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Brannon Howse
Brannon Howse
Aired Thursday, May 5
Brannon Howse: May 5, 2016
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Topic: When did it become the job of magistrates to give hugs and emotionally connect to citizens? Something has changed over the past few years and Brannon explains what he thinks it is that causes some politicians to talk as they do. Hear the audio of John Kasich doing exactly what Brannon says is dangerous and why. Topic: Are you aware that a psychological process is being used on many Biblically minded Christians to get them to compromise and join group consensus or to be marginalized, harassed, and shamed into leaving their local church? Brannon explains the source of this process and how it plays into the idea of community, group consensus, and group salvation. You will also understand how this process is being used to build a global, false church that even so-called conservatives will assist in building.

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