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Brannon Howse
Brannon Howse
Aired Tuesday, August 23
Brannon Howse: August 23, 2016
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Today Brannon continues his in-depth look at the U.N. Convention on the Rights of the Child and what it means for your parental rights. Scotland is looking to assign a social worker to every child at birth and says it is their obligation to do so because their nation has adopted the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child. Topic: Brannon reads from the book by Hillary Clinton, It Takes A Village, that reveals her support of home visits from social workers for children. Hillary even admits that while it may begin as voluntary it could become compulsory. Topic: Brannon documents that Hillary has called for the passage of The UNCRC. If she becomes President will this be a major focus for her Administration? Topic: Did you know that some states that have implemented so-called voluntary home visits use standards that deem all children are at risk? Once a family or child is deemed at risk the program is apparently no longer voluntary. Hear the list and see if you or your home or child would be considered at risk. Topic: We take your calls. 

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Ask Dr. John with Dr. John Whitcomb. Question: Why is the social gospel and cultural mandate unbiblical? Question: What should be our goals for this New Year? Question: What was nailed to the cross of Jesus? Some people say that the Ten Commandments were there. How could that be since we still need to obey Jesus? Question: Can Christians drink alcohol? The bible does not prohibit it, but calls us to holiness. Question: Is Isaiah 2 and 3 speaking directly to Israel of its day, or can this Scripture be understood to apply to the United States today—with regard to both the church and nation? Question: What happens if someone cannot access a Bible? Do you believe that the Holy Spirit can speak to someone supernaturally? Question: I have been in a rut about health issues—mine and others. I can pray and ask for comfort and care, but not healing. The body must die to be with our Savior, so trying to live is like fighting God’s plan. I know I should feel something more. Do emotions burn out after taking years of prayer requests in Sunday School? Question: The Lord Jesus said we could mountains if we “have faith as a grain of mustard seed" (Matt. 17:20). What does that mean? Question: When Jesus died, He said, "It is finished" (John 19:30). What did He mean by this?

Religious Trojan Horse Exposed (Part Three)

Revealing the Truth About Islam (#874)

This time on PTIB Jimmy DeYoung will have as his Broadcast Partner, Dave Dolan, who will have a Middle East News Up-date for all listening. Jimmy and Dave will discuss Hizbullah saying the demise of the Jewish State of Israel is very close at hand; Israel is the front line of defense to protect the EU and the US; Israel's reaction to Russia deploying bombers in Iran; US State Department says that the Palestinian Authority is "anti-semetic"; and the PA says they see no proof of any Jewish presence in Jerusalem, ever.

Danger Views of the RCC and JWs
What does the RCC have in common with JW’s? You can bet it isn’t free, sovereign grace.

Becoming Christ-like involves a growing in sensitivity to the Holy Spirit, who wants to create in us the character of Jesus. Sins that seemed so small suddenly seem big, and our desire to please God means saying no to many things that didn’t bother us before.

Many parents assume when they drop off their children at school that their youngsters are being prepared for college or a career or just for life in general.

Sadly, in many cases, children are being indoctrinated in a worldview that is in contrast to the one parents are attempting to communicate at home. The guest on this Crosstalk co-wrote a book that reveals how the architects of America's public schools have implemented a plan to socialize the U.S. by knowingly and willingly dumbing-down the population.

Joining Jim for this discusses was Alex Newman. Alex is an international journalist, educator and consultant. He has a degree in journalism from the University of Florida and has worked for numerous publications. He is the co-author of the book 'Crimes of the Educators'. It's subtitle is, 'How Utopians Are Using Government schools to Destroy America's Children'. The book is co-authored with Dr. Samuel Blumenfeld.

Many listeners are aware of the term 'utopians' as it pertains to individuals who believe we must use the coercive power of government to reform humanity. Alex talked about one particular utopian ('progressives' as they are often known today)

named John Dewey. Dewey is considered to be the founding father or 'godfather' of progressive education. In spite of the fact that so many public schools are named after him, his specific goal was to overturn the foundations of the U.S. as we know it (religious liberty, private property and Christianity as the bedrock of society) and move us toward a communist society.

Dewey felt that in order to transform America, you have to reduce the literacy of the American people. He received money from the Rockefeller Education Foundation to do the experiments and to gradually take over the teaching colleges, the publishing of books and eventually take over the government schools. Dewey's plan was so effective that half of America's adults are functionally illiterate.

What are some of the accusations and crimes Alex lists against education? Alex discusses treason, child abuse (as seen via learn-to-read methods other than phonics and the pushing of psychiatric drugs on them) contributing to the delinquency of minors (sex education and anti-drug programs that actually encourage such behavior), the spiritual crime of destroying a child's belief in biblical religion and extortion (the paying of taxes with the promise that schools are actually educating your children).

Do Not Hinder Them, part 19

Perhaps by this time you have been wondering, "But what about what Jesus said about permitting children to come to Him and not to hinder them?" We will look at these texts today and consider their context in order to come to a proper understanding of His words.

Revealing the Truth About Islam (#873)

Today on PTIB Jimmy DeYoung will talk with Ken Timmerman on the "catbird seat" in Washington on geopolitical events happening in our world today. Jimmy and Ken will discuss the US rush to evacuate US nukes from a Turkish airbase, Incirlik, in northern Turkey; Turkey is considering military ties with Russia; Iranian-back Shite forces in Iraq, over 100,000 of them; the Supreme Leader of Iraq is growing in popularity, just prior to the next national election in Turkey; and Russia is building an underground nuke command post.

Parsing The Tea Leaves Of Providence
Can God’s providential working be understood? How finely? Coarsely? Of course-ly!

Today Brannon continues his in-depth look at the U.N. Convention on the Rights of the Child and what it means for your parental rights. Scotland is looking to assign a social worker to every child at birth and says it is their obligation to do so because their nation has adopted the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child. Topic: Brannon reads from the book by Hillary Clinton, It Takes A Village, that reveals her support of home visits from social workers for children. Hillary even admits that while it may begin as voluntary it could become compulsory. Topic: Brannon documents that Hillary has called for the passage of The UNCRC. If she becomes President will this be a major focus for her Administration? Topic: Did you know that some states that have implemented so-called voluntary home visits use standards that deem all children are at risk? Once a family or child is deemed at risk the program is apparently no longer voluntary. Hear the list and see if you or your home or child would be considered at risk. Topic: We take your calls. 

Ever felt wounded when someone said an unkind word to you? Did you know that God feels wounded when you sin? The Bible calls this “grieving the Holy Spirit.” As we mature in the faith, we become ever more sensitive to the Spirit’s presence, and our behavior begins to change.

After high school, many young people leave home for college or university studies. While most attend to further their education in order to enter their chosen vocation, these young people are confronted with numerous philosophies and influences that bring about choices and decisions that can impact them for life.

With so much humanism and secularism generated on so many campuses, a person can only wonder what hope there is for young people to know God and his redemptive plan of salvation through Jesus Christ. Is there any hope? Is anyone trying to stem the tide of anti-Christian influences?

One person making an impact is Steve Giegerich. Since 1990, Steve has served as a missionary with Campus Bible Fellowship International of Baptist Mid-Missions. He's ministered at Indiana University in South Bend, Indiana, and has provided outreach to students at Notre Dame, St. Mary's College, Holly Cross College, Bethel College, Davenport College, Ivy Tech and Michiana College.

Steve's earlier motivation in life was to be a concert pianist. He won some significant competitions, however, the Lord had other plans. After Steve began trusting Christ during his Junior year at the university of Iowa, he became involved in Campus Bible Fellowship and it seemed that quite often they'd hear about a student putting their trust in Christ as their Savior. So just seeing the need to reach out to students at the university was what really got his attention.

Campus Bible Fellowship's goal is to reach students through a local church. One of the exciting elements is the international outreach. Steve noted Notre Dame's near-1,000 population of international students. He's part of the family friendship program where they adopt an international student and look for people who are willing to be a home-away-from-home for these students.

Steve has also had an impact by being able to teach ESL (English as a Second Language) classes and obtain furniture donations from local churches that are passed along to international scholars and students that need them. All of this has the end goal of introducing people to the gospel message.

How do students know he's on campus? What are the discipling, counseling and hospitality ministries all about? How important is the local church to what he's doing? These and other questions are answered and Jim also presents a selection of Steve's music. You'll hear it all when you review this edition of Crosstalk.

THE GOSPEL & THE LOST
Chris discusses Paul's second letter to the Corinthians, where he says that "... if our gospel be hid, it is hid to them that are lost ..." (2 Cor. 4:3) He goes on to declare that the "god of this world" has blinded those who do
not believe.  What are some of the instruments of unbelief that we find in modern times?  Also discussed is the new film, "Bridge to Babylon" and the subject of modern textual criticism.  Can it be said that modern critics
are often guilty of inspiring questions and doubts about whether or not the Bible is truly the Word of God?

Religous Trojan Exposed (Part One)

Worldview Radio Hour #38

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