Kicking off the show this week, John explains in his boralogue how some laws in this country contradict with others and when that happens, which ones should we choose? When our rights are at stake, it’s up to us to stand up and speak out. Rosa Parks is referenced as a perfect example.
John then examines the pope’s announcement that evolution along with the big bang theory do not compete with faith. He lays it all out on the table: the differences between Catholics and Protestants; the evolution of Catholic doctrine; and how science uses logic and reason to come up with what turns out to be unprovable assumptions.
Jay Seegert (www.cecwisc.org), Co-Founder and speaker for the Creation Education Center, joins the show and discusses the authority of the scriptures for the creation of the world and the true origin of man. He also explores the implications of Pope Francis’s recent comments on evolution.
Michael Connelly (michaelconnelly.jigsy.com and www.usjf.net), constitutional attorney and Executive Director of the U.S. Justice Foundation, resumes his evaluation of Constitutional amendments by analyzing numbers 17 and 18.
Finally, Allan Wall (www.allanwall.info), Spanish teacher and former resident of Mexico, speaks about the tragedy that befell college students in Iguala, Mexico, in September, 2014, as well as the current state of affairs in the country.
We continue John’s latest addition to the program, affectionately called “Section 6,” where he comments on several stories making news around the world.
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