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Former Wisconsin Badgers guards Ben Brust and Jordan Taylor come on the show to talk about their NBA Summer League experiences in Las Vegas. Have they had a chance to enjoy themselves down in Vegas, and what's the harder competition - playing against their teammates, or the other NBA teams?
BadgerNation's Ben Worgull helps Jake preview the Wisconsin Badgers offense. Who has the edge at the quarterback position: Tanner McEvoy or Joel Stave? How will the recent roster attrition affect the wide receiving corps? He'll let you know.
Plus, we start our Packers positional previews as well. How will the defense look now with Julius Peppers opposite Clay Matthews, and who will start at safety opposite Morgan Burnett -- Ha Ha Clinton-Dix or Micah Hyde?
Can't forget Milwaukee Brewers and British Open talk, too! Listen in!!!
Terry and Aaron are excited to talk to Dane Clement of Great Dane Graphics about his artwork and training packages. We will also be chatting with him about any tips and trick he might have for novice and expert art departments. We will also discuss with him how his complete training packages work and discuss his seminars and other educational opportunities he has available to our industry.
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The History of Christianity #26
Our Scripture passage today is Acts 14:22 which reads: "Confirming the souls of the disciples, and exhorting them to continue in the faith, and that we must through much tribulation enter into the kingdom of God."
Our quote today is from Clement of Alexandria. He said: "Above all Christians are not allowed to correct by violence sinful wrongdoings."
Today, we are discussing "Persecution in the Second Century" (Part 2) from Dr. Justo L. Gonzalez's fine book, The Story of Christianity (Volume 1).
Today we are discussing Ignatius of Antioch, the Bearer of God
About the year 107 AD, the elderly bishop of Antioch, Ignatius, was condemned to death by the imperial authorities. Since great festivities were being planned in Rome in celebration of a military victory, Ignatius was sent to the capital so that his death might provide entertainment for the people. On his way to martyrdom, he wrote seven letters that are among the most valuable documents informing our knowledge of early Christianity.
Ignatius was probably born around 30 or 35 AD, and was well over seventy when his life ended in martyrdom. In his letters, he repeatedly calls himself "the bearer of God," as if this were a title by which he was known - and this is an indication of the high respect in which he was held among Christians. Much later, by making a slight change in the Greek text of his letters, people began speaking of Ignatius as "he who was borne by God," and thus arose the legend that he was the little child whom Jesus picked up and placed in the midst of his disciples. In any case, by the beginning of the second century Ignatius had great prestige in the entire Christian community, because he was bishop (the second after the apostles) of one of the most ancient churches, that of Antioch.
An Exclusive interview with Kwame Clement
As we enter into the sign of Gemini, we know that words take on a much greater meaning. Geminis love to communicate and create. Some of the world's most creative and successful people are Geminis or have Gemini on the ascendant. Ruled by Mercury, these lively characters can be the life of the party. Of course, they can also be a bit flighty, trying to do too much at once, but we love them still. Do you have a Gemini in your life? What does it feel like to be one? Are you one? Call in with your questions, observations, and (yes) even your complaints about this lively sign. Join me and Debra as we work our way through this conversation....(hint Debra has Gemini Rising.)
Scheduled Guests: Jill Salzman shows the keys to being an mompreneur. Jude Bijoux talked about how to manage the different personalities at work. Ryan Holiday demonstrates how to get past any obstacle. Josh Clement talks about the future of e-learning for small biz owners. Daliah Saper solves your small biz issue. Sponsors: Nextiva, Sage One and Saper Law.
Shawn K Clement
Originally from Milford, Massachusetts, Clement excelled academically; after graduation, he moved to Boston to study at the prestigious Berklee College of Music. In 1993 Clement first visited Los Angeles and joined a country band with a regular residency at the hottest club on the Sunset Strip, Roxbury. He played sessions with a diverse roster of musicians including Skunk Baxter, Don Johnson and Harry Dean Stanton. In 1994, he decided to live in Los Angeles full time. Arriving on January 17 -- the day of the Northridge earthquake -- he continued to write, record and perform. In 1995, his composing career moved into high gear as he wrote music for Women, a series on Showtime and scored The Savage Dragon, an animated series for Universal. Clement's credits include the acclaimed network series Buffy The Vampire Slayer (1997-98). He has composed for features: A Rock and a Hard Place (Showtime) and One Way Out (Arrow Entertainment). Clement's music has also been heard on television shows Entertainment Tonight, Extra Magazine, The Guiding Light, Ally McBeal, Donny and Marie, Married....With Children, Another World, Wasteland, As the World Turns, Crime & Punishment, Ray Bradbury Theatre, The Heights and California Dreams. In addition to scoring, Clement is also an accomplished songwriter. While composing for Buffy The Vampire Slayer he also created songs that have reached cult status, as evidenced by the overwhelming response from the show's aficionados on the Buffy websites. Clement's songs also add an integral musical element to his score for We Married Margo. A mastery of musical gear has won Clement endorsements from Yamaha Guitars, Cakewalk Music Software, Seymour Duncan, Dean Markley Strings, Rocktron, Lexicon, EMU, Frontier Design, Peavey and Nemesys. He has been featured in full-page ads in Mix, Keyboard, EQ and Recording magazines to promote gear for Frontier Designs.
The Don S. McClure Show - A detail look inside the makings of the Castrati,
Who were these masters of Voice and Music.
They were known as the ( CASTRATI )
A look inside the male dominated use of Voice and Music.
St. Paul had written that women should be silent in church (mulier taceat in ecclesia) so they could not be used in choirs.
Since women were banned from the stage in many locations, castrati also formed a function in early opera. Even when women were allowed, the public preferred the sound of the high male voice. Falsettists were sometimes employed, but the overall effect of their voices was artificial.
The Castrati were the answer and, for over two hundred years, they ruled the musical world.
Pope Clement VIII (1592-1605) preferred their voices over women and proclaimed: "The creation of castrati for church choirs was to be held ad honorem Dei ( to the honor of God).
For the most part, they started as small boys from impoverished families who had been discovered to have beautiful voices.
The practice of castration to preserve the high voice of a boy is shrouded in mystery.
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