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Conversations With Warrior Women Podcast
Jessica Lahey- The Addiction Inoculation- Are You or Your Teens Drinking Too Much? - Episode 127

Conversations With Warrior Women Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 47:08


Episode Description: Are we drinking too much? Is it okay to let our teenagers drink? What if we monitor and supervise? Theses are the questions I wanted to ask Jessica Lahey, Author of The Addiction Inoculation and prevention and sobriety coach at an evidence-based medical detox and recovery center in Vermont.. Her journey to sobriety and her work with adults and teens have led her to the answers we are going to give you today. Can we inoculate our kids against addiction? Prevent them and us from self medicating? Awareness is the first step. Connect with: Jessica! Website: https://www.jessicalahey.com/ Twitter: @jesslahey IG: @teacherlahey TikTok: @jesslahey FB: https://www.facebook.com/jessicapottslahey/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFJ5jb98nTWRKRPm1JS0i_g Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jessica-lahey-b815a366/ Guest Bio: Jess Lahey is the author of the New York Times bestselling The Gift of Failure and The Addiction Inoculation. She's a prevention and sobriety coach at Sana at Stowe, an evidence-based medical detox and recovery center in Vermont. She has two kids who are grown and flown, so consequently she has three dogs and two cats. She lives in the woods of Vermont with her husband, Tim.

Flipping The Field
The Last Temptation Of Chryst

Flipping The Field

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 81:10


Now presenting Martin Luther's Top 25 Theses. Flipping The Field is presented by https://meetatmidfield.com/ (Meet At Midfield) and https://www.homefieldapparel.com/ (Homefield Apparel). If you like the show, please be sure to tell a friend and leave a five-star review. If you want to keep up to date with the show, be sure to subscribe on your podcasting app of choice and follow the show on Twitter at https://twitter.com/FieldFlipping (FieldFlipping). If you have a question you'd like answered on the show, send us a DM on the show's Twitter account.

Light Up Your Worth
81. Safety In Our Own Bodies with Anne-Laure Peaucelle

Light Up Your Worth

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 48:35


Everyone has experienced some form of physical, emotional, mental or spiritual trauma. Theses' traumas create blocks and barriers which causes us to not feel safe in our bodies. It's important to empower yourself again so that you can reclaim your agency and come back to a sense of choice and be able to create a sense of safety within yourself. In this Light Up Your Worth episode host Debbie McAllister, and Certified Yoga Therapist, Anne-Laure Peaucelle dive into what is yoga therapy, the difference between yoga and yoga therapy, why it's important to move your body and why it's so important to create safety in our bodies. Anne-Laure, C-IAYT is a trauma-sensitive yoga therapist specialized in mental, behavioral and emotional health. She supports individuals in navigating anxiety, depression, burnout and trauma recovery through the lens of yoga therapy. She works with hospitals, mental health and behavioral health facilities as well as addiction recovery treatment facilities who are ready to bring a holistic approach to mental health to their staff and patients. Her work is based on the understanding that emotions, thoughts and patterns of behavior live in the body and that's what often guides our decisions. She uses movement, breath and other somatic practices to help people reconnect with themselves and navigate life from a centered and empowered place. To reach Anne-Laure: Website: www.yogawithannelaure.com Instagram: www.instagram.com/yogatherapyflagstaff Facebook: www.facebook.com/groups/yogaandemotionalfreedom Current offer for clients: individual yoga therapy session (in-person & remote) Debbie McAllister is a Spiritual Transformational Coach and Light Up Your Worth podcast host. She offers recorded energetic healing meditations to clear out the limiting subconscious beliefs, and self-sabotage patterns, & release negative habits, interrupt & healing generational trauma, and lovingly guide you through the process of transition. Free Quick Confidence Boosting Meditation at her website https://www.lightupyourworth.net Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lightupyourworth YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/Lightupyourworthpodcast Looking to contribute? Buy Me A Coffee https://www.buymeacoffee.com/lightupyrworth Debbie shares: https://www.instagram.com/sage_essentialoils/ https://www.polkadotpowerhouse.com/ https://badassbookbesties.com Become a patron at https://www.patreon.com/lightupyourworth --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/lightupyourworth/support This podcast episode was edited by Chelsea Weaver Podcasting Chelseaweaverpodcasting.com https://linktr.ee/chelseaweaverpodcasting --- 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/lightupyourworth/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/lightupyourworth/support

CornerstoneBV Media
Wisdom828 Episode 100: Life of Repentance

CornerstoneBV Media

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022


This week on #Wisdom828 Pastor Bob shares some wisdom on living a life of repentance. We will take a look at the first discussion topic from Martin Luther's 95 Theses. Check it out!

Mass Struggle
Theses on the United Front - The Comintern

Mass Struggle

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 34:59


At the Fourth Congress of the Communist International, the Executive Committee adopted this appendix to the Theses on Comintern Tactics in December, 1922. This episode is a reading of Theses on the United Front.Access free resources and support the show: https://www.patreon.com/massstruggleFollow Mass Struggle on instagram: @MassStrugglePodFollow Mass Struggle on twitter: @MassStrugglePod Email: massstrugglepod@gmail.comSupport the show

MetroNews This Morning
MetroNews This Morning 9-2-22

MetroNews This Morning

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 11:59


After 11 years, the Backyard Brawl lived up to its billing last night--but ultimately it was a heart breaker for Mountaineer fans, Kyle Wiggs will recap the WVU loss in Pittsburgh. Elsewhere, a tragic accident has claimed the life of a student at Herbert Hoover High School in Kanawha County. Law enforcement says goodby to a four-legged hero in Charleston. Governor Jim Justice delivers money to Monroe County to renovate an aging courthouse and two of the state's largest healthcare outlets are now under the same corporate umbrella. Fred Persinger also joins us to break down tonight's top high school games. Theses stories and more in today's MetroNews This Morning podcast.

Root and Branch Church
Remake Believe: 95 (New) Theses Campaign

Root and Branch Church

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 20:48


Preacher: Virginia White It's no secret that things are awry in the capital C church. Division, discrimination, deception, death-dealing doctrines, and dire boredom seem to rule the day. Perhaps that's why many of us ended up here at R+B: a little church trying to figure out how to remake belief. We wanted to find (or build) something a bit more wild and alive, and a lot more loving.  Collectively, we've been at it for a while now. We've learned a lot and yet we know our work is not nearly done. We have our own unlearning, listening, and growing to do. Remaking belief is a lifelong journey - beckoning us beyond what we know.  This Sunday we are going to recommit to this (re)making believe stuff in a fresh way. We're launching our 95 (New) Theses campaign! A way for us to share our deepest dreams and biggest imaginings for a better church (and world) with one another and to hear from people beyond this community about what they yearn for as well. Scripture: Luke 13:10-17 Worksheet: https://www.rootandbranchchurch.org/rmb-worksheet Remake Believe Board: Community Vision Board  

Trinity's Pastor Writes
Lutheran Bodies in North America, Class #10: August 28, 2022

Trinity's Pastor Writes

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 28, 2022 68:09


In this sixth class on the Lutheran church bodies in North America, we will look at church polity and the disagreements over the teaching of Church and Ministry. Handout 1:  Lutheran-Confessions-with-Ministry-and-Polity.pdf Handout 2:  Office-and-Ministry-Pictures-to-Hand-Out.pdf Handout 3:  Apology-XIV-Ecclesiastical-Order.pdf Handout 4: Theses-on-Church-and-Ministry.pdf Handout 5: Demagoguery or Democracy? by Rast.pdf Handout 6: Moving-Frontiers-Summary-by-Schaff.pdf --Michael D. Henson, Pastor of Trinity Lutheran Church (Herrin, IL). https://vimeo.com/741611332 Picture: St. Patrick Lutheran Church (Chipley, FL) hosted our Eldona Family Camp this Summer.  Here is Pr. Brandon Warr leading the closing Divine Service.  

Relax with Meditation
Stop chasing women

Relax with Meditation

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022


 Theses chasing and pursuing of women comes from neediness, that we are a needy boy and that doesn't feel so good…. Women love a man who is:1.) Confident,2.) Vulnerable,3.) Who has the courage to step up and go in front of them? The females dislike a needy man.A woman dislikes when a man is staring at her and is not acting. In our society, the men have learned to chase and to pursue their goals. And this never works out. If we enjoy our work we become much more successful than to chase our success. If we are under success pressure we fail much more than to be relaxed. Because our fears to fail, will attract to fail. And we lose our creativity when we are under tension.Imagine you want to seduce a girl and you are under tension. Do you think that you can entertain the girl so well? You are rather a greedy beast who wants sex like a rapist and the women hate that. Also, I have tried out to chase women, even as an introvert.  And the results had been so devastating that I stopped early in my manhood to chase any woman.What I have found out: so more I run after women so faster the women run away. At first, I tried out to become independent happy, to be content with my self and the girls were contacting me. I started with self-experience groups, tantra, and bioenergetic groups and made every day my meditation. And through that, I became vulnerable, sensitive and content with my self. And the women loved that. I became one of their favorites. And within one year, I became attractive for the women and before I had no chance. Every man can do so. Then I tried the strategy, just to be relaxed and look in the eyes of an attractive girl. When she was looking back I smiled and went in front of her. I, as a stutterer, was afraid to speak with that girl. Instead, I just approached her and when it was okay with her I embraced her…  How I found out if I could embrace her or not.  Instead, to play cool, I showed her how vulnerable I am and could feel what she wants. And that is not so difficult… First, become attractive to yourself and then You don't have to bother for a date. My Video: Stop chasing women https://youtu.be/f_kvEF64XpkMy Audio: https://divinesuccess.net/wp-content/uploads/2021/Podcast.B/Stop-chasing-women.mp3

Get Wright for Sunday
Do I Know You?

Get Wright for Sunday

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 23:04


Join Pastor Wright and Pastor Skeesick, as they look at the texts for the 11th Sunday after Pentecost. What is the motivation behind the man's question to Jesus? What does it mean that God the master of the house might say to people, I do not know where you came from? Should we be worried? Is going to church enough? Is doing good christian acts for the sake of doing good christian acts enough? Theses questions and more are discussed in this new episode of Get Wright For Sunday. Feel free to contact us at Getwrightforsunday@gmail.com with any comments, questions, challenges, or quips! We would love to hear from you!

Momus: The Podcast
Ben Davis - Season 5, Episode 7

Momus: The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 83:17


In the introduction to Ben Davis's new book, a bracing and perspectival collection of essays titled Art in the After-Culture (Haymarket Books), he reflects that “the only thing that has grown faster than the demands on art has been doubt that art can respond adequately to those demands.” In a generous and thoughtful conversation with Sky Goodden, Davis expands on those cultural tensions that exacerbate an already fraught cultural dialogue, and touches on other central themes to this collection of writing, including the economic structures that inform contemporary art and its technologies, the roots of cultural appropriation, the context collapse of our critical reception, and the ambient shifts in contemporary art's 'connoisseurship'.Of course, this is also a conversation about writing. In discussing a book that has taken the better part of a decade to come out, and has required significant rewriting as Davis responded to a shape-shifting present, he reflects, “It's a process that resembles depression in the psychoanalytic sense. You feel, for a long period of time, that you have this giant object, a presence in your life that can't be expressed, that hangs over you like a dark cloud. I don't have a life hack around that except to say that I think it really helps to believe in what you're doing.”Ben Davis is the National Art Critic at artnet News, where he's also a senior editor. His first book, 9.5 Theses on Art and Class, came out in 2013 (Haymarket Books) and, as one artist put it, delivered "a truth-bomb of a book.”Please consider donating through our Patreon campaign.

Sharron Positive Inspirations
August 14 Prayer of Protection and Covering

Sharron Positive Inspirations

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 14, 2022 12:03


Psalms 91 TPT and Psalms 37 TPT. Theses are read over you for protection in this season. The protection covers you, your family children and those connected to you in Jesus name. The blood of Jesus covers and protect you all. Stay with God. Replay as often as you need God's protection and promises. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/sharron-downs/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/sharron-downs/support

The 'X' Zone Radio Show
Rob McConnell Interviews - DR. BRUCE CORNET - UFO-UAP Researcher, Geologist, Paleobotanist, Palynologist

The 'X' Zone Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 45:17


Bruce Cornet received a B.A. degree (1970) in biology from the University of Connecticut, a Masters degree (1972) in paleobotany from that same university, and graduated from Penn State in 1977 with a Ph.D. in geology and palynology (the study of fossil spores and pollen, used to age date rocks). He spent 11 years in the oil industry (1977-1988), working for Gulf Research & Development, Exxon USA, Mobil Oil Corporation, and Superior Oil Company, all in Houston, TX. Between 1981 and 1982 he ran his own independent exploration company (Geminoil, Inc.), which drilled for and found oil in eastern Virginia. Between 1988 and 1993 he held a research position at Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory (part of Columbia University). He is profiled on ResearchGate, and has published many scientific Articles (28), Books (1), Chapters (3), Conference Papers (2), Theses (2), Technical Reports (4), Research (2), Experiment Findings (1), and Presentations (6). All total (49). He taught classroom geology and botany, and an online geology course for the Raritan Valley Community College in New Jersey for seven years (2002-2008). He also taught physical and historical geology for the El Paso Community College in Texas, and for the Dona Ana Community College, a branch of New Mexico State University. Now retired, he has been writing books and continuing his research into UAP and Alien Abductions.Now listen to all our XZBN shows, with our compliments go to: https://www.spreaker.com/user/xzoneradiotv*** AND NOW ***The ‘X' Zone TV Channel on SimulTV - www.simultv.comThe ‘X' Chronicles Newspaper - www.xchroniclesnewpaper.com

William Ramsey Investigates
The Next Great Reformation: 96 Theses for Reclaiming Jesus' Everlasting Kingdom with Author John Noe.

William Ramsey Investigates

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 45:09


Dr. John Noe discusses The Next Great Reformation: 96 Theses for Reclaiming Jesus' Everlasting Kingdom. https://www.prophecyrefi.org/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Partakers Church Podcasts
Church History Part 24

Partakers Church Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 4:46


Part 24 Reformation 1 - Martin Luther You may remember that in our series we looked briefly a the split between the Eastern and Western churches. Today we come to a greater split! A split within the Roman Catholic church – the beginnings of the Protestant church! The main person who will look at today is Martin Luther – one of the very giants of church history! . Martin Luther (1483-1546) - Professor of Biblical Studies at Wittenburg University in Germany. Luther tried to find god as an Augustinian monk but he was unable to come to terms with God's righteous demands. He eventually realised that in order to satisfy God's righteous demands, that he could do nothing of his own to fulfil them. He came to see that justification before Almighty God was by faith alone, through grace alone, which was a gift of God. Included in the aftermath of this discovery, were these events! . 95 Theses - statements against indulgences nailed to the castle church door at Wittenburg on 31st October 1517. He rapidly gained a following in Germany, and was aided by the printing press. 1519 - denied the supremacy and infallibility of the Pope and Church. 1520 - excommunicated by Pope Leo X 1521 - Diet of Worms. Luther was outlawed by Emperor Charles V of Spain. He was hidden by friends for 8 months, during which he translated the N.T. into German. 1528 - Diet of Spruger. Each German state allowed to follow the religion of its reigning prince. 1529 - Diet of Speyer. Lutheran states to remain Lutheran and Catholic states to remain Catholic, not allowed to change. Evangelical princes protested at restriction and the Protestant was given to this movement. 1530 - Diet of Augsburg. Protestants submitted statement of belief witch was rejected, but became the basis of Lutheran doctrine. 1547 - War broke out between Catholic and Protestant. This war was won by the Catholics, but Protestantism was finally recognised legally in 1552. Three main truths to come out of the Reformation. Final authority of God's Word. Justification by faith, a gift of God's grace. The priesthood of all believers. . However it should be noted that, wrongly or rightly, Luther still accepted as truth Infant baptism as necessary for salvation. Consubstantiation - a 'real presence' of Christ's body with bread and wine. . Lutheranism quickly spread from Germany to Denmark, Norway and Sweden. . That's it for this time! Next time in our series HAHA, we will continue looking at the great Reformers of the church! Tap or click here to save this as an audio mp3 file

Tetelestai Church
Hebrews 2020: We See Jesus Lesson 230 - Increment 230 ~ 88 THESES # 67 - # 88 (MINI-SERIES 4 OF 4)

Tetelestai Church

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022


PASTOR ALAN RICK KNAPP discusses the topic of Increment 230 - 88 THESES # 67 - # 88 (MINI-SERIES 4 OF 4) in his series entitled Hebrews 2020: We See Jesus. This is lesson number 230 and it focuses on Hebrews Chapters = 1 - 7.

Tetelestai Church
Hebrews 2020: We See Jesus Lesson 229 - Increment 229 ~ 88 THESES # 45 - # 66 (MINI-SERIES 3 OF 4)

Tetelestai Church

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022


PASTOR ALAN RICK KNAPP discusses the topic of Increment 229 - 88 THESES # 45 - # 66 (MINI-SERIES 3 OF 4) in his series entitled Hebrews 2020: We See Jesus. This is lesson number 229 and it focuses on Hebrews Chapters = 1 - 7.

Kerygma Video Podcast
Our Story: Aftermath of the Theses

Kerygma Video Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 33:00


Tetelestai Church
Hebrews 2020: We See Jesus Lesson 227 - Increment 227 ~ 88 THESES # 1 - # 17 (MINI-SERIES 1 OF 4)

Tetelestai Church

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 17, 2022


PASTOR ALAN RICK KNAPP discusses the topic of Increment 227 - 88 THESES # 1 - # 17 (MINI-SERIES 1 OF 4) in his series entitled Hebrews 2020: We See Jesus. This is lesson number 227 and it focuses on Hebrews Chapters = 1 - 7.

Tetelestai Church
Hebrews 2020: We See Jesus Lesson 228 - Increment 228 ~ 88 THESES # 18 - # 44 (MINI-SERIES 2 OF 4)

Tetelestai Church

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 17, 2022


PASTOR ALAN RICK KNAPP discusses the topic of Increment 228 - 88 THESES # 18 - # 44 (MINI-SERIES 2 OF 4) in his series entitled Hebrews 2020: We See Jesus. This is lesson number 228 and it focuses on Hebrews Chapters = 1 - 7.

Daily Radio Bible Podcast
Daily Radio Bible - July 11th, 22

Daily Radio Bible Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 26:32


A SECOND ROOM AND A SECOND CHANCE Today's readings are Isaiah 11 – 14 and Hebrews 9.   We are reading through the New Living Translation. There's a second room and in it are symbols of a second chance.  That's what the writer of Hebrews is telling us.  There is the Holy Place, the first room.   But then he talks about a second room.  In that room is a box containing symbols.   In that box there is manna – a symbol of God's provision care and love. There's also a staff in the box.  It represents God's judgement, wisdom and rule.  And there are tablets.  These speak of  His law and his righteousness.  These are all symbols of kingdom life, that we were made to enjoy. These are artifacts and tokens of His kingdom. Theses symbols of the kingdom are all covered up in a box.  And the cover of the box is called the Atonement Seat.  It seems as if the vestiges of this greatly-desired kingdom are shut up from us in this box, out of reach.  Access to these sparse tokens was granted only once a year and only to one person. When that person entered this second room he offered a sacrifice of blood on that atonement seat, where these symbols of the kingdom resided.  It's almost as if he was trying to open that box and that kingdom life, by this shed blood.  He would enter that room, year after year, hoping to unlock as it were the gifts of kingdom life by sprinkling shed blood.  But the key to the lock on this box could not be opened by the shedding of the blood of calves and goats.  Opening the box and releasing the power of these kingdom symbols required a far greater sacrifice than the blood of goats and bulls.   There's only one person who can open up the treasures of this box.  God has sent his own High Priest into the second room.  He has offered his own blood on the seat of Atonement.  And with the sacrifice of his Son we are given full access into kingdom life.  Now we can know and experience His love.  We can know his judgements and wisdom in our life.  We can live righteously before him because now his Spirit resides in us and  his laws are written on our hearts.  Our champion, Christ, has gone into that second room and offered his own blood on the atonement seat.  The treasures of that box have been opened for all of us.   We no longer need to send our man in, once a year, into a second room to look at a box with scraps and tokens of a kingdom long ago, filled with failed dreams, and distant hopes.  No.  These symbols point us to what Christ has done for us, once for all time.  He has won, for anyone who believes in him, the treasures of kingdom life, here and now.   Don't live on scraps, tokens, and remnants of some distant hope.  No.  Live in the fullness of kingdom life, right here and now,  The with-God life has been won for all of us who come in faith, trusting in all He's done for us.  He went into that second room for us,  and has opened up the treasures of the kingdom.

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J Loren Norris
LEADERS CHERISH THE STORIES OF OLD BECAUSE THEY ARE OFTEN THE ROAD MAP TO FUTURE SUCCESS

J Loren Norris

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 12:23


LEADERS CHERISH THE STORIES OF OLD BECAUSE THEY ARE OFTEN THE ROAD MAP TO FUTURE SUCCESS ”There is no question, your lived experiences contain a wealth of wisdom which education alone cannot provide. The same is true of the people you lead as well as the people who you follow. Taking time to hear and learn from those stories may mean the difference between enduring a personal tragedy and averting it. Theses stories could also mean a more direct path to success and happiness which skips the detours of the tragic learning curves of life. Listen to the stories of others. Tell your story to others.” J Loren Norris Watch the video or catch the episode Leading Leaders Podcast 7-6-22: http://www.jlorennorris.com/podcast/leaders-cherish-the-stories-of-old-because-they-are-often-the-road-map-to-future-success --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/j-loren-norris/message

Sassy Lashes
Keys to Growing Your Lash Salon and Grow Your Lash Business

Sassy Lashes

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 20:15


Keys to growing your lash salon. Theses tips will help you as a lash artist accelerate and grow your lash business!

Fearlessly Failing with Lola Berry
234. Fearlessly Failing: True Crime LA with David the Medium

Fearlessly Failing with Lola Berry

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 3, 2022 53:20


Strap yourselves in for this true crime LA episode. We visit 4 iconic murder locations here in Los Angeles, we share the story of each location, and as you'll hear things come up for David relating to the murders. Some places felt really eerie and gave you the heebeegeebees, whilst others felt calm, like the energy had shifted a pinch. Here's a list of the places we visited in order: Location 1: El Coyote on Beverly Boulevard in West Hollywood, whist this wasn't an actual murder location, it's where Sharon Tate and her friends came for their last meal before they were brutally murdered by the Charles Manson cult clan on the evening of August 9th 1969. You'll hear David straight away pick up on the way she had been murdered without knowing her story. So fascinating.Location 2: The Hillside Strangers. This story is really creepy. And as youll hear, it still feels creepyFrom 1977-1978 two cousins kidnapped, raped, tortured and strangled girls. Then would load them into their car and dump their nude bodies long the LA hillsides. Super creepy. Both David and I dint like the vibes of this place, we went to the auto mobile service centre (which it still is today) which is where they took and tortured their victims.Location 3: The LaBianco residence. This husband and wife were victims of another Manson murder. This time Charles Manson was actually involved and on sight. He entered the house first; tied his victims up and told them nobody would hurt them, only that they were being robbed. He then exited the house and sent his Mason family clan upon them. The couple were brutally murdered just like the evening before at Sharon Tate's house. Theses murderers were only kids, literally in their teens.Location 4: You've heard me talk about this please before, this is the Los Feliz murder mansion. When cardiologist Harold came home one night and went for his wife with a ball pin hammer, then then moved onto his 18-year-old daughter who escaped, along with his two other kids (just 11 and 13 years old). He then went to his bathroom and took a concoction of meds and died 15 minuets later. The really spooky part of this story is that someone bought the house and left it untouched for 6 decades, rumours say you could still see Christmas presents wrapped through the windows from that December night in 1959.This episode is like nothing we've done before on Fearlessly Failing, but I must say it was so fascinating and David was wonderful, he shared so much and I felt very safe and protected with him there. If you want to learn more about David and his medium and psychic readings then check out him out:David's website here: https://www.davidthemedium.com/Insta here: https://www.instagram.com/davidthemedium/Big love from Los Angeles, Lola (and David today)Follow Lola Berry on Instagram: @yummololaberrywww.lolaberry.comwww.lolacoffee.co See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Capital A: Unauthorized Opinions on Art & Money
16. Running Naked through the Market: Bill Deresiewicz on Artists in the Digital Economy

Capital A: Unauthorized Opinions on Art & Money

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2022 73:44


How do you make a living as an artist when the big platforms price your work at zero? How do you get your big break when all the institutions that used to discover young artists have been decimated by the tech monopolies? In this episode, I talk to essayist and critic William Deresiewicz about his book, The Death of the Artist: How Creators Are Struggling to Survive in the Age of Billionaires and Big Tech. BILL'S WEBSITE billderesiewicz.com WORKS CITED -Deresiewicz, William. The Death of the Artist: How Creators Are Struggling to Survive in the Age of Billionaires and Big Tech. New York, New York: Henry Holt and Co., 2020. -Khan, Lina M. “Amazon's Antitrust Paradox.” The Yale Law Journal 126, no. 3 (January 2017). https://www.yalelawjournal.org/note/amazons-antitrust-paradox. -Davis, Ben. 9.5 Theses on Art and Class. Chicago, Illinois: Haymarket Books, 2013. -Graeber, David. Bullshit Jobs: A Theory. 1st edition. New York: Simon & Schuster, 2018. -Deresiewicz, William. “Stages of Grief: What the Pandemic Has Done to the Arts.” Harper's Magazine, May 12, 2021. https://harpers.org/archive/2021/06/stages-of-grief-what-the-pandemic-has-done-to-the-arts/. -Lanier, Jaron. “Opinion | Jaron Lanier Fixes the Internet.” The New York Times, September 23, 2019, sec. Opinion. https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2019/09/23/opinion/data-privacy-jaron-lanier.html. MUSIC -Theme music and consultation: Georgina Rossi, www.georginarossi.com -Interlude: Alban Berg, 4 Stücke for clarinet and piano, Op.5; Carol McGonnell, clarinet; Steven Beck, piano SPONSOR Capital A is sponsored by Shoestring Press in Brooklyn: www.shoestringpressny.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/capital-a/message

Fight Like An Animal
Red Sky, Black Snake: Eight Strategic Theses from Standing Rock

Fight Like An Animal

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 123:28


In celebration of the anniversary of the killing of Custer, to prepare for revolutionary efforts against the theocratic authoritarian regime which has taken over the US, and in hopes of a holy war against the forces that are destroying life on earth, Arnold describes lessons learned at, or illustrated by, the pipeline struggle of 2016-7 at Standing Rock. When moments of uprising occur, how do we gain the organization necessary for our strategies and tactics to evolve faster than those of the police? For as much as the police will inevitably surveil us, do they really have any idea what they're looking at? What is pipeline construction like? When is it time to concentrate, when is it time to disperse, and how do we coordinate diffuse conflicts? Is there an optimum of risk and difficulty for protest to progress into revolution? Are trainings, so often eschewed by more radical movement elements, the best way to organize people? These are some of the questions we ask in this episode. 

Johnny's House
No Out of the Box Dates Here!

Johnny's House

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 105:30


It's a new week and we want to know what you own WAYY too much of? Rae said she's got like 17 pairs of leggings! We get you hyped up for the work week with your hype songs. When did you have a not so great date? Theses ones were pretty bad today... We spread some joy with our What's Good segment! When did you have a convo with your kid about a topic that surprised you. Johnny's son was asking him about Roe V Wade. We end the show talking about out of the box dates that you've been on!

Johnny's House
No Out of the Box Dates Here!

Johnny's House

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 105:30


It's a new week and we want to know what you own WAYY too much of? Rae said she's got like 17 pairs of leggings! We get you hyped up for the work week with your hype songs. When did you have a not so great date? Theses ones were pretty bad today... We spread some joy with our What's Good segment! When did you have a convo with your kid about a topic that surprised you. Johnny's son was asking him about Roe V Wade. We end the show talking about out of the box dates that you've been on!

Dr. Lisa Gives a Sh*t
DLG303 Did Ben Davis's childhood give him an extra dose of objectivity when writing about art?

Dr. Lisa Gives a Sh*t

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 59:29


I start this session by blurting out to my guest, ArtNet's National Art Critic, Ben Davis, that I have an art critic crush on him because I do! And I barely know him. Ben is one of the most insightful, honest, direct and hilarious art writers I have ever read. He really stands out to me in his art writing in that he is able to place art in a cultural, economic and social context in a very articulate, comprehendible way, while somehow uniquely incorporating a great sense of humor which makes his work a pleasure to read. Let's give ArtNet a BIG SHOUTOUT too for having Ben in his role there! I dig into whether Ben sees himself they way I see him, as a bit of a rebel in the art world, and turns out Ben had an unusual childhood which I think, gives him a certain objectivity on culture. Ben grew up on a sailboat! This somehow full-on blows my my mind and I have a lot of gee wiz type questions to get to the root of Ben's perspective on the world from his unusual traveling environment growing up. Ben has just published a new book which we touch on, but mostly I implore him to describe how other art people process his writing. And then I find out about how he grew up which is awesome and not like anyone I've met. I think his upbringing has allowed him to be more objective than most but still with less cynicism than myself and many other folks—you know who you are! BEN'S WEBSITE: http://www.benadavis.com/ BEN'S NEW BOOK: Art in the After-Culture: Capitalist Crisis and Cultural Strategy https://www.haymarketbooks.org/books/1662-art-in-the-after-culture BEN"S HIGHLY ACCLAIMED PREVIOUS BOOK: 9.5 Theses on Art and Class https://www.haymarketbooks.org/books/503-9-5-theses-on-art-and-class ARTICLES THAT BEN WROTE THAT WE REFER TO IN THIS EPISODE: http://www.benadavis.com/archives/2021/3/31/i-looked-through-all-5000-images-in-beeples-69-million-magnum-opus-what-i-found-isnt-so-pretty https://news.artnet.com/art-world/madonna-beeple-2112374 https://news.artnet.com/opinion/inside-nft-rush-axie-infinity-dreamverse-alesso-2042849 https://news.artnet.com/art-world/kaws-what-party-brooklyn-museum-1948026 https://news.artnet.com/opinion/dutch-museum-nail-salon-emily-in-paris-art-2063605 https://news.artnet.com/opinion/artreview-power-100-culturetrack-superblue-merch-2045335 LISA LEVY SCOPE ART FAIR 2006: "My Kid Could Have Done That.": https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tPzvshzOgp8

Live Foreverish
Fan Favorite Replay: Clean Up Your Pantry

Live Foreverish

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 18:15


Simple tips for clean eating Your pantry is where you store all non-perishable foods. Theses foods are often full of sugar, salt, and other preservatives. On the latest episode of Live FOREVERISH, Drs. Mike and Crystal discuss foods that should be in or out of your pantry.

We The People
Free Speech Throughout World History

We The People

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 59:03


While the idea of freedom of speech may be closely associated with the American constitutional tradition under the First Amendment today, its origins go back thousands of years, and its ideals have been expressed in civilizations around the world. Joining president and CEO Jeffrey Rosen to discuss that storied history—from Martin Luther's posting his 95 Theses, to state laws regarding social media—and examine defenses of free speech are Jacob Mchangama, author of Free Speech: A History from Socrates to Social Media, and David Cole, National Legal Director of the ACLU.  Questions or comments about the show? Email us at podcast@constitutioncenter.org.  Continue today's conversation on Facebook and Twitter using @ConstitutionCtr.  Sign up to receive Constitution Weekly, our email roundup of constitutional news and debate, at bit.ly/constitutionweekly.

We the People
Free Speech Throughout World History

We the People

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 59:03


While the idea of freedom of speech may be closely associated with the American constitutional tradition under the First Amendment today, its origins go back thousands of years, and its ideals have been expressed in civilizations around the world. Joining president and CEO Jeffrey Rosen to discuss that storied history—from Martin Luther's posting his 95 Theses, to state laws regarding social media—and examine defenses of free speech are Jacob Mchangama, author of Free Speech: A History from Socrates to Social Media, and David Cole, National Legal Director of the ACLU.  Questions or comments about the show? Email us at podcast@constitutioncenter.org.  Continue today's conversation on Facebook and Twitter using @ConstitutionCtr.  Sign up to receive Constitution Weekly, our email roundup of constitutional news and debate, at bit.ly/constitutionweekly.

Sassy Lashes
3 Things We Should Have Done When Launching Our Lash Business

Sassy Lashes

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 16:58


3 Things We Should Have Done When Launching Our Lash Business are Mike and Shaunas top three lessons from growing their business from their living room to 8 figures. Theses tips will help you as a lash artist accelerate and grow your lash business!

Switched on Pop
So your song went viral on TikTok. What's next?

Switched on Pop

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 34:05 Very Popular


There's been a meme circulating: pop stars lamenting making TikTok videos that labels force them to publish. Supposedly content creator wasn't in the pop star job description. Since 2020 the short form video social media platform TikTok has utterly upended music discovery. In many cases giving unknown musicians a pathway to enormous audiences. And it's become increasingly important, especially during the pandemic, as people stare at their phones instead of flocking out to concerts. New artists seemingly come out of nowhere, suddenly bursting into mainstream with viral tick-tock hit.  This story has been reported ad nauseam, no name musician overnight gets makes a viral hit and then lands a record deal. But this phenomenon has been difficult to quantify until recently when Estelle Caswell from Vox.com and Matt Daniels from The Pudding investigated this question. Over six months they manually compile the data of who went viral, who got signed, and whose careers dropped off. In their short documentary, “We tracked what happens after TikTok songs go viral” Caswell and Daniels definitely tell us what happened to the class of viral TikTok stars from 2020.  The numbers are surprising. Though TikTok is clearly a dominant force in new music discovery, streaming music is still overwhelmingly dominated by legacy artists. Theses established acts are now completing on the same platform for eyeballs, making it ever more challenging to break out. So what happens after you go viral on TikTok? Listen to Switched On Pop to find out what happened.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

ADAPT 2030 | Mini Ice Age Conversations
(MIAC #362) Overlap of Crisis Periods How Will Theses Effect You Starting Now

ADAPT 2030 | Mini Ice Age Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2022 32:56 Very Popular


As the world slips further into instability becoming a former shell of itself, the world we grew up with, the economy, food production and transportation are leading to Tipping Points in real time.    Thank You for Visiting my Sponsors: ADAPT 2030 (PATREON) My Patriot Supply Emergency Food Kit Hemplucid True Leaf Market Heirloom and Organic Seeds ADAPT 2030 AMAZON SHOP

Christian Questions Bible Podcast
What if I'm Not Good Enough for Heaven?

Christian Questions Bible Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 30, 2022


The vast majority of Christian belief systems may have a problem. What do they do with the billions of humanity who aren't true followers of Jesus, but they aren't terrible people either? Theses billions try and live a good life by being decent and kind to one another. Many of these have not heard the name of Jesus in any meaningful way. Can we say that God will destroy them for essentially being born in the wrong time and place? That doesn't make sense! Can we say that they go to heaven when they die? That doesn't make sense either. Jesus taught us that going to heaven is a call that is difficult and requires deliberate choices. God loves humanity so much that he sent His only son Jesus as our ransom. That being the case, what does happen to those billions who are not good enough for heaven?

Left Reckoning
*TEASER* Marx Reading Series: Theses On Feuerbach (1845)

Left Reckoning

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 3:26


Get full episode here: https://www.patreon.com/posts/marx-reading-on-65865594?utm_medium=clipboard_copy&utm_source=copy_to_clipboard&utm_campaign=postshareIn the newest installment of the Marx reading series, David and Matt discuss Marx's Theses On Feuerbach, which ends with the famous contention: The philosophers have only interpreted the world, in various ways; the point is to change it. https://www.marxists.org/archive/marx/works/1845/theses/theses.htm

The Nonlinear Library
EA - A tale of 2.75 orthogonality theses by Arepo

The Nonlinear Library

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2022 21:07


Welcome to The Nonlinear Library, where we use Text-to-Speech software to convert the best writing from the Rationalist and EA communities into audio. This is: A tale of 2.75 orthogonality theses, published by Arepo on May 1, 2022 on The Effective Altruism Forum. tl;dr-tl;dr You can summarise this whole post as ‘we shouldn't confuse theoretical possibility with likelihood, let alone with theoretical certainty'. tl;dr I'm concerned that EA AI-advocates tend to equivocate between two or even three different forms of the orthogonality thesis using a motte and bailey argument, and that this is encouraged by misleading language in the two seminal papers. The motte (the trivially defensible position) is the claim that it is theoretically possible to pair almost any motivation set with high intelligence and that AI will therefore not necessarily be benign or human-friendly. The inner bailey (a nontrivial but plausible position with which it's equivocated) is the claim that there's a substantial chance that AI will be unfriendly and non-benign, and that caution is wise until we can be very confident that it won't. The outer bailey (a still less defensible position with which both are also equivocated) is the claim that we should expect almost no relationship, if any, between intelligence and motivations, and therefore that AI alignment is extremely unlikely. This switcheroo overemphasises the chance of hostile AI, and so might be causing us to overemphasise the priority of AI work. Motte: the a priori theoretical possibility thesis In the paper that introduced the term ‘orthogonality thesis', Bostrom gave a handful of arguments against a very strong relationship between intelligence and motivation, e.g. A member of an intelligent social species might also have motivations related to cooperation and competition: like us, it might show in-group loyalty, a resentment of free-riders, perhaps even a concern with reputation and appearance. By contrast, an artificial mind need not care intrinsically about any of those things, not even to the slightest degree. This seems a reasonable way of disabusing the idea that AI is obviously guaranteed to behave in ‘moral' ways: all of what we typically think of as intelligence has a common root (Earth-specific evolution), and thus could only be one branch of a much larger tree - of which we have a very biased view. This and arguments like it focus on theoretical possibility: they aim to establish the very weak thesis that almost no pairing of intelligence and motivation is logically inconsistent or ruled out by physics. But coining this argument ‘orthogonality' seems to have been a poor choice of name. ‘Orthogonality' is not normally a statistical concept, so has no natural interpretation. But by far the most upvoted comments on these two stats.stackexchange threads explicitly understand it ‘not correlated', an interpretation that would imply the much stronger outer bailey - that AI alignment is extremely unlikely. This ambiguity continues in the other prominent paper on the subject, General Purpose Intelligence: Arguing the Orthogonality Thesis, in which Stuart Amstrong argues in more depth for ‘a narrower version of the [orthogonality] thesis'. For example, Armstrong initially states that he's arguing for the thesis that ‘high-intelligence agents can exist having more or less any final goals' - ie theoretical possibility - but then adds that he will ‘be looking at proving the . still weaker thesis [that] the fact of being of high intelligence provides extremely little constraint on what final goals an agent could have' - which I think Armstrong meant as ‘there are very few impossible pairings of high intelligence and motivation', but which much more naturally reads to me as ‘high intelligence is almost equally as likely to be paired with any set of motivations as any other'. He goes on to describe a purported counterthesis to ‘orthogonality', which he labels ‘convergence', but which I would call n...

RunRunLive 4.0 - Running Podcast
Episode 4-477 – The Apocalypse – Nick Sansbury Smith

RunRunLive 4.0 - Running Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2022 51:55


The RunRunLive 4.0 Podcast Episode 4-477 – The Apocalypse – Nick Sansbury Smith  (Audio: link) audio:http://www.RunRunLive.com/PodcastEpisodes/epi4477.mp3] Link MarathonBQ – How to Qualify for the Boston Marathon in 14 Weeks - Chris' other show à Intro: Hello my friends and welcome to episode 4 477 of the RunRunLive podcast. Here we are a week after the 126th Boston Marathon.  I have no entertaining race report for you.  I didn't run.  But somehow the race managed to pull itself up and run without me.  In section one I'm going to talk about this year's Boston Marathon.  In section two I'm going to talk about how to understand and leverage the fear of loss to achieve your goals. And in today's interview I speak with triathlete and Indy author Nick Sansbury Smith.  It's a great chat.  I wanted to ask Nick how he manages to be a successful independent author and still manage to stay healthy.  Turns out he works his ass off.  I'm going to keep interviewing people until I find that one who spends 3 hours a day working and is highly successful.  I know they're out there! I've been working myself.  I think that's the real secret.  To realize you're going to get up a work everyday until you can't anymore, but to figure out how to get something out of it – so you're working on your own terms.  Spring is springing up around here.  Trees are starting to bust out.  My cherry tree and my forsythia bushes are flowering.  My blueberry bushes and raspberries are starting to bud up as well. My chives wintered over from last year.  As a matter of fact the chives have escaped into the woods and gone feral.  They're out there competing with the poison ivy for world-forest-dominance.  I'm feeling pretty healthy.  I'm back on a clean eating routine.  I am walking Ollie a mile a day in the trails and I've got a pretty good fitness routine going that I'll talk about in the outro.  One advantage of not running a marathon last weekend is that I can start working on my yard without fear of ruining my race!  This weekend I think I'll turn over the gardens if the weather stays nice.  I'm contemplating spending some, if not all of the summer down on Cape Cod in my other house.  Now that I've chased the racoon out.  So I told my wife that she can use my garden beds to plant her cut flowers.  It's good to give the vegetables a rest every few years.   I do have a fresh crop of hybrid tomatoes for this year.  I got a good germination rate.  14 out of 15 seeds are going strong under the grow lights.  It's a beautiful thing.  How are you doing?  It looks like the pandemic is winding down.  More like people just stopped worrying about it.  But, did it help you think about your priorities?  Maybe be kinder to yourself?  I wanted to talk with Nick because he is a very successful independent author.  And that's not easy.  The new world of publishing is a double edge sword.  The internet removed the old gate keepers so now anyone who wants to be a published author can do it.  No one has to give you permission.  The other side of that cutting edge is that this creates a vast, noisy soup of mediocrity the is hard to stand out in.  They freed the authors' voices and simultaneously commoditized them. And this is true of all artists in this new frame of reference.  Artists are free to create.  They are free and enabled to release their creations out into the world.  From the garage bands to dancers, everyone can take their shot.  But it's still work.  Especially if you define success as commercial success, which you don't have to, but if you do, it's now on you to create that success and differentiate from the throng.  Now we have turned our starving artists into hustlers.  Like I said, It's a double edged sword.  And you might say that this artistic Darwinism is good for everyone, the cram floats to the top.  And this is true.  But the vast middle stays stuck.  So in many ways nothing has changed.  The gate keepers are gone but the algorithms are still deciding.  I think at the end of the day you need to work in your art because you are compelled to do it.  It's answering the sirens' song – a longing within you that you don't have a choice over.  The art completes you.  The art compels you.  And in this sense there are fewer frustrated artists stuck in back offices and laundry rooms wishing their lives away.  I think it's a good thing.  I'd say it's democratic, like the original internet evangelists used to, but I think i''s more chaotic and less deterministic, which suits me. Anyhow, your assignment for the week is to go buy something from a struggling artist.  And leave a nice review.  Karma is a river and you need to inflate your raft and take it over the falls every once in awhiole. On with the show.   About Zero ZERO — The End of Prostate Cancer is the leading national nonprofit with the mission to end prostate cancer. ZERO advances research, improves the lives of men and families, and inspires action. Link to my ZERO page: (for Donations) … I'll remind you that the RunRunLive podcast is ad free and listener supported.  What does that mean? It means you don't have to listen to me trying to sound sincere about Stamps.com or Audible.. (although, fyi, my MarathonBQ book is on audible) We do have a membership option where you can become a member and as a special thank you, you will get access to member's only audio. There are book reviews, odd philosophical thoughts, zombie stories and I curate old episodes for you to listen to.  I recently added that guy who cut off is foot so he could keep training and my first call with Geoff Galloway.   “Curated” means I add some introductory comments and edit them up a bit.  So anyhow – become a member so I can keep paying my bills.   … The RunRunLive podcast is Ad Free and listener supported.  … Section one – Boston 2022 -   Voices of reason – the conversation Nicholas Sansbury Smith – Indy Writers in the Apocalypse Nicholassansburysmith.com  Nicholas Sansbury Smith is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of the Hell Divers series. His other work includes the Extinction Cycle series, the Trackers series, and the Orbs series. He worked for Iowa Homeland Security and Emergency Management in disaster planning and mitigation before switching careers to focus on his one true passion–writing. When he isn't writing or daydreaming about the apocalypse, he enjoys running, biking, spending time with his family, and traveling the world. He is an Ironman triathlete and lives in Iowa with his wife, their dogs, and a house full of books.    Section two –Fear of Loss -   Outro Ok my friends we have written our way to the end of episode 4-477 of the RunRunLive Podcast.   I have not been running still.  And the knee feels pretty good.  It's basically a 1 on a scale of 1-10.  I've got a nice cadence going.  I walk the dog a mile every day.  Which takes about 20 minutes but makes him happy.  Ollie is coming up on 3 years old and he's starting to be a bit more mellow.  He's still a bit of a velociraptor, but he gives as many hugs as bites now on average.  I ride my bike 3 days a week.  Tuesday and Thursday I go out for a mountain bike ride in the woods.  Sunday I go out for a longer ride that's a combination of road and trail.  I'm trying to get some time in the seat and build up my fitness before I start pushing.  It's also still pretty wet in the woods and as much as I don't mind working, the deep mud holes can be a bit of distraction.  I'm trying to be purposeful and get my balance and strength back before I get too aggressive.  On the off days, Monday, Wednesday, Friday I'm doing a light core workout and a 30 minute yoga for bicyclist that I really like.  Less than an hour all told, but again, consistency is the name of the game.  Baby steps. Next week I'm going to go out to Cincinnati to hang out and do the ½ marathon at the Flying Pig.  I'm not worried about run/walking the 13 miles.  I'll jut have to be careful not to hurt the knee.  Should be fun.  We'll record something.  So it's all good.  We talked about using the fear of loss and a process pact to change behavior.  I'll add one more method you can use.  We've talked about it before.  It's self-image.  If you end up in a position where your expected self-image is out of synch with your reality it causes you to be unsettled and to take action to get back into alignment with that self-image.  The easy example for me is when I start putting on too much weight.  There's no avoiding the pants that are snug.  There's no avoiding the scale.  These are the facts and they run counter to my self-image.  They cause a discordance in me that drives me to start focusing on my diet and mindfully working to re-establish that other, less lumpy, me. Same with my fitness.  It's good news bad news.  You might say it's unhealthy to tie up self-worth in your fitness level.  Maybe, but it also causes you to take corrective action when that fitness level is out of synch with my expectations for myself.  Theses are negative examples, although I would argue they result in positive action. There is a positive version of the same phenomenon.  An aspirational version.  The way this works is that you consciously start to associate yourself with a self-image of what you aspire to be.  This is where those affirmations and validations come into play.  You can starte describing yourself as the person you want to be.  If you are powerful enough about this it can create that same motivation to take actions that will put you in synch with the aspirational self-image.  Refer to yourself as “A healthy eater” or a “Fit person” enough and your brain will figure out ways to get you there. Try it.  And I'll see you out there. MarathonBQ – How to Qualify for the Boston Marathon in 14 Weeks - Rachel -> Coach Jeff ->

The Ad Fontes Podcast
Why Is Preaching Not A Sacrament?

The Ad Fontes Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2022 57:22


Why is preaching not a sacrament? That's the question this week. Onsi and Colin talk about what Protestants mean by "means of grace", look closely at some different confessions, explore the Law-Gospel distinction, and meditate on the nature of salvation and union with Christ. NOTE: most books below are linked via Bookshop.org. Any purchases you make via these links give The Davenant Institute a 10% commission, and support local bookshops against chainstores/Amazon.Currently ReadingOnsi: Objections to Descartes' Meditations and Descartes' Replies by Rene Descartes  Colin: Eudemian Ethics by Aristotle Texts DiscussedWestminster Larger Catechism, Q.154-155"Article V. Law and Gospel" in the Book of Concord"Of the Sacraments" (Institutes 4.14) by John CalvinExplanation of the 95 Theses by Martin Luther"Charles Hodge, Wrong About and the Reformed Doctrine of the Eucharistic Presence" by Steven WedgeworthSpotlight"Old Aristotle, or: How I Learned To Stop Worrying And Love Aquinas" - April Fellows Lecture, Thursday 8pm ET on Zoom

Western Civ
Episode 192: The Diet of Worms

Western Civ

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2022 52:11


Martin Luther's early Reformation built to one moment: the Diet of Worms. Held in the spring of 1521, the Diet of Worms offered Luther his first chance to lay out his faith before the Princes of Germany and the Holy Roman Emperor, Charles V. Before doing so, however, Luther wrote three crucial works that will define the early evangelical movement in Germany, the most important of which was On the Freedom of a Christian, which, theologically, is denser than his 95 Theses.  For tons more content check out the website. Become a PATON to support the show and get over one hundred additional hours of content. Sources: Martin Luther: A Life Inspired The Freedom of a Christian Martin Luther: The Man Who Rediscovered God and Changed the World  

Planet MicroCap Podcast | MicroCap Investing Strategies
Ep. 223 - Expressing Macroeconomic Theses through MicroCap Stocks with Sid Grover, Founder and Managing Partner at Canterbury Lane Holdings

Planet MicroCap Podcast | MicroCap Investing Strategies

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 20, 2022 65:53


For this episode of the Planet MicroCap Podcast, I spoke with Sid Grover, Founder and Managing Partner at Canterbury Lane Holdings. A recent guest on Planet MicroCap, when pitching Sid to be a guest on the show, said to me that he expects him to be the next Billionaire that started in the MicroCap ranks. After meeting Sid and our conversation you're about to hear, I can see why. I really enjoyed learning about Sid's approach to investing - taking a macro view of the world, and trying to express that thesis in equities. Simple concept in theory, but I learned quite a lot when trying to understand what that means and his way of answering those questions: what is going on the world economically and how do I leverage this information to make money. For more information about Canterbury Lane Holdings, please visit: https://www.canterburyln.com/ You can Follow Sid Grover on Twitter @canterbury_sid: https://twitter.com/canterbury_sid Today's episode is sponsored by: Stream by AlphaSense, an expert interview transcript library that integrates AI-generated call summaries and NLP search technology so their clients can quickly pinpoint the most critical insights. Start your FREE trial on their website: https://streamrg.co/PMC Quartr, their mission is to change the way people look at Investor Relations, and create a completely new bridge between companies and stakeholders. Visit your app store of choice to try it out, and that's Q-U-A-R-T-R. For more information, please visit: https://quartr.com/ Planet MicroCap Podcast is on YouTube! All archived episodes and each new episode will be posted on the SNN Network YouTube channel. I've provided the link in the description if you'd like to subscribe. You'll also get the chance to watch all our Video Interviews with management teams, educational panels from the conference, as well as expert commentary from some familiar guests on the podcast. Subscribe here: http://bit.ly/1Q5Yfym Click here to rate and review the Planet MicroCap Podcast The Planet MicroCap Podcast is brought to you by SNN Incorporated, publishers of www.SNN.Network, The Official MicroCap News Source, and the MicroCap Review Magazine, the leading magazine in the MicroCap market. You can Follow the Planet MicroCap Podcast on Twitter @BobbyKKraft

Haymarket Books Live
Art in the After-Culture: Capitalist Crisis & Cultural Strategy w/ Ben Davis

Haymarket Books Live

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 13, 2022 91:38


Join art critic Ben Davis and artists Julieta Aranda and Naeem Mohaiemen for a conversation about the role of art in a world on fire. It is a scary and disorienting time for art, as it is a scary and disorienting time in general. Aesthetic experience is both overshadowed by the spectacle of current events and pressed into new connection with them. The self-image of art as a social good is collapsing under the weight of capitalism's dysfunction. In his new book Art in the After-Culture, critic Ben Davis makes sense of our extreme present as an emerging "after-culture"—a culture whose forms and functions are being radically reshaped by cataclysmic events. In the face of catastrophe, he holds out hope that reckoning with the new realities of art, technology, activism, and the media, can help us weather the super-storms of the future. ”Here's to art criticism with an axe to grind.”—Boots Riley “This kaleidoscopic collection will help you see and comprehend the world anew—which is, in my book, what good art should do.”—Astra Taylor “Following in the footsteps of theorists like John Berger, Stuart Hall, and Lucy Lippard, Ben Davis is an essential guide to the politics of culture in the 21st Century.”—Trevor Paglen --------------------------------------------------------------------- Ben Davis is the author of 9.5 Theses on Art and Class, which ARTnews named one of the best art books of the decade in 2019. He has been Artnet News's National Art Critic since 2016. His writings have also been featured in The New York Times, New York Magazine, The Baffler, Jacobin, Slate, Salvage, e-Flux Journal, Frieze, and many other venues. In 2019, Harvard's Nieman Journalism Lab reported that he was one of the five most influential art critics in the United States. He lives in Brooklyn. Naeem Mohaiemen is Associate Professor of Visual Arts and Concentration Head of Photography at Columbia University, New York. His work combines photography, films, and essays to parse the many forms of utopia-dystopia (families, borders, architecture, and uprisings) in the postcolonial Muslim world(s). He is co-editor with Eszter Szakacs of the forthcoming Solidarity Must be Defended (Tranzit: Hungary, 2022). Julieta Aranda is an artist born in Mexico City, who currently lives and works between Berlin and New York. Central to Aranda's multidimensional practice are her involvement with circulation mechanisms; her interest in science-fiction, space travel, zones of friction; and her interest in the possibilities for the production of political subjectivities by way of all of the above. As a co-director of e-flux together with Anton Vidokle, Julieta Aranda has developed the projects Time/Bank, Pawnshop, and e-flux video rental, all of which started in the e-flux storefront in New York, and have traveled to many venues worldwide. Since 2008, Julieta Aranda has been the editor of e-flux journal, together with Anton Vidokle and Brian Kwan Wood. Watch the live event recording: https://youtu.be/SbwtXqwhfBc Buy books from Haymarket: www.haymarketbooks.org Follow us on Soundcloud: soundcloud.com/haymarketbooks

Trillbilly Worker's Party
Episode 243: A Couple of Bad Hombres

Trillbilly Worker's Party

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 7, 2022 84:19


This week we take a look at the hottest new publication to hit the streets since at least Martin Luther's 95 Theses. That's right, we're talking about Compact Magazine, ostensibly a collaboration between some guys with ideas. They're some bad hombres, in other words. Support us on Patreon: www.patreon.com/trillbillyworkersparty

The Bayesian Conspiracy
159 – Cryonics Concerns, and Theses On Sleep

The Bayesian Conspiracy

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 6, 2022 111:20


We address theoretical cryonics concerns, and discuss Guzey's Theses On Sleep 3:15  Cryonics Concerns 49:21  Theses On Sleep 1:23:01  LW posts 1:50:16  Thank the Patron Also mentioned: LW Cryonics Probability Estimates guide Our episode with Rudy Hoffman Lifespan podcast Limitless … Continue reading →

Common Places
21 Disputed Theses on the Subject of Religious Liberty, Dr. Bradford Littlejohn

Common Places

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 4, 2022 68:25


“21 Disputed Theses on the Subject of Religious Liberty”, Bradford Littlejohn (President, the Davenant Institute)

Stuff You Missed in History Class
Women's March on Pretoria, 1956

Stuff You Missed in History Class

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This 1956 march was a protest against pass laws that were part of South Africa's system of apartheid – and specifically the requirement that women carry passes. The protest was simultaneously part of the anti-apartheid movement in South Africa, and the movement for women's rights.  Research: "Apartheid." Gale World History Online Collection, Gale, 2021. Gale In Context: World History, link.gale.com/apps/doc/NUBLZL400705235/WHIC?u=mlin_n_melpub&sid=bookmark-WHIC&xid=a66fcd94 International Women's Day. “National Women's Day in South Africa is a powerful day for equal rights.” https://www.internationalwomensday.com/Missions/15556/National-Women-s-Day-in-South-Africa-is-a-powerful-day-for-equal-rights Akpan, Idara . “The 1956 Women's March in Pretoria.” South African History Online. https://www.sahistory.org.za/article/1956-womens-march-pretoria South African History Online. “The 1956 Women's March, Pretoria, 9 August.” https://www.sahistory.org.za/article/1956-womens-march-pretoria-9-august Pan Africanism Today Secretariat. “The lessons of South Africa's 1956 Women's March resonate to this day.” 8/9/2020. https://peoplesdispatch.org/2020/08/09/the-lessons-of-south-africas-1956-womens-march-resonate-to-this-day/ Ogola, Esther. “South Africa: The icons behind the 1956 women's march.” BBC. https://www.bbc.com/news/av/world-africa-55106942 Till, Christopher. “Our Triumphs and Our Tears: Women's Struggles in 20th Century South Africa.” Apartheid Museum. https://www.apartheidmuseum.org/uploads/files/Our-Triumphs-and-Our-Tears.pdf Lenser, Amber Michelle, "The South African Women's Movement: The Roles of Feminism and Multiracial Cooperation in the Struggle for Women's Rights" (2019). Theses and Dissertations. 3397. https://scholarworks.uark.edu/etd/3397 South African History Online. “Women's Charter.” https://www.sahistory.org.za/article/womens-charter See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

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CIP 046. Discover and Destroy Limiting Beliefs: Martin Luther Triggers the Reformation, Forever Altering the Course of History and the Power of Leaders Around the World

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Martin Luther changed the course of human history in 1517 when he nailed his 95 Theses to the door of the All Saints' Church. But Luther's bold move and revolutionary stand was not without grave risks, including the distinct possibility of being burned alive. But what enabled such a humble, scholarly, and deeply religious Augustinian monk and theology professor to take such a bold, irrevocable stand against the mighty Roman Catholic Church? Listen in and learn what gave Luther the power to change the world.