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Brannon Howse
Brannon Howse
Aired Wednesday, April 26
Brannon Howse: April 26, 2017
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Security expert Clint join us today to discuss the threat of MS-13 working with Islamic terrorists inside America. Topic: Why do many police departments not have a post 9-11 mind set to protect their communities? If the law enforcement cannot adequately protect your family, church, Christian school, or conservative event how should we respond? Topic: How are soft targets in America at risk from a terrorist attack and how are local authorities making the risk worse? Topic: Why is intel and understanding of that intel so important for local police to protect their communities? Topic: What is  the life of a Christian worth? Apparently $5 because the bond was set at $2,500 for the Muslim man that made a terroristic threat against Brannon Howse, Shahram Hadian and the 500 Worldview Weekend attendees in Sioux Falls. That works out to about $5 per person. 

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Chris discusses some of the new information surrounding the Codex Sinaiticus with a growing number of researchers and authors publishing important details. In particular, a new book by Dr. David Sorenson covers elements of the last 12 verses of Mark that are often called into question because they are not found in the "most ancient and reliable manuscripts, the Vaticanus and Sinaiticus."  Yet critical details about the paleographical analysis of those texts is typically omitted from the average study Bible, preventing Christians from drawing a more educated conclusion. A powerful quote has surfaced from 19th century scholar, Dr. James Harris that sheds light on the issue.

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The cross of Christ is the centerpiece of the human story. That’s where Jesus atoned for sin and defeated Satan, our mortal enemy. Here we see the serpent’s doom made certain by the sacrifice of a suffering Savior.


​This Crosstalk featured a message preached April 23rd by Paul Schlehlein at Calvary Baptist Church, Menomonee Falls, WI. Paul is a husband, father of five, a graduate of Pensacola Christian College and a missionary to the Tsongas in rural South Africa.

Paul's message is based on 1 Corinthians 15:12-14: 'Now if Christ be preached that he rose from the dead, how say some among you that there is no resurrection of the dead? But if there be no resurrection of the dead, then is Christ not risen: And if Christ be not risen, then is our preaching vain and your faith is also vain.'

On May 5th, 1882, 50 sheep were herded into a small pen outside of a French village. Half of them were given a vaccine for anthrax while the other half were given nothing.

At the time, the famous French chemist, Louis Pasteur, believed that he had found a cure for anthrax. It had been killing cattle and sheep by the thousands. However, many veterinarians were skeptical. After all, how could a chemist find the cure for something doctors and veterinarians couldn't. In fact, one man called Pasteur and demanded a field test. Pasteur accepted the challenge.

Pasteur believed that all the unvaccinated sheep would die while all those that were vaccinated would live. If even one died he felt that the experiment would be considered a failure.

On June 2nd, Pasteur answered the doorbell and read the following telegram: 'Sick sheep among vaccinated, all completely recovered. Unvaccinated sheep, all dead or dying.'

Recently we celebrated the success of Christ's resurrection because everything rests on that event. Even if everything else he had said during his ministry was true yet he failed concerning the resurrection, Christianity would be a sham.

Like Pasteur, Jesus predicted what would happen in the future. Unlike Pasteur, much more than Jesus' reputation was on the line. Our eternal destinies hung in the balance.

While Paul could have gone into numerous proofs for the resurrection, he instead chose to look at the product that comes from the resurrection. How should the resurrection affect us and what should that look like? How will it change how we live, how we evangelize, how we use our time or how we spend our money?

The resurrection authenticates the Gospel message, it approves our testimony of Christ, it authorizes our victory over sin and it anticipates life after death.

Learn more about this focal point of the Gospel and its impact on believers by reviewing this vital Crosstalk broadcast.

Guest: Dr. Peter Pry & Tamara Scott. Topic: On Wednesday April 26, 2017, President Trump will host all 100 U.S. Senators at the White House for a security briefing on North Korea. This is an unprecedented event. Dr. Pry will explain what Trump might be about to tell these U.S. Senators. Topic: Dr. Pry again warns the American people of just how real a nuclear or EMP threat from North Korea is for America. Topic: Our First guest is Tamara Scott. Tamara joins us to discuss the on-going push by conservatives like Mark Levin as well as globalist George Soros for a Convention of the States. Tamara has been working in Iowa to make sure the legislature does not become one of the states that calls for such a Constitutional Convention also known as a Convention of the States. Tamara will tell us how few states need to vote in favor of a con-con for this to occur. Topic: We take your calls. 

Series: With the Master on Our Knees (Vol.2)

Lesson: 22

Title: A Prayer of Agony

Passage: Luke 22:39-46

Description: In Luke 22, we are given a glimpse into the humanity of our Lord as He faces the cross. His prayer is agonizing as He wrestles with His humanity. In this sobering prayer we will look at the place of His prayer; the posture of His prayer; the petition of His prayer; the provision during His prayer; and the pain after His prayer. 

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Today's Worldview Radio: Topic: The interfaith group that protested our Sioux Falls rally has now written an open letter in the known Sioux Falls liberal rag. Did they condemn the Muslim man of hate and intolerance that threatened us? NO! Instead they used the article to trash on Shahram. Topic: Former FBI Counter terrorism agent John Guandolo joins us to reveal how the Muslim Brotherhood and such groups are winning as evident by how Sioux Falls authorities handled the terroristic threat against Christian speakers Howse and Hadian and the conference attendees. Topic: On Friday afternoon, April 21, 2017, the Muslim man that made a terroristic threat against Brannon and Shahram and the Sioux Falls Worldview Weekend Rally was arrested and they found meth in his home, according to police reports. This is the first broadcast since the arrest of this man. You mean we could have had a guy jacked up on drugs, combined with his ideology, putting 500 men, women, and children at risk at our Christian conference? Why was he not arrested that night or even questioned? How did he stay on the streets for 12 days with guns and meth? He even posted on his Facebook page he had 1,200 rounds of ammunition in his car. 

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Just as the Genesis Flood shaped history in the past, so a flood of fire and other major events of God’s judgment will be the definitive issues in this world’s future. Are you prepared to survive these judgments? Dr. Whitcomb explains how you can be—in Christ.

Host Wayne Shepherd also poses a question to Dr. Whitcomb, asking him to explain further how the last days will be similar to pre-flood times.

Thank you for listening today to “Encounter God’s Truth” from Whitcomb Ministries. We bring you this program weekly because God’s Word is true from the beginning to the end!

The Perfections of God - Holiness part 2 April 24, 2017

We continue our discussion of the Holiness of God. We will see that God's Holiness is manifested in three primary ways. We will also see that God does not forgive sin. Does that raise your eyebrow? I will explain.

The seduction of Adam and Eve in the Garden began an avalanche of sin and misery. As we assess the far-reaching consequences of mankind’s fall, we also learn that God, from the beginning, had in mind a way to repair the damage.

Chris discusses a series of news topics, from recent comments made by Pope Francis who referred to refugee camps as "concentration camps," to the discovery of new information that has surfaced about the Armenian Genocide of 1915, from a leading Turkish-American scholar on the subject.  Also discussed is a recent headline that denies the crucifixion of Christ, based on an allegedly "ancient manuscript" called The Gospel of Barnabas that was discovered in the year 2000.  Having reportedly come from Turkey, the so-called gospel reports that Jesus did not actually die on the cross, but rather it was Judas -- a common claim among Islamic scholars.  But could the manuscript have been the work of ancient Gnostic heretics?


Today is that time of the week for Jimmy DeYoung and Dave James to have their weekly conversation on an issue that the Church needs Biblical understanding of for its daily walk. There is both Biblical and historical evidence that Jesus Christ did raise from the dead, some 2,000 years ago. Jimmy and Dave will discuss that evidence, even the reality that for 2,000 years Christians have taken this fact as the means for their personal salvation; over 500 people witnessed the resurrected Jesus Christ for 40 days, alive and well on Earth; and the Apostles went to their deaths claiming that Jesus had resurrected. 

Earlier this week, former NFL player and convicted murderer Aaron Hernandez committed suicide in prison.  In this week's boralogue, John looks at suicide from a Christian perspective, showing that we all need the right spiritual guideposts to get us through the rough spots.  It's up to us to fit into God's plan for us, not the other way around.  As long as we have Christ as our guide, we will be OK, no matter what obstacles stand in our way.

What is one thing that a majority of terrorist groups around the world have in common?  Cynthia Farahat (, Writing Fellow at the Middle East Forum looks at the granddaddy of all terrorist organizations, the Muslim Brotherhood, who funds many other groups and is conducting a civilization jihad.  She also explores historical connections between the Muslim Brotherhood and the Third Reich.

We have reported on the plight of Pakistani Christians for more than a year now.  Joining us this week is Reverend James Luke ( of the Lutheran Church Canada near Toronto, a Pakistani-born Christian who discusses his recent speech before the United Nations High Commissioner on Refugees and how some in Pakistan are fighting back against the country's rigid blasphemy laws.

Tensions with North Korea have reached a fevered pitch in recent weeks.  Author and American foreign policy expert Dr. Anne Pierce ( examines the Trump administration's foreign policy reset to one of peace through strength, the dangers posed by North Korea and its dictator, and possible links with Iran's nuclear program.

John’s quote of the week:

"If emotions are your guide, you will fail.  If your heart is your guide, you will fail.  The heart is irrevocably corrupt.  If false idols and purposes are your reference points, you will fail.  But if the Holy Spirit is your guide, no matter how bad the storm you will succeed and all pain will be turned to joy and a blessing for you."

As always, join us online for our Section 6 intelligence briefing featuring analysis by John on important stories highlighting emerging geopolitical trends around the world.

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