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Brannon Howse: August 22, 2018

Question: My church is breaking numerous state law when operating their ministry.  I went to the Pastor and was told that 1. people were being saved through the ministry and 2. I had the wrong spirit. Laws are still being broken. How do I respect a Pastor who knowingly and repeated breaks the law? Is it wrong for me to turn them in Question: Should Ezekiel’s predictions about a Millennial Temple (Ezek. 40‒48) be understood literally? Question: Is it heretical to argue that Ezekiel’s predicted Millennial Temple, along with its animal sacrifices, will be fully functioning during the Millennial Kingdom? Question: Were the land promises given to Abraham already fulfilled in the days of Joshua or Solomon? Question: Should we reject the idea of a future reign of Christ on earth since Jesus never mentioned this doctrine? Question: Has the Church permanently taken over Israel’s place since she is called “the seed of Abraham” (Gal. 3:29) or the “Israel of God” (Gal. 6:16)? Question: Should the doctrine of the pre-tribulation rapture and premillennialism be rejected as a “Johnny come lately” view in church history? Question: Should God’s Old Testament commitments be understood as allegorical since the New Testament reinterprets the Old Testament?

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Brannon Howse is the the president & founder of Worldview Weekend, and WVW Broadcast Network that includes WVW-TV & Worldview Radio. As the author of thirteen books, Brannon has been a guest on more than 2,000 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 & MSNBC among others. 

Brannon is the host of a national radio program that is broadcast nation-wide each day from 1-2pm CT on numerous Christian radio stations, and is the host of The Worldview Weekend Hour, a weekly television program that is viewed in 120 nations around the world.

For many years, Brannon was the education reporter and frequent guest host of The Michael Reagan Program. Michael Reagan is the eldest son of President Reagan and Brannon was honored to host Michael's program the week of President Reagan's funeral. Brannon was the literary agent for Michael Reagan's book, Twice Adopted. 

Due to his area of expertise, Brannon was featured for many years as a frequent guest on the radio program of Oliver North, G. Gordon Liddy, Ken Hamblin, Dr. D. James Kennedy, Phyllis Schlafly, & Beverly LaHaye's Concerned Women For America, among others. 

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 produces and 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 WVW-TV & Worldview Radio.  

Brannon's understanding of worldviews, trends, and global events has resulted in people attending his two-day training session that work for the Federal Bureau of Investigation, The National Security Agency, an Assistant District attorney of one of the largest cities in America, military officers, police and sheriff officers, doctors, lawyers, teachers, pastors, and successful business owners. Brannon's reputation as a compelling and credible speaker resulted in his being honored as the keynote speaker for the 50th Annual Governor's Prayer Breakfast in Iowa a few years ago. 

Brannon has built his reputation and credibility by being known for his in-depth research and meticulous documentation as well as for taking complex issues and breaking them down in a way anyone from students to adults can understand and apply to their worldview.