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You've all seen the COEXIST bumper stickers. Is it really possible for all of these different ideologies and religions to coexist in peace and harmony? Tonight my guest is Dana Malchow. She is the creator of a DVD project called Falling to Peaces. In this video series, she weaves in footage of everyday people on the street, opposing viewpoints and beliefs, and Biblical teaching moments in an engaging, visual format. Dana’s ongoing goal with her grassroots ministry is to inspire other everyday people to be bold in standing for the truth!
Economics and Social Justice - can they coexist?
This evening we will be conversing with Norm Kurland, President of the Center for Economics and Social Justice. CESJ.org. This think tank was started in 1984 and defines itself as an education center and social justice catalyst. We will draw Norm out on the subjects of economic and social justice - how far have we come?
Tonight on Theology Thursdays do religious folks accept science? The upcoming debate Feb 8th....Have you done your DNA test yet?? Science and Religion can they coexist? 6pm Eastern onwww.blogtalkradio.com/itsrealtalklive or call in at 3478269457 ........let's talk
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Let's say that you've been in a relationship for almost a year now. You and your partner have been sexually active for more than half of that time period. Does that entitle you to certain expectations when it comes to finances?
Can a woman expect for a man to get her hair/nails done?
Can a guy expect a new radio for his car?
Can money and sex coexist in a relationship or is it all prostitution when the two collide?
Joining me tonight to discuss this relationship topic from the ATL will be "Sherry from The Priceless Minds Show!" Sex, money, relationships, and more on the Talk 2 Q Radio Show! "No experts. Just opinions."
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If you are a devout Christian would you Marry a Muslim? Would you Marry an Atheist? Do you think you could coexist and raise children if your Basic foundation of Morals were different? Would you rather your Children be Christian like you or Buddhist like their Father? Tonight we will discuss interfaith relationships and the attempt to make the Bible the State Book of Tennessee. Join us, blasphemers.
As 'religion' becomes more and more the subject of culture's ire, isn't it more imperative than ever that we understand why we believe what we believe? That we can communicate clearly the difference between our faith and others? Isn't it crucial that, as culture either condemns or redefines faith ("aren't we all worshipping the same God? can't we all just 'coexist'?") or we're seduced into its ambiguous, PC, neutered 'spirituality', we're 100% clear on what sets Christ apart from Buddha or Mohammed? Because now, more than ever, we're being called on to defend what we believe. To explain it. To apologize for it.
The next generation is walking into a vastly different world than those that entered adulthood even 10 years ago. It's a darker world that will require more courage and confidence than ever before for the Christ-follower.
All of that said, Dr. Jonathan Morrow's ministry (ThinkChristianly.org, as well as Impact 360 in Atlanta, GA) and new book, 'Questioning the Bible', provide answers to culture's most common criticisms and questions about the Bible and our faith. Their historical authenticity and scriptural authority. Their relevance in our post-modern, post-Christian culture.
More on Dr. Morrow: http://www.thinkchristianly.org/about/
Would love to connect you with him to talk it through this spring as young adults and their parents prepare for graduation and new surroundings, new friends ... a new reality where, for the first time, the Bible isn't the answer, but the QUESTION.
Relationships are ON THE JOB TRAINING! There are many things that you can't prepare for because once you're in it, you are faced with dealing with the emotions and actions of someone else. You must learn trust, effective communication, time management and how to coexist with another human being whose personality may be the complete opposite of yours. Once you decide to leave the world of being single, the journey begins. It's Relationship OJT y'all! You don't want to miss this show! At 8:45pm EST, joining us are the hosts of The Black Guy Who Tips, a podcast / blog from the minds of Rod and Karen a married couple of 16 years who enjoy ratchetness. The show has been mention in the Huffington Post and spotlighted on Spreecast. They have been considered the number one comedy podcast on Podomatic.com and in the top 100 of comedy podcast on Stitcher Radio. Check them out on www.theblackguywhotips.com.
Be sure to give us a call at (347) 633-9853 to speak with our special guests Rod & Karen or to chop it up with the TRHL crew, T, Jior Jette and Kish.
Worry and Peace cannot coexist. Why would Jesus chose to give us peace as the last thing he did before he left the earth? He tells us in the scriptures that "peace is his legacy". Jesus doesn't want us to just "live in peace", he wants us to the embodiment of peace. When we have peace (his peace) we can truly be what he created us to be, we have full access to ourselves and can think logically/rationally, as well as creatively. Versus, using our thinking and creativity for survival. Having the feeling of peace allows us to thrive, because peace gives us tremedous amounts of energy. Jesus accomplished so much because he was at peace, he had God's peace which enabled him to walk out his calling without wavering. Having Jesus in you means you get to have “his” feelings. Not just knowing it cognitively; how he wants you to feel, but we actually get to feel the “way “ he feels. In the same way you might wish you could have someone feel the way you feel, so they really understand it (both positively and negatively). When we are overwhelmed by problems and circumstances, we can look at Jesus and borrow His peace. My peace I give you.
This morning, Marie chats with author Marc Bekoff about society’s attitude toward wildlife and what we can do to happily coexist. Then, after our halftime break, our long time pet place friend, Russell Taylor, from Modjeska Ranch Rescue has some amazing tails to tell. If you’ve never heard Russell’s stories in the past, you are in for a treat.
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