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Brannon Howse
Brannon Howse
Aired Thursday, May 21
Brannon Howse: May 21, 2015
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Does the grace of God cover unborn and born infants and small children that die before they are able to understand faith, repentance, the sinful depravity of man, and the holiness of God? Today Brannon examines numerous passages of Scripture that reveal how God sees these children and why we can take comfort that these children belong to God and are in His care for eternity. Topic: We take your calls.

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The Department of Justice has announced that it will send millions of dollars to various community activist groups to combat urban crime and reduce tensions between racial minorities and police. Could this backfire and actually create more unrest by funding many of the so-called community organizers responsible for fomenting anti-police sentiment in cities across America? Another headline indicated that sheriff deputies and special operations troops are reportedly teaming up for special exercises in South Carolina. Is this a Posse Comitatus Act violation?

Ancient Rome had executions down to a science. No one they killed ever lived again…until Jesus was crucified. When God raised Him from the dead, His resurrection guaranteed that those who believe in Him will one day rise as well.

Ken Timmerman, located in the Washington area, is a Broadcast Partner with Jimmy DeYoung, who covers geo-political events around the world for Prophecy Today. Jimmy and Ken will today discuss his reflections on the US-ME Summit, held at Camp David in Maryland, and the fact that many of the Arab leaders invited did not show up; an Iranian official who said that the Saudi King Salman is a "traitor"; Russia is going to sell Egypt S-300's and the White House is concerned about the report of the use of chemical weapons in Syria.

Does the grace of God cover unborn and born infants and small children that die before they are able to understand faith, repentance, the sinful depravity of man, and the holiness of God? Today Brannon examines numerous passages of Scripture that reveal how God sees these children and why we can take comfort that these children belong to God and are in His care for eternity. Topic: We take your calls.

Moses in the Koran versus the Biblical truth (Program #24)

Today on PTIB Jimmy DeYoung has two of his Broadcast Partner's with different reports for the broadcast. Dr Rob Congdon will give us an EU Update, including a conversation on the reality that "Anti-semitism" is at critical mass in Europe. But first, Itamar Marcus will discuss with Jimmy the Palestinian perspective on "Jerusalem Day". They will also discuss the reasons that the Palestinians consider May 14, 1948 as "catastrophe day".

discussion included: --Sweden offers taxpayer funded benefits to lure alienated jihadists home. --Australian prime minister closes the door to Muslims who join ISIS. --The F.B.I. is 'handcuffed' from monitoring Muslim extremists in mosques as a result of guidelines put out by the U.S. attorney general early this year. --ISIS Muslims in Palmyra slaughter 9 children. --Canadians arrest 10 youths suspected of wanting to join ISIS. --This past year marked the worst level of persecution in modern times. --Hillary Clinton now willing to let investigators see her e-mails. --ISIS distributing disturbing photos of well known Roman sites claiming that they are already present in the capital. --After years of relative silence, the White House steps up warnings about terrorists on U.S. soil.

The love of God was put on display when Jesus died on the cross for our sins. Christ’s sacrifice was visible that day in Jerusalem, and today it’s visible by faith to those who trust Him for the salvation His death purchased.

Jay Seegert is the co-founder, executive director and principal lecturer for the Creation Education Center. He holds degrees in physics and engineering and has been lecturing on creation/evolution and the authority of Scripture for over 26 years. He is author of the newly released, 'Creation & Evolution: Compatible or in Conflict?'

Biblically Refuting Annihilationism (Part Two) Annihilationists believe that a person goes to hell for a period of time and then is annihilated. In part two we look at Matthew 25:46 that declares: Then they will go away to eternal punishment, but the righteous to eternal life. The word here for eternal is the Greek word aionios and means without end. How can someone go into eternal punishment if they are annihilated? Brannon explains the verbal gymnastics annihilationists have to be involved in to distort Matthew 25:46. If hell is not eternal then heaven is not eternal and God is not eternal because it is all the same Greek word that is used to described heaven, hell. and God. Topic: When unbelievers die now do they go to hell or to a holding place? What is the difference between Sheol (Hebrew), Hades (Greek), and Gehenna (Greek)?Topic: Why is the final place of torment called Gehenna? Topic: Is there any difference between hell and the lake of fire? When are unbelievers cast into the lake of fire? Topic: In part one we looked at the Greek meaning of the word destroy in the New Testament. What is the meaning of the word destroy in Hebrew in the Old Testament? Why can this word not be used to justify annihilationism? Topic: What about the fire of hell described in Matthew 3:12, Luke 3:17, and Revelation 14:11? Is this a fire that consumes or annihilates? Are the flames eternal while those in the flames are eventually annihilated? Topic: We take your calls.

Profaning the Sacrifice of Christ–Ransom Theory Was Christ’s ransom paid to Satan? Does Satan own sinners? Is penal substitution compatible with the Ransom or Fishhook theory?

Moses in the Koran versus the Biblical truth (Program #23)

Today on PTIB Jimmy DeYoung will focus on "Jerusalem Day" from a Jewish perspective with Winkie Medad. Jerusalem Day is the day, each year, that the Jews celebrate the re-unifaction of Jerusalem, on June 7,1967, during the "Six-Day War. Winkie will share with Jimmy some very interesting facts behind how this all happened. They will also look to the future and God's plan for the Holy City and the Jewish people.

Vic's late father once wrote a poem entitled, 'The Modernist Preacher Entering Hell.' Vic's reading of this poem sets the tone for this broadcast. It's a fitting contrast to the news regarding a promotion from Fuller Theological Seminary as they draw theologians together for the 'Rethinking Hell' conference June 18th-20th.

Christ’s defining moment was His death on the cross—a horrific price paid for our salvation. And for that, we must be eternally grateful.

The Need For Preaching–Part 2 Pastor Mike countess to answer the following questions: Where are all the preachers today? Why is preaching so important? What should the message be about? What should you do if your church doesn’t preach the Word?

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