Theological Pipe

Theological Pipe

There is a God. News, Culture, Sports, Politics and everything else from a theological perspective. Put that in your theological pipe and smoke it.

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May 7, 2021 15 min

In this episode, I continue reading the Book of Revelation. The book promises blessing to anyone who hears it. I don't know of anyone who is anti-blessing, although these days there are probably some.  

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In this episode, I continue reading the Book of Revelation as we bank on what the book says - blessed are those who read and hear. I don't know many people who are anti-blessing. So, over the next few episodes we are gonna read and hear this amazing book.?

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In this episode, I continue reading the Book of Revelation (chapters 2 and 3), banking on the promise that anyone who reads or hears the book will be blessed. There's nothing wrong with being blessed, right??

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In this episode, the Book of Revelation says in its opening sentences that anyone reading or hearing the book will be blessed. Blessings are good, so for the next few episodes I am going to read the book, talk a little about it, and we can trust God together for His promised blessing.?

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In this episode, I discuss the new Major League Baseball extra innings rule (stupid) and MLB and moving the All Star Game (stupid). I then 'smoothy' transition into a discussion of sin and it's consequences (not good) and God's response to it (Jesus). Oh, and I almost ran over a women while recording, so that's on there, too. All in all, a episode cock full of goodness.   

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In this episode, I kinda meander and go down different tracks and maybe don't even make a real point, but I discuss the victimhood culture and use the greatest speech in movie history to do it.  

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In this episode, I talk about the awesomeness of March Madness. I also talk about the silliness that is USA Today and their moronic article attacking Oral Roberts University in the midst of their amazing run to the Sweet 16.  

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In this episode, I talk about how on this date, March 24th, 35 years ago, a great moment in rock n roll history happened. Van Halen released their album 5150. IMO, one of the greatest albums of all time and an album that will always be special to me. Made even more special today because of the recent passing of Eddie Van Halen. I also talk about how I was sorta responsible for Sammy Hagar and Van Halen joining forces.  

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In this episode, I do two short praises. One for one of the greatest TV shows of all time and one for quite possibly the only example of American royalty: Breaking Bad and Dolly Parton.  

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In this episode, I give a brief update on last night's episode - an album review of The Beatle's Abbey Road and waiting on a copyright claim to be resolved and then I say what every normal, common sense person in the world is saying when it comes to cancelling Dr. Seuss (or putting warning labels on The Muppets, or saying math (and everything else) is racist) - Enough is enough! 

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In this episode, I do another album review. This time it is Abbey Road by The Beatles. I take needed breaks from politics and culture and stuff to look at the Rolling Stone's Top 500 Albums of All-Time. Music is a gift from God and can provide a much needed respite from all the stuff going on. According to Rolling Stone this is the number 5 album. I look at the tracks and give my opinions. 

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In this episode, I discuss the Tiger Wood's car crash and the importance of trying to maintain a good name. Prayers up for Tiger's recovery. Put that in your theological pipe and smoke it. And be nice.

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In this episode, I discuss the concept of the Imago Dei and then go over some idiocy from the Oregon School System who thinks math is racist. Yes, math is racist. I then go over an incredible thread by Titania McGrath (link below) and talk about how if everything is racist, nothing is. It is a really amazing thread. 

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In this episode, I talk about a phrase that is underused and most needed these days: I don't know. Not, I don't know the phrase, that is the phrase, "I don't know." I also talk about a somewhat related great quote from Jordan Peterson, "Humility is a form of courage." 

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In this episode, I first discuss the 2 mindblowingly idiotic statements President Biden made yesterday at his CNN Townhall. He downplayed the Chinese genocide of the Uighurs and then not to be outdone said Blacks and Hispanics were too stupid to get on the internet. I then discuss the passing of Rush Limbaugh and how regardless of your politics the man was a radio legend. I also talk about the soulless comments of some people. We s...

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In this episode, I talk about how we all like to complain, and sometimes have good reason to, but focusing on our blessings might be a better option. Yes, it is cold. Yes, it is inconvenient. Yes, you can complain. Also yes, focus on the good things is the better option. 

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In this episode, I do another album review from Rolling Stone's Top 500 Album list. This time it is Stevie Wonder's masterpiece, Songs in the Key of Life. Just. Amazing. Do yourself a favor and listen to it, soon, from start to finish.  

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In this episode, I discuss the Super Bowl and how Tom Brady is the GOAT after what he did this year by leading the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to a Super Bowl Victory. I also talk about the other GOATs in baseball (Willie Mays, or Hank Aaron, or Bath Ruth, or someone else), hockey (Wayne Gretzky), and basketball (Michael Jordan). I also briefly talk about the Hulu documentary Framing Britney Spears and how, yeah, she needs to be freed (at...

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In this episode, I was gonna talk about Alexandria Ocasio Cortez pulling a Jussie Smollett and Marjorie Taylor Greene being a nut job. But you either know that or you only think one side is crazy and your side is righteous and it's old and boring, so instead I continue with another review of one of Rolling Stone's top 500 albums of all time. This time it is Joni Mitchell's blue, which Rolling Stone says is the number 3 ...

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In this episode, I discuss that K.C. and the Sunshine Band were correct when they told us to "Do a little dance." Despite our circumstances, we can dance and we should - especially as believers. 

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