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Brannon Howse: April 4, 2017

Guest: Usama Dakdok & Shahram Hadian. Topic: Brannon received two phone calls before air time today from the liberal paper in Sioux Falls wanting to gain access to the Sioux Falls Worldview Weekend Rally. Brannon had a cordial conversation for 45 minutes with the author of the original article that painted Brannon and Shahram as preaching hate and intolerance. Brannon tried to explain to the journalist that such beliefs are false and that moderate Muslims that say they are opposed to ISIS should be applauding Brannon and Shahram for bring national attention to the need to protect the country from ISIS agents coming in to America with Syrian immigrants. So why are Muslim and interfaith groups and Black Lives matter groups upset with Brannon and Shahram if they say they too are opposed to ISIS? Usama and Shahram join us to explain that most Muslims in America have not read the Koran and do not know what the Koran actually teaches. Shahram explains how his Muslim father from Iran fit this description. Isis would call men like Shahram’s dad a hypocrite and he would be just as much a target of ISIS as a Christian. Then there are Muslims that know and agree with the Koran and Hadith and yet masquerade as moderates. Then there is interpretation. Some Muslims read the Koran and don’t understand abrogation or how some early verses were cancelled out by the last teachings of Mohammed. Yet, Usama quotes several well-known and respected Muslim Scholars that explain that indeed the later violent instructions of Mohammed in the Koran are the verses to live by. So what is the test of who is a Muslim that understands and follows the Koran and one that does not? Why are more moderate Muslims not applauding Brannon, Usama and Shahram for working to protect moderate Muslims, Christians, Jews, atheists, women, and homosexuals from the ideology of ISIS agents seeking to enter America among refugees?

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Brannon's greatest passion is the teaching of God's Word and the importance of a Biblical worldview, Biblical apologetics, and Biblical theology and doctrine.

While raised in a Christian home, Brannon was a false convert until he was an adult. Brannon regularly writes and speaks on the importance that Biblical evangelism include the use of the moral law and the Biblical explanation of true repentance.

As the author of twelve books, Brannon has been a guest on more than 1,500 radio and television programs and has been featured in such publications as the Washington Times and appeared on such television programs as The O'Reilly Factor with Bill O'Reilly on Fox News.

Brannon is the host of a national radio program that is broadcast nation-wide as well as the host of The Worldview Weekend Hour, a weekly television program that is viewed in 120 nations around the world.

Worldview Weekend Radio can be heard each day on about 40 stations live at 1pm CT and at WorldviewRadio.com

Brannon is a classically trained tenor having sung in concert in hundreds of churches in America including that of Dr. D. James Kennedy and Chuck Swindoll. Brannon was also in concert in the world renowned People’s Church in Canada.

Brannon is the founder of Worldview Weekend which has organized Worldview Weekend Conferences in more than 300 cities. Brannon is the President of Worldview Radio and WVW-TV which distributes the Biblical radio and television programs of nearly 20 different hosts world-wide. Many of these 20 programs are produced from the Memphis, Tennessee TV and radio studios of Worldview Weekend. 

Brannon is the host of a The Worldview Weekend Hour, a weekly television program that is broadcast on various TV stations. The program can also be viewed at wvwtv.com as well as through the WVW-TV Roku Channel and through the WVW-TV app at www.wvwtv.com/app 

Brannon has served as the literary and talent agent for Michael Reagan, son of President Ronald Reagan, on his best-selling book Twice Adopted.

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