What is Billy Graham’s legacy? Was he an example of faithfulness to the gospel, or did he compromise with false religion and a false gospel? Was Graham a positive example? What does Leighton Flowers’ defence of Billy Graham reveal about his beliefs? What does it reveal about his criticism of Calvinism? Is Pulpit & Pen a reliable source of information? Is the pope of Rome our brother in Christ? Are Roman Catholics saved? What should we make of the claims that Billy Graham’s death is a prophetic sign?
On tonight’s programme we look at a TV programme which aired in Australia early last year called ‘Bride and Prejudice’. How did it portray homosexuality and gay ‘marriage’? How does the LGBT movement, and its morality, claim the moral high ground?
On tonight’s programme we conclude our look at Jordan Peterson and Ben Shapiro’s talk on the Rubin Report. What are Peterson’s views of Christianity and of who Christ is?
On tonight’s programme we examine the comments made by Ben Shapiro, with Dave Rubin and Jordan Peterson on the Rubin Report, on the differences between Christianity and Judaism.
On tonight’s programme we look at some comments Michael Brown recently made on how it’s debatable, within the body of Christ, if belief in the Trinity is really a necessary doctrine to be believed to be a Christian. We also examined a story Sid Roth tells of a man who healed a baby by kicking it. Michael Brown has been friends with Sid Roth since 1984. Will Brown denounce this?