The pervasive myth of kids just needing “grit” and lifting themselves up by their own bootstraps is false and is doing real harm.Our guest today Linda Nathan spent fourteen years as founder and co-headmaster of Boston Arts Academy, Boston’s only public high school for the visual and performing arts. Linda Nathan began every year with a promise to the freshman …
Global forecaster Gerald Celente has released his 2nd Quarter Trends Journal for 2017. With topics spanning the economy, Middle East conflict, aging and so much more, the Trends Journal allows you to read History Before it Happens®. Meanwhile, as forecast, tensions are heating up in the Middle East and the repercussions could be disastrous. Learn more at Trendsresearch.com. Download this episode (right click and …
What to do if Christmas, Chanukah and the holidays are a time of grief, loss and loneliness? Beatty’s guest today is Elizabeth Massey, RN and founding partner of Compassionate Consultants. Listen to her inspirational advice that will help you to navigate the holiday season.
The December 18th edition of Warrior Connection was a discussion on how to get through the holiday season’s unique impact on the military family.
Perhaps they believe that their underground survival bunkers with bullet-resistant doors and geothermal power and anti-chemical air filters and infrared surveillance devices and pepper spray detonators will sustain them for two or three generations. Perhaps they feel immune from the killings in the streets, for they rarely venture into the streets anymore. They don’t care about the great masses of ordinary people, nor …
Psychologists from Sigmund Freud forward have generally agreed: our core attitudes about life are largely locked in by age five or so. Changing those attitudes requires intense effort. Neil Howe and William Strauss took this obvious truth and drew an obvious conclusion: if our attitudes form in early childhood, then the point in history at which we live our childhood must …
Bishop John Shelby Spong is an renowned American Bishop of the Episcopal Church priest who served in Newark until 2000. As a liberal theologian he has represented an alternative voice for Christians and religious persons and for decades has challenged the status quo in today’s religious institutions. As a life long Biblical scholar Bishop Spong consistently challenges the hard held Christian myths such as the virgin birth, miracle stores, the doctrine of atonement and Jesus as a universal savior, the ascension and other theological structures that continue to define modern Christianity. He has been a visiting lecturer to standing room audiences at over 500 universities, including Harvard, Oxford and Cambridge. He holds degrees from the University of North Carolina, Virginia Theological Seminary, has studied Biblical scholarship at Yale, Harvard, Union Theological, Edinburgh, Oxford and others and has received several honorary doctoral degrees. He has published over two dozen books, the most recent being “Biblical Literalism: A Gentile Heresy.” Bishop Spong’s weekly column can be fond on his site JohnShelbySpong.com
Here is the rundown of topics that was discussed on “The Gary Null Show.” Click on the links below to learn more on the topics Gary spoke about and listen to Gary’s “Conversations with Remarkable Minds” interview with Prof. Bart Ehrman, who speaks about “The unreliability of memory that has contributed to altered and invented stories in the New Testament and who Jesus was.” Read his bio down below.
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Gary takes a break and plays this great song: Gibson Brothers – Cuba . Gary talks about his Tuesday evening show “Progressive Commentary Hour,” which is at 7pm Eastern Time. Guest this evening (4.26.16) is: John Pilgrim.
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VIDEO: Alan Watts – What is Wrong With Our Culture
VIDEO: George Carlin – The Illusion Of Choice – This video contains Explicit Language
Gary took a very short break and returned with his guest Prof. Bart Ehrmans. Here is a quick bio to learn more about the Professor.
Prof. Bart Ehramans is one of the most renowned and controversial Biblical scholars in the world today. who specializes in the texts of the New Testament and the origins of Christianity. He is the James A Gray Distinguished Professor of Biblical and Christian studies at the Universty of North Carolina in Chapel Hill where he specializes in the texts of the New Testament, non-canonical literature, Gnosticis and the historical origins of Christianity. He received his doctorate from Princeton University and has received numerous awards for academic excellence. Prof Ehrman is the author and editor of over 30 books, 5 having appeared on the New York Times bestseller list. His most recent book is “Jesus Before the Gospels: How the Earliest Christians Remembered, Changed and Invented Their Stories of the Savior.” His website is bartdehrman.com
It’s become normal for Americans to demand—and receive-a professional assessment of the physical health of the candidates for president—just as they expect updates on the medical state of the president himself. After all, there have been many infamous cases of presidents, from Franklin Roosevelt to Jack Kennedy, who secretly endured serious debilitating illnesses. Thus, the current crop of presidential hopefuls …
The magical religion of Firstism in America has two regressive, infantile manifestations. For decades, rightwing chauvinism has worshipped America Firstism. Because the US is always the best country ever, a Christian God grants the US divine rights to perpetual world leadership. Reigniting that equally bizarre muddle, “America, right or wrong,” Trump’s sneering, snarling buffoonery begins and ends with this “self-evident” …