Category Archives: Vocal Point

Vocal Point-Robert Oscar Lopez

College campuses have become so incredibly liberal today, it almost makes one wonder if they are worth it anymore. Dr. Robert Oscar Lopez (twitter-Baptist4freedom) is a Christian who was drummed out of a job as a tenured professor in a California state university because he dared to share the truth about his own background. He was reared by two lesbians, his mother and lover, and although they loved each other, it wasn’t enough for Robert—children need a father and a mother. Meanwhile, Dr. Lopez wrote a book with a title intended on getting people’s attention: “Wackos, Thugs & Perverts: Clintonian Decadence in Academia.” Robert Oscar Lopez joins Jerry Newcombe to continue the discussion on how far gone down many campuses are today. www.englishmanif.blogspot.com

Vocal Point-Robert Dickie III

Does your vocation matter to God? Is the Lord interested in your career? Where does the Puritan notion of “calling” fit in? Dickie wrote the book “Love Your Work,” which seeks to answer questions on career for Christians: “finding themselves spiritually dry in a secular job, feeling that their vocation has nothing to do with their Christian faith, facing a global economy that is rapidly changing.”

Vocal Point-Matthew Faraci

The Dove Channel is a family-friendly streaming service. They are launching a new show, called “Frankly Faraci.” Their release notes: “Hosted by journalist Matthew Faraci, this unprecedented show provides viewers with an intimate, behind-the-scenes look at high-profile figures in entertainment, music, sports, business, and politics who are doing good things in the world.” The most Matthew Faraci joins Jerry Newcombe on Vocal Point to describe what they hope to do with the new program for the sake of faith- and family-friendly television programming. www.franklyfaraci.com

Vocal Point-John Heubusch

John Heubusch, Executive Director of the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation and Institute, joins Jerry Newcombe on Vocal Point to discuss contrasts and similarities between Reagan and Trump. In addition, Heubusch also discusses his novel that is just released. “The Shroud Conspiracy” is an historical/religious thriller, recommended by Brad Thor, Mark Levin, and Scott McEwen. www.johnheubusch.com