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Vurbl People Audio Intro Listen to this compilation of insightful interviews, quotes, commentary, news, and more surrounding some of the most well-known public figures. You can also use Vurbl's snippet tool to clip and share your favorite moments with friends, family, and audio creators.
How spoilers have become a thing with Richard Greene and Rachel Robison-Greene On this episode of The Loudmouth Project's Voices of Reason, Jasen Lee discusses spoilers with Richard Greene, a philosophy professor at Weber State University and author of the book, “Spoiler Alert, it’s book about the philosophy of spoilers” and Rachel Robison-Greene, professor of philosophy at Utah State University. Sitting in as cohost is Josh Tilton, producer with KSL Newsradio.com and the handsomest and most talented millennial I know.
Green Living Guy Interviews Rachel Avalon from Project Green Search Project Green Search in November 2009 awarded Rachel Avalon the crowd for the next “it girl” for the Green Revolution: Rachel Avalon. Rachel is a woman who wants to take a stand and align her career endeavors with her personal beliefs. She is an advocate for the environment, holistic & healthy living, animal welfare, fair trade, and human rights as well as a model, spokesperson, host, brand ambassador and all around green model citizen.
Relationship with Death - Guest Rachel Greene &quot;We go to great lengths to deny death in our culture&quot; In this episode, we&apos;re joined by Registered Therapeutic Counsellor, end of life planner and death doula, Rachel Green, where we talk about relationship with death.Death is inevitable. During our lifetime, we will experience the loss of loved ones, and we, ourselves will also die - this we all have in common. In Western culture, do we prepare for death in a way that really honours both the survivors and the deceased? Do we allow ourselves to open the discussion up and talk about how we want to experience our own death as it approaches? How do we talk to our loved ones about death and the inevitable loss and grief that will land in our hearts once they&apos;re gone?This episode should give you a lot to ponder in a way that is so loving, gentle, and possibly even uplifting about a relationship that can bring much pain. Our conversation with Rachelle was very eye-opening; there&apos;s so much to discuss, so rather than you reading about it here, we&apos;d rather you take a breath, tuck yourself in, and hit play. And please know, that we are sitting with you as you navigate this relationship - you are not alone.With much love,Vicki and Arianne 💖You can find Rachel Greene here 👇compassioncounselling.ca
Egalitarian and Complementarian views on Biblical Womanhood - Beth Allison Barr and Rachel Green Miller What is the Biblical Womanhood movement and is it actually biblical? 

Beth Allison Barr, author of ‘The Making of Biblical Womanhood: How the subjugation of women became Gospel truth’ takes an egalitarian view of scripture. Rachel Green Miller, author of ‘Beyond Authority and Submission: Women and Men in Marriage, Church, and Society’ takes a complementarian perspective. 

They explore both common ground and differences in their perspectives on the roles of men and women in the church and family. 

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Jennifer Aniston lookalike goes viral for her impression of ‘Rachel Green’ Jennifer Aniston starred as Rachel Green in the popular sitcom ‘Friends’.
Slutty Girls w/ Rachel Green and Del Harrison Yamaneika is joined by comedians Rachel Green and Del Harrison to discuss both of their recent musical projects and Yamaneika rants about reality stars trying to do comedy.
Episode 337: 338: Learn Someday & Tech for Good with Rachel Green Rachel Green is a web developer based in Houston, Texas with experience in building B2B, e-commerce, and enterprise applications. She is an admin for the Ruby on Rails Slack group and is also involved with civic engagement and advocacy efforts and is passionate about the potential for tech to do good for others.

Links for this episode:Webmaster - WikipediaChaiOne | Powering Industrial DigitializationRuby on Rails Link - A Slack CommunityEBWikiRachel Green on LinkedInEpisode Introduction and Outro by Michael SpringerEpisode Music: &quot;Funkorama&quot; by Kevin MacLeod
074: Beyond Authority and Submission Part 1 with Rachel Green Miller Rachel Green Miller is a wife, homeschooling mom of 3 boys, blogger, historian, and author of the new book, "Beyond Authority and Submission: Women and Men in Marriage, Church, and Society". She is well-versed in the historical and pagan roots of the patriarchy movement, as well as the history of feminism. Even more importantly, she knows what God's Word has to say on the topics of God's design for men and women, and you will come away from today's episode built up and encouraged by the freedom you truly do have as a woman in Christ. What we Chat about in This Episode: ~Rachel's brand new book, "Beyond Authority and Submission: Women and Men in Marriage, Church, and Society", what readers can expect from it, and what led Rachel to write it ~Legalism and how the God of legalism is not the God of the Bible ~Why we must begin and end with the Word, not cultural ideas or expectations ~Why we need to move beyond authority and submission and what that even means; how that hyper-focus actually harms relationships between men and women ~What patriarchy actually is, its tenets, why it isn't Biblical, and its pagan historical roots ~The fact that there are more similarities between the genders than there are differences ~The pagan cultural -rather than Biblical!- foundation of the idea of "separate spheres" for men and women ~Myths and stereotypes regarding what constitutes as "Biblical" marriage; there being no one-size-fits-all design for marriage; the freedoms we have in divvying up household chores, work, responsibilities, etc., and how that makes our marriages and companionship stronger ~The role the church has played in producing the secular feminism it so strongly fights against ~The problem with reactionary living and the sad fruit it has produced ~And more! For full show notes, head to www.hargraveshomeandhearth.com/podcast
075: Beyond Authority and Submission Part 2 with Rachel Green Miller Rachel Green Miller is a wife, homeschooling mom of 3 boys, blogger, historian, and author of the new book, "Beyond Authority and Submission: Women and Men in Marriage, Church, and Society". She is well-versed in the historical and pagan roots of the patriarchy movement, as well as the history of feminism. Even more importantly, she knows what God's Word has to say on the topics of God's design for men and women, and you will come away from today's episode built up and encouraged by the freedom you truly do have as a woman in Christ. What we Chat about in This Episode: ~What the Bible actually has to say about women teaching men; examples of women doing just that - Deborah, Anna, Huldah, Priscilla, Joel's daughters, Phillip's daughters, and so on ~Debunking patriarchal myths of women rulers being a curse on society; examples of women God rose up to have lead in the civil sphere ~Addressing the patriarchal myth that it is a sin for a woman to work outside the home and the effect the Industrial Revolution had on this debate; what the Bible actually says, examples in the Word of women working ~Paul's admonition that both men and women provide for their families in 1 Timothy 5 ~The boost to your faith walk that is having to walk by the Spirit and draw closer to the Lord in relationship as opposed to relying on legalism's rules and regulations; how much better this is for our growth and sanctification ~And more! For full shownotes, head to www.hargraveshomeandhearth.com/podcast
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