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SPECIAL GUEST Greg Sqwyd Doss Legal Document Preparation and Self Help GURU. Greg Doss helps Men and Boys that need confidence building, that having traditional masculine attributes are key to being successful in life and help aid them in being better people. Doss studies the law and shares what he's learned. as general information regarding and related to Lawful Principles.
TOPIC: Egalitarian doctrines maintain that all humans are equal in fundamental worth or social status, according to the Stanford Encyclopedia of philosophy. According to the Merriam Webster Dictionary, the term has two distinct definitions in modern English. It is defined either as a political doctrine that all people should be treated as equals and have the same polictical, ecomonic, social, and civil rights or as a social philosophy advocating the removal of ecomonic inequalities among people or the decentralization of power. Some sources define egalitarianism as the point of view that equality reflects the natural state of humanity.
Join us for another discussion panel on "We the Anunnaki" called "the Annunaki Experiencer Girls Night In" with Anunnaki and Ancient Aliens Researchers Janet Kira Lessin, Charlotte Rose, Karen Christine Patrick & Theresa J. Morris.
On this show we talk about the Annunaki story from the Divine Feminine perspective. Our team of Anunnaki, AR Bordon, Linkage Institute and extraterrestrial contactees "Experiencers" and paranormal researchers discusses these and other topics.
Our Cosmic Parents of the Annunaki Kind were afflicted with Patriarchical Leanings, influenced to a certain extent by their royal succession process which comprised a series of kings, the Kings of Nibiru. But women, originally included in power positions on Nibiru, over time, especially when they came to Earth, were overlooked and ignored despite how Nibirian women were very active and strong actors in their own right.
The four women speaking on the panel have experienced the women's movement, the return of the ideas of the Goddess, and each has a special journey to share. What have we learned about being a woman from our contact experiences and learning the story of the Annunaki intervention into the Earthstory?
We discuss our roles as women in the Anunnaki research field and how the Anunnaki have treated women in their history. We look at what roles their women played in shaping the Earth and it's future. How can we human women be more effective in our deeply Anunnaki influenced culture and create a future that's more egalitarian?
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Women being called Missionaries - MIssionaries comes from the Latin MISSIO which Latin for the Greek word apoostolos. The Latin word missio is where we get our word missionary from.
So to called a woman a MISSIONARY is to called her an APOSTLE.
Levitical Priesthood and women in ministry
Complementarian verse the Egalitarian
Was the Apostle Paul confused and looney because many make him out to be such because he actually was FOR women in ministry.
En persona Christi, En Persona Ecclesia, Alter Christus
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This is going to be a good one right here. Can women be clergy? We know from Scripiture and History that they served as DEACONS, but can they be ELDERS and BISHOPS in the Church?
What does Ephesians 4:8 says?
What about what Paul says in Timothy and Corinthians?
What does it means to Usurp authority?
Complementarian vs Egalitarian
Was Paul confused or were some things that he said, said to reflect the dominant culture at the time?
The husband and wife ministry teams in Scripture
Women prophetess in Scripture
This episode takes a look at the Bible from an entirely new perspective. I look at the historical times in which Jesus lived seeking to give context to events in the bible.
It is a companion piece to my novel "The Gospel According To Lilith"
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In this episode we look at the Jesus Christ figure and orient him within the historical period in which he introduced his ministery. We seek here to look at these developments from a different perspective.
Marco Rossini is a historian with no political aspirations, and no desire for power. However, he possesses unique knowledge that is about to change his life: he knows the human history of the planet Earth.
The Year is 2796 CE, and on the planet Genesis, human civilization looks very similar to the world it left behind. One difference dominates: a Church, created by the United Nations to compel peace, has ruled for seven centuries. Now, in the wake of a brutal war that aligned humanity with the new rulers of Earth, the old ways have been shattered, and Genesis needs a new, egalitarian government. Marco is the right man to help lead the change, but as the professor soon discovers, the battle between Church and state is far from over, and both sides are willing to spill blood.
Struggling to remake his world, to find love, and to survive in troubled political waters, can Marco Rossini change history?
This the second episode in this series on the Bible in which we continue our exploration of the Bible in historical, political and in its religious contexts.
Weekly live webcast/podcast devoted to discussion of news and politics from the perspective of Ayn Rand's philosophy, Objectivism. Hosted by Amy Peikoff.
2014. Let's make it the year we say no to Orwellian, Crony Capitalist, Egalitarian Statists--of *all* political parties. Let's make it the year we reclaim with moral righteousness (even if we can't yet fully enjoy) our rights to life, liberty and the pursuit of our own, individual, happiness!
On Thursday January 22nd, 2015 the Hermetic Hour with host Poke Runyon
will present a discussion on Hermetic Magical Ethics. This will be
somewhat controversial in that we will examine the ethical aspects of
Hermetic philosophy in comparison to Christianity and other Gnostic
variations including Crowley's Thelema and Golden Dawn Rosicrucianism.
We will also question the merits of egalitarian collectivism compared to
the American/Masonic work ethic and personal responsibility standards.
We will review our newly adopted Code of Conduct for members of our
magical lodges and explain some of the reasons for establishing these
guidelines. So if you want to know how well-behaved and nice to each
other magicians ought to be, tune in and we will give you our Golden Rules.
With guest Kya and Quintin.. they will be discussing: "Egalitarian intentional communities and other strategies for creating economic and environmental sustainability".
LETS CREATE A ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION.. Callers welcomed
What is race? Is it only skin deep? Do all men come from Adam? Does race matter? Is it racist to love one's race above all others? Is the Bible universalist? What are the differences between the races - physically, intellectually, morally?
These questions are shunned in an egalitarian society which often puts to shame those who dare to ask them. But these questions are so very crucial - especially in this day and age, when talk of our racial identity is a matter of gagging in the media - especially for caucasians.
In this episode of The Pursuit of Truth, we will dare to take a deep look at racial issues from a scriptural standpoint and a social standpoint.
Join me, as we take on what is probably our most controversial subject so far: RACE MATTERS!
Here is a quote by a very well known historical figure on racial issues in America:
“I will say then that I am not, nor ever have been in favor of bringing about in anyway the social and political equality of the white and black races – that I am not nor ever have been in favor of making voters or jurors of negroes, nor of qualifying them to hold office, nor to intermarry with white people; and I will say in addition to this that there is a physical difference between the white and black races which I believe will forever forbid the two races living together on terms of social and political equality. And inasmuch as they cannot so live, while they do remain together there must be the position of superior and inferior, and I as much as any other man am in favor of having the superior position assigned to the white race. I say upon this occasion I do not perceive that because the white man is to have the superior position the negro should be denied everything.”
Who is this historical quote from? If you know it to be from Abraham Lincoln - you are right.