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Lesson 421 When Politics is Only About Politics

Republicans and Democrats are talking mostly to themselves. Issues debates are about one party appearing to win out over the other. And in such situations the best interest of the country becomes secondary. 321 more words

Lessons Learned

Passing the Religious Test

Once upon a time, doctors took the Hippocratic oath which obligates physicians to take care of all comers. That was back in the days of Dr Kildare, when the cost of care was cheap. 808 more words

Event round-up: The View from the Bridge January 2018

Our latest View from the Bridge saw three expert speakers sharing what they think is going to happen in 2018. Is it going to be, ‘the year of living dangerously,’ or is that too pessimistic? 864 more words

Politics

God has a purpose for every human life.

On November 5, 2014, a woman named, Gigi Jordan was declared guilty of killing her 8-year old son who had autism. Her defense attorney said her act could only be described as a mercy killing. 475 more words

Discipleship

18-03 Segment 1: American Cities: Why they matter and a plan to save them

http://media.blubrry.com/viewpoints/mediatracks.com/shows/Viewpoints_2018/VIEWPOINTS_18-03A.mp3

Cities, from New York and Chicago to New Orleans and San Francisco, are a vital piece of our country. We talk about the reasons for cities, their role as cultural epicenters, and a radical plan to stop American cities from decaying under our very feet. 113 more words

Viewpoints Podcasts

18-03 Segment 2: Silent Reflux

http://media.blubrry.com/radiohealthjournal/mediatracks.com/shows/RHJ_2017/RHJ_18-03B.mp3

Millions of people who think they have allergies, asthma, and sinus problems may actually have “silent reflux” which can travel up the esophagus all the way to the throat and head. 99 more words

Radio Health Journal Podcasts

18-03 Segment 2: Our Unconscious Minds

http://media.blubrry.com/viewpoints/mediatracks.com/shows/Viewpoints_2018/VIEWPOINTS_18-03B.mp3

We like to think we’re in control of our own actions… but are we? We talk to Dr. John Bargh, a professor of psychology at Yale University and author of… 120 more words

Viewpoints Podcasts