Cover-to-Cover Series: The Book of Deuteronomy with Paul Weaver
With Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, and Numbers in the rearview mirror, our trek through the Bible now arrives at the end of the Book of Moses, or, the Pentateuch. Though it's probably best known for the second giving of the ten commandments (5:6–21; 10:1–2)—a necessity after Moses smashed the first set in anger (Ex 32:19)—Deuteronomy has much more going on than a mere legal do-over. And to help us better process this thirty-four chapter text we welcome to the podcast, Dr. Paul Weaver. Dr. Weaver serves as the Academic Dean of the Word of Life Global Bible Institute. He’s is a professor of Bible and theology, a productive author, and is passionate about providing high-quality Bible study resources that are affordable and within the reach of anyone serious about studying God's word.
Our family series is all about looking into what God’s idea of family is, we will be dealing with brokenness and disappointment, taking responsibility, adoption and much more. Pastor Paul Weaver concluded our series with this message on Fathers day. You can also watch this message by visiting our website or YouTube channel.
#1 - Chatting With Paul Weaver: Personal Growth and International Business
The Rental Journal Podcast
Paul Weaver is the Managing Director of Makinex Construction Products. Paul talks about how he got into the equipment rental industry, investing in himself, the importance of mentoring and how Makinex Construction Products grew from a local supplier to an international business.
Paul Weaver is a content creator and co-founder of @activ.media. The first time Paul picked up the camera was as at the age of 15 and from that point forward he has gone on to creating amazing experiences that cultivate brands, impact individuals and help grow businesses. His mission through his work is to try to inspire others to grow, learn, and move forward through life. From offering photography workshops to coming from a place of pure giving, Paul will continue to inspire others and raise the bar for what is expected of the industry.
I am joined by photographer, videographer, and content creator Paul Weaver. We sit down to talk about Paul's photography workshops, some of his favorite shots, Shooting a Chance the Rapper concert, Creating content that matters, Travel stories, and much more. Make sure to check out Paul's website at Paulwashere.com
Paul Weaver is a photographer, content creator and the founder of Activ Media. This guy loves connecting with people, and in the two years since giving his life to Jesus, Paul sees how God has been speaking to him for a long time and helping him build a platform for the purpose of loving on others.//////Paul Weaver on Instagrampaulwashere.comFavorite BooksLove Does by Bob Goff———Become a Patreon!Follow us on InstagramLike us on FacebookSubscribe to us on YouTubeMusic by Chris Bartels | Produced by Tyssul
WOL98 - Daniel: The Sovereignty of God with Paul Weaver Part 1
The Word of Life Podcast
In this special edition of the Learn the Word Podcast Jonathan Philips serves as the podcast host and Paul Weaver is the “guest” scholar. Dr. Weaver describes apocalyptic literature, discusses the key themes in the book of Daniel and recounts the episode of the handwriting on the wall. If you would like to listen to Part 2 you can find it by going navigating to the Learn the Word website at learn.wol.org/podcast. Part 2 will be posted at 7 AM on May 24th.
Paul Weaver - New year, new start - Recorded live at !Audacious Church - 31st December 2017 - For more information about !Audacious Church please visit our website https://audaciouschurch.com If you want to buy !Audacious Resources please visit https://www.audaciousresources.com
Podcast Ep. #2 – Prof. Paul Weaver on Shape, Stiffness and Smart Aerospace Structures
Aerospace Engineering Podcast
"There's been a lot of good press from the science community on self-assembly of atoms. Well, I guess what I'm looking for is self-assembly and disassembly of large-scale structures...There is all sorts of exciting things we can do when [engineering] structures re-configure themselves." --- Prof. Paul WeaverThis episode features Prof. Paul Weaver, who holds a Bernal Chair in Composite Structures at the University of Limerick in Ireland, and is the Professor in Lightweight Structures at the University of Bristol in the United Kingdom. Lightweight design plays a crucial role in the aerospace industry, and Paul has worked on some fascinating concepts for more efficient aircraft structures. Paul's research has influenced analysis procedures and product design at NASA, Airbus, GKN Aerospace, Augusta Westland Helicopters, Vestas (and many more), and in this episode we cover some of his past accomplishments and his vision for the future.Central to this vision is artificial metamorphosis, which is a term that Paul coined to describe structures that re-configure by dis-assembly and re-assembly to adapt and optimise on the fly. Although Paul thinks that this vision of engineering structures is still 50 years into the future, he is well known for his work on a related technology: topological shape-morphing. The simplest example of a morphing structure is a leading edge slat, which is used on all commercial aircraft today to prevent stall at take off and landing. Paul, on the other hand, envisions morphing structures that are more integral, that is without joints and which do not rely on heavy actuators to function. Apart from artificial metamorphosis, Paul and I discuss his teenage dreams of becoming a material scientist his work with Mike Ashby at Cambridge University on material and shape factors interesting coupling effects in composite materials that can be used for elastic tailoring his work with Augusta Westland helicopters on novel rotor blades why NASA contacted him about his research on buckling of rocket shells and much, much moreI hope that you get a feel for Paul’s enthusiasm for aerospace engineering. If you enjoy the Aerospace Engineering Podcast you can support it by leaving a review on iTunes or by becoming a patron.Please enjoy this wide ranging conversation with Prof. Paul Weaver!What have you learned from this episode? Let me know on Twitter by clicking here.Selected Links from the Episode Bernal Institute, University of Limerick Paul’s research group at the University of Limerick and the University of Bristol Structures: Or Why Things Don't Fall Down and The New Science of Strong Materials: Or Why You Don't Fall Through the Floor by Prof. J E Gordon Prof. Mike Ashby, materials selection using Ashby plots and its geometrical counterpart: shape factors, CES Materials Selector Second moment of area AugustaWestland AW101 Merlin helicopter that uses bend-twist coupling in the rotor blades to decouple vibration modes Bend-twist coupling of a wing-box explained on the Grumman X-29 Geometrically swept wind-turbine blades for improved performance Imperfection sensitivity of cylinders (the introduction of this paper conveys the message) Video of collapsing soda can and "scientific" crush test Morphing: NASA morphing aircraft FlexSys wing without flaps A project by NASA and MIT on flexible morphing structures NASA shape-shifting wings A morphing air inletA video featuring Paul talking about his research and vision for artificial metamorphosis Some topics related to metamorphosis are: Molecular self-assembly 4D printing Re-configurable materialsThe deHavilland Mosquito, the importance of phenolic resins in constructing the Mosquito, and Norman de Bruyne