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Today we have a two hour radio debate between Reformed Apologist TurretinFan and Catholic Apologist William Albrecht debating on the Immaculate Conception, Was Mary a Sinless Child bearer? TurretinFan is on facebook and like his page and you can also find out more at his blog and You Tube pages at:
William Albrecht has a B.A. in theology and is a member of the Catholic apostolate, the Catholic Legate.
As lesbians, the way we conceive, typically, is through donor conception, and donor conception is whole new paradigm for most of us. There are many intricacies, details and lots of new information to learn. How do sperm banks work? How selective are they with the guys that may be the future biological father of your child? What kind of background study do they do on these guys? How extensively do they test for disease or genetic conditions? How many biological siblings might your child have out in the world? How do they handle future contact with the donor? How do you talk to your child about donor conception? What are the chances your child is going to want to contact their donor? Alice Ruby, executive director The Sperm Bank of California (TSBC) is on the show to answer these questions and more. TSBC was the first sperm bank in the country to serve lesbians and other unmarried women. As the only non-profit sperm bank in the country, TSBC does immense amounts of research the outcomes and implications of donor conception for parents, donor-conceived individuals, and donors. TSBC offers tons of resources on their site for lesbian parents looking to conceive. Find out why TSBC may be a great option for your choice in sperm banks.
Find out more about The Sperm Bank of California at https://www.thespermbankofca.org/.
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THE MAN CALLED JESUS **THE CHRIST** WAS BORN FROM THE "SPERM" OF JOSEPH AND HIS MOTHER WAS NAMED MARY. THE IDEA OF EMACULATE CONCEPTION WAS DERIVED FROM AN ANCIENT BABYLONIAN PAGAN MYTH. WHEN PAGAN CHRISTIANS MADE CHRISTIANITY THE OFFICAL RELIGION OF ROME ROMANS IMPOSED THEIR BABYLONIAN MYTH INTO THE GOSPEL OF CHRIST. IN ANCIENT BABYLON NIMROD WAS A MAN SUPPOSEDLY BORN FROM THE **SUN GOD** BY THE EMMUCATE CONCEPTION OF HIS MOTHER NAMED SARAMASIS. THIS EMACULATE CONCEPTION WAS ALSO BELIEVED BY ANCIENT EGYPTIANS WHO WORSHIPED THE "SUN" AS A GOD. THE "BIBLE" TEACHES JESUS WAS A BIOLOGICAL DESCENDANT OF ABRAHAM, ISSAC, JACOB, KING DAVID AND FINALLY HIS HEBREW FATHER KNOW AS JOSEPH. THAT IS THE PROPHESIED BLOOD LINE OF JESUS THE MAN BORN OF FLESH AND BLOOD. SCRIPTURE SAYS ANTI CHRISTS WILL "DENY" THAT JESUS WAS BORN IN THE FLESH.
In order to reach the stages of creating an immaculate conception, a person would need to have achieved a oneness with God or the Christ Consciousness. The Mental and Spiritual aspects play a major role as well as a person's desires and purpose. We will be covering many of the secrets for Immaculate conception and learning how to regain the lost knowledge.
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JOINING US THIS EVENING IS Brother (Ma-Son) NTR Nb Akhu Zp Ztpy Odofo Katema Founder of The PR NTR Research Center of African History and Ancient Studies he is a Mdw NTR Student/Sebaty independent Researcher and Authour
Topics that will be discussed are The African Conception of the lake of fire, and why did the ancients come up with the concept, easter and Nefertari
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What is the role of conception, the parent' relationship pre-conception, pregnancy and natural birthing have to do with later in life and the possibility of creating a better, healthier, happier, peaceful, just and sustainable world? How about most everything?
Join me in a Round Table discussion about this powerful subject with Dr. Francois Amigues, Osteopath, President of Ideal Family and of the Canadian Association of Prenatal Education. Filmmaker Monica Matos (Life Imitates Birth),writer and Utopian Laura Uplinger (Gift for the Unborn Children),and midwife, doula, Carla Machado.
Laura Uplinger, Prenatal and perinatal educator for more than 30 years, Author, alumni board member ofAPPPAH (Association for Prenatal & Perinatal Psychology and Health). Carla Machado, President of ANEP Brasil (National Association for Prenatal Education)
How many hoops are you willing to go through to conceive? How much can you handle emotionally? Some lesbians get pregnant really easy, given our means of conception through artificial insemination. Some lesbians have a few challenges. Some women have a lot of challenges! Tune in to find out how one lesbian warrior mama fought the good fight (for 4 years!!) and came out on top! Leah Straley shares her journey and the tools she used to get pregnant and stay sane along the way.
Leah's personal fertility essential oil blend recipe (using doTERRA oils):
20 drops clary sage
20 drops geranium
15 drops fennel
5-10 drops frankinsense
The path to conception is not a direct one for many of us. Many women have to overcome obstacles in their journey to conception. That journey can be very emotional, enlightenting, heartbreaking and transformational. Emily Unter-King is one such warrior who turned her challenges into gifts and ultimately into a healthy pregnancy. Emily has been an amazing resource for me in my conception journey; I was very excited she accepted my request to share her story to educate and inspire others. Tune in to share in Emily's journey to becoming a lesbian mom.
Find out more about Emily at http://intuitivebodypilates.com/.
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On The Conception's first show, we will hear a little background on the host, hopes for the show, and then find out if women are more concerned with men's genital size or sexual skills
Today on Fresh Manna at www.blogtalkradio.com/freshmanna at 10:30 a.m. CST: Listen to the Summary and Review from our previous School of Ministry Online Bible Study Lesson the discussion will be on: THE IMMACULATE CONCEPTION - THE CHOSEN VESSEL OF THE LORD
Join Apostle Williams as she teaches Biblical principles every THURSDAY EVENINGS 7:30 p.m. Daylight Savings Time. We encourage you to participate, further your Christian Education and knowledge of the Bible. Oasis Teleconference Line: CALL 1-404-920-6699 - ENTER YOUR PARTICIPANT CODE: 45636677# for further information visit the Oasis World Wide News Publication Website Online Bible Study Page at http://www.oasisnewspublication.com/id73.html
BIBLE STUDY SCRIPTURE TEXT: (Joshua 1:8) This book of the law shall not depart out of thy mouth; but thou shalt meditate therein day and night, that thou mayest observe to do according to all that is written therein: for then thou shalt make thy way prosperous, and then thou shalt have good success.
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The Immaculate Conception term is what many use when referring to the birth of Jesus. In doing so the Catholic Church has touted that Matthew 1 meant that Isaiah Chapter 7 was strictly referring to the birth of the Messiah of Israel. We don't believe so!! Let's see why...
Annoyed with how "unsexy" and clinical the lesbian conception process can be? Wishing you could actually deeply connect with your partner during baby making rather than having to stop and decide who's going to push the plunger down in the syringe this time? Find yourself wishing you could knock up your lady the old fashioned way? Having penis envy? Frustrate no further! Introducing The Semenette, the first and only lesbian conception tool that allows you to make love and make a baby at the exact same time!
Creator Stephanie Berman is on LezBeMommies Radio sharing how you and your partner can have a more authentic, passionate and fulfilling journey making baby.
Find out more about The Semenette at thesemenette.com and on their YouTube page https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1hfPyVJVLYnxsS4vOcRK1Q.
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