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    The Slow Ride: A Cycling Podcast
    Sunday Stroll: Annual American Flyers Rewatch

    The Slow Ride: A Cycling Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 37:21


    It's the American 4th of July again, and that can only mean one thing: Tradition. It's time for our annual re-watch and discussion about American Flyers, the 1985 cycling classic staring Kevin Costner, David Grant, Rae Dawn Chong, Alexandra Paul and everyone's favorite cycling baddie Luca Bercovici. Let's hurt a little! Acknowledgements: Thank you to Wisconsin State University for the grant to do this project. Special thanks to Til Death Do Us Blart for the inspiration to create this annual show within a show. Thanks to Lance Romance for the intro and outro music used for this show. Check them out:  https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Lance_Romance/Session_On_Devils_Day/Whistle_Synth

    Moments of Grace
    Episode 982: Who is this Jesus?

    Moments of Grace

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 6:42


    ONE FM 91.3's Glenn and The Flying Dutchman
    Contactless Traffic Light Crossings

    ONE FM 91.3's Glenn and The Flying Dutchman

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 88:23


    On The BIG Show today, we chatted about the Tradition of Marrying an Alligator, Contactless ‘Buttons' at Traffic Lights and Drinking Water that is made up of the Sun and Air! Tune in to The BIG Show weekdays from 6am - 10am, for your daily dose of unadulterated fun and wit, on ONE FM 91.3! Connect with us on Instagram: @onefm913 @glennn @angeliqueteo @fdonefm @shaun_tupaz Don't forget to support our other podcast - Angel's - "The Land Before Bed Time" Shaun's - "Send Help and Coffee" See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    Faith Producers International Podcast
    THE BLANK SLATE #48/ THE SUNDAY NIGHT BLESSING WITH DR GEORGE WATKINS

    Faith Producers International Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 3, 2022 25:14


    The blank slate. God said in the Scriptures that he would write his laws in our hearts. So how does that translate to our daily lifestyle of following Christ? What does it mean to have the laws of God written in your heart? In reality, we do not act out of our minds by reason or thinking; we operate out of our hearts. That sounds so odd and unusual in our society because of the strong emphasis on educating the brain. The results have given us a generation of people who exhibit selfish and harmless activities void of heart, passion, and purpose.  When the scriptures tell us that "as a man thinketh in his heart, so is he, "it is not referring to a metaphor of some kind, and it is speaking of the actual human response to life which proceeds out of the hearts of the human. As young Christians, we sang the song "come into my heart Lord Jesus come in today, come in to stay, come into my heart or Jesus." So if God writes his laws on our hearts, there must be room for them to be written. When the heart is filled with man's ways, there is no way for God to begin to apply the truth of the kingdom of God to that man.  If the laws of God, i.e., the revelation of Jesus Christ as Lord, are applied to a heart filled with man's ways, it becomes religion. Every religion is Spond out of someone trying to apply the revelation of the kingdom of God through Jesus Christ over their own perceived ideas of life and eternity. So we must have a blank slate of hearts ready to receive the complete revelation of grace applied through the blood of Jesus Christ. How do we prepare our heart so that it may receive a pure revelation of Jesus? It's the simple act of believing and repenting. Believing is an active submission that cleans the heart to receive. Repentance is the process of a man shedding his opinion of himself being the ruler of his own life and changing his mind to that fact. Tradition calls that salvation. I call it a clean slate. Now God can write His law on my heart. YOU CAN GIVE HERE=http://www.georgewatkinsministries.com/help-us.html WEBSITE= http://www.georgewatkinsministries.com/home-page.html FACEBOOK=https://www.facebook.com/FaithProducerstv/ Faith Producers address: PO Bx 1006 Mt Vernon, WA 98273 FAITH PRODUCES AN INTERNATIONAL PODCAST https://faithproducers.podbean.com/

    Die Blaue Stunde | radioeins
    Ausflug zum Besucherbergwerk F60

    Die Blaue Stunde | radioeins

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 3, 2022 72:23


    Heute lassen Serdar und Jürgen eine alte Tradition aufleben. In der letzten Blauen Stunde vor der Sommerpause machen die beiden nämlich wieder einen Ausflug. Diesmal sind sie unterwegs in die Niederlausitz, genauer in den Ort Lichterfeld. Dort befindet sich das Besucherbergwerk F60. Die beiden schauen sich eine Original-Abraumförderbrücke an, die bis in die 90er Jahre im Braunkohle-Tagebau eingesetzt war. Die Dimensionen sind riesig, denn die F60 ist mehrere Hundert Meter breit und bis zu 80 Meter hoch. Mal sehen, wie es den beiden geht, wenn sie sich in luftiger Höhe den Wind um die Nase wehen lassen.

    History of South Africa podcast
    Episode 73 – Shaka overwhelmes the Qwabe and the British upend the trekboer Loan Farm tradition

    History of South Africa podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 3, 2022 24:21


    So, in 1817, Shaka had been forced to flee his home as Zwide's Ndwandwe attacked repeatedly – and he found himself south of the Thukela. He needed to forge a stronger relationship with the people to the north, and in particular the Qwabe who were found south of Umhlatuzi river, near his mother's clan, the Langeni. What doomed Phakathwayo was the fact that his older brothers were gumbling about their treatment – he'd scuffled with his brother Nomo – while their father Khondlo was still alive. Nomo was the heir designate, but Nomo's mother was an Mthethwa, not a full-blooded Qwabe. The Qwabe powers that be thought this disqualified Nomo. He duly headed off to Dingiswayo of the Mthethwa for help, although their first impi was defeated by Phakathwayo. Shaka was lurking by now, and some Qwabe had crossed over to join him, recognizing a powerful man in the making I guess. One was Sophane kaMcinci and the other was Nqetho kaMcinci – both khonza'd Shaka just before Phakathwayo was to face his sternest test. Right now, we need to swing back to the Cape. We left off in 1812, with the British Governor Sir John Cradock having used the Boers to great effect and subdued the Albany amaXhosa. He had named the new town of Grahamstown after his military steamroller, Lieutenant colonel John Graham. Both men had happily sent the trekboers as their shock troops to rid the Albany thickets of the amaXhosa and rebellious Khoekhoe. Jacob Cuyler, the Uitenhage landdrost, had taken to appreciating the Boers hard life, and had changed his view from calling them “a set of vagabonds and murderers…” to embracing their world view.

    Moments of Grace
    Episode 980: Psalm 54 moves us

    Moments of Grace

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2022 9:11


    Today, Pastor Al Dagel blesses us with a look at Psalm 54, which also takes us to other portions of Scripture, showing the unity of God's Word, the Bible.

    Moments of Grace
    Episode 980: Psalm 54 moves us

    Moments of Grace

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2022 9:11


    Today, Pastor Al Dagel blesses us with a look at Psalm 54, which also takes us to other portions of Scripture, showing the unity of God's Word, the Bible.

    Sportsmen's Nation - Big Game | Western Hunting
    Houndsman XP - Living Simple; Living Free

    Sportsmen's Nation - Big Game | Western Hunting

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 103:09


    Tradition is what being a Houndsman is all about. What we do with our hounds is one of the oldest forms of hunting known to man. In that same vein, most houndsmen long to be left alone to live a simple and free life. In these unprecedented times of high fuel prices, threats to food supply chains, energy blackouts and inflation; houndsmen will survive.John Bolin returns to the Houndsman XP podcast for a conversation that discusses traditional and self sustaining lifestyles. John has toured extensively across the country, meeting folks who live the life of self sustainment from homesteaders to backyard grdeners. Chris and John tell some old stories about growing up in a different era and how they live now to ensure a thriving future, regardless of the current economic and political climates. Sponsors:cajunlights.comhavochuntingsupply.comwww.timetogowild.comwww.wall2wallfab.comwww.joypetfood.comwww.shopbriarcreek.comwww.dogsrtreed.comwww.freedomhunters.orgwww.roughcutcompany.com

    Houndsman XP
    Living Simple; Living Free

    Houndsman XP

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 103:09


    Tradition is what being a Houndsman is all about. What we do with our hounds is one of the oldest forms of hunting known to man. In that same vein, most houndsmen long to be left alone to live a simple and free life. In these unprecedented times of high fuel prices, threats to food supply chains, energy blackouts and inflation; houndsmen will survive.John Bolin returns to the Houndsman XP podcast for a conversation that discusses traditional and self sustaining lifestyles. John has toured extensively across the country, meeting folks who live the life of self sustainment from homesteaders to backyard grdeners. Chris and John tell some old stories about growing up in a different era and how they live now to ensure a thriving future, regardless of the current economic and political climates. Sponsors:cajunlights.comhavochuntingsupply.comwww.timetogowild.comwww.wall2wallfab.comwww.joypetfood.comwww.shopbriarcreek.comwww.dogsrtreed.comwww.freedomhunters.orgwww.roughcutcompany.com

    Sportsmen's Nation - Whitetail Hunting
    Houndsman XP - Living Simple; Living Free

    Sportsmen's Nation - Whitetail Hunting

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 104:09


    Tradition is what being a Houndsman is all about. What we do with our hounds is one of the oldest forms of hunting known to man. In that same vein, most houndsmen long to be left alone to live a simple and free life. In these unprecedented times of high fuel prices, threats to food supply chains, energy blackouts and inflation; houndsmen will survive. John Bolin returns to the Houndsman XP podcast for a conversation that discusses traditional and self sustaining lifestyles. John has toured extensively across the country, meeting folks who live the life of self sustainment from homesteaders to backyard grdeners. Chris and John tell some old stories about growing up in a different era and how they live now to ensure a thriving future, regardless of the current economic and political climates.  Sponsors: cajunlights.com havochuntingsupply.com www.timetogowild.com www.wall2wallfab.com www.joypetfood.com www.shopbriarcreek.com www.dogsrtreed.com www.freedomhunters.org www.roughcutcompany.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    Gedanken zum Tag
    Eine unsinnige Zukunft?

    Gedanken zum Tag

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 1:28


    Asterix und Obelix stehen in der großen Tradition von historischen Werken, die über den Umweg in die Vergangenheit ihre eigene Zeit beschreiben. Entnommen aus: Philipp Blom "Das große Welttheater. Von der Macht der Vorstellungskraft in Zeiten des Umbruchs", Zsolnay Verlag, Wien 2020

    Moments of Grace
    Episode 979: How to be used

    Moments of Grace

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 6:09


    In today's episode of Moments of Grace, Pastor Al Dagel point out what it takes for believers to be completely usable! 

    Moments of Grace
    Episode 979: How to be used

    Moments of Grace

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 6:09


    In today's episode of Moments of Grace, Pastor Al Dagel point out what it takes for believers to be completely usable! 

    Moments of Grace
    Episode 978: By faith, not sight

    Moments of Grace

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 7:23


    This is some basic teaching about faith brought by Paul and assisted by Pastor Al Dagel. 

    Moments of Grace
    Episode 978: By faith, not sight

    Moments of Grace

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 7:23


    This is some basic teaching about faith brought by Paul and assisted by Pastor Al Dagel. 

    Black Scot Pod
    Breaking Free From Tradition Ft Stephenson Ardern-Sodje (The Lion King )

    Black Scot Pod

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 52:02


    So excited for you all to watch our latest A.V. Club interview with non-other than the MANE man himself.... Stephenson Ardern-Sodje, a.k.a Simba in Disneys The Lion King musical!This was such an interesting and fun conversation, we hope you love this interview with Stephenson as much as we enjoyed chatting with him!Check out https://thelionking.co.uk/tour/ to catch a show near you!Recommendations for this week:Love Island, ITVFairy Tale, FunimationFirst KillAnd don't forget to subscribe to Dracula Daily and catch Stephenson @stephenson_ltd on insta and twitter!**Launched due to a lack of Black Scottish voices in mainstream media, Suzie and Shirley share their experiences of growing up in Scotland, and discuss pop-culture, current events, and everything in-between with a bit of banter on the side! @blackscotpod on your preferred socials Hosts: @suziemwanza & @_shirleymcpherson_Leave a review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify and wherever you get your podcasts!Get in touch at blackscotpod@gmail.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

    Sports Curious
    The Independence Day Tradition That Makes Us Want To Puke

    Sports Curious

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 5:00


    After fireworks and listening to Whitney Houston's rendition of the National Anthem on repeat, this is our favorite 4th of July tradition. For the transcript of this podcast or links to any additional information mentioned today visit: lastnightsgame.com/podcast/2022-hot-dog-eating-contest Sports Curious, presented by Last Night's Game, is here to take the awkward out of the conversation and help you join the sports conversation, even if you don't know the first thing about sports. We break down what's happening in sports in an easy-to-understand, fun way without all of the statistics and jargon, so you never have to exit stage left when the chatter at the office, dinner table or networking event switches to sports. You can always catch us between podcasts at www.lastnightsgame.com or on social media. If you love us, make sure to leave us a review wherever you listen to your podcasts.

    New Books in Medicine
    Claire L. Wendland, "Partial Stories: Maternal Death from Six Angles" (U Chicago Press, 2022)

    New Books in Medicine

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 53:57


    A close look at stories of maternal death in Malawi that considers their implications in the broader arena of medical knowledge. By the early twenty-first century, about one woman in twelve could expect to die of a pregnancy or childbirth complication in Malawi. Specific deaths became object lessons. Explanatory stories circulated through hospitals and villages, proliferating among a range of practitioners: nurse-midwives, traditional birth attendants, doctors, epidemiologists, herbalists. Was biology to blame? Economic underdevelopment? Immoral behavior? Tradition? Were the dead themselves at fault? In Partial Stories: Maternal Death from Six Angles (U Chicago Press, 2022), Claire L. Wendland considers these explanations for maternal death, showing how they reflect competing visions of the past and shared concerns about social change. Drawing on extended fieldwork, Wendland reveals how efforts to legitimate a single story as the authoritative version can render care more dangerous than it might otherwise be. Historical, biological, technological, ethical, statistical, and political perspectives on death usually circulate in different expert communities and different bodies of literature. Here, Wendland considers them together, illuminating dilemmas of maternity care in contexts of acute change, chronic scarcity, and endemic inequity within Malawi and beyond. Rachel Pagones is an acupuncturist, educator, and author based in Cambridge, England. Her book, Acupuncture as Revolution: Suffering, Liberation, and Love (Brevis Press) was published in 2021. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/medicine

    New Books in Gender Studies
    Claire L. Wendland, "Partial Stories: Maternal Death from Six Angles" (U Chicago Press, 2022)

    New Books in Gender Studies

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 53:57


    A close look at stories of maternal death in Malawi that considers their implications in the broader arena of medical knowledge. By the early twenty-first century, about one woman in twelve could expect to die of a pregnancy or childbirth complication in Malawi. Specific deaths became object lessons. Explanatory stories circulated through hospitals and villages, proliferating among a range of practitioners: nurse-midwives, traditional birth attendants, doctors, epidemiologists, herbalists. Was biology to blame? Economic underdevelopment? Immoral behavior? Tradition? Were the dead themselves at fault? In Partial Stories: Maternal Death from Six Angles (U Chicago Press, 2022), Claire L. Wendland considers these explanations for maternal death, showing how they reflect competing visions of the past and shared concerns about social change. Drawing on extended fieldwork, Wendland reveals how efforts to legitimate a single story as the authoritative version can render care more dangerous than it might otherwise be. Historical, biological, technological, ethical, statistical, and political perspectives on death usually circulate in different expert communities and different bodies of literature. Here, Wendland considers them together, illuminating dilemmas of maternity care in contexts of acute change, chronic scarcity, and endemic inequity within Malawi and beyond. Rachel Pagones is an acupuncturist, educator, and author based in Cambridge, England. Her book, Acupuncture as Revolution: Suffering, Liberation, and Love (Brevis Press) was published in 2021. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/gender-studies

    New Books in Anthropology
    Claire L. Wendland, "Partial Stories: Maternal Death from Six Angles" (U Chicago Press, 2022)

    New Books in Anthropology

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 53:57


    A close look at stories of maternal death in Malawi that considers their implications in the broader arena of medical knowledge. By the early twenty-first century, about one woman in twelve could expect to die of a pregnancy or childbirth complication in Malawi. Specific deaths became object lessons. Explanatory stories circulated through hospitals and villages, proliferating among a range of practitioners: nurse-midwives, traditional birth attendants, doctors, epidemiologists, herbalists. Was biology to blame? Economic underdevelopment? Immoral behavior? Tradition? Were the dead themselves at fault? In Partial Stories: Maternal Death from Six Angles (U Chicago Press, 2022), Claire L. Wendland considers these explanations for maternal death, showing how they reflect competing visions of the past and shared concerns about social change. Drawing on extended fieldwork, Wendland reveals how efforts to legitimate a single story as the authoritative version can render care more dangerous than it might otherwise be. Historical, biological, technological, ethical, statistical, and political perspectives on death usually circulate in different expert communities and different bodies of literature. Here, Wendland considers them together, illuminating dilemmas of maternity care in contexts of acute change, chronic scarcity, and endemic inequity within Malawi and beyond. Rachel Pagones is an acupuncturist, educator, and author based in Cambridge, England. Her book, Acupuncture as Revolution: Suffering, Liberation, and Love (Brevis Press) was published in 2021. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/anthropology

    New Books Network
    Claire L. Wendland, "Partial Stories: Maternal Death from Six Angles" (U Chicago Press, 2022)

    New Books Network

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 53:57


    A close look at stories of maternal death in Malawi that considers their implications in the broader arena of medical knowledge. By the early twenty-first century, about one woman in twelve could expect to die of a pregnancy or childbirth complication in Malawi. Specific deaths became object lessons. Explanatory stories circulated through hospitals and villages, proliferating among a range of practitioners: nurse-midwives, traditional birth attendants, doctors, epidemiologists, herbalists. Was biology to blame? Economic underdevelopment? Immoral behavior? Tradition? Were the dead themselves at fault? In Partial Stories: Maternal Death from Six Angles (U Chicago Press, 2022), Claire L. Wendland considers these explanations for maternal death, showing how they reflect competing visions of the past and shared concerns about social change. Drawing on extended fieldwork, Wendland reveals how efforts to legitimate a single story as the authoritative version can render care more dangerous than it might otherwise be. Historical, biological, technological, ethical, statistical, and political perspectives on death usually circulate in different expert communities and different bodies of literature. Here, Wendland considers them together, illuminating dilemmas of maternity care in contexts of acute change, chronic scarcity, and endemic inequity within Malawi and beyond. Rachel Pagones is an acupuncturist, educator, and author based in Cambridge, England. Her book, Acupuncture as Revolution: Suffering, Liberation, and Love (Brevis Press) was published in 2021. 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 African Studies
    Claire L. Wendland, "Partial Stories: Maternal Death from Six Angles" (U Chicago Press, 2022)

    New Books in African Studies

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 53:57


    A close look at stories of maternal death in Malawi that considers their implications in the broader arena of medical knowledge. By the early twenty-first century, about one woman in twelve could expect to die of a pregnancy or childbirth complication in Malawi. Specific deaths became object lessons. Explanatory stories circulated through hospitals and villages, proliferating among a range of practitioners: nurse-midwives, traditional birth attendants, doctors, epidemiologists, herbalists. Was biology to blame? Economic underdevelopment? Immoral behavior? Tradition? Were the dead themselves at fault? In Partial Stories: Maternal Death from Six Angles (U Chicago Press, 2022), Claire L. Wendland considers these explanations for maternal death, showing how they reflect competing visions of the past and shared concerns about social change. Drawing on extended fieldwork, Wendland reveals how efforts to legitimate a single story as the authoritative version can render care more dangerous than it might otherwise be. Historical, biological, technological, ethical, statistical, and political perspectives on death usually circulate in different expert communities and different bodies of literature. Here, Wendland considers them together, illuminating dilemmas of maternity care in contexts of acute change, chronic scarcity, and endemic inequity within Malawi and beyond. Rachel Pagones is an acupuncturist, educator, and author based in Cambridge, England. Her book, Acupuncture as Revolution: Suffering, Liberation, and Love (Brevis Press) was published in 2021. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/african-studies

    Moments of Grace
    Episode 977: As you are going

    Moments of Grace

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 7:08


    Be ready to receive your marching orders, as Pastor Al Dagel points each of us just to our Commander and King.

    Moments of Grace
    Episode 977: As you are going

    Moments of Grace

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 7:08


    Be ready to receive your marching orders, as Pastor Al Dagel points each of us just to our Commander and King.

    The Anonymous Podcast
    Guiding Principles Study - Part Forty-Two "Tradition Five (part three)..."

    The Anonymous Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 58:55


    This is a study and commentary of the Guiding Principles book within Narcotics Anonymous. We invite you to come along this journey with us. Please get your book, a highlighter, and a pen/pencil. This episode begins on Page 86 “We get the message...”

    Revolution Annapolis
    6.11.22 - In the Tradition of Abraham (Kenny Camacho)

    Revolution Annapolis

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022


    SCRIPTURE: Galatians 3.1-4.7“The big story God has been telling remains the same: He wants to be known in the world. He wants to set a people apart for himself for that very purpose! But what makes those people set apart cannot be their purity, it must be His generosity. He sets prisoners free: that's what God's love looks like. That's what His love does. We embody that Good News when we live in freedom.”REFLECTION/DISCUSSION QUESTIONS:Take a moment to try and summarize some of the things we've learned about the letter to the Galatians so far: what would you say is the “big idea” here? What has stood out to you? What might God be trying to say to us?Why do you think God is committed to creating a “people set apart”? What's the purpose?Kenny used the analogy of our church softball team to talk about two ways of thinking about being set apart: we can be ‘set apart' as an example of the values of our church… or we can be ‘set apart' as a way of judging or condemning the values of others. What's the difference between the two? Which is closer to the heart of what you believe about God?What does the Law reveal to us about ourselves? Why is it so important to Paul for the Galatians to see the Good News as freedom? Paul describes the Holy Spirit as the Answer to the dilemma of the Law: how can we make listening to the Holy Spirit a more consistent practice in our lives? How can we do this in a way that is rooted in love and joy rather than legalism?

    Deep In Tradition
    Deep In Tradition 2022-06-28

    Deep In Tradition

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 122:03


    Deep In Tradition, June 28, 2022WMMT 89.7, Mountain Community RadioWhitesburg, KY

    18Forty Podcast
    Malka Simkovich: The Mystery of the Jewish People [Rationality 3/4]

    18Forty Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 86:02


    In this episode of the 18Forty Podcast, we talk to Dr. Malka Simkovich, Crown-Ryan Chair of Jewish Studies and director of the Catholic-Jewish Studies program at Catholic Theological Union in Chicago, about Second Temple Judaism and how it can help us understand what it means to be a Jew in our own time. Dr. Simkovich explores the significance of belief and observance over the history of the Jewish people. •What is the role of mystery in how we understand covenant and chosenness?•What is the relationship between religious life in the ancient world and the Jewish practice we know today? •How does belief facilitate the continuity of the Jewish tradition throughout time? Tune in to hear a conversation about the history and mystery of the Jewish nation.Interview begins at 27:40Dr. Malka Simkovich is the Crown-Ryan Chair of Jewish Studies and director of the Catholic-Jewish Studies program at Catholic Theological Union in Chicago. She earned a doctoral degree in Second Temple and Rabbinic Judaism from Brandeis University and a Masters degree in Hebrew Bible from Harvard University. She is the author of The Making of Jewish Universalism: From Exile to Alexandria (2016), and Discovering Second Temple Literature: The Scriptures and Stories That Shaped Early Judaism (2018). References:The Formation of the Talmud: Scholarship and Politics in Yitzhak Isaac Halevy's Dorot Harishonim by Ari BergmannIntroduction to the Mishnah by MaimonidesHow Do We Know This?: Midrash and the Fragmentation of Modern Judaism by Jay M. HarrisFrom Text to Tradition, A History of Second Temple and Rabbinic Judaism by Lawrence H. SchiffmanStrauss, Spinoza & Sinai: Orthodox Judaism and Modern Questions of Faith edited by Jeffrey Bloom, Alec Goldstein, and Gil StudentResponse to Michael Wyschogrod by David NovakThe Making of Jewish Universalism: From Exile to Alexandria by Malka Z. SimkovichDiscovering Second Temple Literature: The Scriptures and Stories That Shaped Early Judaism by Malka Z. Simkovich Heritage and Hellenism: The Reinvention of Jewish Tradition by Erich S. GruenDiaspora: Jews amidst Greeks and Romans by Erich S. Gruen

    Friends In Recovery - Addiction Recovery Podcast
    AA Tradition 6 – With Carl and Ed

    Friends In Recovery - Addiction Recovery Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 45:38


    AA Tradition 6 – With Carl and Ed An A.A. group ought never endorse, finance, or lend the A.A. name to any related facility or outside enterprise, lest problems of money, property, and prestige divert us from our primary purpose. ----- Please check out the FIR Adventures group on FB for more info or reach out to edc@genesishouse.net Register for the free Friends in Recovery Virtual Support Meetings: Join our community on Facebook: www.facebook.com/groups/friendsinrecoverycommunityofsupport/ --  The Friends in Recovery Podcast is powered by your Likes, Follows, Subscribes, and Shares!  Podbean: https://addictionrecovery.podbean.com/  Facebook: www.facebook.com/friendsinrecoverypodcast/  Facebook FIR ADVENTURES: https://www.facebook.com/groups/715012022517575 Website: www.genesishouse.net/podcasts/friends-in-recovery/  There are many ways to help someone that is suffering from addiction. There are professionals here to help you from staging an intervention to getting counseling as a family member and anything in between. If you or a loved one needs help, reach out to our panel at help@friendsinrecoverypodcast.com. Inquiries and interested speakers can reach us at help@friendsinrecoverypodcast.com.  F.I.R.E.  P.O. BOX 1551  John's Island,  South Carolina 29457  

    Science + God with Dr. G
    Journey #111 - Is Tradition the Enemy of Progress?

    Science + God with Dr. G

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 18:38


    Out with the old, in with the new. Right? On this journey Dr. G takes a hard look at where exactly scientific "progress" has taken us. Are we better off? Worse off? Do we have a choice? Can we stop progress? Should we stop progress? These are just some of the pressing questions our society faces ... and that Dr. G tackles. Dr. G wants to hear from you! So join the conversation with him and your fellow travelers now on his FACEBOOK PAGE. Or email Dr. G directly by clicking HERE. ORDER DR. G's NEWEST BOOK! Believing is Seeing. * Tyndale * Books-A-Million * ChristianBook * Amazon * Barnes & Noble Science+God sponsored in part by Dwell Bible App. Save 30% off Dwell for Life at DwellApp.io/drg.

    For the Love of Yoga with Nish the Fish
    The 9 Types of Tantrik Awakening

    For the Love of Yoga with Nish the Fish

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 90:08


    What is it that turns someone away from the shallow, fleeting pleasures of the world and towards genuine spiritual life? Obviously, it is grace. Abinava Gupta, in his masterwork, Tantraloka takes up the very nuanced work of articulating the science of Grace: how did this Grace come about and who is "worthy" of receiving it? Are there practices you can do to invite this grace? And where does this grace come from and why? All these questions are taken up and brilliantly answered in Chapter 13 of Abinava's Tantraloka and in this lecture we sketch out his reasoning so that we can truly understand the Tantrik doctrine of Shaktipata (Descent of Power/Grace/Sudden Awakening). From our discussion of Shaktipata, we learn the 9 different "grades" of awakening which sheds light on Chapter 2 of the Tantraloka, on Anupaya (The Wayless Way) which consequently contextualizes the Anava Upaya we get in Chapter 5 and onwards.If any of the above discussions on the practice and theory of Tantra are exciting to you, you should know that we do a weekly live class every on zoom every Thursday at 7:30pm PST on the Vijnana-Bhairava Tantra, the central practice manual of non-dual Tantra. In these classes, we discuss together some of the subtlest nuances of our Tradition. All are welcome. You can sign up for these classes by clicking on my name and reserving your spot in the Yoga World Heart website here: https://yogaworldheart.com/scheduleYou can of course access all the previously recorded classes in our lecture library here: www.patreon.com/yogawithnish or pick up this introductory program: https://nishthefish.gumroad.com/l/journeyintotantra(PS: Right now, I'm working on a shorter introductory Tantra program that is not as in-depth, thorough and long as the one linked above. Kind of like a crash course on Tantra. By Mother's grace, I expect to have that one out by our next newsletter!)Support the show

    Jesse Lee Peterson Radio Show
    6/27/22 Monday, Hour 3: Sex Strike Ladies Accidentally Return to Tradition!

    Jesse Lee Peterson Radio Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 60:00


    Sex strike!...; ladies are talking about a sex strike due to the Roe V Wade abortion. Companies paying for aborsh?...; 'cause it's cheaper than parental paid leave! Kenneth from NY speaks on Maxine Waters. Cameron from Virginia speaks on the roe v wade victory for whites. Phillip from Missouri says its not her body her choice. — Panicked crowds were scared of fireworks at the pride parade…; JT from Alabama Art from Ohio

    Maine Calling
    The history of Maine women working on the seas and waterfront—and today's women carrying on the tradition

    Maine Calling

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 50:49


    The history of Maine women working on the seas and waterfront—and today's women carrying on the tradition

    Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society
    20/06/22: Samuel Scheffler on Partiality, Deference, and Engagement

    Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 51:43


    The partiality we display, insofar as we form and sustain personal attachments, is not normatively fundamental. It is a byproduct of the deference and responsiveness that are essential to our engagement with the world. We cannot form and sustain valuable personal relationships without seeing ourselves as answerable to the other participants in those relationships. And we cannot develop and sustain valuable projects without responding to the constraints imposed on our activities by the nature and requirements of those projects themselves. More generally, we cannot engage with the world without meeting it on its terms, and we cannot meet the world on its terms without responding differentially – or displaying partiality – with respect to the objects of our engagement. Partiality is thus a byproduct of engagement. We cannot engage with the world at all without exhibiting forms of partiality. Samuel Scheffler is University Professor in the Department of Philosophy at NYU. He works primarily in the areas of moral and political philosophy and the theory of value. His writings have addressed central questions in ethical theory, and he has also written on topics as diverse as equality, nationalism and cosmopolitanism, toleration, terrorism, immigration, tradition, death, and the future of humanity. Scheffler received his A.B. from Harvard and his Ph.D. from Princeton. From 1977-2008 he taught at the University of California, Berkeley. He is the author of six books: The Rejection of Consequentialism, Human Morality, Boundaries and Allegiances, Equality and Tradition, Death and the Afterlife (Niko Kolodny ed.), and Why Worry about Future Generations? He has received fellowships from the Guggenheim Foundation and the U.S. National Endowment for the Humanities, and he has been a Visiting Fellow of All Souls College, Oxford. His first book was awarded the Matchette Prize of the American Philosophical Association. He is a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, a member of the Royal Norwegian Society of Sciences and Letters, and a foreign member of the Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters. He is currently at work on a book (tentatively) titled The Lives We Lead: Personal Attachment and the Passage of Time. This podcast is an audio recording of Dr Scheffler's talk - "Partiality, Deference, and Engagement" - at the Aristotelian Society on 20th June 2022. This recording was produced by the Backdoor Broadcasting Company.

    Marketing Yoga with Confidence
    Ep. 153: CARE SERIES: Caring for the tradition of yoga in your marketing with Ravi Jaishankar

    Marketing Yoga with Confidence

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 38:12


    As a yoga teacher who cares deeply for yoga, I know you want to honor this tradition in your offerings as well as in your marketing. My guest, Ravi Jaishankar, is here to share on this topic and you will walk away with a better understanding of how you can approach marketing in a way that better honors yoga. We talk through tactical ways you can do this as well as resources for additional learning on this topic. All resources are linked at amandamckinney.com/podcast

    Moments of Grace
    Episode 974: Contrast

    Moments of Grace

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 7:35


    Some accounts of decisions are as different as night and day.  Listen, as Pastor Al Dagel brings us some contrasting responses from God's Word.

    Earth Ancients
    Rafael Eissmann: Forgotten Civilizations of South America

    Earth Ancients

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 105:42


    Rafael Videla Eissmann (Chile, 1979) is a historian graduated from UniversidadCatólica de Chile. He has developed numerous anthropological and ethno-historical investigations on pre-Hispanic America, focusing his studies onmythology and symbols.Rafael is a member of the Berchtesgaden-based Privatinstitut fürWelteislehre (“Private Institute of Glacial Cosmogony”), of РОИПА (“RussianSociety for the Study of Atlantis”) and of the Italian cultural association AkakorGeographical Exploring.Among his main books are Crónica de la Montaña de Melimoyu (“Chronicle ofthe Mountain of Melimoyu”, 2003), Roberto Rengifo y el Secreto de la AméricaAborigen (“Roberto Rengifo and the Secret of Aboriginal America”, 2007), LaCosmogonía Glacial de Hörbiger y la Doctrina del Hielo Universal (“Hörbiger'sGlacial Cosmogony and the Universal Ice Doctrine”, 2007), El Diluvio y losgigantes. Mitos de Chile a la luz de la Cosmogonía Glacial (“The Deluge andthe Giants. Myths of Chile in the Light of Glacial Cosmogony”, 2010), Símbolosrúnicos en América. Con un prólogo de Vicente Pistilli (“Runic Symbols inAmerica”. With a Foreword by Vicente Pistilli. 2011), El Gran Diluvio. Mitosamericanos sobre la última catástrofe planetaria. Con un prólogo de MarcoNünemann (“The Great Flood. American Myths About the Last PlanetaryCatastrophe”. With a Foreword by Marco Nünemann. 2011), Mitos del PoloAntártico. Cosmogonía y antropogonía de la civilización prediluvial (“Myths ofthe Antarctic Pole. Cosmogony and Anthropogony of the PrediluvialCivilization”, 2012), La Ciudad de los Césares y el misterio de los indiosblancos (“The City of the Caesars and the Mystery of the White Indians”, 2012),Los Dioses Extraterrestres y el regreso de B'olon Yokte' K'uh. Con un prólogode Erich von Däniken (“The Extraterrestrial Gods and the Return of B'olonYokte' K'uh”. With a Foreword by Erich von Däniken. 2013), Los lituches. Latradición de los hombres-dioses del sur del mundo. Con un prólogo de Erichvon Däniken (“The Lituches. The Tradition of the God-Men of the South of theWorld”. With a Foreword by Erich von Däniken. 2014), El Símbolo Sagrado delSol (“The Sacred Symbol of the Sun”, 2014), Antártida, Arquinesia y laAtlántida. Aproximaciones al poblamiento americano (“Antarctica, Arquinesiaand Atlantis. Approaches to American Peopling”, 2017), Irminsul. Simbolismoen torno al origen de la raza polar (“Irminsul. Symbolism Around the Origin ofthe Polar Race”, 2017) and La tradición sagrada de los ugha mongulala.Tatunca Nara y el misterio amazónico (“The Sacred Tradition of the UghaMongulala. Tatunca Nara and the Amazon Mystery”, 2018) –among others–.Rafael is also a contributor to the magazines Sagenhafte Zeiten from Germany,PaleoSETI from Canada and Ancient America from the United States.Contact: ravidela@uc.clhttp://obrasrafaelvidelaeissmann.blogspot.com/

    BierTalk
    BierTalk 90 - Interview mit Michael Hanreich, Betriebsleiter der Brauerei Schlenkerla / Heller Bräu aus Bamberg

    BierTalk

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 49:25


    Geboren in Starnberg entdeckte Michael Hanreich seine Liebe zum Bier und startete in die Lehre bei der Augustiner Brauerei in München, spannende Stationen im Ausland folgten. Eine Stellenanzeige führte ihn schließlich nach Bamberg zur Schlenkerla-Brauerei, deren wahre Bedeutung er erst entdeckte, als er bereits seine Arbeit als Braumeister und späterer Betriebsleiter begonnen hatte. Besonders begeistert ihn die Kombination aus Geschichte und Tradition auf der einen und der kontinuierlichen Innovation und Kreativität auf der anderen Seite. Das verbindet ihn sowohl mit Brauereiinhaber Matthias Trum, als auch mit seinen Vorgängern, zu denen er regen Kontakt pflegt. Michael Hanreich ist auch weltweit gefragter Gesprächspartner - schließlich führt er eine von zwei erhaltenen historischen Rauchdarren und stellt damit die "geheime Zutat" für das legendäre Bamberger Rauchbier her, das international nach wie vor seinesgleichen sucht...

    Fascinating People, Fascinating Places
    Morris Dancing - The Peculiar British Tradition

    Fascinating People, Fascinating Places

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 35:21


    Morris dancing -- a traditional type of British folk dance is synonymous with villages fairs and men dressed in white dancing with wooden sticks. But there are many more elements to "Morris" that the stereotypes we are familiar with. In this episode, I explore its origins, and learn how it has expanded around the globe. Today's guests: Peter Austin, "Bagman" of The Morris Ring - The founding National Association of Morris and Sword Dance Clubs in Britain. Cat Van't Hof & Nat James of the Brandragon Morris in Melbourne, Australia. To learn more about these groups see below: https://themorrisring.org/ In 1934 the Cambridge Morris Men invited five other teams to join them in the formation of a national organisation, the result was that five of the revival clubs - Cambridge, Letchworth, Thaxted, East Surrey and Greensleeves - met at Thaxted in Essex on the 11th May that year to inaugurate The Morris Ring. Cambridge Morris Men describe the start of Morris in Cambridge during the winter of 1911/12 in the 1949 booklet 50 Years of Morris Dancing. Oxford were not at Thaxted, however they sent their apologies and were there in spirit, and agreed with the suggested constitution for the Ring. Helmond Morris(link is external) was the first group to start outside of the UK - in 1935. They even danced during the dark years of World War II! http://brandragon.morris.org.au/ Founded in 2001, we are Melbourne's only North West Morris Side. What is Morris Dancing? It is traditional English folk dancing! The North West style is done in formations of 4, 6 or 8 dancers – to live music. We wear heavy clogs which were worn in the factories of England during the time just after the Industrial Revolution. The dancing steps are quite simple, but the dancers create interesting visual patterns which comes from hours of practise. If you would like to try Morris dancing, please contact us and come along to a practise any time! We also welcome new musicians to join us! Our current band has members who play the melodeon, the recorder, the drum and other percussion instruments. Music from Pixabay Photo: Morris dancing at Port Sunlight.jpg Morris dancing at the 2011 Port Sunlight Festival, Wirral, England. Reptonix free Creative Commons licensed photos Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/daniel-mainwaring5/message

    Eat Your Heartland Out
    A Passion for Korean Food With a Michigan Twist

    Eat Your Heartland Out

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 60:16


    We meet Ji Hye Kim, a chef who has a passion for making Korean food with a Michigan twist.  As the owner of Miss Kim restaurant in Ann Arbor, Ji Hye calls upon Korean Buddhist food tradition which emphasizes using local and seasonal ingredients. Ji Hye works with local farmers to source her menu.  One of those farmers is Tammie Gilfoyle of TamChop Farm.  Tammie shares her journey from a desk job in California to working in the dirt in Michigan supplying restaurants like Miss Kim with produce.  Tune in to hear how Ji Hye and Tammie collaborate to grow and serve food that is uniquely Korean-American.  Eat Your Heartland Out is Powered by Simplecast.

    Dear FoundHer...
    Building a Company Based on Tradition, Community, and Connection with Tamara Keefe, Founder of Clementine's Creamery

    Dear FoundHer...

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 50:17


    “My life changed because of an ice cream cone,” recalls Tamara Keefe. Growing up in a large family of humble means, she was never able to join her friends for ice cream after church due to financial reasons. One day, her mother found an old hand-cranked ice cream maker and began making ice cream at home. Soon, every Sunday, friends, family and neighbors were coming over to Tamara's house, each bringing different ingredients to make ice cream. Tamara and her family became quite popular around town. Fast forward to years later. After years of great success in the corporate world, Tamara realized she was miserable and needed a change. After complaining that there wasn't a proper creamery in town, her friends encouraged her to return to start an ice cream business. After attending Penn State's “ice cream college,” she opened Clementine's, an award-winning microcreamery with six locations throughout Missouri, three more in the process of opening, and shipments made all over the country. The shop's practices stand out against the majority of industrial ice cream making practices in the country, and it's known for its quality and unique flavors, including infusing them with booze. Ice cream was what gave Tamara her first sense of community as a child. And now with her shops, she fosters the same sense of community among her neighbors and her team. Join us to learn the importance of connection, community, your team and your network---and how they can all work together to build an amazing brand. Quotes: • “Ice cream is the most emotional food item there is out there, because people are so tied to these memories. When you think of your first ice cream cone, it's with your grandparents, it's with your friends, it was maybe the first date you ever took a girl out on.” (8:58-9:13 | Tamara) • “We're in neighborhoods. People walk out, kids come in after school, there are restaurants around, universities, colleges. We're so entrenched in peoples' lives.” (25:56-26:08 | Tamara) • “The thing that we long for the most is to be connected to each other. Ice cream does that. When you're holding an ice cream cone, you're not holding a cell phone. So I think it has this magic special place for people because it's really about connection and joy and community with each other.” (27:39-28:02 | Tamara) Connect with Tamara Keefe: Instagram | https://www.instagram.com/clementinescreamery/ TikTok | https://www.tiktok.com/@clementinescreamery?lang=ceb-PH Please don't forget to rate, comment, and subscribe to Dear FoundHer on Apple, Spotify, or wherever you listen to podcasts! You can now work with Lindsay 1:1 to build the community for your personal brand or company through the same method she used to grow and scale her business. Fill out the form here and set up a FREE 30-minute consultation. You can also: • Take Lindsay's FREE 7-Day Social Media Challenge • 5 Tips and Tools to Set Up Your Business • Follow Lindsay on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lindsaypinchuk Use code FoundHer for 50% off your first month with both HiveCast and Fireside Podcast production and show notes provided by HiveCast.fm

    FORTiTUDE
    S4E26 - Bonus! FZS Girls Soccer 2x State Champs

    FORTiTUDE

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 19:05


    They've done it again! Hear from team leaders and Coach Leanne Sanders about the second consecutive South High Girls Soccer State Championship. You've heard about Unity and Tradition. In this episode, learn more about Culture, Commitment and Camaraderie. Tune in on YouTube or your favorite podcast app. We're FORTiTUDEonair.   Fort Zumwalt School District Fz.k12.mo.us

    What Catholics Believe
    Francis, Prophet And Pontiff Of Earth-Worship. Forbidden Marriages. Tradition. Homeschooling.

    What Catholics Believe

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 69:03


    In this episode of "What Catholics Believe," Thomas Naegele and Father William Jenkins discuss current topics and viewer emails. First, there are many on the Immaculate Heart of Mary Prayer List who need prayer; pray for Jude and some elderly in our community who are suffering. The first topic is violence against churches and pro-life institutions; abortion is the business of murder and has the spirit of murder; politicians who have made their career on “abortion rights”; indoctrinating children in perversion; the savagery of the devil in Roe v Wade; pray and be ready to defend against abortion; exorcism and the devils behind abortion; activists dominated by passions and malice; a court of politicians rather than justices; politicians who want the dissolution of our country; when criminals hold power. Viewer email: sister in the Novus Ordo and dating a man who was civilly married and now divorced — can they marry? Viewer email: How can the SSPV priests offer Mass “without jurisdiction”? Viewer email: Can a Catholic man be a stay-at-home dad?; God established the Catholic husband as the head of the household and family; a head of household bears the responsibility to decide what is best for the wife and the children; dangers of a mother being a “career woman” Viewer email: Can cremation be licit?; Catholic Church forbids; Novus Ordo allows; cremation was primarily pagan and gnostic; “Green burials”; financial motives; the importance of acknowledging the resurrection of respecting the body Final topic: The Dominance of Environmentalism; after COVID scare, climate fear; respecting the environment vs modern-day environmentalism; leftist schemes for control and attacks on human life; environmentalism as a religion; Vatican's Ettore Gotti Tedeschi — environmentalism the religion of the future; human beings now seen as the enemy of the earth; manufactured population control; Gaia as the supreme value; environmentalism and its ties to abortion; the devil appearing as an angel of light; Pachamama in the Vatican and St. Peter's Basilica with prayers and processions; Pachamama the “Earth Goddess” and Francis' “Laudato Si”; Francis, the One World Religion (“Gaianism”) pointman?; the Amazon Synod — dripping with personification of nature; Francis' promotion of animism (a pagan belief in spirits of natural objects); Francis new “work of mercy” for the environment; Francis and the desire for a different God; Freemasonry's longstanding plot and their use of the Vatican; GEF's Yuval Harari — now we have the power that tyrants only dreamed about; Francis against the “restorationists”; Cardinal Ottaviani to Paul VI — the New Mass rejects doctrines of Trent; New Mass will force a “crisis of conscience” and Catholics will have to make a choice; Francis — Catholics must make a choice between Trent and Vatican II; taditional Catholics must avoid the deceptions of environmentalism and relate all questions about to the environment to our Catholic Faith; abuse, wastefulness, and reckless pollution wrong; Catholic children always taught responsibility and taking care of things; mega corporations and politicians not a model of stewardship — selling poison and then products to offset the poison; Robert Hugh Benson's novel, “Lord of the World — Antichrist's acolyte, “Fr. Francis” calling to a mother, creator-goddess; environmentalism destined to be the One Word Religion? Francis its prophet? This video was livestreamed on 6/21/2022. Please visit our website at www.wcbohio.com for our daily livestream of Holy Mass and other traditional Catholic content. May God bless you all!