John Loeffler: September 8, 2015

ill our freedoms erode on the altar of political correctness? How does Donald Trump fit into all of this? In this weekís boralogue, John examines stories from Denver to Quebec to Washington state of progressive elites quashing freedom of speech. For a half century, these same liberals advocated for the very freedoms they look to silence now. Americans are tired of it and Donald Trump, good candidate or not, has expressed this sentiment. Itís balderdash and weíre not going to tolerate it anymore! Christians are persecuted daily around the world and we are finding it is up to us as individuals to do what we can to help. Joining us is Dr. Phyllis Chesler who analyzes the failures of the international community to help these persecuted Christians and shows we are on course for a reversal of reality. Political correctness and bureaucracy are standing in the way of doing what is morally right. As a result, women and children are repeatedly assaulted, but thanks to civilian volunteers, some are getting much needed help. What can you do? For the past few weeks, we have told you the story of Pakistani Christian Pastor X and his family. This week, he relates his experience fleeing persecution in his home country and thanks Steel on Steel listeners for their generosity. His desire is to pay that kindness forward by helping others. With the now infamous Iran nuclear deal nearing approval in Congress, views within the Christian church are as diverse as the secular world. We welcome the founder of Olive Tree Ministries, Susan Warner (, who discusses the Pope and liberation theology, the peace and justice crowd, and how opinions within the Church, whether Protestant or Catholic, all boil down to how you feel toward Israel. The Section 6 intelligence briefing is on hiatus this week as we take some time off for Labor Day. It will return next week. Please like us on Facebook at the Steel on Steel page and remember to join Praying for Persecuted Christians on Facebook as well for the latest information concerning Christians suffering for their faith around the world.

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