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Brannon Howse
Brannon Howse
Aired Tuesday, September 27
Brannon Howse: September 27, 2016
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Guest: Justin Peters. Topic: David Platt, President of the Southern Baptist Convention International Mission Board declares a man was raised from the dead in Asia. Listen as Brannon reads the words of Platt and right away anyone with common sense starts to see a real problem and contradiction. Then there is the Biblical aspect as Brannon and Justin discuss. Topic: The SBC seems to have gone all in on Word of Faith theology minus tongues. Topic: Hear the latest troubling tweet from SBC darling Beth Moore. Topic: According to reports on Peter Wagner who has installed so-called prophets and apostles, he is really sick and in the hospital. If these apostles can heal, why have they not healed Wagner? Topic: Brannon starts out the program with his thoughts on the first debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. 

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Today on PTIB Jimmy DeYoung will talk with Bob Maginnis at the Pentagon in Washington, who will give us an up-date on geo-political events around this world that seem to be setting the stage for the scenario for the last days that is found in Bible Prophecy. Jimmy and Bob will discuss Bob's new book, "Future War"; the UNGA focus on Israel; why that UNGA focus should have been on Iran and Islamic State; Russia getting ready to send their only aircraft carrier to the coast of Syria; Obama's North Korean policy that is failing; and Russia and China holding naval military exercises in the South China Sea.

Don Green Interview

Don offers the lastest, “What is in Pastor Don’s craw?” Don is a Pastor at http://www.truthcommunitychurch.org

Dr. Andy Woods is the senior pastor of Sugar Land Bible Church and a full professor at the College of Biblical Studies in Houston where he teaches Bible and theology. Andy has contributed to many theological journals and Christian books and speaks on a variety of topics at Christian conferences. He is the author of 'The Middle East Meltdown: The Coming Islamic Invasion of Israel'.

'The Middle East Meltdown' gives much attention to Ezekiel chapters 38 and 39. Dr. Woods described how Ezekiel has 3 parts to it. Chapters 1-24 are about condemnation against Judah which was in captivity at the time Ezekiel had his prophecies. Chapters 25-32 are about condemnation of the surrounding nations that come against Israel. Chapters 33-48 (after Jerusalem had finally fallen under Nebuchadnezzar) are prophecies of hope and restoration. This is the section that mentions the nations that will come against Israel. However, even when Israel doesn't have a friend in the world, God intervenes to protect his chosen people and through them establish his long awaited covenant and kingdom programs.

What can we take away from Christ's return? Dr. Woods believes that God is not going to 'switch horses in mid-stream'. In other words, if God fulfilled his word with exact precision using an exact timetable related to the first advent, why wouldn't he do that in regard to Christ's second advent? In fact, Dr. Woods noted that when you study the 70 weeks prophecy, Jesus came into Jerusalem right on time. Although he's not a date setter, Dr. Woods feels that in God's timetable, everything will happen according to His exact timing.

Who are the major players in this end time drama? Dr. Woods indicated that when you borrow from ancient sources such as Josephus, Herodotus and others, what you discover is that a lot of the names that Ezekiel mentions are in the table of nations going back to Genesis 10. Genesis 10 is a record of where Noah's descendants settled and you'll find most of those names there. So using scholarly sources we can see where these people groups were existing in the time of Ezekiel and he believes the modern nations containing these names will be some of the key players in the end-times drama. For example, Put is Libya, Cush is the Sudan, Persia is Iran, Magog is Central Asia, Rosh is Russia and Meshek, Tubal, Gomer and Togarmah relate to Turkey.

Psalm 83 even talks about a war. Is this the same war as that mentioned in Ezekiel 38? Psalm 83 is a psalm of Asaph that mentions nations closer to the boundary of Israel than those of Ezekiel 38. Some have speculated there will be a Psalm 83 war and that's a war that will increase Israel's territory leading to peace and prosperity in Israel. That, in turn, sets the stage for the Ezekiel 38-39 war.

Dr. Woods is of the opinion that Psalm 83 is actually not a prophecy at all but rather an imprecatory prayer where the psalmist is calling judgment down on Israel's perennial enemies. If it is a war, he sees it happening concurrently with Ezekiel 38 and 39 and not something that's different.

This covers the 'who' aspect of end-time events described in Ezekiel. Review this edition of Crosstalk and you'll hear Dr. Woods complete the picture as best we can at this point in history as he discusses the 'why' and 'how' aspects, the Obama/Iran connection and much more.

 

Rich Young Ruler, part 10

 

We continue our discussion today regarding Lordship salvation. Is, as most evangelicals assert, sanctification a separate event from regeneration? Can people receive Jesus as Savior but not as Lord? We will discuss 3 New Testament passages that emphatically teach that this is not possible.

Program #3: Usama exposes the ELCA, document entitled My Neighbor is A Muslim. Usama explains that this document is promoting Chrislam. Usama separates facts from fiction. 

When we speak a word of witness for Christ, we can know that some are ready to believe. That’s because the Holy Spirit works in the hearts of those the Father is drawing to Himself.  

CODEX SINAITICUS REVISITED
Chris reviews some of the important details surrounding the Codex Sinaiticus in light of new research being done by others who have been investigating the controversy -- in particular, author David Daniels.  Many Christians today are
unaware of the great importance of the Sinai manuscript in the history of the Bible, and how so many modern theories about the text of the New Testament are derived from its pages, along with those of the Codex Vaticanus.  If (as a
growing number of researchers have come to believe) the codex proves to be a nineteenth century creation, rather than an ancient work, it would undoubtedly turn the world of modern textual criticism upside down.
 

Guest: Justin Peters. Topic: David Platt, President of the Southern Baptist Convention International Mission Board declares a man was raised from the dead in Asia. Listen as Brannon reads the words of Platt and right away anyone with common sense starts to see a real problem and contradiction. Then there is the Biblical aspect as Brannon and Justin discuss. Topic: The SBC seems to have gone all in on Word of Faith theology minus tongues. Topic: Hear the latest troubling tweet from SBC darling Beth Moore. Topic: According to reports on Peter Wagner who has installed so-called prophets and apostles, he is really sick and in the hospital. If these apostles can heal, why have they not healed Wagner? Topic: Brannon starts out the program with his thoughts on the first debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. 

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?

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