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In our next segment, we took some time to interview Dylan Lipe of Grilla Grills and Blackwood BBQ. Dylan is the owner of several restaurants in Chicago, Illinois, as well as a food truck in Denver, Colorado. Throughout his career, he’s been featured in many Chef magazines and has earned many awards, including KCBS and MBN competitions. He’s always been inspired by the way that food can create personal connections between people who started out as complete strangers. He’s traveled all over the world, developing and refining his cooking techniques. He has a true passion for the pit and all things barbecue, and it really shines through in his food. The thing he loves most about BBQ in general is the familial atmosphere. Everyone gathers around the pit and the fire, coming together to enjoy a meal together. It’s a very old school cooking method – an early man thing – but somehow it’s still so relevant today despite all our advanced technology.
Today, hundreds of millions hold to a belief system and salvation practice that no one had ever held until relatively recently. The sinners prayer is a invention that changes God's plan of salvation. The Sinner's Prayer is a modern apostasy and false teaching that prevents people from being saved. The earliest idea of sinners prayer is less than 500 years old. The prayer itself dates to the Billy Sunday era; however, the basis for talking in prayer for salvation goes back a few hundred years. It wasn't formalized as a theology until around the time of Billy Graham.
No one in the word of God ever prayed for their initial salvation. They did however believe, repent, confess Jesus and be immersed in his name in water for the forgiveness of their sins. So if you prayed the "sinners prayer" for your salvation, you are still lost in your sins, because it is not what God said to do.
How did the Sinner's Prayer evolve into what it is today? Although everyone was not following exactly what the Apostles taught after the Reformation, for the first time in over a thousand years the general populace was reading the Scriptures. Thanks in part to the invention of the printing press. Many still held to the importance of water baptism in the New Birth process, but because of Catholicism, it was not in the name of Jesus, as it changed in 325 AD to the titles father, son and Holy Ghost and was done three times for the newly formed trinity teaching. Also it was done by sprinkling on infants, because of a Catholics agreeing upon this in 1311.
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The Great Awakening of the 1700's changed all of that. Though Protestants were lukewarm on the practice of baptism, Gr
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These days we know very well that the body exercise promotes healthier body and better sense of well-being for our life style and healthy living. It boosts confidence for the people who need newer self image while it prevents the aggravation of physical illnesses for some. While nearly all of the research on exercise is focused on demonstrating positive effects on the physical body, there is a growing mass of research that seeks to prove that exercise is good for mental health as well.
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Obesity. Everyone knows all that extra poundage is problematic. But you’ll never guess where the finger of blame is pointing now.
“Can church make you fat? A new study found a link between religion and obesity. Northwestern University researchers discovered that young adults who frequently participate in religious activities are twice as likely to become obese by middle age compared to their less religious peers.” (WJLA)
An author of the study believes all those pot luck dinners after religious services could be one reason for the extra pounds. A professor at Baylor University interviewed by Bloomberg agrees.
"... a lot of the eating traditions surrounding religion are not particularly healthy … constant feasts or desserts after services or at holidays -- fried chicken, traditional kosher foods cooked in schmaltz ... and so on."
Doughnut Sundays? They’re on to you. MSNBC spoke with a church director near Seattle who says at his church, the menu is on the light side.
“We get all sorts of feedback about what kind of snacks to have on Sunday morning during coffee hour. If somebody dares to bring out a cake, there’s an uproar about it.”
The Christian Post consulted a sociology professor at Purdue University who said pastors need to remind their flocks gluttony is a sin.
“...overeating may be one sin that pastors and priests regularly overlook. And as such, many firm believers may have not-so-firm bodies.”
But fat and happy? Northwestern researchers cite other studies showing religious people tend to live longer, happier lives. These people often smoke and drink less and have lower mortality rates. So a Chicago Tribune health writer offers another idea.
“...perhaps, young adults with a propensity toward weight problems find more acceptance and less judgment in church groups. Maybe religious faith gives some sort of physiological high similar to physical exercise, but without the burn off of calories.”
Study authors suggest targeting the church goers as an at-risk population could help reduce and prevent obesity.
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