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  1. Snell and Gruber on iPhone applications, 2007

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  2. Fiona Talkington with Jaga Jazzist’s Mixtape

    Your host is Fiona Talkington. Your bread and butter is her collection of always great music. And your main course is a Late Junction Mixtape from Jaga Jazzist. You’re welcome!

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  3. Lecture 7—The Being of God as Gift and Grace: On Freedom and Necessity, Aseity and the Divine “Attributes”

    Bruce McCormack. The God who graciously elects, Lecture #7

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  4. Lecture 6—The Processions Contain the Missions: Reconstructing the Doctrine of an Immanent Trinity

    Bruce McCormack. The God who graciously elects, Lecture #6

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  5. Lecture 5—Which Christology? Refining the Economic Basis of the Christian Doctrine of God

    Bruce McCormack. The God who graciously elects, Lecture #5

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  6. Lecture 4—The God Who Reveals Himself: The Mystery of the Trinity in the New Testament

    Bruce McCormack. The God who graciously elects, Lecture #4

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  7. Lecture 3—The Great Reversal: From the Economy of God to the Trinity in Modern Theology

    Bruce McCormack. The God who graciously elects, Lecture #3

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  8. Lecture 2—From the One God to the Trinity: The Creation of the Orthodox Understanding of God

    Bruce McCormack. The God who graciously elects, Lecture #2

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  9. Lecture 1—Is the Reformation Over? Reflections on the Place of the Doctrine of God in Evangelical Theology Today

    Bruce McCormack. The God who graciously elects, Lecture #1

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  10. Episode 192: How to Theme Your Day for Maximum Productivity |

    On Today’s Show

    Author and productivity expert Mike Vardy talks about why using a calendar as a task management solution on its own is a bad idea. Mike shares his method of permanently assigning specific “themes” to each day of the week. If you start to theme those days, you give yourself a bit more of a jump-start into your day. Instead, you wake up, and you know immediately the general focus of tasks and projects to tackle that day.

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    1 Simple Thing Action:

    Start using your calendar for date-specific appointments only. Then you can start using your calendar as more of a framework than a ruling approach to your day. Try to “theme” your days. That will give you something valuable to look at, and when you wake up in the morning your brain is already predisposed to know which are the types of tasks you need to get done today.

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    The Way of The Productivityist a Manifestohttp://productivityist.com/the-way-of-the-productivityist-a-manifesto/

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    Guest:

    Mike Vardywww.productivityist.com

    Productivity Strategist

    Time Management Specialist

    To Do List Hacker

    Author

    Speaker

    Founder and President of Productivityist

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    If you enjoyed the show, please rate and review my podcast in iTunes. This will help tremendously in getting the word out. Thanks!

    http://www.1simplethingonline.com/episode192/

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