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The Reason For Now

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The Reason For Now

The Reason For Now By DrTheo

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Humans flatter themselves with their complicated theories about themselves . Maybe it's a symptom of our craving for significance within the expanding universe. In reality we are cavemen and forgetting this is what complicates matters. Understand this and you can derive and predict the reason for now and the future. Enjoy.
 
The Allender Center Podcast features Dr. Dan Allender and his team engaging topics on healing and restoration through the unique intersection of theology and psychology. Through questions submitted by listeners, stories, interviews, and conversations, we engage the deep places of heartache and hope that are rarely addressed so candidly in our culture today. Join us to gain refreshing insight into understanding your story, handling relational struggles, recovering from trauma and abuse, and m ...
 
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Banished

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Banished

Booksmart Studios

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Banished is about our reassessment of the many people and ideas that conflict with modern sensibilities. What can we learn about our present obsession with cancel culture by examining history, and what might it mean for freedom of expression? And how do we reconcile opposing points of view without turning on each other? For extra content, including bonus episodes and columns, please consider becoming a paying subscriber to Booksmart Studios! http://www.booksmartstudios.org/subscribe www.book ...
 
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Conservative Curious

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Conservative Curious

Jessica Dang and Anirudh Pai

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How do we find what is good and just? What does the intersection of tech and the counter-enlightenment look like? What does the future look like for a NEET? Conservative Curious explores these questions and more. In this show, Jessica Dang and Anirudh Pai discover the thinkers, seekers and creators in their intellectual sphere and delve into their guests’ thoughts on philosophy, politics, culture and the future.
 
We gather in a building...an old building. But Central Avenue Church is far more than brick, wood, and glass. We are a group of people from different backgrounds, ethnicities, denominations, and ages, who believe that being a church should be about more than having a list of things we disagree with. Also, we think Jesus is pretty cool. In fact, we think Jesus is the hope of the world. On Sunday mornings, we come together to grow, to learn, to worship, to love, and to seek God alongside one a ...
 
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Thinking CAP

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Thinking CAP

Center for American Progress

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Thinking CAP is a weekly podcast featuring the nation’s top progressive leaders and influencers. The show covers the major issues at the intersection of activism, race, policy, and politics. Hosted by Daniella Gibbs Léger and Ed Chung.
 
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Humans are still evolutionary cavemen where reflex anxiety reduction was necessary for survival. In our concrete jungle there no predators for us to escape from and no basic survival needs to occupy us. We are prisoners of our need to reduce our innate anxiety most of which traps us with cycles of instant gratification and goal seeking. This reflex…
 
What is happening with Biden's drug mandate in the US supreme court? Is Russia really a bastion of safety from globalist tyranny? How does Dr. Seuss help us see the futility of scapegoating? Join David Gornoski as he talks about these topics. David is joined by Corey DeAngelis, the director of school choice at Reason Foundation, who comments on the…
 
David Gornoski starts the show with some analysis of the latest news stories from around the country. What happened to Chris Cuomo at CNN? How do Big Tech "fact-checkers" create narratives to deceive us on key issues? Joining David for this episode is geopolitical analyst Sir Owen. Are we being experimented on like mice? Why has "extreme safety" ta…
 
What's going on with the drug mandates around the world? The first US Omicron case has been found in California and CNN has already started the fearmongering. Join David Gornoski as he deconstructs the media myths of our time. Also in the show, Tucker Goodrich calls in to discuss the cause of ACL injuries; why we must reconsider the dietary guideli…
 
“Supply and demand.” “It’s just Econ 101.” “Most economists agree...” “There’s always trade offs.” Over and over, media and policymakers spew the same tired recitations meant to convey the seemingly natural, immutable laws of economics. "The economy," we’re told, is thriving when business owners and job creators are making record profits, and faili…
 
David Gornoski starts the show by commenting on the latest findings on natural immunity, Jack Dorsey stepping down from Twitter, the burial of Hunter Biden's laptop, and more. Joining David is Burke Peters who talks about investing in the cryptocurrency space, trading with the knowledge of mimesis, detecting bs in markets, maintaining assets during…
 
David Gornoski returns to the show and he comments on Moderna CEO's latest remarks as well as the threat of more restrictions looming over us. David is joined by Randall Evans who reports on the largest protest Australia recently had in its history and how the government is reacting in an increasingly draconian fashion. Also in the show, retired NY…
 
Jeff Deist of the Mises Institute is joined by Per Bylund and the two talk about the impact of the Build Back Better bill, what entrepreneurs can do to tackle disruptions, and more. Jeff is also joined later by Tho Bishop who offers his insights on Biden's infrastructure bill, why the Republican Party must tackle the pandemic tyranny, what can be d…
 
Jeff Deist of the Mises Institute returns to talk about the new boogeyman, the "Omicron" variant. Joining Jeff for this episode is Tom Woods, host of the Tom Woods Show. Can lockdowns and boosters work against this new variant? Does Fauci know what he is doing? Also in the show, Dr. Per Bylund calls in to talk about the economic impact of the lockd…
 
[WARNING: The second half of the podcast discusses the rape of Dinah and I share an account of sexual harrassment from recent congressional testimony.] If the early chapters of Genesis are about where we come from, the second half of Genesis is about the experiences that change us, that make us who we are as adults, not through our own achievements…
 
A character played by an actor in a fat suit shovels food in his face, unable to restrain himself in a fit of rage. Another falls, too lazy and out-of-shape to get up without the aid of others. And yet another loses weight and avenges the anti-fat bullying she faced growing up, finally earning respect as a thin person. We see all of these tropes ad…
 
David Gornoski starts the show by explaining how mimetic groupthink lies at the heart of every ideology and how we can bypass envy with innovation. Are the decreed medicines proving ineffective against the pandemic? Were Biden and Newsome injured by these mandated drugs? Listen to the full episode as David covers the latest news, topics, and more. …
 
Tucker Goodrich starts the episode by highlighting the importance of free-thinking in today's climate of media indoctrination. Why should a kid like Kyle Rittenhouse feel it necessary to defend local businesses with rifles? How can we have a seed oil-free thanksgiving? Should we get rid of the turkey? Should Dwight D Eisenhower have gotten rid of r…
 
Jeff Deist of the Mises Institute is joined by Paul Gottfried, editor of chief of Chronicles Magazine. The two talk about why the Left has the upper hand in the culture war, the failures of the conservative movement, and more. Also in the show, Mises economist Ryan McMaken calls in to discuss how inflation is being turned into a positive concept by…
 
Jeff Deist of the Mises Institute guest hosts this episode of A Neighbor's Choice. What startling remarks did Germany's health minister make about their drug mandate? Plus, Judge Andrew Napolitano joins Deist for an analysis of the much-publicized Kyle Rittenhouse trial. Also joining Deist to comment on the aftermath of the trial is Paul Gottfried,…
 
As we prepare to celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday, Dan and Rachael continue their discussion on the intersection of grief and gratitude, focussing on how to engage those categories in our families of origin. In this episode, they dive into how to balance these two realities in our stories while we’re in a season of family gatherings and celebrati…
 
David Gornoski and Tucker Goodrich talk about how seed oil consumption gives rise to autoimmune diseases; whether diet sodas and sugar are equally as damaging as seed oils; whether Omega 6 fatty acids are good for the heart; and more. Plus, David Gornoski comments on Kamala Harris' remarks about the Kyle Rittenhouse verdict, Bill Gates' funding of …
 
David Gornoski comments on the reactions to the Kyle Rittenhouse verdict. What are some of the issues that are being overlooked during this entire ordeal? Listen to the full episode to find out. Also in the show, Tucker Goodrich calls in to discuss the cause of ARDS in the pandemic, how seed oils invert our immune system, the nutritional cause of a…
 
Can carbon dioxide be converted to food? Physicist Dr. Weiping Yu joins the show to comment on whether this is possible. Dr. Yu also comments on the recent news regarding black holes. What really lies at the center of the galaxy? Has Helion Energy cracked the code for fusion technology? Listen to the full segment to find out. Visit A Neighbor's Cho…
 
David Gornoski starts the episode with some reflections on the notion of mandating medicine, employee shortages, pandemic long-term effects, and Biden's declining ratings. Are healthy diets more effective than patented drugs? Can the GOP move past Trump's movement? How are small businesses reacting to the proposed drug mandate? How do we create a c…
 
Florida Rep. Anthony Sabatini joins David Gornoski to give us an update on what's going on with Ron DeSantis' ban on drug mandates. What do we make of OSHA's suspension of Biden's drug mandates? Listen to the full episode to find out. Plus, David gives us some much-needed analysis of the news and topics such as the Kyle Rittenhouse trial, declining…
 
Joining David Gornoski for an exciting conversation on how nutrition affects our identity is the author of Deep Nutrition, Dr. Cate Shanahan. Is gender dysphoria related to our nutritional intake? What is endocrine disruption and how is it connected to seed oils? Do seed oils distort facial symmetry? Should red meat be treated the same as junk food…
 
In this sermon -- playing on the Rabbinic commentary that the name of the Torah portion that mentions Sarah's death is called "The Life [or Lives] of Sarah" because we should celebrate the lives she lead rather than think of her death-- I discuss Dara Horn's new book People Love Dead Jews, which argues that the non-Jewish world loves books about An…
 
David Gornoski calls in and joins Tho Bishop for an analysis of the Kyle Rittenhouse trial with an anthropological lens. How do we make sense of the pandemic tyranny in the larger picture of history? What are some innovations and platforms that we can be excited about for the future? What makes Ron DeSantis different from the rest of the Republican…
 
Tho Bishop of the Mises Institute starts the show with the question of whether the scapegoating of Trump has brought any catharsis to America as the media claims. What important lessons can we learn from the Kyle Rittenhouse trial? Joining Tho is Jonathan Newman, the author of The Broken Window. Tho and Jonathan discuss the supposedly transitory as…
 
Jeff Deist of the Mises Institute is joined Scott Horton, author of Enough Already, for an intriguing conversation on America's foreign policy and endless wars. Are Americans aware of the many wars that are being undertaken in their names around the world? Is the "threat" of China a good reason against secession? Plus, renowned economist Dr. Bob Mu…
 
Jeff Deist of the Mises Institute guest hosts this episode of A Neighbor's Choice and he is joined by Tho Bishop, also from the Mises Institute. As the trial nears its end, what awaits Kyle Rittenhouse? Why are Antifa/BLM riots mostly overlooked by the mainstream media? Also joining Jeff is Murray Sabrin, author of Universal Medical Care from Conce…
 
Ford Seeuws, the Surfing Violinist, guest hosts this episode of A Neighbor's Choice. He is joined by J.P. Ferreira and the two talk about the divide in America between cosmopolitans and traditionalists; whether faith is reasonable; the proper places for laws; and more. What are the keys to heaven that Jesus refers to? How do we transcend the cosmic…
 
Ford Seeuws, the Surfing Violinist, guest hosts this episode of A Neighbor's Choice. Ford starts the show with some reflection on a passage from the Gospel of Matthew. Ford is joined by Brett Lindell, CEO of Pantheon Holdings, and the two discuss the lessons we can learn from ancient myths, the influence of Jordan Peterson, the introduction to Aust…
 
Jim Babka is joined by Max Borders, the author of the Social Singularity, who calls in to discuss the validity of the drug mandates; whether drug mandates are directed by ideology rather than scientific study; Fauci and the Wuhan lab leak; Moderna's connection to the government; the scapegoating of the drug mandate rejectors; the targeting of child…
 
In this episode, Jim Babka of Downsize DC guest hosts the show and he is joined by Perry Willis, contributor for the Zero Aggression Project. Jim and Perry talk about the bad aspects behind Veteran's Day; whether any of the modern wars involving the US are justified; why many nations sided with the Soviet Union during the Cold War; how government i…
 
In this episode, John Zmirak calls in to give us the latest updates in the Kyle Rittenhouse trial. Has this trial exposed the mainstream media as a scapegoating machine? Also in the show, David Gornoski is joined by Professor Michael Rectenwald who talks about prediction and planning of the Great Reset. Plus, Tucker Goodrich joins to talk about the…
 
David Gornoski is joined by returning guest Randall Evans from Australia who updates us on the frightening concept of government utilizing QR codes for movement and basic facilities. How can we survive spiritually in this time of growing totalitarianism? Is segregation making a return? How are the green passes affecting daily life in Italy? What ca…
 
“The elites are out to get you and your hard-earned pay.” “We’re spending too much on protecting foreign nations and not enough defending our own borders against immigrant invaders.” “China is taking your job and will soon take over your phone.” We are consistently fed this type of “rightwing populism” –– sticking up for the working man against an …
 
What's happening in Germany and Sweden with regards to the drug mandates? Was Sweden's approach to the pandemic successful? Join David Gornoski as he analyzes these topics. Also in the show, David is joined by Jerry Bowyer, editor at Townhall Finance. Is MSNBC correct in saying that inflation is a good thing? Do economic bubbles accurately depict a…
 
In this episode, David Gornoski is joined by James Kourtides of the Rooster's Crow podcast. What are the spiritual ramifications of the drug mandate? Why are many people putting up with this current tyranny? What's going on in Russia with the health passports? Also in the show, Kerry McDonald, author of Unschooled: Raising Curious, calls in to disc…
 
David Gornoski starts the episode with an analysis of the aggressive drug mandate campaign towards kids. Why did some members of the GOP help Biden pass the infrastructure bill? Do children warrant a drug mandate as per the scientific data? Should we abandon beef as the central planners suggest we do? Join David as he takes on these questions while…
 
The human mind does anything to avoid or reduce anxiety. We have the ability to think of difficult questions but lack the intelligence to solve them. In order to achieve peace of mind we deal with this cognitive dissonance by making a best guess and as time passes we become ever more attached to our chosen view point and can even justify it. Thus t…
 
Dr. J. Derek McNeil, president of The Seattle School of Theology & Psychology and Cathy Lorezel, Co-founder of The Allender Center join Dan and Rachael for a special anniversary episode. They share some beginning behind-the scenes stories of how The Allender Center was birthed and what drives us to stay in this work in the future.…
 
Special guest host Morgan Streetman comments on the latest battle royale between Rand Paul and Fauci; the NIH's changing of the definition of gain-of-function research; the horrific beagle torture experiments run by Fauci, the development of China's hypersonic nuclear missiles; the scapegoat ritual of the Old Testament and what this reveals for us …
 
In this episode, Morgan Streetman guest hosts A Neighbor's Choice and he starts the show with the news that Florida now has the lowest COVID rate in the entire country. Why did Italy revise the number of fatalities in the pandemic? Is there any chance for the states to successfully compete against Biden's draconian drug mandates? Listen to the enti…
 
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