Episode 355: My friend & brother David Creek stops by the studio and takes over the program to vent about a bunch of the stuff that grinds his gears. Listen carefully or your might miss exactly what he’s up to. ALSO, the Rock ‘Em Sock ‘Em Robot Boys debut their new hit single – Alexander the Coppersmith!
Episode 354: You see them from the time to time on the side of the road. Usually they are armed with a sign which says something to the effect of “Anything will help. God Bless.” Sometimes they come up to you at the store asking for money. What do we do with these folks? I heard some pretty harsh solutions recently which I discuss as I consider the application of the Golden Rule to the poor.
“Aggressive Panhandler” in Fresno
Today in Church History: Elders of the Little Flock and twenty-eight other Christian leaders in Shanghai are arrested (1956)
Question of the Day: Is it true there are not any marriages in heaven?
Episode 353: “As you wish that others would do to you, so do to them” (Luke 6.31). Jesus says volumes in that short phrase. Action, breadth, & clarity (ABC) are addressed in this single word. Tune in as discuss the Golden Rule and how this should show up in our lives.
Today in Church History: Anabaptist preacher Leonhard Schiemer is beheaded and burned in Austria (1528).
Question of the Day: Where does it say the church should help the general public? Shouldn’t help be given only to Christians?
Episode 352: So much going on in the world, but I don’t really feel like tackling any of it. At random, I chose to pick on Richard Dawkins (he seems like an easy target). Tune in as I discuss his “very, very bad” best argument for God & against evolution. Word of the Day: Sardonic
Today in Church History: Death of Marguerite Bourgeoys (1700)
Question of the Day: Is pledging allegiance to the flag or any other material object right or wrong?
Episode 351: “The greatest trick the devil ever pulled was convincing the world he did not exist.” But how would he do that? How would the devil trick the world into believing that he does not exist? Tune in as I explore this question.
Today in Church History: Felix Manz becomes the first Anabaptist martyr, drowned in the Limmat River for rebaptizing Christians as adults (1527).