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This show will explore corporal punishment in the Black community. Is it safe to say that this form of punishment stems from slavery and the way that "massa" disciplined the slaves? Or is it the biblical model for raising children? Does God call forcorporal punishment or is it a leftover from days gone by? **Show Is NOT LIVE, Please DO NOT Call In, Previously Recorded**
This show will explore corporal punishment in the Black community. Is it safe to say that this form of punishment stems from slavery and the way that "massa" disciplined the slaves? We'll discuss this and much more tonight at 7:00PM so please join and weigh in on the discussion.
This show will explore corporal punishment in the Black community. Is it safe to say that this form of punishment stems from slavery and the way that "massa" disciplined the slaves? **Show Is NOT LIVE, Please DO NOT Call In, Previously Recorded**
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The pending child abuse case against Minnesota Viking Adrian Peterson has brought spanking, a common form of child discipline used by parents, back into public scrutiny.
"By the the time they reach adolescence, 85 percent of the nation's children will have been, at one point or another, spanked," Dr. Alan Kazdin, a psychologist at Yale University told ABC News.
Corporal punishment in the home
This Monday, "The FX" will discuss the topic of Abuse. We have read and talked about the "hot topics" in the media, but Monday we will attempt to go a little further into the topic. In dealing with Domestic Abuse, we will examine how to recognize that you are in an abusive relationship as well as the steps needed to get out of it.
Also we will look at the time old tradition that many of us have experience... spankings. "...when I was growing up, I use to get whippings all the time and I turned out fine..." We've either heard that comment or said it. The question has come up recently, "does Corporal Punishment encourage rather than deters violent behavior?"
Experience the "FX" and tune in Monday night at 7/8p (ct/et)
"To Switch or Not To Switch: Corporal Punishment and the Traditions of Spankings"
Only at www.blogtalkradio.com/thegreenhousefx or listen on your phone: 818-691-7412
"Nothing stops a person who desires to achieve. Every obstacle is simply a course to develop one's achievement muscle. It's strengthen of his/her powers of accomplishment." Thomas Carlyle
Rebroadcast of the long running radio program, "The Ave Maria Hour", a presentation of the Franciscan Friars of the Atonement. www.AtonementFriars.org
The Catholic Church teaches in our Catechism that “the works of mercy are charitable actions by which we come to the aid of our neighbor in his spiritual and bodily necessities.”
Suffering caused by deprivation of material well-being, oppression, illness, and death are all signs of our frailty as humans. Our Catechism also teaches us that our need for salvation is a result of our original sin. All the members of Christ’s Church are required to work on behalf of those who suffer. The Corporal Works of Mercy are the seven practices of charity, based on Christ’s prediction of the Last judgment that we find in the Gospel of Matthew (Matthew 25:41). We are reminded that in doing these things, we are serving Christ Himself.
Tune-in to calendar announcements for current awareness-activism entitled, "Take it Out, John Kline!" (http://youtu.be/BoKK5HcygE8) for having the success of "Ending Corporal Punishment in Schools Act," HR 5005, federal "legislative protection" for American sons and daughters while they are on USA school property in the hands of US government-funded employees.
This event will last from December 1-December 19, 2014, one day for each of the 19 US states where taking a wooden board* to strike American school age sons and daughter remains "legal."
More: Review "Timeline" at: www.facebook.com/groups/259691040902980.
AZ Op!** SafeChildEnvironmentS@gmail.com, www.TheHittingStopsHere.com
*View US Supreme Court Justice Building "visitor" denial take place due to possession of a wooden board, an object already deemed a "deadly-weapon" BY the US Supreme Court Justice: http://youtu.be/BoKK5HcygE8.
**AZ Op! objectives posted in "About" domain at: www.facebook.com/events/466967946694771.
Web-link to this show (scheduled Tuesday, November 25, 2014 9 pm HST):
The Bible says in Revelation 20:13-14: "And the sea gave up the dead which were in it; and death and hell delivered up the dead which were in them: and they were judged every man according to their works. And death and hell were cast into the lake of fire. This is the second death."
The featured quote for this episode is from J.C. Ryle. He said, "The whole extent of hell, the present suffering, the bitter recollection of the past, the hopeless prospect of the future, will never be thoroughly known except by those who go there."
Our topic for today is "The Literal View of Hell (Part 1)" from Dr. John Walvoord.
PROBLEMS IN THE CONCEPT OF ETERNAL PUNISHMENT
Most Christians have natural problems with the concept of eternal punishment. In their study of Scripture they have been instructed from the pulpit on a loving Savior who died on the cross for our sins, rose again, and provides grace and forgiveness for all who put their trust in him. Many Christians will hear hundreds of sermons on this theme in their lifetime. On the contrary, they will probably never hear a sermon on hell, though they may hear some allusions to it from time to time. Almost immediately problems arise. What about those who live and die without ever hearing the gospel? Are they doomed to eternal punishment? Is a religious Jew or a religious Muslim who carefully follows his religion doomed to eternal punishment? How can one harmonize the concept of a loving, gracious God with a God who is righteous and unforgiving? These are very real problems that naturally call for solution.
This episode will discuss the current situation with Vikings Player, Adrian Peterson. The two hosts, Denisha M and Fabian Brown will expound on the topics of physical discipline and the overlaps of abuse.
Show topics include:
Defining and outlining abuse versus discipline
Cultural implications of physical punishment
Gender differences, fathers physically disciplining daughters
Expectations and proactively discussing child rearing practices
Long term affects of child abuse
NFL's handling of the case
Denisha M. is a Master of Psychology and behavioral specialist with 7 years of experience in the Psychology field.
Fabian B. is a former psychotherapist with 7 years of experience in the Psychology field.
MKTV is back on the air! Today we will bring you up to speed on our seventh year of advocacy! We will have updates about John Walsh's new show "The Hunt" on CNN, and we will be speaking with our guest Julie Ann Worley who will speak with us today about Corporal Punishment in schools. What can we do to stop it?
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