Originally published February 6th, 2017

What is Calvinism? What is Arminianism? Why is there so much controversy surrounding those 2 words? And what does the Bible have to say about the key doctrinal differences between Calvinism and Arminianism?

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As Christian’s, we certainly acknowledge the Deity of the Holy Spirit. He is the Eternal, Holy, Third Person of the Trinity who is worthy of all worship and exaltation.
Yet, Jesus made it clear what the Holy Spirit’s main role and goal would be while here on earth? Would He seek glory for Himself, or would He point to the glory of Christ?

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Topic: The Girl Scouts and Political Correctness

Have the Girl Scouts gotten too liberal these days? Should we support them any longer by purchasing their cookies? Patti Garibay was active with the Girl Scouts for 13 years, and she was disheartened in 1995—when it was clear that girls could commit to God or to whatever deity or no deity as they wish in the Girl Scouts. Garibay asserts, “The Girl Scouts have lost their moral compass. The Girl Scout’s organization continues to engage in left-wing political activism, exposing young girls to liberal politicians and promoting their ideology.” Indeed, recently, the organization rewarded a young Girl Scout for her efforts to promote abortion. Garibay has since founded American Heritage Girls, which is now found throughout the country and beyond and boasts 50,000 members. Patti Garibay joins Jerry Newcombe to discuss political correctness and the Girl Scouts, plus her positive alternative, American Heritage Girls. www.americanheritagegirls.org
[an encore presentation]

 

 

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Topic: Objections to the thesis of George Washington the Christian.

Dr. Peter Lillback is the president of Westminster Theological Seminary (Philadelphia) and the founder/president of Providence Forum, the organization that published the book by Peter Lillback and Jerry Newcombe, “George Washington’s Sacred Fire,” which Glenn Beck helped turn into a national bestseller. Some people object to the idea that George Washington was a Christian. Wasn’t he a Mason? Didn’t he own slaves? Didn’t he use strange (to us) names for God? Didn’t he avoid communion? On this segment of Vocal Point, Peter Lillback and Jerry Newcombe discuss objections to the notion that our first president was a Christian. www.providenceforum.org
[an encore presentation]

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