Today, on the Best of the Janet Mefferd Show: How do we deal with doubt in the Christian life? Janet talks it over with Dr. Gary Habermas, Distinguished Research Professor and chair of the Department of Philosophy at Liberty University. Plus: What is the criminal case against the Obama Administration? Ben Shapiro joins Janet to talk about his book, “The People Vs. Barack Obama.” That and more — enjoy this special rebroadcast today!
Articles of Interest
A prominent law professor and avowed supporter of the Obama White House will tell the House on Wednesday that the president has created one of the biggest constitutional crises in the country’s history and will endorse House Republican’s effort to sue to rein him in. Jonathan Turley, is a law professor at George Washington University and an avowed supporter of the president. However, he believes that Obama has gone too far in several circumstances. “What we are witnessing today is one of the greatest challenges to our constitutional system in the history of this country,”Read More »
A federal judge has given a secular organization the green light to distribute more atheistic and anti-Christian materials to Florida public school students, in spite of the materials’ graphic content and offensive language. As previously reported, the Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF) learned last year that a Christian ministry had made Bibles available to Orlando high school students on “Religious Freedom Day.” To counter the Bible distribution, FFRF sought permission from the school district to give students a variety of atheistic and anti-Christian materials.Read More »
Some of Hollywood’s wealthiest liberals are forking over big bucks for Texas Democratic gubernatorial candidate Wendy Texas, according to campaign finance reports recently filed by the campaign. Among those who have donated directly to Davis: singer Barbara Streisand ($1,000) and musician James Taylor ($15,000). A number of other celebs have given money to the Texas Victory Committee, a joint effort of the Davis campaign and the group Battleground Texas.
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A recent outpouring of accounts by former church members of Mars Hill, Seattle’s own homegrown megachurch, are painting a picture, both fascinating and horrifying, of outrageous and psychologically damaging behavior that’s been happening inside the church for many years. There are emerging stories of sensational kangaroo courts and “sex demon” trials, like something out of the Salem witch hunts of the 1600s. Even more devastating to individual members are the ways in which they are shamed, taught to blame themselves and each other when they see problems, and to formally shun people who step out of favor with church leaders. Shunnings, both formal and informal, have caused the outcast to spend years in isolation, cut off from friends, sometimes suffering deep clinical depression, nightmares, disillusionment and shattered faith.Read More »
Janet talks with former Congressman Allen West about how the United States should handle ISIS in Iraq.
From the Blog
Several days ago, Pastor Mark Driscoll of Mars Hill Church released a letter to his congregation, acknowledging that the church hired a company called ResultSource to enable him to secretly buy his way onto the New York Times bestseller list with his (and his wife’s) plagiarized book, “Real Marriage.” WORLD magazine broke the story of the scandal just a few...Read More »