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I Am the Resurrection and the Life, Part 3 (John 11:45–57)

I Am the Resurrection and the Life, Part 3 (John 11:45–57)

For now, we open our Bibles to John 11. The whole chapter is about one event, and that is the raising of Lazarus from the dead. Lazarus was a member of a little family. We only know three members of the family; Lazarus and his two sisters. We don’t know anything else. We don’t know a lot about them except that they were a host family to Jesus and that He had come to know them very well to the…

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Bible Prophecy Update – August 11th, 2019

Bible Prophecy Update – August 11th, 2019

all right let’s get to our prophecy update so I always know that the enemy doesn’t want you to hear what I have prepared and this is one of those times because and here’s how I know I always gauge it by the spiritual warfare on Saturday when I’m preparing it and usually it’s a satanic attack in some way it’s an attack on me on my mind it’s an attack on my family Satan I mean Saturday’s I hate…

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Pachude Lokam – Episode Two “Jawanji”

Pachude Lokam – Episode Two “Jawanji”

Namaskar! Namaskar, dude! Dude, you look like a hippy. Did they throw you out of the Army? I’m here on a two months leave due to an injury. And you know how it is at home. Never got the time to tidy up. By the way, what the heck were you doing now? It’s kind of an acting exercise man. I’ve got a part to act. Oh, is it cinema? It’s a play, dude. Its happening in Bangalore. I need…

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Let’s talk about death | Stephen Cave | TEDxBratislava

Let’s talk about death | Stephen Cave | TEDxBratislava

Translator: Jenny Lam-Chowdhury Reviewer: Filipe Malafaia Good evening ladies and gentlemen. So I have a question: who here remembers when they first realised they were going to die? I do. I was a young boy and my Grandfather had just died. and I remember, a few days later, lying in bed at night trying to make sense of what had happened. What did it mean that he was dead? Where had he gone? It was like a hole in reality…

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The History of Life on Earth – Crash Course Ecology #1

The History of Life on Earth – Crash Course Ecology #1

In the past 40 wonderful weeks together, we’ve explored all of the fundamentals of biology, from the tiny little machines that make us work to the systems that power the most awe-inspiring and most complex organisms on earth. Now, I want to take our learning to the next level, simply by broadening our perspective. With a solid understanding of biology at the small scale under our belts, it’s time for the long view. For the next 12 weeks we’ll be…

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The Private Life of Chickens

The Private Life of Chickens

one of the most important creatures that man has pain-free venue next week mcafee haven’t heard it hot there are nearly seven billion demons on that there are sixteen billion chickens done and democrats is living relative to transfer or stress and there are more of them any other good say doc pots then here we know is very little about chickens at all what goes on inside as the cranes op i want to learn about these birds have…

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PHILOSOPHY – Hegel

PHILOSOPHY – Hegel

Georg Friedrich Hegel was born in Stuttgart in 1770. Intellectually he was adventurous, but in externals, respectable, conventional, and proud of it. He ascended the academic tree and reached the top most branch, head of the University of Berlin, when he was sixty years old; he died the following year. Hegel wrote some very long and very famous books, among them, “The Phenomenology of Spirit”, “The Science of Logic”, and “Elements of the Philosophy of Right”; but, we’ll be frank:…

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LITERATURE – James Joyce

LITERATURE – James Joyce

James Joyce is one of the most revered writers in the English language and a central figure in the history of the novel he is still hugely important to us because of his devotion to some crucial themes the idea of the grandeur of Ordinary Life his determination to portray what actually goes on through our heads moment by moment what we now know partly thanks to him as the stream of consciousness and His determination to capture on the…

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It is OK to be Patriotic • Is Patriotism and National Pride the same as Tribalism and Racism?

It is OK to be Patriotic • Is Patriotism and National Pride the same as Tribalism and Racism?

How’s it going everyone? I’m Nick and you are listening to the Fresh Perspective Podcast. Happy Independence Day to all of our viewers in the United States. I hope all of you in the states enjoy some time with your family with barbeques, fun at the park, and maybe a few fireworks as you wave the stars and stripes. But am I wrong to hope that? There are plenty of people who say that celebrations like this are part of…

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HISTORY OF IDEAS – Romanticism

HISTORY OF IDEAS – Romanticism

Romanticism is one of the most important historical events of all time. Unlike a lot of what gets called history, romanticism isn’t a war or a piece of technology or a political event. It refers to the birth of a new set of ideas. It is about a mindset and a way of feeling. Romanticism began in Western Europe in the mid-18 century, in the work of artists, poets and philosophers. And it subsequently spread all over the world. Changing…

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