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Start your mornings AFRESH filled with Prayer, the Word, fellowship,music, comedy,news, current events, guest speakers & MORE !Topic is: Is Media the cause of Moral Decay?..... Apostle Antonio King & Apostle Nickia King..Perfecting Life Ministries Building People of Purpose, Power, & Prayer
Ramiel Nagel is a thought leader in the area of holitstic dentistry. In his search to find a solution to a dental problem he and his family were facing, Ramiel discovered indigenous, cultural traditions for optimum tooth care, and the best diet for remineralizing teeth.
In this interview, Ramiel talks about: The story of dentistry, toxicity and how to heal your teeth naturally; How to cure tooth decay and tooth infections; The early findings of Dr. Weston A. Price; Sugar and high fructose corn syrup, Amalgam fillings and how mercury leaches into the body from our teeth. Ramiel also gives tips on what to eat and what not to eat in order to remineralize your teeth, and what you can do to make sure that you get a hold of a good holistic dentist if you need one.
This is a must-listen interview for everyone!
Wikipedia defines Moral Authority as authority premised on Principles, or Fundamental Truths, which are Independent of Written, or Positive, Laws. As such, Moral Authority Necessitates the Existence of and Adherence to Truth.
My Pastor made a statment tonight that if a member does not agree with the way that he is working the plan that God has given him, they need to leave and go find another church.
That sounds good, but is it Biblical? Does the Pastor/CEO have the ONLY Moral Authority in God's House?.....
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Today's Topic of Discussion is "Developing Moral Standards, It's a Choice AND a Process...
Transgender children choosing what SPORT team to play for based on their CHOSEN gender preference? ... REALLY???SHOWERING wherever they dang well please.... REALLY?Folks, next time someone tells you that they're a "proud progressive," hand them a Bible and pray.... pray.... PRAY.
It is safe to say that it has been controversial for over 200 years on whether alcoholism is based on a disease theory or of bad moral judgement. Lets have a discussion about the research I have found on this serious and most important issue that effects millions of people today. Alcohol is contributed to the top three leading causes of deaths in the United States with them being domestic violence, homicides, and suicides. We need to educate our young ones, however, our adults need to the facts in order to educate them. Listen in for a lesson. I'll be glad to take any questions or concerns you may have concerning this topic. www.blogtalkradio.com/ritahodges
It is often assumed that what is considered normal behavior is also moral and what is considered abnormal behavior is also immoral. This assumption seems based on the idea that human beings are essentially "good" and that when we see what we might consider "evil" we are seeing the unusual or the deviant. I suggest that these assumptions are defense mechanisms and represent our need to escape from our own and societal acts that might be considered evil. These mechanisms involve a search for perfection, perhaps the most common source of immoral behavior. I will employ the theory of the psychoanalyst Karen Horney to explain our dilemma and what we might do about it.
There are many circumstances in the world that we only experience through the media. If we are aware of circumstances that we would want changed if it was in our own backyard what is our obligation to work for change.
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On today's edition of CER Monday, Tony and the guys will discuss a recent CNN article in which Richard Dawkins is interviewed about "moral compasses."