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The title of the episode says it all. On a Wednesday edition of The Exchange, Sumit & Jason figured that they might as well have the obligatory Jeremy Lin conversation, but as always, will offer relatively unexplored angles. After a tremendous show with Bobby Childs last week, they'll be joined by his WBLS' Open Line co-host and New York Amsterdam News writer Jaime Harris to dig into the Knicks' insights, the social chatter, and where everyone goes from here. The
Jumuah: Imam Siddeeq Jihad is the Guest Khateeb for the Muslim obligatory congregational services.
[62:10] O you who believe! when the call is made for Prayer on Friday, hasten to the remembrance of Allah, and leave off all business. That is better for you, if you only knew.
[62:11] And when the Prayer is finished, then disperse in the land and seek of Allah’s grace, and remember Allah much, that you may prosper.
[62:12] But when they see some merchandise or some amusement, they break for it, and leave you standing. Say, ‘That which is with Allah is better than amusement and merchandise, and Allah is the Best Provider.’
Weekly live webcast/podcast devoted to discussion of news and politics from the perspective of Ayn Rand's philosophy, Objectivism. Hosted by Amy Peikoff.
We’ll start with the obligatory discussion of Miley Cyrus’ “tweaking” at the VMA’s last weekend, and then discuss socialism in health care, education and in Obama’s fondest dreams. We’ll also discuss Syria, Ted Cruz and Anthony Weiner. See Program Notes at www.dontletitgo.com for links to the stories we plan to discuss.
PWTR hosts discuss the hottest topics in the world of wrestling, such as:
SummerSlam addendum John Cena leaving WWE for 4-to-6 months Who will step up in John Cena's absence? Daniel Bryan vs The Corporation Is Daniel Bryan being buried? Triple H taking over the big storylines Debating the usefulness of the Money in the Bank briefcase The Shield's current roles in WWE Sin Cara injured… again Ryback continues to bully his way around WWE CM Punk goes off on a fan in the audience Brad Maddox's performance as RAW GM Former PWTR co-host Stu calls in Dolph Ziggler's sad decline The resurgence of WWE's Tag Team Division Los Matadores Darren Young announces he is gay Obligatory John Morrison reference… and more! Pro Wrestling Talk Radio goes LIVE Tuesdays @ 8pm eastern on http://PWFEmpire.net
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PWTR hosts discuss the hottest topics in the world of wrestling, which includes: John Cena names Daniel Bryan as #1 contender for the WWE Championship Is Daniel Bryan REALLY more over than John Cena? Brock Lesnar Destroys CM Punk Punk and Paul Heyman's verbal content Is CM Punk out of his element? Debate: Can John Cena's Legacy overshadow Hulk Hogan's? Y2J vs RVD: why age doesn't matter in wrestling TNA's financial troubles AJ costs Dolph Ziggler the World Heavyweight Championship; Big E Langston attacks Debating Shawn Michaels position as "Greatest of All Time" Reddit user Dolphins1925 leaking WWE pay-per-view spoiler results Total Divas and other trashy TV shows Obligatory John Morrison reference The Wyatt Family attacks R-Truth; Bray Wyatt tells Kane to "Follow the buzzards" David's Metal Talk PWTR listener feedback… and more! Pro Wrestling Talk Radio goes LIVE Tuesdays @ 8pm eastern on http://PWFEmpire.net For business inquiries (such as sponsorship/advertising interests, partnership opportunities) contact us at email@example.com
There may be no topic in the mind of modern man which is more despised when it comes to Catholic Church history than that of the Inquistion. One is almost required to have an obligatory shudder at the infamous word which has become a label of repression of freedom of speech, freedom of thought, freedom of religion, and freedom of everything in general.
The authorized version of "The Inquisition" is that it symbolizes the worst of the Catholic Church's persecution over dissent as it exhibited it's absolute tyrannical control over the mind of man, which thankfully ended when the Protestants revolted against the Church.
Join us for Part II of our "Summer of Darkness" series as our distinguished guest, Charles A. Coulombe, explores and lays out the "unauthorized" version of this most misunderstood and calumniated aspect of Catholic history: The Inquisition.
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Cyrus and Raven are joined once again by their buddy Roxy. The gang will go through their own countdowns of their personal best video game moments of 2012.
On Pastor Dean's agenda tonight: How should we as Christians agree to disagree? Are we to shut out people who have views contrary to our own? Not speak to them? Ignore them? Shun them? We need everyone's opinion tonight! The Law of Seedtime and Harvest. How do you give to the Kingdom of God? Do you tithe? Do you believe that tithing is an OT practice that preachers have been using in order to fill their pockets? How can we as Christians, spread the message of love more effectivel
If you think idolatry is gone, you're wrong. No, I'm not merely talking about worshipping stones and figures. That's the foolishness aspect of it. Who honestly thinks that a meazly statue carved by man could ever represent a God? I'm talking about idolatry from the religious God-fearing point of view. Idolatry is something that undermines the sovereignty of the God of Israel in man's life. For instance [especially for a Jew], loving anybody or anything more than God is a form of idolatry. Not having God supreme above everything is a form of idolatry. That is alive today. Clearly, the world thrives off of God's glory and can't live without it. And clearly, Torah is the supreme way to get into a spiritual relationship with God [the laws of the Torah are obligatory to Jews; but non-Jews have other ways to get into a spiritual relationship with God].
Disclaimer: This show is not meant to attack anyone. Nor do I put myself up above anyone.
On Thursday May 2nd, 2013 the Hermetic Hour with host Poke Runyon will review the novel "The Demonologist" by Canadian writer Andrew Pyper. This is a recent mainstream thriller from Simon & Schuster that is surprisingly accurate in its presentation of demons working in the realm of the human mind exploiting personal weaknesses and former tragedies to accomplish their ends -- with some obligatory exaggerations for horror effect. Popular writers usually try to find some old Necronomicon book-alike to hang their story on. In this case Pyper used John Milton's "Paradise Lost." At first this seems an odd choice; why not "The Key of Solomon," or the "Lemegeton," or the "Heptameron"? However, Milton's long Biblical epic is actually a good choice. It was published in the 1640s, was very widely read and dealt extensively with Satan and the Fallen Angels, even incorporating our Canaanite Baal (Bael) and Astarte (Ashteroth) into their ranks -- along with the archdemon who is the disembodied villain of Pyper's tale. Readers of "The Book of Solomon's Magick" will recall that I quoted Milton's poem in relation to our Canaanite pantheon. Milton (and to a lesser extent Pyper) tried to give Satan and his minions a creditable, even darkly heroic point of view. This influenced William Blake's "Marriage of Heaven and Hell." Blake illustrated one of the later editions of "Paradise Lost." -- So, if you want a demonic thriller that will make you wonder what you might have lurking between your ears, tune in and we'll recommend one.