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How Is American Christianity Different From Biblical Christianity?

It seems there is growing confusion between biblical Christianity and American Christianity. One is eternal truth; the other resembles more of a religious system featuring a doctrine of convenience, works, prosperity, and man’s traditions.

Several missionary associations go around the world sharing the Christian faith–but are they spreading biblical Christianity or a watered down American version absent of power and truth?

Today, we welcome back Elijah Abraham to the program.

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Watching the Signs and Trends

Leon Rodriguez, the director of the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration services, confirmed that people applying for refugee status from places like Syria can be admitted without any documentation. He also acknowledged a “significant” number of refugees who have been admitted into the US in the last eight years have been tied to terror plots.

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Preparing for a Middle East Meltdown

The Bible tells us that one day all nations will rebel against God in a final war in the Middle East as predicted in Ezekiel 38 and 39. Breaking news: God wins the war!

The rise of ISIS and Russian intervention in the Middle East bring us one step closer to this final showdown. A coalition of nations are gathering to come against Israel just as predicted in Scripture. Are we living in the days where we could see the events leading to the victorious return of our Lord? Where is America in end times prophecy?

We’re joined by Dr. Andy Woods, author of The Middle East Meltdown: The Coming Islamic Invasion of Israel to look at current events and square them up with biblical prophecy.

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Whose Perspective Do We See Others Through?

Men see from a human perspective; God sees from an eternal perspective. We see things through a clouded veil with an incomplete picture; God sees all things clearly and perfectly.

Christians have the mind of Christ, better able to see things as God sees them through His Word. This morning, Dave Wager discusses how God sees others and our circumstances compared to our incomplete perception as humans.

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Remembering 9/11, Keeping a Spiritual Perspective

On 9/11/2001, radical Islamic terrorists hijacked four jet planes with the intent of dealing a devastating blow to our nation. More than 3,000 people died and our nation was changed in a profound way. This Sunday marks the fifteenth anniversary of this horrendous tragedy.

Joining us to discuss Islam, the Quran, and how Christians should respond to the very real threat of Muslim terrorism is a former Muslim, now born-again believer, Elijah Abraham.

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The Continuing March to Globalism

The Bible is clear on what lies ahead: more people and nations will be gathering in defiance to God and His Word. And for centuries every generation has wondered if theirs would be the one to see the return of the Lord. World events are coming together at breakneck speed.

So what is different about the times we live in? Are there unmistakable signs of the times that the world is about to unite in rebellion against God, ultimately leading to the return of Jesus Christ? Jesus said we would not know the exact day of His return, but that we could discern the season of it by observing carefully.

Joining us this morning is a man who has studied globalism and has written extensively about the coming one world government and religion–Gary Kah.

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Just What Will it Take?

Lies prevail over truth. Today we look at some interesting comments by Pope Francis defending Islam, along with the ISIS response to his remarks. We also check in with Julaine Appling of Wisconsin Family Action to continue our discussion about the rights and responsibilities of Christian churches and leaders to speak up and become engaged in the battle for souls. Just what will it take for us to recognize we are in a spiritual war where lies are currently prevailing over the truth in our culture?

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And the Band Played On…

Christians continue to be slaughtered by ISIS worldwide, religious freedom is under attack in the U.S., and Marxism is making a comeback thinly disguised as socialism and social justice. But Americans and American Christians continue to seem oblivious to all that is happening around us. After all, we have Pokemon, sports, leisure and entertainment to occupy us and keep us happy. Why worry? Our Presidential candidates are both promising to make us great again and solve all our problems. But are we reaching a point where our lack of diligence and push-back brings us to a very, very bad place?

Utopian RoadJoining us today is William J. Murray – an advocate speaking out against the persecution of Christianity in America and around the world as chairman of the Religious Freedom Coalition, a non-profit organization in Washington, D.C., and is active on issues related to aiding Christians in Islamic and Communist nations. We’ll discuss the rise of radical Islam and the murder of Christians around the world. William also has a life of experiences with Marxism and is warning of the dangers in his latest book, Utopian Road to Hell: Enslaving America and the World with Central Planning.

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Africa, America, Evangelism, and Elections

Missionary to Africa, Dave Bell, is back in the states and dropped by our studios for today’s broadcast. He and his wife have served in Kenya for years. Their website is Mahali pa Maisha (mpmkenya.org).

During the second half of the program, we discuss the upcoming election and the media as it relates to political coverage and how they generally report on the two candidates, Trump and Clinton. You may be surprised. (maybe not!)

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Entitlement vs Responsibility

A growing number of people want the good things of life without the hard work and responsibilities. People are being duped by the idea of free stuff including college tuition, healthcare, jobs, retirement benefits, all without any of the responsibility.

Christians must be discerning and not fall for the entitlement traps all around us. Today’s guest is Dave Wager from Silver Birch Ranch and Nicolet Bible Institute.

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