Quand on parle de la Chine, on la décrit le plus souvent en prise avec ses ennemis, parce quʹelle produit beaucoup de discours sur ses relations difficiles au reste du monde. De notre côté de la planète, on la connaît si mal quʹon a tendance à agir en miroir, et pour aller vite, à faire pareil. Histoire Vivante se penche justement sur ces conflits pour comprendre comment ces moments de crise ont changé la Chine. Dans ce premier épisode, on se situe entre le IIIème siècle avant notre ère et le VIIème siècle après notre ère. Au cours de cette longue période, il y a un peuple qui fait couler beaucoup dʹencre dans lʹhistoire de la Chine : Les Man. Les Man hantent la Chine ancienne et médiévale mais aujourdʹhui encore leur présence est un fantôme qui parlerait très fort des relations de la Chine au reste du monde. Lʹhistoire des Man et de leur intégration à lʹempire est lʹhistoire dʹune colonisation difficile qui court sur plusieurs siècles, une colonisation victorieuse, mais cʹest peut-être surtout lʹoccasion de voir comment la Chine de lʹAntiquité et du Moyen Age doit se définir elle-même: Quʹest-ce qui est chinois et quʹest ce qui ne lʹest pas ? On rencontre les Man avec lʹhistorien Alexis Lycas qui les a justement pistés dans son livre Les Man du fleuve bleu, la fabrique dʹun peuple dans la Chine impériale paru aux éditions Anacharsis. Une série dʹAnaïs Kien. Retrouvez toutes les séries dʹHistoire Vivante sur rts.ch/audio. Histoire Vivante cʹest aussi tous les vendredis dans les pages de La Liberté et sur RTS 2, le dimanche soir.
Ahsoka's sixth episode brought us Ezra Bridger and Grand Admiral Thrawn at long last, but it also brought new mysteries, new creatures, Nightsisters, and much more! Join Kyle and Tim as we react to all the exciting reveals and speculate on where the story is headed with only two episodes left in the season!
In this episode we are looking at the teaching of Christ-Jesus and His Course in Miracles in regard to the idea of returning HOME, restoring perception to Knowledge. The ego (that is just a part of your belief about yourself) that regards "all" as impossible and sees "a little knowledge" as a threat is answered with the acceptance of the gifts that are given you as the Son of God, your saviors, counselors in sight and bearers of the Holy Voice, all faculties within you own true Self guiding your perception to Knowledge. ◊ We are sharing A Course in Miracles as given in in the Notes correlating with — chapter 4-VII.-17-end & 4-VIII-1-11 of the Complete & Annotated Edition, published in FIP-Edition as chapter 4–VI-1- 3, and parts of the daily Lessons 266-267 of the Workbook — ACIM-Reflections (88) with Devavan.YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cn62WEd829M
And we thought episode 4 was good! Part 5 of Ahsoka brought us Hayden Christensen in Clone Wars armor, majestic purrgil, Ahsoka the white, and much more! Join Kyle and Paul as we discuss all the wonderful surprises and the deeper meanings behind them.
Blessed are the Forgiven Psalm 32 by Thom Bacon I. Multiple blessings result from forgiven sin. II. Misery is the result of unaddressed sin. III. The blessing of confessed sin. IV. The blessing of God's protection. V. The blessing of God's instruction. VI. The blessing of God's lovingkindness/mercy. VII. The blessings of God result in JOY! APPLICATION Got sin? Address it. Got forgiveness? Act like it. Got sin, again? Rinse and repeat.
In this episode we are looking at the teaching of Christ-Jesus and His Course in Miracles in regard to the idea of "Where to go for protection?". The ego has its answer directing you to it and offering you to forget the question and settle for solutions in the world that keep your identity focused on the body and therefore on sin. The Holy Spirit directs you to your Source and true Identity, remembering that God created you and everyone, and that all protection can only be found in HIM. ◊ We are sharing A Course in Miracles as given in in the Notes correlating with — chapter 4-VII.-1- of the Complete & Annotated Edition, published in FIP-Edition as chapter 4–V-1- end, and parts of the daily Lessons 252-253 of the Workbook — ACIM-Reflections (87) with Devavan.YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YJR3PSTYChA
This episode is brought to you by The Motivation To Succeed Podcast. I. Introduction A. Definition of imposter syndrome B. Brief overview of its prevalence in various communities II. What is imposter syndrome and why is it important? A. Explanation of imposter syndrome in relation to self-doubt and insecurity B. Discussion on societal and cultural factors that contribute to imposter syndrome in the Black community III. The unique experiences of Black men with imposter syndrome A. Examination of the intersectionality of race and gender B. Discussion on societal expectations and stereotypes faced by Black men IV. Personal stories and experiences of Black men with imposter syndrome A. Interviews or narratives from Black men sharing their journeys with imposter syndrome B. How these stories highlight common challenges and misconceptions V. The impact of imposter syndrome on mental health and well-being A. Discussion on the psychological effects of imposter syndrome B. Examination of the potential negative consequences on career and personal life VI. Strategies and support for Black men dealing with imposter syndrome A. Practical tips and techniques for overcoming imposter syndrome B. Highlighting the importance of community support and seeking professional help VII. Celebrating achievements and embracing self-worth A. Encouraging self-compassion and acknowledging accomplishments B. Inspiring Black men to embrace their unique talents and contributions VIII. Moving forward with confidence and resilience A. Empowering Black men to challenge societal expectations and stereotypes B. Encouraging continuous personal growth and self-reflection IX. Conclusion A. Recap of key points discussed in the blog B. Final thoughts on the importance of addressing imposter syndrome in the Black community IG: motivationtosucceedpod --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/tariq-k-hill/support
Ahsoka's fourth episode brought us lightsaber duels, character dilemmas, chaotic hyperdrive jumps… oh yeah and Anakin Skywalker in the World Between Worlds! Join Kyle, Tim and Paul as we discuss all the amazing aspects of this landmark episode of Star Wars television!
I. Nostalgia: Definition: Nostalgia refers to a sentimental longing or affectionate yearning for the past, often accompanied by a sense of sadness or wistfulness. It's a complex emotional state triggered by memories and experiences from one's earlier life. Etymology: The word "nostalgia" has its roots in Greek. It combines "nostos," meaning "return home," and "algos," meaning "pain" or "ache." It was originally coined in the late 17th century by a Swiss physician named Johannes Hofer to describe a condition observed in Swiss mercenaries who became homesick while stationed abroad. At the time, it was considered a medical disorder related to homesickness. II. Reminisce: Definition: To reminisce is to recall or talk about past experiences, often in a fond or nostalgic manner. It involves the act of remembering and sharing memories. Etymology: "Reminisce" comes from the Latin word "reminiscere," which means "remember" or "think over again." This word emphasizes the act of revisiting past memories. III. Vintage: Definition: Vintage refers to something of high quality or lasting popularity from the past. It is often associated with items or products from a specific era, typically 20 to 100 years old, which have retained their appeal. Etymology: The word "vintage" has its roots in the Latin word "vindemia," which means "grape harvest" or "wine." Over time, it came to be associated with the age and quality of wine, and eventually, it was extended to describe other valuable and old items. IV. Retro: Definition: Retro refers to a style, fashion, or design that imitates or is reminiscent of the past, often with a sense of nostalgia. It involves adopting elements from earlier eras and incorporating them into contemporary contexts. Etymology: "Retro" is a shortened form of "retrospective," which comes from the Latin word "retrospectus," meaning "look back" or "backward view." It reflects the idea of looking back in time and revisiting past styles or trends. V. Memories: Definition: Memories are the recollections of past events, experiences, or information stored in one's mind. They can evoke feelings of nostalgia when revisited. Etymology: The word "memory" comes from the Latin "memoria," which means "faculty of memory" or "remembrance." VI. Antique: Definition: An antique is a collectible or valuable item that is typically over 100 years old. Antiques are often sought after for their historical and nostalgic significance. Etymology: "Antique" is derived from the Latin word "antiquus," meaning "ancient" or "old." It emphasizes the age and historical value of the item. VII. Melancholy: Definition: Melancholy refers to a deep, pensive, and sometimes sorrowful feeling, often associated with nostalgia and a sense of loss. Etymology: The word "melancholy" has its roots in ancient Greek, where "melas" means "black" and "kholē" means "bile." In ancient medicine, it was believed that an imbalance in the body's humors, including black bile, could lead to a melancholic disposition. VIII. Sentimental: Definition: Sentimental describes a strong emotional attachment or affection for something due to personal or nostalgic reasons. It often involves a heightened emotional response. Etymology: "Sentimental" is derived from the French word "sentiment" and the Latin word "sentire," both of which relate to feelings and emotions. IX. Flashback: Definition: A flashback is a sudden and vivid memory or recollection of a past event, often triggered by a sensory experience or association. It can evoke a strong sense of nostalgia. Etymology: "Flashback" combines "flash" and "back," indicating a sudden return or recollection of a past moment. The term originated in the world of literature and film to describe a narrative device where the story temporarily shifts to an earlier time. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/liam-connerly/support
Remember Your Calling— II Timothy 4:1(For Further Study: Psalm 145:4; John 13:34–35; Romans 1:16; 12:16; Hebrews 8:10–12)Remember to Preach the Word— II Timothy 4:2(For Further Study: Romans 1:16; Hebrews 13:7; II Thessalonians 2:15; II Timothy 2:2)Remember to Be Faithful in Season and Out— II Timothy 4:2b(For Further Study: Isaiah 61:1–3; 1 Thessalonians 5:14)Remember to Correct, Rebuke, and Encourage— II Timothy 4:2c(For Further Study: Proverbs 17:17 #4)Remember Not to Compromise in Difficult Times— II Timothy 4:3–4(For Further Study: Rev. 2:5; 13:14)Remember to Be Sober in All Things— II Timothy 4:5a(For Further Study: II Samuel 7:18)VII. Remember to Endure Hardships— II Timothy 4:5b(For Further Study: Psalm 115:1; I Cor. 10:3; II Cor. 5:15. The Hymn: Faith of Our Fathers)VIII. Remember to Do the Work of an Evangelist— II Timothy 4:5c(For Further Study: Romans 14:7-8, 12; I Peter 3:15)IX. Remember to Fulfill Your Ministry— II Timothy 4:5d(For Further Study: Romans 8:32; Isaiah 53:5, 6)
The 3rd episode of Ahsoka delivered the goods on Star Wars action and intriguing character developments, and Tim and Paul are here to break it all down, as well as share their excitement about The Mandalorian seasons 1 & 2 finally getting a physical media release!
Entre los siglos primero y segundo de nuestra era se sucedieron tres guerras entre los rebeldes de la provincia de Judea y el imperio romano. La primera guerra judeo-romana duró siete años, se extendió entre los años 66 y 73. La denominada guerra de Kitos tuvo lugar ya en el siglo II, entre los años 115 y 117 e involucró a comunidades judías que se encontraban en la diáspora repartidas por distintas partes del imperio como Chipre, la Cirenaica (en la actual Libia) o Egipto. El último y definitivo enfrentamiento entre judíos y romanos tuvo lugar entre los años 132 y 136 y se le conoce como revuelta de Bar Kojba. En todos los casos fueron revueltas que pretendían que Judea recuperase el estatus de reino independiente que había perdido cuando Octavio Augusto lo convirtió en provincia tras la muerte de Herodes el Grande. Durante las primeras décadas de dominación romana reinó una frágil paz que fue debilitándose a partir del reinado del emperador Calígula. Unos años más tarde, ya con Nerón en el trono, se produjo un levantamiento a gran escala. El emperador envió a uno de sus mejores generales, Tito Flavio Vespasiano, para sofocarlo. Ese mismo general se haría con la corona tres años más tarde y, ya como césar, remataría la guerra de Judea tomando tras un largo asedio el último reducto de los judíos en la montaña fortaleza de Masada, junto al mar Muerto. Jerusalén fue destruida y tras la derrota miles de judíos se vieron forzados a exiliarse y establecerse en otras partes del imperio. En el año 115, coincidiendo con la campaña contra los partos de Trajano, se produjo otra revuelta judía, pero no en Judea, sino en Cirenaica, Chipre y Egipto, donde vivían numerosas comunidades de expatriados. El imperio reprimió nuevamente la rebelión asignando dos legiones que se emplearon a fondo. La comunidad judía de Chipre desapareció y las de Cirenaica y Egipto quedaron muy afectadas y disminuidas. Veinte años más tarde los romanos decidieron refundar Jerusalén con otro nombre, el de Aelia Capitolina en honor al emperador Publio Elio Adriano. En el lugar donde había estado el segundo templo ordenaron levantar un templo pagano dedicado al culto de Júpiter, deidad superior del panteón romano. Esto ocasionó gran disgusto entre los judíos que aún continuaban residiendo en la provincia. Fue ese malestar el que aprovechó Simón Bar Kojba para poner de nuevo al pueblo en armas erigiéndose como un caudillo mesiánico. Los judíos volvieron a ser derrotados con gran esfuerzo ya que opusieron una feroz resistencia obligando a los romanos a llevar a cabo una política de tierra quemada. Se emplearon tan a fondo que arrasaron todos los núcleos de población habitados por judíos prohibiendo a los que quedaron con vida que se asentasen cerca de Jerusalén, que pasó a convertirse en una ciudad helenística de nueva planta. Para eliminar por completo cualquier resto del judaísmo el emperador decretó que la provincia cambiase incluso de nombre. De ahí en adelante pasó a llamarse Siria Palestina y como tal subsistiría, ya dentro del imperio bizantino, hasta la invasión árabe del siglo VII. Las guerras judeo-romanas tuvieron un impacto devastador para el pueblo judío, que se vio obligado a emigrar y a asentarse en distintas partes del imperio. Se convirtieron entonces en una minoría dispersa, errante y perseguida, una maldición que duraría casi dos mil años. En El ContraSello: - Caudillos y caudillismo - Sobrenombres para Juan Carlos I - La carrera de Historia Bibliografía: - "La Guerra de los Judios" de David Mandel - https://amzn.to/3OXhrQb - "La historia de Israel" de John Bright y William P. 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Who is Jesus? I. Jesus is the kind discipler, v13. II. Jesus is the compassionate healer, v14. III. Jesus is the long expected prophet, vv15-21. IV. Jesus is the new and better Moses. V. Jesus is better than Elijah. VI. Jesus is better than Elisha. VII. Jesus is the Good Shepherd of Psalm 23.
Welcome to another episode in our series "Rituals for Resilience". Today, we're diving into the often-misunderstood world of health technology with our episode, "Digital Deception: Health Gadgets Unmasked". *I. Introduction In this episode, we're unpacking the realities of health technologies, helping you to understand your devices better and use them more effectively. *II. Education On Health Tech We start with an exploration of common health technologies, demystifying how they work and what they claim to measure. We delve into the difference between medical-grade devices and consumer wearables, shedding light on the nuances of health tracking. *III. Constant Offenders We then move onto the 'constant offenders' - those aspects of health tech that are most commonly inaccurate. Through real-world examples, we illustrate these inaccuracies and discuss why they occur and why they're problematic for high performers like you. *IV. Current Research We present the latest research on the accuracy of health tech, analyzing what these studies reveal about the reliability and limitations of such devices. We discuss expert opinions and what these findings imply for your health tracking routine. *V. Takeaways From Your Wearable Tech Our episode wouldn't be complete without actionable takeaways. We provide practical advice on how you can better utilize your health tech, avoid being misled by its inaccuracies, and offer alternative methods to keep track of your health metrics effectively. *VI. Conclusion We wrap up by recapping the main points of the episode, offering our final thoughts on how high performers can approach health technology to enhance their performance, not hinder it. *VII. Outro We thank you for joining us on this journey of discovery and debunking. We invite you to share your experiences and questions about health tech. And don't forget to subscribe and leave a review if you enjoyed the episode. Join us next time as we continue to explore more "Rituals for Resilience", helping you optimize your performance in every aspect of life. —----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- FREE COURSE: Hey there, high achievers! Are you ready to unlock your true potential and smash through those limiting beliefs? Get started right now with my FREE Breaking Barriers course, designed specifically for driven entrepreneurs like you! ONLINE COURSE for $20.22. Craving a personalized approach to optimizing your habits for peak performance in business, health, and creativity? Then you need to check out my exclusive "20-Day Cheat Code for Health, Happiness, and Habits!" Click the link and get ready to skyrocket your success - all for just $20.22! Unlock your full potential as an athlete and entrepreneur with personalized mentorship tailored to help you dominate in your field – apply for a High-Performance Mentor today! Calling all athletes and high-powered entrepreneurs! Are you on the hunt for personalized guidance to elevate your performance and reach new heights? You've found the perfect solution! Apply today for an opportunity to work with a dedicated High-Performance Mentor who understands your unique needs. Let's schedule a call to discuss how this life-changing mentorship can transform your game, both on and off the field. Don't wait – start your application here: https://thedeziabeyta.com/application Elevate your performance and conquer your goals, Coach Dezi
El período que abarca desde el siglo VI hasta el siglo VII presenció uno de los encuentros más trascendentales en la historia: el choque entre el Imperio Bizantino y el nacimiento y expansión del Islam. Estos dos poderes, cada uno con sus propias raíces, valores y ambiciones, se encontraron en una encrucijada que daría forma al curso de la historia mundial. El Imperio Bizantino: Resplandor y Continuidad El Imperio Bizantino, heredero directo del Imperio Romano de Oriente, surgió como una potencia en sí misma después de la división del Imperio Romano en el año 395 d.C. Con su centro en Constantinopla (la actual Estambul), el imperio adoptó el cristianismo como su religión oficial, estableciendo una estrecha relación entre la Iglesia y el Estado. A lo largo de los siglos, Bizancio mantuvo un alto grado de organización administrativa y cultural, preservando elementos clave de la cultura clásica mientras adoptaba influencias orientales. El Imperio Bizantino enfrentó desafíos considerables, como las invasiones bárbaras y las luchas internas, pero logró sobrevivir y adaptarse. Sin embargo, su expansión se vio limitada principalmente a las áreas del Mediterráneo oriental y los Balcanes, mientras que en otras regiones surgían nuevas potencias. El Nacimiento y Expansión del Islam: Una Nueva Fuerza Emergente En la Arabia del siglo VII, surgió una nueva religión y una nueva identidad política: el islam. Fundado por el profeta Mahoma, el islam se basaba en la creencia en un solo Dios (Alá) y en la sumisión a su voluntad. Esta religión unificó a tribus árabes dispersas y estableció un sistema de valores éticos y morales. La rápida expansión del islam fue un fenómeno sorprendente. Desde su base en la Península Arábiga, los musulmanes conquistaron vastos territorios, incluidas partes del Imperio Bizantino, el Imperio Sasánida en Persia y el norte de África. Los imperios establecidos se vieron desafiados por esta fuerza en ascenso, que ofrecía un nuevo orden político y religioso. El Choque de Civilizaciones La expansión musulmana condujo inevitablemente a un enfrentamiento con el Imperio Bizantino. En el año 636, en la Batalla de Yarmouk, las fuerzas musulmanas infligieron una derrota decisiva al ejército bizantino, lo que les permitió avanzar hacia Siria y Palestina. Constantinopla se convirtió en un bastión bizantino, resistiendo los intentos de conquista musulmana y estableciendo un equilibrio de poder inestable a lo largo de las fronteras. A lo largo de los siglos, esta rivalidad definió gran parte de la política y la historia de la región. Constantinopla finalmente cayó en manos de los turcos otomanos en 1453, marcando el fin del Imperio Bizantino y el inicio de una nueva era. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Antena Historia te regala 30 días PREMIUM, para que lo disfrutes https://www.ivoox.com/premium?affiliate-code=b4688a50868967db9ca413741a54cea5 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Produce Antonio Cruz Edita ANTENA HISTORIA Antena Historia (podcast) forma parte del sello iVoox Originals ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- web……….https://antenahistoria.com/ correo.....email@example.com Facebook…..Antena Historia Podcast | Facebook Twitter…...https://twitter.com/AntenaHistoria Telegram…...https://t.me/foroantenahistoria DONACIONES PAYPAL...... https://paypal.me/ancrume ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ¿QUIERES ANUNCIARTE en ANTENA HISTORIA?, menciones, cuñas publicitarias, programas personalizados, etc. Dirígete a Antena Historia - AdVoices Escucha el episodio completo en la app de iVoox, o descubre todo el catálogo de iVoox Originals
In this teaching Bro. Derrick covers Articles VII and VII of the Baptist Faith & Message• Article VII - Baptism & The Lord's Supper • Article VIII - The Lord's DayVII. Baptism and the Lord's SupperChristian baptism is the immersion of a believer in water in the name of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. It is an act of obedience symbolizing the believer's faith in a crucified, buried, and risen Saviour, the believer's death to sin, the burial of the old life, and the resurrection to walk in newness of life in Christ Jesus. It is a testimony to his faith in the final resurrection of the dead. Being a church ordinance, it is prerequisite to the privileges of church membership and to the Lord's Supper.The Lord's Supper is a symbolic act of obedience whereby members of the church, through partaking of the bread and the fruit of the vine, memorialize the death of the Redeemer and anticipate His second coming.Matthew 3:13-17; 26:26-30; 28:19-20; Mark 1:9-11; 14:22-26; Luke 3:21-22; 22:19-20; John 3:23; Acts 2:41-42; 8:35-39; 16:30-33; 20:7; Romans 6:3-5; 1 Corinthians 10:16,21; 11:23-29; Colossians 2:12.VIII. The Lord's DayThe first day of the week is the Lord's Day. It is a Christian institution for regular observance. It commemorates the resurrection of Christ from the dead and should include exercises of worship and spiritual devotion, both public and private. Activities on the Lord's Day should be commensurate with the Christian's conscience under the Lordship of Jesus Christ.Exodus 20:8-11; Matthew 12:1-12; 28:1ff.; Mark 2:27-28; 16:1-7; Luke 24:1-3,33-36; John 4:21-24; 20:1,19-28; Acts 20:7; Romans 14:5-10; I Corinthians 16:1-2; Colossians 2:16; 3:16; Revelation 1:10.
Coming to you LIVE from the #AFSASUMMIT23 Welcome to a captivating episode of the #AFSASUMMIT23 podcast, featuring the dynamic Ashley Glass. With a 17-year Air Force career, Ashley's leadership, advocacy for writing and mental well-being, are highlighted. In this episode, we explore her journey, philosophies, and insights into the Air Force and beyond. **I. The Three Questions to Ask: A Peek into Ashley's World** - Ashley's Special Edition: Access Ashley's experiences and perspectives exclusive to #AFSASUMMIT23 attendees. - The Significance of the Forearm Tattoo: Her tattoo as a symbol of strength and resilience. - Unveiling Her Spirit Animal: Ashley's spirit animal and its alignment with her journey. - Mental Health's Impact on Reality: Insights into the importance of maintaining mental well-being. **II. Proudest Air Force Moment and Journey: Seventeen Years of Triumph** - The Pinnacle of Pride: Ashley's proudest Air Force moment encapsulating her journey. - Endurance and Longevity: Lessons learned from her 17-year service. **III. Narrative Buddy and Communication: Revolutionizing Connections** - Unpacking the Narrative Buddy: Fostering communication through the innovative concept. - Harnessing Technology for Effective Communication: Strategies for enhanced understanding in a tech-driven world. - Social Media's Role in Mental Health: Ashley's experience with postpartum depression and social media. **IV. Community Building and Creativity: Writing for Self-Improvement** - The Air Force Writing and Self-Improvement Page: Fostering community and growth. - Innovative Initiatives: EPR page and chat GPT templates for communication. - The Power of Social Media: Connecting like-minded individuals. **V. Marriage Policy and Relationships: Navigating Love and Life** - A Unique Marriage Policy: Balancing career and personal life. - Lessons from Relationships: Insights from Ashley's personal journey. - Communication: The Cornerstone of Relationships: Importance of mutual understanding. **VI. Balancing Military Life and Personal Time: Strategies for Harmony** - Family Activities Amidst Military Commitments: Navigating family time. - Carving Personal Time: Importance of personal well-being. **VII. Career, Rank, and Beyond: The Journey to Excellence** - The Weight of Rank and Time: Significance of rank and time in service. - Psychological Challenges of Promotion: Navigating career advancement. - Rising to Excellence: Ashley's journey as one of the 12 outstanding airmen of the year. **VIII. The Temptation of Leaking Information: Balancing Responsibility and Frustrations** - Understanding Leaking Information: Complex motivations and impacts. - Navigating Frustrations: Challenges of integrity and duty. **IX. Conclusion: Nurturing Growth, Building Relationships, and Embracing Resilience** Ashley Glass's journey embodies resilience, growth, and commitment to self-improvement. Her wisdom serves as a beacon for aspiring individuals, both in and out of the service, emphasizing personal growth, relationships, and resilience. Join us for more insights at #AFSASUMMIT23.
Dear beloved congregation, today, we embark on a profound journey through the book of Romans, a letter written by the Apostle Paul that unveils the heart of the Christian faith. This epistle stands as a magnificent theological masterpiece, rich with divine wisdom, and it lays the foundation for understanding the righteousness of God and the transformative power of the gospel. I. The Servant of Christ: Romans 1:1 In the opening verse, Paul humbly introduces himself as a "servant of Christ Jesus." This designation sets the tone for the entire letter, demonstrating Paul's humility and submission to the Lord's call on his life. As we begin this exploration of Romans, we are reminded that it is not about human achievements or accolades, but about surrendering our lives as humble servants of Christ. II. The Gospel of God's Promises: Romans 1:2 Paul emphasizes that the gospel is not a novel idea but a fulfillment of ancient promises proclaimed by the prophets in the holy Scriptures. This divine plan of salvation was preordained by God Himself and proclaimed through generations, assuring us that the gospel is rooted in the faithfulness of God's eternal word. III. The Identity of Jesus Christ: Romans 1:3-4 In verses 3 and 4, Paul proclaims the identity of Jesus Christ, the central figure of the gospel message. Jesus is the Son of God and the Son of Man, fully divine and fully human. His lineage from David according to the flesh highlights His humanity, while His resurrection from the dead demonstrates His deity and power over sin and death. IV. The Grace of Obedience through Faith: Romans 1:5 Through Jesus Christ, we have received grace and apostleship to bring about the "obedience of faith." Here, Paul introduces a key theme that echoes throughout the book - the harmony between faith and obedience. Genuine faith results in a transformed life that obeys God's commands and seeks to follow the example of Christ. V. The Inclusive Gospel: Romans 1:6-7 The gospel is not limited to a specific group but extends to all nations. The message of God's grace and peace through Jesus Christ is universal and embraces both Jews and Gentiles. We, too, are called to belong to Jesus Christ, becoming part of a diverse community united by our shared faith in the Savior. VI. The Righteousness of God Revealed: Romans 1:16-17 In these powerful verses, Paul declares the central theme of Romans - the righteousness of God. The gospel is the "power of God unto salvation" for everyone who believes. It reveals God's righteousness, which is received through faith and results in a life of righteousness. VII. The Universality of Sin: Romans 3:9-12 As Paul delves into the theme of righteousness, he confronts the universality of sin. He quotes from several Old Testament passages, highlighting that both Jews and Gentiles are under sin. None are exempt from the reality of human fallenness and the need for God's redemption. VIII. Justified by Grace through Faith: Romans 3:21-24 In this pivotal passage, Paul expounds on the gospel's power to justify sinners. We are justified by God's grace as a gift, not by our works or efforts, but through faith in Jesus Christ. This underscores the fundamental truth that our righteousness comes from God alone. IX. The Role of Faith: Romans 4:3-5 Drawing from the example of Abraham, Paul emphasizes the significance of faith in God's reckoning of righteousness. Abraham's faith was credited to him as righteousness, demonstrating that it is faith, not works, that connects us to God's righteousness. X. Freedom from Sin's Dominion: Romans 6:6-7 Paul presents a powerful message of freedom from the dominion of sin. Through identification with Christ's death and resurrection, we are set free from sin's power and are empowered to live in newness of life. As we conclude our exploration of the introduction to Romans and its central theme, let us be transformed by the profound truth of God's righteousness. May the gospel's power ignite a passion for obedience, a hunger for righteousness, and a fervent desire to live lives that glorify our Savior. Let us remember that we are called to be servants of Christ, bearing the message of God's grace and peace to all nations. May our faith be firmly rooted in the righteousness of God, leading us to live as a holy and devoted people, empowered by the Holy Spirit. In the journey through Romans, let us continually seek the transforming power of God's righteousness, knowing that our salvation is not earned but received as a precious gift through faith in Jesus Christ. May this profound epistle shape us into a community of believers who shine God's light in a world longing for redemption and hope. In the name of Jesus Christ, our Lord, and Savior, we pray. Amen. To Give: www.ToddCoconato.com/give New Book: www.PastorToddBook.com Website: www.PastorTodd.org Church website: www.RRCNashville.org
To Give: www.ToddCoconato.com/give New Book: www.PastorToddBook.com Website: www.PastorTodd.org Church website: www.RRCNashville.org Today we embark on a profound journey through the book of Romans, a letter written by the Apostle Paul that unveils the heart of the Christian faith. This epistle stands as a magnificent theological masterpiece, rich with divine wisdom, and it lays the foundation for understanding the righteousness of God and the transformative power of the gospel. I. The Servant of Christ: Romans 1:1 In the opening verse, Paul humbly introduces himself as a "servant of Christ Jesus." This designation sets the tone for the entire letter, demonstrating Paul's humility and submission to the Lord's call on his life. As we begin this exploration of Romans, we are reminded that it is not about human achievements or accolades, but about surrendering our lives as humble servants of Christ. II. The Gospel of God's Promises: Romans 1:2 Paul emphasizes that the gospel is not a novel idea but a fulfillment of ancient promises proclaimed by the prophets in the holy Scriptures. This divine plan of salvation was preordained by God Himself and proclaimed through generations, assuring us that the gospel is rooted in the faithfulness of God's eternal word. III. The Identity of Jesus Christ: Romans 1:3-4 In verses 3 and 4, Paul proclaims the identity of Jesus Christ, the central figure of the gospel message. Jesus is the Son of God and the Son of Man, fully divine and fully human. His lineage from David according to the flesh highlights His humanity, while His resurrection from the dead demonstrates His deity and power over sin and death. IV. The Grace of Obedience through Faith: Romans 1:5 Through Jesus Christ, we have received grace and apostleship to bring about the "obedience of faith." Here, Paul introduces a key theme that echoes throughout the book - the harmony between faith and obedience. Genuine faith results in a transformed life that obeys God's commands and seeks to follow the example of Christ. V. The Inclusive Gospel: Romans 1:6-7 The gospel is not limited to a specific group but extends to all nations. The message of God's grace and peace through Jesus Christ is universal and embraces both Jews and Gentiles. We, too, are called to belong to Jesus Christ, becoming part of a diverse community united by our shared faith in the Savior. VI. The Righteousness of God Revealed: Romans 1:16-17 In these powerful verses, Paul declares the central theme of Romans - the righteousness of God. The gospel is the "power of God unto salvation" for everyone who believes. It reveals God's righteousness, which is received through faith and results in a life of righteousness. VII. The Universality of Sin: Romans 3:9-12 As Paul delves into the theme of righteousness, he confronts the universality of sin. He quotes from several Old Testament passages, highlighting that both Jews and Gentiles are under sin. None are exempt from the reality of human fallenness and the need for God's redemption. VIII. Justified by Grace through Faith: Romans 3:21-24 In this pivotal passage, Paul expounds on the gospel's power to justify sinners. We are justified by God's grace as a gift, not by our works or efforts, but through faith in Jesus Christ. This underscores the fundamental truth that our righteousness comes from God alone. IX. The Role of Faith: Romans 4:3-5 Drawing from the example of Abraham, Paul emphasizes the significance of faith in God's reckoning of righteousness. Abraham's faith was credited to him as righteousness, demonstrating that it is faith, not works, that connects us to God's righteousness. X. Freedom from Sin's Dominion: Romans 6:6-7 Paul presents a powerful message of freedom from the dominion of sin. Through identification with Christ's death and resurrection, we are set free from sin's power and are empowered to live in newness of life. As we conclude our exploration of the introduction to Romans and its central theme, let us be transformed by the profound truth of God's righteousness. May the gospel's power ignite a passion for obedience, a hunger for righteousness, and a fervent desire to live lives that glorify our Savior. Let us remember that we are called to be servants of Christ, bearing the message of God's grace and peace to all nations. May our faith be firmly rooted in the righteousness of God, leading us to live as a holy and devoted people, empowered by the Holy Spirit. In the journey through Romans, let us continually seek the transforming power of God's righteousness, knowing that our salvation is not earned but received as a precious gift through faith in Jesus Christ. May this profound epistle shape us into a community of believers who shine God's light in a world longing for redemption and hope. In the name of Jesus Christ, our Lord, and Savior, we pray. Amen. Website: www.PastorTodd.org To support: www.ToddCoconato.com/give To get Pastor Todd's brand new book, please go here: www.PastorToddBook.com
Kyle, Tim & Paul are back to discuss the ongoing WGA and SAG-AFTRA strikes and what things might look like for the industry moving forward. Then we get into some fun Star Wars discussion as we revisit season 3 of The Mandalorian and share our final panel from Phoenix Fan Fusion!
Agradece a este podcast tantas horas de entretenimiento y disfruta de episodios exclusivos como éste. ¡Apóyale en iVoox! Episodio setenta y seis para la zona premium donde está la gente a la que queremos un poco más porque paga (Al resto también os queremos, pero algo menos). En este capítulo os presentamos: "Sin miedo al miedo "VII". El revolucionario formato en el que os explicamos como enfrentaros a un misterio chungo real. Hoy: ¿Cómo sobrevivir al apocalipsis? (Parte 2)Escucha este episodio completo y accede a todo el contenido exclusivo de Misterios Cotidianos (Con Ángel Martín y José L. Descubre antes que nadie los nuevos episodios, y participa en la comunidad exclusiva de oyentes en https://go.ivoox.com/sq/915010
- Chuyến thăm chính thức Cộng hòa Áo của Chủ tịch nước Võ Văn Thưởng và Phu nhân bắt đầu từ hôm nay-Chính phủ thành lập 26 đoàn công tác tháo gỡ khó khăn, thúc đẩy thực hiện 3 chương trình mục tiêu quốc gia.- Trà Vinh cho phép Liên danh nhà đầu tư Tổng Công ty Phát điện 1 và Liên doanh Việt – Nga đầu tư dự án trung tâm điện gió với tổng công suất 2.000 Mê-ga-oát.- Tiết mục “ Nửa nhiệm kỳ thực hiện Nghị quyết đại hội 13 của Đảng” đề cập những cách làm hay, sáng tạo nhằm cụ thể hóa mục tiêu mà Nghị quyết đề ra trong việc chuyển hướng phát triển sang tăng trưởng Xanh.-Tính đến 15h chiều nay, đã có hơn 7,6 nghìn cử tri Campuchia đi bỏ phiếu bầu cử nghị sĩ Quốc hội khóa VII, chiếm trên 78% tổng số cử tri.- Nắng nóng nghiêm trọng, mưa lũ kéo dài, những hiện tượng thời tiết cực đoan đang diễn ra ở nhiều nơi trên thế giới là chỉ dấu rõ nét của biến đổi khí hậu, đòi hỏi hành động khẩn cấp từ tất cả các quốc gia. /. Chủ đề : thăm chính thức, Cộng hòa Áo, 26 đoàn công tác, bầu cử nghị sĩ --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/vov1thoisu0/support
Embracing Resilience & The Power of Community and Hope Intro: Join Kristen Christy on a deeply moving journey as we explore resilience and the transformative impact of owning one's experiences. Kristen, an Air Force key spouse, shares her personal story of growth, the challenges she faced, and the incredible power of finding community. Together, we'll discover the essence of resilience and the unwavering hope that carries us through the darkest of times. I. The Three Parts of Resilience (Timestamp: 00:03:21): Resilience comprises three intertwined components: - Emotional Resilience: Navigating and understanding emotions to adapt and heal. - Social Resilience: Strength found in support and connections. - Cognitive Resilience: A growth-oriented mindset that paves the way for learning and new beginnings. II. Growing up in the Air Force (Timestamp: 00:08:45): Kristen reveals the challenges and triumphs of growing up in an Air Force family, constantly adapting to new environments. She shares the power of finding community and how it shaped her identity. III. Reserve Spouses of the Year (Timestamp: 00:16:32): Balancing military service and civilian life, reserve spouses face unique challenges. We honor their sacrifices and recognize their resilience, delving into their experiences and the support available to them. IV. Suicide Prevention and Support (Timestamp: 00:23:57): We explore the resources available to service members and their families, emphasizing the critical role of open communication and seeking support in preventing suicide. Kristen sheds light on the importance of community in reaching out to those in need. V. Reintegration and Overcoming Trauma (Timestamp: 00:32:10): Returning to civilian life after deployment presents challenges. Kristen shares stories of resilience and highlights the significance of emotional support during this transitional period. We delve into the complexities of reintegration and overcoming trauma. VI. Self-Care and Finding Purpose (Timestamp: 00:41:25): Discover the transformative power of self-care and self-love as Kristen's journey unfolds. She emphasizes the importance of finding purpose and passion, sharing her own experiences and the healing that comes from embracing activities that bring joy and fulfillment. VII. Dealing with Depression and Loss (Timestamp: 00:48:39): We confront the weight of depression and the power in seeking help. Kristen shares personal stories of loss and the solace found in support. We explore the importance of holding onto cherished memories while navigating the depths of despair. VIII. Showing Up for Others and Cultivating Hope (Timestamp: 00:54:12): Kristen unveils the value of showing up for others, extending a helping hand, and being intentional in providing support. Together, we cultivate hope and embrace resilience as a collective force, igniting a sense of strength and unity within our communities. Final Thoughts: Through Kristen's powerful journey, we witness the strength born from embracing resilience and owning our experiences. Let us carry these stories, seek support, and ignite the flame of hope within us. Together, we triumph over adversity, united in unwavering resilience.
We finally got another look at the upcoming Ahsoka series, so Kyle and Tim are here to break down the latest trailer and speculate about what it all means for Ahsoka and Sabine's relationship, Baylan and Shin's motives, Thrawn's return and more!
Agradece a este podcast tantas horas de entretenimiento y disfruta de episodios exclusivos como éste. ¡Apóyale en iVoox! Episodio setenta y cinco para la zona premium donde está la gente a la que queremos un poco más porque paga (Al resto también os queremos, pero algo menos). En este capítulo os presentamos: "Sin miedo al miedo "VII". El revolucionario formato en el que os explicamos como enfrentaros a un misterio chungo real. Hoy: ¿Cómo sobrevivir al apocalipsis? (Parte 1)Escucha este episodio completo y accede a todo el contenido exclusivo de Misterios Cotidianos (Con Ángel Martín y José L. Descubre antes que nadie los nuevos episodios, y participa en la comunidad exclusiva de oyentes en https://go.ivoox.com/sq/915010
Voices From The Past Volume 2, Reading #15: pg. 156 June 4 (Faith), Richard Sibbes, Works, VII:424-425."He considered the reproach of Christ greater wealth than the treasures of Egypt, for he was looking to the reward." (Hebrews 11:26)Faith is formed by the mighty power of God in the soul and the substance of the supernatural life in Christ.Meet John Rawlinson for yourself at http://www.youtube.com/@otherthingswith... "Other Things with John Rawlinson"Buy Voices From The Past volume 2All readings in this mini-series from "Voices From The Past Volume 2" (copyrighted material) are used with permission from the publisher. “Voices From The Past: Puritan Devotional Readings, Volume 2” edited by Richard Rushing. The Banner of Truth Trust. Copyright 2016 Richard Rushing. ISBN 9781848717275. Binding: Cloth-bound, Cloth-bound & ePub, Cloth-bound & Kindle, ePub, Kindle (.mobi). Page-count 432. Banner Publishing Date Dec 9, 2017."Other Things with... " YouTube ChannelCut & Paste Personal Invitation to invite your friends to check out “gwot.rocks” podcast:I invite you to check out the podcast, “gwot.rocks: God, the World, and Other Things!” It is available on podcast players everywhere! Here is the link to the show's home base for all its episodes: http://podcast.gwot.rocks/ (Ctrl+click to follow the link)LIFE HELPSDONATE You can help support this podcast by clicking our secure PayPal account. For donation by check, make payable to Transform This City, P.O. Box 1013, Spring Hill, Tennessee, 37174. “gwot.rocks” is a ministry of Transform This City.gwot.rocks home pageTransform This CityTransform This City Facebook firstname.lastname@example.orgThank you for listening! Please tell your friends about us! Listen, share, rate, subscribe!Unless otherwise noted, all Scripture quotations are taken from the Christian StandardBible®, Copyright © 2016 by Holman Bible Publishers. Used by permission. ChristianStandard Bible® and CSB® is a federally registered trademark of Holman Bible Publishers. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
July 16, 2023 - Sunday AM Sermon 7 Things We Can Know About Heaven Introduction: 1. _____________________ is the place everyone hopes to go when _____________ is _____________________. 2. Heaven is somewhat _____________________ to us. 3. While there is a lot about ____________ that we don't know; there are some things that we can ______________________. I. _____________ Will Be __________-_____ Than Life on ______________ (Phil. 1:23) II. ____________________ Will Be ______________________ (Matt. 6:9) III. ______________ Everyone ________________ to ________________(Matt. 7:21-23) IV. There Will Be A lot of _____________ from ____________ of __________________ (Matt. 8:11; Rev. 7:9-10) V. God _____________________ It (Matt. 25:34) VI. _____________________ will Last __________________ (1 Thess. 4:17) VII. We Can ___________________ We Are ____________________ (1 Jn. 5:13) Duration 37:26
Dreams of Consciousness Podcast Episode 285 features an interview with Jeff Irwin of Will Haven. Will Haven were always ahead of their time. Their Nineties output mixed slow, ominous metal with extensive atmospheric sections, anticipating the "post-metal" and "doomgaze" movements that took shape in the following decade. Waves of metal sub-subgenres have peaked and subsided since then, but Will Haven are still around, and are still finding ways to stay ahead of the curve. I spoke with guitarist Jeff Irwin about how he finds the balance between "brutal" and "pretty", and how audiences reacted to the band's sound during their early years. We also discussed how an interest in numerology guided the release of the latest Will Haven album VII, and why groove is an important element of Will Haven's music. My thanks again to Jeff for speaking with me, and to you for listening. Music In This Episode: "Bootstraps" taken from the album Muerte "Jaworski" taken from the album WHVN "Diablito"/"Diablito II" "No Stars to Guide Me" taken from the album VII Thanks for listening! Interviews, reviews, and more at www.dreamsofconsciousness.com
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- Hưởng ứng Ngày Du lịch Việt Nam (09/7), hôm nay, tp Cần Thơ tổ chức Khai mạc “Ngày hội Du lịch Văn hóa chợ nổi Cái Răng” TP. Cần Thơ lần thứ VII năm 2023. Đây là một trong những sự kiện thường niên của TP Cần Thơ nói chung và quận Cái Răng nói riêng, nhằm giới thiệu, quảng bá hình ảnh “Văn hóa Chợ nổi Cái Răng”, các sản phẩm du lịch đến với du khách trong nước và quốc tế. Đồng thời tạo điều kiện để các đơn vị, cơ sở kinh doanh kết nối liên kết sản phẩm du lịch, tour tuyến. Chủ đề : Khai mạc, Ngày hội Du lịch, Văn hóa chợ nổi Cái Răng - Cần Thơ --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/vov1tintuc/support
In this episode we are looking at the teaching of Christ-Jesus and His Course in Miracles in regard to clarifying once more the difference between knowledge and perception, what is of God and what is believed to be the "devil". All of these beliefs dissolve in the Light of truth, and knowing can reveal what is eternally true, who we Are in Creation. Eating of the 'tree of knowledge' is explained as a symbolic expression for 'incorporating into the self the ability for self-creation', making an image of itself. This begin of the self-concept was 'forbidden to eat'. Since man ate of it he made the belief in separation very real and very fearful. To feel the Love of God within us now... is the reversal and awakening from the dream of death, also now. ◊ We are sharing A Course in Miracles as given in in the Notes correlating with — chapter 3-XI.-1-13 Complete & Annotated Edition, published in FIP-Edition as chapter 3–VII, and parts of the Lesson 189 of the Workbook — ACIM-Reflections (77).YouTube: https://youtu.be/ASvo46wW0xE
Back to the first Strange New World in "Among the Lotus Eaters"! The only problem is, we may not remember it for very long... Matt even had to watch it a second time, maman! There really is something about Rigel VII...This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/3212152/advertisement
En este episodio de #PodcastLaTrinchera regresa el Lcdo. José Javier Lamas para una sesión de nerdeo jurídico y análisis profundo sobre cuatro decisiones controvertidas del Tribunal Supremo de los Estados Unidos publicadas el 29 y 30 de junio de 2023 y listadas abajo. Consideradas en conjunto, las decisiones pueden representar un revolución jurídica en lo que ha sido el ordenamiento federal desde la época de los 1960.- 303 Creative LLC v. Elenis donde se decide que una diseñadora de páginas web para bodas tiene el derecho, bajo la Primera Enmienda de la Constitución, de negarse a crear páginas web para bodas de parejas del mismo sexo por estar en desacuerdo con las mismas y el estado de Colorado no puede sancionar a la diseñadora bajo la ley estatal prohibiendo discrimen por orientación sexual. - Groff v. Postmaster General donde se decide que bajo el Título VII del “Civil Rights Act of 1964”, un patrono que rechace proveer un acomodo razonable por las prácticas religiosas de un empleado tiene el peso de la prueba para demostrar que el acomodo fue rechazado porque resultaría en un incremento sustancial de costos en conexión con la conducta empresarial particular del patrono.- Student for Fair Admissions, Inc. v. President & Fellows of Harvard University donde se decide que políticas de acción afirmativa raciales en la admisión de estudiante universitarios están prohibidas bajo la Cláusula de Igual Protección de las Leyes de la Decimocuarta Enmienda de la Constitución. - Biden v. Nebraska donde se decide que el Secretario de Educación no tenía autoridad legal para condonar en el 2022 un total de $430 mil millones de préstamos estudiantiles bajo el “HEROES Act of 2003” en conexión con la pandemia COVID-19 cuando la misma estaba próxima a concluirse y el Congreso nunca le delegó tal poder al Presidente o el Secretario.El Lcdo. Lamas es un litigante con experiencia y pericia en litigios complejos y temas de seguro y derecho civil. Es miembro de las directivas de varios cuerpos del Colegio de Abogados de Puerto Rico y activista en el Movimiento Victoria Ciudadana. Sobrino y Lamas componen el Panel de Guayaberas en el programa Sin Tapujos con Jonathan Lebrón-Ayala todos los viernes (más o menos) a las 7:30am por WIAC 740AM.Para contactar a Christian Sobrino y #PodcastLaTrinchera, nada mejor que mediante las siguientes plataformas:Facebook: @PodcastLaTrincheraTwitter: @zobrinovichInstagram: zobrinovichThreads: @zobrinovich"Los cambios de los años de la década del 1960, con los derechos civiles como su enfoque, no eran simplemente un gran elemento nuevo en la Constitución. Sino que constituían una constitución rival contra la cuál la constitución original era frecuentemente incompatible [...] Mucho de lo que hemos llamado polarización o falta de civismo en años recientes es algo mucho más grave - es una falta de consenso sobre cuál de las dos constituciones prevalecerá..." - Christopher Caldwell
The whole gang is back together this week to talk some Star Wars movie news and the official reveal Star Wars Outlaws, and Tim recounts his experience at the premiere of the new Indiana Jones film! And stick around at the end for our second Phoenix Fan Fusion panel where we talk about Jedi Survivor […]
For additional notes and resources check out Douglas' website.I. THESISJesus was a zealot, advocating violence to overthrow the occupying Romans as well as the corrupt priesthood.For Jesus, the Kingdom of God is very much of this world . John 18:36 has been totally misunderstood . The kingdom is political.Jesus intended that the twelve tribes be reconstituted for a single purpose: war .Jesus was a violent man. The God of violence is “the only God that Jesus knew and the sole God he worshipped” . However, later Aslan seems to backtrack: “Nor can Jesus be labeled a violent revolutionary bent on armed rebellion…” .Yet Jesus failed to reestablish nation of Israel .The church changed the true Jesus into a more heavenly figure with merely otherworldly interests. They “transformed Jesus from a revolutionary zealot to a Romanized demigod, from a man who tried and failed to free the Jews from Roman oppression to a celestial being wholly uninterested in anyearthly matter” . The apostle Paul was the leader of this reinterpretation. “[Paul's] conception of Jesus as Christ would have been shocking and plainly heretical, which is why, around 57 C.E., James and the apostles demand that Paul come to Jerusalem to answer for his deviant teachings” . The early church followed suit, and replaced the zealot Jesus with a heavenly figure , putting Paul's letters into the N.T. Today we have the wrong N.T., thanks to Paul's influence .Yet the Messiah was to be the Prince of Peace. "He will judge between the nations and will settle disputes for many peoples. They will beat their swords into plowshares and their spears into pruning hooks. Nation will not take up sword against nation, nor will they train for war anymore" (Isa 2:4). (Joel 3:10 – preparation for war.) "He will judge between many peoples and will settle disputes for strong nations far and wide. They will beat their swords into plowshares and their spears into pruning hooks. Nation will not take up sword against nation, nor will they train for war anymore" (Mic 4:3).How would the church have survived through 60 years of disillusionment, given they knew Jesus' mission was a failure?In short, Jesus was a revolutionary zealot. Not just a radical man with an amazingly spiritual message, but a violent encourager of murder, rioting, and violent takeover.II. STRENGTHS & INSIGHTSStyleHis no-nonsense approach (despite the many erroneous claims) leaves no doubt as to where the author stands. I find this preferable to the ambling, highly qualified language of many religious writers.Aslan uses highly florid language, which makes reading him rather enjoyable -- provided the reader recognizes the many rare words he uses.Historical backgroundGood job describing various sects of the Jews and zealots and pseudo-messiahs.Great analysis of the working relationship between Pilate and Caiaphas.Nice explanation of the origins and thinking of the Samaritans.Historical insightPoor farmers of Galilee subjected to indignity of turning over earnings to rapacious priests! Demolishes the Roman Catholic notions of the virginity of Mary and the papacy of Peter .Helpful reminder that the Temple served as a bank .Unlike other itinerant wonder-workers in the ancient world, Jesus healed gratis .The Romans' victory over Israel in the First Jewish War (66-70 AD) wasn't merely over the Jews, but over their god.John the Baptist's popularity perhaps increased through his not relying on his priestly privileges . (John was a Levite, born to Levite parents -- see Luke 1.)Aslan admits that it is more likely the Gnostics borrowed from Christianity when they constructed their esoteric doctrine and myths, rather than the other way around .The belief in a dying and rising messiah did not exist in Judaism . (Right--but that doesn't mean the Messiah couldn't die or rise! What about Isa 53?)Things you may want to knowInteresting parallels between Jesus' Transfiguration and Moses' ascent on the mountain with his three companions .Cicero: “barbarian superstitions” of monotheism. Tacitus: “while they permit all that we abhor.”Josephus notes 24 sects in and around Jerusalem. And he calls Annas (Ananus) “the great hoarder of money” [198-199].Bible difficultiesCritics keep us on our toes!Two examples: Philip's wife is Salome, not Herodias. A solution? Also, the well-known difficulties surrounding Luke's census of Quirinius .III. APPROACHArguments from silenceJohn the Baptist doesn't realize who Jesus is in Mark 1. This means that the story has been jazzed up in the other gospel accounts .There is no cliff in Nazareth over which to push Jesus. Aslan is saying that since he does not think there is such a cliff in Nazareth, it didn't exist. But topography can change. Besides, I have seen such a precipice in Nazareth.The nighttime trial of the Sanhedrin was illegal -- therefore it didn't take place. . Yet the Sanhedrin felt urgency in dealing with this situation before Passover.Barabbas couldn't have been released because the custom is “nonsensical” . Yet Pilate negotiates with the crowd over Jesus' possible release. Why would such a custom contradict what we know of Pilate?Speculation“So when Stephen saw the gaggle of hirsute men and ragged women huddled beneath a portico in the Temple's outer court—simple provincials who had sold their possessions and given the proceeds to the poor….—he probably did not pay much attention at first” .Paul wasn't asked by the high priest to hunt down Christians…  Yet by Paul's own admission (Acts 22:4-5), “I persecuted the followers of this Way to their death, arresting both men and women and throwing them into prison, as the high priest and all the Council can themselves testify. I even obtained letters from them to their associates in Damascus, and went there to bring these people as prisoners to Jerusalem to be punished.”Fondness for quoting liberals at far end of theological spectrum.Calling into question uncontroversial points, e.g. that Acts is part 2 of Luke .Leading statements: Jesus' brothers named after great heroes of Judaism (implying a radical revolutionary tendency ran in the family) .Shock statements that aren't quite true… but are later clarified, once the shock has been felt -- usually a few paragraphs later.E.g. the Romans walking up cliff side of Masada, “shields up, swords drawn” – as Aslan makes clear, he well knows it took many weeks for the Romans to advance up that side of the mountain .Or that the meeting between Pilate and Jesus is ludicrous…. A reasonable argument can be made for it having happened. Aslan claims the “trial” before Pilate “beggars the imagination” and is “pure legend” . There was no “trial” before Pilate . Yet the gospels never say there was a trial. Further, while at first Aslan mocks the idea, later on he states that for a potential political prisoner, Pilate might well have made time to see him -- and John Meier makes a compelling case for the position !Assertions without proofJesus ChristJesus could not have understood the "Son of Man" as a divine figure (as in 4 Ezra) . But what about Daniel 7?Mark 9 tells us that Jesus' transfiguration affected only his clothes  (which it doesn't) -- therefore his body (unlike Moses' -- Exod 34) wasn't glowing.There are no OT messianic prophecies that say the Messiah will do miracles . Really?! How about Isaiah 42, 60, etc?More than a few biblical scholars have openly labeled Jesus a magician [108-109]. I know of only one (Morton Smith).All the miracle stories of Jesus have been embellished .Daniel's Anointed One isn't killed (Dan 9:26), but only cut off . Yet it's not clear whether "cut off" implies death, so there's no room for dogmatism here.Jesus didn't stay in the desert for a time of testing, but in order to spend time learning from John the Baptist .Apostles and other leadersMatthew isn't Levi . Yet two names were common (e.g. Simon Peter, John Mark).Jesus recruited from among “the fishing village's disaffected youth” . But why can't Simon and Andrew be the same age as Jesus? (Rob Bell wants them to be teenagers, but he goes too far.)Few if any of the apostles agreed that Paul was a disciple [184-185].Paul never recounts his Damascus Road experience, which is a fabrication of Luke . Yet see Acts 22. The fact that the three accounts (Acts 9, 22, 26) have minor differences suggests Luke wasn't making up the story, nor was he concerned to rewrite it to make it less problematic.None of the apostles spoke Greek . Jesus and his disciples were illiterate peasants [203, 226]. Aslan should read Alan Millard's Reading and Writing in the Time of Jesus.The Jerusalem Christians didn't evangelize – they just blended in . Yet Acts 4, 5, 12!James took no baths .The church in Rome fell under authority of the Jerusalem church .Some assertions have weak proof, e.g. that Stephen led the independent Hellenistic community , and that the Hellenists held that Jesus came not to fulfill the law, but to abolish it (!). Or that the Church of Jerusalem was demolished in 70 AD [150, 212]. James and the Jerusalem Christians stayed in Jerusalem, awaiting coming of the Lord, and so were killed by Titus' army. But that would mean that they ignored Jesus' prophecy [Luke 21:20].IV. TONEMocking, SarcasticStephen's “long and rambling diatribe” .Luke is Paul's sycophant [184-185].On 500 soldiers accompanying the prisoner Paul: “This is absurd and can be flatly ignored” . But there's a plot afoot involving 40 men determined to kill Paul. The conspirators are armed, armed disturbances were somewhat common in Palestine, and the Romans know it. What number of soldiers does Aslan think the officer should have dispatched: 40? 100? 150? Might not the number of conspirators have been snowballing? Is this not a case of better safe than sorry?Reactionary comments -- which are frequently overstatements“With the help of his disciples he blocks the entrance to the courtyard, forbidding anyone carrying goods for sale or trade from entering the Temple. Then, as the crowd of vendors, worshippers, priests, and curious onlookers scramble over the scattered detritus, as a stampede of frightened animals, chased by their panicked owners, rushes headlong out of the Temple gates and into the choked streets of Jerusalem, as a corps of Roman guards and heavily armed Temple police blitz through the courtyard looking to arrest whoever is responsible for this mayhem, there stands Jesus, according to the gospels, aloof, seemingly unperturbed, crying out over the din: ‘It is written, “My house shall be called a house of prayer for all nations, but you have made it a den of thieves.”'” [74-75]Cleansing of temple caused a “riot” in the Court of the Gentiles .Jesus' apostolic band was “armed with swords” . But there were only 2, and Jesus discouraged their use – hence the unanimous pacifism of the early church.The “brief but bloody tussle” although two swords weren't enough .“Thus, on a bald hill covered in crosses, beset by moans of agony from hundreds of dying criminals, as a murder of crows circled eagerly over his head waiting for him to breathe his last…” Disunity and strife suppressedThe early Christians were fearful of John the Baptist's continuing influence: “frantic attempt to reduce John's significance” – and the truth that “Jesus very likely began his ministry as just another of his disciples” .In Acts Luke “paints a picture of perfect harmony between Paul and the council's members…” Gal 2:11 = “fierce public feud” – yet no evidence Peter lashed out in return, or rejected Paul's correction.Superior attitudeEven in the vocabulary: 98 lucubration; 108 Lugdunum (ancient Lyon)As though this were his own insight: “To the Jews, a crucified Messiah was nothing less than a contradiction in terms. The very fact of his crucifixion annulled his messianic claims” . Credit belongs to Paul more than to Aslan. Or the observation that wisdom is personified in Wisdom of Solomon as a woman (Sophia), in order to better connect with those with a Greek philosophical background . But this is in Proverbs, and is well known to those who read the Bible.“Two decades of scholarly research” [xx] – perhaps absorbed from the ultraliberal institutions where he did his study? (Harvard University, U Cal Santa Barbara, Santa Clara University -- Jesuit)Negative feelingPalpable hostility towards biblical Christians. Aslan admits his anger – “I angrily discarded my faith as if it were a costly forgery….” [xix].Paul's anger at James and the original apostles “seeps like poison through the pages of his later epistles” .One wonders if Aslan has projected his own negative emotions onto Paul!V. ERRORSWell over 100, not even counting all the mistakes highlighted in other sections of this podcast!Life of JesusPhil 2:7 doesn't support the incarnation – because Jesus is one of God's first creations, the "firstborn" . But what about Ps 89:27? "And I will appoint him to be my firstborn, the most exalted of the kings of the earth."The incarnation is rejected , as well as the divinity of Christ. But what about Mal 3, Ezek 34, Ps 110, and many other passages?Jesus was a tekton (builder, carpenter, mason...) only in Mark 6:3 . Aslan has forgotten Matt 13:55.“He will baptize you with the Holy Spirit and fire” suggests arson .Aslan assumes "the Kingdom of God is at hand" means that the end of world is near  –a common mistake among those unfamiliar with the already/not yet of Christian theology.The Parable of the Sower is mainly anticlerical . Yet the parable is about loving one's neighbor.The Temple in Jesus' time was 500m x 300m – this was the complex, not the temple proper. (To be fair, in John's gospel, however, sometimes the entire Temple Mount complex is referred to as the temple.)Jesus was joking when he told the leper to go show himself to the priest, since the leprosy was gone. Aslan seems to have misunderstood Lev 14 .There would have been no need for a large band of soldiers to snatch Jesus -- yet later Aslan admits a sizeable crowd went to Gethsemane to arrest Jesus ! He seems to be changing his mind, or rethinking, even as he is writing his book.After confessing he's the Messiah, Jesus then muddies everything by identifying himself with the Son of Man in Daniel (Mark 14:62) . Aslan seems unable to grasp the two sides of the Messiah, Lion and Lamb (Rev 5) -- the same mistake so many of Jesus' Jewish contemporaries made.When the crowd (manipulated by Annas and Caiaphas) is manipulating Pilate – “We have no king but Caesar!” -- Aslan claims they couldn't have said that .Pilate is portrayed as a righteous but weak-willed man in the gospels ! He is increasingly exonerated in the gospels . He tries to save Jesus because he thinks he may be the Son of God (!) The crucifixion required three iron spikes . Actually, the skeletal evidence of crucified persons indicates the Romans used four nails.Crucified people would hang on the cross for hours . Actually, days were a more common.Mark wasn't interested in Jesus' resurrection . Really? What about Jesus' predictions of his resurrection, several of which Mark records?Our author claims the series: Last Supper—Betrayal—Arrest—Sanhedrin—Herod & Pilate—Cross—Burial—Resurrection is what it is for liturgical reasons [153-154]. But what else could it be if Jesus was betrayed?Re: Luke 24:44-46 – there isn't a single line of scripture on the suffering, death, and resurrection on the third day of the Messiah . But the resurrection is prefigured in Dan 6; Gen 22; Ps 16; Ezek 37 and more clearly identified in Dan 12 and the DSS 4Q521.The apostlesPaul was uninterested in the words of Jesus . Common claim. What about Acts 20:35? 1 Cor 11? Quite a few allusions to Jesus' words?James forces Paul to (hypocritically) back down from his anti-Torah position, taking an oath and joining others in this vow (Acts 21:23)….[195-197, 208-209]. But what about 1 Cor 9:20? "To the Jews I became like a Jew, to win the Jews. To those under the law I became like one under the law (though I myself am not under the law), so as to win those under the law." Besides, Paul has a positive view of the law (read Romans). He argues that the gospel is for the Jew first, then the Gentile (Rom 1:16) – and this is in one of the letters Aslan agrees Paul actually wrote. Further, Paul's custom was to share the gospel with the Jews, through speaking invitations at synagogues… When he wore out his welcome, then he turned to the Gentiles. If he were as anti-Torah as Aslan insinuates, it is doubtful he would ever be invited back for a second lesson!Paul disagrees with James over salvation . They use the same passages to prove opposite things (James 2; Romans 4). But works and faith are two sides of a coin. Aslan's position is based on an old and tired argument. Paul required nothing for salvation but faith in Christ . Aslan claims Rom 10:13 contradicts Matt 7:21 .Aslan misses Paul's point in 2 Cor – which he calls "Corinthians" (proofreader lapse?) – when he makes Paul call the Jerusalem apostles "servants of Satan…" . But Paul's opponents valued prestige, comfort, honor; they did not suffer. The "super-apostles" Paul excoriates cannot be the Jerusalem apostles, who it seems were nearly as poor as Paul!Re: Paul's arrest in Jerusalem: He is mistaken for the Egyptian – and this is the only reason he was taken into custody by the Romans [194-195]. But Paul denied being this person, and the text makes it clear that once corrected the commander still decides to refer the case up the ladder of command (Acts 21:39).After his meeting with the Jewish leaders in Acts 28, "Paul vowed from that moment on to preach to none but the gentiles, ‘for they will listen' (Acts 28:26-29)” . Yet the text indicates a mixed reaction -- some Jews were persuaded by Paul. True, in Acts 28:28 Paul says he will focus on the Gentiles, but not only the Gentiles. In fact, this isn't a change of missionary strategy for Paul, since that has been his method all along: first the Jew, then the Gentile...James (presumably unlike Paul, who cared little about earthly matters) truly cares for the poor . What? Gal 2:10! 2 Cor 8-9!Simon Peter “swore he witnessed the resurrection with his own eyes, as did many others among them…" . This is false. There were no eyewitnesses of the resurrection, unless the Roman soldiers were able to see what was happening (which seems unlikely). Many witnessed Jesus after the resurrection, however.Later ChristianityAslan confuses the Circumcision Party (as in Titus 1 and Acts 15) and Jewish Christianity .James loses credibility to Paul because of the nascent doctrine of the virginity of Mary (James being Jesus' brother) . An interesting possibility, and there may be some truth in it, but biblical Christians accord equal respect -- and obedience -- to the teaching of both James and Paul.The Ebionite movement continuing to teach the theology of James . Yet biblical scholars note that this movement wasn't really a Christian movement, since they rejected Christ's divinity. In Zealot Aslan seems to believe that James believed in the Second Coming of his brother -- in contradiction to the Ebionites.Judaean Christians shared with none but their fellow Jews. Love thy neighbor means one's fellow Jew . But what about Luke 23:34, Luke 10:25-37? Matthew 5:38-48?Ancient languagesGreek errors: Matt 11:12 – the kingdom “operates by force” . In Acts 15, Aslan has krino mean “I decree” rather than "It is my judgment" . Overstated! He spells basileus (king) as "Baselius" .Hebrew: He denies that in Isa 7:14 'almah is virgin. Yet the point is that that was how the ancient Jews understood it, as evidenced in the LXX, where 'almah is rendered parthenos. Aslan writes Xristos and Yesus ha Xristos – confusing the two languages!Latin: dinarii should be denarii. Aslan claims Pilatus means “skilled with the javelin”  -- yet at most this means "armed with a javelin."Other: the kingdom of Medea  should be Media.Dating & ChronologyPaul's conversion 37 AD  (more like 32 or 33 – which Aslan admits, citing Martin Hengel).Phil about 49 AD [170 AD]. But Paul hadn't even visited Corinth that early. Philippi wasn't a city visited on the First Missionary Journey!1 Cor written 50 AD . This is too early -- See the Gallio Inscription.Peter and Paul were executed 66 AD . He should have given a range of acceptable dates, since the persecution began in 64, and Nero died in 68.All four the gospels were written after 70 AD . But most scholars put Mark c.65 AD. (E.g., the fire and other details of 70 AD are missing in the prophecy of Mark 13.)Paul wrote only 7 letters….. Aslan makes it sounds like Nero sends Vespasian after Masada. (I had to read this section three times to figure out what was going on!) Simple proof-reading would have caught that [60-61].Gospel of Thomas in late 1st or early 2nd century. More likely dates to the late 2nd C.Eusebius' church history Aslan puts in the 3rd C – yet it was probably written in the 320s. All scholars consider his Historia Ecclesiae a 4th-century work.The Sepphoris synagogue(s) date to the 5th and 6th century. Yet Aslan implies that the Byzantine period synagogue was there in the 1st century . Aslan fails to mention that, as he paints a picture of cosmopolitan and wordly Jews.Jesus had a two-year ministry. John's gospel suggests a ministry of 3 or 3.5 years.Old Testament / Judaism errorsAslan mocks the notion that the law was given through angels, as Stephen claims in Acts 7  Later, however, he but admits the idea does come into Judaism (as we see in Gal 3:19).Passover celebration is mainly a political act . While there are political nuances, it was far more than a mere political statement.Aslan uncritically accepts the tradition that when serving in the Holy of Holies the high priest was tied to a rope, in case he died while on duty  , without letting the reader know that this is in doubt. The tradition might be true, but it is a mistake to present a possibility as a fact.His view of the Conquest is extreme (utter annihilation) . The O.T. depicts a replacement of the Canaanite population through war, flight, conversion, and intermarriage.David spoke about himself in Ps 16, not the Messiah [166-167]. Yet that doesn't mean the application is wrong. In general, the early Christians used texts to prove Jesus was the Christ that were widely accepted in Judaism.VI. [OUTLANDISH] QUOTESPaul insists he is far superior to all the other apostles . “Simply put, Paul does not consider himself the thirteenth apostle. He thinks he is the first" .About the Gospels: “Factual accuracy was irrelevant. What mattered was Christology, not history” . Yet Christianity is a historical religion—a faith anchored in history. If God did not visit our world, if Jesus did not take our sins on the Cross and rise from the dead, then our faith is vain.“Simon Peter was “displaying the reckless confidence of one uninitiated in the scriptures” . Yet I'm not so sure those lacking training would have been as confident as Simon Peter. After all, he was learned in that he had received three years of training from the best teacher on earth -- far better than the typical course of being a disciple to a rabbi.“Paul had no idea who the living Jesus was, nor did he care" .“Paul's breezy dismissal of the very foundations of Judaism was as shocking to the leaders of the Jesus movement in Jerusalem as it would have been to Jesus himself” .“The story of the zealous Galilean peasant and Jewish nationalist who donned the mantle of messiah and launched a foolhardy rebellion against the corrupt Temple priesthood and the vicious Roman occupation comes to an abrupt end, not with his death on the cross, nor with the empty tomb, but at the first moment one of his followers [like Paul] dares suggest he is God” . But Paul was thoroughly Jewish. The idea of Christ's divinity was not easily digestible -- especially to a Jew.VII. CONCLUSIONThe thesis – that Jesus was a failed revolutionary – is a failed thesis. It is deeply flawed.Aslan makes the same mistake made by those who rejected Jesus as true Messiah in his own day!Aslan admits that once he rejected Christianity he was “confused and spiritually unmoored” [xix]. This shows in his book.One appropriate adjective for the thesis / book: tendentious.Zealot received many accolades—I notice that none are from biblical scholars.Should people read this book?Although I cannot recommend the book as a source for solid information, there are some interesting parts.Further, so much is skewed that many Christians will be put off by Zealot. They will feel belittled.However, teachers, preachers, and other church leaders should know their Bibles well enough to be able to refute these claims, to give truth and confidence to those who may be rattled by teachers like Aslan. That means someone needs to wade in and devote some time to untangling the critics' arguments.
EP316 is the return of Jeff Irwin of Will Haven. Will Haven's newest album "VII" is releasing on 7/7 so we talk about it! We also talk about his career, our mutual love of Kill Tony, their upcoming "Carpe Diem" anniversary tour, their connection with Deftones and much more! Cheers! Video: https://youtu.be/iKLJmMRWfQ8 Follow Will Haven: @willhavenband Pre-order "VII": https://willhaven.bandcamp.com/album/vii PLEASE check out the Patreon page. Support the podcast and earn exclusive content like full audio interviews from Psycho Las Vegas from acts like Andrew WK, Red Fang, CKY and more. www.patreon.com/rrbg Sponsors! Saint Joints Check out our friends at Saints Joints providing the Pacific Northwest with carefully crafted Mixed Strain Joint packs. Featuring artwork from artists such as Skinner. Thunderking Coffee The best coffee in Southern California...period. Roasted in Costa Mesa, they are huge supporters of live music, collaborate with Violent Gentlemen, great people, family owned and seriously the most delicious coffee beans you can get. Pick some up now at: www.thunderkingcoffee.com
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I. The Importance of Building Tribe What does it mean to have “Tribe”. Define what Tribe means. Why is this an important topic to discuss in today's climate? Why are we connecting Dog Training and Building Tribe? We often take our connection with the dogs for granted, and how much similarity there is between our interpersonal connections and our connection with our dogs. II. The Foundation: Trust and Respect (Link to Dog Training) -Discuss the importance of trust and respect in dog training. -Translate these concepts into building human relationships within your tribe. -Building a Tribe doesn't mean that you are close friends with everyone and that you would trust them to have your back. It is about having a network that offers mutual benefit to both parties. III. Clear Communication: The Key to Successful Training and a Thriving Tribe -Discuss the role of clear, consistent communication in dog training. -Explain how these principles apply to human interactions within a community or tribe. -We often make the mistake of thinking we have to share everything about our lives with every member of our Tribe. There are many different levels to your Tribe, and communication should be catered to each accordingly. IV. Positive Reinforcement: Encouraging Desired Behavior -Talk about the concept of positive reinforcement in dog training. -Discuss how this can be adapted to encourage participation, engagement, and positive behavior within your tribe. -Always remember that relationships go both ways. You want to be a benefit to each member of your network as well as find members of the network that can benefit you. You get more of what you encourage and less of what you discourage…generally speaking. V. Handling Conflict: Lessons from Behavior Correction in Dog Training -Discuss techniques used in dog training to correct undesirable behaviors. -Explore how these strategies can be applied to conflict resolution within your tribe. -Don't make the mistake of thinking that every disagreement is worth arguing over. It doesn't matter the political perspective of your butcher or plumber. It is more important to find the areas where you have common ground to build a relationship. VI. Consistency and Routine: Building a Reliable Tribe -Discuss the importance of consistency and routine in dog training. -Translate this to the building of reliable relationships and regular engagement within your tribe. -Invest into the people in your tribe. You can do this be supporting their business and proving to be a loyal customer. You can do it by having bar-b-que and developing closer relationships with certain people. VII. The Role of Patience and Persistence in Training and Tribe Building -Discuss the need for patience and persistence in dog training. -Relate this to the time and effort required to build a strong, connected tribe. -This is not an over night experience. I have been at events where people are running around frantically trying to build a Tribe in a weekend. That is not how any of this works. - Websites: fortressk9.com ; fortressk9.com/puppies ; k9academy.us - NOSTR pub key npub1j8neuc5udhsp3z336zgzlgwslxwf3gulh4fyxk2w22hxsuvv2emq4xyua7 - Email: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org - Text me at 813-836-9244. Do not call, but I respond to text. - Learn more about our dogs for sale at fortressk9.com - Learn more about our puppies for sale at fortressk9.com/our-dogs/puppies - Learn more about our online and in person dog training options at k9academy.us - Follow me on Instagram at @fortressk9; @fortressk9.puppies; @k9academy.us - Follow me on TikTok at @fortressk9 - Follow me on Twitter at @fortressk9 - Follow me on TruthSocial at @fortressk9 - Follow me on LinkedIn at @fortressk9
June of 2020: I revealed my ranking of the entire Friday the 13th franchise and we covered my favorite (part VI) and least favorite (part VII) movies on that list.June of 2021: I began our journey, start to finish, of the franchise by reviewing parts I and II.June of 2022: We took a trip to the third dimension with part III.June of 2023: The franchise comes to an end w/ "The Final Chapter"... or does it?Enter Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter. The franchise takes a stab at an epic conclusion by hiring a big name actor like Corey Feldman, nabbing up a big up and coming star in Crispin Glover and, securing the talents of Kimberly Beck who, surely, was a recognizable face at the time.Generally, "The Final Chapter" is regarded as the height of the franchise - so, it would appear their epic conclusion was a success. Do I feel the same?I''ll cover this movie from every aspect in this review and following are the Time Stamps for each section:Intro & TrailerAbout the Movie & Do I Recommend it? - 0:03:40RT & IMDB Ratings - 0:09:43Internet Reviews - 0:12:08Walk-Through - 0:23:08Favorite Scene - 0:49:53Technical Ratings - 0:50:38Interesting Facts - 1:09:19
Beyond perception-(2): Reflections on the correction of symbols -- In this episode we are looking at the teaching of Christ-Jesus and His Course in Miracles in regard to the correction of symbols which is taking place at any time so that the Soul's true functions - which are knowing, loving and creating - can be recognized and extended. Coming from the understanding that bodies are but symbols, and that Love needs no symbols in order to be true, HE teaches that Forgiveness is the healing of the perception of symbols. All that this teaching indicates is: "Do not perceive yourself in different lights. Know Yourself in the One Light, where the miracle which is you is perfectly clear." ◊ We are sharing A Course in Miracles as given in in the Notes correlating with FIP-Edit. chapter 3–V.-6-10 — (3-VII.-8-17 Complete & Annotated Edition) and parts of the Lesson 161 of the Workbook — ACIM-Reflections (73).YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qoYfPbJQd4c