This is part 3 of the Romans 13 series presented by Mike Lewis at his youtube channel Truth & Liberty.
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We are going through Mike Lewis's excellent content at his youtube channel Truth & Liberty. Please follow all his stuff and subscribe to his youtube channel. We will hopefully do a Christmas episode here shortly. Enjoy!
Hey Listeners, sorry it's been awhile since we've had an episode. I found a gem on Youtube and had to share it here. I asked Mike Lewis for permission and he said I could share it so in order to get more of his terrific content, check out his channel at Truth & Liberty. I will post all four parts of his overview of Romans 13 on a weekly basis! Enjoy!
Charlottesville - there are so many things to discuss about this and we have a few special guests to talk about what went down, what went wrong/right, and what should happen next? How do we de-escalate the confrontation? Is this media hype or a real issue in America?
This episode Ken and Dave recall their lives in the fundy world and how it affected their tastes in music. They go through their fav artists, genres, and some strange favs that might not make sense without a little exposition.
Hey, would you like to get in on the ground floor of a multi-level marketing business opportunity? Yeah, me neither. Ken is flying solo in this episode as he rants about those pesky MLM schemes.
Ken and Dave talk all about Star Wars on this memorable episode with rain and tarps and inch worms! We discuss:
Tonight we have 2 special guests - Dr Parker via his youtube sermon link which can be found here, and Matt! We discuss the reasoning behind Dr Parker's concept of "Christian" abortion.
The article that Dr Moore posted on Dr Parker and his ministry can be found here: http://www.russellmoore.com/2017/04/10/who-would-jesus-abort/
What is 2 kingdom theology? How does it differ from transformationalist theology? Why does any of this matter?
The book we refer to in this episode can be found here.
This episode we dive into the BLM movement with what the news is presenting and what the website tells us the movement is. Do they contradict each other? How can the BLM goals be met?
This episode Ken and Dave talk about video game genre and top games per genre, things we love about games and things we hate, console vs PC, and why Halo is always the best. GG NOOBS.
This is a must listen to! If you have issues with your computer and you want to glean from the wise and wonderful computer nerds who understand the in's and out's of computer issues, check this episode out!
Ken and I had St Patty's Day with a lil green PBR and some Rory's Story Cubes. Patrick couldn't make it so the alternative title for this episode is "Patrick isn't here and he's a dumb butt"
But all kidding aside we had a great assortment of stories to tell thanks to the story cubes Ken procured from the local Target. We learned that David can't pull off an Irish accent and that Ken has a thing for mixing Trump and Sanders voices together. All in all, it was a good night.
Caryn Ann Harlos is communications director for the Libertarian party of Colorado and the Colorado state coordinator of the Libertarian Party Radical caucus. She’s also region 1 representative of the Libertarian National Committee, representing Alaska, Arizona, Colorado, Hawaii, Kansas, Montana,Utah, Washington, and Wyoming.
A quick Google search defines libertarianism as “an extreme laissez-faire political philosophy advocating only minimal state intervention in the lives of citizens.”
Anarcho-capitalism is defined as “(also known as “libertarian anarchy” or “market anarchism” or “free market anarchism”) is a libertarian and individualist anarchist political philosophy that advocates the elimination of the state in favor of individual sovereignty in a free market.”
For those who are still struggling, the DNC can be defined as “more govt involvement to fix the world is a good thing”, the GOP can be defined as “5-10% less govt involvement than the DNC is a good thing”, and the LP can be defined as “little to no govt involvement is a good thing.” Why is that - you know what your needs are and how to best meet them yourself and the govt can’t do that and shouldn’t do that. LP statement of principles - “We hold that all individuals have the right to exercise sole dominion over their own lives, and have the right to live in whatever manner they choose, so long as they do not forcibly interfere with the equal right of others to live in whatever manner they choose.”
This episode we are going to discuss a few major points:
Libertarians seem like they live in their ivory towers with their noses in the air questioning all of the “experts” while having no clue what they are talking about or offering any solutions...what is their deal? Why can’t they make their message easy to understand and their goals something that is attainable?
Isn’t the problem with libertarianism people? People are too lazy and stupid to handle all the responsibility that no state would require them to take upon themselves?
Would libertarianism work with other states/countries that aren’t libertarian? How would Germany send the chocolate over to America without some connection with the state?
Do you need everyone in America to “buy into” libertarianism for it to work? Could we potentially have a free state and a bunch of states around it not be libertarian?
What about total depravity of man? How do you get a bunch of depraved people to agree to the NAP?
Abortion - on the statement of principles, the first point is “(1) the right to life—accordingly we support the prohibition of the initiation of physical force against others” - how can the party hold to the right to life and be pro-choice? Is there a movement within the party to be pro-life or is the main problem with the pro-life movement the fact that it will always require a state? Party Platform “Recognizing that abortion is a sensitive issue and that people can hold good-faith views on all sides, we believe that government should be kept out of the matter, leaving the question to each person for their conscientious consideration.”
Is there a more effective way to communicate the ideas of liberty? Does the party have this idea that if people in other parties have legislation that increases liberty that the libertarian party backs that ideas as well?
Is there much concern to look like the party is appealing to one of the two big parties - Johnson and Weld seemed to favor Clinton instead of Trump
What is the five year plan with the LP to grow it with social media’s attraction to politics rocketing to new heights? Will the LP look to have a Milo Alt-anti-authoritarian type guy come out of the woodwork?
Today we had Dave Matthews (a different Dave Matthews) on our show to discuss the recent Brewmasters mural dispute, details can be found here.
He went into detail how he painted it, his process, some of the issues with the local signage law, and future projects he is working on.
We have Tyler back as a guest and we are talking about future and technology, specifically what sci-fi implement/tech from any format (book, game, movie) is most likely to be here in the next 5 years.
In this show we discussed:
Next week we will discuss the Brewmasters signage dispute with the city of Wilson with the mural artist, Dave Jackson. Stay tuned!
The "Women's March" is what we are discussing in this episode. Chris, Ken, and I are chatting about that and other things as the fallout of the newly installed President Trump makes his waves.
Racism - we talk about it but not from a theological perspective but from a cultural and political perspective.
We will do part to of the racism discussion in 2 weeks!
What DC Hero/Villian are you and what about Obamacare, what should we do about it? We discuss these topics and more in this fun-filled random episode.
Let's make mortality optional - is this good for Christians to support or not?
The Wikipedia on Transhumanism is, "an international and intellectual movement that aims to transform the human condition by developing and making widely available sophisticated technologies to greatly enhance human intellectual, physical, and psychological capacities. Transhumanist thinkers study the potential benefits and dangers of emerging technologies that could overcome fundamental human limitations, as well as the ethics of using such technologies. The most common transhumanist thesis is that human beings may eventually be able to transform themselves into different beings with abilities so greatly expanded from the natural condition as to merit the label of posthuman beings."
We discuss if this is an anti-Christian movement or if Christians can work alongside transhumanists to potentially live forever via science and tech.
2016 - what a pain in the butt!!! This episode we are going to discuss the major events in 2016 (from our perspective).
We also listed our perspectives on the election and guesses on how 2017 will go.
It was a very fun episode with a LOT of excellent unbiased opinions throughout.
DnnnnnnD - that game those wierd pimply guys played in the corner at the highschool break room right? Maybe...maybe not.
This episode we talk about DnD, it's origins and more!
According to Wikipedia Dungeons & Dragons (abbreviated as D&D or DnD) is a fantasy tabletop role-playing game (RPG) originally designed by Gary Gygax and Dave Arneson, and first published in 1974 by Tactical Studies Rules, Inc.(TSR). The game has been published by Wizards of the Coast (now a subsidiary of Hasbro) since 1997. It was derived from miniature wargames with a variation of the Chainmail game serving as the initial rule system.D&D's publication is commonly recognized as the beginning of modern role-playing games and the role-playing game industry.
The pros and cons of role playing games vs video games
Is DnD sinful to play?
What is your favorite character type
What is your favorite monster/dragon thing
How long will a game usually take
Are there any celebs that play DnD and can I find them anywhere
What movies/music/tv shows/video games are based on DnD
Do you create characters that are based off of you personally or something you desire to be OR do you do something different in creating your characters?
Patrick, Ken, and Dave congregate around a nice fire and talk about Christmas traditions, specials, memories, and the Gospel. Check it out.
If you like SciFi, streaming content, Starbucks, and aliens...you will like this episode.
Ken and Patrick review Stranger Things, a new series on Netflix that aired earlier 2016. Check it out!
That's my opinion anyway, Ken and two guests join me to talk about it and try to win me over.
We are joined by Josh Justice and Kristina Blum as we talk about Minecraft and learn life lessons from it.
We also talk about what game we would like turned into a feature length film.