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Esoteric-Truth Radio. Radio without the Fear.
As I begin to venture into the world of radio, Esoteric-Truth is offering LIVE shows to connect with those that are interested in the conversations, topics, and alternative news, that others are afraid of talking about.
I will be discussing, philosophy, real history, black projects, current social issues, and the things that are affecting our day to day lives.
This is a way to step aware from the main stream and scare tactics, and go into asking the right questions, and actually be given an answer or a way to change our current chaos, and look past the smoke and mirrors, and get to the truth.
Join us this Sunday as we have another great show planned for you. This week we welcome back our very first guest ever Dr. Alim El Bey. It's always a joy to interview this great brotha. This Sunday we will discuss "Esoteric Symbolism & Magical Concepts". This is something that our dear brotha has been dealing with alot lately. And we want to be able to have this discussion with him on our show. So make sure you tune in and tell a friend and relative. We start at 6pm est and our call in number is 619-393-2813.
Is your faith authentic? Boy, that's a loaded question, isn't it? But, it's something you really need to take a hard look at. After all, you don't want to find out your faith isn't authentic when it's too late to do something about it. Tune in on Tuesday at 6pm Eastern, as we look to the epistle of First John and discover 3 tests of authentic Christianity.
Plus, with the Thanksgiving holiday right around the corner, I thought it would be good to look at the top things people are thankful for in 2014. How does 2014's list compare with 2013's list? We'll look at that as well.
EXOTERIC CHRISTIANITY = Outside / Visable Christ
ESOTERIC CHRISTIANITY = Inside / Invisable Christ
OUTER TEACHING AND INNER TEACHING
When people spoke in a deeper sense of a knowledge of man and of man's conception of the world, they always made a distinction between an exoteric teaching, that gives a more exterior knowledge of things, and an esoteric teaching.
An exoteric contemplation of Christianity, accessible to all the world, is contained in the Gospels. Side by side with this exoteric contemplation, there has always been an esoteric Christianity for those who were willing - as I have said before - to prepare their hearts and minds in an adequate way for the reception of an esoteric Christianity.
GODDESS AB'ORISHA SPEAKS ON: "ESOTERIC SYMBOLISM & MAGICAL CONCEPTS"
-- My name is Aborisha Collease Ifatunmise Rennent , I've been in Philadelphia all of my life, how I got my name; I came into this Think Tank back in 2007, I started off with finding the History of our Global people, So, I followed my curiosities and studied; Pre colonial Black Africa, Kemet, Ancient Asia, Ancient South and North American Cultures, Matriarchal Societies of the World. Occult studies.
Where I am in constant pursuit of healing for our family group, relatives, and self. It was here I found our Mysteries such as IFA both Eclectic and Traditional, Palo Myombe, Our Heavenly Parents Ausar and Auset/ Obatala and Yemenya. Mama Kaluga , Mama Chola, our supreme being OLODUMARE…The Priestesses of Mami Wata, and a couple more mysteries… My GodFather gave me the title abOrisha (Student of the minor gods), My Oluwo gave me the title Ifatunmise (IFA make me Good), Mfundishi Hutyms that wrote one of favorite books that I came across in the beginning of my journey Spiritual Warriors are Healers is where I chose the NTRT Rennentet (Goddess of good fortune, nourishment and healing) . Last but not least COLLEASE is my first name. It was given to me by my NanNa. A woman who in my eyes was mystical, because her niche was finding lost persons, she made it her business to get to know people. I'm feministic in all my essence, but I was blessed with a voice that soothes yet firm in it's distinct sound. I'm a reader of the Akasha, Expert in Tarot and Oracle decks, I'm an Empath, a precognitive dreamer, a developing clairvoyant, and medium, and numerologist, and I like magick of both Light frequencies and Dark frequencies.
Dont you dare MISS out... even if you can't show ...you can listen LIVE.....THIS IS A FREE EVENT!!!! LIVE from LOMA Coffee in downtown Wilmington! Matthew sits down with a few from the studio and asks - "What is "Christianity?" Join us from 5 - 8:30 pm TONIGHT LIVE!!. Open MIC Performances by .....you'll have to come down to find out!!!! Loma Coffee is located at 239 N. Market Street Wilmington, DE. For more information, contact the station at 813-992-1187
Charley will be joined by Ashleigh Hill for a conversation on Feminism and Christianity. We'll explore how women's lives and spirituality are often formed in religious traditions that don't empower them. It is often said that Christianity is one of the sources of male domination, but how is that being challenged or not in our time?
How many of us will take the TRUTH and manipulate it just a little so it's easier to swallow? How many have said ....Yeah, I love everybody.... but yet spoon feed the not so truth to people? We "Christians" have a nasty habit of self defining what truth IS. Truth can NEVER be SUBJECTIVE, it must ALWAYS be OBJECTIVE... Truth can never be based on personal feelings or interpretation but on absolute FACTS.
How do we love someone if we walk past them (ignoring the Great Commission) and don't care about where they may spend eternity?? Folks, that's not LOVE, that's HATE. Tonight is part 3 of our month long series on "Defining Christianity" Join us LIVE on the air 516-387-1513 with your questions, thoughts, comments... or post them in our LIVE CHAT PANEL - "The Sticks and Stones Zone" ALL LIVE AT 9 PM EST!! Dont MISS IT!!
Straight Talkin with Vincent Crow is a hard hitting podcast where we talk about God, politics, important news of the week, and whatever I want. On tonight's show we will talk about how Christianity is under attack and there should be a call for action for every Christian world wide. Call into the show and voice your opinion at (773) 897-6381
This afternoon on EBC†RADIO Richard will be talking about a trend that is occurring more and more in the postmodern church era. Richard has coined this term and trend as Café Christianity and described it as, "picking and choosing what you want so you can get your best Jesus now."
With the advancements in technology and social media and along with the decay of our culture morally we can only expect this occurrence to become prevalent. So what can we do as God-fearing, Bible-believing Christians?
Well, tune in and find out! Make sure to check out our chat room and be ready as always to call in with your questions for Richard. While you are listening to the show make sure to check out our website at www.EmpoweredbyChrist.org and our Facebook page at Empowered by Christ (E.B.C)
Our History of Christianity Scripture verse today is 1 Timothy 5:3 which reads: "Honour widows that are widows indeed."
Our History of Christianity quote today is from Ignatius of Antioch. He said: "But it is fitting for both men and women who marry to form their union with the approval of the bishop, that their marriage may be according to God, and not after their own lust."
Today, in the History of Christianity, we are looking at "Christian Life" (Part 9) from Dr. Justo L. Gonzalez's fine book, The Story of Christianity (Volume 1).
The Organization of the Church (Part 2)
When speaking of women in the early church, mention should be made of the particular role of widows. The book of Acts says that the primitive church helped support the widows in its midst. This was in part an act of obedience to the repeated Old Testament injunction to care for the widow, the orphan, the poor, and the sojourner. But it was also a matter of practical necessity, for a widow deprived of means of support either had to remarry or to seek refuge with her children. In either case, if the new husband or the child was not a Christian, the widow would be severely limited in her Christian life. Therefore, it soon became customary for the church to support its widows, and to give them particular responsibilities. In an earlier broadcast, the story was told of a widow whose ministry was such that she enraged the pagans, and therefore became a martyr. Other widows devoted themselves to the instruction of catechumens. Eventually, the meaning of the word "widow" within the church changed and came to refer not just to a woman whose husband had died but also to any unmarried woman who was supported by the community and who in turn performed some particular functions within it...