Category: the Gospel

Eric Hovind: Creation, Biblical Foundations in a Confused World

We discuss Creation, the foundational truths of Scripture, and how the Gospel is the answer to the universal issue of sin; plus, why Genesis and the authority of the Bible are not the starting point for some churches today, and the confusion in our culture over gender and moral absolutes.

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Steven Garofalo: Equipping Believers, Worldview Issues & 3 Big Stories

We discuss the importance of preparing Christians to defend the faith and give good answers to basic worldview questions; apologetics, refuting the Coexist lie and contrasting major religions; finally, the promotion of Islam and LGBTQ, and some great news out of the Supreme Court.

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True, Historical Facts about the Resurrection, Jesus

Jesus Christ is Lord and is seated at the right hand of the Father, but in order to get there, the cross had to come before the kingdom.

This week symbolizes the very heart of our faith. Jesus provides a universal offer to mankind. He invited his disciples to commune with him, prayed for all believers at Gethsemane, suffered for six hours on a cross, was laid in a garden tomb, and on Sunday rose again in victory to seal the promise of our hope for all of eternity.

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Carl Teichrib: UN Global Agenda, Saving the World Man’s Way

We discuss the United Nations Global Governance Forum, a conference built around the UN’s 75th anniversary; their goal is for the salvation of the earth – and Christians and America are in the way. Action points that underscore this Forum include supporting the UN system, alongside the IMF and World Bank, in developing a post-Covid economic and social reset.

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James Walker: Is Jesus God and Savior or a ‘Good teacher’ & Prophet of Allah?

Who Is the Jesus of Islam? Jesus is revered in the Islamic faith—but is he the same Jesus Christians claim as their Savior? Today’s guest, James Walker discusses major similarities and major differences between the Jesus of the Bible and the Jesus of the Qur’an. Such as how Islam affirms biblical concepts, even though it diverges from Scripture; how the Qur’an promotes a deep respect of Jesus, while not identifying Him as a Savior, and how to cultivate conversational relationships with Muslims, despite your different beliefs and faith backgrounds.

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Christian Worldview on Injustice, Lawlessness, and Redemption

We don’t have a skin problem, we have a sin problem. There are two kinds of people in the world – forgiven and unforgiven. Saved or not saved. Let’s reinforce this biblical perspective.

Too many Christians seem uncertain today about the authority of God’s Word. When cultural movements and secular ideas contradict what Scripture teaches, why do we often have a hard time setting ourselves apart? We want to be liked, relevant, and go with the popular flow.

The Bible calls it conforming to this world.

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Sgt. Mike McGrew: Behind the Badge of a Christian Officer

Sergeant Mike McGrew shares an amazing story of how God literally saved his life as he navigated the perils of police work, along with his own personal trials which include the death of one child and the drug addiction of another child, his own struggles with alcohol, surviving violent attacks on the job, and a life-threatening battle with cancer.

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Where Does Truth Come From? Heidi St. John Interviews David Fiorazo

Heidi St. John writes: “It’s Meet My Friend Friday here on the podcast and my new friend David Fiorazo is on the show with me today.”

I had the opportunity, really the privilege, of being on his show (Stand Up for the Truth) about a month and a half ago. And the whole time I was talking to him and we were having this conversation, I’m just raising my hands and hallelujah-ing. And my husband was watching me from across the room and when I hung up he was like, “You found your people.” Yes I did!

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