Tag: Christianity

Bible Prophecy Lacking in American Churches

Most Biblical scholars believe that more than one quarter of the Bible contains prophetic teachings–yet the subject of prophecy is largely ignored in many churches these days. Our guest this morning believes we are living in the most prophetic times since the first coming of Jesus Christ. But are most Christians aware of the prophecies, particularly regarding Israel. being fulfilled in our times–or do they even care?

Author and Pastor Carl Gallups joins us to discuss his new book, When the Lion Roars and shares why he believes the study of biblical prophecy is crucial for Christians.

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Christmas – from Sacred to Secular?

Is the origin, meaning, and celebration of Christmas controversial to some within the church? A few of the issues mentioned are Jesus wasn’t really born on December 25th, Christmas comes from a pagan holiday tradition, Christmas trees represent pagan worship; and that Santa Claus is evil.

Then in our final segment, we look at how some progressive universities are seeking to destroy masculinity, and we also address Oxford Dictionary’s “Word of the Year” – an incredibly sad reflection of our society.

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Grace Relations: One Race, One Blood, One God

What is the truth about racism and how do we respond as Christians to a culture confused about the answers? We have a very special guest today, Dr. Charles Ware, President of Crossroads Bible College in Indianapolis. Dr. Ware co-wrote a fascinating, in-depth book, One Race, One Blood, examining the roots of racism that have permeated evolutionary thought, and the Bible’s response to this disturbing issue.

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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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Creation, Evangelism, and Humbly Answering Skeptics

“Everything is built on our starting point… that God exists, and the Bible is His inspired Word.” Jay Seegert

Today we catch up with Jay Seegert of the Creation Education Center in Wisconsin, and we discuss the importance of humility in our interactions with people, particularly when sharing the gospel or talking about creation. Being prepared to respond to questions is important, but just as important is asking questions and listening to the other person so we know how to directly address their concerns. We’ve probably all done this: when the other person is speaking, we’re not really listening – we’re just waiting for our turn and often don’t hear what was just said.

The bottom line is the authority of Jesus Christ and Scripture. It doesn’t matter as much what we think; what does God’s Word say?

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Visual Learners Will Love This Book

This new full color, hardcover book is called The Bible Graphically Presented, which is a set of 43 graphics that help the student of the Word comprehend the story of redemption found in the pages of Scripture. It is prepared from a dispensational perspective and will be found helpful by students, pastors, and teachers. Each graphic has a short description and space for note taking.

In The Bible Graphically Presented, Dr. Randy White provides a bird’s eye view of the Scripture. The materials in this volume are perfect for individual learning or to use as a teaching resource.

Presented from a dispensational perspective, the charts give the student a means of seeing the overall scope of the Scriptures. With note-taking space provided for each chart, the student can create a resource that will be kept by the desk for many years to come, and often referenced for Biblical and theological knowledge.

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Wisconsin Again: Election Recounts, Bible Studies, and Media Bias

It’s interesting how Wisconsin keeps coming up in the battles for political power. Julaine Appling of Wisconsin Family Council shares her thoughts on the matter and the process of this voter recount. What are the possibilities involving the numbers of votes in WI, MI, and PA, and how could this affect the presidential election? What do Democrats stand to gain?

Aside from corruption or fraudulent practices, it’s a long shot at best to somehow find enough votes or mistakes that would actually swing the results in favor of Hillary Clinton. Talk about drama.

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Bible Prophecy Lacking in American Churches

Most Biblical scholars believe that more than one quarter of the Bible contains prophetic teachings–yet the subject of prophecy is largely ignored in many churches these days. Our guest this morning believes we are living in the most prophetic times since the first coming of Jesus Christ. But are most Christians aware of the prophecies, particularly regarding Israel. being fulfilled in our times–or do they even care?

Author and Pastor Carl Gallups joins us to discuss his new book, When the Lion Roars and shares why he believes the study of biblical prophecy is crucial for Christians.

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