Mormonism, Christian or Cult?


Mike examines what Mormonism is and what it believes. Is Mormonism Christian or a cult? How are we to respond to Mormons? A special thank you to Matthew Slick and Christian Apologetics and Research Ministry for their faithfulness and for their contribution to this program.

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Osteen, Mormons and Elephants…Oh My!


Mike discusses some recent issues including Joel Osteens answering some “hot topics”….Mormonism in the news again and the lack of courage by some to call it what it is… the obcession by many and some Christians with the occult…and the controversy surrounding The Elephant Room and T.D. Jakes…

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Theology 101-Pragmatism


Dr. R.C. Sproul once said, “Modern man wastes little time thinking about ultimate or religious questions. The pragmatist is basically skeptical or agnostic about man’s ability to discover ultimate truth…” On this program, Mike and Pastor Scott Reiber discuss the philospohy of pragmatism, or ‘the end justify the means’, contrasting how Christianity and its competitors influence various aspects of our culture: economics, science, art, literature, and government.

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Shocking, but not surpising, news of the day!

In this all new broadcast Mike examines some of the news of the day including a sermon series based on the Wizard of Oz, a new book that portrays Christ as a woman, a woman who claism to be a prophetess types in tongues, and more on Glenn Beck, Mormonism and those who partner with him.

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Questions a Traditional Southern Baptist Wants to Ask a Calvinist, Part 4

Mike and Scott Reiber continue their discussion on the bible study Questions a Traditional Southern Baptist Wants to Ask a Calvinist, this week addressing at the question “What if I am neither an Arminian nor a five-point Calvinist?”

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