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  • Higher Praise 2 Elder CE Burns Jr. talks about the difference between going through the motions of praising GOD, proper approach and application of praise and how we limit praises expresses through overintellectualizing its function. Preached @ home assembly Christ Temple Apostolic Church in Gary Indiana, Elder Gregory D Hite Sr Presiding Pastor. Preached 12/19/2010
  • Higher Praise 3 Elder CE Burns Jr. talks about the difference between going through the motions of praising GOD, proper approach and application of praise and how we limit praises expresses through overintellectualizing its function. Preached @ home assembly Christ Temple Apostolic Church in Gary Indiana, Elder Gregory D Hite Sr Presiding Pastor. Preached 12/19/2010
  • Last Exit to... I'm sleepy.
  • Higher Praise 4 Elder CE Burns Jr. talks about the difference between going through the motions of praising GOD, proper approach and application of praise and how we limit praises expresses through overintellectualizing its function. Preached @ home assembly Christ Temple Apostolic Church in Gary Indiana, Elder Gregory D Hite Sr Presiding Pastor. Preached 12/19/2010
  • An Evening of David Foster Wallace The Harry Ransom Center commemorated the opening of the David Foster Wallace archive with readings of Wallace's work by writers and actors on September 14, 2010. Readers include Wayne Alan Brenner, Elizabeth Crane, LB Deyo, Doug Dorst, Owen Egerton, Chris Gibson, Kurt Hildebrand, Shannon McCormick and Jake Silverstein shared selections of Wallace's fiction, essays, and correspondence. Wallace's archive is housed at the Ransom Center. The program was co-sponsored by American Short Fiction and Salvage Vanguard Theater.
  • A Formal Apology to Miss Angela Cohen, Gloucester, 1854 There is nothing to be said about this.
  • Religion in Rubble (Part 2 of 3) Steve Paikin, host of the television program "The Agenda", interviews Jack Costello, theologian, on the occasion of the earthquake in Haiti, January, 2010. The conversation revolves around how the earthquake is related to god. Transcripts of some segments of the video are included below. Part 2 of 3 / 06:34 JC: "... the Black Plague seemed to be something that continued on its way with the people of Europe unable to get the dog, the god they spoke to, to come forward and heal the situation." Part 3 of 3 / 00:07 Is god willing to prevent evil, but not able? Then he is impotent. Is he able, but not willing? Then he is malevolent. Is he both able and willing? Whence then is evil? - David Hume Part 3 of 3 / 05:59 "We who are, at present, unfairly luckier, whether believers or not, might reflect on the almost invariably uncharitable history of theodicy, and on the reality that in this context no invocation of god beyond a desperate appeal for help makes much theological sense. For either god is punitive and interventionist (the Robertson view), or as capricious as nature and so absent as to be effectively nonexistent (the Obama view)." Part 3 of 3 / 06:17 "Unfortunately, the bible, which frequently uses god's power over earth and seas as the sign of his majesty and intervening power, supports the first view; and the history of humanity's lonely suffering decisively suggests the second." - James Wood, Jan 24, 2010
  • A Simple Message of Peace NOTE: On the morning of April 20/09, this video was subject to a mass votebot attack in which a person or persons hacked into the YouTube software and without leaving any apparent views on my channel, gave an average of 35-42 negative ratings (one star ratings) within a matter of a few hours. A number of other channels were hit by them as well. I believe that this was the work of several YouTube accounts who worked to promote something called . They would ask for you to pay for their help in getting ratings, and apparently if you dont go along with that they sabotage it instead of promoting it with falsely-earned ratings. *I would appreciate it if youd give this video a five-star rating if you like it, to counteract this unfair attack. Peace.* The words are the simple truth of the universe, of the value of the self in this great expanse of life energy. To be a part of the harmonious balance one must be whole within his or her own person. This is a simple knowledge known instinctually by the youngest of children, but easily forgotten through the materialistic complexity of adult life. Our race on the whole has forgotten it, and look at what's happened... The way to a better world begins with you. If you are not whole spiritually within yourself, how then can you truly benefit the world around you? Please, start listening to the whole of your being. All the good, the bad and the ugly as well. They need to be heard to be expressed, and with the acceptance of ...
  • Religion in Rubble (Part 1 of 3) Steve Paikin, host of the television program "The Agenda", interviews Jack Costello, theologian, on the occasion of the earthquake in Haiti, January, 2010. The conversation revolves around how the earthquake is related to god. Transcripts of some segments of the video are included below. Part 2 of 3 / 06:34 JC: "... the Black Plague seemed to be something that continued on its way with the people of Europe unable to get the dog, the god they spoke to, to come forward and heal the situation." Part 3 of 3 / 00:07 Is god willing to prevent evil, but not able? Then he is impotent. Is he able, but not willing? Then he is malevolent. Is he both able and willing? Whence then is evil? - David Hume Part 3 of 3 / 05:59 "We who are, at present, unfairly luckier, whether believers or not, might reflect on the almost invariably uncharitable history of theodicy, and on the reality that in this context no invocation of god beyond a desperate appeal for help makes much theological sense. For either god is punitive and interventionist (the Robertson view), or as capricious as nature and so absent as to be effectively nonexistent (the Obama view)." Part 3 of 3 / 06:17 "Unfortunately, the bible, which frequently uses god's power over earth and seas as the sign of his majesty and intervening power, supports the first view; and the history of humanity's lonely suffering decisively suggests the second." - James Wood, Jan 24, 2010
  • Religion in Rubble (Part 3 of 3) Steve Paikin, host of the television program "The Agenda", interviews Jack Costello, theologian, on the occasion of the earthquake in Haiti, January, 2010. The conversation revolves around how the earthquake is related to god. Transcripts of some segments of the video are included below. Part 2 of 3 / 06:34 JC: "... the Black Plague seemed to be something that continued on its way with the people of Europe unable to get the dog, the god they spoke to, to come forward and heal the situation." Part 3 of 3 / 00:07 Is god willing to prevent evil, but not able? Then he is impotent. Is he able, but not willing? Then he is malevolent. Is he both able and willing? Whence then is evil? - David Hume Part 3 of 3 / 05:59 "We who are, at present, unfairly luckier, whether believers or not, might reflect on the almost invariably uncharitable history of theodicy, and on the reality that in this context no invocation of god beyond a desperate appeal for help makes much theological sense. For either god is punitive and interventionist (the Robertson view), or as capricious as nature and so absent as to be effectively nonexistent (the Obama view)." Part 3 of 3 / 06:17 "Unfortunately, the bible, which frequently uses god's power over earth and seas as the sign of his majesty and intervening power, supports the first view; and the history of humanity's lonely suffering decisively suggests the second." - James Wood, Jan 24, 2010
  • The Meandering Soupçons Responded Thusly They told me to make a video. So I did.