Mar 10, 2012

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If God Made the Universe, Who Made God?

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We’ll put politics on hold this week in order to examine several religious issues.

God vs. No-God seems to be the ongoing theological debate. When Christians say, “God created the universe,” atheists will invariably respond by asking, “Who created God?” But is that even a valid question once we arrive outside space-time where God is? What does exist in eternity? Dr. Edgar Andrews, Ph.D., (www.whomadegod.org) from the University of London is a scientist and international expert on large molecules, who once debated Richard Dawkins. He joins us to discuss his new book, “Who Made God?”

The we’ll examine the issue of the New Calvinism and its theological and sociological trends both as a religious movement and a sociological one. Dr. Robert Congdon (www.congdonministries.org) joins the show for a spirited interview.

John’s boralogue examines the growing gulf between topics on the mainline talk shows versus the real issues that will drive our lives for the next 70 months.

 

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Feb 11, 2012

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European Crisis by Design

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Much speculation about the dubious nature of the European Union’s future survival circulates on the internet. However, others believe it’s right on track for its long-term goals and is using the current crisis to achieve them. Dr. Robert Congdon, Th.D., (www.congdonministries.org) joins the program.

Then we’ll interview a Canadian Chinese Christian who was arrested and tortured by security police in China during the Christmas season last year just for wanting to visit a church there. Jenny Chen guests on the program along with Ed Romero from China Aid (www.chinaaid.org).

John’s boralogue compared today’s political correctness about the founding fathers compared to things he found this week at Thomas Jefferson’s home at Monticello.

 

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