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Brannon Howse
Brannon Howse
Aired Tuesday, July 26
Brannon Howse: July 26, 2016
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Dr. John Whitcomb joins us for another installment of Ask Dr. John. Question: If the Genesis flood covered the world, why have so few human fossils been found? Question: What did Solomon mean in Ecclesiastes 12:12? Question: Who are the “eunuchs” that Jesus referred to in Matthew 19:12?Question: How could the Apostle Paul be "crucified with Christ" (Gal. 2:20)? Question: Why did Christ ask Peter three times: "Do you love Me?" (John 21:15-17)? Question: How can we understand the book of Revelation? Question: What is your evaluation of our choices in the presidential election? Question: How can we prepare our children for new school year? Question: There are so many tragedies occurring right now.  Do these have any prophetic significance? Question: From the very beginning of human history, God required blood sacrifices (Gen. 4:4). Was the law written down before it became part of the law of Moses?  

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Flaming arrows of doubt sometimes come our way, challenging our faith and making us question if God is truly good. We need the shield of faith to deflect these arrows, but how are we supposed to use this piece of spiritual armor?

Yesterday Crosstalk looked at the effect of Islamization in Europe. From that perspective it's easy for some in the U.S. to claim there's nothing for us to be concerned about because the problem is on the other side of the Atlantic. Besides, we have a constitutional republic that would never allow for Shariah law.

Those excuses collapse under the simple reminder of incidents like 9-11, what occurred in Little Rock, Arkansas, Fort Hood, the Boston Marathon bombing, Chattanooga, Tennessee, and the San Bernardino incident.

For discussion regarding Islamization in our nation, Jim welcomed back Soeren Kern. Soeren is a distinguished senior fellow of the Gatestone Institute, a non-partisan, not-for-profit international policy council and think tank dedicated to educating the public about the institutions of democracy and the rule of law, human rights, a free and strong economy, a military capable of ensuring peace at home and in the free world, energy independence and insuring the public stay informed of threats to our individual liberty, sovereignty and free speech. Soeren is also a senior analyst for Transatlantic Relations at the Strategic Studies Group. He specializes in European politics as well as U.S. and European defense and security related issues. He is a regular commentator about European politics and transatlantic relations. He is a dual citizen of the United States and Germany.

There are those like President Obama who claim that Islam has always been part of America's heritage. Soeren believes that such statements are an attempt by political elites across the Western world to 'mainstream' Islam and make it appear that there's nothing inherently unique to Islam compared to any other religious group. However, the earliest mosque in America was founded in North Dakota in 1929 making Islam's history in our nation a very short one.

The population of Muslims in the U.S. is said to be anywhere from 2.5 to 5 million depending upon the source. What's more important to Soeren is where this is going. He cited the Pew Research Foundation that recently published a story about the rise of Islam around the world and it indicated that Islam would be the second largest religion in the U.S. by 2050. This means there would be more Muslims than Jews in America.

The driving force for the advancement of Islam in the U.S. began with Muslims who were college educated. In the last 10-15 years we've seen a migration of Muslims from a lower socio-economic level. Driving this latter fact is the situation in the Middle East but there's also another factor. Within Islam is the concept of Hijra. That involves jihad through migration which was expressed by Mohammed as the duty of every Muslim.

Soeren also noted that the Islamic impact in our education system is part of the broader multi-culturalism movement. This movement believes all cultures are equal therefore we are told we need to understand Islam and one of the ways to do that is to help the younger generations accept Islam as a normal feature of American society.

As the program continues, Soeren discussed the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), House Resolution 569 that attempts to shut down any criticism of Islam, Islam's goal for our judicial system, the Syrian refugees coming to America, the phenomenon of 'Chrislam', ISIS training camps in the U.S. and much more.

The Good Fruit of Godly Sorrow, part 14

In today's program we look at Paul's exclamation of "What longing." The Corinthians were longing to have their relationship with Paul restored. But their sin against him was quite serious. What does this teach us about restoring broken relationships?

Originally AIRED JULY 1, 2014

Guest: Dr. John Whitcomb. Ask Dr. John. Question: What is the significance and purpose of millennial sacrifices, as compared and contrasted with the significance and purpose of tribulation sacrifices? Question: What will happen to the children of the unsaved in the rapture? Will there be children on earth during the tribulation? Question: I look forward to the return of Christ, but I have a historicist view of end times and do not believe in a pre-trib rapture, though I know we will be raptured. Is this a significant difference? Question: Does Gen. 20 to 22 show progressive sanctification taking place in the life of Abraham? Question: Why did God strike Uzzah dead for touching the Ark of the Covenant (1 Chron. 13:10)? Question: If God gave someone “over to a debased mind” (Rom. 1:28, NKJV), would it be futile for us to sew seed or witness to them? Question: What is meant by Col. 1:24, especially the phrase "fill up in my flesh what is lacking in the afflictions of Christ” (NKJV)? Topic: We take your calls.

Many of our listeners have told us here at Prophecy Today Intelligence Briefing that you really benefit listening to Dave Dolan's Middle East News Up-date, with the latest information coming out of that region of our world. Today on PTIB Jimmy DeYoung will receive MENU from Dave, a report that brings better into focus the current events that are setting the stage for Bible Prophecy to be fulfilled. Jimmy and Dave will discuss the Iranian Nuclear Deal, one year on; an Iranian-made drone entering into Israeli air space; Hamas is operating Summer Camps in the Gaza Strip, training children with the skills of the adult military, under live-fire; and Egyptian President Al SIsi wants to break the deadlock in the Israeli-Palestinian Peace Process.

GALATIANS & THE OTHER GOSPEL
Chris discusses the Epistle of Paul to the Galatian Church and the apostle's warning of those who come preaching "another gospel."  In the world today, there are those who preach many paths to God, and who blend Christianity in with Paganism. Paul's warning is just as valid today as it was two thousand years ago.
 

Dr. John Whitcomb joins us for another installment of Ask Dr. John. Question: If the Genesis flood covered the world, why have so few human fossils been found? Question: What did Solomon mean in Ecclesiastes 12:12? Question: Who are the “eunuchs” that Jesus referred to in Matthew 19:12?Question: How could the Apostle Paul be "crucified with Christ" (Gal. 2:20)? Question: Why did Christ ask Peter three times: "Do you love Me?" (John 21:15-17)? Question: How can we understand the book of Revelation? Question: What is your evaluation of our choices in the presidential election? Question: How can we prepare our children for new school year? Question: There are so many tragedies occurring right now.  Do these have any prophetic significance? Question: From the very beginning of human history, God required blood sacrifices (Gen. 4:4). Was the law written down before it became part of the law of Moses?  

Revealing the Truth About Islam (Program #111)

The Iranian Nuke Deal is one year old and people still believe that Iran can produce a nuclear WMD in a very short time, which is the subject under discussion between Jimmy DeYoung and Ken Timmerman on today's edition of PTIB. Jimmy and Ken will speak about the "quick path to that WMD", as part of a secret deal between the US and Iran; Iran says they are ready to confront America on the follow-up of the deal; Iran says the the US can do nothing about that confrontation; and Syrian President Assad is saying that Turkish President Erdogan is exploiting the failed coup attempt of his country.

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The Pope surely is not ignorant of what his “church” teaches. Why does he not uphold that?

 

Christians have a defense to ward off Satan’s fiery darts. We can use what the Apostle Paul calls “the shield of faith.” But how do we use this piece of the armor of God, and how does a strong faith block Satan’s arrows?  

Islam is advancing rapidly in Europe as well as here in the United States. As a result there's been an increase in crime and religious conflict that's been escalating at alarming proportions. Government organizations as well as the media often cover these incidents up because they claim such individuals merely have a distorted view of Islam. After all, to them, Islam is a religion of peace. This shows that leaders in Europe as well as the U.S. continue to drink at the well of complacency on this topic therefore little is accomplished in terms of slowing much less halting the advance of Islam.

Joining Jim to discuss this disturbing trend was Soeren Kern. Soeren is a distinguished senior fellow of the Gatestone Institute, a non-partisan, not-for-profit international policy council and think tank dedicated to educating the public about the institutions of democracy and the rule of law, human rights, a free and strong economy, a military capable of ensuring peace at home and in the free world, energy independence and insuring the public stay informed of threats to our individual liberty, sovereignty and free speech. Soeren is also a senior analyst for Transatlantic Relations at the Strategic Studies Group. He specializes in European politics as well as U.S. and European defense and security related issues. He is a regular commentator about European politics and transatlantic relations. He is a dual citizen of the United States and Germany.

About 10 years ago a Roman Catholic bishop in the Netherlands began calling on European Christians to begin calling God, 'Allah' as a way to build bridges with Muslims. As Soeren began doing more research, he discovered that God and Allah are two completely different entities. From there he wrote an article about it. It went viral and he began getting requests to do more research and writing about Islam.

Soeren believes there's two ways to view Islam from a Christian point of view. The whole purpose of Islam is to deny the divinity of Jesus Christ yet from a geopolitical perspective it's dedicated to world conquest and placing the planet under the submission of Allah.

Soeren described how after World War II an entire generation of males was wiped out. This meant there weren't enough males to run the factories. As a result, Germany, the Netherlands and France began importing migrant labor. Germany began importing their labor force from Turkey. The understanding was that eventually these individuals would return to their home nations but they stayed. So over the last 40 to 50 years, Soeren described this situation as being in 'slow motion' but in the last 10 to 15 years the pace has 'snowballed' into a large political and social problem for almost every nation in Europe.

As this program moved along, it took a specific look at Islam in France, Germany and Britain, how these nations are one generation ahead of the U.S. in terms of Islamization and why European secular lawmakers and leaders are letting this happen.

Tomorrow, Jim and Soeren will take a look at how Islam has been affecting the United States.

The Good Fruit of Godly Sorrow, part 13

We continue our look at godly sorrow and biblical repentance today by looking at Paul's statement, "What zeal!" What is biblical zeal? It is actually quite interesting because biblical zeal is the product of two other entities which are opposite of one another. When these two opposites come together, zeal is produced.

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