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Hopeless Sarcastics

Kaylee Argenbright & Jordyn Bachmann

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The world is painfully serious; and sometimes just painful. Sisters Kaylee and Jordyn make it through with a little bit of cynicism, a splash of realness, and a whole lot of laughter. Weather having a heart-to-heart or engaging in conversations that make their parents (who most definitely listen to this podcast) cringe, Kaylee and Jordyn always bring the humor! If you've always wanted to hang with your cool older sisters who give questionable advice, you've come to the right place. Sarcasm r ...
 
The Faith Explained with Cale Clarke is a 30-minute show delving into the teachings of the Catholic faith. Cale looks at the Scriptures, the Catechism, and Sacred Tradition to present you with an in-depth look at what the Catholic Church believes. In listening to this show, you will not only gain a deeper understanding of the faith, but will be inspired and equipped to share it with others – family, friends, and those you encounter in your everyday life.
 
Today's world is dominated by disruption - digital, technology and business model disruption is impacting every industry and practically every business. But what does this disruption mean for you? Have you thought about how you can prepare and benefit from the opportunities? In the Disciplined Disruption Podcast, you will hear from some of the most brilliant minds insights, stories and implementation tips how you can thrive in today's fast-changing world - both in business or work and in life.
 
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Cale continues to discuss James, the so-called "brother of the Lord", in his mini series, Bonding with James. In this Episode, Cale takes a detailed look at many of the men named James in the New Testament.By The Faith Explained with Cale Clarke - Learning the Catholic Faith
 
Cale begins this brand new mini series about James the so-called, "brother of the Lord." James was one of the people who was convinced to become a believer in Jesus because of the Resurrection.By The Faith Explained with Cale Clarke - Learning the Catholic Faith
 
In this episode of the Faith Explained, Cale dives back into the mailbag to answer listener questions about why people doubted the Resurrection and whether the early Christians can be disbelieved because they were biased.By The Faith Explained with Cale Clarke - Learning the Catholic Faith
 
Cale discusses and answers some objections to the Resurrection They include the Stolen Body Theory, Swoon Theory, Displaced Body Theory, The Theory that the Resurrection Paralells with Dying and Rising Pagan Gods, Hallucination TheoryBy The Faith Explained with Cale Clarke - Learning the Catholic Faith
 
Does God’s plan for his people in the Old Testament continue into the New Testament? Cale looks at the Gospel of Matthew and St. Paul’s letter to the Romans to compare God’s saving acts in the Old Testament with his actions in the New Testament.By The Faith Explained with Cale Clarke - Learning the Catholic Faith
 
Cale takes a look at the Beginning of the Book of Revelation. If you want to take a listen to the full series, here's the link: https://relevantradio.com/listen/our-shows/the-faith-explained/the-book-of-revelation/By The Faith Explained with Cale Clarke - Learning the Catholic Faith
 
After looking at the historical and literary context in which the Book of Revelation was written, Cale begins to dig into the text itself, looking at Revelation 1:1-7. Right away, we see titles and images of Jesus that hearken back to the Old Testament, and we catch a glimpse of what is to come. We also see the importance of the priesthood that all…
 
How can we know that the miraculous deeds performed by Jesus recorded in the New Testament really happened? What are the criteria used to determine the authenticity of the events recorded? Cale looks at 5 things to understand about the miracles of Jesus.By The Faith Explained with Cale Clarke - Learning the Catholic Faith
 
Cale looks at Jesus in the garden of Gethsemane: did he actually sweat blood? How could he be afraid if he is God? Cale also looks at Jesus’ nature, his acceptance of the Father’s will, and compares this to Adam in Eden.By The Faith Explained with Cale Clarke - Learning the Catholic Faith
 
Cale looks at the Last Supper narrative in the Gospel of Luke alongside the ancient liturgy of the first Passover in the Book of Exodus. How was the Last Supper actually done? ‘Do this in remembrance of me’ means more than recalling the event: it means making it present and participating in it. Cale breaks down what this means.…
 
St. John Paul II called the transfiguration the “mystery of light par excellence”. Cale looks at parallels between Moses in the Book of Exodus and Jesus on the mountain with Elijah and Moses in the Gospel of Matthew. Cale also looks at how to navigate the mountain top experiences we have and the times when we are walking in the valley.…
 
What is the definition for the ‘kingdom of God’? What do exorcisms have to do with the kingdom of God? Where is the sacrament of confession in the Bible? What is the ‘kingdom prayer’? Cale also looks at the meaning of the parable of the sower.By The Faith Explained with Cale Clarke - Learning the Catholic Faith
 
Cale discusses the question of why the genealogies of Jesus in the gospels of Matthew and Luke are different. Cale also shares news about an incredible, new archaeological discovery that sheds light on exactly how old some of the biblical books might be.By The Faith Explained with Cale Clarke - Learning the Catholic Faith
 
Are the gospels historically reliable or do they contain contradictions that just can't be overcome? Cale looks at the question of the census at Jesus' birth. Was that historical? Cale explains this and more on the next episode of the Faith Explained on Relevant Radio and the Relevant Radio App.By The Faith Explained with Cale Clarke - Learning the Catholic Faith
 
Cale dips back into the listener mailbag. He looks at the question - "Why are there Differences in the Gospels? Does this mean they are not historical?" Cale explains this and more on this episode of the Faith Explained on Relevant Radio and the Relevant Radio App.By The Faith Explained with Cale Clarke - Learning the Catholic Faith
 
Cale goes to the mailbag to tackle a question about the gospels and why there are only four in the bible. What does the Da Vinci Code say about the gospels? Could there really be 80 different gospels? Cale explains how the Da Vinci Code is fictional, and It feeds the idea of wanting a loophole from the teachings of Jesus Christ.…
 
In this continuation of his discussion on the Our Father, Cale looks at the question of why God allows trials and temptations into our lives. If He knows how weak we are, what's the point? Cale discusses this and more on this episode of the Faith Explained.By The Faith Explained with Cale Clarke - Learning the Catholic Faith
 
In this continuation of Cale's discussion on the Our Father, he talks about the final temptation of Christ in the wilderness, and it's the most insidious of all of them. The devil takes Jesus to a very high mountain, and shows him all of the kingdoms of the world. He says, all of these I will give you. But there's a catch. Cale talks about this and…
 
In Cale's continued discussion on the Our Father, he talks about how "Deliver us from evil" is actually better translated to "deliver us from the evil one." When Satan tried to tempt Jesus in the wilderness, he tried to quote scripture, but he was misquoting it.By The Faith Explained with Cale Clarke - Learning the Catholic Faith
 
Cale continues to discuss the Our Father. "Lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil." Is it evil in general or is it the evil one in particular, the devil? Cale uses the temptation of Jesus in the wilderness to show this, because the wilderness was the playground of demons and evil spirits.…
 
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