Steven Menking – The Hagmann Report – 08.16.2017

HH 08172017

Steven Menking appeared on The Hagmann Report in the first hour of the program on 08.16.2017. Catch this dynamic discussion of worldview analysis, the failure of dialogue, spiritual deception, the toxic atmosphere, upcoming economic checkpoints, and the potential for the blockchain architecture to buffer against the most severe consequences of a confidence crisis. Why hasn’t President Trump stopped the market manipulation? What must Christians do in response to the challenges of this hour? Enjoy Steven’s hour, and be sure to catch hours two and three with William Murray and Pastor David Lankford as well!

Podcast: The Amateur Society – Charlottesville Aftermath – 08.15.2017

Charlottesville

Over the weekend we saw political and ideological tensions boil over into violent clashes between extremist groups leading to many injuries and a fatality. There are many questions that should be raised about this dangerous and incendiary incident, and our discussion will focus on the higher level implications of the trends that have led us to this point. Where will we go from here? Is the division in our society irreparable? How do identity politics devolve? What do different worldviews have to do with the escalating conflict?

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Podcast: The Amateur Society – Communication And Antifragile Relationships – 08.07.2017

Socrates

Communication is absolutely vital, yet how much of our time is dedicated to understanding even the most basic interactions that we have with others and with ourselves? What we have, right here, on a grand scale, is an epic failure to communicate. How tedious and unimportant can our default conversations get? Life is too short to simply remain in first gear of nagging trivialities. Let’s have some real talk about the importance of communication and its role in building antifragile relationships that grow stronger when put under the pressures that life inevitably generates.

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The Amateur Society: Communication And Antifragile Relationships

Socrates

Amateurs,

Our regular open call will take place tonight, Monday 8/7, at 8:00pm eastern time via Skype. To join in please send us a contact request on Skype by searching for our account name amateursociety. If you have any questions or need clarification, please drop us a line on the contact page here or email us directly at amateursociety@gmail.com. These weekly meetings can be found on Spreaker, YouTube, and on iTunes via the Podcast app.

Communication is absolutely vital, yet how much of our time is dedicated to understanding even the most basic interactions that we have with others and with ourselves? What we have, right here, on a grand scale, is an epic failure to communicate. How tedious and unimportant can our default conversations get? Life is too short to simply remain in first gear of nagging trivialities. Let’s have some real talk about the importance of communication and its role in building antifragile relationships that grow stronger when put under the pressures that life inevitably generates.

Join us for another engaging and informative conversation tonight at 8:00pm!

God bless,

Steven

God Has An Attitude – Pastor Tim Dilena – Times Square Church – 07.30.2017

Prayer

We serve a sovereign God. He has an attitude – a perspective – toward sin, the world, His Son, and His children. We must pay close attention to the words of Jesus. The gospel is simple. Out of perfect love God sent Jesus to redeem us out of death and into everlasting life. We can expand from there, but we must always remain vigilant to avoid adding our own exposition for the sake of appearing sophisticated to men. Press in to the Father, and allow the Holy Spirit to give you the boldness to speak the plain truth of God.

“… No one has ascended to heaven but He who came down from heaven, that is, the Son of Man who is in heaven. And as Moses lifted up the serpent in the wilderness, even so must the Son of Man be lifted up, that whoever believes in Him should not perish but have eternal life. For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him should not perish but have everlasting life. For God did not send His Son into the world to condemn the world, but that the world through Him might be saved.

“He who believes in Him is not condemned; but he who does not believe is condemned already, because he has not believed in the name of the only begotten Son of God. And this is the condemnation, that the light has come into the world, and men loved darkness rather than light, because their deeds were evil. For everyone practicing evil hates the light and does not come to the light, lest his deeds should be exposed. But he who does the truth comes to the light, that his deeds may be clearly seen, that they have been done in God.”

John 3:13-21

Podcast: The Amateur Society – Frustration, Boredom, And Identity – 07.31.2017

FoggyDock

All of us experience frustration and boredom at various intervals. Occasionally we’ll go through a season where they occur simultaneously, and other times they will take turns occupying the forefront of our attention. Often these conditions don’t rise to the level of our full attention, but perhaps they should. A proper investigation of them can deliver important insights about ourselves and how our identity is developed. Generally, we typically view our routines and standard operating procedures as less interesting because of a lack of novelty and the dullness of repetition. However, proper perspective dictates that the more time we dedicate to something the more interested we should be in it. Our habits and routines are a large part of what defines our decisions and ultimately our identities. How our worldview structures our outlook on these apparently more benign states has much more importance than meets the eye.

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The Amateur Society: Frustration, Boredom, And Identity

FoggyDock

Amateurs,

Our regular open call will take place tonight, Monday 7/31, at 8:00pm eastern time via Skype. To join in please send us a contact request on Skype by searching for our account name amateursociety. If you have any questions or need clarification, please drop us a line on the contact page here or email us directly at amateursociety@gmail.com. These weekly meetings can be found on Spreaker, YouTube, and on iTunes via the Podcast app.

All of us experience frustration and boredom at various intervals. Occasionally we’ll go through a season where they occur simultaneously, and other times they will take turns occupying the forefront of our attention. Often these conditions don’t rise to the level of our full attention, but perhaps they should. A proper investigation of them can deliver important insights about ourselves and how our identity is developed. Generally, we typically view our routines and standard operating procedures as less interesting because of a lack of novelty and the dullness of repetition. However, proper perspective dictates that the more time we dedicate to something the more interested we should be in it. Our habits and routines are a large part of what defines our decisions and ultimately our identities. How our worldview structures our outlook on these apparently more benign states has much more importance than meets the eye.

Join us for another engaging and informative conversation tonight at 8:00pm!

God bless,

Steven