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The Permaculture Realized Podcast delivers practical skills and knowledge to build your ecologically restorative homestead, farm, neighborhood, or business based on Permaculture concepts and methods. Please consider becoming our Patron on Patreon to keep this Podcast on the air. Visit: https://www.patreon.com/PermacultureRealizedPodcast
 
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Piracy had become common in the colonies by the end of the 17th century. One part economic boon, and another part danger, the practice would play a major role in colonial politics of the era. As promised during the episode, the link to the website is below. From there you can visit my source list and see just what it is I'm using to create this pod…
 
William Penn finally returns to Pennsylvania. Despite the decades-long absence, he quickly finds himself having to turn around and rush back to England. Before he can do that, however, he must first settle the question of the government. The result? The Pennsylvania Charter of Privileges in 1701.By Allen Ayers
 
While Christians are called to be unified as "one body" with "one faith" (Ephesians 4.4-6), sometimes we disagree on matters of liberty. How should members of the body of Christ react when faced with differences in opinion? Thankfully, the Holy Spirit has an answer! Listen as brother Allen Bailey teaches what the Scriptures have to say about Christ…
 
The Christian life involves a radical reorientation of the believer's lifestyle. Christ calls His followers not only to "put off the old man of sin," but also to "put on the new man" of righteous and holy living (Ephesians 4.22-24). In this lesson, evangelist Allen Bailey reminds us of the attributes that ought to characterize every Christian's lif…
 
The Lord Jesus calls each Christian to a higher standard of living. In this first lesson of our Summer Gospel Meeting, evangelist Allen Bailey exhorts us to examine ourselves in the spiritual mirror of God's word and cut out the cancerous sins we find, so we may "present our bodies as a living sacrifice, holy and acceptable to God." The efficacy of…
 
Who do YOU say the Son of Man is? Join us as we begin a new study series through the book of Hebrews! In this lesson, Haden Ayers teaches us about the Mouth, Power, Image, Mercy, and Glory of God: Jesus Christ. Got questions? Get in touch with us on Facebook and Instagram, or email us at OysterBay.church@gmail.com!…
 
"For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son"...but the story doesn't end with Jesus' death and burial! In this lesson, brother Dennis Fiorini affirms the reality of the Resurrection – and reminds us of the implications for our own lives. Got questions? Get in touch with us on Facebook and Instagram, or email us at OysterBay.churc…
 
Abigail (1 Samuel 25) was an exceptional woman trapped in difficult circumstances through no fault of her own. But her courage and quick thinking saved countless innocent lives — including Israel's future king! Follow along as we learn from her wisdom! Got questions? Get in touch with us on Facebook and Instagram, or email us at OysterBay.church@gm…
 
More than anything in New England, religion reigned supreme. However, with the fall of the New England colonies and the formation of the Dominion of New England religious changes would be ushered in. For a colony that has such foundational ties with Puritanism, these changes are going to widely despised and resisted by the colonists.…
 
With the old charter gone a new day had begun in New England. This week we explore the changes made in the new Dominion of New England. These changes were absolutely despised by the colonists who, in short order, came to equally loathe the new governor of the Dominion of New England, Edmund Andros.By Allen Ayers
 
London is finally forced to take a long hard look at their recalcitrant colonies in New England in the aftermath of King Philip’s war. A commission is sent over to get a sense of the overall problem, while the King begins to explore ways to bring Massachusetts and the rest of the region back into line with royal prerogative.…
 
This week we look at the ultimate legacy of King Philip's war. What had the entire thing meant? What were the short and long term gains? What about the losses? Finally, how does this conflict fit into the greater story of the colonies in the 17th century, and explain the events to come?By Allen Ayers
 
After years of tension between the Plymouth colonists and the local tribes, the situation finally reached a tipping point in June 1675. What ensues over the next month would assure that King Philip's war would not be contained to just Plymouth but instead would become a major regional conflict.By Allen Ayers
 
This episode we look at the final days of Bacon's Rebellion. We examine how the English deal with the situation once they arrive in the colonies, and how Governor Berkeley adjusts to the changing dynamic. We then spend the second half of the episode looking at the legacy of Bacon's Rebellion and attempting to put it into the context of the American…
 
This week we explore the run-up to Bacon's Rebellion. With colonists already pushed to the breaking point as a result of excessive taxation, conflict erupts along the frontier between settlers and the local tribes. The government’s response leaves the colonists looking elsewhere for protection, protection they would find in Nathaniel Bacon.…
 
Following the end of the third Anglo-Dutch war, New York was officially an English colony. What emerges is a struggle between the colonists and the royal government for representation. At the same time, Edmund Andros fights to secure the economy of the colony in light of new English restrictions.By Allen Ayers
 
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