Podcast: The Amateur Society – Origin Of Life – 08.26.2019

2019.08.26

Welcome back to The Amateur Society for another stimulating conversation! This week we look at a critical subject in science: the origin of life. It is challenging to assess competing theories about the origin of life because the landscape is laden with worldview baggage. As such, having a genuine discussion typically takes a back seat to personal attacks. For the dedicated amateur, thinking about this subject offers a wide array of insight into how to examine key ideas. The truth about this question has tremendous implications. Thanks again for joining us on The Amateur Society!

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Podcast: The Amateur Society – Trends In Medical Technology – 08.13.2019

2019.08.13

Welcome back to The Amateur Society for another stimulating conversation! This week we turn to the field of medicine and examine some of the big picture technological trends that have driven progress in this important field. The discussion focuses on information technology, big data, miniaturization, imaging technology, and genetic medicine. All of us bear a responsibility to inform ourselves, to ask meaningful questions, and to expand our worldviews as we embark further into a generation of profound transformations driven in large part by technological developments. Thanks again for joining us on The Amateur Society!

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Podcast: On the Objective – Growing In Wisdom And Spiritual Maturity – Chris Baucom – 07.17.2019

07.17.2019 OtO

Join us On the Objective as your host Steven Menking welcomes back Chris Baucom of Remnant Radio Network for another conversation about walking out our Christian faith. We have an obligation to grow in our faith. None of us has reached a permanently elevated plateau. We can always go deeper into the Word and further with God. So why don’t we? Why does it seem that lethargy and apathy have stricken the body of Christ in this generation and prevented us from impacting our generation the way we need to. What can we do about this in our own lives, and how can the right pieces fall into place. We hope that the testimonies and perspectives shared here motivate you to grow and to pursue maturity in the Lord. Thanks for joining us On the Objective!

Chris Baucom

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SER 190 – Dr. Rich Petras And Fred Hether – Take Control Of Your Health

2019.06.18 SER

Big Pharma is one of the most powerful industries in the world. The global revenue for pharmaceuticals was over $1 trillion in 2014. But nowhere else in the world do the drug and medical device industries have as much power and make as much money as in the U.S.

Six of the top 10 pharmaceutical companies for 2017 have their headquarters in the U.S. These include Johnson & Johnson, Pfizer, Merck, Gilead, Amgen and AbbVie.

But only 28 percent of Americans have a good opinion of Big Pharma. In fact, Big Pharma is the second most hated industry in America. It’s right behind the tobacco industry and the oil, gas and chemical industry.

Big Pharma is also the biggest defrauder of the Federal Government under the False Claims Act, according to consumer watchdog group Public Citizen.

The industry has a history of fraud, bribery, lawsuits and scandals. Despite criminal charges and fines, Big Pharma companies continue to do business.

By 2021, Big Pharma profits for prescription drugs are expected to reach $610 billion. Medical devices are also lucrative.

The U.S. makes about $148 billion, according to the U.S. Department of Commerce.

That’s about half of the world’s share of the market. Americans spent an all-time high of $457 billion on prescription drugs in 2015.

And drug prices continue to rise. Consulting firm Segal Consulting expects drug prices to rise 11.6 percent in 2017. This estimate is for Americans under the age of 65.

In contrast, wages are only expected to rise 2.5 percent. This means many Americans won’t be able to afford their medications. Information about the pharmaceutical industry found here.

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Podcast: The Amateur Society – Assumptions Of The Scientific Method – 06.17.2019

2019.06.18 tAS

Welcome back to The Amateur Society for another conversation about the philosophy of science! This conversation examines the definition of the scientific method and the assumptions that are made in its application. In our society many consider science as the primary or even the only way of accessing meaningful truth. In reality, there are important limitations on the scientific method that have a significant impact on our worldviews. Unfortunately, this isn’t an area that gets covered in the standard course of education, but with a bit of determined critical thinking we can all strengthen our perspectives on this critical subject. Thanks again for joining us on The Amateur Society! 

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Podcast: On the Objective – Homesteading And Preparation Roundtable 8 – 06.17.2019

2019.06.17

Join your host Steven Menking as he welcomes James Walton for another powerful roundtable discussing preparation and homesteading. Our conversation this month focuses on technological vulnerabilities and the actions that can be taken to prepare and prevent such attacks. As technology becomes more sophisticated, the importance of cybersecurity continues to grow. There are many options that everyone can take either for free or in an affordable manner to make everything more secure. This includes encrypted email services, two factor authentication, strong passwords, and more. Regardless of your fluency with tech, it is pivotal that you take basic steps to enhance your security and preparation in this vital area. Thanks for joining us On the Objective!

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Podcast: SER 189 – Lynn Fredrick – From The Darkness Of Pornography To The Light Of God’s Grace

2019.05.31 SER

Lynn Fredrick joins me in this episode of SER. Lynn’s testimony of deliverance from pornography and sexual sin provides hope for all those trapped in the darkness and chains of pornography and sexual sin. Lynn now speaks about his experiences at conferences, workshops, and various events.

You can contact Lynn at his ministry page – https://lynnfredrick.com/home/ or by email – ltgodspromise@gmail.com