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Meme Day on the Dividing Line

Showed a bunch of memes today and interacted with them, mainly on Islamic issues.  Then read two brief articles from Bassam Zawadi, also from Facebook, and interacted with them.  Wide variety of topics, actually, hopefully helpful to more than just those who engage in ministry to Muslims.  Enjoy!

I also mentioned toward the end of the program the sermon I preached yesterday morning at PRBC for the younger generation.  I include it immediately below.

Here is the YouTube link:

Just Can’t Argue with the Video

My sincere thanks to Justin Bullington for putting together this short video that simply decimates the false narrative spun by Steve Camp, Janet Mefferd, Brannon Howse, and their followers.  Needed to be done, now here it is.  Putting the actual words right next to the misrepresentations and spin is VERY effective—at least for those with ears to hear, anyway.

Update 8/7/2017:
An improved version was posted today so I have updated the link. RP

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.

Here is the YouTube link:

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.

Here is the YouTube link: