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Brannon Howse
Aired Wednesday, September 17
Brannon Howse: Aired September 17, 2014
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Guest: Clint Archer from South Africa joins us to discuss the following: Topic: How long after he became a Christian did Clint leave the Catholic Church and why? What did the Holy Spirit convict Clint of regarding communion in the Catholic Church, the Eucharist, and other Catholic doctrines? Topic: Did Jesus really sweat drops of blood the night before he was crucified? Topic: Clint responds to Ann Coulter and her attack on missionary in Liberia that contracted Ebola. Topic: Four ways pastors lose their pulpits? Topic: How many hours a week does Clint spend on sermon preparation? Topic: The right way and wrong way to do short-term missions. Topic: Should couples take communion at their wedding while everyone else sits and watches? Is this even Biblical communion? These are a few of the issues we discuss with author and pastor Clint Archer.

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