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Brannon Howse
Aired Tuesday, January 27
Brannon Howse: January 27, 2015
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Ask Dr. John with Dr. John Whitcomb. Question: Why is the social gospel and cultural mandate unbiblical? Question: What should be our goals for this New Year? Question: What was nailed to the cross of Jesus? Some people say that the Ten Commandments were there. How could that be since we still need to obey Jesus? Question: Can Christians drink alcohol? The bible does not prohibit it, but calls us to holiness. Question: Is Isaiah 2 and 3 speaking directly to Israel of its day, or can this Scripture be understood to apply to the United States today—with regard to both the church and nation? Question: What happens if someone cannot access a Bible? Do you believe that the Holy Spirit can speak to someone supernaturally? Question: I have been in a rut about health issues—mine and others. I can pray and ask for comfort and care, but not healing. The body must die to be with our Savior, so trying to live is like fighting God’s plan. I know I should feel something more. Do emotions burn out after taking years of prayer requests in Sunday School? Question: The Lord Jesus said we could mountains if we “have faith as a grain of mustard seed" (Matt. 17:20). What does that mean? Question: When Jesus died, He said, "It is finished" (John 19:30). What did He mean by this?

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To Cliche or not to Cliche–Part 2 Mike and Steve look at more Christian cliches today. They discuss a blog post called “Ten Cliches Christians Should Neve Use.” Cliches they discuss include: Does God need another angel? Are you saved? Did God create Adam and Steve?

The Middle East News Up-date, which is a regular feature on PTIB, is key for those who want to better understand current events and Bible Prophecy and how the two work hand-in-hand. Today on PTIB we have a MENU from Winkie Medad in Israel and Jimmy DeYoung will speak to Winkie about a number of issues in the Middle East. They will discuss an IDF attack in the Golan Heights, on the Syrian side of the Golan; the death of an Iranian General, as a result of that attack; Iran's promise to "shake the Earth in Israel"; a military agreement signed between Russia and Iran and the invitation for Israeli PM Netanyahu to address a joint session of the US Congress.

MUSLIM NO GO ZONES & THE ECUMENICAL JIHAD Chris discusses the current controversy over the Islamic "no-go zones" that have made headlines recently, because of comments by Governor Bobby Jindal. Incredibly, the left-wing media have been denying that these Muslim-controlled Shariah zones truly exist in parts of Europe, despite overwhelming evidence. Also discussed is the book "Ecumenical Jihad" by Dr. Peter Kreeft, a professor at Boston College, a well known Jesuit institution. Could Kreeft's opinions about Islam provide insight into what's happening today?

The Bible says that all our righteous deeds are as filthy rags. Only God’s righteousness opens heaven’s doors. That’s why we’re deceived if we believe that “God helps those who help themselves.”

No one's worldview is formed in a vacuum and that's precisely why parents must be discerning and not simply permissive when it comes to music. This means that just telling our youngsters to 'turn it down' won't cut it. Parents need to know what their children are listening to and why. If what they're listening to doesn't reflect a biblical worldview, it will produce another result. Remember that ideas, even when communicated via music, have consequences. What consequences do you want your children to face?

Ask Dr. John with Dr. John Whitcomb. Question: Why is the social gospel and cultural mandate unbiblical? Question: What should be our goals for this New Year? Question: What was nailed to the cross of Jesus? Some people say that the Ten Commandments were there. How could that be since we still need to obey Jesus? Question: Can Christians drink alcohol? The bible does not prohibit it, but calls us to holiness. Question: Is Isaiah 2 and 3 speaking directly to Israel of its day, or can this Scripture be understood to apply to the United States today—with regard to both the church and nation? Question: What happens if someone cannot access a Bible? Do you believe that the Holy Spirit can speak to someone supernaturally? Question: I have been in a rut about health issues—mine and others. I can pray and ask for comfort and care, but not healing. The body must die to be with our Savior, so trying to live is like fighting God’s plan. I know I should feel something more. Do emotions burn out after taking years of prayer requests in Sunday School? Question: The Lord Jesus said we could mountains if we “have faith as a grain of mustard seed" (Matt. 17:20). What does that mean? Question: When Jesus died, He said, "It is finished" (John 19:30). What did He mean by this?

God’s Security–Part 2 Please open your Bible to Romans 8 and listen along as Pastor Mike preaches this recent sermon from Bethlehem Bible Church, West Boylston, MA. We live in a security conscious world. This chapter of Romans gives us a good dose of God’s security found in Christ Jesus as Romans 8 talks about the Perseverance of the Saints. Listen in to learn about seven indestructible promises that will forever guide your walk of faith.

Evidence for the Existence of God – part 5 In this final session Mike gives powerful evidence for the truthfulness of the Bible. The combination of evidences (manuscript, history, archaeology, prophecy, and science) leaves no doubt that the Bible is God breathed and all of it is good for teaching (2 Timothy 3:16). Mike gives some amazing facts about the Bible and shows that the track record of all those who have opposed God’s Word through ridicule or compromise have been consistently wrong and God‘s Word remains unchanged.

On this edition of PTIB Jimmy DeYoung speaks with Ken Timmerman in Washington who has an in-depth look at geo-political events in our world today that have a close connection to the prophetic agenda found in Bible Prophecy. Jimmy and Ken will discuss the death of the Saudi King Abdullah; a missile site in Iran that can reach beyond the EU; the crisis in Yemen and Russia saying that America wants to take over the world, even as Russia forges new military ties with Iran.

THE FOURTH BEAST OF DANIEL Chris discusses end time prophecy and the teachings surrounding the fourth beast mentioned in the book of Daniel, and how we are told that the saints shall take away his dominion to consume and destroy it unto the end (Dan. 7:26). But what does this mean? The Reformed view of prophecy generally held that the anti-Christian powers would not be overthrown all at once; but would be consumed gradually one century after another, and then finally destroyed at the Second Coming of Christ. Can we find evidence of this in the pages of history?

Beginning with news reports dealing with aspects of President Obama's State of the Union address from last week, Jim Schneider read details concerning many stories making headlines. The stories included: --President Obama setting a record pace in the establishment of new regulations. --President Obama is proposing to block 1.4 million acres of Arctic refuge area from oil and gas drilling. --Roe v. Wade anniversary marks 42 years of legalized abortions. --Planned Parenthood head is proud of its record on abortion. --Secretary of State John Kerry tells Western leaders that it would be an error to blame Muslim's for crimes their faith utterly rejects. --Obama says the global community needs to push a counter narrative to the terrorist radical

A lot of people think the Bible says: “God helps those who help themselves.” It doesn’t. When it comes to salvation, here’s what God really says: we cannot help ourselves. Only He can save. In this message, another lie about God is unmasked.

Part 2 of "Those Who Do Not Learn the Lessons of History." Older Evangelicals who were encouraged to study in Britain and Europe are now encouraging their students to attend continental schools. These younger students now are more radical and disrespectful, not only of God's Word,but ironically of the evangelicals who sent them there, reminiscent of Jesus' Words in Matthew 23:15 "Woe to you scribes and Pharisees, hypocrites! You travel on land and sea to make a disciple, and when you make one, they become twice as much as son of hell as yourself!"

More from Beth Moore Beth Moore made some news a couple of weeks ago when a young woman, aged 22, referred to her as a false teacher. Beth Moore contacted her and exchanged some emails with her trying to understand why. Those emails were made public and were quite telling. The young woman's husband, Briar, contacted me and asked for some guidance in their interaction with Moore. In this program I will discuss a statement that Moore said which indicates she truly does not understand the logical conclusions and biblical gravity of her claims that God speaks to her outside of Scripture.

We finish with part four of our Search the Scriptures Daily classics. Dave and Tom conclude their discussion of biblical prophecy.

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