Jeroboam, Josiah and the Glorious Gospel | Richard Brown
HumeRidge Church of Christ
Toowoomba Christian College Principal, Richard Brown brings an encouragement of God’s glorious plans for our community as we take our place for His purpose - to reveal Jesus in our neighbourhood. We’ll delve into an Old Testament story to gain some wisdom and understanding of how God is outworking His mighty plan both now and in the future. CONNECT WITH US Instagram: www.instagram.com/humeridgechurch Facebook: www.facebook.com/humeridgechurch YouTube: www.youtube.com/humeridgechurch If you would like prayer, want to share a good report/praise point, or give to the ministries at HR head to: humeridge.church/sunday If you have made a decision to follow Jesus, we would love to follow up with you. Please let us know by texting 0417 201 215. For more information about HumeRidge Church visit: www.humeridge.church
In this episode, I chat with "The Property Voice" Richard Brown about his journey from accountancy to entrepreneurship to a world of his own creation. Richard's fresh and holistic take on all things real estate and investing is as thoughtful and eye-opening as is his approach to life and giving back. Join me and my "property buddy" for a light but powerful conversation about standing up for what you believe in and creating a life of your own design.Check out The Property Voice at: https://www.thepropertyvoice.net/And for more great content, follow @RupalYPatel on Instagram or come visit at www.rupalypatel.com.Think Bigger. Lead Better. Be Bolder.
57: "We don't need a god - we can do it ourselves" - Philosopher Richard Brown - Sentientist Conversation
Richard (https://twitter.com/onemorebrown & https://onemorebrown.com/) is a philosopher at CUNY. His work is focused on the philosophy of mind, consciousness studies & the foundations of cognitive science. He also has interests & projects in the philosophy of language, metaethics, philosophy of physics, logic, the philosophy of logic and the history of philosophy. In Sentientist Conversations we talk about the two most important questions: “what’s real?” & “what matters?” Sentientism is "evidence, reason & compassion for all sentient beings." The video of our conversation is here on YouTube. We discuss: 0:00 Welcome 1:10 Richard's Intro: A carbon-based philosopher. 2:08 What's real? - Attending Christian and other religious venues. Mother converting to being a Jehovah's Witness - "I found it incredible - in the sense of not possible to believe" - "Worship me or die" - Theodicy & the problem of evil - Refusing baptism at the age of 14. "If you live in my house you're going to do this." - Running away, stealing a motorcycle, being arrested & spending 4 years at juvenile hall - Scholarship & philosophy - Atheistic re: formal religions: "I find the stuff in all the holy texts to be obviously man made", but agnostic re: theism - What counts as evidence? Fine tuning, arguments from design? - Simulation hypothesis. Maybe our creator is a teenager in the next universe up or hyper-dimensional mice - God as a genocidal maniac - Religious homophobia - Naturalistic ethics based on reason (vs. authority/fear/obedience) - "It's better to do the naturalistic thing because you have to ultimately do it anyway" - Islam means "peace through submission" - "It's undignified to demand worship" 18:29 What matters morally? - "I always thought it was obvious that there are things that matter morally" - Being raised vegetarian, then going vegan - The optimistic futurism of the 1950's - JW pamphlets depicting a transhumanist utopia where we've engineered the predators to eat Impossible Burgers - "I was raised to see animals as companions & friends & family members" - Kant, universalism, freedom & autonomy - Theirs is valuable because mine is valuable - "There's something rational about morality" - "I couldn't make sense of sociopaths" - Hume's is/ought - A flaw in traditional Kantian ethics is that "only 'rational creatures' get into the club". Christine Korsgaard corrects - Ethical pluralism & moral considerability 32:42 Sentience, consciousness and p-zombies - Panpsychism as a popular alternative to the impasse between physicalism & dualism - Can electrons experience/suffer? Are they pieces of consciousness? If so, surely they're bored? - Epiphenomenalism - We often respond before we are conscious - "The mind is the brain" - Is panpsychism any more outlandish than the concept of fields in physics? ... And much more. See YouTube and Sentientism.info. Sentientism is “Evidence, reason & compassion for all sentient beings." More at https://sentientism.info/. Join our "I'm a Sentientist" wall https://sentientism.info/wall/. Everyone interested, Sentientist or not, is welcome in our groups: https://www.facebook.com/groups/sentientism.
Flautist Richard Brown truly is a one-of-a-kind talent in the contemporary jazz music world. His talent for writing and producing music is limitless and he has emerged with a contemporary jazz free flute style extraordinaire. Richard is also the founder of Distilled Butter Band. Contact Richard Brown @ firstname.lastname@example.org #jazzmatters #yesjazzmatters #jazzmattersatl #jazz #atljazz #atlmusic #atlmusicians #atlmusicscene #contemporaryjazz #jazzfunk #jazzfusion #jazzlife #jazzlover #jazzmusician #jazzpiano #jazzpodcast #jazzradio #musician #musicislife #musicmatters #randbmusic #smoothjazz #musiclover #flautist--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jazz-matters/support
Richard Brown on London's future - a capital in pivot
The Pivot Point Podcast
Few cities have seen so much change this century as London. In this episode, Eliot Wilson talks to Richard Brown, acting director of the Centre for London think tank. He traces the development of the elected mayoralty from its inception in the late 1990s, through the Ken Livingstone years and Boris Johnson's tenure, to today's mayor and the 2021 election. He describes the political turmoil in which the first mayoralty began, the hosting of the 2012 Olympics and the balance of power in a city with a Labour core and Conservative-leaning suburbs; before outlining the Centre for London's forward-looking 'London Futures' project which examines what the capital ought to look like by 2050.
Enterprise Blockchain for Financial Services and Beyond |Richard Brown - R3
The Fintech Files
In this episode, we are investigating the role and the potential of enterprise blockchain with Richard Brown, CTO at R3. R3 is an enterprise software firm that is pioneering digital industry transformation. R3’s enterprise blockchain platform Corda is digitalizing the processes and systems that firms rely on to connect and transact with each other and has more than 350 institutions deploying, servicing and building on it. Richard's team designed and brought to market Corda, the world's most advanced enterprise blockchain platform. R3 has also recently launched Conclave, a confidential computing platform. Listen on iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/the-fintech-files/id1511595070 Or on other podcast platforms https://pod.link/1511595070 Subscribe on YouTube: http://bit.ly/2FQSunJ TIMELINE OF THE EPISODE 00:00 What problem is Enterprise Blockchain solving? 05:00 Richard career and getting started with Blockchain 10:00 Real-life examples using the Corda technology 15:30 Bottom line impact of the technology beyond financial services 18:30 What is Corda and what makes it different 20:25 How developers can get involved with Corda 23:05 Commecializing Corda & Flywheel effects 28:42 Marketing & The need for visionaries 30:30 The launch of Conclave LINKS Richard https://www.linkedin.com/in/gendal/ Richard’s blog: https://gendal.me/ R3 website https://www.r3.com/ Corda on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K_2QhtTBN8U ABOUT THE FINTECH FILES PODCAST The Fintech Files is a podcast dedicated to helping the Fintech industry navigate the threats and opportunities of the 2020s. Each episode features an interview with an executive or thought leader, discussing topics like marketing, growth, sales, culture, career and more. If you’re looking to overcome your growth challenges and discover new ideas to engage with your prospects and clients or learn best practices from B2B Fintech experts, this show is for you. The Fintech Files is brought to you by Orama and hosted by George Aliferis. Newsletter: https://fintechorama.substack.com/ Website https://orama.tv/the-fintech-files/
Soundbite: Property Gamechangers Interview with Richard Brown
The Property Voice
What we have lined up today is a recent interview between Stephanie Taylor, who is the host of what is a relatively new series called Property Gamechangers and our very own Richard Brown, The Property Voice. This is a series that is hosted on Facebook live, where Stephanie interviews, people that have achieved a […] The post Soundbite: Property Gamechangers Interview with Richard Brown appeared first on The Property Voice.
Dr. Brown received his undergraduate degree from the University of Georgia (GO DAWGS!) and his medical degree from The Chicago Medical School. He then completed his General Surgery residency at Northwestern University in Chicago followed by Plastic Surgery residency at the University of Nebraska. Dr. Brown has been in practice in Scottsdale, AZ for 11 years. He wrote a book that launched in 2019 called, “The Real Beauty Bible.” The book's focus is to educate anyone looking to have plastic surgery and educates you about the process, from start to finish, from selecting the right surgeon to living in your new body. He is also launching a health and wellness concept this year to bring holistic health and wellness to his surgery clients before and after surgery. His focus is breast and body reconstructive and cosmetic surgery. Dr. Brown’s mission is to help every person live the best version of themselves. He is active on social media where he educates and inspires. Check him out at @therealtiktokdoc on TikTok, @drrichardjbrown on IG, and Brown Plastic Surgery on Youtube. Episode sponsored by @paived_platform
Richard Brown is the chief executive of Listening Ear and Amparo. Listening Ear Merseyside provides an acclaimed counselling service for children, young people and adults affected by bereavement, while Amparo supports those bereaved by suicide.
Series 7: Full-Time in Property with Richard Brown
The Property Voice
Time to turn the microphone around as Helen Pollock, The Content Doc, returns to pose the questions as I sit in the guest seat for a change. Listen as I share my own story of going full-time in property with you. Despite being a little sketchy on some the exact dates, I share what […] The post Series 7: Full-Time in Property with Richard Brown appeared first on The Property Voice.