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Philosopher Dr. Diana Hsieh answered questions on voters' responsibility for politicians, charity to strangers, quitting or waiting to be fired, and more in this episode of Philosophy in Action Radio.
Question 1: To what extent are voters responsible for the actions of politicians?
Question 2: Is charity to strangers virtuous?
Question 3: Should a person quit or wait to be fired from an increasingly intolerable job?
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What importance is there between meals and fellowship? who should we break bread with? when should we break bread with others? Why should we break bread with others? This episode will include information on the importance of fellowship to the servitude of an obedient Christian. This episode will include a very emotional testimony from one of our sisters who had a very serious drug habit , she talks about how misconception in her understang of her denominational faith hindered her ability to connect with the Lord when she first truly needed him, and I assure you that the rest of the story proves His love for His people. Tune in to see how the Lord inspires our host to comment on these and other important ssues.
Amy Alkon's Advice Goddess Radio: "Nerd Your Way To A Better Life!" with the best brains in science.
A very helpful "Best Of" replay tonight. Dr. Barbara Oakley has written an incredibly helpful book on learning how to learn math and science. But, yoohoo, math-loathers, this book -- and this show -- are about much more than that.
Both the book and tonight’s show are about techniques you can start employing immediately that will show you how to do your work and your creative work more efficiently and ultimately more successfully and satisfyingly.
The proof that these techniques work? Dr. Oakley herself used these techniques to transform from a girl who flunked every math and science course in high school into a tenured professor of engineering. And she currently uses them to curb procrastination, to learn and retain difficult material better and faster, and to increase her creativity in problem-solving and writing.
Dr. Oakley’s excellent book we’ll be discussing is A Mind For Numbers: How to excel at math and science (even if you flunked algebra).
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Should true Christians engage in materialistic practices? What does the Lord have to say about this important topic? Is a little materialism OK? What qulifies as materialism, opposed to just meeting ones needs? Tune in to see how the Lord inspires our host to address these and related topics
In Luke 4:23 Jesus quotes a proverb, "Do miracles here in your hometown like those you did in Capernaum," which means to make sure you perform charity work in the city you live rather than focusing solely overseas. We see ministries clamoring to go overseas to perform mission work but their home church is surrounded by poverty. What do you think? Should churches perform overseas mission work? If so, are there certain things they should stay away from?
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This is episode six in the CwCS and we are about to turn it up, stay tuned in because we have a few tricks up our sleeve that will set it off up in here..
Tonight Pam Degand will be joined by a special co-host Charity Wilder-Fischer along with Kevin W. Womble and our special guest is Publisher and Author Heddrick McBride of McBride Stories Collection
Mr. McBride will be our guest this Sunday evening at 8:00 pm Eastern time. He is the owner/author of a collection of stories that are geared towards African American children. The colorful covers really jump out and catch one's eye. Heddrick's passion came from noticing there were very few books in bookstores, libraries, etc. that were just for black children. The books are very informative and fun at the same time.
He has also worked with ex-offenders in order to help them understand just how important family and being a responsible citizen is.
You've had advice from your friends, you've tried following what you see on TV and what society tells you that you should do, you may have even forked out hundreds of dollars on ineffective books and courses on how to attract women and your still stuck in the same place as before. Askrosebudd show is confidence building information that is guaranteed to teach you to have a firm grasp on life and how social interactions with others work. You will learn new information to help you develop a proactive direction and goals and also how to control sexual thoughts and outcomes. Most importantly, you will gain the ability to produce desired results in any endeavor undertaken.
Nicholas Henderson is an Art Directors' Guild 'Excellence in Production Design' winning feature film art director/set designer and trained architect. Nicholas has worked within the design teams of award winning buildings, four television dramas, 'The Wizarding World of Harry Potter: Diagon Alley' theme park in Orlando, Florida, ten live action features and three animated features within the UK and the United States. Between 2008 and 2010, Nicholas worked on 'Harry Potter & The Deathly Hallows, Parts 1 & 2', (both nominated for the art direction Academy Award) on which he worked as art director for the destruction of Hogwarts alongside three time Academy Award winner Stuart Craig. In addition, Nicholas won the 'Excellence in Production Design' award at the 2012 Art Directors' Guild annual awards for his work on these films. In addition, Nicholas' has designed a Philadelphia project tower block under attack from zombies in Marc Forster's thriller 'World War Z' working alongside Production Designer Nigel Phelps, the bridge interior of the 'Nostromo' spaceship in Ridley Scott's sci-fi 'Prometheus' working alongside Oscar nominated Production Designer Arthur Max, 19th century victorian London interiors in Guy Ritchie's 'Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows' alongside Oscar nominated Production Designer Sarah Greenwood, and a Greek Village in 'Mamma Mia' working alongside Production Designer Maria Djurkovic. Nicholas designs by hand on a drawing board and with Vectorworks CAD for 2D set drawings and with Autodesk Maya for all digital environments.Since 2012, Nicholas has worked as an in-house visual development artist at Dreamworks Animation in San Francisco, California working in the world of animated films. You can email your questions to email@example.com or follow us on Twitter @123Film