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Join us with guest Paul J. Scharf as we celebrate Thanksgiving and consider five things we can learn from the Pilgrims. These lessons speak to modern Christian life. Join us as we explore the motive and methods of the Pilgrims which led them to that fateful step unto Plymouth Rock in 1620. Along the journey, we will also explore some of the areas of theology which dispensationalists reject. This will be a fascinating historical "refresher course" in the Pilgrim church, and the blessing that is ours today because of their Mayflower journey.
Paul Scharf is a writer and Bible teacher, and a graduate of Maranatha Baptist Bible College and Faith Baptist Theological Seminary.
Coping with family during the holidays. Keeping the wieght off over the holidays. Where to go in ATL the night before Thanksgiving. JS has posed a question on FB: "Should I comment negatively on someone's staus on social media." And the responses she got from friends.
Are Pilgrims & Puritans the same? (PART TWO). Many people are unaware that these groups are different. Their differences were sometimes contentious, but as they came to the New World those differences began to complement each other. Together they became powerfully influence the birth of a NATION. "They came out of the same Biblical Christianity. The Puritans were, (and are today), politically engaged. They were committed to work within the world system and to change it. The Pilgrims were dubious about this. They were, (and are today), separatists and not as politically engaged as the Puritan Christians on the right and the Ecumenical Christians on the left. Down through the centuries they have always affirmed the teaching of Jesus, "No man can serve two masters". Has the New World and the nation birthed, loved and cherished by both Puritans and Pilgrims now, by moving away from God, pushed off the influence these groups enjoyed for so long? Will the United States of America no longer be able extend the LIBERTY that has defined it greatness? If not, who will take its place? AS AN AMERICAN I HAVE ALWAYS SEEN MYSELF AS BOTH A PURITAN AND A PILGRIM. AFTER THIS YEARS ELECTION I HAVE NOW BECOME “JUST” A PILGRIM.... I echo Dwight L. Moody...”I HAVE GIVEN YOU A LIFEBOAT"… "SAVE ALL YOU CAN.” You don't want to miss this episode. I will explain the differences between these two groups, their mission and worldview, where the country has come and where it's going. I will also talk about America's enemies and how we are now not only falling into their hands, but exhibit a nation under God's impending judgment.
American schools teach a basic formula when it comes to early U.S. History: Christopher Columbus discovered America, then the Pilgrims came and spent a cold winter, the Native Americans helped them survive by showing them how to grow corn, they all had a big turkey dinner and that was the first Thanksgiving. And everybody lived happily ever after. The story sounds nice but there is an ugly side to U.S. History that many Native Americans say ought to be told. Why did relations between Native Americans and European immigrants turn sour and later violent? Should American children be told a story that's extremely uncomplimentary to the Founding Fathers of the nation? Does America owe reparations to the Native American people for human rights violations? Should the Thanksgiving story be revised so as to teach a greater lesson about morals, ethics, values, and respect for the culture of others?
This month, as we make our long awaitied return to the air, we have a special treat in store as we dedicate this program to a celebration of the holiday season, specifically, Thanksgiving. As such, we're going to take a radical departure from our usual format and perform for you tonight...a play of sorts, starring the newly christened "clarkie-playhouse performers", that's a throwback to the old playhouse 90/radio serial formats from back in the day. Tonight's three act play is dedicated to our children and is called, "Thanksgiving Day;" and it's all about the pilgrims who first landed on this continent and the ordeals they faced, as well as the first native americans with whom they came into contact. After that, we'll take a short break and follow up with a free-form segment where we're all going to discuss Thanksgiving and what it means to each of us, as well as dole out some trivia and drop some knowledge. So, tune in, sit back, relax, and let us entertain you this evening!
This installment of The Forbidden Fruit will discuss the true meaning of Thanksgiving. How thankful do you think the Native Americans were during the first few Thanksgivings?
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There is nothing happy about celebrating 800 million Indian murdered by pilgrims during what is better known as Indian Holocaust Day. Today there are only about 2 million Indians left. We must also remember our own 100,000,000 Black Holocaust. The lives of those lost to police brutality daily here in the United States of America-The families lives will never be the same.
Join Nick and Eva: WACR: BlogTalkRadio: Wednesday, November 26th, 2014 at 7:30 PM. Most of you probably will be cooking and preparing for Thursday's celebration. Take a rest, get out of the heat of the kitchen, sit back with a glass of wine and listen to us talk about Thanksgivings past, the Pilgrims, the Indians and what they had to be grateful for? What are we thankful for this November 2014? We love to talk, but we are good at listening as well. Join us. Call in to listen or talk at out TOLL-FREE number (323) 792 2931.
Join Linda Cullum for a fascinating discussion on the History of the Mayflower Pilgrims. She is the author of "The Mayflower's Pilgrims: In Their Own Words VOL I" Ebook http://historyofthepilgrims.com/ She is from Truro, Cape Cod which was the first sighting of land for the Pilgrims. You will discover many unknown facts!
In honor of the Thanksgiving holiday, I am going to discuss the meaning of Thanksgiving. So many people know the story of the pilgrims, but most people forget why they are celebrating. This is a time to be thankful and recognize all the stuff we take for granted are blessings. I challenge you all to make a list of 5 things you are thankful for and share them with your friends and family.
William T and Alex Cardinale will be hosting this Thanksgiving Special. We will be speaking on the History of Thanksgiving. The very first Thanksgiving was an awesome with food supplied and prepared by both Pilgrims and Indians alike. We take you down this awesome avenue of what has become a yearly event celebrated by all Americans from coast to coast and from North to South. Come join Alex and I for this action packed Thanksgiving special just a few days before the actual celebrated holiday known as Thanksgiving. Feel free to call in live to join us