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Today on PTIB Jimmy DeYoung will interview the "Dinosaur Man", the man who is responsible for all the displays of dinosaurs at the Creation Museum and the Ark Encounter. His real name is Buddy Davis, an adventurer, scientist, author and builder of dinosaur models. Jimmy and Buddy will discuss if  Noah's Ark was large enough for dinosaurs; are all dinosaurs large animals; how did the dinosaurs disappear from the Earth; and were dragons real. This is a very interesting program.

In Jerusalem, some new believers insisted that converts to the Christian faith continue to observe Jewish laws. The conflict was sharp, and Paul had to settle an argument that put the outreach of the Gospel at risk.  

Last evening's presidential debate in Las Vegas, Nevada, held the fourth largest audience of any such debate, although not included were estimates for PBS and some smaller cable networks along with those watching via Internet streaming.


In case you missed the debate, Jim presented some recap information from various sources which included some of the questions and topics along with answers from the candidates. Questions/topics included:


--Supreme Court appointments and interpretation of the Constitution--Did the founders mean what they said about the Constitution or is it a 'living document'?

--Trump was asked if he'd like to see the Supreme Court overturn Roe v. Wade. Clinton was asked why she voted against a ban on partial birth abortion.

--Both candidates stated their positions on immigration and the economy.

--Trump's alleged past groping and kissing of women without their consent.

--Agitators who are allegedly from the Clinton camp causing violence at Trump events.

--Clinton was asked that at the time of her Senate confirmation she promised no conflict of interest with the Clinton Foundation but donors had special access. Did she keep her pledge?

--Both candidates also commented on the national debt.

Jim also noted a report indicating that news organizations have devoted minimal or no coverage to the revelations contained in an FBI report on Clinton's e-mail scandal. There's also the Project Veritas undercover videos that reveal a democrat operative bragging that his party has been rigging elections for 50 years and admitting that his agents and cohorts are purposely starting anarchy by creating conflict engagement in lines at Trump events.

Another video reveals Robert Creamer, a consultant with close ties to the Clinton campaign, discussing methods of committing large-scale voter fraud. He has reportedly visited the White House 342 times, including meetings in the Oval Office and the family residence of the Obama's.

Perhaps the biggest story from this debate surrounds Trump's refusal to say that he will accept the election results now but instead will look at it at that time. The major media seems outraged by this with Clinton calling his response, 'horrifying'. She believes that as a nation with free and fair elections, we accept the outcomes even when we don't like them. As Jim noted, that wasn't the case with Al Gore when he was running against George Bush. Jim highlighted this point by playing audio of Al Gore, as well as audio from former President Jimmy Carter, who in an interview in 2014, insisted that Bush didn't win the presidency.

There's much more, including comments from callers, when you review this election edition of Crosstalk.

Speaking to the Mountain


I've received several emails over the years asking me about Mark 11:23 in which Jesus appears to say that we can speak to a mountain and command it to be cast into the sea and as long as we do not doubt in our hearts, that it will do just that. Is this biblical evidence for the Word-Faith/N.A.R. doctrine known as Positive Confession? Do we as believers have the authority to command inanimate objects to do our bidding?

Topic: Do you know the real reason for the war in Syria? The liberal media tells us it is a civil war but all the facts point to a war over oil and gas. The interesting players that have formed a coalition are also some of the nations mentioned in Ezekiel 38 that form a military coalition to move against Israel for her treasure that could indeed be oil. Today Brannon explains how Russia, Syria, and Iran are working together and are united in their quest for oil distribution through Syria. Topic: Has the U.S. and some of it allies, such as Saudi Arabia, funded ISIS in order to take out Assad, the leader of Syria, so a pipeline can run through Syria? Topic: Why does it seem that so many of our wars come back to money and the U.S. military being used to further the objectives of corporations and big business? Topic: We take your calls. 

Program #20 Usama exposes the ELCA, document entitled My Neighbor is A Muslim. Usama explains that this document is promoting Chrislam. Usama separates facts from fiction. 

Symptoms of False Doctrine (Part 2)

JC Ryle’s works are excellent and timely as well. Using Scripture, how did Ryle warn the church? What he said in the late 1800s is still relevant today.  Listen in as Pastor Mike continues to talk about these topics.

Program #19 Usama exposes the ELCA, document entitled My Neighbor is A Muslim. Usama explains that this document is promoting Chrislam. Usama separates facts from fiction. 

For those of you interested in the Middle East, you do not want to miss this next 15 minutes of PTIB. Jimmy DeYoung and his guest, Dave Dolan, will discuss a Middle East News Update in their conversation which will include the background on the story of UNESCO, an agency of the UN, voting to say that there is no connection between the Temple Mount in Jerusalem and the Jewish people; a report on the Jewish Feast Days, Feast of Tabernacles,; and the resignation of Dore Gold, a personal friend of Dave's, who until recently was the Director General of the Foreign Ministry of Israel.

Symptoms of False Doctrine (Part 1)
JC Ryle’s works are excellent and timely as well. Using Scripture, how did Ryle warn the church? What he said in the late 1800s is still relevant today.

The Apostle Paul rejected the counsel of his peers and went back to Jerusalem after completing two missionary journeys. His determination to settle a church split there drove him into hardship, and eventually, execution in Rome.

Outside of their day-to-day comings and goings, people are far too often oblivious to what's taking place in the world. Sadly, many Christians are like this as well with some attending church, coming home and not paying any attention to the things of God or even their own faith until the following Sunday.

While America carries on that routine, there are many people who are being killed each month due to their faith in Christ. Christian churches and properties are destroyed. Others are arrested with some put in prison and even beaten or raped due to their faith.

Joining Crosstalk to discuss this issue was David Curry. David is the president and CEO of Open Doors, a nonprofit organization focused on serving persecuted Christians in over 60 countries.

Not only does David think that most Americans don't know about persecution happening to Christians worldwide, he also believes most Christians in America don't even know. He feels that people don't want to know because if they don't know, their senses won't be assaulted. Adding to this is the fact that the media pays little attention to it. From a media perspective it can seem episodic, with an incident here and there, so people think if they're not hearing about it on CNN, then it's not happening. Unfortunately it is occurring and in pernicious ways throughout the world. Government may be at the heart of the problem while at other times it may be due to extremist groups. Whatever the cause, David believes there are about five or six major factors driving persecution.

Open Doors ranks about 60 nations as the most difficult places on earth to be a Christian. One is North Korea where people worship the current leader as well as those of the past. They imprison people for owning Bibles, they've killed people for talking about Jesus and there are no open and free churches in the entire nation.

The good news, according to David, is that there are 400,000 followers of Jesus in North Korea. The church of Jesus Christ is there and still surviving although we also know there's at least 70,000 that are in labor camps because of their faith.

In China, David noted that there are elements of the government that understand the importance of the Christian church due to its moral component. Also, in the northwest part of the country they're facing the problem of controlling radical Islamic elements.

David went on to comment about the vigilante-style 'justice' of Islamic extremism showing up in Germany and Pakistan, the International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church on November 6th, the numbness of modern Christians to the persecuted church, comments from Crosstalk listeners and more.

Program #18 Usama exposes the ELCA, document entitled My Neighbor is A Muslim. Usama explains that this document is promoting Chrislam. Usama separates facts from fiction. 

Nate Pickowicz On Reviving New England (Part 2)

Nate discusses his new book, “Reviving New England."


Wherever the Gospel has gone, light has burst forth into the culture. But sometimes that light is extinguished. Take a tour of the sites of the seven churches of Revelation in what is now Turkey. All of them are long gone. What happened?

While the media seems obsessed with old Donald Trump audio recordings from 2005, at the same time very little coverage has been given to the coverage of the barrage of WikiLeaks releases, the Clinton e-mails or mails from those closely linked to Secretary Clinton.

Some 32,000 e-mails were deleted. Instead of covering the content of those e-mails, the media seems more concerned with who hacked the e-mails.

Joining Jim to discuss this issue was Robert Romano. Robert is the senior editor of Americans for Limited Government.

Robert began by making a comparison between what took place in Watergate and what we do know concerning Secretary Clinton and the e-mail scandal. In Watergate, President Nixon was tying to withhold tapes from Congress because Congress had subpoenaed them. Congress wanted those tapes because they believed Nixon was complicit in having obstructed justice regarding the break-in of the Watergate Hotel in Washington, D.C.

A staff attorney for the House Judiciary Committee was Hillary Rodham. She argued in a draft memo that Nixon couldn't invoke the doctrine of executive privilege pursuant to congressional subpoenas. The Supreme Court unanimously agreed, therefore it was determined that Nixon could not reject a congressional subpoena.

Robert believes it must have been a shock to Secretary Clinton when WikiLeaks released an e-mail from John Podesta (Clinton's presidential campaign chairman), pursuant to her private e-mail server, where Podesta was wondering if any e-mails from President Obama to Congress should be withheld. He was arguing that e-mails from the president to the secretary come under executive privilege which is the very argument that Clinton rejected when she was working with the Watergate committee.

Robert went on to note that there are 18 e-mails between Clinton and Obama that are missing that the State Department has commented on. The subpoena came on March 4th and according to WikiLeaks we know which e-mails they were discussing that they wanted to delete. Weeks later they were allegedly using BleachBit to destroy the e-mail servers that were under subpoena. Even the FBI agreed to destroy Clinton staffer laptops after they also agreed to only look at e-mails up to January 31, 2015. Why would the Justice Department agree to that? Why did they destroy the evidence afterward? This would appear to be obstruction of justice.

Jim commented that perhaps President Obama wasn't aware that Secretary Clinton was using a private server. Robert believes he did know and that he was using a pseudonym. You can tell from the domain name that it wasn't going to '' and that instead mail was going to Secretary Clinton's private server. This means President Obama lied yet he came out publicly and said he learned about it by reading the news when he was aware of it the entire time.

What was in those exchanges? One can only wonder, but since the Clinton e-mails were destroyed after the congressional subpoena was issued, that means we have destruction of evidence in a federal case that was under FBI investigation. In addition, the Justice Department was complicit in it.

So now we have FBI agents coming forward and communicating that James Comey lied concerning the unanimity of FBI agents who supposedly exonerated Secretary Clinton. Robert indicated that the FBI agents apparently thought there was a good case to be brought against her. Now there's complaining that the case didn't go to a grand jury to discuss the evidence, the fact that her house was never searched and other steps that normally would have been taken in a case that rises to this level. Apparently some of these steps were avoided as a favor to Secretary Clinton.

So where is the mainstream media on this case, the same media that was instrumental in bringing down President Nixon? This is just one of many questions permeating the air as election day draws closer. Join Jim and Robert as they attempt to bring as much clarity as possible to this multi-faceted scandal.