Episode 152: Last Saturday, six jurors rendered their verdict in the trial of George Zimmerman: not guilty. Several news commentators had anticipated this verdict. Civil rights leaders and critics were upset about the verdict. News anchors repeatedly used the word “stunned” in their coverage. Even the President made a statement asking that Americans “honor” Trayvon Martin’s memory by remaining calm and pursuing peace. Tune in as I attempt to cut through the secondhand smoke of the world and point us toward a counter-cultural spiritual reality which rises above race divide in our country.
Question of the Day: What forbidden fruit did Eve eat?
Episode 134: Once again, Mark Sandlin is at it again with a recently published article about political things Christians cannot do if they claim to follow Jesus. In my humble opinion, you can’t claim to follow Jesus and support this liberal progressive agenda, but I try to find what few redeeming qualities I can. Tune in and see what you think concerning Mr. Sandlin’s assessment.
Episode 105: Proponents of homosexual marriage say that opponents of homosexual marriage do not have a philosophical argument to stand on. Is that true? Tune as I do my best to explore some of the many philosophical arguments against homosexuality
Episode 104: The sides are being taken. Lines in the sand are being drawn. The debate for homosexual marriage is taking shape. The Supreme Court is hearing two major cases in the homosexual marriage debate and religious leaders are weighing in. Tune to hear about the diametrically opposed views on Scripture and the homosexual marriage debate.
Episode 103: Quick recap of yesterday’s episode, followed by a look at the case of Pastor Saeed Abedini who is locked up overseas in Iran. Is there a connection between that religious persecution and something which we as Christians are facing here in the US? Tune in to hear my take on this.