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In June of 2020, Buddha Kline vanished from the Carson National Forest while searching for the legendary Fenn Treasure. From alien abductions to haunted hotels to reincarnation robots, everyone has a theory to push. A narrative they're hoping to construct. Join our host, Graham Anderson, as she unearths all the answers to the question of... What happened to Buddha Kline? Starring Addison Peacock as Graham Anderson. Created by Jeremy Ellett.
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Pro-freedom discussion which AVOIDS Coercion and Hypocrisy. This is a consistent application of postmodernism to reveal subjectivity/perspective. The goal is NOT to determine right or wrong, rather to explore better ideas to make nearly everyone satisfied if not happier. The goal restated is de-escalation through innovation. Get out of the Box; the box described around Ep 21. Contact: subjectiveprofessor@gmail.com
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IT'S SUBJECTIVE!

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Welcome to ITS SUBJECTIVE, where two mates muse and argue about music - albums, songs, gigs and more! Come back every Friday for the boy's latest takes on all sorts of genres!
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The Subjective Perspective Show

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The Subjective Perspective Show is an incredibly inspiring Talk Show/Podcast on Be Awoke Ent that hosts some of the most interesting and iconic people on the planet in 1 hour long fascinating interviews/convos at www.beawoke.com.
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Subjective Conditions looks at a wide variety of perspectives on how capitalism shapes our own experiences of our lives and senses of self in the world today. We emphasize how to bring in all sorts of different theories and practices on how to engage in collective and individual trauma healing work and community building to help listeners work through the emotional devastation under capitalism today to find a new way to be with themselves and others. With friends and guests joining us along ...
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There are so many crises put in front of our faces these days, it's nuts. The media takes it, spins it, and sensationalizes it all. This phenomenon exists in the church as well. Personally, I am a A-millennialist, but no matter, the conclusion I make works for everyone. It is odd though that even though Christ said that one will not know the signs,…
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Most Korean churches celebrate "Parent's Day" not just Mother's Day. People who were raised in the states may have father's and mother's day separately, but... So, why should we honor parents (moms) because of birth, food, clothing, shelter? What should WE do for our own kids? What would be something good and particular to believers that it would m…
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Nice guys finish last? So, Christians trying to do the right thing are supposed to be losers? Perhaps the Prisoner's Dilemma can tell us something about the life of "nice guys." We need more faith and testimony if we are going to get out of this doom loop of betrayal and broken promises. This not just by politicians but between and among us, too. M…
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Joshua was taking a look at Jericho which the Israelites were about to attack, when he met the captain of the host of God. Was he on Joshua's side or that of Jericho? His answer of "No" tells Joshua all he needed to know and sends a message to us today. Hope it is a blessing for you today. Peace.Kirjoittanut Subjective Professor
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I have a T-shirt which says "Question Everything" on it. I think it upset some people, but the Apostle John does say to do just that when he wrote to "test the spirits." What does that mean, why don't we do it, and HOW are we to do this? It's life guidance that is relevant to Everyone in the clown-world we live in today.…
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If Faith about fighting over insignificant things? Is there something more important than determining what to eat or drink? If so, then what is that and what do we do? Who is our enemy and how to we fight against it? Although I do quote Benjamin Franklin in this sermon, who we choose to fight and how are always the responsibility of the one who mak…
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Think on what is good and true which should lead to good and true actions. Today's virtue signalers just complain all the time. Just a quick analysis of where all of this complaining comes from and how believers are to separate ourselves from the "complain" culture. It's not an easy thing to do in the world of "Subjective Value." But... it's the wa…
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Palm Sunday and Jesus wept. Why did he weep when he looked on Jerusalem? Should we weep over our own country (if it's in the west... or even if it isn't)? Not knowing means we won't and can't have peace. But Peace to you on the crazy rollercoaster week on the Christian calendar.Kirjoittanut Subjective Professor
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Hey Folks! We’re back with another fiction podcast we’d like to share with you! Don’t worry we’re hard at work making new episodes of The Subjective Truth and our new upcoming Horror Anthology Someone Just Like You. They’ll be more news on all that coming later in 2024. And potentially more episodes of Two Flat Earthers on the horizon. But today we…
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Reap what you sow is something I often say. Subjectivity considered; everyone believes they are sowing for good. Does it matter? If our society now is the result of good actions and actions with good intentions, then how do we explain the injustice? "Sowing and reaping" are explained as well as why it is difficult to sow for good and God. Also disc…
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NEW Shorter Format! Since I can't find "highlights" of an episode, mostly because it means more editing and I don't have that kind of time, I have moved to a more summary format. The Love of God is not an emotion. Over the years people in my circle have struggled with this subjective interpretation of Love, but here it is. Understanding that the Lo…
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Paul wrote not to quarrel over words, but we are to use them correctly. People will often use the in-fighting in the church (even libertarianism) as an excuse not to join in some way. To top it off, many people are in the business of confusing words and their meaning because it is profitable for them. How does one learn without creating a fuss and …
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So, how do we have unity when EVERYTHING in and out of church is so divided? I offer a place to start using this passage from Ephesians. We must acknowledge that unity is tricky if we want to avoid superficial or fake unity. You may be happy to know that unity does not require conformity in knowledge or behavior, quite the opposite. Hope this messa…
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The calling of Levi, an IRS agent, includes the critique by some of the Elites of the day, the Pharisees. This week, we take a look at the elites and all of the elitist things they do. How are believers supposed to respond? Blessings and Peace.Kirjoittanut Subjective Professor
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How does one NOT complain when the trend these days IS to complain... about everything. But most things people complain about are not really a problem. Complaints today lead to political activism and legislation. Just say no to this destructive activity and embrace innovation and creativity. Blessing and Peace to us all!…
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People talk about privilege as if there's only one kind worth having: White Privilege. I have talked about white privilege in Ep 13 and Dollar Privilege in Ep 65 but neither episode addressed the Faith aspect of the concept. So, Faith Privilege, beyond the obvious, what is it and what does this mean for us as believers, as children of God. May this…
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This passage covers the story of David's anointing as future king of Israel. It is a foreshadowing of Jesus the Anointed. So, what does this mean for believers today? What do we do, how do we live in service to the anointed? It surely does not mean we do nothing.Kirjoittanut Subjective Professor
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It is hard to know what is good and what is evil these days. Some people have the advantage of the bully pulpit and thus have a louder and more authoritative voice. But the Lord does not leave us in the wind, he does provide for us the means through which we can seek and find Good. It's a blessing and curse, because we now see just how evil things …
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WE ARE BACK! WE ARE ALIVE! After more than a bit of a hiatus, SC and your fearless Galaxy-Brained host, Chairman Bane, are back in the ring with some support from our dearest podcasting Dialectical Pessimist comrades, The Regrettable Century! We are back in the saddle with our resident Existential Clown™ extraordinaire, Comrade Jeff, to delve into …
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Happy New Year. Yes... as usual, the message is a bit different from what some might expect from a church. In spite of that, I hope that it is a blessing to you. What is the "New Thing" and what do we do with it? What do we do with the old? The subjective answers are in the recording.Kirjoittanut Subjective Professor
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For the last Sunday of 2023 a contrast with last week's message. The Sword of Jesus. The Prince of Peace gave us a sword to do battle. What is the sword and what does this have to do with peace? Hope you have a wonderful New Year's celebration.Kirjoittanut Subjective Professor
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Some people are beginning to catch on to what RACE really is. So, this episode will review the concepts covered in Ep 8 and offer some bad examples of lazy and thus, bad racism. In case you feel knots tightening in your stomach, Ep 61 explains why all humor is racist. Regardless of your reaction, please remember that Freedom is always the way forwa…
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It's Christmas Sunday for the Subjective Preacher. Jesus did not come to the earth to perpetuate war or to enable moral hazards. Jesus came to give us a government of peace. Blessings to you and a very merry Christmas!Kirjoittanut Subjective Professor
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My mom actually asked that I preach this passage today. I guess I don't talk about Jesus enough. But it's a more theological type sermon about the character and nature of Jesus. One might listen trying to find flaws or points of disagreement; or one might try to find something which inspires. Hopefully, you will find something to start your week.…
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Temptation is a kind of test and though life is full of temptation, the Lord says that he also provides a way of escape. This week we will be examining the nature of the temptations or tests that we encounter and what that way of escape is.Kirjoittanut Subjective Professor
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"As the Spirit Leads" is an impressive expression in the church world. But how does one know if one actually is following the Spirit? This is especially the case when people believe that "not being under the law" implies lawlessness. This is my subjective take living as the Spirit Leads.Kirjoittanut Subjective Professor
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A sermon about Beauty and Virtue Signaling. Virtue signaling is hypocrisy and it is basicallly a lot of fakery. So, what is beauty, subjectively speaking, and where can we find, achieve or perceive it? Hopefully this un-sermon will inspire you as it did me when I was writing it. Blessings.Kirjoittanut Subjective Professor
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The Apostle Paul writes to Timothy that he should receive EVERYTHING with thanks. Given all of the bad that is in the world, this is a difficult task, but not impossible with faith. How does one be thankful for even the subjective bad things in life? This is my take... Blessings and Peace.Kirjoittanut Subjective Professor
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Paul wrote that believers should pray for the "King." Who is a king and for what should we pray for them? I have a feeling that we are not praying for victory in the next election. Keep in mind that we are all individuals, and we are rulers of our own lives. The prayer for the king should be the prayer for ourselves. And finally, where does Jesus f…
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Perhaps because of the conflict brewing in Israel/Gaza, people are once again talking about the return of Jesus Christ. How does one prepare and wait for the return of Christ? Are the events we are witnessing new and never seen before? Even if they were, what do we do? Here is an Amillennialist's take on the matter.…
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Revenge, Vengeance, avenging someone, these are popular concepts, and many people seek the opportunity to express their desire for revenge. But, of course, God says that vengeance is his. How do we submit to that as children of the light? Unfortunately, this topic is harder than should be to teach and discuss. Peace to you and all of us.…
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I've heard some wild interpretations of this passage over the years, but how does one become all things to all people? There's a lot of diversity out there, so how does one reach and identify with everyone? It's not that complicated as it turns out, and one does not have to "get drunk to share the gospel with heavy drinkers," as some people I knew …
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Biden's warning to the world not to interfere with the activities of the USA in the middle east made me think of this passage. As I said in the recording... that kind of inspiration does not necessarily dictate how I interpret the passage. The passage is longer than what I normally would use... and it seems to have a bump in the flow. But that "bum…
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One way of not seeing oneself correctly is by being a Narcissist. What is it and what is the effect for believers, the church, and society? How does one know one is a narcissist, what should one do instead of being self-absorbed? What is the payoff (blessing)?Kirjoittanut Subjective Professor
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In this episode I tackle a passage I have avoided for over 20 years. The passage that seems to advocate Pacifism. But is it pacifism or perhaps it is de-escalation? I also examine the concept of Love, again... and how Love enables and empowers us to love our enemies. Hope you enjoy.Kirjoittanut Subjective Professor
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A little change in direction because of my new life schedule. I'm going to be making episodes based on my Sunday preaching. Take it or leave it, I guess. It's all I have time for now. Plus, it is utterly depressing going through twitter/X to find a topic to discuss. I must take a break. So, Leviticus 19:35-37 is our focus for this episode, "Honest …
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