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Brannon Howse: August 16, 2017
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National Security Council staffer Rich Higgins was reportedly fired by H.R. MacMaster for writing a 6 1/2 page memo in May of 2017 that warned President Trump about the great threats to America and his presidency. Mr. Higgins worked at the Pentagon and was an Army War College professor. The warnings, philosophies, and players named in his 2017 memo read like the 2008, best selling book by Brannon Howse entitled Grave Influence. From Cultural Marxism, The Frankfurt School, Antonio Gramsci, Fabian Socialism, globalists and central bankers are all mentioned as a national threat in the Higgins 2017 memo as Brannon warned about in his 2008 book. Listen as Brannon explains how the threats he predicted in 2008 are now playing themselves out in the riots in America, the media attempt to foment chaos and the educational institutions braining washing millions of students to join a revolution. Brannon also reveal the real agenda behind the pulling down and illegal destruction of confederate and Civil War figures. Topic: We take your calls.

 

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08/17/17: Shahram's Story Part 2

Shahram shares more about his story of coming to Christ and his journey of coming to America from Iran before the 1979 Islamic Revolution. He discusses an untold part of his story dealing with a very little known travel ban by Jimmy Carter. 

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When we see ourselves as God sees us, we realize that we fall far short of His standards. Our sins stand between us and His holiness. Without outside help, none of us can attain eternal life.

​No matter how much evidence comes forth, no matter what the facts show, hysteria over climate change continues to dominate the major media throughout America. Recent reports warn of 2016 being the hottest year on record, that ocean levels are rising, that polar ice is shrinking and all of this means doom for the planet. Former Vice-President Al Gore has released another film in which he seeks to prove that he's right and unless we act quickly, we face some pretty dire circumstances.

So what's the truth in all of this?

Joining Jim to help answer that question was Dr. E. Calvin Beisner. Dr. Beisner is the founder and national spokesman for The Cornwall Alliance for the Stewardship of Creation. He's taught theology, apologetics, ethics, church history, economics, and other disciplines. He's written four books on population, resources, economics, and the environment, along with eight other books, contributions to over 30 books, and hundreds of articles. He's testified as an expert witness on the ethics and economics of climate policy before congressional committees and lectured for churches, schools, colleges, seminaries, and conferences around North America Europe, Africa, and Asia.

Dr. Beisner began by commenting on the astounding claim by some that 2016 was the hottest year on record. The facts? 2016 was 2 hundredths (.02) of a degree warmer on average through the year than was 1998, the second hottest year on record.

How do they come up with the hype? Are they manipulating the data? Dr. Beisner believes no one can or should depend solely upon raw data because there are different measuring instruments and different ways of using these instruments. So what one must do is use 'data homogenization'. This is the gathering of measurements using one instrument comparable with measurements obtained using another instrument in various locations. One might be in a big city, while another might be in a rain forest, while still another might be over the ocean.

What happens is that when the same old raw data is re-homogenized, earlier temperature records can get pushed down, and later temperature records can get pushed up. If the mistakes in the data were random and completely unpredictable at any given time and place, the corrections of that data (upward and downward) should be roughly equal. Instead, the corrections are constantly pushing temperatures long ago downward and more recent temperatures upward. That indicates that the homogenization process is not unbiased. As Dr. Beisner noted, 'The result is to increase the appearance of the rapidity and magnitude of warming, when in fact, it's quite likely that the warming has not been as rapid or as great as is claimed.'

On the issue of sea level, Dr. Beisner made it clear that it has been rising since the end of the ice age. Depending upon what theory of geology and age of the earth one embraces, that might be from 6,000 to about 18-20,000 years ago. Long term, it has averaged about 3 millimeters per year. We also know that the rate of rise can go as high as 14-17 millimeters per year or it can go down below zero meaning sea level can decline for a period of time. Over the long-haul, a 3 millimeter rise is about average. We also know there has been no acceleration in the long-term rate of sea level increase over the period of allegedly man-made global warming. This basically takes way the rational for saying that human activity is driving global warming that in turn is driving more rapid sea level increases.

There's also the problem that if global warming would be causing more rapid increases in sea level, that by itself wouldn't prove that global warming was man-made. If the earth warms more rapidly than it has been, then we should expect some continental ice to melt and raise the sea level. That will happen regardless of what causes the warming.

As this Crosstalk moved along, Dr. Beisner commented on much more including:

--Recent New York Times and Boston Globe articles involving everything from fear of climate change information suppression from the Trump administration; the comparison of climate change effects vs. the threat of North Korea for the island of Guam; the threat of higher temperatures and sea levels for the Northeastern U.S.
--We're told that 97% of climate scientists agree about global warming. Can we take that figure at face value?
--According to the predictions of former Vice President Al Gore, shouldn't Dr. Beisner be living on beach-front property by now?
--Does fixing the climate crisis require fixing democracy?
--Where do we currently stand on the Paris Climate Accord?
--The announcement by President Trump that he will rescind an Obama-era policy that requires government agencies to take into account global warming induced flooding and sea level rise for federally funded projects.
 

National Security Council staffer Rich Higgins was reportedly fired by H.R. MacMaster for writing a 6 1/2 page memo in May of 2017 that warned President Trump about the great threats to America and his presidency. Mr. Higgins worked at the Pentagon and was an Army War College professor. The warnings, philosophies, and players named in his 2017 memo read like the 2008, best selling book by Brannon Howse entitled Grave Influence. From Cultural Marxism, The Frankfurt School, Antonio Gramsci, Fabian Socialism, globalists and central bankers are all mentioned as a national threat in the Higgins 2017 memo as Brannon warned about in his 2008 book. Listen as Brannon explains how the threats he predicted in 2008 are now playing themselves out in the riots in America, the media attempt to foment chaos and the educational institutions braining washing millions of students to join a revolution. Brannon also reveal the real agenda behind the pulling down and illegal destruction of confederate and Civil War figures. Topic: We take your calls.

 

(Program #10) Usama Dakdok reveals the dangers of interfaith dialogues by playing the audio of the interfaith dialogue between James White and Jihadi Yasir-Qadhi. Usama will start and stop the audio as he provides commentary and uses this as a opportunity to refute the misinformation with truth.

08/16/17: Shahram's Story Part 1

Shahram shares the mission of Truth in Love Ministries and takes us through his journey of leaving Iran with his family, before the 1979 Islamic Revolution. He also shares his testimony of coming to Christ from a Muslim background, all for the glory of God. 

 

Jimmy DeYoung will talk with Ken Timmerman, who is in Sweden, about geo-political events that are setting the stage for Bible Prophecy to be fulfilled. Jimmy and Ken will discuss the North Korean crisis; the Gog-Magog War, as foretold in Ezekiel 38, Psalms 83 and Daniel 11; Henry Kissinger's speech on the end of Islamic State that could empower Iran; and the Nigerian terrorist attack on a Church, killing 50 of the worshipers during the service going on at the time.

The standard God sets for us to gain eternal life is very high—so high there’s no way we can ever reach it. That’s why He’s given a gift to every child of God in which He imparts the very purity He demands. Let’s learn all about this marvelous gift.

​​Rick Bach is the manager of the VCY Bookstore & Outreach Center. They are more than just a distributor of Christian materials, but also an instruction center where weekly classes are taught on such matters as evangelism, Christian essentials, apologetics and other topics. The VCY Bookstore & Outreach Center is celebrating 21 years of ministry this month.

Many people may try to excuse themselves out of Bible study, claiming to be a mechanic, housewife or salesman. They think that Bible study is just for pastors and Christian leaders. Rick disagrees. In fact, he believes Bible study is for people of all ages, including youngsters, who can begin by having the Bible read to them.

Why should we engage in Bible study? What's the purpose? Rick referenced 2 Timothy 3:16-17. He told listeners that each time you see the word, 'doctrine' that identifies the right path to be on. When you see the word 'reproof', that shows us if we are off the right path. Then the word, 'correction' tells us how to get back on the right path if we've strayed. The phrase 'instruction in righteousness' shows us how to stay on the right path.

All of this comes down to one thing that Rick believes overrides everything: It's not just to obtain a bunch of knowledge or to impress other people. It's not so that you can give good answers at Sunday school class. Instead it's to grow in our personal, intimate relationship with God by getting to know him better because he wants us to do that.

Does this sound exciting? It gets better. Jim had Rick talk about several resources (at 50% off!) to help believers in this endeavor of Bible study.

The first was the paperback called 'How to Study the Bible for Yourself' by Tim LaHaye. The goal of this book is to help readers develop study habits that will make God's Word come alive. It talks about 4 methods for reading the Bible, how to be consistent in your Bible reading, how to study the Bible by books, chapters and subject, and also gets into memorization. This book is available through the VCY bookstore for the sale price of just $7.

The next resource discussed was the hardback version of the 'Reese Chronological Study Bible' (KJV). This resource arranges the Bible in the time frame the events took place, from eternity past to the writings of John in Revelation. This Bible allows God's story to unfold progressively in a way that will help you understand the plan of God while growing in your understanding of who He is. This book is available for the sale price of just $19.99.

Next on the discussion list was 'Bible Atlas and Companion'. This is a spiral bound book with 75 full-color maps containing the summary of the place or event on the facing page. It's organized in biblical order. There are sections dealing with Israel entering the promised land, the divided kingdom, Nehemiah rebuilding the Jerusalem wall, Jesus' ministry in Galilee, there's over 50 full color photos, charts and more. This resource is available for the sale price of just $7.50

The final resource mentioned was the 3 volume set called 'Treasury of David: Classic Reflections on the Wisdom of the Psalms'. This set, written by Charles Spurgeon, is a verse-by-verse commentary that takes 17th and 18th century scholars and adds their comments to some of the verses and chapters of Psalms. This resource is available for the sale price of just $24.99.
 

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Guest: Captain Udell Meyer. Topic: Captain Meyer tells us about his ministry to new recruits. Topic: Are our American Armed forces prepared to fight a war having the magnitude of WWII or greater? Topic: How did the feminist and LGBT agendas/movements accomplish their demands to allow them to serve in the American Armed Forces? Topic: What effect has the repeal of DADT and the acceptance of “Transgenders” had on the military? Topic: Are “Transgenders” serving in the military allowed to “cross dress” – in uniform and/or in civilian cloths? Topic: Has the Military been used in the public arena in any way that demonstrates the U.S. Government’s supports of the LGBT movement? Topic: How frequent are the various forms of sexual assault within the military? Topic: Are  Christian Chaplains allowed to speak freely about Biblical Truths, pray in Jesus name, share the gospel, preach the Word of God?

Today on PTIB Jimmy DeYoung will talk with Col Bob Maginnis at the Pentagon on the issue of the North Korean crisis. Jimmy and Bob will discuss the rhetoric, both from North Korea and the White House, and how that intense rhetoric may well be getting in the way to a solution for the crisis; this is a threat, not only to the US, but the State of Israel as well; is the US military ready to deal with the crisis; and what will happen next.

Believers can be sure that no event in their lives can take place outside of God’s knowledge and plan. The New Testament teaches that God has predestined the eternal future for every Christian. Let’s learn more about this gift.

​​On Saturday, violence erupted as a so-called 'Alt-Right' rally got underway in Charlottesville, Virginia. There were protests and counter-protests at the event which was driven by a city decision to remove the statue of Confederate General Robert. E. Lee.

A man plowed his vehicle into a group killing one and injuring others. A state of emergency was declared. Additionally two state troopers were killed in a helicopter crash after responding to the scene.

Yesterday, additional protests were held in New York, California, Washington, Florida, and Ohio.

President Trump has been accused of fostering racial bigotry. However, is he really the cause?

Joining Jim to discuss this and related issues was Pastor Ronn Euell. Ronn is the pastor of Scripture Alone Christian Fellowship in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Pastor Euell began by describing what brought about the problem in Virginia. He began by describing how you have one side known as the 'far right'. Then there are patriots on the other side. These are people who simply love America. They banded together and petitioned the state of Virginia for a permit to peacefully protest the removal of the statue of General Lee. They appear to have harbored no ill intent and wanted the statue to stay because they feel it's part of their history.

The state of Virginia apparently felt that allowing the permit would foster controversy so they pulled it. The federal government was petitioned to have the permit reinstituted, which it was, and the protest eventually took place.

On the other side was the counter-protesting groups that also descended upon Charlottesville and that resulted in violence.

When we see the horrible actions of the KKK and white supremacists along with the words of Louis Farrakhan who's called for killing of the white man, what's at the heart of this? According to Pastor Euell, it's depravity. It will always express itself in various ways. One of those ways is racism. Man, who is separated from God and has no identity, seeks to feel supreme over their neighbors and brothers. One of the ways they show this is through racial supremacy.

Is the outgrowth of electing President Trump the cause for tension between the races? Pastor Euell emphatically disagreed. Just because you have certain groups that voted for President Trump doesn't mean that he endorsed those same groups. That spirit came through as Jim quoted the president who described the rally as, '...an egregious display of hatred, bigotry, violence on many sides.' It's because he used the phrase, 'many sides' that he's come under fire.

Why? Pastor Euell believes it's because some people want the president to take sides. He can't because he's president of the United States. You have the far-left who wants the president to side with them to give their movement credibility and then there's the far-right and even extremist groups who want the president to speak to their issues and affirm their position.

As this Crosstalk moves along you'll hear Pastor Euell comment on the following:

--Is the media legitimately 'telling the story' or are they 'fanning the flames'?
--How do we deal with such tensions as a nation?
--While it was just and right for people to demand civil rights during the time of
Martin Luther King, was any damage done by the civil rights movement.
--How do we restore respect for one another?
--Has our nation 'bent over backwards' to right the wrong in black America?
 

We’re glad you could join us. In today’s program, Tom is joined by his guest, Rod Page, as they address the question: Is the Bethel School of Ministry Supernatural?

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