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Plodcast Ep. 35

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Tune in to hear Pastor Wilson talk about the broken window fallacy. Then he plugs Love & Respect, and wraps things up with a talk about the Greek word “Akrates”. Happy Plodding!

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Show Notes:

The Broken Window Fallacy:

  • if I throw a brick through someones window, is that an economic stimulus?
  • what if I throw a brick through every window?
  • this will create a lot of work for glass companies, and this is what people see
  • but the people don’t see what the car owners would have spent their money on
  • the money that they spend on the window is money that they won’t spend anywhere else
  • we can’t just pretend that we are sophisticated because we intend to look at one half of the picture only

Love & Respect

  • written by Emerson Eggerichs
  • addresses the differences in women when it comes to the desire in love and respect
  • devoted to sort out marriage problems because of this difference in men and women
  • the bible commands us according to our weakness and according to our spouses needs
  • Eggerichs walks through this and gives a ton of advice for couples on how to walk through it all

Akrates

  • used once in NT (2 Tim. 3:3)
  • it means incontinent
  • sins are cleary like grapes
  • they come in clusters