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Can we define god into existence? Can we use semanitcs to be apologetics? Is anyone convinced by this? The Onological Arguement for the existence of god is a complete failure. We'll explore why.
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Philosopher Dr. Diana Hsieh discussed "Argument from Miracles, Part 1: The Argument and Some Objections" with listeners in this episode of Philosophy in Action Radio.
Do reports of miracles prove the existence of God? Most people of faith appeal to the miracles of their faith as grounds for their belief. Here, I consider what miracles are, how they are supposed to prove God's existence, and raise some concerns about them.
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Arguments are somthing we try to avoid and at times we get sucked in and we don't know how we dot in and we do not know how to get out of an argument. How can you, in the heat of the momet switch gears and end with a better outcome? How can you restore respect and integrity and love back into your relationships as you recover from the arguement? How do you go from I never want to talk to them again to talking to them again? Tune in and Join the conversation Friday Morning at 5:30 AM, PST!
Adam Liptak of The New York Times reports, "The Supreme Court on Tuesday was deeply divided over one of the great civil rights issues of the age, same-sex marriage. But Justice Anthony M. Kennedy, whose vote is probably crucial, gave gay rights advocates reasons for optimism based the tone and substance of his questions." In this episode, Nicholas Snow brings you the complete audio recording of the oral argument in 14-556, Obergefell v. Hodges, and consolidated cases.
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The news stories of young Black men being killed by police will continue to come. This story line is simply too enticing for the media to let go. Sure these stories need to be told but what is the motive and what is the expected outcome of these stories?
It seems as if these stories are cherry picked and told for the sole purpose of creating a buzz. In affect they simply pour salt in the wounds of Blacks and Whites alike. These stories are told with the seeming end gole of just having a story to tell to cause discord and unrest.
There is an injustice going on here far beyond of any real or percieved injustice to the dead individual involved. When we see these stories we all pick a side without any real knowledge of the facts. We jump to judgement of innocence or guilt faster than the judgement of the Bush Gore Election of 2000.
We all have decided what side we are on and rush to defend Trayvon Martin because of the color of his skin. We rush to defend the Baltimore PD because Freddie Gray was simply a known thug.
All of our decisions have been preprogrammed once we simply see a head line or from the opening remark of a "Breaking News" story. Do we really ever see any real justice? What kind of good should we all be expecting?
What about instead of my side "winning" the argument we started to actually realize "hope and change"? I mean in a way that benefits us all. What about if we as people of color actively engaged the police instead of avoiding them? ...
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Coach advocates for a mandatory work detail for students who are habitually truant. Cee Cee sees the downside such as the likelihood of unequitable enforcement and flagrant violation of civil rights. Who has the better argument? You be the judge.
PodVader and the SuperFans preview the AFC East and are joined by special guest, Ross Tucker! He host the Ross Tucker Football podcast and you can tweet him @rosstuckernfl.
Ross Tucker reunites with Pod Vader and starts talking about the Bills. Rex Ryan can be the guy to bring championship gold to Buffalo. They have a great argument for having the best DLine which for Ross is the second most important position after QB. But the Bills don't have a QB - or do they. Andrew asks about Ross' position on position battles in reference to Geno Smith being named the starting QB for the Jets. Who's next in the East? How about the Dolphins?
Dave breaks down the QB position for the Dolphins and their strengths and weaknesses. Dave is mostly concerned with the LBs, but Andrew mentions the Dolphins' Oline will have trouble holding up against the Dline's in the AFC East.
Moving on to the Jets, Andrew has to defend the decision to name Geno Smith the starter already. Geno does have some weapons surrounding him with a deep RB core and some nice WRs. A QBs best friend is a great defense and the Jets have a pretty good one.
Assuming the Patriots are without Tom Brady for at least a couple games, Jimmy Garopplo is the next man up. Pats Oline is concerning. Can Julian Edleman be good without Brady? Patriots secondary looks just awful. Are they the fourth best roster in the division?
Season predictions for the teams has Pod concerned about a very competitive year ahead.
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Tonight: " The Matter of White ManNess: The Bad Apple Argument NOT"
police misconduct, college students singing songs of lynching Black people or elected officialswe are quick to defend the system as a whole and say that these are just examples of “a few bad apples”. We submit that such arguments are ‘bullshyt’. These problems are definitely systematic and "the bad apple arguments" do not pass the test of logic.
Does not a rotten apple pollute all the apples in the crate ? Or, is their bacteria in the crate which infects all the apples ? This racist behavior living in a “specialized white male culture’ living off of white privilege and supremacy is impossible. It pollutes and empowers whatever real or assumed power they are granted. Our children die and live by this system. Our tax dollars support it.
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1Jo 5:6, “This is he that came by water and blood, even Jesus Christ; not by water only, but by water and blood. And it is the Spirit that beareth witness, because the Spirit is truth.
The bible instructs us to seek the truth, yet when we find the truth few believe that it is in fact truth—even though they can read it for themselves. I have often wondered why so few words can be so easily misunderstood and those who form no opinion about God’s word are persecuted when they find it. Well it is because of the nature of truth. What do I mean, “The nature of Truth”, you ask? First… the nature of truth has no opinion. Secondly…the nature of truth is not subject to interpretation, and thirdly… the nature of truth is not tolerant. This means that truth is absolute. Truth has limits and is endless. The limit is that there is a period, but lasts forever—Just like Christ. Truth goes against the nature of reality and thought, because both are subjective. As kingdom citizens we are not.
Relative and natural thought has and will only seek out self-preservation, while truth operates regardless of how things look or how we think or feel. Truth—being the only absolute— will reject any argument that has opinion or poses questions to anything that gives no true meaning of defining right or wrong or a beginning and an end that last forever. Emotional experiences are subject to the way we feel, thus can be void of truth. Void because if God’s will is dependent on our feelings, that would make him subject to us and not us to him. Please join us to understand what the Church (You) look like without an opinion and what one looks like with one. Call (310)982-4267 at 6:30pm EST.
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Explosion of Religious Blasphemy
Obama Blasphemes Jesus And Rebukes Him Saying That “Jesus Was Wrong” In Front Of A Christian Audience! “You know, one could make an interpretive argument that Jesus didn’t actually mean there would always be poor people on the earth. But that’s not what Obama did, not in the least. Rather, he went with the premise that Jesus was indeed saying that and then rebuked it”.
Sin is the reason for the lack of peace in the mind of men and women. We cannot counsel the demons out of their minds. We cannot change their lives with psychology. We must return to the basics of the Word of God and Jesus Christ as Lord. We must depart from this global explosion of false religious peace of a strange, new, universally accepted Jesus
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