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“Large cemetery with no room to expand”
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Reviewed 16 September 2016
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Reviewed 16 September 2016
Large cemetery with no room to expand

The Wolf-Gottesacker cemetery can be accessed with tram line #11, exit at M Park. Pass through the huge façade and you have entered a solitude spot to visit and pay your respects, but also a quiet spot where you are sure to have some time and space to yourself. I observed some gravestone dating back to as early as the 1870’s which is so fascinating. During my visit, the grounds crew were busy cutting and grooming the grounds which seemed in need of some attention. There are markers at the entrance for the more well-known people resting here or significant architecture within the cemetery. There are benches around the cemetery and spotless, modern restrooms in one of the main buildings.

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Jörg B
Canton of Aargau, Switzerland
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Reviewed 13 June 2016 via mobile
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Reviewed 13 June 2016
Drogenszene
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Mag sein, dass der Friedhof schön ist. Seit jedoch vor etwa ein oder zwei Jahren ein "Fixerstübli" gleich neben dem Friedhof eröffnet wurde, wimmelt es hier von Junkies. Kein tolles Erlebnis mehr...

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Patricia S
Neuendorf, Switzerland
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Reviewed 25 January 2016
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Wunderschöner alter Friedhof
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Kleiner Friedhof schön angelegt mit viel altem Baumbestand und Brünnen. Wunderschöne alte Grabstätten mit vielen bekannten Namen.

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Cimitero storico
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E' uno dei cimiteri artisticamente più preziosi progettati in Svizzera, importante luogo di sepoltura di personaggi storici del Paese, ma non facile individuazione delle varie tombe. Il complesso cimiteriale ha una superficie di 58.300 m2 offre l'architettura geometrica del paesaggio, tombe e verde ben tenuto. Un inventario scientifico, nel 1990 creato dallo storico dell'arte Anna Nagel Wolf Gottesacker, ha contato 1.130 sepolture.Si raggiunge con il tram 11 direzione Aesch, fermata M-parc, giusto attraversato la strada.

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KABC (790 AM) has already found a replacement for Larry Elder, who was let go earlier this month. Well, it’s not exactly a replacement, but an addition to the station while another show slides into Elder’s former slot.

If that sounds too confusing, let me cut to the chase. Dr. Drew Pinsky will — barring last minute changes — take over the noon to 3 p.m. shift formerly held by John Phillips and Jillian Barberie. Phillips and Barberie will then handle afternoon drive in Elder’s former 3 to 6 p.m. shift.

The selection of Pinsky surprised me. He certainly would not have been my first choice. I’m not sure he would have even been my last. But in some ways it shows the realities of talk radio, and KABC may — just may — be on the cutting edge.

Political talk radio is dead. Ratings of political talk shows on both sides of the spectrum are down. Some a lot, some a little, but the trend is undeniable. Talk stations need to branch out into a more general talk arena, and that means finding hosts who are not just trying to copy Rush Limbaugh (heard locally from 9 a.m. to noon on KEIB, 1150 AM).

Pinsky is well known as the longtime host (or assistant back in the days when the show was in its prime with show originator Jim “Poorman” Trenton) of “Loveline,” heard on KROQ (106.7 FM) at 10 p.m. Sunday. That show has wide appeal to a relatively young audience, perhaps decades younger than the typical AM talk listener.

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Not everyone agrees with the choice. Tom Leykis, who is a talk radio veteran and currently has a weekday online talk show via BlowMeUpTom.com , figures the show will attract callers such as a “68-year-old great-grandmother” who will ask questions I can’t repeat here and then “hang up and listen” for the answer. “It won’t make a difference,” Leykis says.

Personally, I like the move, whether or not Pinsky is ultimately successful. Perhaps it will open the door for other good nonpolitical talk shows to hit the airwaves, such as Phil Hulett’s “Phil and Friends” that started developing an audience but was cut off when KFWB (980 AM) changed to sports. (You can still hear that show on the Internet at www.philhulettandfriends.podbean.com .)

These depictions are obviously heavily influenced by standard Ancient Near Eastern mythological imagery, but they nevertheless powerfully communicate the understanding that the earth and its inhabitants exist in a cosmic war zone. Order in the cosmos and the preservation of Israel depend on God continually fighting against these evil cosmic forces. It’s clear biblical authors understood Yahweh’s victory over these forces to be praiseworthy precisely because they believed these opposing cosmic forces were formidable and that the battles in the spiritual realm were real.

Satan in the New Testament Owing to a number of historical factors, the understanding that the earth is a war zone between good and evil cosmic forces intensified significantly among Jews in the two centuries leading up to Christ, commonly referred to as the apocalyptic period. (3) All indications are that Jesus and his earliest followers shared, and in some respects even intensified, this worldview.

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For example, the role given to Satan by Jesus and his followers is without precedent in previous apocalyptic writings. According to John, Jesus believed that Satan was “the prince of this world” ( Jn 12:31 ; 14:30 ; 16:11 ). The word translated “prince” ( archon ) customarily referred to “the highest official in a city or a region in the Greco-Roman world.” While Jesus and his followers of course believed that God was the ultimate Lord over all creation, they clearly viewed Satan as the functional lord of the earth at the present time.

Along the same lines, Satan is depicted as possessing “all the kingdoms of the world” — to the point where he gives authority to rule these kingdoms to anyone he pleases ( Lk 4:5-6 ). In fact, the various kingdoms of the world can be described as a single kingdom under Satan’s rule ( Rev. 11:15 , cf. Rev. 13 ). John goes so far as to claim that the entire world is “under the power of the evil one” ( I Jn 5:19 ) while Paul doesn’t shy away from labeling Satan “the god of this world” ( 2 Cor 4:4 ) and “the ruler of the kingdom of the air” ( Eph. 2:2 ). It is because of this pervasive and oppressive diabolic influence that Paul, in typical apocalyptic fashion, depicts this present world system as fundamentally evil ( Gal 1:4 ; Eph 5:6 ).

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