First Episode! Verses from Romans 12

The Apostle Paul’s book of Romans is his statement about what the Jesus event means to the world. Arguing to an audience of Roman and Greek people confronting their philosophical and theological assumptions about human existence.

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Life Distressed; Life defended

The Paul Simon hit American Tune was a moving account of immigrants to America. The lyrics are brilliant and searing and come forward to speak to Americans today. Our dilemmas of anxiety and depression have a grip on us. We react like all human beings do with a variety of ways to defend ourselves from…

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Too Many Jobs!

Greetings to anyone out there who either knows or suspect that you have Attention Deficit problems – even if you don’t know it’s the full blown disorder! I certainly cope with this challenge. It affects me in a lot of small ways that are typical of the problem. Routine sensory stimulus always draws my attention.…

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Psychopaths & the Power of the Human Imagination

The human imagination seems to know no bounds. Our creative energy and capacity is awesome and always looking for expression. We see its evidence all around us, in both dramatic and subtle expressions. Artwork, structures, design and decor all flood us with wonder about what the species can do. And then there is, of course, the staggering…

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A Talk with Comedian Scott Blakeman!

For over a decade my nightly home was the comic strip comedy club in New York City on the upper East side of Manhattan. This legendary venue was the home of comedians Eddie Murphy, Paul Reiser, Jerry Seinfeld, and dozens of other comedy stars. And for all of those just named on to become famous…

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Dr Will – My Happy Days on Nick-at-Nite

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