Already Gone, But Getting Them Back: Fighting for The Next Generation for Christ And Country! We are joined by Nathan Kistler (Hope to The Hill). Topics discussed include: What are millennial’s seeking that they aren’t finding at church? What is the strong connection between proper teaching and where young adults end up in relation to Christianity? Where did the concept break down for the older generation to not teach the younger generation?
In today’s digital age, Christians must be much more aware of cultural and societal issues, and sometimes, find themselves engaged in debates concerning gun control, religious liberties, abortion, the economy, immigration and threats to America—even if they don’t want to be.
Now, the American Pastors Network (APN) and its radio ministry, “Stand in the Gap Today,” are offering a checklist of sorts so Christians can consider almost any of these issues by asking four questions.
“Nearly any issue of freedom can be considered from the basic principles upon which our representative republic sits,” said APN President and radio host Sam Rohrer. “If these considerations are not made, we will begin to lose our civil freedom, and it will not return. Decisions regarding freedom and liberty must be linked to eternal moral principles, linked to history and linked to reality.”
To help Christians consider these issues from the viewpoint of what the Bible says, what the Constitution permits, what freedom requires and what justice demands, APN has created an infographic titled “Knowing Where to Stand on Today’s Toughest Issues: A Dynamic 4-Step Approach to Evaluating Today’s Most Challenging Issues:”
- What does the Bible say? If God explicitly says it, we obey (Deuteronomy 30:15-19). If God is not explicit, we apply biblical principles.
- What does the Constitution permit? The Constitution complements the Bible, not vice versa. Established laws must conform to the Constitution that recognizes God created rights.
- What does freedom require? The end result of accepting biblical truth is freedom. Freedom is the result but also the goal.
- What does justice demand? The primary purpose of government is to enact justice—to punish the evil doer and reward those who do good. The administration of justice must conform to biblical principles and constitutional law.
“This framework and roadmap will permit any person, whether in office or a private citizen, to come to the right solution regarding a variety of challenging issues,” Rohrer added, “providing that they, in fact, want to come to a conclusion that protects our Constitution and our freedom—that is the hinge pin.”
The Hidden Meaning of Passover: What Every Christian Should Know. In this rebroadcast from 4/14/17 we are joined by Messianic Jewish Evangelist JB Bernstein (Founder of Gates of Zion). Topics discussed include: What is the history of Passover? What is the Seder meal? How should Christians witness to Jewish friends and family? Is there one vital connection between Passover and Easter for Christians to know?
The Latest Research: Americans Favor Capitalism, but Tempted by Socialism… We are joined by George Barna (Executive Director of American Culture and Faith Institute). Topics discussed include: Americans only ‘favor’ Capitalism? What it means….. Is the American republic facing extinction? How did we get into this mess? Is there a way out?
How can we tell when a news source is distorting facts to sensationalize the issues or even to try to influence our nation to change our culture and belief systems? Who can we turn to for factual information and truth?
What is the prophetical component Islam will play in the end times?
What is Islam’s view of Jesus Christ? If Islam denies God as Jehovah, and denies that Jesus is the Son of God then according to the Bible, how should Christians respond to the ideology of Islam?
What is the Islamic view of God? Why it is so important to start with this understanding?
Jimmy DeYoung (Host of Prophecy Today) discusses Gen. 25 and how it relates to the origination of Islam
What is a short Biblical history for where Islam came from?
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