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Brannon Howse
Brannon Howse
Aired Thursday, February 16
Brannon Howse: February 16, 2017
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Topic: Do you know where George Soros came up with the name Open Society for his foundation? Brannon will tell you. George Soros said that Karl Popper was his spiritual mentor. Do you know who Karl Popper was and what he believed? Soros also wrote that he saw himself as a reformer like Keynes. What might be the connection between Keynes and Soros and his possible attacks on the U.S. dollar? Topic: Has Soros influenced national security agencies and if so which ones? Topic: Understanding more about the worldview of George Soros might help us better understand what he is trying to do to America and how completely unacceptable it is for pro-family and evangelical organizations to work on initiatives that Soros funds. Topic: We take your calls. 

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Cessationism vs. Continuism part 10 Feb. 17, 2017

 

In today's program we will talk about some of the many problems with the belief in the continuance of the apostolic and prophetic offices. I will play an audio clip from the senior editor of Charisma magazine. We will see that the belief in the continuance of the apostolic and prophetic offices leads to many theological problems.

If the family is the bedrock of society, it makes sense that stable marriages are the bedrock of the family. That’s why divorce is so damaging. In divorce, there are no winners. Marriage must be viewed as a lifetime proposition.

William Estrada is a staff attorney with the Home School Legal Defense Association. He is also Director of HSLDA’s Federal Relations, and Director of Federal Relations for ParentalRights.org. Will is a member of the U.S. Supreme Court bar and the California bar. He himself is a homeschool graduate.

When defending homeschoolers, at times the HSLDA must oppose friends of homeschooling as well as opponents, due to unwise provisions in proposed legislation. On January 23, 2017, Rep. Steve King (IA), Rep. Andy Harris (MD), and Rep. Pete Olson (TX), and Rep. Trent Franks (AZ) introduced H.R. 610, "The Choices in Education Act of 2017". If the bill only applied to public schools and traditional brick-and-mortar private schools, HSLDA would take no official position on it. There is no question that many millions of children are stuck in public schools that fail to meet their needs, and school choice would be an incredible benefit to them. But HSLDA opposes the inclusion off Home Schools in the provisions of this bill. The reason: Government funds would be allocated under this bill, and with government funding, there is soon government control.

HSLDA contacted the four congressmen behind the bill, explaining their concerns. Rep. Frank agreed, and withdrew his support for H.R. 610 unless Home Schools were exempted. The other three representatives continue to sponsor the bill.

HSLSA sees four major dangers in H.R. 610:

1. The full repeal of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965, which has some undesirable elements, also has language protecting homeschool freedom from federal control.

2. Creation of a “federal right to homeschool", by requiring states to “make it lawful for parents of an eligible child to elect to home-school their child.”

3. Require States to track homeschooling students, which will result in homeschooling families in all 50 states being required register with the local school district.

4. The government would now get to decide how much parents should spend on homeschooling. The funds provided cannot exceed a government-determined "cost of homeschooling".

The primary concern is that the requirements of H.R. 610 will open the door for increased regulations.

For example, forcing homeschooling families to register with their school districts in order to meet a state requirement would then enable the state to establish requirements, standards, or guidelines to in order to define what family actually qualifies as a homeschooling family. The school districts would have a financial incentive to count as many homeschool students as possible because they are given a percentage of the federal funds designated for homeschool families.

Also, in order to determine the cost of homeschooling, the government most likely would establish an arbitrary figure based on a calculated average. Thus the funds allocated to reimburse parents for those costs could be far above or far below their actual expenses, and in each family, those actual costs can vary widely from year to year. In order to determine the actual expenses, the school district (or perhaps a state) could require detailed reporting of spending, perhaps with receipts, etc., placing an additional burden for homeschooling families.

William Estrada gave several examples of homeschooling families that found themselves coming under scrutiny from government bureaucrats, some of whom do not like the concept of homeschooling. H.R. 610 could give them the tools to control and restrict homeschooling.

CHOOSING GODLY LEADERS IN GOVERNMENT
Chris discusses the historic issues surrounding the Constitutional boundaries concerning a "religious test" for holding an office of government in the United States.  What is the real historic record?  And what standards
are we given in the Scriptures?

The Jewish land area known as "Judea and Samaria", in the center part of the Jewish State of Israel, is also referred to as "the disputed territories", and the Palestinian people claim this real estate as part of their State of Palestine. The Jews don't believe that is correct and the Israeli Knesset recently passed a law that may well give the State the right to annex this land and then include it under the sovereignty of Israel. Winkie Medad, who lives in a Jewish Settlement, Shilo, and speaks from there with Jimmy DeYoung on this edition of PTIB. Jimmy and Winkie will discuss the new Israeli law recently passed, and tell what could happen with this law and the land.

 

Today on PTIB Jimmy DeYoung has a conversation with Ken Timmerman, who is on the "catbird seat" in Washington, as they discuss geo-political issues happening around the world. Jimmy and Ken will deal with the 38th anniversary of the Islamic Revolution that happened in Tehran; the defiant Iranians test fire another missile; US considers naming the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps an Islamic Terror Organization; Putin prepares for war; and Iran says they can get a a missile to Tel Aviv in seven minutes.

Sighing and Groaning (Part 2)

Complaining about the weather is one thing, but complaining about others will ram you right into James 5.

Cessationism vs. Continuism part 9 Feb. 16, 2017

 

Today I want to discuss how the modern charismatic view and display of tongues has much more in common with pagan worship than it does biblical Christianity. We will talk about how the gift of tongues as displayed today is exactly that against which Jesus warns, vain repetition. We will also see that the modern display of tongues is incongruous with being made in the image of God.

Only God can count the tears of parents whose kids have gone to the far country. Like the prodigal son in the Bible, their kids chose a path destined for failure. But there is great power in persistent prayer, and our God is a God who answers prayer. 

Thomas Quiggin, a Canadian, is a court qualified expert on terrorism, and on the reliability of intelligence evidence. He served 15 years in the Canadian Forces, including time on the ground in the former Yugoslavia as an intelligence officer. He has more than 25 years of practical intelligence experience in a variety of positions including RCMP, the UN, Citizenship and Immigration Canada, and the International War Crimes Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia

Islamists say that their beliefs should be accepted by all Muslims, and that they have the “God-given” right to use violence to reach their objectives. One of their main points of faith is that dying for Allah is their ultimate endeavor.

A variety of groups ascribe to the Islamist objective of imposing their politicized beliefs on others. Included in these are ISIS, al-Qaeda and Hizb ut-Tahrir. However, the largest and best organized of all the Islamist groups is the Muslim Brotherhood. They are the well-spring from which the Islamist ideology flows.

The Muslim Brotherhood say they plan to conquer Western Civilization from within. To do so they set up many front groups to gain influence in many areas of society, including students. They maintain a continuous position of being victims, no matter what incident they are describing—even if it is discovered that the violence was perpetrated by other Muslims.

“Islamophobia” was developed in Iran after the revolution there, to characterize those who refused to go along with demands to change and follow Sharia after generations of relative freedom in Iran.

North American Islamic Trust (NAIT) is a financial front group that holds many properties, including hundreds of mosques, and schools, using funding from Saudi Arabia and other Islamic countries. It is used by the Muslim Brotherhood to provide financial pressure to enable them to take over hundreds of previously-independent mosques. This provides the vehicle to indoctrinate more Muslims in the radical teachings of the Muslim Brotherhood. Investigations have revealed that such teaching is not only available in such Mosques, but is actually the exclusive content of teaching and resource materials.

Senator Ted Cruz has re-introduced Senate bill S.68, to designate the Muslim Brotherhood a terrorist organization, not because they actually blow things up themselves, but because they funnel funds to groups like Hamas who do practice violence. S.68 would not only have the effect of designating the Muslim Brotherhood as a terrorist entity, but it would also list three Muslim Brotherhood front groups: The Council for American Islamic Relations (CAIR), the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA) and the North American Islamic Trust (NAIT). In the case of the NAIT, the bill would ban it from any financial dealings, and from sending funds out of the country. It would stop individuals from donating through NAIT, and would cut off funding from NAIT for other Muslim organizations in this country and around the world.

Interestingly, some middle-east countries have already labeled the Muslim Brotherhood as terrorist.

To read Mr. Quiggin’s articles on related topics:

 

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THE CONCEPT OF FREEDOM IN THE WEST
Chris continues the discussion about the promotion of Islamic slavery and rape from a Georgetown University professor who teaches that "consent" is a Western idea.  What he really means is that it is a Christian idea, based on Biblical teaching.  We review the account in Genesis where Abraham sends his servant to find a wife for his son.  The Scripture shows that Rebekah's family specifically sought her consent before she went to marry Isaac.  Furthermore, the concept of freedom and liberty is specific to the Bible and the New Testament in particular.  Could this be the reason why personal liberty is so often emphasized in the Western world?

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Topic: Do you know where George Soros came up with the name Open Society for his foundation? Brannon will tell you. George Soros said that Karl Popper was his spiritual mentor. Do you know who Karl Popper was and what he believed? Soros also wrote that he saw himself as a reformer like Keynes. What might be the connection between Keynes and Soros and his possible attacks on the U.S. dollar? Topic: Has Soros influenced national security agencies and if so which ones? Topic: Understanding more about the worldview of George Soros might help us better understand what he is trying to do to America and how completely unacceptable it is for pro-family and evangelical organizations to work on initiatives that Soros funds. Topic: We take your calls. 

Today on PTIB Jimmy DeYoung gets a Middle East News Up-date from Dave Dolan, who has vast experience as a journalist in the Middle East. Jimmy and Dave will discuss the Israeli Prime Minister's visit to the White House, the first for the Israeli leader with the new US President; at the top of their agenda will be the Iranian threat to Israel; the Jewish settlement situation and the possible annexation of the Jewish settlements; Israeli security in the Middle East; and Israel's leadership role in the region.

Sighing And Groaning About People

Complaining about the weather is one thing, but complaining about others will ram you right into James 5.

Cessationism vs. Continuism part 8 Feb. 15, 2017

 

1 Corinthians 13 is a very important text dealing with the debate between cessationism versus continuism. People on both sides of this debate use this passage as support for their position. Of vital importance is the question of what Paul had in mind when he referenced "the perfect."

 

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