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Thursday, February 14, 2019
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Today’s show is hosted by Kerby Anderson. His first guest is Nick Novello, a Dallas Police Officer, who will discuss corruption in the city of Dallas. Next he chats with nationally known Author, Speaker, and Radio Host, Alex McFarland. They discuss our nation’s abandonment of moral law. Then Kerby welcomes Wesley J. Smith, Senior Fellow at Discovery Institute’s Center on Human Exceptionalism, to talk about assisted suicide. Kerby’s final guest is Melissa Fisher. She will tell us about her new book, “The Way of Hope.”

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Kerby Anderson
Kerby Anderson
Host, Point of View Radio Talk Show
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Kerby Anderson is host of Point of View Radio Talk Show and also serves as the President of Probe Ministries. He holds masters degrees from Yale University (science) and Georgetown University (government). He also serves as a visiting professor at Dallas Theological Seminary and has spoken on dozens of university campuses including University of Michigan, Vanderbilt University, Princeton University, Johns HopkinsRead More

Wesley J Smith-Show Page
Wesley J. Smith
Senior Fellow - Discovery Institute's Center on Human Exceptionalism
Lawyer and award winning author, Wesley J. Smith, is a Senior Fellow at the Discovery Institute’s Center on Human Exceptionalism. He is also a consultant to the Patients Rights Council.
Smith has been named one of the nation’s premier expert thinkers in bioengineering and the Great Defender of Life.
He is the author or coauthor of fourteen books. A prolific writer and blogger, Smith has published hundreds of articles and opinion columns on issues such as the importance of being human (human exceptionalism), assisted suicide, bioethics, eugenics, transhumanism, legal ethics, medical ethics, and public affairs.
Throughout his career in public advocacy, Smith has appeared on thousands of television and radio talk/interview programs and has been called to testify by countless members of legislative and executive branches of government to give advice on issues within his fields of expertise. He has testified as an expert witness in front of federal and state legislative committees, and has counseled government leaders internationally about matters of mutual concern.
Smith is an international lecturer and public speaker, appearing frequently at political, university, medical, legal, disability rights, bioethics, religious, industry, and community gatherings across the United States, Europe, Mexico, Canada, South Africa, Australia, and at the United Nations.
Melissa Fisher Show Page
Melissa Fisher
Writer | Speaker | Church Consultant
Melissa Fisher is writer, speaker, and church consultant. Having seen God's power work in her own life, she is passionate about seeing the lost, broken, de-churched, and unchurched find freedom, healing, and fulfillment in Jesus Christ. Formerly on staff at Gateway church, she now spends her time helping equip churches and ministries around the world engage the hearts of those seeking answers to questions on gender, sexuality, and faith. When she's not traveling in her van, she lives in Austin, TX and calls Gateway Church home.
Way of Hope
Most churches today struggle to answer the same-sex relationship debate that is quickly transforming our culture, our kids, and our churches. As a result, Christians struggle to demonstrate love and grace to those with same-sex attraction. That means that more and more people who are looking for truth and a place where they belong are deciding that the church is either indifferent to their struggle or outright hostile to "people like them."

There's a better way--the way of hope. With deep understanding born from her own painful experiences, Melissa Fisher shows that somewhere between the extremes of condemning and condoning is compassion. In this book, she aims to equip the church to make a positive difference in the lives of those hurting from relational or sexual brokenness. Perfect for pastors, parents, siblings, and friends of the ten million people in America who identify as LGBTQ, who long to love them well.
Nick Novello Show Page
Nick Novello
Dallas Police Officer - Dallas Police Department
Dallas Police officer, Nick Novello, was born in the Bronx, in New York City. He has been in uniform since 1971, having served in the U.S. Navy for two years, and then in the Amy for eight years. In all, he has four honorable discharges for military service.
Nick Novello is a cop straight out of central casting, right down to the heavy Bronx accent he never shed despite more than three decades behind the wheel of a Dallas police patrol car. He looks like every actor who's ever played a cop.
Nick is a fearless, outspoken whistleblower who is determined to make sure the citizens of Dallas are informed of their vulnerability. While he still works as a police officer, he is boldly speaking out against the city leaders who have brought Dallas to this point of chaos. The Dallas Police Department is currently under staffed, under paid, over worked and overwhelmed making Dallas citizens unprotected.
Nick is a spokesman for police reform, believing that incarceration is not a remedy for substance abuse, and that the policies in place, have done great harm to the fabric of our Culture, particularly, black and brown America.
Nick’s passion is the Cross of Christ, where God reconciled man to himself, in the person of his Son, Jesus Christ. “I am privileged to be in Prison Ministry, where I share the love of God with those incarcerated. I could not speak, as I do, but for my Lord and Savior. It is his mandate I speak to.”
Nick provides updates about the dire situation of our Dallas Police Department through social media, primarily Facebook and YouTube. He invites you to review this information so you can be informed about your city and help get this important information out to others.
Alex McFarland, PhD
Author | Speaker | Radio Host - Truth for a New Generation
Dr. Alex McFarland is a religion and culture expert, a national talk show host and speaker, author of 18 books, creator of the Truth for a New Generation apologetics conferences and host of “Exploring the Word” on American Family Radio.
As an advocate for Christian apologetics, Alex has preached in more than 1,500 churches, and has spoken in hundreds of locations throughout North America and internationally. He is also the founder of the acclaimed national apologetics conference “Truth for a New Generation” (which has resulted in a combined attendance of over 50,000 people thus far). Alex has been featured at conferences such as The Billy Graham School of Evangelism, Focus on the Family’s Big Dig, and California’s Spirit West Coast, sharing the platform with Chuck Colson, Josh McDowell, and many others. Alex has been interviewed by numerous media outlets such as FOX News, SIRIUS XM, Associated Press, Newsmax TV, The Christian Post, and others. He is a graduate of Liberty University, and currently lives in North Carolina with his wife.
Nick Novello - DPD
Slow Response Times
By: Erin Jones - dfw.cbslocal.com - November 27, 2018 Police units taking two hours to show up to a shooting or a robbery. It’s what one Dallas Police officer says department records show and he’s on ...
Abandonment of Moral Law
By: Alex McFarland - alexmcfarland.com - January 16, 2019 One could argue that the American culture has abandoned many things in recent history. But the greatest loss among them, says religion and culture expert, national ...
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What Euthanasia Enthusiasts Want
By: Wesley J. Smith - firstthings.com - January 8, 2016 Assisted-suicide advocacy is wrapped in euphemisms and false assurances. We are often told that medicalized killing will be “a last resort” reserved for the terminally ...



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