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    In The House Of Tom Bombadil [The Rebel Podcast]

    In The House Of Tom Bombadil [The Rebel Podcast]

    In this episode Pootie and P Nate talk about a book they both recently read "In the House of Tom Bombadil" by CR Wiley. Beyond loving the book and holding the author in high regard, the Rebels unpack the practical implications of a book they both found profoundly helpful.



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    • 30 min
    Rearing Children = Losing your Mind? Scare Tactics in Media... [Mere Medical]

    Rearing Children = Losing your Mind? Scare Tactics in Media... [Mere Medical]

    • 22 min
    Critical Theory: Its Roots and Fruits [The Ezra Institute Podcast for Cultural Reformation]

    Critical Theory: Its Roots and Fruits [The Ezra Institute Podcast for Cultural Reformation]

    We conclude our introduction to Critical Theory by identifying some of the key personalities responsible for this school of thought and their major ideas. You may have heard of some of these men: Georg Lukacs, Antonio Gramsci, Herbert Marcuse, Wilhelm Reich, and Erich Fromm. From their own writing, it is clear that Critical Theory is more than an analytical tool, but is in fact a self-consciously religious worldview, complete with doctrines of sin, justice, and salvation.

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    • 56 min
    Daily News Brief for Wednesday, May 25th, 2022 [Daily News Brief]

    Daily News Brief for Wednesday, May 25th, 2022 [Daily News Brief]


    Daily News Brief for Wednesday May 25th, 2022


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    Mass shooting at Texas elementary school, 14 children and one teacher dead, multiple injuries



    18 students are dead and two teacher following the shooting, and the shooter's grandma was also killed prior to the school shooting. This according to Governor Greg Abbott, who said the shooter "shot and killed horrifically, 14 students, and killed a teacher."


    According to Ali Bradley, the suspect was wanted for murder and was being pursued by police when he exited his vehicle and ran into the grade school, where he began shooting.


    "The shooter was Salvador Ramos, an 18-year-old male who resided in Uvalde, it is believed that he abandoned his vehicle and entered the Robb Elementary school with a handgun and he may have also had a rifle, but that is not yet confirmed... He shot and killed, horrifically, incomprehensibly, 14 students and killed a teacher. Mr. Romas... he himself is deceased and it is believed that responding officers killed him," said Gov. Abbott on Tuesday.


    Mike Rowe Says Feds Revoked His Filming Permit, Received Call Claiming It Was Pulled For His ‘Personal Politics’



    “Television host Mike Rowe said that the General Services Administration (GSA) recently revoked his permit to shoot a new episode of “Dirty Jobs” and wondered whether it was done for “political reasons” or as an attempt to “yank my chain,” which he said the move failed to do.


    In a lengthy message posted Monday on Facebook, Rowe explained why he didn’t appear at the job site this week as scheduled to shoot an episode highlighting a woman-owned company in the boilermaker trade. Rowe said that to his both surprise and disappointment the shoot was canceled “at the last minute” when the GSA “suddenly revoked our permit.”


    “I just wanted to assure you guys that this decision had nothing to do with me, Discovery, or my production team,” Rowe wrote. “This decision was made solely by the GSA, who oversees the location where you are currently working, and required us to apply for a permit months ago. Obviously, we did. The necessary permits were quickly issued, and we were assured several times over the last few months that everything was still good to go.”


    “Then, just two days before I was scheduled to arrive, we received a phone call from a woman at the GSA who informed us that our permits were being revoked,” he added. “When we asked for an explanation, she said, ‘security concerns.’ When we asked her what kind of security concerns, she said she didn’t know. She only told u

    • 15 min
    Romans 12:17-21 [Up and Ready]

    Romans 12:17-21 [Up and Ready]

    • 5 min
    John 17:20-26 [Up and Ready]

    John 17:20-26 [Up and Ready]

    • 5 min

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
860 Ratings

860 Ratings

Chead36 ,

Bold Christianity

The hosts of this podcast are not neo-evangelicals. Praise Christ they aren’t! They don’t care about leftist feelings, nor do they cater to right wing agendas. They are straight to the point. Calling out communist lies and the hypocrisy of right wingers while bringing it all back to Christ.

*SIMS* ,

Pugcast episode: Pagan Easter?

Random people in Church history decided bunnies are innocent like Jesus and eggs left over after a week of fasting are holy and therefore worth decorating.

Takeaway: Easter bunnies and eggs are not pagan, just arbitrary.

Seems like reflecting on the resurrection might be just as meaningful without them.

Thank you, Glenn, for clearing this up!

P.S. 3 stars because you did not distinguish between people who refuse to accept your research and people who simply haven’t gotten as far along in their research as you have. This made you sound arrogant; just something to consider.

Armyinfidel ,

Wretched journalism…

Lacking anything resembling objectivity. I came hoping for an honest perspective/criticism of TGC. What a bummer. Seems like the host is quarrelsome and jealous of those he’s critical of. There’s no precision to his argument… sweeping generalizations in his very broad definition of “big eva” then applies that title to the TGC without meaningful or honest caveat. C’mon bro, slander is a sin.

If you’re going to rip off an idea/format from CT to target your enemy TGC, you should atleast attempt to do it well.


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