In this extended stream, I took a couple dozen calls from listeners, including Father Spyridon Baily (video timestamp: 1:41:25 — podcast timestamp: 1:40:55).

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An amazing episode and a blessing for us all to have had Father Spyridon call in.

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Great episode, Roosh. I enjoyed the questions you asked Father Spyridon especially the part about how to talk with Christians who are of different denominations. I liked his answer how we are all seeking the same thing and that is Christ himself. The best thing we can do is share the truth of our transformation.

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I was the Dutch guy that called in around 1 hour in, was good to have some laughs with Roosh and I appreciated the advice. God bless you all!

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I was the Dutch guy that called in around 1 hour in, was good to have some laughs with Roosh and I appreciated the advice. God bless you all!

All I could think of was the Spanish laughing guy talk show meme during that.

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Thanks for taking my call, Roosh. I was the last caller. One thing I forgot to mention - my employer offered us both rounds of the Moderna “vaccine.” I did not sign up. They even got additional doses of the first round. They hosted a big event with the media there. There was a peer-pressure campaign because they gave all the recipients stickers similar to the “I Voted Today.” They were able to get 700 out of 800 of us “vaccinated.” Most of the ones who didn’t get the shot are currently pregnant or are trying to get pregnant. A few of my co-workers experienced reactions to the first dose. However, all of them experienced stronger reactions to the second dose. One of my friends who tested positive for Covid in November shared his experience with the side effects of the second round of the shot: fever, extreme arm pain, cold chills, headache. I asked him if he had any of those symptoms when he had Covid. He told me he experienced none of those symptoms. He didn’t know he was sick until he was tested. My wife was offered the Pfizer shot. She has had many of her co-workers try to pressure her into taking it. There are a few who have discretely come to her asking her why she didn’t take it and ask for her advice. They have indicated that they are being pressured into taking the shot. My wife then shares with them a lot of the information I pass on to her from the forum. I plan to hold out as long as I can, but I see where this is all heading. God bless!

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Wow, that was a great contact.

I suspect the next Roosh hour will be a full time discussion with Father Spyridon. ;) That would be great. Please do it.

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That was a really good stream.

I was watching it live and even contemplated calling in.

It was a good surprise to have Father Spyridon call in; you asked some really good questions too Roosh.

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Glad to have caught the stream on Trovo. DLive is going the way of the Dodo soon roosh

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Excellent stream. I'd be interested in hearing a longer dialogue between Roosh and Father Spyridon. As someone who accepted Christ three years ago (similar time frame to Roosh) who does not yet have a spiritual father, I think the dialogue would be very edifying.

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I listened to some of it. Actually I tried to call but I guess my cel phone plan doesn't allow for international calls- I'm from the US. I thought it was good; better than I thought it would be. And I was pleasantly surprised as to how much Bible Roosh knows.

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Who was that annoying guy that kept calling everything cringe

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I have seldom witnessed a soul who has been as thirsty to learn of what Christ requires of him, and how quickly that soul has applied the gift of repentance. Very encouraging. I find it amusing how Roosh multi-tasks whilst trying to attend to the callers. Far better than I could :laughter:

Some years ago, I landed on one of Roosh's videos, and was moved by the compassion of the Lord to pray for his repentance and salvation, then went on my joyful way.
I believe that among the many other faithful, who too prayed for Roosh, God granted our prayers for a man, who revolted against maturity to surrendering to true masculinity, who was ordained by God to use his hedonistic past influence, recycling it to His glory.

“To every thing there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven:” - Ecclesiastes 3:1

God answers all prayers from the righteous, with Yes, No or Wait and See.
God only grants prayers that He Himself has given the one who is earnest and righteous.

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I am still reading your book! I’m taking my time so I can absorb the observations that you made through your travels.

I just finished the “Immigrants” portion.

I wonder if Layla would have gotten her tattoo removed so it looked as if there never was one, would the connection have persisted?

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Anyone notice the synchronicity between the Gospel today and Roosh's advice to the caller unsure of which church to attend?

Roosh. 2:54:50 "Go and see"
Today's reading: Can anything good come out of Nazareth?" Philip said to him, "Come and see."

Just interesting.

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And so God looked upon the world. After seeing the accumulation of fruits produced by His people, with an overwhelmed sigh, he uttered:
"Yuck."

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Who was that annoying guy that kept calling everything cringe

"The Cringe" was displaying all of the qualities antithetical to Christianity: vindictiveness, pettiness, anger, a forked tongue, etc. It sounded like the guy from a previous call-in who kept inventing his own definitions of Christianity. Roosh always puts on a good show, but the call-ins never live up to the regular Roosh hours. It's like some callers have never listened to talk radio and heard how to get to a point or at least edify the audience while making the host look good.

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"The Cringe" was displaying all of the qualities antithetical to Christianity: vindictiveness, pettiness, anger, a forked tongue, etc. It sounded like the guy from a previous call-in who kept inventing his own definitions of Christianity. Roosh always puts on a good show, but the call-ins never live up to the regular Roosh hours. It's like some callers have never listened to talk radio and heard how to get to a point or at least edify the audience while making the host look good.

Most radio shows have call screeners, so I imagine that helps a lot. I take all calls so you do get some that are trying.

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Roosh's call screener: "OK Roosh, Line 1 is a young man with a question about homoerotic football players. On Line 2 we have Father Spyridon."

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