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This program will review in detail the inconsistencies of the recording and reporting of the translation process of the Book of Mormon. With the publishing of the Church Historical Essays, specifically on the subject of the Book of Mormon Translation, many questions have been brought to the membership of the Church. Note: This is a Live Call-in Show on KUTR 820 AM and 95.3 FM Utah radio called “Mainstream Mormonism” by Bishop Lee Baker. To participate LIVE, call KUTR at 866-348-7884 or 866-34-TRUTH Saturdays at 4PM (MST) or Listen Live at LeeBaker.4Mormon.org
15 Hz Interviews Chaucer Barnes, ED of Content Strategy at Translation LLC. Chaucer Barnes is a communications planner and creative who specializes in setting the proper conditions for mass adoption. He leads the Context Strategy group at Translations which enhances creative impact through the oft-overlooked vectors of brand behavior: sequencing, targeting, posture, and payloads.
It appears that the African American male continues on a downward spiral daily. From the content we produce and the examples we continue to set for our young men each day.
For example: The Man-Skirt, French Manicures (dipped at the tip) Last year Omar Epps, wearing a black leather skirt over his jeans, appeared on The View to promote his new show, Resurrection.
There is a theory that suggests we are the borrowing generation. The last time men were in touch with their softer- side we were in chains. Keep in mind: Men were also sexually abused by slaveholders.
Is this "fashion" or is history about to repeat itself?
Tune in Friday at 8PM (CST) / 9PM (EST) as we discuss "Lost in Translation"
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Thank you for joining us today for the Voice of Hope.We are a Christian program. Our goal is to encourage Mandarin speakers around the world. Our lessons each week are based on the Bible, and they are meant to give hope and help. Today's lesson revisits the life of David. In the pressures of his life, King David wondered, "Where is God?" That is the question we will consider today.We hope that you will listen and consider the answer to that question. Both English and Mandarin translation are provided. Allow the truths of scripture to empower your life. Enjoy!
Is Your Hebrew Bible Original? Or A Translation?-w/host Paul Rakowicz AND Special Guest Karl Honegger, a current subscriber of our eSFP and LXX afficianado
Essential Spiritual Fitness Program (eSFP)
Saturday, March 21, 2015 AD, 11:00 AM EST
This Saturday we take a break in our series looking at ALL the covenants of Scripture to invite special guest, Karl Honegger, who is a current subscriber of the eSFP, to share a little bit about his faith journey and his love of the Septuagint.
For thousands of years there has always been only "one" Hebrew language BUT IT HAS TWO DIFFERENT SCRIPTS. The exact date is unknown, but it is believed that around 597 B.C. the Scribes BEGAN TRANSLATING all the Paleo-Hebrew scrolls INTO Babylonian-Hebrew AND THE LANGUAGE WAS REPLACED GRADUALLY OVER TIME. Credit is given to Ezra the scribe, whom refined the letters while in exile in Babylon. Thus, is the origin for its name, Babylonian-Hebrew. Unfortunately THERE ARE NO Paleo-Hebrew scrolls IN EXISTENCE TODAY. It is believed THAT ALL THE OLD SCROLLS IN THE ORIGINAL PALEO-HEBREW DISINTEGRATED BEFORE JESUS CHRIST WAS BORN.
Conclusion: The Septuagint is no more a "translation" than the modern day hebrew text. They both are a translation from the original language which is no longer extant. Which means, if you want to actually study "God's Word", you'll first have to decide which "translation" you will use ... the bible of the Synagogue (the Masoretic text) ... or the Bible of Christ's Church (the Septuagint).
Usama Dakdok & Kristie Johnson discuss the real Islam and the sources of terror: the Qur'an & Hadith and Muslim scholars’ interpretations. Politics, current events and all issues related to Islam to expose the Jihad now being waged against the Western world and Israel. Call in (questions or listen): (347) 857-1380. We do not hate Muslims, we love them. But we must hate Islam! There's no "Radical Islam." Islam IS Radical! Pray God will Save America! #WakeUpAmerica #WakeAmericanChurch
Website: www.thestraightway.org for the Generous Qur'an, accurate translation by Usama Dakdok available as an e-book. Invite Usama to speak, see videos: "Freedom or Surrender," "Revealing the Truth about Barack Hussein Obama," and free on his website. New: VCY Radio archive programs!
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Dr Grandin is seeing a trend in parenting young adults with autism, the parents inability to let go and allow the young adult or child to develop life skills. She joins us today to discuss this issue and will be taking your calls.
Dr. Temple Grandin is one of the world's most accomplished and well known adults with autism. She has a PhD in animal science from the University of Illinois and is a professor at Colorado State University. She is the author of six books, including the national bestsellers Thinking in Pictures and Animals in Translation. Dr. Grandin is a past member of the board of directors of the Autism Society of America. She lectures to parents and teachers throughout the U.S. on her experiences with autism, and her work has been covered in the New York Times, People, National Public Radio, and 20/20. Most recently she was named one of Time Magazine's 100 most influential people of the year. The HBO movie based on her life, starring Claire Danes, received seven Emmy Awards.
Good morning, and welcome to your Hump Day!!! It's hard to believe it's the middle of another week...
Hammer, me, Executive Producer, Ellen Johnson, along with the rest of the wild and crazy morning crew, are glad you have joined us for another fun-filled, roller-coaster ride. We have a great show today, filled with fun and laughs; but, today, the show is going to be informative, and we hope, helpful to all of our listeners.
Today, Hammer 96.7 welcomes into the studio, tech expert, Murali Chemuturi. If you have computer issues, problems with your cell phones, software---basically anything electronic---Murali is here to help. Here is a little taste of his qualifications:
Murali Chemuturi is an IT expert who authored five books on IT topics, one book on personality development, one translation of Indian epic Raamayana and one translation of Hindu holy book Bhagavadh Geetha besides contributing chapters in four books. He is 65 years old, maried and has two sons and five grandchildren.
If you have an issue, and would like advice, you can come into the studio; the number is 646-595-3032. And, everyone who comes in, and asks Murali a question, you will be put into a drawing to win a $50 gift certificate from the Mvp On Demand store. To be eligible for this drawing, YOU MUST ASK A LEGITIMATE QUESTION PERTAINING TO COMPUTERS AND/OR ELECTRONICS.
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The Wicked Domain host Alex Matsuo interviews Zack Davisson, author of "Yurei: The Japanese Ghost".
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ABOUT ZACK DAVISSON
Zack Davisson is an award winning translator, writer, and scholar of Japanese folklore and ghosts. He is the author of YUREI: THE JAPANESE GHOST, THE GHOST OF OYUKI, and THE SECRET BIWA MUSIC THAT CAUSED THE YUREI TO LAMENT from Chin Music Press. He contributed articles to WEIRD TALES MAGAZINE, JAPANZINE, and the comic book WAYWARD from Image comics. As a translator, he was nominated for the 2014 Japanese-US Friendship Commission Translation Prize, and is the translator of the Eisner Award winning and Harvey nominated Shigeru Mizuki's SHOWA: A HISTORY OF JAPAN. For Drawn and Quarterly, Davisson translates and curates the famous folklore comic KITARO. For Dark Horse, he translates Satoshi Kon's work, including OPUS, SERAPHIM: 266613336 WINGS, and THE ART OF SATOSHI KON. He was also a researcher and on-screen talent for National Geographic's TV special OKINAWA: THE LOST GHOSTS OF JAPAN, has appeared as a commentator on Chinese news network CCTV, and maintains the popular Japanese folklore website HYAKUMONOGATARI.COM. He currently resides in Seattle, Washington, with his wife, Miyuki, their dog Mochi, cats Bagheera and Sheer Khan, and several ghosts.