1. 14 - 2013 CTS - Scott Aniol - Holy Culture. 1 Peter 1:13-19

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    from Dean Bible Ministries / Added

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    Scott Aniol - Holy Culture. 1 Peter 1:13-19. 2013 Chafer Theological Seminary Pastor's Conference. March 6, 2013. houstonbibleconferences.org deanbible.org chafer.edu

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    • Ep11. John Marzluff - 'Feathered Apes' and Their Ability to Behave Like Humans

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      from Nadine Sebai / Added

      Are humans the only species capable of having insights, taking revenge on enemies, and creating culture? Some would say that if there was any other animal aside from humans that had these characteristics, they would have to be our closest relatives -- the Great Apes. Surprisingly enough, however, these are characteristics of a species of bird called Corvids (includes the common crow & raven). These bird have been coined the name “feathered apes” for their human-like traits. This week, Dr. John Marzluff, Professor of Wildlife Science at the University of Washington, joins me to discuss how these birds use social learning to establish traditions and develop cultural bonds. Dr. Marzluff is the co-author of Gifts of the Crow, where he explains how perception, emotion, and thought allow corvids to behave like humans. “[Culture] is not something that we invented or something we have sole ownership of,” Marzluff tells me. “but it’s something that is part of our social vertebrate heritage.”

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      • Interviewing Barbara Tyrrell - on motivation and origins.

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        The legendary South African artist, Barbara Tyrrell, talks about her motivations and describes an event that inspired her life's work. She was three years old at the time. Born in 1912, "...Barbara grew up in Zululand in an environment where Zulu tradition flourished. The traditional dress and customs of the Zulu people fascinated her as a child. She spoke their language and was present at many of the Zulu people’s traditional ceremonies." http://www.ezakwantu.com/Gallery_Barbara_Tyrrell_Her_Life_Her_Caravans.htm Interviewed by Andrew Garton and Liane Greeff Camera: Liane Greeff, EcoDocs Africa Edit: Andrew Garton

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        • ALLAHU AKBAR - GOD IS GREATER (English Subtitles)

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          Allahu Akbar - God is Greater The video focuses on fasting during Ramadan, one of the five pillars of Islam. Through the testimonies of members of three Muslim communities in São Paulo and another in São Bernardo do Campo, the film attempts to understand the meanings of fasting, its breaking, the licit and ilicit, the Night of the Decree and finally, at the closing of Ramadan, one of the main festivals of the Islamic calendar, Eid al Fitr. Ficha Técnica: NTSC, cor, 29min, 2006 Direção, Roteiro e Pesquisa: Francirosy Campos Barbosa Ferreira Fotografia: Francirosy Campos Barbosa Ferreira, Aisha Chedid, Edgar Teodoro da Cunha, Giuliano Ronco, Lucas Fretin Edição: Giuliano Ronco e Francirosy Campos Barbosa Ferreira Assistencia de Produção: Gabriel Campos Ferreira Realização: LISA Projeto Temático: Alteridade, Expressões Culturais do Mundo Sensível e Construções da Realidade Apoio: FAPESP __________________ VERSÃO EM PORTUGUÊS: vimeo.com/lisausp/allahuakbar O vídeo focaliza o jejum do mês do Ramadã, um dos cinco pilares da prática muçulmana. Por meio de depoimentos feitos por muçulmanos de três comunidades islâmicas em São Bernardo do Campo procura-se compreender os significados do jejum, sua quebra, o lícito e o ilícito, a Noite do Decreto e, finalmente, o encerramento do Ramadã com uma das festas principais do calendário islâmico, Eid al Fitr.

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          • Fragment(s) d'une Chimère

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            from François Boetschi - NU Films / Added

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            a 52 minutes corporate documentary about american artist Ken Rinaldo who specializes in installations that blur the boundaries between the organic and inorganic.

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            • First Snow at Northland.

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              from Andrew Van Gorp / Added

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              • Behind the Scenes of Trading Cloth and Culture

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                Take a behind the scenes look at the making of the newest exhibition at the ASU Museum of Anthropology, Trading Cloth and Culture. This short video was made by students in the course, Museums and New Media at Arizona State University.

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                • Describe Your Relationship to Your Bicycle in Three Words...

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                  A 5-minutes experimental-anthropological student film. The film suggests a phenomenological perspective on bicycling. The narrative is mixed with voxpop-styled interviews with cyclists in London.

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                  • Homo Sapiens - Who Are We? - Chapter Eleven

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                    Homemade video on the evolution of Homo sapiens. Chapter Eleven in an Eleven Chapter series - at least Eleven chapters so far.

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