GROK RADIO NOW STREAMING LIVE 24 HOURS A DAY! http://www.cyiworldwide.com GET THE GROK RADIO APP! FREE For your i-phone/Pad, Android smartphones and Tablets! http://grokradio.conduitapps.com/landing/ Join us as Daniel Wallace is my guest on the Deeper Waters Podcast to discuss the textual reliability of the New Testament. Dan Wallace has been teaching the New Testament at Dallas Theological Seminary for more than a quarter century. He earned a B.A. from Biola University, a ThM magna cum laude from Dallas Seminary, and a PhD summa cum laude also from Dallas Seminary, focusing his studies on the Greek New Testament throughout his education. He has done postdoctoral study at Cambridge University; the Institut für neutestamentliche Textforschung (Institute for New Testament Textual Research), Münster, Germany, Tübingen University; Glasgow University; Bayerische Staatsbibliothek (Bavarian State Library), Munich; as well as various libraries and universities in Europe, Australia, America, and Africa. His Exegetical Syntax is the standard biblical Greek grammar in the English-speaking world, and has been translated into half a dozen languages. Dan was the senior New Testament editor of the NET Bible, and has been a consultant on four Bible translations. He has authored, co-authored, or contributed to dozens of books. He is a member of the Society of New Testament Studies, the Institute for Biblical Research, the Society of Biblical Literature, and the Evangelical Theological Society. He is currently the vice president of the Evangelical Theological Society. Call in with your questions at 714-242-5180
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Dave Wiskus of Vesper and Unprofessional joins Rene to talk about the important of design in technology and culture, strong opinions loosely held, handling criticism, providing support, and figuring out tough problems.
A look back on the origins of the podcast and what it’s good for.
At this year’s AWP conference in Boston, NBCC criticism winners and finalists Stephen Burt, Vivian Gornick, James Wood, and Clare Cavanagh, and Balakian winner Parul Sehgal, discussed the art of writing about books. AWP provided a podcast of the panel, which took place on March 9, 2013.
The National Book Critics Circle, founded at the Algonquin Round Table in 1974, honors outstanding writing and fosters a national conversation about reading, criticism and literature.
Jacobin founding editor, Bhaskar Sunkara, explained the distinction between liberal and socialistic politics, the modern delusions of liberalism, the disconnect between the elite and grassroots of the Democratic Party, the political success of neo-liberalism, how the left can renew itself and the vital work of building coalitions against austerity.
On The Better Half: Michelle Bachmann’s epic insanity on full display in her resignation, Ron Paul loses his UN case and your calls and IMS.
And keep the conversation going on our morning thread
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Fizzle Show listener Bob Harper sent in a video calling us out. He’s a fan of the show but feels we haven’t been honest.
Bob’s putting his ass on the line for his business and his family and he wants some answers.
In this episode we hear his criticism and get into a mess of good stuff like:
Should I just start my business cold turkey, pull the rip chord and hope for the best?
Or should I do some financial planning and give myself a bit of padding?
What should I expect about the process of starting a business? How long should it take to start making money?
What role should my family play in how I pursue my business?
It’s a great episode. You’re gonna dig it. Let us know what you think in the comments below.
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The Focus Factor™ — Ice to the Brim — Here’s the video where I discuss the digging, the desert and discovering your vocation.
Stephen Pressfield You, as the Muse Sees You — “What follows is my own personal metaphysical model for how writing (and all art) works. You may think I’m crazy. I may indeed be crazy.”
Dan Harmon, Community – XOXO Festival (2012) – YouTube — “Dan Harmon is an Emmy-winning writer, the former executive producer of NBC’s Community…”
“It was not till I was in college that the idea of work finally broke free from the idea of making a living. Then the important question became not how to make money, but what to work on. Ideally these coincided, but some spectacular boundary cases (like Einstein in the patent office) proved they weren’t identical.”
TOPIC: Criticism and Its Discontents
This week, Dan and Merlin talk about criticism, people who don’t like you, and how much to let each have anything to do with the work you produce.
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The London Review of Books is often described as one of the most influential literary journals in the English-speaking world. The creative team behind the journal discuss its enduring legacy.
Listen to Culture Gabfest No. 248 with Stephen Metcalf, Dana Stevens, and June Thomas with the audio player below. Subscribe in iTunes ∙ RSS feed ∙ Download ∙ Play in another tab And join the lively conversation on the Culturefest Facebook page here: The sponsors of today’s show are Stamps.com and Audible.com….
Tom Spurgeon is a writer and editor living in Silver City, NM. He currently serves as the editor of The Comics Reporter, and has written about comic strips, comic books and editorial cartons for various publications since 1982. He worked for five years 1994-1999 as Managing Editor and then Executive Editor of the lauded and controversial industry trade magazine The Comics Journal. The magazine won several industry awards under his stewardship. He is a former contributing writer at The Stranger and for the late satirical web ‘zine Suck.com. As an editor, Tom helped assemble volumes in The Collected Pogo series and books such as Bob Levin’s The Pirates and the Mouse. As a writer, Tom co-wrote with Jordan Raphael the historical profile, Stan Lee and the Rise and Fall of the American Comic Book, and he was privileged to write for the King Features Syndicate strip Wildwood from 1999 to 2002. You can reach him at email@example.com.
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