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Inglorious Pasterds
279 - The Position Of The Cup

Inglorious Pasterds

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 143:58


  PASTERDS LINKS: Pasterds Website: www.ingloriouspasterds.com Pasterds Twitter: www.twitter.com/PasterdsPodcast Michael Baysinger Twitter: www.twitter.com/mjbaysinger Matt Polley Twitter: www.twitter.com/polleynamedmatt Brad Polley Twitter: www.twitter.com/polleynamedbrad Instagram: www.instagram.com/ingloriouspasterds Facebook: www.facebook.com/pasterdspodcast   SUPPORT US ON PATREON TO JOIN THE PASTERDS PUB: http://www.patreon.com/pasterdspodcast LEAVE US A VOICEMAIL FOR ASK A PASTERD: 484-PASTERD Yep. That's (484)727-8373   WANT MORE HOT CONTENT?!? HEAD OVER TO PATREON TO GET ACCESS TO OUR SPINOFF PODCASTS: Tao Te Matt, Deep Thoughts w/ Michael, Rumi-nations, Hymns of Reconstruction, TERD Talk, & More http://www.patreon.com/pasterdspodcast

Upside Down Podcast
Season 6 | Episode 96: Persistence in Advent with Kat Armas

Upside Down Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021 47:03


Have you ever considered that Jesus is who he is because of a woman? Co-hosts Patricia Taylor and Kayla Craig talk with writer Kat Armas about this bigger, expansive, abuelita faith—one that persists, resists, and survives.In this episode, we:Discuss the influence of Kat's Roman Catholic upbringing on having a tangible and embodied view of Mother MaryTalk about Julian of Norwich's image of Jesus as mother as well as Jesus being raised by a mother and being mothered himselfMarvel at how marginalized women can contain the most sacred and most holyDefine what abuelita theology means and how it's birthed through our lived experiencesGo over the difference between persistence and resistance and where they can meet and overlap on the journey to justiceAsk who is in our spiritual genealogies and who are the theologians in our lives who wouldn't be considered one by the dominant cultureWonder what are the places where we haven't been trained to experience God Join us for this stirring conversation about what a lived theology looks like from the perspective of being a woman. We hope that it enriches your experience of the Advent season.News, Notes, and Links:Follow along with Kat through her website, on Instagram, on Twitter, and through her podcast. You pick up her beautiful book, Abuelita Faith, here. Check out the Chasing Justice Masterclass that Kat co-led with Dr. Yolanda Pierce, “Rooted: Elders, Ancestors, and Collective Memory” here.Support more conversations like this on Upside Down Podcast! Please visit us, where you can pledge a few dollars of monthly support to help us pay our bills and keep the conversations going.Learn more at Upside Down Podcast.We're on Instagram, too. You can find us individually at @patricia_a_taylor, @kayla_craig, @alissarmolina, and @lindsy.wallace.Join the Upside Down Together listener group on Facebook!Support the show (http://www.patreon.com/upsidedownpodcast)

Arthroscopy Podcast
Episode 138: Infographic: Superior Capsular Reconstruction of the Shoulder

Arthroscopy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2021


Drs Tucker and Weber discuss Infographic: Superior Capsular Reconstruction of the Shoulder

You're Wrong About...
Reconstruction w. Jamelle Bouie

You're Wrong About...

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2021 62:08


Jamelle Bouie explains to Sarah what the Reconstruction era was, why it remains relevant today, and how this history lesson is one that could get some high school teachers into legal trouble due to passage of anti-CRT laws. Jamelle at the New York TimesJamelle's podcast Unclear and Present DangerJamelle discussing the Electoral College on YWA Jamelle talking with Sarah about the Saw series on You Are Good. Support us:Bonus Episodes on PatreonDonate on PaypalBuy cute merchWhere else to find us:Sarah's other show, You Are Good[YWA co-founder] Mike's other show, Maintenance PhaseLinks:https://www.patreon.com/yourewrongabouthttps://www.nytimes.com/column/jamelle-bouiehttps://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/unclear-and-present-danger/id1592411580https://www.buzzsprout.com/1112270/episodes/6380692https://www.podpage.com/you-are-good/sawniverse/https://www.teepublic.com/stores/youre-wrong-abouthttps://www.podpage.com/you-are-good/http://maintenancephase.com/https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/ywapodcastSupport the show (http://patreon.com/yourewrongabout)Support the show (http://patreon.com/yourewrongabout)

Le Support Athlétique
Jeff Gorton choisira-t-il la voie de la reconstruction ?

Le Support Athlétique

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 68:56


Dans la foulée du congédiement de Marc Bergevin et de l'arrivée en poste de Jeff Gorton, Geoff Molson a fini par admettre qu'il n'avait pas peur du mot « reconstruction » et qu'il savait que les amateurs n'en avaient pas peur non plus. Mais est-ce assurément la voie que le Canadien choisira de suivre?  Marc Antoine et Arpon reviennent sur les propos du président et propriétaire, jaugent l'impact que pourrait avoir une réorientation de l'équipe sur Carey Price, Brendan Gallagher et Jeff Petry, et discutent de deux autres initiatives que Molson a choisi de mettre en priorité. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Ravel
Baptism

Ravel

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 46:06


It was a special day in the Rettinghouse home! Emily got to be part of baptizing her daughter--and thought it was a good space to explore. We tell the story of our own baptisms, learn just how many Protestants actually practice infant baptism, and discuss the importance of voluntary consent in adult baptism. We get to explore the background Jewish practices and ideas of consecration, purification and initiation. And forgive us for being on the short side! Sometimes the duties of motherhood call suddenly!Mentioned in the episode:  TVILAH - Ritual washing in Judaism Wiki FACT CHECK: While Stephen remembered that firehose baptisms have happened, it was definitely not performed by Mark Driscoll By Water and The Spirit by Gayle Carlton Felton Follow the hosts on Twitter:  Josh: @joshlieuallen Emily: @RevRettinghouse Stephen: @stephenghenning Join our community at patreon.com/ravelpod! You can also connect with Ravel on Twitter and Instagram at @ravelpod.Thank you to Louie Zong for use of his song In Full Color, off his album, Here. Find his work on Spotify and Bandcamp!Ravel is a proud founding member of the Highline Media Network, a collective of artist owned podcasts by normal people in normal places. Learn more at www.highline.network.

Hard Fried History
Ep 112: Frederick Douglass p2 - Bearing the Flag

Hard Fried History

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 53:27


Exactly how was American Reconstruction bungled? Join us as we explore the question through the last thirty six years of Frederick Douglass' life, examining his role during the Civil War, the minor-league coup's launched during Reconstruction itself and the social causes advocated by Douglass up until the end of his life.

Ravel
It's All About Food

Ravel

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 62:27


Happy Thanksgiving! We could have easily done an entire episode about the benefits of gratitude, but we chose to spare you. Instead, we're talking food! Stephen has a sneaking feeling lately that our whole world is about being able to acquire and enjoy food, so naturally we get pulled into thoughts on food drives and church driven charity.Mentioned in the episode:  Ishmael by Daniel QuinnFollow the hosts on Twitter:  Josh: @joshlieuallen Emily: @RevRettinghouse Stephen: @stephenghenning Join our community at patreon.com/ravelpod! You can also connect with Ravel on Twitter and Instagram at @ravelpod.Thank you to Louie Zong for use of his song In Full Color, off his album, Here. Find his work on Spotify and Bandcamp!Ravel is a proud founding member of the Highline Media Network, a collective of artist owned podcasts by normal people in normal places. Learn more at www.highline.network.

LifeBridge Community Church: Sermon Audio 722892
11.24 Devotional - Story of Reconstruction: Proposition for Person

LifeBridge Community Church: Sermon Audio 722892

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 38:08


Upside Down Podcast
Season 6 | Episode 95: Persisting Through Grief with J.S. Park

Upside Down Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 57:43


How do we navigate grief ourselves and with others? Co-hosts Patricia Taylor and Alissa Molina have a conversation with J.S. Park, who is a teaching pastor, writer, and interfaith hospital chaplain about persisting through grief and the ministry of presence.In this episode, we:Discuss the vulnerability of sharing our grief, how it can open us to being wounded or experiencing healingDefine the role of a chaplain and the experience of vicarious griefTalk about how those in crisis can question whether or not they are allowed to grieve and where that shame of grief comes fromCover what it means to bypass someone's pain and our instinct to want to problem solveAsk about the role of the church in navigating grief, pointing out how believers can often mishandle it through spiritual bypassingConsider how we can push back on the need to “fix” a person's grief immediately and the significance of just showing up insteadTalk about how letting grief in can offer us a fuller and more human experience, connecting us to those who went before us Join us for this rich conversation about the experience of grief and how we can grieve well, for the sake of ourselves and others. We hope you find permission and safety to grieve, whatever you're going through. News, Notes, and Links:Follow along with J.S. Park on Instagram and Twitter, and be sure to pick up a copy of his book.Read this Instagram post from September 4 that we referenced.Support more conversations like this on Upside Down Podcast! Please visit us, where you can pledge a few dollars of monthly support to help us pay our bills and keep the conversations going.Learn more at Upside Down Podcast.We're on Instagram, too. You can find us individually at @patricia_a_taylor, @kayla_craig, @alissarmolina, and @lindsy.wallace.Join the Upside Down Together listener group on Facebook!Support the show (http://www.patreon.com/upsidedownpodcast)

LifeBridge Community Church: Sermon Audio 722892
11.23 Devotional - Story of Reconstruction: Accomplishment for Calling

LifeBridge Community Church: Sermon Audio 722892

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 29:53


Inglorious Pasterds
278 - Brave w/ Alice Connor

Inglorious Pasterds

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 146:10


EDITOR'S CORRECTION: Phuc Luu is from Vietnam, not Korea. PASTERDS LINKS: Pasterds Website: www.ingloriouspasterds.com Pasterds Twitter: www.twitter.com/PasterdsPodcast Michael Baysinger Twitter: www.twitter.com/mjbaysinger Matt Polley Twitter: www.twitter.com/polleynamedmatt Brad Polley Twitter: www.twitter.com/polleynamedbrad Instagram: www.instagram.com/ingloriouspasterds Facebook: www.facebook.com/pasterdspodcast   SUPPORT US ON PATREON TO JOIN THE PASTERDS PUB: http://www.patreon.com/pasterdspodcast LEAVE US A VOICEMAIL FOR ASK A PASTERD: 484-PASTERD Yep. That's (484)727-8373   WANT MORE HOT CONTENT?!? HEAD OVER TO PATREON TO GET ACCESS TO OUR SPINOFF PODCASTS: Tao Te Matt, Deep Thoughts w/ Michael, Rumi-nations, Hymns of Reconstruction, TERD Talk, & More http://www.patreon.com/pasterdspodcast

The Majority Report with Sam Seder
2723 - Violence and Truth After Emancipation w/ William A. Blair

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 77:32


Sam hosts William A. Blair, Professor of Middle American History at Penn State University, to discuss his recent book The Record of Murders and Outrages: Racial Violence and the Fight Over Truth at the Dawn of Reconstruction, on how the true histories of reconstruction, both in the horrible violence and influential policy, has been obscured by a white supremacist “redemption narrative”. They begin by discussing the historical study of the reconstruction era, and the influence of the Dunning School on manipulating the narrative, as Professor Blair walks through the influence of William A. Dunning's thoughts on a group of historians that did state by state studies of reconstruction, finding it overwhelmingly as a time of little accomplishment, while downplaying and normalizing the presence of racial violence. Next, Professor Blair contextualizes the Dunning School's development in the 1920s with an overwhelming turn towards professionalized history within a moment dominated by mainstream racist pseudoscience, before he and Sam dive into the professor's study of contemporary sources of the time, looking first at the Freeman's Bureau, the first national welfare agency which worked to bolster freed Black American's transition into society, alongside keeping “the record of murders and outrages,” which tracked the overwhelming racial violence against Black folks in the South. Introducing the data officially in 1867 with the Reconstruction Acts, William and Sam explore how Congressional Republicans used the bureau as an investigative arm to surveil the state of the South's reconstruction, particularly focusing on the issue of violent voter suppression, which began to boil over after these acts, with the Ku Klux Klan's influence and violence reaching their first peak in 1868. Next, they move into the violence that took place at the time, parsing through the coverage of both more notorious massacres, like those in Memphis and New Orleans in 1866, and the myriad unknown and hardly-reported massacres throughout the rest of the south, all of which contributed to overwhelming voter suppression, and touch on the harrowing historical impossibility of genuinely tracing and acknowledging the trauma that took place. They also cover the ideological organizing of the southern Democrats, from Charles Blackford's letter for the 1889 local elections and the emphasis on not deserting the polls, like some deserted the Confederacy, to Birth of a Nation in the early 1900s. Lastly, Professor Blair and Sam explore how narrative spinning begins immediately in the aftermath of massive issues with an ideological split, with Edward Pollard's “Lost Cause” being published in 1866, and the Dunning School following quickly. Sam also covers the wake of the Rittenhouse decision, contrasting it with the coverage of the Ahmaud Arbery case, in which the defendant cited lynchings, not to refer to the racist murder, but the treatment of the murderers. And in the Fun Half: Sam and the MR crew cover the Daily Wire's discussion on the Rittenhouse decision, and Candace Owen's putting discussing her “vengeance for Kyle,” in a segment that should've been produced by Monster Energy, John from San Antonio calls in to discuss the Freedom to Vote act and helps clarify the tally on the swings in Congressional seats, Pat from Nebraska chats the hypocrisy of gun nuts, and Aaron from CA tries to do inflation for houses, forgetting that, just like there's always open jobs that don't offer enough, there are always open houses that simply are used for wealth hoarding. They also cover Seb Gorka and Kid Rock both choosing incredibly embarrassing ways to return to the spotlight, Tucker Carlson and Chuck Todd blank on questioning their interview subjects, and Senator Kennedy asks Saule Omarova to renounce her middle school, plus, your calls and IMs! Purchase tickets for the live show in Boston on January 16th HERE! https://thewilbur.com/artist/majority-report/ Become a member at JoinTheMajorityReport.com Subscribe to the AMQuickie newsletter here. Join the Majority Report Discord! http://majoritydiscord.com/ Get all your MR merch at our store https://shop.majorityreportradio.com/ (Merch issues and concerns can be addressed here: majorityreportstore@mirrorimage.com) You can now watch the livestream on Twitch Check out today's sponsors: sunsetlakecbd: Sunset Lake CBD & Majority Report are teaming up to turn America's most consumerist holiday into a fundraising opportunity for a great organization. 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LifeBridge Community Church: Sermon Audio 722892
11.22 Devotional - Story of Reconstruction: Freedom From for Freedom To

LifeBridge Community Church: Sermon Audio 722892

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 26:02


LifeBridge Community Church: Sermon Audio 722892
11.19 Devotional - Story of Reconstruction: Legalism for Grace

LifeBridge Community Church: Sermon Audio 722892

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 32:22


La libre antenne
Tombée entre les griffes d'un pervers narcissique, Christine raconte son calvaire et sa reconstruction

La libre antenne

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 37:17


Chaque soir, Olivier Delacroix vous ouvre la Libre antenne. Pas de jugements ni de tabous, une conversation franche mais aussi  des réponses aux questions que les auditeurs se posent. Un moment d'échange et de partage propice à la confidence pour repartir le cœur plus léger.

LifeBridge Community Church: Sermon Audio 722892
11.18 Devotional - Story of Reconstruction: Power for Service

LifeBridge Community Church: Sermon Audio 722892

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 15:22


The Beached White Male Podcast with Ken Kemp
S2E89 Anthony Hendricks and The Public - Safe Space in Franklin TN for Race Talk

The Beached White Male Podcast with Ken Kemp

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 53:49


Ken welcomes theologian, professor, former pastor, Bible teacher, and Co-Founder of THE PUBLIC, an organization that promotes anti-racism through education, advocacy, and action. It's purpose: so that their community will experience healing, equity, and justice for all its residents. A fellow graduate of the Moody Bible Institute, the two talk about backlash throughout history, up to the present day - from Reconstruction following the Civil War to school board meetings across America where history is suppressed, books prohibited. Anthony's trip to Israel triggered a deconstruction, a crisis of faith, not an abandonment but a fresh renewal. Anthony quotes white Southern Baptist Scholar Robert P. Jones (White Too Long) challenging the biblical assumptions of white superiority. They share thoughts on MLK's letter from a Birmingham jail. Anthony plans a trip in 2023 to Ghana to explore the beginnings of the slave trade in North America. SHOW NOTES.Contact Anthony Hendricks: https://www.thepublicfranklin.com/Become a Patron: http://patreon.com/beachedwhitemaleSupport the show (http://thebeachedwhitemale.com)

Offshore Explorer with Scott Dodgson
American Maritime Pilot: The Robert Smalls Story

Offshore Explorer with Scott Dodgson

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 39:59


Robert Smalls (April 5, 1839 – February 23, 1915) was an American politician, publisher, businessman, and maritime pilot. Born into slavery in Beaufort, South Carolina, he freed himself, his crew, and their families during the American Civil War by commandeering a Confederate transport ship, CSS Planter, in Charleston harbor, on May 13, 1862, and sailing it from Confederate-controlled waters of the harbor to the U.S. blockade that surrounded it. He then piloted the ship to the Union-controlled enclave in Beaufort–Port Royal–Hilton Head area, where it became a Union warship. His example and persuasion helped convince President Abraham Lincoln to accept African-American soldiers into the Union Army.After the American Civil War he returned to Beaufort and became a politician, winning election as a Republican to the South Carolina Legislature and the United States House of Representatives during the Reconstruction era. Smalls authored state legislation providing for South Carolina to have the first free and compulsory public school system in the United States. He founded the Republican Party of South Carolina. Smalls was the last Republican to represent South Carolina's 5th congressional district Please buy my new book"Mosaic Artist" from my Dry Port Series: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B09KQ6R34R  Listen to past episodesFollow us on FacebookBuy us a coffeeSupport us on Patreon

PRS Journal Club
November 2021 Journal Club: Prepectoral/Subpectoral Reconstruction

PRS Journal Club

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 12:26


In this episode of the Award-winning PRS Journal Club Podcast, 2021 Resident Ambassadors to the PRS Editorial Board – Saïd Azoury, Lindsay Janes, and Ara Salibian- and special guest Arash Momeni, MD, FACS, discuss the following articles from the November 2021 issue: “A Comparison of BREAST-Q Scores between Prepectoral and Subpectoral Direct-to-Implant Breast Reconstruction” by Le, Persing, Dinis, et al. Read the article for FREE: https://bit.ly/ComparingPreSubPec Special Guest Arash Momeni, MD, FACS, is Ryan-Upon Scholar and Director of Clinical Outcomes Research in the Division of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at Stanford University. READ the articles discussed in this podcast as well as free related content from the archives: https://bit.ly/PRSNov21Collection

LifeBridge Community Church: Sermon Audio 722892
11.17 Devotional - Story of Reconstruction: Prosperity for Generosity

LifeBridge Community Church: Sermon Audio 722892

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 30:56


Ravel
God Has Entered the Chat

Ravel

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 63:32


Will a church that doesn't evolve with modern technology survive? Certainly some have and some haven't. So Josh leads us in a discussion of tech, the metaverse church of the future, and the humble website. Emily talks about her experience in church leadership with certain apps and platforms, including voting at the UMC General Conference. And Stephen shares some insider knowledge having once been on staff at a megachurch.Mentioned in the episode: Cody UMC WebsiteFollow the hosts on Twitter:  Josh: @joshlieuallen Emily: @RevRettinghouse Stephen: @stephenghenning Join our community at patreon.com/ravelpod! You can also connect with Ravel on Twitter and Instagram at @ravelpod.Thank you to Louie Zong for use of his song In Full Color, off his album, Here. Find his work on Spotify and Bandcamp!Ravel is a proud founding member of the Highline Media Network, bringing the art of podcasting back to normal people in normal places.

Best of the Left - Progressive Politics and Culture, Curated by a Human
#1379 Tell Stories, Not Myths: Democracy in America (Repost)

Best of the Left - Progressive Politics and Culture, Curated by a Human

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 85:48


Original Air Date 11/10/2020 Today we take a look at the long and shifting history of the myth of democracy in America. We've never had it since the beginning but the reasons have shifted, ebbed and flowed over time. Now, in the midst of an attempted slow-motion coup, we look back at this most central American myth. Be part of the show! Leave us a message at 202-999-3991 or email Jay@BestOfTheLeft.com  Transcript SHOW NOTES Ch. 1: "Let the People Pick the President" The Case for Abolishing the Electoral College - Democracy Now! - Air Date 10-30-20 Two of the last three presidents — George W. Bush and Donald Trump — came to office after losing the popular vote. "The Framers who met at the Constitutional Convention really had no idea what they were doing when they established how to pick a president" Ch. 2: The Second Revolution - Scene On Radio - Air Date 2-19-20 After the Civil War, a surprising coalition tried to remake the United States into a real multiracial democracy for the first time. Reconstruction, as the effort was called, brought dramatic change to America. For a while. Ch. 3: Democracy: Past, Present... and Future? - The Laura Flanders Show - Air Date 6-26-19 Don't remember the past? Does that mean you're condemned to repeat it? What does our country's past tell us about our present— and how can it help us imagine a better future? This week, two leading thinkers on the tricky challenges of democracy. Ch. 4: More Democracy - Scene on Radio - Air Date 6-10-20 What will it take to make the United States a more fully-functioning democracy, and how can we, as citizens, bring about that change? By host and producer John Biewen, with series collaborator Chenjerai Kumanyika. Ch. 5: Our democracy no longer represents the people. Here's how we fix it - TEDx - Air Date 10-20-15 Harvard Professor Lawrence Lessig makes the case that our democracy has become corrupt with money, leading to inequality that means only 0.02% of the United States population actually determines who's in power. Ch. 6: The Right's Long History of Ignoring the Will of the People - On the Media - Air Date 11-6-20 Rick Perlstein, historian of American conservatism and author, most recently, of Reaganland: America's Right Turn 1976-1980, has tracked this anti-majoritarian current in the American right for centuries. Ch. 7: The Republicans' War on Voting Rights, Protesting and Democracy - Some More News - Air Date 10-22-18 In this week's episode of Some More News, we do a deep dive on the Republicans' attacks on our voting rights, our right to protest and, well, Democracy. Which is bad and not good. Ch. 8: Schooled for Democracy - Scene on Radio - Air Date 5-13-20 In most American schools, children *hear about *democracy, but don't get to *practice *it. What would a more engaged brand of civics education look like? Ch. 9: The Crises of American Democracy & What to Do About Them w/ Suzanne Mettler - The Majority Report - Air Date 9-22-20 Sam hosts Cornell Professor of American Institutions Suzanne Mettler to discuss her latest book, Four Threats: The Recurring Crises of American Democracy and what we can learn from history to understand American democracy's vulnerabilities. VOICEMAILS Ch. 10: Changing the caucus party - Erin from Philly Ch. 11: What happens if they somehow steal the election? - Nick from California FINAL COMMENTS Ch. 12: Final comments on action being the only antidote to anxiety MUSIC (Blue Dot Sessions): Opening Theme: Loving Acoustic Instrumental by John Douglas Orr  Voicemail Music: Low Key Lost Feeling Electro by Alex Stinnent Activism Music: This Fickle World by Theo Bard Closing Music: Upbeat Laid Back Indie Rock by Alex Stinnent   Produced by Jay! Tomlinson Visit us at BestOfTheLeft.com

LifeBridge Community Church: Sermon Audio 722892
11.16 Devotional - Story of Reconstruction: Tribalism for Identity in Christ

LifeBridge Community Church: Sermon Audio 722892

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 29:28


JAAOS Unplugged
Tranexamic Acid in Cancer Patients Undergoing Endoprosthetic Reconstruction – A Cost Analysis.

JAAOS Unplugged

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 33:45


• Host Stephanie Pearce, MD • Guest interviewees Kyle Sweeney, MD and Douglas Haase, MD, discussing their research article “Tranexamic Acid in Cancer Patients Undergoing Endoprosthetic Reconstruction – A Cost Analysis” from the November 15, 2021 issue • Article summarized from November 1 issue (https://journals.lww.com/Jaaos/toc/2021/11010) o Research article “The Orthopaedic Match: Defining the Academic Profile of Successful Candidates” • Blog post summarized from the Sounds From the Training Room blog (https://soundsfromthetrainingroom.com/2021/07/08/menteeship-101-how-can-i-be-a-great-mentee/) o “Menteeship 101: How can I Be a Great Mentee?” Follow this link to download these and other articles from November 1, 2021 issue of JAAOS (https://journals.lww.com/Jaaos/toc/2021/11010) and he November 15, 2021 issue of JAAOS (https://journals.lww.com/Jaaos/toc/2021/11150). The JAAOS Unplugged podcast series is brought to you by the Journal of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons and the AAOS Resident Assembly. In addition, this podcast is brought to you by our sponsor, Zimmer Biomet: For more information, please visit www.zimmerbiomet.com/rosapartial

Ravel
HIGHLINE PRESENTS: Keller's Couch

Ravel

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2021 2:17


Keller‘s Couch is a mixture of talk show vibes and improv comedy. Episodes include interviews and ridiculous, witty, lame jokes. Tune in every couple weeks for new episodes!Learn more and subscribe by visiting us at highline.network/shows/kellerscouch

Ravel
(De)Theologizing Abortion

Ravel

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 62:24


Emily dives straight into what may be our culture's most controversial subjects! We discuss how we were raised to think about abortions and the shortcomings of polarized arguments that often talk past each other. We ravel out the meaning of "pro-life" and attempt to untangle the thin basis for theology among these debates.Mentioned in the episode:  Who Lives? Who Dies? Who Decides? by Sheldon Ekland-Olson The Evangelical Vote on Throughline The God Committee on the IN2 Podcast 22 Weeks 6 Days on Radiolab Follow the hosts on Twitter:  Josh: @joshlieuallen Emily: @RevRettinghouse Stephen: @stephenghenning Join our community at patreon.com/ravelpod! You can also connect with Ravel on Twitter and Instagram at @ravelpod.Thank you to Louie Zong for use of his song In Full Color, off his album, Here. Find his work on Spotify and Bandcamp!Ravel is a proud founding member of the Highline Media Network, bringing the art of podcasting back to normal people in normal places.

Tent Theology
Chris Green and Kenneth Tanner

Tent Theology

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 66:33


Dr. Chris Green thinks more deeply and more wonderfully on race, justice and pentecostalism than anyone you know. He is a prolific author and professor of Public Theology at Southeastern University. Rev. Kenneth Tanner is a priest, theologian, wise guide and kind colleague to many friends of Tent (including amongst others Brad Jersak and Brian Zahnd). Kenneth and Chris meet regularly for theological conversations, and were kind to allow Stephen to listen in and record. Along the way we talk about the incarnation, worship, reading, christendom, deconstruction, reconstruction and the deep goodness of Revelation.More from and about Kenneth Tanner can be found HERE.More from and about Chris Green HERE.All about the Open Table conferences and study sessions HERE.Has anything we make been interesting, useful or fruitful for you? You can support us by becoming a Fellow Traveller on our Patreon page HERE.

New Books in African American Studies
Alaina E. Roberts, "I've Been Here All the While: Black Freedom on Native Land" (U Pennsylvania Press, 2021)

New Books in African American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 59:00


Perhaps no other symbol has more resonance in African American history than that of 40 acres and a mule--the lost promise of Black reparations for slavery after the Civil War. In I've Been Here All the While: Black Freedom on Native Land (U Pennsylvania Press, 2021), we meet the Black people who actually received this mythic 40 acres, the American settlers who coveted this land, and the Native Americans whose holdings it originated from. In nineteenth-century Indian Territory (modern-day Oklahoma), a story unfolds that ties African American and Native American history tightly together, revealing a western theatre of Civil War and Reconstruction, in which Cherokee, Choctaw, Chickasaw, Creek, and Seminole Indians, their Black slaves, and African Americans and whites from the eastern United States fought military and rhetorical battles to lay claim to land that had been taken from others. Through chapters that chart cycles of dispossession, land seizure, and settlement in Indian Territory, Alaina E. Roberts draws on archival research and family history to upend the traditional story of Reconstruction. She connects debates about Black freedom and Native American citizenship to westward expansion onto Native land. As Black, white, and Native people constructed ideas of race, belonging, and national identity, this part of the West became, for a short time, the last place where Black people could escape Jim Crow, finding land and exercising political rights, until Oklahoma statehood in 1907. Adam McNeil is a Ph.D. Candidate in History at Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey. 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

New Books in History
Alaina E. Roberts, "I've Been Here All the While: Black Freedom on Native Land" (U Pennsylvania Press, 2021)

New Books in History

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 59:00


Perhaps no other symbol has more resonance in African American history than that of 40 acres and a mule--the lost promise of Black reparations for slavery after the Civil War. In I've Been Here All the While: Black Freedom on Native Land (U Pennsylvania Press, 2021), we meet the Black people who actually received this mythic 40 acres, the American settlers who coveted this land, and the Native Americans whose holdings it originated from. In nineteenth-century Indian Territory (modern-day Oklahoma), a story unfolds that ties African American and Native American history tightly together, revealing a western theatre of Civil War and Reconstruction, in which Cherokee, Choctaw, Chickasaw, Creek, and Seminole Indians, their Black slaves, and African Americans and whites from the eastern United States fought military and rhetorical battles to lay claim to land that had been taken from others. Through chapters that chart cycles of dispossession, land seizure, and settlement in Indian Territory, Alaina E. Roberts draws on archival research and family history to upend the traditional story of Reconstruction. She connects debates about Black freedom and Native American citizenship to westward expansion onto Native land. As Black, white, and Native people constructed ideas of race, belonging, and national identity, this part of the West became, for a short time, the last place where Black people could escape Jim Crow, finding land and exercising political rights, until Oklahoma statehood in 1907. Adam McNeil is a Ph.D. Candidate in History at Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey. 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 Network
Alaina E. Roberts, "I've Been Here All the While: Black Freedom on Native Land" (U Pennsylvania Press, 2021)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 59:00


Perhaps no other symbol has more resonance in African American history than that of 40 acres and a mule--the lost promise of Black reparations for slavery after the Civil War. In I've Been Here All the While: Black Freedom on Native Land (U Pennsylvania Press, 2021), we meet the Black people who actually received this mythic 40 acres, the American settlers who coveted this land, and the Native Americans whose holdings it originated from. In nineteenth-century Indian Territory (modern-day Oklahoma), a story unfolds that ties African American and Native American history tightly together, revealing a western theatre of Civil War and Reconstruction, in which Cherokee, Choctaw, Chickasaw, Creek, and Seminole Indians, their Black slaves, and African Americans and whites from the eastern United States fought military and rhetorical battles to lay claim to land that had been taken from others. Through chapters that chart cycles of dispossession, land seizure, and settlement in Indian Territory, Alaina E. Roberts draws on archival research and family history to upend the traditional story of Reconstruction. She connects debates about Black freedom and Native American citizenship to westward expansion onto Native land. As Black, white, and Native people constructed ideas of race, belonging, and national identity, this part of the West became, for a short time, the last place where Black people could escape Jim Crow, finding land and exercising political rights, until Oklahoma statehood in 1907. Adam McNeil is a Ph.D. Candidate in History at Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey. 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 American Studies
Alaina E. Roberts, "I've Been Here All the While: Black Freedom on Native Land" (U Pennsylvania Press, 2021)

New Books in American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 59:00


Perhaps no other symbol has more resonance in African American history than that of 40 acres and a mule--the lost promise of Black reparations for slavery after the Civil War. In I've Been Here All the While: Black Freedom on Native Land (U Pennsylvania Press, 2021), we meet the Black people who actually received this mythic 40 acres, the American settlers who coveted this land, and the Native Americans whose holdings it originated from. In nineteenth-century Indian Territory (modern-day Oklahoma), a story unfolds that ties African American and Native American history tightly together, revealing a western theatre of Civil War and Reconstruction, in which Cherokee, Choctaw, Chickasaw, Creek, and Seminole Indians, their Black slaves, and African Americans and whites from the eastern United States fought military and rhetorical battles to lay claim to land that had been taken from others. Through chapters that chart cycles of dispossession, land seizure, and settlement in Indian Territory, Alaina E. Roberts draws on archival research and family history to upend the traditional story of Reconstruction. She connects debates about Black freedom and Native American citizenship to westward expansion onto Native land. As Black, white, and Native people constructed ideas of race, belonging, and national identity, this part of the West became, for a short time, the last place where Black people could escape Jim Crow, finding land and exercising political rights, until Oklahoma statehood in 1907. Adam McNeil is a Ph.D. Candidate in History at Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/american-studies

New Books in the American West
Alaina E. Roberts, "I've Been Here All the While: Black Freedom on Native Land" (U Pennsylvania Press, 2021)

New Books in the American West

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 59:00


Perhaps no other symbol has more resonance in African American history than that of 40 acres and a mule--the lost promise of Black reparations for slavery after the Civil War. In I've Been Here All the While: Black Freedom on Native Land (U Pennsylvania Press, 2021), we meet the Black people who actually received this mythic 40 acres, the American settlers who coveted this land, and the Native Americans whose holdings it originated from. In nineteenth-century Indian Territory (modern-day Oklahoma), a story unfolds that ties African American and Native American history tightly together, revealing a western theatre of Civil War and Reconstruction, in which Cherokee, Choctaw, Chickasaw, Creek, and Seminole Indians, their Black slaves, and African Americans and whites from the eastern United States fought military and rhetorical battles to lay claim to land that had been taken from others. Through chapters that chart cycles of dispossession, land seizure, and settlement in Indian Territory, Alaina E. Roberts draws on archival research and family history to upend the traditional story of Reconstruction. She connects debates about Black freedom and Native American citizenship to westward expansion onto Native land. As Black, white, and Native people constructed ideas of race, belonging, and national identity, this part of the West became, for a short time, the last place where Black people could escape Jim Crow, finding land and exercising political rights, until Oklahoma statehood in 1907. Adam McNeil is a Ph.D. Candidate in History at Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/american-west

New Books in Native American Studies
Alaina E. Roberts, "I've Been Here All the While: Black Freedom on Native Land" (U Pennsylvania Press, 2021)

New Books in Native American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 59:00


Perhaps no other symbol has more resonance in African American history than that of 40 acres and a mule--the lost promise of Black reparations for slavery after the Civil War. In I've Been Here All the While: Black Freedom on Native Land (U Pennsylvania Press, 2021), we meet the Black people who actually received this mythic 40 acres, the American settlers who coveted this land, and the Native Americans whose holdings it originated from. In nineteenth-century Indian Territory (modern-day Oklahoma), a story unfolds that ties African American and Native American history tightly together, revealing a western theatre of Civil War and Reconstruction, in which Cherokee, Choctaw, Chickasaw, Creek, and Seminole Indians, their Black slaves, and African Americans and whites from the eastern United States fought military and rhetorical battles to lay claim to land that had been taken from others. Through chapters that chart cycles of dispossession, land seizure, and settlement in Indian Territory, Alaina E. Roberts draws on archival research and family history to upend the traditional story of Reconstruction. She connects debates about Black freedom and Native American citizenship to westward expansion onto Native land. As Black, white, and Native people constructed ideas of race, belonging, and national identity, this part of the West became, for a short time, the last place where Black people could escape Jim Crow, finding land and exercising political rights, until Oklahoma statehood in 1907. Adam McNeil is a Ph.D. Candidate in History at Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/native-american-studies

Axelbank Reports History and Today
#65: Robert Levine - "The Failed Promise"

Axelbank Reports History and Today

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 56:20


There are few periods in American history that offered more hope than Reconstruction. There are also few periods that left behind such devastation. On this episode, we talk with University of Maryland Distinguished Professor Dr. Robert Levine about his book, "The Failed Promise: Reconstruction, Frederick Douglass and the Impeachment of Andrew Johnson." He explains how Andrew Johnson went from a figure of hope to a villain of America's attempt at a rebirth. Dr. Levine explains how his roots as a poor southern racist - who happened to speak out against slavery - led him to become Abraham Lincoln's successor. Johnson quickly disappointed advocates for Black enfranchisement like Frederick Douglass, which helped leave behind over a century of racial discord. Combined with white supremacist terrorism, we discuss how America again failed to deliver on its founding promise, that "All men are created equal."Dr. Levine's website can be found at blog.umd.edu/robert-s-levine/Support our show at patreon.com/axelbankhistory**A portion of every contribution is given to a charity for children's literacy**"Axelbank Reports History and Today" can be found on social media at twitter.com/axelbankhistoryinstagram.com/axelbankhistoryfacebook.com/axelbankhistory

Inglorious Pasterds
277 - Two Deformed Hands

Inglorious Pasterds

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 160:56


JOSHUA M CASEY LINKS: Twitter: https://twitter.com/thejmcasey Blog: https://joshuamcasey.wordpress.com DRUNK CHURCH HISTORY LINKS: Twitter https://twitter.com/DCHpod Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/drunkchurchhistory/   PASTERDS LINKS: Pasterds Website: www.ingloriouspasterds.com Pasterds Twitter: www.twitter.com/PasterdsPodcast Michael Baysinger Twitter: www.twitter.com/mjbaysinger Matt Polley Twitter: www.twitter.com/polleynamedmatt Brad Polley Twitter: www.twitter.com/polleynamedbrad Instagram: www.instagram.com/ingloriouspasterds Facebook: www.facebook.com/pasterdspodcast   SUPPORT US ON PATREON TO JOIN THE PASTERDS PUB: http://www.patreon.com/pasterdspodcast LEAVE US A VOICEMAIL FOR ASK A PASTERD: 484-PASTERD Yep. That's (484)727-8373   WANT MORE HOT CONTENT?!? HEAD OVER TO PATREON TO GET ACCESS TO OUR SPINOFF PODCASTS: Tao Te Matt, Deep Thoughts w/ Michael, Rumi-nations, Hymns of Reconstruction, TERD Talk, & More http://www.patreon.com/pasterdspodcast

Upside Down Podcast
Season 6 | Episode 94: Persisting in Boundaries

Upside Down Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 49:11


How do you live an open-handed life while protecting your peace? Co-hosts Lindsy Wallace, Alissa Molina, and Kayla Craig explore the topic of boundaries: what they mean and why they're crucial in our lives, relationships, and the spaces we exist in. In this episode, we:Define what boundaries are and how they can be designed for the mutual health and flourishing of ourselves and others around usConsider how boundaries can show up in our lives to help us to rest, safety, and receiving what we needGet honest about struggling with the guilt of setting good boundaries Talk about how the idea of boundaries can carry negative connotations, especially in church settings in which we (especially women) are expected to sacrifice and pour out constantlyDiscuss the necessity of unlearning the suppression of our needs in order to serve others and replace that with learning how to articulate our needs insteadLook at the example of Jesus, who often withdrew to lonely placesPush back against the cultural expectation that we have to do everything and show up a certain way to be valuedAsk what is ours to press into and what is the most loving thing to do for ourselves and other peopleJoin us as we dig into why we need boundaries and process out loud what this looks like in our lives. We hope this episode encourages you to check in with yourself. Feel free to share your thoughts on this episode with our community on social media!News, Notes, and Links:Brené Brown writes about three ways to set boundaries.Check out this succinct explainer on boundaries from GoodTherapy.We found this Healthline article about protecting your emotional space to be super helpful.Support more conversations like this on Upside Down Podcast! Please visit us, where you can pledge a few dollars of monthly support to help us pay our bills and keep the conversations going.Learn more at Upside Down Podcast.We're on Instagram, too. You can find us individually at @patricia_a_taylor, @kayla_craig, @alissarmolina, and @lindsy.wallace.Join the Upside Down Together listener group on Facebook!Support the show (http://www.patreon.com/upsidedownpodcast)

Java with Juli
#387: Life, Intimacy and Loving Your Body After Breast Cancer & Reconstruction

Java with Juli

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 40:04


Kim Harms was diagnosed with breast cancer shortly after her fortieth birthday.  In this episode, Juli grabs coffee with Kim to hear how she learned to grieve, love her new body and rebuild intimacy with her husband after a double mastectomy and breast reconstruction. Kim tells her story in the book Life Reconstructed, but you'll want to grab your Java and pull up chair for this vulnerable and life-giving conversation today. Guest: Kim Harms Show notes: Get plugged in with like-minded women in an online book study! Mama Bear Apologetics Guide to Sexuality by Hillary Ferrer & Amy Davison* Life Reconstructed: Navigating the World of Mastectomies and Breast Reconstruction by Kim Harms* Kim's website, Life Reconstructed Being Sexy Has Nothing to Do With Your Body (Juli's blog) Follow Authentic Intimacy on: Instagram: @authenticintimacy Facebook: @authenticintimacy Follow Juli on Twitter @DrJuliSlattery   *This is an affiliate link. AI may earn referral fees from qualifying purchases.

Arthroscopy Podcast
Episode 135: Distal Tibia Allograft Glenoid Reconstruction in Recurrent Anterior Shoulder Instability: Clinical and Radiographic Outcomes

Arthroscopy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2021


Drs Dekker and Provencher discuss Distal Tibia Allograft Glenoid Reconstruction in Recurrent Anterior Shoulder Instability: Clinical and Radiographic Outcomes

Louisiana Anthology Podcast
442. Melissa Daggett, part 2

Louisiana Anthology Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2021


442. Part 2 of our interview with Melissa Daggett about New Orleans spiritualism. Please join us when historian Melissa Daggett discusses her book, Spiritualism in Nineteenth-Century New Orleans: The Life and Times of Henry Louis Rey. Modern American Spiritualism blossomed in the 1850s and continued as a viable faith into the 1870s. Because of its diversity and openness to new cultures and religions, New Orleans provided fertile ground to nurture Spiritualism, and many séance circles ourished in the Creole Faubourgs of Tremé and Marigny as well as the American sector of the city. Melissa Daggett focuses on Le Cercle Harmonique, the francophone séance circle of Henry Louis Rey (1831-1894), a Creole of color who was a key civil rights activist, author, and Civil War and Reconstruction leader. His life has so far remained largely in the shadows of New Orleans history, partly due to a language barrier.This week in Louisiana history. November 6, 2014. Republican Rep. Bill Cassidy defeated Democratic Sen. Mary Landrieu denying her a fourth term as US Senator. This week in New Orleans history. Filming of Benjamin Button began on November 6, 2006, in New Orleans. This week in Louisiana. Toledo Bend Army Rec Site Monthly Bass Tournament November 07, 2021 - November 06, 2021 1310 Army Recreation Rd Florien LA 71429 Come out and fish in our Monthly Bass Tournament. Boats are $40 to enter. The winner will receive a 80% pay out. Example: 8 Boats enter, the winner receives $256.00. All participants with a DOD ID will have the chance to win a Door Prizes valued at a total of $300. No boat? No problem. We have boats to rent at the Toledo Bend Army Recreation Park. Call 318-565-4285 or 318-565-4484 for more information. Postcards from Louisiana. A Cajun band plays "Bayou Pon Pon."Listen on iTunes.Listen on Google Play.Listen on Google Podcasts.Listen on Spotify.Listen on Stitcher.Listen on TuneIn.The Louisiana Anthology Home Page.Like us on Facebook. 

The Thoughtful Gamer Podcast
Ep 92: A Conversation with Austin Smokowicz about Robotech Reconstruction

The Thoughtful Gamer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 84:59


Austin's enthusiasm for Robotech Reconstruction is plain to see (hear?) in this podcast. As one half of the Dr. Wictz design team, he's gone deep into the lore of this classic anime to create a fascinating game exploring its political and military settings. What emerges is a tense 90-120 minute asymmetric game clearly inspired by the COIN series but also distinct from it in service of the setting. Learn how he balanced a number of different tensions to design and sell this under-seen game. 0:56 - What is Robotech Reconstruction? 4:36 - A brief history of Robotech lore 23:26 - Turning the setting into game form 40:34 - Comparing Robotech Reconstruction and the COIN system 58:05 - Biggest design challenge 1:07:45 - The card trading mechanism 1:15:20 - The playtesting/promotion/preorder period 1:17:35 - The art See more info and preorder here: https://strangemachinegames.com/robotech-reconstruction/ Dr. Wictz site: https://dr.wictz.com/ Music: Sailing The Solar Wind by Abstraction Like the podcast? Want to watch it being recorded, live? Consider supporting it on Patreon.

Inglorious Pasterds
276 - Inch Time Foot Gem

Inglorious Pasterds

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 144:10


PASTERDS LINKS: Pasterds Website: www.ingloriouspasterds.com Pasterds Twitter: www.twitter.com/PasterdsPodcast Michael Baysinger Twitter: www.twitter.com/mjbaysinger Matt Polley Twitter: www.twitter.com/polleynamedmatt Brad Polley Twitter: www.twitter.com/polleynamedbrad Instagram: www.instagram.com/ingloriouspasterds Facebook: www.facebook.com/pasterdspodcast   SUPPORT US ON PATREON TO JOIN THE PASTERDS PUB: http://www.patreon.com/pasterdspodcast LEAVE US A VOICEMAIL FOR ASK A PASTERD: 484-PASTERD Yep. That's (484)727-8373   WANT MORE HOT CONTENT?!? HEAD OVER TO PATREON TO GET ACCESS TO OUR SPINOFF PODCASTS: Tao Te Matt, Deep Thoughts w/ Michael, Rumi-nations, Hymns of Reconstruction, TERD Talk, & More http://www.patreon.com/pasterdspodcast

Ravel
Jesus Is My Dom

Ravel

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 53:30


Stephen brings a classic word study on the idea of "submission". First, in the context of marriage, we discuss the outsized impact a simple phrase like "wives submit to your husbands" has on the culture in gender roles and divisions of labor. Then we discuss church authority! And tune in for an embarrassing story of teenage Stephen talking back to his mom!Mentioned in the episode:  Ephesians 5:21-33 - Instructions for Christian Households Antifragile by Nassim Taleb Follow the hosts on Twitter:  Josh: @joshlieuallen Emily: @RevRettinghouse Stephen: @stephenghenning Join our community at patreon.com/ravelpod! You can also connect with Ravel on Twitter and Instagram at @ravelpod.Thank you to Louie Zong for use of his song In Full Color, off his album, Here. Find his work on Spotify and Bandcamp!Ravel is a proud founding member of the Highline Media Network, bringing the art of podcasting back to normal people in normal places.

The Autumn Miles Show
Episode 60: “Reconstruction” of Faith

The Autumn Miles Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 53:18


Join Autumn and her brother, Pastor David Carey as they talk through the current movement of "deconstruction of faith." 

American Conservative University
To Rescue the Republic: Ulysses S. Grant, the Fragile Union, and the Crisis of 1876 by Bret Baier. Fox News Documentary.

American Conservative University

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2021 37:12


To Rescue the Republic: Ulysses S. Grant, the Fragile Union, and the Crisis of 1876 by Bret Baier. Fox News Documentary.   To Rescue The Republic with Bret Baier - Fox News Documentary https://youtu.be/qqAoejKg0Nw Padma Enter 10 To Rescue The Republic with Bret Baier - Fox News Documentary #FoxNews #Documentary https://t.me/foxnewstrump https://t.me/trumpsaveamerica1   About the book- To Rescue the Republic: Ulysses S. Grant, the Fragile Union, and the Crisis of 1876 by Bret Baier The #1 bestselling author and Fox News Channel's Chief Political Anchor illuminates the heroic life of Ulysses S. Grant "To Rescue the Republic is narrative history at its absolute finest. A fast-paced, thrilling and enormously important book." —Douglas Brinkley An epic history spanning the battlegrounds of the Civil War and the violent turmoil of Reconstruction to the forgotten electoral crisis that nearly fractured a reunited nation, Bret Baier's To Rescue the Republic dramatically reveals Ulysses S. Grant's essential yet underappreciated role in preserving the United States during an unprecedented period of division. Born a tanner's son in rugged Ohio in 1822 and battle-tested by the Mexican American War, Grant met his destiny on the bloody fields of the Civil War. His daring and resolve as a general gained the attention of President Lincoln, then desperate for bold leadership. Lincoln appointed Grant as Lieutenant General of the Union Army in March 1864. Within a year, Grant's forces had seized Richmond and forced Robert E. Lee to surrender. Four years later, the reunified nation faced another leadership void after Lincoln's assassination and an unworthy successor completed his term. Again, Grant answered the call. At stake once more was the future of the Union, for though the Southern states had been defeated, it remained to be seen if the former Confederacy could be reintegrated into the country—and if the Union could ensure the rights and welfare of African Americans in the South. Grant met the challenge by boldly advancing an agenda of Reconstruction and aggressively countering the Ku Klux Klan.  In his final weeks in the White House, however, Grant faced a crisis that threatened to undo his life's work. The contested presidential election of 1876 produced no clear victory for either Republican Rutherford B. Hayes or Democrat Samuel Tilden, who carried most of the former Confederacy. Soon Southern states vowed to revolt if Tilden was not declared the victor. Grant was determined to use his influence to preserve the Union, establishing an electoral commission to peaceably settle the issue. Grant brokered a grand bargain: the installation of Republican Hayes to the presidency, with concessions to the Democrats that effectively ended Reconstruction. This painful compromise saved the nation, but tragically condemned the South to another century of civil-rights oppression. Deep with contemporary resonance and brimming with fresh detail that takes readers from the battlefields of the Civil War to the corridors of power where men decided the fate of the nation in back rooms, To Rescue the Republic reveals Grant, for all his complexity, to be among the first rank of American heroes.