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Venger and Beast welcome special guest Jason King.
Jason King is the author of PostModern Satanism and The Five Books of Cain, Vol 1
Jason King can also be found educating the uninformed on his popular YouTube channel.
Let's find out what the devil Jason is up to.
We'll explore Lois Holzman's new book, The Overweight Brain: How Our Obsession with Knowing Keeps Us from Getting Smart Enough to Make a Better World, and how she is writing it publicly through social media. Plus, we'll talk about Discover Development NYC, a 3-day exploration of New York’s development community that Lois is leading later this month, and her social therapy work, an approach to human development and learning that she has pioneered with Fred Newman. Lois is the director and co-founder of the East Side Institute, convener of the Performing the World conference, and author of several books, including Performing Psychology: A Postmodern Culture of the Mind and Vygotsky at Work and Play.
Coming soon to Third Eye Cinema, something a bit outside our usual purview!First up, we speak to a man whose former act was a fairly major concern in mainstream terms. With tracks appearing on the soundtracks to two major studio horror films and providing the theme for a major professional wrestling event, Mushroomhead made the charts and carry with them a considerable fanbase. Now leading the charge with his own project which taps into a very 90’s metal aggro meets southern groove vibe while pulling in some unusual-for-the-style musicianship skills, please join us as we talk the road from Mushroomhead to his own band Kriadiaz with guitarist Dave “Gravy” Felton!Next, we speak with legendary metal drummer Sandy Sledge!As the driving force behind a number of all-female bands throughout the 80's and early 90's, including Rude Girl, Malibu Barbi and Warbride (with the amazing Yngwie style guitarist Lori Linstruth), MI PIT graduate Sandy has worked numerous times with the great Leather Leone of Chastain fame, before taking a right turn into the world of musicals(!). Now, after 20 years apart, Sandy and Leather have reunited to deliver a haunting yet hard hitting slab of traditional style metal, filtered through a postmodern crunch.Join us for an entertaining and informative discussion with Sandy Sledge, only here on Third Eye Cinema!http://www.facebook.com/ThirdEyeCinemahttp://thirdeyecinema.wordpress.com/
Tonight we are joined by Robyn Adele Anderson, from the youtube band Postmodern Jukebox,, to talk about music, her decison to make doo whop versions of popular pop songs, and what the future holds for postmodern jukebox. Its gonna be a rockin night!
I will talk about the comic strips Zits, Ziggy, Helen Sweetheart of the Internet, and Boondocks.
In Zits the teenager is told a buch of inspiring truths by his mother, but her thinks of them as a burden. This demonstrates that many people think becoming a better person is hard when it should be easy.
In Ziggy the nature of reality has been so perverted and twisted that only fiction now seems real. Reality Television and Simulations have made our world postmodern, making the reflection of reality more real than reality.
In Helen, Sweetheart of the Internet, we see that we are relating to Google as God and to your smart phones as our best friends. We have converted technology into 21st-century deities.
In Boondocks, we see that both liberals and conservatives construct reality.
Today on Preach W/Brotha Otis we are going to discuss exactly what postmodern christianity means, how the idea has been a challenge for the relious institutions (Only in America), and Quotes from the book of Otis. To join the conversation you can join us live in the chat room or you can dial 718-664-6383 remember to press one your key pad if you have questions or comments.
Susie's guest on July 14th will be Tom (Tomislav) Sunic, who is an American citizen from Croatia author, translator and former professor.
Tom will talk about the American Freedom Party, his goals, recent and upcoming speaking and fund raising events.
He is best known for his books and writings critical of egalitarianism, biblical monotheism and liberal political discourse. We will be discussing these issues and his upcoming conference.
His books include: 'Homo Americanus: Child of the Postmodern Age,' a collection of his essays. You can also read his writings at www.tomsunic.com
See you at 3pm EST
Sue Edwards is associate professor of Christian education with a specialization is women’s studies at Dallas Theological Seminary where she has the opportunity to equip men and women for future ministry. She brings more than thirty years of experience into the classroom as a Bible teacher, curriculum writer, and overseer of several megachurch women’s ministries. As minister to women at Irving Bible Church and director of women’s ministry at Prestonwood Baptist Church in Dallas, she has worked with women from all walks of life, ages and stages. Her passion is to see modern and postmodern women connect, learn from one another and bond around God’s Word. Her Bible studies have ushered thousands of women all over the country and overseas into deeper Scripture study and community experiences.?
Edwards loves words, but often feels like she is drowning in them. She writes Bible studies to carry women deep into God’s Love Letters, hoping the words turn their lives upside down much the same way they revolutionized her own life. Writing is her way of reaching women that she cannot connect with one-on-one.?
Sue has been married to David for more than forty years. They have two married daughters and five grandchildren.
For serious activists in the men's rights movement, one of the key questions has always been "why". Specifically, why is such a large segment of the population content to flatly ignore observable reality and conform to an emotionally based group think which justifies and enables ongoing and escalating carnage while pretending to humanist ideals. Many differnt hypotheses have been fielded to explain the near total unwillingness of feminsts to engage in any kind of reasoned dialogu
The missional church must preach the gospel. In various cultures, the gospel is counter culture even when the preacher is called to contextualize the message. How does he faithfully contend for the faith in pluralistic and relativistic societies? Tune in next week for ongoing missional conversation
This week will be of great interest to Urantia Book readers who wish to share the book's teachings with Christians. The Urantia Book Fellowship has sponsored two Wildgoose Festivals, which are premier Emergent events. Our guests this week were directly involved. Emergent Christians are religionists from many different Christian denominations that have crossed theological boundaries. They seek to live their faith in what they believe to be a "postmodern&qu
Woman, would you give up dating altogether and just wait for the one knight in shining armour ? What are your experiences with dating and have you been told your expectations are too high and there are no good man left? Email questions ahead to firstname.lastname@example.org and let's discover what a real working man thinks today. The new rules of dating in a postmodern society!!