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More on Simple Truthfulness and Consistency, Steve Hays Melts Down, Quick Review of Oneness Advocate Steve Ritchie

Went over some developments in the Orlando situation and once again had to address the insanity of asserting that there is only one monolithic Islam and that everything done in the world by anyone who yells “Allahu Akbar!” is to be held to the account of every single Muslim on the planet.  Then we noted the melt-down of Steve Hays who now says I am a “Muslim partisan,” and at the end of the program reviewed some comments by Oneness advocate Steven Ritchie.

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Various Articles and Open Phones on the Dividing Line

Started off with various articles that I’ve collected, one by a Roman Catholic taking cheap shots at me, others on the continuing degradation of our society and the rise of totalitarianism.  Then we opened up the phones and took calls on such subjects as the regulative principle of worship (actually got into the exclusive psalmody and instruments in worship debate a bit), theological liberalism, Islam and Paradise, and OT sacrifices.  Enjoy!

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Western Rush to Moral Anarchy and Paul Williams at Speaker’s Corner

Pretty well split the program in half, the first being on developments in the ongoing rush to rid Western culture of the last vestiges of civilization and morality, and the second focusing upon Muslim apologist Paul Williams and his comments at Speaker’s Corner in London.  Would love to challenge Williams to defend his statements in public debate on May 13th in London!

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Twitter Questions, The Boss, The Pope, and More Ethnic Gnosticism

Started off today with a couple of Twitter questions (including one on Eastern Orthodoxy),  then covered Springsteen’s view of transgender warriors as “freedom fighters,” the Pope’s “studied ambiguity” in his new statement, and toward the end of the hour I responded to BlackCalvinist’s piece accusing me of…well, all sorts of things, actually.

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