Iran Still on Track to Produce Nuclear Bomb
John’s boralogue kicks off the program with a Middle East intelligence summary which leads right into our first guest.
Much has been made of the recent negotiations with Iran about its nuclear weapons aspirations but, surprise surprise, it seems Iran is plowing ahead with its nuclear program regardless of discussions. Dr. Andrew Bostom (www.andrewbostom.org/blog) is author of Iran’s final Solution for Israel: The Legacy of Jihad and Shi’ite Islamic Jew-Hatred in Iran.
Much happening in the skies during the next week, including a blood moon total lunar eclipse on Passover. Listeners have asked us to revisit the tetrad of (four) blood moons in 2015 and 2015, so Pastor Mark Biltz (www.elshaddaiministies.us) rejoins the show for a discussion of his book Blood Moons.
Do businesses have moral obligations and/or rights and how well will Christians deal with new healthcare mandates that may go contrary to their religious belief systems? We’ll examine that issue in a conversation with Dr. Joseph Capizzi, author of A Catechism for Business: Tough Ethical Questions and Insights from Catholic Teaching.
Finally, a key issue in the healthcare debate involves the right of women to have various types of contraceptives which may be abortifacient provided under healthcare plans. Similar to physical abortion, these drugs can significantly raise a woman’s risk of breast cancer. Karen Malec from the Coalition on Abortion and Breast Cancer (www.abortionbreastcancer.com) joins us.