Israel is very much in the news right now but the media narratives are not matching the facts on the ground. We open our Israel focus this week with John’s analysis of what’s happening there versus the spin you’re getting from the news. He looks at the Temple Mount riots, the violence in East Jerusalem, and rocket attacks from Gaza into Israel and Israel’s response.
We then move to an often-pushed narrative in the media and on college campuses that Israel is an apartheid state. Here this week is someone who has lived in both South Africa and Israel, Reverend Malcolm Hedding, Associate Minister of World Outreach Church. He describes what conditions were like for blacks living under apartheid and what life is like today for Palestinians in Israel and there is positively no comparison. He also looks at how social justice in Western schools has led to the Israel apartheid narrative.
What is critical race theory and how has it affected students in our public schools? Rounding out the show this week is Clare Lopez, Member of the Citizens Commission on National Security. She looks at what critical race theory is and how it is actually creating division and racism rather than attempting to stop it. Why would anyone perpetuate this type of narrative? Because there is a deeper, more nefarious plan afoot, to seize power and fundamentally transform society.
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Steel on Steel, hosted by John Loeffler, offers daily Christian-perspective news analysis and worldview apologetics covering a wide variety of timely subjects including: news and current events, economics and politics, as well as constitutional and civil rights issues. We also discuss matters of cultural trends, Biblical faith, worldviews and philosophy, scientific advancement and technology - and how all these interact to shape the world we live in.