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Every one of us has decried a double standard at some point. If you’re kind of perplexed by what we mean when we use that term, think of things like gender roles, for example. What do you think of when you hear that the trash needs taken out? The man, right? What about cooking dinner? Cleaning the house? The woman, right? What about double standard in the workplace when it comes to paying women? There are some much more common double standards that we rarely complain about since we're too busy obliviously believing in them. But you’ve likely come across some double standards that have always driven you nuts! Join us on the FAB Hour as we discuss some double standards that became trending this week.
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Sharing Christ with non-Christians in America may be more difficult than ever.
One thing's for sure: our approach certainly must change if we’re to have any success pointing nonbelievers to the truth.
Three Christian leaders grapple with this issue in this episode of Beyond the Standard.
Ben Cachiaras, senior minister with Mountain Christian Church, Joppa, Maryland, says Christians in America should compare themselves with the Old Testament Jews in Babylonian exile. How can we think differently about ourselves and our mission, now that we live in a foreign and hostile culture?
Casey Tygrett, spiritual formation pastor at Parkview Christian Church, Orland Park, Illinois, says we need to do more listening and less talking. What can we learn and how can we influence by letting the nonbeliever talk first and most?
Richard Knopp, professor of philosophy and Christian apologetics at Lincoln (Illinois) Christian University, helps us understand the purpose of apologetics. It’s way more than just sitting around waiting for someone to attack the faith so we can defend it.
Tonight's show will be all about Madden 15. We will discuss the recent live stream by the Madden Team and the release of some of Madden 15's ratings. The second our of the show we will open the lines of for callers. If you would like to give us a call you can reach us at 914-338-0794
Tune in to the latest edition of JG Sports Talk with host Amiri Tulloch!
On today's show, Amiri starts by explaining one of the worst double standards in sports. He also gives the x-factors in the NBA Conference Finals, examines the NHL Conference Finals with Steven Liberman, and talks about how a likeable story has turned southwards -- quickly.
Call in to the show at 347-857-2276, and tweet to @JGSportsTalk and @AmiriTulloch!
On tonight's show we will discuss YouTube view bias. Seems like some viewers on acknowledge the points made in people's video when it's not about their game or company of choice, why is that. We will also talk about why 2K won't make a fully customizable game on other platforms outside of consoles. Is it because of cost or do they just not care? Find out what we think tonight on the show. Make sure you tune in and give us a call if you would like to discuss anything with us.
On tonight's show will discuss Simulation Gameplay vs Money Making game modes. Should game Modes like NBA 2K's MyTeam or Madden's Ultimate Team respect simulation fundamentals? Should fatigue, injuries, player abilities, weather conditions, etc matter when playing online? Is there a difference between done and simulation? Tune in tonight to hear our thoughts and feel free to give us a call and share your thoughts.
Join us to hear editor Mark A. Taylor and editor-at-large Paul S. Williams share Christmas nostalgia, inspiration, and hope from the pages of Christian Standard.
Mark and Paul will read Christmas columns and articles they've written as well as their favorite Christmas essays and stories from past years' issues of Christian Standard.
Listen to be encouraged and challenged. Share with your church staff or your family for a special holiday treat. Glean illustrations or examples for your own preaching and teaching this month.
Download this episode and enjoy it anytime during the Christmas season!
TOPIC: "THE DOUBLE STANDARD" - Men want their women to look like Beyoncé but they're not on point themselves. Don't you think if they want you to be on point that they should be equally on point too?
Don’t miss this; join me along with Crystal Backmon, Dual Victory, Kelsi M Arceneaux, and David Massey Sr. as we discuss this topic. You can listen anywhere in the world by phone (646) 721-9565 or by internet.
Does everyone worship?
Should everyone pray?
This month's guests, Ken Read and David Butts, answer both questions with a resounding "YES!"
Starting with insights they shared at christianstandard.com, these two national leaders and experts will answer questions like these:
Who worships and how? And what does this say for the church's worship planners?
What happens when people pray? How can prayer bring everyday Christians closer to God and help them change their worlds?
Christian Standard editor Mark A. Taylor will host this lively dialogue and invite comments from listeners as well.
Dr. Ken Read is department chair in music and worship at Cincinnati (Ohio) Christian University. David Butts is president of Harvest Prayer Ministries in Terre Haute, Indiana, and chairman of America's National Prayer Committee.
From the time our society saw the industrialization of our food supply, corporations have continued to push the limits of minimizing costs to maximize profits. Although the practices and policies of the biotech industry and its GMO make up a large part of this, in recent years there has been an ever growing list of dangerous chemical additives being incorporated into our food supply. These same dangerous chemicals are outlawed with strict fines and consequences for their use in most all other countries. Why are US consumers exposed to these toxic substances and why are we not being told? How can such a double standard exist in the United States when countries worldwide deem these substances far too dangerous for their citizens to consume?
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