Dr. Paul Kengor is a best-selling author, whose columns are syndicated in multiple places. He has written several important books on the importance of faith (or the lack thereof) among some politicians, e.g., God and Ronald Reagan. Dr. Kengor, who teaches political science and history at Grove City College, joins Jerry Newcombe, to express his chagrin at the treatment of Ted Cruz at the RNC convention for saying we should “vote our conscience.” www.visionsandvalues.org

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Recently someone critiqued a Christian school for their teaching of creation versus evolution. They wrote, “They [the Christian school/textbooks] say that fossils are found out of order in the way evolution says they should be found. This however is a complete lie and talking to any real paleontologist would explain why this is completely false….They also completely gloss over the fact that we have hundreds of thousands of transitional fossils.” Jerry Newcombe asked Dr. Stephen Meyer, who earned his Ph.D. in the study of the philosophy of science at Cambridge University, to answer these allegations one at a time. Dr. Meyer wrote the New York Times bestselling book, Darwin’s Doubt. www.darwinsdoubt.com

 

First Liberty (formerly Liberty Institute) is doing a great work fighting for religious liberty in our day. Mike Berry handles their military affairs. Sadly, many of those who fight for our country to keep our liberties—including religious liberties—are losing their own religious liberty. An amazing turn of events. Mike Berry of First Liberty joins Jerry Newcombe to describe an outrageous recent example where there was an attempt to censor God out of an Air Force ceremony. www.firstliberty.org

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Whether it’s ‘o my god’ or OMG, what does this phrase mean?  How is it used?  WHY do people use it…even as a follower of Christ?

Where is your VU meter on this?  Is the needle even moving or is it pegged because you have thought this through and have a conviction about the subject?