Is it all right for Christians to celebrate Halloween, or not? Janet will talk about that and the power of the occult with Matt Slick, founder or Christian Apologetics and Research Ministry. Plus: How do we see Christ in Israel’s journey from slavery to the promised land? Dr. Nicholas Perrin, dean of the Wheaton Graduate School, joins Janet to discuss his book, “Finding Jesus in the Exodus.” And what role should persuasion have in a sermon? Dr. R. Larry Overstreet, adjunct professor at Piedmont International University, stops by to discuss his book, “Persuasive Preaching.” That and more — join us! 1-800-343-9282.
Articles of Interest
It is Ligonier’s desire to serve the church in fulfilling the Great Commission. This survey has helped to point out common gaps in theological knowledge and awareness so that Christians might be more effective in the proclamation, teaching, and defense of the essential truths of the Christian faith.Read More »
The vast majority of political journalists — and I include some of my conservative colleagues — are missing a very big story. The Republicans are going to recapture the Senate, picking up more seats than most any forecaster expects. And the House GOP is going to add to its majority. But then comes the big story: The beginning of a new conservative revolution.Read More »
A Texas theological seminary, which trains Christian men for ministry, has announced that it will adjust its bylaws to allow for greater “flexibility” in the admittance of non-Christian students following controversy surrounding the enrollment of a Muslim man. As previously reported, the controversy erupted in June of this year when it was discovered that Ghassan Nagagren, a Palestinian Muslim, had completed his first year of studies at the Southwest Baptist Theological Seminary in his pursuit of a doctorate in archaeology.Read More »
A man who smashed a controversial Ten Commandments monument this week and urinated on the display explained to investigators on Friday that Satan told him to do it. Michael Reed, Jr., 29, drove his car into the monument, located near the state capitol building late Thursday, and then walked into the federal building Friday morning and began making threats to kill Barack Obama. He also advised officials that he had drove his car into the Ten Commandments display the night before.Read More »
Janet talks with former Congressman Allen West about how the United States should handle ISIS in Iraq.