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Steeped in “Tolerance” makes for a strange brew

Did you hear the one about the university dean who said it’s no problem at all if students want to bring in a pro-ISIS speaker to train young people? (Cornell dean says ISIS welcome on campus in undercover video.)  It’s one of many news stories we’re covering today as we watch the aftermath of the […]

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Watchmen’s full plate

Then there was the story of the “pastor” who doesn’t believe in God. But if you question his faith, he’ll get very offended and make you feel guilty: Lots of other news today, including, Why we’re seeing “Mantle Madness”, and LifeWay pulls Heaven visitation books. Joining us on today’s program is someone who knows Mormonism […]

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Vanity, vanity

Have you spent time in the book of Ecclesiastes lately? It not only tells the story of how King Solomon learned the meaninglessness of making himself his own god of sorts, but it leaves us with wise words from someone who threw his own God-given wisdom away. Joining us for today’s discussion is our friend […]

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Squashing Christians

We have a lot of news to cover today. A little later, a Christian campus organization in California has lost recognition from its university and been accused of “religious discrimination” for not allowing non-Christians to hold leadership positions in the group. It’s the kind of new normal we never thought we’d see a decade ago. […]

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A Christian in America – A Coming Dilemma?

Today we discuss what it means to be a Christian faithful to God, living in a nation that seems to be falling away from God and His ways.  Being a true Christian in America used to be simpler.  Our nation, while far from perfect, at least tried to live by the laws and principles of […]

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The New Age & Hitler’s Germany: Wash, Rinse, Smile, Repeat

Today we’re bringing up some oldies but not-so-goodies. You may hear the names Oprah Winfrey, Rodney Howard Browne or Neil Donald Walsch and think, “Oh sure, SUFTT, we know they’re New Age. Nothing new to see here.” But wait. What’s old news is new news again, especially when the fringes become mainstream. And when God […]

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Evangelical dominoes fall

Today we report that the Presbyterian Church U.S.A. has decided that all couples – including homosexual couples – should be allowed to get married. What will be the effect  No Compromise Radio‘s Mike Abendroth joins us for today’s discussion. He recently participated in the Shepard’s Conference/Inerrancy Summit 2015, an excellent conference which you can watch […]

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A time to laugh, and a time to get serious

Today we’re starting our program with a lighthearted look at family, raising teens, relationships – you know, the things that often cause angst. Then later on in the program we’re going to share a hard-hitting article on how easy it is to allow sloppy doctrine to slide into the church and leave a trail of […]

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Change

  Our world is changing so rapidly, and so is the visible Church. If you feel like you’re barely hanging on for dear life, you are not alone. In Segment 2, we will be covering several news stories and some of the emails we’ve received from our listeners about changes in the Church. Did you […]

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How we read the Bible

Sanctification is a long process, and sometimes we can lose patience with one another. What is the biblical way to contend for the faith? Guest Jay Seegert joins us today. Jay is an author, international speaker and co-founder of the  Creation Education Center. Jay knows well the attacks on God’s Word, and has been on the […]

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Suffering and Prayer in the Christian Life

Today we look at two important, yet often misunderstood doctrines in the Bible: Suffering and Prayer. No one really wants to suffer.  We would all prefer a life of comfort.  But the Bible warns us that suffering is an important part of the Christian life–and that when it happens we should rejoice!   Tough teaching indeed. […]

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What are you known for?

If you’ve ever had one of those red discernment flags pop up about a theological matter with, say, a church event, a conference speaker, a book or a podcast, you’ve probably been confronted for speaking up. In fact, if you are known as that person who always speaks up, you may have been told that […]

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The 7 Mountains of Culture: Must you reclaim them?

Have you heard of the so-called “7 Mountains” theology? It’s also known as DOMINION THEOLOGY, the idea is that we as Christians must occupy and subdue the world as God’s stewards of the earth.   While we are called to live in the world, making disciples and and spreading the Good News of the gospel, some […]

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A pivotal time for our economy

Are you aware that this next week his a history-maker for America’s financial outlook? How prepared are you if the almighty dollar goes away? Most economists agree it’s not “if,” but “when.” Our guest today says the financial rug being pulled out from under us sooner than we thought, and when that happens, it will […]

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Perpetual adolescence

In the Old Testament a young man was considered an adult at age 13—once He was a “bar mitzvah”. He was to have memorized the Torah and was to be able to speak to its wisdom. He began to make his own choices, guided by a Minion of Jews including his father and relatives. If […]

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Homosexual marriage and its consequences for the remnant

In April the United States Supreme Court will hear arguments on if homosexual marriage is an issue for individual states or if it is a federally protected right under the U.S. Constitution. Many experts who follow the Supreme Court believe they will decide to enforce homosexual marriage as a protected right, meaning it is the […]

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Why stand with Israel? An interview with David Hocking

On this day of the Jewish festival of Purim, we’re going to talk about Israel, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s speech to congress yesterday, and reaction. Why should America support and stand with Israel?  Many reasons: Israel is the only democracy in the Middle East, which is reason alone to stand with her. She has been […]

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Can we please get our act together?

Today could go down in history as the day America gets its act together, repents of its political folly and stand once again with Israel. Maybe. Or not. As Prime Minister Benjamen Netanyahu prepares to address congress this morning to plead for common sense on Iran’s nuclear strategy, we’re seeing reports that President Obama Has […]

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Discerning or discriminating?

This morning Israel’s Benjamin Netanyahu is on his way to the United States to address congress about an Iranian nuclear deal. Iran has said once it gets its bomb, Israel will be wiped off the map. More than 30 Democratic legislators have announced they are going to boycott Netanyahu’s speech, some saying he’s trying to stir the […]

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Conditional faithfulness?

The Bible continually discusses God’s faithfulness and the need for us to have complete faith in Him. But what exactly does the Bible say about the faith we are to have in God? And what about God’s faithfulness? Does His faithfulness extend to all people? All believers unconditionally? Or is God’s faithfulness conditional at times […]

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