-23 The Problem With Pride - Andrew Fulton

Oneida Gospel Messages

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2023 46:27


1-15-23 The Problem With Pride - Andrew Fulton by Oneida Gospel Church

Show-Me Sports Network
BBB: SBC vs. Fulton: 01/14/23: Broadcast #0258

Show-Me Sports Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2023 125:01


Unfound
Episode 352: Lesley Allen and Children: 3 Kids And A Lady

Unfound

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2023 124:28


Lesley Allen, 45 years old, and her 3 youngest children with the last name Anderson: Rachel--13, Cameron--12, and Kyle 9, all lived in Fulton, MS with a new man in her life. Around April 11, 2000, Lesley's former inlaws noticed they could not reach her or the children. The new boyfriend said Lesley and the chlidren took off with a truck driver. They were never seen again. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/andersonfamily1999 Charley Project: https://charleyproject.org/case/kyle-nicholas-james-anderson https://charleyproject.org/case/cameron-jeffrey-anderson https://charleyproject.org/case/rachel-marie-anderson NAMUS: https://www.namus.gov/MissingPersons/Case#/19398?nav https://www.namus.gov/MissingPersons/Case#/19397?nav https://www.namus.gov/MissingPersons/Case#/19396?nav If you have any information concerning the disappearances of Kyle, Rachel, Cameron, and Lesley, please contact the Indiana State Police at (812) 689-5000. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Best of Columbia On Demand
(AUDIO): State Rep. Kent Haden (R-Mexico) says Mexico/Fulton areas are health deserts, with hospital closings

Best of Columbia On Demand

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 4:01


State Rep. Kent Haden (R-Mexico) is lamenting the 2022 closing of the hospitals in rural mid-Missouri's Fulton and Mexico. Representative Haden didn't mince words on 939 the Eagle's "Wake Up Mid-Missouri", telling listeners that the Mexico area has been taken to the cleaners by two or three companies. He says the Missouri House should consider holding hearings:

Political Breakfast with Denis O’Hayer
Fulton special grand jury dissolved, new blood at Georgia's Capitol, a near fight on House floor in Washington

Political Breakfast with Denis O’Hayer

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 26:35


This week on Political Breakfast, the Fulton County special grand jury that examined potential criminal interference in Georgia's 2020 presidential election has completed its work and is being dissolved. And Georgia lawmakers elected a new Speaker of the House and a leader of the Senate on the first day of the state's annual legislative session — without the kind of fights recently seen on the House floor in Washington.Host Lisa Rayam checks in with Democratic Strategist Tharon Johnson and Gainesville's WDUN talk show host Martha Zoller, in for Republican Strategist Brian Robinson -- who's celebrating the Georgia Bulldog's win. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Marietta Daily Journal Podcast
Man hospitalized after single car accident

Marietta Daily Journal Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 10:44


 A man was hospitalized Sunday night after crashing into a tree off Cobb Parkway in Marietta, police announced. According to the Cobb County Police Department, the man, who has not been identified, was driving a white Nissan Altima north on Cobb Parkway near its intersection with Progressive Way. The car left the roadway and crashed into a tree. The driver was trapped in the vehicle and seriously injured, police said. After being extricated from the car he was taken to Wellstar Kennestone Hospital. Anyone with information about the crash is asked to call police.  A Kennesaw woman was killed Saturday after being hit by a car as she was walking a dog, the Cobb County Police Department announced. Veronica Miller was struck by a car and killed around 9 a.m. Saturday, police said. According to police, Miller was walking the dog and crossing Wooten Lake Road at its intersection with Glenlake Parkway when she was struck. The dog was not injured. Miller was crossing from the north side to the south side of Wooten Lake Road, and was struck by a blue 1999 BMW 328i, according to police. The driver, a 23-year-old Kennesaw man, was not injured. Anyone with information about the incident is asked to call police.   There was no way around it. A Sierra Canyon boys team known for its flash, for its highlights, for the celebrity that follows, was going to have to get gritty Saturday night, assistant coach Chris Howe said. The Trailblazers were taking on nationally ranked Wheeler, a team that Howe said, simply had "dudes." Two of those dudes, in fact, were playing at their future stomping grounds — seniors Isaiah Collier and Arrington Page, a pair of Southern California signees. But after Sierra Canyon fell behind by double digits early, its move-on-a-string defense overwhelmed the prized recruits and Wheeler in a 66-55 win — perhaps the Trailblazers' best of the season. The team down by eight at halftime, Sierra Canyon's staff "challenged" senior Ashton Hardaway, coach Andre Chevalier said after the game. And Hardaway — son of former NBA All-Star Penny Hardaway and a Memphis commit — responded with perhaps his best all-around half as a Trailblazer, getting aggressive on the glass and banging down low with Page. It was his range, though, that propelled him to 18 points and a pair of massive third-quarter threes to pull Sierra Canyon back into the game, Hardaway barking at any Wheeler defender within earshot while backpedaling down the floor. And after a quiet first half, Bronny James continued to show an improved sense of the moment in his senior year, detonating for 17 fourth-quarter points. Collier finished with 17 points but was held by James, Isaiah Elohim and a horde of Trailblazers wing defenders to five-for-16 shooting. Page, who Chevalier called "the most skilled player that we've played all year long," finished with just eight points and seven rebounds. Before all dogs go to heaven, many dogs go to shelters. At an adoption event held by LifeLine Animal Project and Best Friends in Atlanta, a number of dogs — and one cat — were adopted out of the shelter and foster system to become family pets. The dogs were gathered — though socially distanced — on leashes outside the office of Best Friends in Atlanta off of South Cobb Drive near Dobbins Air Reserve Base. Most of them were taken to the event by their foster owners. An outbreak of canine flu in Fulton and DeKalb counties is part of the reason why the shelter system in the metro Atlanta is stressed. According to Vickers, the LifeLine shelters are diverting all new intakes to foster homes instead of shelters to prevent them from potentially coming into contact with contagious shelter dogs. Most dogs recover from canine influenza within two to three weeks, according to the CDC, though the virus sometimes leads to more severe illness. LifeLine is still adopting out dogs that are testing positive for canine flu to people who don't have other dogs. Foster families without other dogs can also help keep infected dogs isolated from shelters. Fostering for any amount of time, even over a single weekend, can help dogs find permanent homes because it provides more information to potential adopters about how a dog behaves in a home environment. Both organizations vaccinate, microchip and either spay or neuter their animals before they are adopted out. For more, visit lifelineanimal.org and bestfriends.org/atlanta.  Students and teachers alike lined the streets Friday afternoon to give a warm welcome to Marietta High's boys and girls cross country teams, who swept the state championships last year. 2022 was the second time in three years Marietta claimed both Class AAAAAAA titles, doing so in 2020 as well. Buses carrying the champions processed through west Marietta, ending at the high school. Declared one Burruss Elementary School student as the parade neared, "This is one of the best days of school ever." Students and parents held up signs supporting their favorite runners. People and businesses are responding to a break-in at a local eatery with donations and gifts. Two days before Christmas, thieves smashed the front door of Pie Bar Marietta near Marietta Square around 5 a.m. and left with a cash drawer and safe from the bakery. Owner Lauren Bolden discovered the break-in when she arrived at the store that morning. Pie Bar's locations in Marietta and Woodstock have seen a response from the community in the weeks since the break-in. Woodstock City Church bought tacos for the staff's lunch, Bolden said, while Woodstock Mayor Michael Caldwell asked people to donate money to the business on his Facebook page. Since the break-in, Pie Bar Marietta added some security measures, and it has operated without accepting cash. Bolden said the business is considering going cashless at the Woodstock location, too. Bolden wasn't sure whether the business had recouped the cost of the stolen money and the door replacement yet, but she said the support helped the business get through a difficult day. On December 23, the day of the robbery, several hundred customers were supposed to pick up their Christmas orders from Pie Bar Marietta. Those pies had to moved to the original store, Bolden said, and all the associated customers had to be told their pies were now in Woodstock. Vivan Gamel of Acworth, the general manager for both locations, woke up to several missed calls from Bolden that morning and went into work early to help. Gamel, who works mostly at the Marietta Pie Bar, said she thinks the majority of people who have come in lately have heard about the crime, and are coming in to make sure everyone is okay and support the business. #CobbCounty #Georgia #LocalNews      -            -            -            -            -            The Marietta Daily Journal Podcast is local news for Marietta, Kennesaw, Smyrna, and all of Cobb County.             Subscribe today, so you don't miss an episode! MDJOnline            Register Here for your essential digital news.            https://www.chattahoocheetech.edu/  https://cuofga.org/ https://www.esogrepair.com/ https://www.drakerealty.com/           Find additional episodes of the MDJ Podcast here.             This Podcast was produced and published for the Marietta Daily Journal and MDJ Online by BG Ad Group   For more information be sure to visit https://www.bgpodcastnetwork.com            See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

AJC
1/10/23: Fulton special grand jury completes Trump investigation...and more news

AJC

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 3:10


Fulton special grand jury completes Trump investigation; Solar panel maker Qcells expected to announce huge Georgia expansion; Lawmakers elect Georgia House Speaker Burns on quick first day

Oneida Gospel Messages
1-8-23 A Call To Repentance - Andrew Fulton

Oneida Gospel Messages

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2023 42:03


1-8-23 A Call To Repentance - Andrew Fulton by Oneida Gospel Church

KnowImSaved Bible Teaching
Verse by verse teaching - Hosea 2:13-15 “Hope In the Valley” - Richard Fulton

KnowImSaved Bible Teaching

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2023 32:16


Pastor Richard Fulton teaches verse by verse through the scriptures with the primary objective of communicating the Gospel of Christ, which is the power of God unto salvation, in a clear and simple light.

AJC
1/6/23: Biden to honor former Fulton election workers on January 6th...and more news

AJC

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 3:58


Biden to honor former Fulton election workers on January 6th; Third Hyundai supplier announces factory near future Georgia EV plant; Chick-fil-A investigating ‘suspicious activity' on mobile app; Georgia's governor blasts tailgating policy at football title game

Why Did Peter Sink?
Why I am Catholic (part 5): The Real “Spirit Murder”

Why Did Peter Sink?

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 24:29


People don't really hate the Catholic Church. They hate what they've been taught is the Church, most of which is untrue. This quote from Fulton “the quote machine” Sheen sums it up:There are not over a hundred people in the United States who hate the Catholic Church. There are millions, however, who hate what they wrongly believe to be the Catholic Church — which is, of course, quite a different thing. These millions can hardly be blamed for hating Catholics because Catholics “adore statues”; because they “put the Blessed Mother on the same level with God”; because they say “indulgence is a permission to commit sin”; because the Pope “is a Fascist”; because the “Church is the defender of Capitalism.” If the Church taught or believed any one of these things it should be hated, but the fact is that the Church does not believe nor teach any one of them. It follows then that the hatred of the millions is directed against error and not against truth. As a matter of fact, if we Catholics believed all of the untruths and lies which were said against the Church, we probably would hate the Church a thousand times more than they do. If I were not a Catholic, and were looking for the true Church in the world today, I would look for the one Church which did not get along well with the world; in other words, I would look for the Church which the world hates… Look for the Church that is hated by the world, as Christ was hated by the world. Look for the Church which is accused of being behind the times, as Our Lord was accused of being ignorant and never having learned. Look for the Church which men sneer at as socially inferior, as they sneered at Our Lord because He came from Nazareth. Look for the Church which is accused of having a devil, as Our Lord was accused of being possessed by Beelzebub, the Prince of Devils. Look for the Church which, in seasons of bigotry, men say must be destroyed in the name of God as men crucified Christ and thought they had done a service to God. Look for the Church which the world rejects because it claims it is infallible, as Pilate rejected Christ because He called Himself the Truth. Look for the Church which is rejected by the world as Our Lord was rejected by men… If then, the hatred of the Church is founded on erroneous beliefs, it follows that basic need of the day is instruction. Love depends on knowledge for we cannot aspire nor desire the unknown. (Fulton Sheen on Radio Replies)The Church that is rejected by men is a Church they rarely know or understand. The attackers have not read the Catechism of the Catholic Church, which is clear because most of the attacks don't even make sense once you crack the cover of that book. Thus, it's useless for me to feel offended by atheist attacks any more that it is to feel offended by Protestant attacks. Yet I do feel offended sometimes. Why? Because I fail to fully surrender to God and his Church, hence the need for daily conversion, to fight the spiritual fight, and to submit my will and intellect completely to the care of God's grace. His will, not mine, will be done. This blog is just a journal of my reasons for believing, and if I didn't feel such a need to express these words, I wouldn't do it. Jesus commanded us to tell the story of the Gospel, and that his sheep would hear his voice. Seems like a small task for me to at least tell of my reasons for faith, with the hopes that perhaps someone else will undo their own Herschel Walker trade. Now, Protestants did not make the full trade, abandoning God, but they did abandon the Mother Church, the Body of Christ, the Bride of Christ, the barque of Peter (and any other pseudonyms you like). In Luther's defense, he was living in and around a period of time when frauds like the Donation of Constantine came to light, which called for questioning, correction, and improvement, and the Church was under heavy attack from all sides. It is also under attack today, from all sides. In Luther's time, the New World had been discovered, science was advancing, and there were three concurrent Popes at one time not long before. Add a few greedy clergy using “salvation for money” schemes that would make Bernie Madoff blush, and only a match it need to start a conflagration. It's just too bad Luther's exit ended up watering down the doctrines instead of shoring it up, because he really wanted to protect doctrine in the beginning - even the Eucharist. After all, he was an Augustinian monk, and the most “Catholic” Protestant there ever was, at least in the beginning, until Zwingli and the hoards came after him. I haven't come to bash Luther as much as I have come to bash Voltaire and Jefferson and the fruit of their legacy of unbelief. I routinely bash the 19th century German scholarship that tried to elevate Biblical scholarship and instead cut the trunk out from the tree. Even though things look bleak, I have to think of Joseph, Jacob's son, in Egypt. After getting tossed in a well, then sold into slavery, then living in prison after being falsely accused of seducing a powerful man's wife, Joseph had a winning streak. When he met his brothers again, many years later, he said, “As for you, you meant evil against me; but God meant it for good.” (Gen 50:20) All of this, all that has happened in the past 500 years is part of God's plan, even the awful parts. We just don't know how yet, but we do know that the name of the game is adhering to Christ, his words, his commandments, and imitating him, which means sticking to the doctrines and not affirming every sin that feels good or sounds good. It means saying, “No,” to the culture, to popular opinion. Slavery was once popular opinion thanks to sola scriptura. Why? Because you can make the Bible be whatever you want it to be with “scripture alone.” The Church put out anti-slavery documents and statements early on. Just like today, that doesn't mean every person adhered to the teaching. Consider how poorly the laity adhere to birth control and admonitions of greed. There were hardly any Catholics in America until the Irish came, which was around the Civil War, and guess what? They were hated, too. It's almost a guarantee. Catholicism is the punk rock of all ages, because it is always a counter-culture. But unlike punk rock, Catholicism has a shelf-life that lasts longer than a decade. All of the fad counter-cultures disappear like smoke, like figdet-spinners and rolled jeans and pet rocks, they are passing fashions that mean nothing to the next generation. But Mary and Joseph do not fade. The impact of the saints and martyrs carries on. The Gospel does not fade, even if the books and scrolls wear out over time. The printing press was not necessary for Christianity any more than the internet is now. Only Jesus and a community of believers was required: Jesus and the Mystical Body of Christ was needed. It's also quite nice that the Church has a way to settle disputes with the Bishops as time and history introduce new issues regarding faith and morals. No other Church has that capability but the one that Jesus founded on a rock named Peter, who happened to setup shop in Rome. Somehow the faith starts a new fire every few years. And the fire always irritates the culture, and oddly enough, what irritates American culture is not the same as what irritates African culture, where in America the Church is hated for it's sexual teaching on chastity, and in Africa it's appreciated for it's sexual teaching on chastity. Americans, in classic form, just assume Africans are childlike. This has not changed, folks. Progressives in America preach sermons that treat Africa as less advanced because they adhere to traditional marriage and family arrangements. The condescension toward Africa today is as bad, if not worse, than it was from the 1500s through the Enlightenment. So which nation is more lost? Is it Nigeria or Uganda? Is it America? The answer is: all of them. America is a sheep that's fallen into a gorge in need of being found. But it's not special in that sense; every nation has its sins, just like every person does. If anything feels good, it is to be counter-cultural. What teenager doesn't want to rebel? But what is odd is that obedience to God is the ultimate rebellion, but it's against sin and the world. Rebellion against God is easy, undemanding, cliche. Rebellion against the flesh and the devil? That's freedom. That is timeless. To remain fully alive, body and soul, and seek union with the Creator is a fad that never dies because at the root, we desire God like we desire food. Jesus and his Church have been the unlikely underdog from the beginning and these two still are today. God has set things up this way. Why? I don't know, but what a joy to be a part of the team that calls itself sinners, who eat and give thanks together, who receive the Eucharist, the Body of Christ. The Reformation, the Enlightenment, the German anti-Catholic culture war, French existentialism, Americanism, Marxist atheism, Postmodernism, and technocratic utopianism - these are all different versions, different ways, of rejecting God. Our desire to eat from the tree of knowledge manifests in many ways, with each generation in competition with the prior one. They are various sides of the same set of dice. In my own confused journey through the chaff of modern ideas, of all these, I find that the Enlightenment did more permanent damage than anything else. Why? Because that is what killed our idea of the soul and all things mysterious. It denies the supernatural. At the very least, the Reformation still held on to the soul and God, but the unbelievers told us there was no soul, and it's hard to argue with dead people and academic scholarship that preaches more than it teaches. The bias in academia becomes glaringly obvious as we shove off from the shore further from the 19th and 20th centuries. There is a laziness in academics now that assumes historical and textual criticism is unassailable, that tradition has nothing important to say. The Reformation's disgust with tradition led to the dumping of all capital-T “Tradition,” and if I learned anything at all from Fiddler on the Roof, it's that Tradition is valuable. The death of wonder and enchantment is the greatest tragedy of the last five hundred years of human history. Death of belief in the soul is tragic for atheists because even if you fell for the lie, you still have a soul and just need to get back in touch with God to have him pull the string and turn your light on again. You have to get your soul out of coat-check and write a bad review of the devil's bar service. Recall that the devil is allowed to tempt and test us, and it is on us to muster the courage to leave the casino. That is what God wants us to do: to ask for help, to fight for faith, goodness, and truth. If you haven't experienced soul death, or the perception of soul death (because your soul is there even if you don't believe it), consider yourself blessed. You are blessed with the gift of faith. Literally. You are in cooperation with God's grace, and he has chosen you, and you have answered. Faith is the greatest gift we can receive, but it requires surrender and action. The good news, really, the greatest news, is that soul death is not a real thing. Just as atheists mock God as a kind of Santa Claus, I mock atheists' unbelief in the soul, because the joke is actually on them. It's just not a funny joke, it's sad. You have a soul. You may not believe it. But that's because much time is spent in convincing you that God and the devil are not real. You may accept the idea of a soul, but reject God and the devil. But all three exist. Losing your sense of the soul is the greatest tragedy of a life. If you've already lost that connection, I'm sorry. Start today in earnest to get it back, beginning with the simple prayer of request: “God, help me be willing to be willing.” Or you can say, “God, I want to believe, help my unbelief.” In your de-programming from the modern cult of unbelief, that's the diet you have to start on in order to get you back on solid spiritual food. Because God has a sense of humor, if or when you reconnect with your soul, it will be the greatest awakening you can possibly have. With all spiritual physics, you have to do down to go up. You have to die to be reborn. This is how it works.The non-believers like Voltaire, Rousseau, Locke, Hume, Whitman, and Jefferson severed the soul from the body. For many years, they kind of pussy-footed around the issue, with people like Descartes still clinging to belief while he killed the soul. Then later Hume and others just came out and said, “There is no soul!” That's why we have bold atheists today just declaring it, like Yuval Harari and every middle schooler on TikTok. If there was ever a “spirit murder,” as anti-racists like to talk about today, it is not what happens in public school with white male teachers. But it did happen by white men. They are right about that. Truly, the modern scapegoat, a.k.a. White Males, performed the greatest spirit murder of all time. But I'm not talking about what modern atheists are talking about when they talk about “spirit.” I suspect that most modern people don't even know what a spirit is (to find out yourself, listen to this Lord of Spirits episode). No, the real “spirit murder” happened from the white guys of the Enlightenment. The “death of God” declarations from the 19th and 20th century all came from white Europeans and Americans and Russians, so as far as I'm concerned, a spiritual genocide happened that is still being felt across the West. But then there was a “body murder” as well, which happened in the Reformation. What do I mean by that? I'm talking about the idea of “faith alone.” When “faith alone” became the basis for salvation, the body was cut off from the soul. So we had one group deny the soul in the Enlightenment, and the Reformers kill the body with faith alone. How? What am I talking about?Because we no longer needed a body. God was all in our head and heart. We can be saved just by laying on the couch. A brain in a vat kept alive by electrodes can be saved by “faith alone.” A software program can emit a string of text that fulfills the requirements of “faith alone.” With “faith alone,” our soul doesn't have much need for this lump of fat, muscle, blood, bone and cartilage. With faith alone, religion moved out of the physical world and took up residence in the ether, the mystical mind. There is much I'd like to go into right here about the Eucharist, but briefly, let me just say that the reason Protestant churches are dying is quite different from the drop in attendance from Catholic churches. The reason Protestant churches are shrinking is because they have always just been “Four walls and a sermon,” and if there is one thing that the internet has shined a light on is that, “sermon alone” does not make a church. It makes for a show. It's just entertainment. Whereas physical Sacraments, like Confession and the Eucharist, require the body to come along. But faith alone requires no works, so why leave the house? Why bother, when you can watch the best preacher in America from your house? Literally, a brain hooked up to a computer can do all that is required of a Protestant. I'm sorry if it sounds cruel, but we're not that far away from brain-vats and wetware, so let that by my prophecy. See, a brain cannot consume the Eucharist, which is why Jesus is so amazing - no matter how we try to box him in, he always rises over us. However, let me back up from bashing the Protestants. The Reformation axe caused less damage than the Enlightenment. Again, I have not come to bury Luther, nor to praise him. To me, the loss of the soul was far more damaging, because as soon as the soul is gone, so is God, along with the devil, and so is the meaning of life. After I had moved on from Catholicism, I wandered about, but the situation felt precarious, as if I were living on a ridge, with infinitely steep sides. Along the ridge I saw a tiny table and a chair at a mysterious little two-dimensional restaurant. The menu had two options. The first option on the menu was simple. Atheism. It had some fancy garnishes, like agnosticism or positivism, but atheism was the entree. The second option was Faith Alone, but it came with a million options, none of which appealed. I could see other people at their little tables, trying to decide, and trying not to look into the Big Empty that was on both sides of the ridge. Many wanted to choose Faith Alone, but the description of it went on for miles. A scroll rolled out of the menu and dangled over the cliff edge. It wasn't clear what Faith Alone was. It seemed like it could be whatever you wanted it to be, and I never saw any food delivered to those who ordered it. Eventually, I realized that there was nothing to eat. It was a trick. There was no food. This was a two-dimensional restaurant. There was no bread at all. Everything on the Faith Alone menu was a symbol, not real food. Some people were pretending to eat from empty plates, laughing, and taking drinks from empty cups. Many ended up ordering Atheism because of the confusion, and then the waiter just came and dumped the people off their chair, over the cliff into the Big Empty. That, too, provided no food. At least falling into the abyss provided an initial thrill. But there was still no food, there was just waiting to hitting bottom and feeling lost. It took me a long time to realize that there was a second restaurant, one with art on the walls and music, even statues (again, not for worshipping!) and there was actual food, real food there. There were four walls and a sermon, but also a meal. It was three dimensional, too. Actually, it was four dimensions. Maybe five. Honestly, I don't even know how many dimensions there are yet. That's the exciting thing about it. There's just so much to discover, and it's timeless, endless, eternal. It's better than any drug. It's wholeness. This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit www.whydidpetersink.com

KnowImSaved Bible Teaching
Verse by verse teaching - Proverbs 6:6-7 "Harvest Time" - Richard Fulton

KnowImSaved Bible Teaching

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 38:47


Pastor Richard Fulton teaches verse by verse through the scriptures with the primary objective of communicating the Gospel of Christ, which is the power of God unto salvation, in a clear and simple light.

Gwinnett Daily Post Podcast
Mountain View football team raises money for teammate.

Gwinnett Daily Post Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 10:40


An effort by the Mountain View High School football community to help one of its families, which lost its home in a fire on Christmas Day, has exceeded expectations this week. The Van Horn family was hit by a fire on Sunday night, and the home ended up being a total loss. The family's father, Michael, is the Mountain View football Touchdown Club president and the two sons in the family have played football at the school. Mountain View football officials set out to raise $4,000 through a GoFundMe campaign to help the family. As of Thursday night, the fundraising effort had raised $19,377 from 163 donations. The football team also held a donation drive, where people could donate clothing and gift cards to the family, for two hours on last Wednesday morning. A link to the Go Fund Me can be found on Gwinnett Daily Post dot com.   For anyone who thinks that one person can't effect a positive impact in multiple communities, meet Alessandra Ferrara-Miller, the founder of Forsyth County-based All For Lunch. Five years ago, the California native established All For Lunch Inc. in Suwanee to pay off the lunch debt for four elementary schools in the North Gwinnett Cluster. Ferrara-Miller's efforts have since blossomed throughout schools in the metro Atlanta area. In mid-December, Ferrara-Miller announced that her one-person nonprofit erased the lunchroom debt in more than 250 schools in Gwinnett, Fulton, Cobb, Barrow and Fayette counties. All For Lunch gave more than $130,000 to schools — including more than $75,000 in Gwinnett — so that families wouldn't go into the holiday season with outstanding school lunch debt. On December 19, Ferrara-Miller said she planned to meet with administrators in Forsyth County to eliminate lunch debt in more than 40 schools before the end of 2022. Ferrara-Miller said she got the idea to pay off school lunch debt after seeing a news report about a young student in Alabama who was sent home from school one day with a stamp on his arm that said, “I need lunch money.” A digital asset portfolio manager by day, Ferrara-Miller established All For Lunch (using the book “Nonprofits for Dummies” as a guide) and began her push to put a dent in the debt many families accrue in school cafeterias across the metro area. According to the Educational Data Initiative, more than 1.5 million students can't afford a school lunch, resulting in a school meal debt of some $250 million. More than three-quarters of the schools in the country have unpaid lunch debt and at the beginning of the 2022-23 school year, the free lunches that had been offered to students in the wake of the COVID pandemic were no longer offered. North Gwinnett grad Seth Anderson committed Sunday to the Iowa Hawkeyes football program. Anderson was a hot prospect in the transfer portal after a breakout 2022 season at Charleston Southern, where he earned Freshman All-American honors and was the Big South Conference Offensive Player of the Year as a redshirt freshman. The 6-foot, 178-pound wide receiver had 42 catches for 628 yards and seven touchdowns. Anderson, who earned second-team all-region honors and honorable mention all-county acclaim as a North senior in 2020, is the son of longtime NFL receiver Willie “Flipper” Anderson, whose 336 receiving yards against the Saints in 1989 is an NFL record. Seth chose the Hawkeyes over Georgia Tech, James Madison, and Appalachian State, among others. Iowa went 8-5 this season, with a 5-4 mark in the Big Ten. The Hawkeyes capped off their season Saturday with a 21-0 win over Kentucky in the Music City Bowl.  Gwinnett County officials are warning residents to be wary of anyone who shows up at their door claiming to work for the county's water department — because that person is an imposter. Officials said reports have been coming in to Gwinnett County Water Resources about someone trying to enter homes while claiming to work for a Gwinnett County lab. Most of the attempts have targeted Spanish-speaking families who live in the Norcross area. Residents are advised to not let anyone asking to test their water into their homes. They are also asked to call 9-1-1, especially if they don't feel safe or they think someone is trying to break into their home. They can also call the Department of Water Resource's 24-hour dispatch line if they have questions or concerns.  On January first of 2019 history was made as Gwinnett County Commissioner Marlene Fosque and school board member Everton Blair became the first African-Americans to serve on their respective boards. Four years later, they will both leave their respective offices this weekend. Saturday marked the last official day of Fosque's and Blair's terms of office. Blair opted to not seek re-election this year while Fosque's bid for a second term in the County Commission District 4 ended in defeat last month. At Fosque's last commission business meeting on December 13, she quoted Nelson Mandela as she reflected on her time in office. “He said, ‘What counts in life is not the mere fact that we have lived. It is what difference we have made to the lives of others that will determine the significance of the life we led,' Fosque said. “I hope and I pray that I made a difference in your lives as a commissioner, and I want you to know that you definitely made a difference — a positive, not just a difference but a positive difference — in my life and I thank you all.” Fosque and Blair were celebrated by their respective colleagues earlier this month, not only for the historic firsts that their elections represented, but also for the work they did on their respective boards. Fosque, for example, was hailed for her work on Project RESET and Project RESET 2.0, programs that she championed and helped get off the ground to help families with financial assistance to stay in their residences during the COVID-19 pandemic. Meanwhile, Blair received a plaque from Gwinnett County Public Schools Superintendent Calvin Watts during the school board's December meeting. Blair, who was the board's chairman in 2021, was recognized for bringing “innovation, the innovative ideas” and “valuable leadership input” to the board and for his commitment to the school system during Watts' presentation. For advertising inquiries, please email j.southerland@bgadgroup.com For more information be sure to visit www.bgpodcastnetwork.com   https://www.lawrencevillega.org/  https://www.foxtheatre.org/  https://guideinc.org/  https://www.psponline.com/  https://www.kiamallofga.com/  https://www.milb.com/gwinnett  https://www.fernbankmuseum.org/   See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

AJC
1/4/23: Big decisions loom for Fulton County investigation of Trump...and more news

AJC

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 3:49


Big decisions loom for Fulton County investigation of Trump; 19 killed on Georgia roads during New Year's weekend; Arrest made in shooting death of Fulton sheriff's deputy;

Politically Georgia
Bold predictions for 2023

Politically Georgia

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 42:02


In this episode of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution's Politically Georgia podcast, AJC political insiders Greg Bluestein and Patricia Murphy share their political predictions for 2023.   Our insiders share what they think about the future of the Buckhead cityhood movement, whether Georgia will eliminate the runoff system, will Georgia host the Democratic National Convention, and whether we'll see an indictment of former President Donald Trump when the Fulton county special purpose grand jury wraps up.   Plus, the predictions that Greg and Patricia disagree on.   Have a question for Greg and Patricia? Call the 24-hour Politically Georgia Podcast Hotline at (770)810-5297. We'll play back your question and answer it during the Listener Mailbag segment on next Friday's episode.    Listen and subscribe to our podcast for free at Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, or Stitcher. You can also tell your smart speaker to “play Politically Georgia podcast.” Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Disney Assembled
Special Guest Mr. Fulton Mraz Joins Us To Kick Off 2023

Disney Assembled

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 41:01


Hey Howdy Hey! Welcome to episode 151 of Disney Assembled!!! Happy New Year! This week, we are happy to have Mr. Fulton Mraz join us for a conversation about his love of Disney and his YouTube channel. You can check out his channel by clicking here. If you enjoy the show, please consider helping us out. Buy us a Dole Whip! Become a member and get extra content on Patreon. Subscribe to the show on your podcast player of choice. If you are able, consider giving us a 5-star rating and review. Find and subscribe to our YouTube channel. Visit our Disney Assembled store to purchase some excellent Disney Assembled merch. Have a Disney Dad Joke of the Week for consideration? Have an idea for a future episode? Want to share a story for our "What the...?" series? Follow and shoot us a message on our socials: @DisneyAssembled on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and TikTok or email us at disneyassembled@gmail.com. Be sure to check out our Spotify Playlist, "Disney Assembled's Favorites" - click here to listen. Our show can also be heard on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday at 9am EST on Magic of the Mouse Radio. You can find links to all of the above, as well as links to where you can subscribe to the show, on our website: disneyassembled.com See you real soon! Troy & Mimi :) --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/disneyassembled/message

Oneida Gospel Messages
12 - 25 - 22 Christ The Lord - Andrew Fulton.MP3

Oneida Gospel Messages

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2023 43:19


12 - 25 - 22 Christ The Lord - Andrew Fulton.MP3 by Oneida Gospel Church

Oneida Gospel Messages
1 - 1-23 Lead Me To The Cross - Andrew Fulton.MP3

Oneida Gospel Messages

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2023 36:39


1 - 1-23 Lead Me To The Cross - Andrew Fulton.MP3 by Oneida Gospel Church

KnowImSaved Bible Teaching
Verse by verse teaching - Hosea 2:10-12 "The Reality of Sin" - Richard Fulton

KnowImSaved Bible Teaching

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2023 32:07


Pastor Richard Fulton teaches verse by verse through the scriptures with the primary objective of communicating the Gospel of Christ, which is the power of God unto salvation, in a clear and simple light.

Ones Ready
Ep 181: Combat Control MSgt (ret) Phil "PIMP" Freeman

Ones Ready

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2022 66:49


MSgt (ret) Phil "PIMP" Freeman had a historic career in Combat Control, and he was gracious enough to sit down with Chief Peaches and Trent and walk us through it. Phil was instrumental in the hunting of war criminals in Europe and his contributions to the Weapons School have been immeasurable. From his experiences in the pipeline to his experience with the Fulton recovery system, to Desert Storm, his time overseas in Bosnia- just an unbelievably exciting story of his life in Air Force Special Tactics and how diverse it can be, no matter what the career field. Thanks to PIMP for coming on and sharing his amazing history and showing us just how rich and varied our culture is- we can't wait to have him on again! #AFSPECWAR  #onesready #military Collabs:18A Fitness - Promo Code: 1ReadyAlpha Brew Coffee Company - Promo Code: ONESREADYATAC Fitness - Promo Code: ONESREADYCardoMax - Promo Code: ONESREADYEberlestock - Promo Code: OR10Hoist - Promo Code: ONESREADYOut of Regs Pomade - Promo Code: ONESREADYStrike Force Energy - Promo Code: ONESREADYTrench Coffee Company - Promo Code: ONESREADY

The Right Shoe
Tina Jefferson; Rachael Raver and Warren Fulton; two separate murders; one murderer

The Right Shoe

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2022 49:04


Tina Jefferson had just moved from Oklahoma to the Washington DC area when she was found murdered after witnesses saw her talking to a mysterious man in a Giant Supermarket;Six months later in December of 1988 a surveyor .was deep in the woods of Virginia when he found a female, with a gunshot wound to the head. Upon setting up  a parameter, they found a male close by, gunshot wound to the head - they saw the similarities to these murders but also the, differences within these two separate murdersTina was African American, while the two individuals, Rachael Raver and Warren Fulton were Caucasian, Tina appeared to know her attacker, Rachael and Warren did not, the similarities were remarkable , however, all victims with one gunshot wound to the head, both females had been sexually assaulted, and there was a very strange coincidence of both females wearing red shoes; these two murders and how they were eventually solved are not to be believed.This is the last episode of season 3 on the Right Shoe before 2023 Happy New Years everyone and stay safe!

Buckeyes TomOrrow Morning
Ross Fulton Analysis: Georgia vs. Ohio State Preview

Buckeyes TomOrrow Morning

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2022 18:11


Ross Fulton, one of the Xs and Os gurus from BuckeyeHuddle.com joins host Tom Orr to separate fact from fiction when it comes to the 2022 Peach Bowl. Do the Buckeyes need to be able to run the ball to win?Can Ohio State take advantage of Georgia's vulnerability against big pass plays?What's the top priority for the Ohio State defense?Can Stetson Bennett hit as many big pass plays against the Buckeye secondary as JJ McCarthy did?And much more.

AJC
12/30/22: Southwest eyes Friday return to normal schedules...and more news

AJC

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2022 3:40


Southwest eyes Friday return to normal schedules; Atlanta police ramp up security plans for New Year's; Jan. 6 panel releases interviews with Fulton election workers; Atlanta says cold snap is causing water issues for hundreds of residents

The Thomistic Institute
Religious Freedom & the American Founding w/ Prof. Phillip Muñoz | Off-Campus Conversations, Ep. 012

The Thomistic Institute

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2022 47:33


Join Fr. Gregory Pine, O.P. of Aquinas 101, Godsplaining, and Pints with Aquinas for an off-campus conversation with Prof. Phillip Muñoz about his new book, "Religious Liberty and the American Founding." Religious Liberty and the American Founding w/ Fr. Gregory Pine (Off-Campus Conversations) For more information on upcoming events, please visit our website at www.thomisticinstitute.org. About the Speaker: Vincent Phillip Muñoz is Tocqueville Associate Professor of Political Science and Concurrent Associate Professor of Law at the University of Notre Dame. He is the Founding Director of ND's Center for Citizenship & Constitutional Government. Under his leadership the programs have raised over $16,500,000 in grants, gifts, and pledges. Dr. Muñoz writes and teaches across the fields of constitutional law, American politics, and political philosophy with a focus on religious liberty and the American Founding. He won a National Endowment for the Humanities fellowship to support his forthcoming book, Religious Liberty and the American Founding: Natural Rights and the Original Meanings of the First Amendment Religion Clauses, which will be published by the University of Chicago Press in the summer of 2022. Articles related the project have appeared in American Political Science Review, The Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy, Notre Dame Law Review, American Political Thought, and the University of Pennsylvania's Journal of Constitutional Law. His first book, God and the Founders: Madison, Washington, and Jefferson (Cambridge University Press, 2009) won the Hubert Morken Award from the American Political Science Association for the best publication on religion and politics in 2009 and 2010. His First Amendment church-state case reader, Religious Liberty and the American Supreme Court: The Essential Cases and Documents (Rowman & Littlefield) was first published in 2013 (revised edition, 2015) and is being used at Notre Dame and other leading universities. In 2019, he joined the editorial team of American Constitutional Law (11th edition, Routledge, 2020), the leading constitutional law casebooks designed for undergraduate instruction. His scholarship has been cited numerous times in church-state Supreme Court opinions, most recently by Justice Alito in Fulton v. City of Philadelphia (2021) and by both Chief Justice Roberts and Justice Thomas in Espinoza v. Montana (2020). An award-winning teacher and a popular lecturer, Dr. Muñoz has spoken at nearly 75 colleges and universities in the past several years. He received his B.A. at Claremont McKenna College, his M.A. at Boston College, and his Ph.D. at Claremont Graduate School.

KnowImSaved Bible Teaching
Verse by verse teaching - Proverbs 6:1-5 "Surety For a Friend" - Richard Fulton

KnowImSaved Bible Teaching

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2022 32:51


Pastor Richard Fulton teaches verse by verse through the scriptures with the primary objective of communicating the Gospel of Christ, which is the power of God unto salvation, in a clear and simple light.

Best of News Talk 590 WVLK AM

Larry talks to economist Danny Fulton about the important economic trends to look out for in 2023.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Oneida Gospel Messages
11 - 25 - 22 Christ The Lord - Andrew Fulton.MP3

Oneida Gospel Messages

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2022 43:19


11 - 25 - 22 Christ The Lord - Andrew Fulton.MP3 by Oneida Gospel Church

KnowImSaved Bible Teaching
Verse by verse teaching -Hosea 2:8-9 "The Great Recovery" - Richard Fulton

KnowImSaved Bible Teaching

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2022 26:16


Pastor Richard Fulton teaches verse by verse through the scriptures with the primary objective of communicating the Gospel of Christ, which is the power of God unto salvation, in a clear and simple light.

Breakdown
S9 Ep. 21 Presentments

Breakdown

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2022 35:02


As the Fulton County special purpose grand jury investigation winds down, it's highly likely it is putting together its report and recommendations, formally called a presentment. The most recent episode of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution's Breakdown podcast explores prior presentments issued by special grand juries and explains how the process plays out. Fulton's special grand jury is investigating former President Donald Trump and his allies for possible criminal interference with the 2020 presidential election. It is not required to write up a presentment, but if it does, will it recommend criminal charges be brought? And will the presentment be made public right away? Or will it be delayed, as it was a decade ago over the objections by special grand jurors in neighboring DeKalb County. Episode 21 of Breakdown's ninth season – ‘The Trump Grand Jury' – also reports on the outcome of the legal battle waged by former Trump National Security Advisor Michael Flynn, who sought to avoid being summoned to Atlanta and testify before the special grand jury. Bill and Tamar want to hear from you. Call anytime with your questions about the special purpose grand jury at (770)810-5297. We'll play back your question and answer it on a future episode of Breakdown. You can download the Breakdown podcast from Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Stitcher or your favorite podcasting platform. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

KnowImSaved Bible Teaching
Verse by verse teaching - Proverbs 5:23 "Ravished by a Rebel" - Richard Fulton

KnowImSaved Bible Teaching

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 30:15


Pastor Richard Fulton teaches verse by verse through the scriptures with the primary objective of communicating the Gospel of Christ, which is the power of God unto salvation, in a clear and simple light.

Good Morning Aurora
Monday | 12/19/2022 | The Road Home Program Returns! (Christopher Miller & Ale Hernandez)

Good Morning Aurora

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 63:19


Good Morning Aurora! Today is Monday and we have returned with another great show and interview for you. Our guests today are Christopher Miller & Ale Hernandez, both are part of Road Home Program at Rush (Chicago) and this is their second appearance on the show. Let's learn from these awesome Marine veterans. Here's the news: - Friday, December 23rd at 7 pm Alderman Juany Garza will host a Christmas Posada with Judge Bianca Camargo for Kane County Circuit Judge and UNI2. There will be hot chocolate, sweets and a lot of fun. This will be at Sacred Heart Church in the Simard Hall, 769 Fulton street in Aurora. Come take part in this great event and also see Santa! - Thursday, December 22nd from 6 to 7 pm Good Morning Aurora will host a special broadcast with our partners of Kane County government & law enforcement. Join online as @Kane County State's Attorney's Office Jamie Mosser reviews her first 2 years in office and discusses plans, initiatives and what to expect for the next 2 years! This will be live on our Facebook page and will be an enlightening conversation. Tune in! This online event is free and open to the public. - Holiday meals are being provided by @Loaves & Fishes Community Services at many locations and dates. This Saturday, the 17th will be the next distribution date and will be in Naperville and also in Aurora. There is also an online market for customers. Loaves & Fishes does a fantastic job supporting those most vulnerable. See the flyer for more details and please share! Have a great day and a fantastic week. Get ready for Christmas! Good Morning Aurora will return Wednesday morning. Subscribe to the show on YouTube at this link: https://www.youtube.com/c/GoodMorningAuroraPodcast The second largest city's first daily news podcast is here. Tune in every Monday, Wednesday & Friday to our FB Live from 8 am to 9 am. Make sure to like and subscribe to stay updated on all things Aurora. Twitter: goodmorningaur1 Instagram: goodmorningaurorail Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/6dVweK5Zc4uPVQQ0Fp1vEP... Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/.../good-morning.../id1513229463 Anchor: https://anchor.fm/goodmorningaurora #positivevibes #positiveenergy #downtownaurora #kanecountyil #bataviail #genevail #stcharlesil #saintcharlesil #elginil #northaurorail #auroraillinois #auroramedia #auroranews #goodmorning #goodmorningaurora #news #dailynews #subscribe #youtube #podcast #spotify #morningnews #morningshow #monday #roadhomeprogram #veterans --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/goodmorningaurora/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/goodmorningaurora/support

Soundcheck
The Quiet Brilliance of Guitarist, Collaborator, and Troubadour Steve Gunn

Soundcheck

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 33:46


One of the marks of a dedicated and accomplished artist is that they continue to level up, testing their own limits and working to break out of habits and patterns. New York-based guitarist, singer/songwriter, and collaborator Steve Gunn is such a one; he can tap into Indian classical modes, inhabit the drone of minimalist founding father La Monte Young, pick like fingerstyle players Jack Rose and John Fahey, and coax the reclusive Japanese folk legend, guitarist and songwriter Sachiko Kanenobu, back to playing (NY Times.) In Gunn's songs -which float between the worlds of Philadelphia soul, British folk, DC punk, and the cosmic jazz of Sun Ra with ease- one finds unexpected chromatic lyricism, and keen lyric observations. He's also done several challenging collaborations with a head-spinningly wide range of musical colleagues (Mary Lattimore, John Trusinski, Bridget St John, Mdou Moctar, Bing &Ruth, Kim Gordon, Kurt Vile) and continues to step outside of music into the worlds of film, line drawings, sculpture, or podcasts, in order to prevent tunnel vision (gathered from ToneGlow.substack.com.) The ace guitarist and fingerstyle folk rocker Steve Gunn plays recent songs from Other You and its companion EP, Nakama, in-studio. - Caryn Havlik Set list: “Fulton”, “Morning River”, “On the Way” Watch "Fulton":  Watch "Morning River":  Watch "On The Way": 

Oneida Gospel Messages
12 - 18 - 22 God Sightings - When God Becomes Physical - Andrew Fulton.MP3

Oneida Gospel Messages

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2022 37:35


12 - 18 - 22 God Sightings - When God Becomes Physical - Andrew Fulton.MP3 by Oneida Gospel Church

Good Morning Aurora
Friday | 12/16/2022 | Dr. Eric Ward & Family Counseling Service Live On Good Morning Aurora

Good Morning Aurora

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 65:54


Good morning and happy Friday! We've made it to the end of our week and we have the news and headlines you love. Our guest today is Dr. Eric Ward, Executive Director of Family Counseling Service here in Aurora. Tune in as we learn from Dr. Ward! Here's the news: - Friday, December 23rd at 7 pm Alderman Juany Garza will host a Christmas Posada with Judge Bianca Camargo for Kane County Circuit Judge and UNI2. There will be hot chocolate, sweets and a lot of fun. This will be at Sacred Heart Church in the Simard Hall, 769 Fulton street in Aurora. Come take part in this great event and also see Santa! - Holiday meals are being provided by @Loaves & Fishes Community Services at many locations and dates. This Saturday, the 17th will be the next distribution date and will be in Naperville and also in Aurora. There is also an online market for customers. Loaves & Fishes does a fantastic job supporting those most vulnerable. See the flyer for more details and please share! - Enjoy West Aurora School District 129 35th annual Madrigal Dinner Concert this year on December 17th & 18th at the school, located at 1201 W. New York Street. Tickets are $25 for the 6 pm performance and $16 for the 3 pm performance. Concerts will be held in the school cafeteria which will be transformed into a medieval setting! Dinner will be spinach and roasted red pepper stuffed pork cutlet, or, spinach and ricotta stuffed shells with red sauce. Lawd. For tickets and more information visit this link: https://www.wachoir.org/?fbclid=IwAR35-8P5vMO3JTVDCxoGFyuAUR8PH3HhnDqyt_7VSk664CBm1KZNR-7SH0Y Have a blessed and safe weekend. Good Morning Aurora returns Monday morning with more news, more culture and more Aurora. Subscribe to the show on YouTube at this link: https://www.youtube.com/c/GoodMorningAuroraPodcast The second largest city's first daily news podcast is here. Tune in every Monday, Wednesday & Friday to our FB Live from 8 am to 9 am. Make sure to like and subscribe to stay updated on all things Aurora. Twitter: goodmorningaur1 Instagram: goodmorningaurorail Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/6dVweK5Zc4uPVQQ0Fp1vEP... Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/.../good-morning.../id1513229463 Anchor: https://anchor.fm/goodmorningaurora #positivevibes #positiveenergy #downtownaurora #kanecountyil #bataviail #genevail #stcharlesil #saintcharlesil #elginil #northaurorail #auroraillinois #auroramedia #auroranews #goodmorning #goodmorningaurora #news #dailynews #subscribe #youtube #podcast #spotify #morningnews #morningshow #friday --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/goodmorningaurora/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/goodmorningaurora/support

RNZ: Checkpoint
Fulton Hogan's new machine grinds up asphalt to recycle

RNZ: Checkpoint

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 4:13


As many New Zealanders prepare to hit the road for summer, the Waka Kotahi's getting ready for its regular holiday schedule of road resurfacing. Work will be carried out on about 10 percent of the country's state highways this summer. But what happens to the old road seal when new asphalt is laid on? Fulton Hogan has a new machine to deal with the leftovers in a more environmentally friendly way. Our reporter Tom Taylor and camera operator Nick Monro have the story.

Buckeyes TomOrrow Morning
Ross Fulton Analysis: How Will Ohio State Attack Georgia In The Peach Bowl?

Buckeyes TomOrrow Morning

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 21:26


No. 4 Ohio State is set to take on top-ranked Georgia in the 2022 Peach Bowl on New Year's Eve. The game is shaping up to be a big challenge for the Buckeyes, who enter as roughly a touchdown underdog. What will Ryan Day's offense and Jim Knowles' defense try to do to get the better of Kirby Smart's team? Ross Fulton of BuckeyeHuddle.com joins host Tom Orr to discuss that and much more. - Did Tennessee provide a roadmap for how the Buckeyes can pull off the upset?- Which mistakes does Ohio State need to get cleaned up before the game?- Are the issues from the Michigan game correctable before the Peach Bowl?- And much more.Check out BuckeyeHuddle.com to get all of the best Ohio State Buckeyes coverage. Our team of contributors will have you up-to-the-minute with recruiting, team coverage and so much more. Join the fastest growing community in all of BuckeyeNation at BuckeyeHuddle.comJoin Now: https://buckeyehuddle.com/community/account/upgrades/shirts and more. Don't miss out and support your favorite site by wearing the gear! https://lynbrookswag.com/collections/buckeye-huddle

All Shows Feed | Horse Radio Network
Breakaway Breakdown: NFBR Round Recap: Munsell, Fulton, Guillory & Engesser

All Shows Feed | Horse Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 15:32


Good horses were the name of the game for the go-round winners on Day 1 of the 2022 National Finals Breakaway Roping. Taylor Munsell, Samantha Fulton, Cheyanne Guillory and Rickie Engesser break down their runs, talk about their horsepower and their support systems that have backed them on their journey to the South Point Arena.This episode is brought to you by Fast Back Ropes. Check out their selection of ropes online or find a retailer near you at fastbackropes.com.Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.Support the show