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A Clarification on the Trinity for a Muslim/Brannon Howse on the Hagmann Report

For the first 45 minutes we played a video from a Muslim asking a question about the Trinity based upon how the Holy Spirit “overshadowed” Mary.  Since he asked for Christians to explain the passage, we did!  Then we moved to last night’s Hagmann Report which, in the first hour, featured Brannon Howse.

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God Made Man and Woman. PERIOD. Then Back to William Lane Craig and Presuppositionalism

The first half of the program was prompted by the Presidential statement (Tweet!) on “transgenders” in the military and the reactions to it from the secular totalitarians.  What are the worldview implications and foundations? Then in the second half of the program we went back to the last portion of the comments made by Dr. William Lane Craig on the Eric Hernandez/Sye Ten Brugencate discussion on apologetic methodology.  Important, and hopefully useful, material on a jumbo (90 minute) edition of the program.

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More on WLC and Apologetic Methodology (First Hour), Karlo Broussard on the Alleged Parallels Between Atheism and Sola Scriptura

First hour we played material relevant to apologetic methodology as William Lane Craig continues his very interesting, if somewhat confusing, interaction with the debate Sye did on the radio.  But we only got halfway through that, as I wanted to review some comments by Karlo Broussard on catholic.com attempting (badly) to parallel atheism with Protestantism (specifically, a belief in sola scriptura).  We will continue the review of WLC on the next program.

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A Scriptural Case for the Deity of Christ/Interaction with a Proposal for the Government to “Study” Islam

Only an hour today, but the first half was focused on the deity of Christ (interrupted by failing light strips in the studio!) and the second was focused upon a GOP proposal to identify “peaceful teaching Muslims” from those preaching violence.  Basically, I really don’t want the government determining good and bad theology for anyone, because while the GOP may be in charge today, it will not be in charge forever, and eventually the secular totalitarians will use such laws to come after all believing, consistent Christians.

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William Lane Craig on Presuppositionalism, More on the White/Howse (Get It?) Controversy

Simply had to deal with William Lane Craig’s review of a debate on apologetic methodology at the start—we will be waiting further installments as this conversation continues.  Then I moved on to comment on the Janet Mefferd Show episode that aired Monday, Brannon Howse’s turning me over to Satan, etc. and etc.  Comments on 2 John 7-11 as well.  A mega (two hour) edition!

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