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Brannon Howse
Brannon Howse
Aired Monday, September 26
Brannon Howse: September 26, 2016
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Topic: Brannon starts the program talking about the power of music mixed with the moving image. Today we are seeing more and more people manipulated by the news, commercials, movies, television programs, and documentaries. A common theme is carefully picked music with carefully chosen images and masking terms that conceal the truth and make evil look good. How can you help your family and friends spot manipulation and lies? Topic: The media seemed all to eager to tell us that the Washington Mall shooter that killed numerous people over the weekend was hispanic. Sorry liberal media, turns out the shooter is reportedly from Turkey and a Muslim. Topic: Should people refuse to shop and go to places where legal, concealed permits are prohibited? Topic: Young people are said to be organizing protests in North Dakota against the oil pipeline. Yet, one college student Brannon spoke to admitted knowing nothing about the issue but wanted in on the protest anyway. Why are so many young people eager to take part in such protests? What will be the consequences of their actions that they then declare to be unjust? Topic: The Washington Post features an article by a student discussing how he was brought to tears by seeing the Black Lives Matter Flag raised next to the American flag on his university campus. Why does this further tell us about the young people of today? Topic: We take your calls. 

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Program #2: Usama exposes the ELCA, document entitled My Neighbor is A Muslim. Usama explains that this document is promoting Chrislam. Usama separates facts from fiction. 

On this edition of PTIB Jimmy DeYoung will talk with Winkie Medad about all of the world leaders at the United Nations attacking the Jewish State of Israel as the villain in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Everybody from the UN Secretary General Ban Ki Moon to Palestinian Authority President Abbas are siding with the Palestinians in this conflict. The consistent complaint is that the Israeli's are "occupying" the Palestinian State; Winkie will define "occupation"; and he will also say that occupation is legal for the Jewish State.

Letters from Louise
We are so thankful for readers who actually care about our souls. It is about time some RCC folks wrote to warn us of our Protestant error.

We can’t expect to always run a smooth race of life when confronted by persecution. So here are some final thoughts from Christ’s last night on handling hatred and misunderstanding when it comes your way. 

Alex Newman is an international freelance journalist, educator and consultant. He has a degree in journalism from the University of Florida and has worked for numerous publications. He is the co-author of the book 'Crimes of the Educators'. As a freelance journalist he writes for The New American.

On October 17-20th U.N. member governments will come together in Quito, Ecuador, to meet regarding the 'New Urban Agenda'. According to Alex, this project is part of the broader U.N agenda. It's 24 pages of nice sounding rhetoric that's essentially the U.N.'s attempt to hijack local governments and use them to impose strict rules in areas of planning, culture, education and basically every facet of life.

On a more specific level, Alex mentioned how the U.N. wants to herd people into what the U.N. refers to as compact 'smart cities'. These would be total surveillance societies. They'll know what time you get on the metro each day, what signs you pass on your way to work, the energy usage in your house and more. All of that data will be collected from these human settlements for their 'smart city' initiative.

The U.N. feels this is in our best interest, will bring about equality and make us more prosperous. Alex believes that when you dig deeper and look through the rhetoric, the official justification becomes the idea of sustainability. If you look at how the U.N. has defined sustainability over the years, they have been honest about how they feel concerning middle class consumption in various areas. In other words, the goal appears to be one of severely constricting the ability of individuals to be able to consume resources. This means government at the local, regional, national and global levels must recognize their responsibility to reorient production and consumption.

Is higher education actually a threat to sustainability? Can people avoid the U.N.'s plans by moving to a rural area? Is over-population somehow tied into this? What is the status of the American Sovereignty Restoration Act? These and other questions are answered when you review this edition of Crosstalk.

ANDY STANLEY & THE OXFORD MOVEMENT
Chris discusses what appears to be the most recent casualty of Rome's Counter Reformation agenda: mega-church pastor, Andy Stanley.  Stanley (who has been getting a lot of attention lately) is now preaching that the Bible is not the foundation of the Christian faith.  Incredibly, the arguments he uses are virtually identical to what the Romish Ritualists taught in the 19th century during the Oxford Movement. They aimed their attacks against the Protestant view of the Bible as the infallible Word of God, saying: "... if a man's faith is pinned to a document, and that document be proved to have flaws in it, away goes his faith."
 

Rich Young Ruler part 9

 

Yesterday we discussed the command from Jesus to the rich young ruler to sell everything he had and deny himself in light of the Seeker Sensitive approach to church. Today we discuss this same statement in light of the controversy over Lordship salvation. Can a person receive Jesus as savior but not Lord?

Part Two: In today’s program, Tom wraps up a two-part series with guest Joe Keim as they address the question: Are the Amish Really Christians?

It's that time of the week for Jimmy DeYoung to have his weekly conversation with Dave James. These two discuss an issue that the Church must have a Biblical prospective of in order to confront this issue in our world today. On PTIB today Jimmy and Dave will discuss where faith comes from; most would say the Bible, but not all; the young preacher in Atlanta, Andy Stanley, says faith does not come from the Bible; this is a very important conversation that you do not want to miss.

The National Anthem of Israel
Please listen in as Pastor Mike preaches this recent sermon from Bethlehem Bible Church titled: "The National Anthem of Israel." Psalm 110 is a key Messianic Psalm that is the basis for the book of Hebrews.

In the previous two programs we have seen “The Need for Christian Evidences”—but what are their limitations?

Dr. John Whitcomb tackles this difficult issue today on “Encounter God’s Truth,” in another message that originated in the auditorium at Appalachian Bible College in Mount Hope, W.V. We thank this good school for allowing us to share it with you.

With help from host Wayne Shepherd, our teacher explains that since God’s Word is true from the beginning to the end, it must be our ultimate authority—even governing how we understand and use apologetics and “Christian Evidences.”

Thank you for listening to and sharing this insightful, faith-building broadcast from Whitcomb Ministries. It is our joy and privilege to meet you weekly on radio and the Internet to communicate this kind of classical Bible teaching. May you be blessed through hearing today!

 

We’re seeing a paradigm shift in this country made all the more prevalent by this week’s rioting in Charlotte, North Carolina.  In this week’s boralogue, John looks at how tolerance and diversity are not practiced by those adamantly preaching it and how toxic and untrue narratives, espoused by the media and politically correct elites, only add more fuel to the fire.

 

How prepared are American armed forces to face the threats of today?  Retired Army officer and Silver Star recipient Major General Bob Scales (www.usni.org) joins us to examine U.S. military readiness and sound strategies in war, and to offer practical solutions that will better enable our soldiers to survive on the battlefield.

 

Continuing our thread on the privatization of the Internet scheduled for the end of September, we welcome Steven Titch (www.heartland.org), Policy Advisor at the Heartland Institute, who discusses our administration’s lack of preparation to reign in potential misuse by ICANN and how this plan could open up the Internet to control by governments not friendly to free speech.

 

College campuses are proving to be a front-line battleground in the war against free speech.  Roger Williams University student and conservative activist William Nardi (www.therabblerouser.org) looks at a new ‘respect policy’ enacted at the University of Nebraska and shows that liberalism is way past out of control in academia.  

 

John’s quote of the week:

“What’s happening now is for people who are black or Hispanic or gay and they leave the politically correct reservation, the vitriol and hatred that pours down upon them is unbelievable.” 

 

As always, join us online for our Section 6 intelligence briefing featuring analysis by John on important stories highlighting emerging geopolitical trends around the world.

Jim Schneider passed along the following stories picked up by numerous news services:

--The first reported case of euthanasia for a minor took place in recently in Belgium.

--Child euthanasia center to open in the Netherlands soon.

--Chinese women in their 7th, 8th and even 9th month of pregnancy are being taken from their homes and strapped to tables where doctors abort their unborn children.

--A bill currently under review by the D.C. Council would legalize physician assisted suicide.

--Republican Oklahoma Senator James Lankford introduced a nationwide ban on dismemberment abortions (S-3306).

--A new abortion facility in Oklahoma City hopes to perform 1,500 abortions during their first year of business.

--The House Select Panel on Infant Lives has voted to hold a fetal tissue procurement company in contempt of Congress for stonewalling its investigation into the harvesting and sale of aborted baby body parts.

--Gloria Steinem supports abortion because she believes forced child birth is the single biggest cause of global warming.

--70% of the Charlotte rioters are allegedly coming from outside the state.

--A CNN reporter was assaulted during a live shot at the Charlotte riots.

--A photographer was allegedly unconscious during the Charlotte riots as people tried tossing him into a fire.

--The Massachusetts Supreme Court dismissed the gun conviction of a black man arrested by Boston police ruling that his fleeing from officers can be considered legitimate given the fear black males have of being racially profiled.

--Louis Farrakhan tells President Obama that he failed to to what he should have done in reference to people in Chicago.

--The top executive of a Dallas, Texas, fraternal police group is suing a collection of prominent individuals and an organization that advocates violence against cops for their alleged incitement to commit racial violence against police officers throughout the U.S.

--President Obama speaks troubling words to the U.N. General Assembly, particularly in regard to climate change.

--The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development has issued a new regulation that requires all shelters or housing facilities that receive federal funding to let transgender individuals have access to those shelters or facilities based on their gender identity rather than their biological sex.

--Beginning November 1st, all sailors will be required to undergo transgender behavioral education.

--Seattle's Children's Hospital will be opening a gender clinic next month so that adolescents as young as 8 years old can receive access to services such as puberty blockers, hormone therapy and mental health support.

--A federal judge has dismissed a challenge to a North Carolina law that says magistrates with religious objections can refuse to marry same-sex couples.

--A California law allows convicted sex offenders to volunteer on public school campuses with written permission from school officials.

--6 Democratic lawmakers have written the secretary of the Department of Veterans Affairs urging the removal of a rule banning VA coverage of sex-transition surgeries for veterans.

--A superior court judge in Arizona has adopted the position that gay rights outweigh the First Amendment protection for the free exercise of religion.

--If you are an uninsured American who has yet to sign up for Obamacare, you may be receiving a letter from the IRS this year suggesting that you enroll.

--An internal Obama administration e-mail shows immigration officials may be working overtime to swear in as many new citizen voters as possible for the upcoming election.

--California Governor Jerry Brown is considering whether to sign a bill that would allow tens of thousands of incarcerated felons to vote while continuing to deny the vote to others.

--The Obama administration opposes states verifying citizenship status of registered voters.

--Tuesday evening the Senate voted to proceed to the continuing resolution a bill that would allegedly fund the government until December 9th. The only problem is that the bill that they voted on hasn't been drafted yet.

--McDonald's outsources the jobs of 70 white collar professionals in Ohio to foreign H-1B workers.

--Texas says they are withdrawing from the U.S. refugee resettlement program.

--Billionaire George Soros is pledging to invest up to 500 million dollars in start-ups, established companies, social impact initiatives and businesses started by refugees and migrants.

--Migrants flood into Italy while the number of Italians moving from their home country more than doubled between 2010 and 2014

--President Obama tells the U.N. that Israel cannot permanently occupy 'Palestinian land'.

--King Abdullah of Jordan warns Israel that they will be in a sea of hatred if they don't accept a Palestinian state.

--Any of the continuing resolutions that would claim not to want to give away the Internet to the U.N. or some other international authority may be dead on arrival.

--The Wausau, Wisconsin, school board will be holding a meeting this Monday at 5pm about putting rules into effect that would bring the whole transgender issue not only into rest rooms, locker rooms and showers but to overnight field trips as well.

--Hundreds of school districts across the nation have taken a pledge to pronounce the names of students correctly to avoid the micro-aggression of mispronunciation.

--Illinois Senator Dick Durbin is threatening to shut down government if they try to pass a continuing resolution that would stop them from giving away the Internet to an international body.

Rich Young Ruler part 8

Jesus looked at the rich young ruler and said, "One thing you lack, go and sell all you possess and give it to the poor and you will have treasure in heaven, and come, follow Me." This wasn't very seeker sensitive of Jesus. In fact, with a philosophy such as this, Jesus would fail any church growth class in just about any seminary today.

Topic: Brannon starts the program talking about the power of music mixed with the moving image. Today we are seeing more and more people manipulated by the news, commercials, movies, television programs, and documentaries. A common theme is carefully picked music with carefully chosen images and masking terms that conceal the truth and make evil look good. How can you help your family and friends spot manipulation and lies? Topic: The media seemed all to eager to tell us that the Washington Mall shooter that killed numerous people over the weekend was hispanic. Sorry liberal media, turns out the shooter is reportedly from Turkey and a Muslim. Topic: Should people refuse to shop and go to places where legal, concealed permits are prohibited? Topic: Young people are said to be organizing protests in North Dakota against the oil pipeline. Yet, one college student Brannon spoke to admitted knowing nothing about the issue but wanted in on the protest anyway. Why are so many young people eager to take part in such protests? What will be the consequences of their actions that they then declare to be unjust? Topic: The Washington Post features an article by a student discussing how he was brought to tears by seeing the Black Lives Matter Flag raised next to the American flag on his university campus. Why does this further tell us about the young people of today? Topic: We take your calls. 

Series: With the Master is Fullness of Joy

Lesson: 24

Title: Four Keys to Contentment

Passage: Philippians 4:10-13

Description: One of the lies in our age is that contentment in life is dependent on my circumstances or the people in my life. One of the most important lessons we can learn early in life and teach to our children is this: If I am not satisfied with what I have, I will never be satisfied with what I want. In this lesson we will consider what contentment is along with how to lay hold of it and keep it. Paul will give us four wonderful keys to contentment in this lesson.

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