L. Tom Perry - If you will use them as a guide to direct your studies of the Savior’s doctrine, you will find yourselves prepared to declare your witness of the restored, true church of the Lord. https://www.lds.org/general-conference?lang=eng
1. I've Got Mine [0:00] 2. Buried Alive [3:30] 3. Sin and Redemption [5:37] 4. My Father's Dreams [7:23] 5. Articles of Faith [9:37] 6. By My Rules [11:59] 7. What We Want Is Free [14:03] 8. Born to Be [16:32] 9. Wait [18:57] 10. Buy This War [20:39] 11. Street Fight [22:29] 12. Ghost in the House [24:03] 13. Everyday [28:17] 14. Bad Attitude [30:40] 15. Dependence [33:18] 16. False Security [36:10] Perhaps the greatest tragedy of hardcore punk is that its greatest album wasn't. German label Bitzcore stitched together fragments of Articles of Faith's various recordings from 1982-1983, culled from 6-minute EPs, estranged compilation tracks, and unreleased demos to create an anthology which holds together stunningly well as a proper 16-track Album. That's album with a capital A; these songs are stylistically and thematically in concert with one another on a level which manages to exceed even the deliberate, discriminating concept album efforts of their contemporaries Hüsker Dü and Crass. The trouble is that these tracks were finally compiled into a single release a decade too late, leaving the punk community's impression of Articles of Faith limited to their status as little more than a respectable "singles" band until their optimal moment for revelation had already long passed. Articles of Faith has gotten decent exposure in the punk community in the form of a few inclusions on nostalgic compilations and a small sampling of their recordings uploaded to estranged corners of the Internet, but it's about time that these Articles of Faith were canonized on YouTube. The web of reggae, jazz, funk, and blues elements runs so thick in these tracks that it's difficult to tell where one ends and the other begins, resulting in a neck-snapping hardcore release that pays homage to so many forms of rebellion music in such subtle ways that you could be fooled into believing they had been in hardcore all along. The tightness of the group was practically unparalleled at the time, with the rhythm section approaching the pulsing precision of industrial on several tracks. Possibly the most incredible aspect of this compilation is that the songs musically meld with one another so intuitively in the order they were sequenced; transitions between tracks are so utterly natural that they effortlessly give the visceral thrill of a cohesive, pre-meditated package designed for maximum sonic impact. The lyrics are intelligent, diverse, and, in a word, masterful. In a time when the San Francisco scene was in an uproar over the conservatism which had taken hold in America and the DC scene was laying the foundation for emo by eschewing politics for borderline-existentialist personal issues, Articles of Faith in Chicago strode with perfect balance along the middle path between the two and tackled the ways in which cultural politics intertwine and interfere with an individual's emotional experience. "Buy This War" imagines Ronald Reagan as a used-car salesman peddling the Cold War through scare-tactic rhetoric in order to lull the nation into selling their lives for the deaths of others. "I've Got Mine" sees vocalist Vic Bondi playing the role of a representative of the post-revolutionary ME-generation, standing up and uniting only for causes which could ultimately only tear them further apart in time. "Bad Attitude", donning the title expected of a run-of-the-mill bad boy punk tune, cuts deeper than just predictable frustration at teachers and delves into the cultural constructs formed by Situationist political structures to reveal a conspiracy-level paranoia that rings entirely too true. "Dependence", a proto-emo track, considers the devastating collapse of a personal relationship, but as in "Wait" and "Everyday", the narration is entirely self-aware, leveling the blame on both the narrator and narrated. "Ghost in the House", "Buried Alive", "False Security", and "What We Want Is Free" form the conceptual core that anchors all of these songs. During this period, Articles of Faith were in a state of intense meditation upon the distinct possibility that the growing sense of alienation amongst Americans would be a key contributor to our downfall, if not be directly exploited to accelerate it. The metaphors of Americans living their lives in isolation like ghosts in their own homes, burying themselves alive in fear, and inflicting harm upon one another for false security permeate the language and tone of the album in a very real and visceral way. Articles of Faith are humanists, not pessimists, however; they are intently focused on redeeming the American public by articulating the vision of unity which, at our core, we all desire. "What We Want Is Free", indeed. In 16 tracks they make the case that denying this desire is also the core of modern tragedy. If for nothing else, "Core" is significant for being possibly the most solid concept album ever to be recorded by a group that wasn't aware that they were recording a concept album.
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Articles Of Faith In This Life (Lone Wolf Records, 1985) TRACKLIST: 01 - Remain In Memory 00:00 02 - Doesn't Have To Be That Way 02:16 03 - Wasn't I Right 04:45 04 - Wheedle Dee 08:02 05 - Around In Circles 10:49 06 - Nowhere 12:56 07 - Trains 16:09 08 - Wait For Me 18:44 09 - Never Really Understood 20:51 10 - Cambridge 24:17 11 - In This Life 29:23
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Crunch Productions show Articles of Faith (Full Show) from AC in 1985. Also on the bill was Die Kreuzen and Electric Love Muffin. 01 – Wheedle Dee & 02 - I’ve Got Mine 03 – Acceptance 04 - Doesn’t Have To Be That Way 05 - I Objectify 06 - In Your Suit 07 – In This Life 08 – Nowhere 09 – Up Against The Wall 10 – Trains 11 – Give Thanks 12 – American Dreams 13 – Everyman For Himself 14 – Five O’ Clock 15 – Cambridge & False Security 16 – In This Jungle 17 - What We Want Is Free 18 – Substitute
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This video series is updated to the 2017-2021 manual of the Church of the Nazarene. They are meant to be used as part of a local church membership course. LINK TO MANUAL: http://2017.manual.nazarene.org/section/articles-of-faith/ Thank you to everyone involved in the making of these videos!
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This animated video can be used to help you practice memorizing the first article of faith! Words and images appear on the screen together with a voiceover that you can follow. Eventually, the words are taken away, and you'll be practicing with the images only. First Article of Faith: "We believe in God, the Eternal Father, and in His Son Jesus Christ, and in the Holy Ghost." We love making these videos with our kids! If you enjoyed this video too, please give us a like and subscribe! Thanks for watching! Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqcV3DaWnvf2j-Dl1w7nNyA?sub_confirmation=1 Music in this video: "Sheep May Safely Graze" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed for use under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ "Parkside" From the youtube audio library. Latter Day Kids is not affiliated with The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. The opinions and views expressed herein only represent the views and options of Latter Day Kids and do not necessarily reflect the view or opinions of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.
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As expressed in some of my earlier videos, all rights and credit for this video goes to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. This is a simple list of creeds religious affirmations that list out the basic beliefs that we (The Mormons/Members of The Church of Latter-day Saints) believe in. More information in available on www.mormon.org
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Session 8 of the Baptist Church History Seminar, delivered by Ps. Rob Harrod on 12th January, 2018. To find out more about our church visit us at www.bbcq.org
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In this episode, Dave talks about Article of Faith #2 of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (otherwise known as the Mormon Church or LDS Church). The article states, “We believe that men will be punished for their own sins, and not for Adam’s transgression.” Dave reviews what original sin is, and why Latter-day Saints don’t believe in it, in the traditional sense. He explains that Latter-day Saints (often called Mormons) believe that each individual is responsible and accountable for their own decisions, not for the choices of others, including Adam and Eve. That said, while we may not be held accountable for the decisions of others, we may very well feel the negative effects of their decisions. What did you learn from this episode? Let us know in the comments below! Links from the video: Definition of original sin: https://bit.ly/2AUZc8T The guilt of Adam's sin: https://bit.ly/2AOuZbp Have questions? Check out this article on our website: https://saintsunscripted.com/faith-and-beliefs/latter-day-saints-believe-original-sin/ More info on what Latter-day Saints think about original sin: https://www.lds.org/topics/original-sin?lang=eng The 13 Latter-day Saint Articles of Faith: https://www.lds.org/scriptures/pgp/a-of-f/1.11?lang=eng Chat with Dave on Facebook: https://bit.ly/2QQ0HKR SUBSCRIBE: http://saintsunscripted/subscribe Follow Us: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SaintsUnscripted/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/saintsunscripted/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/SaintsUnscript
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This is part B of the discussion on the First Article of Faith. I give my personal understanding and testimony of the Holy Ghost, and then show you a member of the seventy (assistants to the apostles) Keith K. Hilbig expounds on how we "quench not the spirit".
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How honest is the LDS Church about the evolution of it's doctrines concerning the godhead and godhood? In this video we contrast the present teachings and apologetic expanations for differences with common Christian beliefs and thier Mystery School Origins with what Joseph Smith and his successors have taught about the gods of mormonism.
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