18 Dec 2021

TOPIC: The B-I-B-L-E. Is It Really the Book for Ye and Me? Part 2

2022-01-06T22:01:12-06:00Dec 18, 2021|

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Last week in part 1 of our series on the Bible, we heard some sound bites from a sermon by pastor Alistair Begg, addressing important questions about the Bible, such as:

  • How exactly is the Bible the “inspired of God”?
  • Does the Bible have the central place in our lives and church?
  • What is the structure of the Bible and its main theme?
  • Why is the Bible different and better […]
27 Nov 2021

TOPIC: Thanksgiving Special: The Pilgrims’ Beliefs and the Founding of America

2021-11-30T19:59:38-06:00Nov 27, 2021|

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GUEST: DR. JERRY NEWCOMBE, producer, The Pilgrims documentary

A small group of biblical Christians known as the the Pilgrims are widely considered to be “the founders of America”.

Numbering only about 400-500 souls, they had fled religious persecution in England to settle in Holland. But after ten years there, they decided on another move across the Atlantic Ocean to an unknown land that would become the United States.

About 50 Pilgrims were […]

06 Nov 2021

TOPIC: Why the Reformation Must Be Remembered

2021-11-09T21:09:06-06:00Nov 06, 2021|

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GUEST: MIKE GENDRON, founder/evangelist, Proclaiming the Gospel

We know the darkness the world celebrates each year on October 31 but it’s disconcerting that the day passes with most Protestant churches, generally, and Evangelical churches, specifically, devoting little or no time commemorating and teaching about something far more momentous which took place on that date in 1517—Martin Luther nailing his “95 Theses” document on the door of All Saints’ Church in Wittenberg, […]

03 Apr 2021

TOPIC: Easter Special—Why Is the Resurrection of Christ Unique and Important?

2021-04-03T07:36:03-05:00Apr 03, 2021|

GUEST: GREG GILBERT, senior pastor, Third Avenue Baptist Church

Nearly 2000 years ago, the most important three days in history took place when Jesus Christ was crucified on a cross on Friday, buried in a tomb, and then rose from the dead three days later on Sunday, after which he appeared to hundreds of eyewitnesses.

The reason these events are so consequential is that Jesus was prophesied […]

28 Nov 2020

TOPIC: Do You Have a Pilgrim’s Mindset?

2020-11-28T21:37:28-06:00Nov 28, 2020|

Beloved, I beg you as sojourners and pilgrims, abstain from fleshly lusts which war against the soul, having your conduct honorable among the Gentiles, that when they speak against you as evildoers, they may, by your good works which they observe, glorify God in the day of visitation. 1 Peter 2:11-12

In a bygone era in America, it was widely affirmed that the Pilgrims’ founding of Plymouth Colony in New England and the self-governing […]

09 May 2020

TOPIC: A Brief Tour of 2000 Years of Church History

2020-05-13T10:19:19-05:00May 09, 2020|

GUEST: DR. STEPHEN NICHOLS, author, 5 Minutes in Church History

Available at Ligionier.org

How much do you know about church history over the past 2000 years? Do you know the people, places, events, doctrinal debates, councils, splits, persecutions, and martyrs that have formed the church age?

Sadly, very few Christians know how God has worked in His church since the close of the New […]

07 Dec 2019

TOPIC: Christmas Special—How to Not Miss the Reason for the Season

2019-12-12T21:50:27-06:00Dec 07, 2019|

This is a rebroadcast of our December 22, 2018 program:

The most significant event in history was the coming of the Son of God, Jesus Christ, into our world.

From being born of a virgin woman, to living a sinless life, to performing miraculous acts, to offering His life on a cross to pay the penalty for mankind’s sin, to rising from the dead, to ascending into heaven—all in front of a watching world—is […]

19 Jan 2019

TOPIC: Are Reparations for Slavery Consistent with Repentance and Restitution? Part 1

2019-04-05T14:12:48-05:00Jan 19, 2019|


GUEST:Darrell Harrison, Former Fellow of the Black Theology and Leadership Institute, Princeton Theological Seminary

Martin Luther King Jr. Day is a national holiday that occurs at this time of year, commemorating King’s impact on civil rights in this country, particularly equality for blacks.

Decades after King, the issue of race and racism hasn’t died down.  In fact, race and racism are hot-button issues today, not just […]

17 Feb 2018

Is the Bible Really the Word of God? Part 1 of 2

2018-03-01T20:42:02-06:00Feb 17, 2018|

Guest: Michael Perkins – rebroadcast from 02/03/2018

Know this first of all, that no prophecy of Scripture is a matter of one’s own interpretation, for no prophecy was ever made by an act of human will, but men moved by the Holy Spirit spoke from God. 2 Peter 1:20-21

God doesn’t just exist. He hasn’t created everything and left us trying to figure out who He is and what He desires for us. No, God […]

04 Nov 2017

TOPIC: Race-Ism Part 2 — Of Statues and Slavery

2017-11-07T10:59:58-06:00Nov 04, 2017|

Guest: Gregg Frazer, author, The Religious Beliefs of America’s Founders

For all of you who were baptized into Christ have clothed yourselves with Christ. There is neither Jew nor Greek, there is neither slave nor free man, there is neither male nor female; for you are all one in Christ Jesus. Galatians 3:27-28

Recently on the program, we discussed a once-top public school district in Minnesota (Edina) that has altered its curriculum to […]