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Philosopher Dr. Diana Hsieh answered questions on changing personality traits, debating Christian versus Objectivist ethics, conning jerks and blowhards, and more in this episode of Philosophy in Action Radio.
Question 1: Can I reclaim lost personality traits?
Question 2: Why is the Objectivist ethics superior to Christian ethics?
Question 3: Is it wrong to con jerks and blowhards?
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Dangerous, deadly and extreme sport offers the possibility of death or injury but usually has the ability to attract a large audience. The greater the risk, the larger the crowd. Extreme injury and death are often overlooked, beyond enjoyment of the fans.
Hal Marcovitz, veteran journalist, questions the public’s passion for dangerous and extreme sports and joins us to engage our listeners:
What do death defying sports and their participatants have in common?
Do you have to be crazy to run in front of a 1,500-pound bull?
Why are we more aware of dangers in contact sports?
???We are joined by Hal Marcovitz at BEYONDtheCheers on blogtalkradio on Wednesday, August 20th at 7PM ET. Listen Fridays at NOON on AMFM247 or anytime on iHeart Radio, and iTunes. Dial-in TOLL FREE 1-877-357-2448 to ask a question.
Your host Soul Dancer, an out, gay, licensed wedding officiant in Hawai'i is also a social worker (masters level, private practice), monk of three orders and shaman in three traditions.
What's the difference between ethics and morals. How does integrity fade or grow? Join us to explore these and other key questions designed to strengthen all relationships - starting with yourself.
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"The show must go on!" you say... do you know what side effects are possible when doing spiritual work while being sick?
Tonight's dicussion on Dangerous Spiritual Work Ethics will hopefully shed some light on those who don't know how to say NO!
You’ve spoken! We’ve listened! The Morning Show was so popular during its four year run that we’ve decided to bring the show back! Don’t miss Christopher & Jenny together again discussing some of your favorite paranormal and spiritual topics! It’s always fun and informative when Jenny & Christopher get together!
TOPIC FOR THIS SHOW: Ethics of a Paranormal Investigator & Paranormal Team
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Visit Christopher online to book readings, prayer & healing center and more at http://www.reburn.org/
Learn more about Jenny Stewart, her Paranormal Research & Resource Society team and her mission for helping people learn more about truth, knowledge and integrity within the paranormal arena at http://www.prrsociety.org
Some “think they can have a personal, direct, immediate relationship with Jesus Christ outside of the communion and the mediation of the Church. Such temptations are dangerous and harmful. They are, in the words of the great Pope Paul VI, absurd dichotomies.”
It should come as no surprise to the Christian that we are engaged in a great spiritual battle. it is apparent that Satan is the enemy of God, and that he actively seeks to oppose God, His purposes, and His people.
EPHESIANS 6:10-20 Paul is informing every Christian that they have been drafted, not to fight a physical war, but to fight a spiritual war. We are not encouraged to take up the “full armor of God,” we are commanded to do so. These verses are our marching orders, and we dare not ignore them, or fail to carry them out to the letter. When we put on the “full armor of God” we are actually putting on Christ:
11 And this do, knowing the time, that it is already the hour for you to awaken from sleep; for now salvation is nearer to us than when we believed. 12 The night is almost gone, and the day is at hand. Let us therefore lay aside the deeds of darkness and put on the armor of light. 13 Let us behave properly as in the day, not in carousing and drunkenness, not in sexual promiscuity and sensuality, not in strife and jealousy. 14 But put on the Lord Jesus Christ, and make no provision for the flesh in regard to its lusts (Romans 13:11-14).
Many veterans come from active combat duty back to civilian life in search of a job. A position as a police officer may seem like a logical choice. But is it really? Military officers are trained for combat, and lately the succession of YouTube videos indicate that today's police are quick to tackle a civilian and beat him (or her) senseless. This is dangerous for the men, women and children who are expecting a polite, calm, professional acting police officer, and instead are confronted with an aggressive soldier who, with the slightest provocation,becomes an executioner. Should military soldiers be hired to serve on the police force? Should psychological evaluations and mandatory counseling be required after military duty before a soldier becomes eligible for a job in civilian life? Mike Bradford and Robin Lynn, who formerly served in the military, discuss unknown factors that may account for what appears to be an increase in tpolice use of deadly force.
The juvenile justice and criminal justice systems ensnare far too many black and brown boys and men. Increasingly, women are caught in this dangerous web too. On this episode of Know-It-All, we are exploring the contours of some of the barriers to mental health and developmental wellness for communities of color that can lead to mass incarceration.
Dr. Troy Waller is a licensed professional counselor with 15 years of counseling experience. He explains the implications of the breaks in various systems - education, criminal justice, and health care - that keep those systems from adequately protecting and serving black and brown people. He'll share his insights about how these systemic failures manifest and show up in the lives of adults, no matter their socioeconomic status.
Host Allison R. Brown is a civil rights attorney and founder of Allison Brown Consulting (ABC), which creates education equity plans and promotes equity in education in compliance with federal civil rights law.
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