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Vocal Point-Eric Geiger

Since the Harvey Weinstein sexual harassment scandal broke in October 2017, many prominent high profile men (and it has been mostly men) have fallen because of sexual sins or bein accused of same. This even includes a few prominent Christian leaders. Eric Geiger, a Sr. Vice President at LifeWay Christian Resources, is the author of a new book called, How to Ruin Your Life…And Starting Over When You Do.” He notes that there are three key factors Christian leaders should beware of: Isolation. Boredom Pride. Geiger states, “all three of those things can multiply and lead to our destruction. Those are the same three things I have heard from people who have admitted what was going on beneath the surface as they imploded.” Eric Geiger joins Jerry Newcombe on Vocal Point on how to deal with sexual temptation. www.ericgeiger.com

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Vocal Point-Dr. Judith Reisman

Dr. Judith Reisman is a professor at Liberty University. She is also an author on the fraudulent research of Alfred Kinsey that initiated the Sexual Revolution in America. Is there a link between the death of Hugh Hefner in late September 2017 and the unprecedented sex scandals that began with the unmasking of Harvey Weinstein virtually a few days later. Many powerful men (mostly men) have fallen because of alleged sexual harassment. Dr. Judith Reisman joins Jerry Newcombe on Vocal Point to discuss the potential link between the two events. It should be noted that Hugh Hefner took his clues from Kinsey—Hefner assumed that the “science” of Kinsey was sound. Reisman documents it was not. www.drjudithreisman.com

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Vocal Point-John Tamny

Are robots good for the American worker or bad? They’re exceeding good, says John Tamny, FreedomWorks director of the Center for Economic Freedom. He wrote a new book called, The End of Work. The robots are good, argues Tamny, because they will free us up from mundane tasks. The subtitle is: “Why Your Passion Can Become Your Job.” Recently, John Tamny wrote an article on retirement in Forbes: “More and more of us aren’t even considering retirement since work is increasingly an expression of joy. Wise minds can disagree, but this is the greatest attribute of prosperity. Growing freedom from work that we dread. Mondays aren’t as miserable as they used to be.” John Tamny joins Jerry Newcombe on Vocal Point to discuss these ideas. www.johntamny.com

 

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Vocal Point-Wesley J. Smith

Wesley J. Smith is one of the most thoughtful writers around on the subject of death and dying. He is a bioethicist with the Discovery Institute. Smith frequently writes for National Review. Why did he first start writing about these things 25 years ago? Answer: The suicide of a friend that came about through what he calls “the whispers of strangers.” In the Western media, lately, there is a push to virtually glamorize assisted suicide. For example, a 104-year-old scientist from Australia bought a one-way ticket to Switzerland in order to have himself killed. He publicized this, resulting in a “media feeding frenzy.” Wesley J. Smith joins Jerry Newcombe on Vocal Point to discuss the media’s push for assisted suicide and euthanasia. www.wesleyjsmith.com

 

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