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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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Colossians 3 in P46, Hagmann’s Take on the Dialogue, Beginning of Review/Response to Abu Zakariya

Started off with some thoughts based upon Colossians 3 (looking at P46 as our basis), and then moved on to consider the “dark underside of the Christian web” in light of recent attacks and smears upon the ministry.  Then we started looking at Abu Zakariya’s new book, Jesus: Man, Messenger, Messiah (Iera).

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The Rebellion of Transgenderism, then, A Challenge Fulfilled

First half hour or so was on the ascension of transgenderism and the use of the sexual revolution by the left to attack religious freedom in the United States, illustrated in today’s court ruling against the florist in Washington state.  Then we transitioned into a discussion of a challenge sent to me from Dr. Leighton Flowers regarding man’s inabilities due to sin, and we spent a full hour working through the key texts that teach the truth on this matter.

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Skype Show from Tucson: A Bit on Race, A Bit on Thanksgiving, Then A Lot on ETism

Did a live program from Tucson today via Skype, touching a bit on some of the reactions on the race issue from last time, discussing Thanksgiving a little, and then spending most of the time on a recent FB article promoting Ecclesiastical Textism and more reasons why I find this tradition so very dangerous to Christian apologetics.  We plan on doing the next program on Monday.

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Jory Micah and El Shaddai; Spencer Toy and CrossExamined; Sola Scriptura Continued (Part 3)

Three topics on the program today; for the first 15 minutes or so a quick rejoinder to Jory Micah and her “El Shaddai means ‘one with many breasts'” tweet, then about half an hour in response to Spencer Toy’s article on crossexamined.org, “An Open Question for Presuppositionalists.”  Then we got back for the last 45 minutes to our study of sola scriptura.  We are now able, in the next program, to finally start working through Karlo Broussard’s comments on Catholic Answers Live.

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