Category Archives: Vocal Point

Vocal Point-Michelle Malkin

There’s a policeman in Oklahoma behind bars, Daniel Holtzclaw. He is 30 years old and was convicted of being a serial rapist in December 2015 and sentenced to 263 years in prison. But was his conviction fair and just? Syndicated columnist Michelle Malkin of CRTV has written extensively about the unfairness of the conviction. Michelle Malkin joins Jerry Newcombe on Vocal Point to discuss this case and why it should matter to the rest of us. (As there is some sensitive material discussed, listener discretion is advised.) www.michellemalkin.com

Vocal Point-Julian Dobbs

Bishop Julian Dobbs is involved with the Convocation of Anglicans in North America. He’s also a board member of the Barnabas Fund, a group dedicated to helping the Christians around the world facing great persecution for their faith. Bishop Dobbs has been in Egypt, visiting Christians there. Julian Dobbs joins Jerry Newcombe to discuss the recent Palm Sunday bombings in two of the Coptic churches in Egypt, to help us better understand what the Christians there face—in one of the oldest Christian communities of the world. www.canaeast.com

Vocal Point-Cal Beisner

Dr. Cal Beisner is a leader with the Cornwall Alliance for the Stewardship of Creation. He advocates a common sense—not an alarmist perspective—in dealing with climate issues. Recently Beisner was even quoted in Newsweek. He is pleased with Trump’s executive order on the environment, and he notes, “A clean, healthful, beautiful environment is a costly good. And like any costly good, richer people can afford more than poorer people. This is why the greatest threat to the environment is not affluence; it’s poverty.” Cal Beisner joins Jerry Newcombe on Vocal Point to discuss a better approach than alarmism in dealing with climate issues. www.cornwallalliance.org

Vocal Point-Alan Whanger

A new novel out is called “The Shroud Conspiracy” by John Heubusch. The Shroud of Turin is THE most studied ancient religious artifact in the history of the world. Several of the experiments conducted on the Shroud involve technologies that have only been invented in the last 2 generations or so. Virtually all the experiments point to its authenticity as the burial cloth of Jesus Christ, except the 1988 carbon dating, which pointed to a date in the Middle Ages. Before the announcements were made from the carbon dating, Dr. Alan Whanger, now retired professor from Duke Medical School, and ardent scientist studying the Shroud, warned that the results were going to turn out bad because they had a sample (divided into 3) from a rewoven part of the Shroud. Dr. Alan Whanger joins Jerry Newcombe on Vocal Point to discuss the Shroud of Turin. www.shroudcouncil.org