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#1015 - Truth Over Tribe: Patrick Miller and Keith Simon

Theology in the Raw

Patrick and Keith just released their book Truth Over Tribe: Pledging Allegiance to a Lamb, not a Donkey or an Elephant. They also co-host a fantastic podcast called “Truth Over Tribe” and they are pastors at The Crossing church in Columbia, MO. We had a wonderful conversation about politics, tribalism, the kingdom of God, and whether Christians or churches should be politically invovled. 

1hr 11mins

10 Oct 2022

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Applying data science to the insurance industry with Patrick Miller, Head of Data at Newfront

Making Data Easier

Welcome to the Canvas Podcast, where we bring on data and business leaders to talk about how to make data easier for everyone. Today I am super excited to have Patrick Miller, the Head of Data at Newfront on the show.  On the show, Patrick talks about his background in ML, how to run your data team as a product team, when reverse ETL makes sense, and when to prioritize ML as a solution to data problems. Learn more about Patrick here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/patrick-w-miller/ Learn more about Newfront here: https://www.newfront.com/

29mins

17 Aug 2022

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Should Christians Play Video Games? (With Patrick Miller)

Redeeming Productivity

Ask ten Christians what they think about video games, and you're likely to get ten opinions. This episode is a discussion between Reagan Rose and Patrick Miller about how Christians should think about the place of video games in their lives. Patrick is a pastor as The Crossing Church in Columbia, Missouri, and co-host of the podcast Truth Over Tribe. Episode Links Follow Patrick on Twitter Check out the Truth Over Tribe blog and podcast My book, A Student's Guide to Gaming Other Links This season is sponsored by Covenant Eyes – Use code "ROSE" at check out to try it free for 30 days Are you a Christian man who feels stuck? Check out https://www.menneedhelp.org/ Support the Show. Donate or join my Patreon Sign-up for my weekly newsletter, Reagan’s Roundup

53mins

15 Aug 2022

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BONUS EPISODE with Erica Tremaine!! // The Case of Bryan Patrick Miller

... But What Do We Know?

Surprise! Happy Monday! We thought we'd start your week off right with a bonus episode of BWDWK! Today's episode features the always lovely and eloquent Erica Tremaine! She tells us all about the gruesome story of Bryan Patrick Miller, a notorious and terrible murderer in the Arizona Region. This is a bit of a shorty, but it is definitely not lacking on awesome and informative content.--Bryan Patrick Miller: 20:16--Thank you to our lovely sponsors for this episode!Eskandalo Hair:  follow them on Instagram @eskandalohair or check out their website eskandalohair.com. Visit their website to schedule an appointment.The Other Side: follow them on Instagram @eskandalo.theotherside to book an appointment for all your skincare and beauty needs. While you're there, check out their awesome vintage clothing and unique gifts!_Music by Brunch/ Kyle Moucha Won't Shut UpYT: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1NJEzoHu16oqUiTqyaXE_QIG: @houseboat_tljFB: @houseboatTLJ_Cover art by Samantha McGrawIG: @ohsamit_Social media:Facebook: @BWDWKpodcastTwitter: @BWDWKpodcastInstagram: @butwhatdoweknowpodcastEmail: butwhatdoweknowpod@gmail.com_** PLEASE SUBSCRIBE, RATE & REVIEW *

1hr 2mins

11 Jul 2022

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Ready Player One: Into the Metaverse (ft. Patrick Miller)

Life Through the Big Screen

On this episode I'm joined by a jack of all trades, Patrick Miller. A pastor by vocation, but also the co-host of the podcasts Truth Over Tribe and Ten Minute Bible Talks, amongst other things. He's also the co-author of an upcoming book called Truth Over Tribe: Pledging Allegiance to the Lamb, Not the Donkey or the Elephant. I talk to Patrick about what prompted him and his co-host Keith Simon to start Truth Over Tribe, and he shares the background there. The two of them really wanted to know if we could talk about our most pressing cultural issues without becoming polarized. Jumping into the movie, which is directed by Steven Spielberg, we discuss whether he's lost his magic touch. Patrick draws some very tight parallels between RPO and his childhood favorites, Jurassic Park and Close Encounters of the Third Kind (both Spielberg films). And the parallels are much tighter than just mere references throughout RPO. We linger for a bit of time on the ending of the movie where the Oasis is closed down on Tuesdays and Thursdays (the Chick-fil-a of the digital world as Patrick puts it). We talk about how fascinating it is that a mainstream Hollywood movie would incorporate the importance of a Sabbath-like living in the real world and cultivating real relationships outside of what consumes our time and minds the most. Patrick discusses how he's not so much attracted to the idea of the alleged upcoming metaverse, but he's instead a pragmatist, and really just wants to see Christians ready for it when it comes. As a result of us not being ready by the phenomenon of social media and iPhones, we're now having to battle and confront troll farms who claim to be speaking on behalf of Christians, but we still have no idea how to put up a fight. In short, Patrick is strongly suggesting we put Christian programmers in place now to start preparing for the inevitable metaverse. We then dive into the present day and talk about those troll farms that are spreading misinformation with the sole purpose of dividing us. Here's the link for How to Prevent Yourself From Misinformation and Disinformation, an article Patrick wrote for The Gospel Coalition. In the movie the players are all searching for three Easter eggs that the creator Halliday has dispersed all around the Oasis. I ask Patrick what he thinks the real-life Easter eggs are that we're all chasing after today. His answer hits close to home for all of us as we are conditioned to want what our parents had - and is that because we really want it, or because that's just what we've known? Why do we get caught up in these rat races? And the races that take place on the mimetic machine of social media? Anger and sex, he goes on, are the two things that keep people so fiercely engaged on social media platforms. And just like we want to buy a home because our parents bought a home - we get outraged because we see people like Ben Shapiro and Rachel Maddow get outraged, so it justifies our actions and words that may otherwise have been out of character for us. He concludes by saying that what we want does't matter, it's the model we're after.  Which is why it's so important to train our hearts to desire what Jesus desires. Speaking of Jesus, we talk about this strange correlation of close proximity to celebrities who now, with Instagram, can present themselves as "normal people," and how intoxicating that can be. The reality is, everyone everywhere, all the time, is performing. And that's truer even still on the Internet. But not only are we constantly performing, we're performing differently for every person or group of people. So the question isn't as simple as "Who am I?" It's more complex, like, "Who am I's?" And, according to Patrick, that's not necessarily a bad thing. This begs me to ask the question, "Was Jesus different with everybody?" The major takeaway for me from Patrick's answer here is when he says that only one time does Jesus describe himself in the Bible - one time. And yet we're obsessed with self-expression. We do have some fun talking about what vehicles we would have driven in the Oasis, but then we get into why people will stay in the metaverse once they enter into it, and what will the temptations be, once there? Patrick discusses that there's an ad out there that suggests we make ourselves into our own image, and that there's a show called Alter Ego where people create avatars and that's how they present themselves on stage in front of the judges. Patrick co-wrote an article about the metaverse for The Gospel Coalition, and in this interview he takes us a bit deeper, commenting on two different types of realities: The virtual reality and the augmented reality. Overall he sounds optimistic about the upcoming metaverse and he even reflects on how, even now, we can have coffee with coworkers every day even though they live 2,000 miles away, thanks to our long-distance video cameras. But lest we think we're in the metaverse every time we log online, Patrick explains that we're still in the zygote stage; it's yet to be born into its fullness.I close out our interview by pressing Patrick on how Christians today can urgently prepare for the metaverse. Good news - his answer is not as daunting as you might think! And it all comes down to the bodily resurrection of Jesus Christ. Patrick's Twitter Preorder Truth Over Tribe bookTruth Over Tribe podcast10-Minute Bible Talks podcastGary Gulman on How the States Got Their Abbreviations - Conan on TBSDon't forget to rate and review. Here are the socials you can find me on:InstagramFacebookTwitterEmail: Author.andrewtoy@gmail.com

56mins

19 Jun 2022

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Real Talk About Retail Media, With Ascential’s Patrick Miller

AdExchanger

Retail media networks are coming out of the woodwork. And it may feel like everyone’s got one. But it’s time to stop using RMN as an umbrella term. The details matter, says Patrick Miller, co-president of commerce at Edge by Ascential, on this week’s episode.

41mins

7 Jun 2022

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Try It Before You Buy It: An Interview with Patrick Miller

Going There in Conversations with Christian Women

Whether it’s for financial reasons, moving logistics, or in hopes to “try it before you buy it” more and more couples are living together prior to the commitment of marriage. What does the Bible have to say about this? Is it a sin? In a conversation with Patrick Miller, we unpack the complexities of this issue and challenge one’s thinking in how and why God designed marriage how He did.Craving more from Going There the Podcast? Come be our friend! Make sure you’re following along on Instagram @goingtherethepodcast and subscribe to our podcast so that you never miss a new episode!If you love what you heard, we’d be so happy if you left us a rating and review on your podcast app. This way, more people can find us and join our fun convo!Resources-TMBT: https://podcast.tenminutebibletalks.com/public/98/Ten-Minute-Bible-Talks-Devotional-Bible-Study-a9fc4be2Truth Over Tribe: https://podcast.choosetruthovertribe.com/public/98/Truth-Over-Tribe-9f32ad1e

27mins

25 May 2022

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E35: Culture's Redefinition of Marriage, Consumer Christianity & Russian Troll Farms w/ Patrick Miller

The Vast Podcast

In E35, we talk with Patrick Miller of the Truth Over Tribe podcast about recent articles in The New York Times that reveal just how much our culture is seeking to redefine and demean the institution of marriage and family. We also talk about new stats that shed light on just how drastically church goers views on marriage has changed, consumer Christianity & Russian troll farms.Truth Over Tribe Episode - THE (DE)MEANING OF MARRIAGE IN THE NEW YORK TIMES: https://podcast.choosetruthovertribe.com/public/98/Truth-Over-Tribe-9f32ad1e/b69494efFollow Truth Over Tribe: https://choosetruthovertribe.com/Follow Patrick: https://twitter.com/PatrickKMiller_Find complete show notes & links on our site www.vast.faith.Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/vastfaith/Twitter: https://twitter.com/VastFaithFollow Jake: https://www.instagram.com/jakesweetmanFollow Michael: https://www.instagram.com/michaelwhittleFeel free to shoot us an email at mw@vast.faith with any feedback, recommendations, questions, or ideas for future topics of conversation.

49mins

3 May 2022

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Patrick Miller on Securing Critical Infrastructure in a Time of Conflict

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Podcast: Aperture: A Claroty Podcast (LS 23 · TOP 10% what is this?)Episode: Patrick Miller on Securing Critical Infrastructure in a Time of ConflictPub date: 2022-02-17Veteran ICS cybersecurity expert Patrick Miller joins Claroty's Aperture podcast to discuss the proactive measures ICS cybersecurity managers and OT asset owners and operators should be taking right now in light of geopolitical tensions around the world. Miller recently wrote a blog explaining what and how electric utilities and other CI organizations should be communicating and sharing in the event of conflict between Russia and Ukraine spilling over onto the internet. He elaborates on that piece in this discussion, as well as his experience in helping to get the NERC CIP standards off the ground, how the standard may be ready to "collapse under its own weight," 20 years later. -Join Claroty Team82's Slack channel and connect with our research team to discuss the latest in ICS and OT cybersecurity threat and vulnerability research. The podcast and artwork embedded on this page are from Claroty, which is the property of its owner and not affiliated with or endorsed by Listen Notes, Inc.

43mins

17 Feb 2022

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Patrick Miller on Securing Critical Infrastructure in a Time of Conflict

Aperture: A Claroty Podcast

Veteran ICS cybersecurity expert Patrick Miller joins Claroty's Aperture podcast to discuss the proactive measures ICS cybersecurity managers and OT asset owners and operators should be taking right now in light of geopolitical tensions around the world. Miller recently wrote a blog explaining what and how electric utilities and other CI organizations should be communicating and sharing in the event of conflict between Russia and Ukraine spilling over onto the internet. He elaborates on that piece in this discussion, as well as his experience in helping to get the NERC CIP standards off the ground, how the standard may be ready to "collapse under its own weight," 20 years later. -Join Claroty Team82's Slack channel and connect with our research team to discuss the latest in ICS and OT cybersecurity threat and vulnerability research. 

43mins

17 Feb 2022

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