1. Why We Believe the Bible is True (Selected Scriptures) John MacArthur


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    http://www.gty.org/resources/sermons/90-321 Now whenever I have the opportunity to preach on the doctrine of the Word of God, there is a great danger that this could go on for a long time and that you may feel like you're drinking out of a fire hose at full volume because this is my passion, as you know, the Word of God. I love the truth, I live for the truth, I proclaim the truth, nothing is as important as the truth of God revealed in Scripture. And so, as we began last Sunday night talking about this issue of Scripture, we shall continue for many Sunday nights to come, not sure exactly how many to talk about the great doctrine of Scripture. Let me begin tonight by reminding you of a familiar statement that appears three times in the Bible, once in Deuteronomy chapter 8, once in Matthew chapter 4, and a third time recorded in Luke chapter 4, and this is that statement, "Man shall not live on bread alone, but on every word that proceeds out of the mouth of God." What kind of living are we talking about? What kind of life is in view? Well this refers to all of life, encompassing the spiritual life as well as the temporal, physical life. Everything in life, every perception in life, every attitude, every action must be understood in the light of the Word of God. For us who are believers, we understand that our spiritual lives which dominate our physical lives and all aspects of living are fed solely and only by the Word of God. For believers, the only soul food is Scripture. This is laid out for us repeatedly throughout the pages of the Bible. In Psalm 1 we read, "How blessed is the man who does not walk in the counsel of the wicked, nor stand in the path of sinners, nor sit in the seat of scoffers, but his delight is in the law of the Lord and in His law he meditates day and night."...

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    • ʻAha Kāne 2012 - Kekuewa Kikiloi (Keynote)


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      Hawaiians believe in a life force called Mana. More than inherited spiritual energy from our kūpuna, Mana is part of an indefinite process that builds and wanes across generations. Kekuewa Kikiloi presents on building Mana in Hawaiʻi. Kekuewa Kikiloi is from He‘eia, Oahu. He is a graduate of Kamehameha Schools and a doctoral candidate in the Department of Anthropology at the University of Hawai'i at Mānoa. His educational background is primarily in Hawaiian Studies and Anthropology, where his research has been focused on understanding the nature and complexity of traditional Hawaiian society. Over the past decade he has helped to pioneer historical research concerning Papahānaumokuākea (the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands), working to establish renewed cultural connections to this remote part of our archipelago. He is a former recipient of a number of local and national award ranging from the Sarah Nakoa Hawaiian Language Perpetual Scholarship Award to the National Science Foundation Graduate Fellowship Award. Also, he is currently a recipient of the Mellon Hawaiʻi Doctoral Fellowship finishing up his final months of his doctoral work. He is involved in a number of community efforts, but is primarily a member of Hale Mua o Kūaliʻi, a community group of Hawaiian men working to establish a cultural foundation for kāne through leadership, ceremonial rituals, chants, protocols, and traditional fighting arts.

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      • Ici Mars - Le Teaser


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        Ici Mars l'émission qui vous en-culture Présentée et mise en œuvre par Fred Aston Réalisée par Les Frères Cheyenne/C. Chavot Teaser e01k Ici Mars, c'est l'émission qui fait de l'oeil à la curiosité Ici Mars est une émission imaginée et présentée par Fred Aston, leader du groupe de rock Astonvilla, Victoire de la Musique en 2002 (Décernée par le public), un acteur culturel qui va à la rencontre de ses pairs, au moment ou Marseille accède au titre européen de Capitale de la culture… Ici Mars est un hebdo télé compact, qui portera jusqu’en 2013, un regard décalé sur l’envers du décor de la Culture à Marseille et sa région, tourné caméra à l’épaule en HD, avec un montage nerveux & orienté « zapping » réalisé par les Frères Cheyenne. Il est prévu aussi pour être décliné sous forme de bonus web et la diffusion sur les écrans mobiles du réseau 3G+.

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        • Leading Behavior Change - Creating Shifts in the Way People Think and Act


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          “Leaders are born…not made!” How many of us have heard this often repeated myth? The truth, however, is far different. Great leadership is the result of consistent action over time and focus on a few simple principles. It is a process. It involves attributes, skills, and abilities; and they are not for the chosen few. They can be learned, refined and perfected. Decades of research have identified a few key attributes that are the foundation for success of the most effective leaders. These traits are not complicated—they don’t require an advanced degree or any specialized training. They are straightforward, practical and will significantly and directly impact organizational performance. By exhibiting these leadership attributes, you can ignite extraordinary results within your organization. It is important to understand regarding these attributes that it’s about frequency – not how well or skilled a leader may be with each of these. Although, as leaders focus on doing these things more often, they strengthen their ability and become more adept with each over time.

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          • ʻAha Kāne 2012 - Wehena


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            Take part in the movement, as kāne from all islands garner their traditional wear and answer the call to put forth the very best during the ‘awa ceremony conducted by Hale Mua Kuali‘i. Held at Windward Community College, each island will showcase its best ha‘i‘ōlelo and hula hälau/oli/ha‘a. Experience the mana of kāne as they take center stage to inspire young and old in this sacred space of kāne kuleana.

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            • Beyond Stereotypes: The Truth and History Behind the Rastafari


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              This video is a basic study of the Rastafarian religion and tradition. The goal of its creation is to expand knowledge about Rastas and what they believe and debunk some myths and stereotypes that are commonly thought. This video was created for the History and Culture of the Caribbean 400 level course at North Dakota State University. Bibliography found separately. Guided Viewing Questions: 1) On what Caribbean island did Rastafari originate? 2) What are two stereotypes associated with the Rastafari? A) B) 3) How did Marcus Garvey influence the Rastafari and how else did he influence the Caribbean? 4) What are the spiritual or traditional reasons for the stereotypes you thought of above? A) B) 5) What other religions of the Caribbean have been stereotyped and how so? 6) What in Jamaica’s past could have influenced the Coral Gardens Incident? 7) The Rastafari have begun to be more widely accepted in Jamaica and around the world. How has the creation of their own identity affected this and how has this identity been marketed in the tourism industry? 8) What is one thing you learned about the Rastafari that you did not know?

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              • Brown Canyon Ranch - Cultural History


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                José Garcia tells his story of growing up around Brown Canyon Ranch and the cultural impact in the area. The ranch house serves as a historic and educational site for visitors.

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                • Visuel animé du programme de décembre 2014


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                  Pour illustrer la saison 2014-2015, Les Champs Libres laissent carte blanche à Morvandiau pour la création des visuels de nos programmes mensuels : leschampslibres.fr/evenements/carte-blanche-a-morvandiau/ Tous les mois, retrouvez ses illustrations en couverture de nos programmes et en vidéo, animées par Gilles Coirier et sonorisées par Pascal Pellan. Visuels : Morvandiau (morvandiau-tanitoc.net) Animation : Gilles Coirier Écriture sonore : Pascal Pellan Consultez et téléchargez le programme mensuel ici : http://www.leschampslibres.fr/ressources-numeriques/stockage-pages/le-programme-mensuel-en-pdf/

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                  • Kultur Shock - High Low [Official Video]


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                    Artist - Kultur Shock Song - High Low Directed by John Ned Producer - David Pierson Director of Photography - Sawyer Purman Editor/2nd Camera - Ben Anderson 3rd Camera/Key Grip - Brett Drolet altracproductions.com

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                    • The Evolution of Social Intelligence Part 1


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                      Social intelligence is widespread in the animal kingdom, from simple dominance hierarchies to complex multi-generational communities. Although humans possess a host of abilities that other animals do not, we surely have many equals in social intelligence. How did this intricate form of intelligence evolve? Does it require conscious thought in all cases, or can instinctual emotional abilities navigate the social world? This panel discussion, comprising members of the LAS Research Group in Mind, Science, and Culture, will look at brain science, primate behavior, and human cultural evolution to unlock some of the mysteries of social intelligence. The panel will suggest answers to the questions above within an “emotional knowing” framework, which builds upon evolution and affective neuroscience. The LAS Research Group in Mind, Science, and Culture takes a holistic approach to the mind. Its research emphasizes the continuity across mammalian brains by focusing on the integral role of emotion in social interaction and cognition.

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