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Brannon Howse
Brannon Howse
Aired Wednesday, August 26
Brannon Howse: August 26, 2015
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Topic: Brannon spends the first part of the program talking about why he has been watching documentaries on the Nazi holocaust why he believes such an event can and will happen again as predicted in the Bible. Brannon explains the demonic and Satanic agenda behind the hatred of the Jews as well as true Bible believing Christians. Topic: Brannon explains how in the past Jews and Christians were persecuted by people claiming to be religious and this will happen again as a Religious Reich will relentlessly persecutes Jews and Christians as predicted in the Bible. Topic: Many people claim to love the nation of Israel and the Jewish people but if they really love the Jewish people they would share the gospel with them. Many pro-family groups and conservative groups raise millions of dollars talking about the Jewish people and claiming to advocate on their behalf but do they even understand why the Jewish people are so precious to God and do they even understand what the Bible says is the plan of God for bringing the Jewish nation to repentance? Do these groups even understand why anti-semitism is rising and the Satanic agenda behind such hatred? Topic: Brannon then plays a few minutes of a TV program hosted by Justin Peters in which he interviews Jim Osman on whether or not a Christian can be demon possessed. Topic: We take your calls.

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Topic: Brannon spends the first part of the program talking about why he has been watching documentaries on the Nazi holocaust why he believes such an event can and will happen again as predicted in the Bible. Brannon explains the demonic and Satanic agenda behind the hatred of the Jews as well as true Bible believing Christians. Topic: Brannon explains how in the past Jews and Christians were persecuted by people claiming to be religious and this will happen again as a Religious Reich will relentlessly persecutes Jews and Christians as predicted in the Bible. Topic: Many people claim to love the nation of Israel and the Jewish people but if they really love the Jewish people they would share the gospel with them. Many pro-family groups and conservative groups raise millions of dollars talking about the Jewish people and claiming to advocate on their behalf but do they even understand why the Jewish people are so precious to God and do they even understand what the Bible says is the plan of God for bringing the Jewish nation to repentance? Do these groups even understand why anti-semitism is rising and the Satanic agenda behind such hatred? Topic: Brannon then plays a few minutes of a TV program hosted by Justin Peters in which he interviews Jim Osman on whether or not a Christian can be demon possessed. Topic: We take your calls.

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