Category Archives: Vocal Point

Vocal Point-Virginia Prodan

Virginia Prodan is glad to be in America. She grew up in Communist Romania and served as a Christian lawyer, defending the rights of believers in that land. She describes her miraculous escape from death in her book, Saving My Assassin. In a previous Vocal Point, she tells what happened. Today, Virginia Prodan decries the popularity of socialism that is rising in America, her adopted country. She believes Americans need to lose our naivety and become apprised of what socialism really means for those who live under it, as she did. Virginia Prodan joins Jerry Newcombe to discuss the dangers of creeping socialism. www.virginiaprodan.com

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Vocal Point-Robert Spencer

Robert Spencer is a New York Times bestselling author on all things Islamic. This includes books like The Complete Infidel’s Guide to Iran and Onward, Muslim Soldiers. Robert Spencer joins Jerry Newcombe on Vocal Point for a jihad watch update. In particular, we focus on U. S. Representative Ilhan Omar of Minnesota who is from Somalia. She is very critical of the United States, the country that has provided a refuge for her and her family. www.jihadwatch.com

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Vocal Point-Alveda King

Evangelist Alveda King, the niece of Martin Luther King, Jr., speaks out against the recent acts of violence—including the recent shootings. Alveda said, “Our hearts go out and our prayers go up for the victims in America’s most recent tragedies. Perhaps the most comforting compliment to President and First Lady Trump’s outreach to the families of the victims of the recent massacres in Ohio and Texas is the appeal of a young boy who asks Americans to respond to the horrendous violence by performing 22 acts of kindness to those around us.” Alveda King, the Director of Civil Rights for the Unborn for Priests for Life, joins Jerry Newcombe to speak about this violence from a Christian perspective.  www.alvedaking.com   www.priestsforlife.org

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Vocal Point-Dr. Gregg Jantz

Tragically, we have seen the rise of violent massacres in recent times, such as in Gilroy, California, El Paso, Texas, and in Dayton, Ohio. Christian psychologist and author, Dr. Gregory Jantz notes, “A person who has turned to violence oftentimes has had some very, very significant trauma in their life.” Jantz was quoted in an article in the stream that the trigger point for these shooters is “when they feel a sense of betrayal, a sense of rejection and hurt. And so that moves them over to being a person then that engages in retaliation.” Dr. Gregg Jantz, author of Healing Depression for Life, joins Jerry Newcombe on Vocal Point to discuss the psychological makeup of these killers. www.aplaceofhope.com    www.drgregoryjantz.com

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