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In a brief commentary, Pastor Brian discusses the importance of Christians getting involved in their communities.
Recently, a new theological system called "Open Theism" has emerged. It seeks to answer the problem of God and evil by taking the stand that God does not know future events. Thus, the open theist openly denies divine foreknowledge (or the ability for God to know future events). Is this an acceptable position? Or are there deep theological and philosophical problems with contemporary Open Theism?
In addition, Pastor Brian will examine the problems of postmodern thought and will demonstrate that no one really lives according to postmodern thought patterns. To demonstrate this, we will use an illustration of a person running a stop sign.
Finally, our political correspondant will give us further information concerning the Freedom From Religion Foundation's challenge towards a Florida school's football program and the removal of Bibles from the school itself.
Don't sit on the sidelines, get in the game and call in with your questions are comments at (323) 784-9617 and be sure to check out Pastor Brian's international website at http://pastorbrianchilton.wordpress.com.
Canadian Eric Walberg is known worldwide as a journalist specializing in the Middle
East, Central Asia and Russia. A graduate of University of Toronto and Cambridge in
economics, he has been writing on East-West relations since the 1980s. He has lived
in both the Soviet Union and Russia, and then Uzbekistan, as a UN adviser, writer,
translator and lecturer.
Currently he is a writer for the foremost Cairo newspaper, Al Ahram, and also a regular contributor to Counterpunch, Dissident Voice, Global Research, Al-Jazeera and Turkish Weekly, and is a commentator on Voice of the Cape radio. His articles appear in Russian, German, Spanish and Arabic and are accessible at his website ericwalberg.com.
Walberg was a moderator and speaker at the Leaders for Change Summit in Istanbul in 2011 and is the author of Postmodern Imperialism: Geopolitics and the Great Games and From Postmodernism to Postsecularism: Re-Emerging Islamic Civilization
This week Sott Talk Radio will be speaking with Eric about the truth behind modern history and the forces that have created the current global Empire under which we all live. History buffs won't want to miss this one.
Join us this Sunday March 30th, 2014 from 2-4pm EST (11am-1pm PST, 8-10pm CET)
Want to start a fight? Mention the name, Jeremiah Wright, and BAM!! The fight is on!! Since the presidential campaign of Senator Barack Obama, Dr. Wright has become a polarizing figure in religion and politics. But is there a connection with Jesus? Tune in.
In this show, we discuss the postmodern critique of the enlightenment and western reason. Postmoderns eschew notions like 'absolute truth' and certainty. We discuss the merits of the postmodern position.
Join Leigh@Lunch this week as Leigh interviews author, lecturer, and professor, James K.A. Smith.
This week's show will be about Dr. Smith's book, Desiring the Kingdom; Worship, Worldview, and Culture Formation.
Dr. Smith is professor of philosophy at Calvin College. He also teaches in the department of congregational & ministry studies and is a research fellow of the Calvin Institute of Christian Worship. He previously taught at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles and Villanova University in Philadelphia (where he earned his PhD in philosophy). Dr. Smith has also been a visiting professor at Fuller Seminary in Pasadena, Reformed Theological Seminary in Orlando, Regent College in Vancouver, and Trinity College at the University of Toronto. His numerous publications include Who’s Afraid of Postmodernism?; Desiring the Kingdom: Worship, Worldview, and Cultural Formation; Letters to a Young Calvinist and Thinking in Tongues: Pentecostal Contributions to Christian Philosophy. With Amos Yong he recently co-edited Science and the Spirit: Pentecostal Engagements with the Sciences. Jamie and his wife, Deanna, have four children.
Dr. Smith is a highly requested speaker and we are delighted to have him on our show this week.
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"It's the economy, stupid."Host Jay Ackroyd talks with historian and composer Stirling Newberry, a regular contributor to articles on Economics, Philosophy, Classical music and Social movements, including Gold standard, Hyper-inflation, Romanticism, The Age of Enlightenment, Postmodernism, Modernism and History of sonata form.Stirling has been cited as an expert on blogging and the social forces involved in the flowering of internet politics. He is working on a book on the transformation of political and economic models.Follow @SSNewberry @JayAckroyd
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The program is co-hosted by Vincent Tarquini and Tim Roden. I worked for Vince in the early eighties as an administrative assistant in the Christian Orientation Research and Evangelism ministry which was a ministry focused on counseling cultists and ex-cultists to expose the false doctrines of such groups and to ground our clients in biblical truths. On last night’s “Afterglow” program (Rapture Ready Radio) we discussed postmodernism in the church, the “emergent church,” what my sister and I learned in our search for a Bible-based church in our area, and other topics which I have featured in recent blogs.
Dr. Parsons is a professor of philosophy at the University of Houston. A double PhD– one in the Philosophy of Science and another in History– he has written numerous books, papers, reviews and book chapters while also contributing to the Secular Web. Among his books, Rational Episodes, a great and accessible introduction to logic; Drawing Out Leviathan, about the science wars; and God and the Burden of Proof, about the arguments for theism and who the burden of proof falls upon, are particularly recommended. Dr. Parsons created quite a stir in September of 2010 when he concluded that the case for theism is “a fraud” and that he could “no longer take it seriously enough to present it to a class as a respectable philosophical position.” We asked Dr. Parsons to talk to us about atheism and agnosticism, postmodernism, theism, and the burden of proof. We hope you’ll enjoy his appearance on the show!
Dr. Schick received his B.A. from Harvard and his PhD in Philosophy from Brown University. He is a Professor of Philosophy at Pennsylvania’s Muhlenberg College while serving as the Director of the Muhlenberg Scholars Program. He has a place on the editorial board of the philosophy journal Philo and has published repeatedly on the nature of knowledge, reality, and value. His main interests include the philosophy of mind and science plus biomedical ethics. He has authored or co-authored three books: Doing Philosophy: An Introduction Through Thought Experiments; Readings In The Philosophy of Science: From Positivism to Postmodernism; and How to Think About Weird Things: Critical Thinking for a New Age. This last book, How to Think About Weird Things, is considered required reading by many when what is sought is a formalized philosophical approach to critical thinking. We asked Dr. Schick to join us on this very subject. The resulting discussion, we’re sure, will help the listener be a better critical thinker while helping to better justify a reliance on critical thinking to others with questions. Listen in!
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Intro session to the Integral Map of Ken WIlber or the Integral Operating System. And how this new wave of development/awarness is the next step in evolution after postmodernism or liberal progressive values. After 50 years of postmordernism, with multicuturalism, egalitarian, ME oriented points of view, the only chance we have is the new point of view that Integral stage of development is bringing. After a complete failure in meeting the problems we face, other than the civil right movement, the post modern value sphere is being shown as insuffiecient, partial and hypocritical in its drive to be wholistic and comprehensive. The Integral movement began in ernest in 2003 and has the best promise for showing the cultural wars we are in and how to create a future that embraces everyone without being reduced to the lowest common denominator. If your tired of the green movement ineffectiveness and the moderns competitiveness and the tradititionals group think, then Integral is your next step. A solution to the fractured state we find society and culture in, and a path to transformation of self in body, mind and spirit.
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