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The History of Christianity #28
Our Scripture passage today is Matthew 5:12 which reads: "Rejoice, and be exceeding glad: for great is your reward in heaven: for so persecuted they the prophets which were before you."
Our quote today is from Tertullian. He said: "Only without the sword can the Christian wage war: the Lord has abolished the sword."
Today, we are discussing "Persecution in the Second Century" (Part 4) from Dr. Justo L. Gonzalez's fine book, The Story of Christianity (Volume 1).
Today's subject is Persecution Under Marcus Aurelius
Marcus Aurelius, who became emperor in 161 AD, possessed one of the most enlightened minds of his age. He was not, like Nero and perhaps Domitian, enamored with power and vainglory. On the contrary, he was a refined man who left behind a collection of Meditations, written for his private use, which are literary masterpieces of the time. He expresses some of the ideals with which he tried to rule his vast empire:
Think constantly, both as a Roman and as a man, to do the task before you with perfect and simple dignity, and with kindness, freedom, and justice. Try to forget everything else. And you will be able to do so if you undertake every action in your life as if it were the last, leaving aside all negligence and the opposition of passion to the dictates of reason, and leaving aside also all hypocrisy, egotism, and rebelliousness against your own lot.
Under such an emperor, it could be expected that Christians would enjoy a period of relative peace. And yet, the same emperor who expressed such lofty ideals regarding government also ordered that Christians be persecuted....
We continue discussing Marcus Aurelius' Meditations, focusing on the relationship between the individual, rational being and the Commonwealth or "World City". This week we will be approaching the topic from the lens of self-interest. How does Marcus Aurelius' view of a Commonwealth of rational beings connect with notions of self-interest? Further, how do Marcus Aurelius' exhortations to rid ourselves of anger and promote tolerance and patience connect with one's self-interest? These are some of the questions on which we will focus for this week's episode of EthicsTalk.
In his Meditations, Marcus Aurelius repeatedly affirms that human beings are both reasonable and social. And in Book X, Verse 2, he appears to identify a deep connection between aspects of human nature when he claims “what is reasonable is consequently also social”. In this show, we will explore the meaning of this connection. What is the nature of relationship between the reasonable and the social? Do human beings possess the natural capacity for reason to serve the social? Or are human beings social so that their rational natures can be developed? Or perhaps the reasonable and the social are inter-entailing and ‘co-dependent’ in some way. The objective of the show is to gain a better understand Marcus Aurelius’ view of the relationship between the ‘reasonable’ and ‘social’ aspects of human nature and how this facet of Marcus Aurelius’ philosophy connects with his metaphysical views about the nature of the universe and the ‘human commonwealth’
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Life's Issues Radio with Lloyd Rosen with his guest Richard Smith & Dean Roberts:
Richard H. Smith, Ph. D., is a Professor of Psychology at the University of Kentucky (Ph.D. The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill). His research is on social emotions such as awe, envy, and schadenfreude. He has edited a volume on envy, Envy: Theory and Research, Oxford University Press, 2008, and has a recent book on schadenfreude, The Joy of Pain: Schadenfreude and the Dark Side of Human Nature, Oxford University Press, 2013
Dean Roberts - I was born in 1939 got kicked out of school at age 16 Was given an early discharge for the Navy in 20 got married at 22 and had two children within three years. Some time in my late 20s I started to read and study Marcus Aurelius book meditations and think and grow Rich by Napoleon hill When my parents retired from the family steel rule die business in 1976 we were doing around $100,000 a year in sales. By 1981 my company had become the largest manufacturer of diecut dollhouse kits in the world we were doing about $4 billion in sales with over 40 employees. I had the good fortune to attract some really great people that took full responsibility for all the day-to-day operations. This enabled me to travel study meditate exercise and play way too much tournament poker. So now in the final stage of my life I would like to share with younger people some of the useful things that I've learned over the years. My daughter son and grandson are operating the business today it's Greenleafdollhouses.com
RADIO Live @ 9pm EST.Sunday Night We have the "Eagles in Flight Hour" with Apostle Marcus Dupree & Prophet Celena Dupree; Founders of Eagles Wings International of Ridgeland South Carolina They will be bringing forth the Word... more
So it has been a minute since I had TWO guest on the same show,but I LOVE WGEN I DO THAT!!!!!!!!!! To close out March I thought I would give u something quite special,and so I will...I welcome Comedian Marcus"Poke" Miles and Poet/Author Captain Gimpy!!!!!!!! Let me tell ya'll something....it is GOING DOWN this episode...
Ronald Brady, also known as Captain Gimpy, is a published author who recently made his poetic debut at the Brickhouse Gallery in Sacramento. He is a poet and author who has maintained the blog called "Musings of a Digital Vagabond," where the seeds of his book "The GImpy Monologues," were sown.
Marcus “POKE” Miles, a stand-up comedian from Richmond, California with a direct and fiery delivery of up to date events and up to date topics that everyone can relate to. Poke’s goal in comedy is to be able to make any audience laugh as well as be able to bring a funny from subjects that most people think of but may be uncomfortable to speak about out loud in public. Poke’s influence of comedy is Richard Pryor, Dennis Leary, and Eddie Murphy.
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Join us on the Art Of War Network Show with host Earl Simmons, and his guest Azizah Nubia on Astrology with our children On Saturday, March 28, 2015, at 11:30 A.M. Est., until 2:00 P.M. Est. Call us at 1-347-857-3470, with any questions, or comments that you might have. You may want to listen in, or visit us online at www.blogtalkradio.com. Enjoy the show.
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The Politics of Promotion: How High-Achieving Women Get Ahead and Stay Ahead with Bonnie Marcus and Sharon Sayler host of LifeInterrupted Radio
Join Sharon as she welcomes Bonnie Marcus author of the new bestseller, The Politics of Promotion to Life Interrupted Radio. In this episode you will find out the tools and guidance you need to successfully navigate the realities of your organizations, especially office politics to get you promotions and recognition you deserve.
Bonnie Marcus, a professional coach is focused on helping women advance their careers, demonstrates the impact of relationships and sponsorship in career trajectory. Readers will learn why excellence and achievement aren't enough to get ahead, and how networking with power and intention can make all the difference in perception, reputation, and promotion.
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