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Tuesday, November 26, 2019
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Welcome to today’s show. Point of View’s Kerby Anderson hosts. Kerby’s first guest of the day is Professor Donald T. Williams. He brings his new book: “The Young Christian’s Survival Guide.” Next Kerby talks with Sue Bohlin. They will be talking about Probe Ministries’ National Student Mind Games Conference this coming summer. His final guest is Josh Mathew from the World Evangelical Alliance. He and Kerby will talk about National Bible Week and the Year of the Bible.

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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

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Donald Williams, PhD
Author | R. A. Forest Scholar | Professor of English - Toccoa Falls College
Donald T. Williams, PhD, is R. A. Forest Scholar at Toccoa Falls College in the hills of NE Georgia. A border dweller, he stays permanently camped out on the borders between theology and literature, serious scholarship and pastoral ministry, Narnia and Middle Earth. A past president of the International Society of Christian Apologetics, he is the author of eleven books, most recently Deeper Magic: The Theology behind the Writings of C. S. Lewis (Baltimore: Square Halo Books, 2016), “An Encouraging Thought”: The Christian Worldview in the Writings of J. R. R. Tolkien (Cambridge, OH: Christian Publishing House, 2018), and The Young Christian’s Survival Guide: Common Questions Young Christians are Asked about God, the Bible, and the Christian Faith Answered (Cambridge, OH: Christian Publishing House, 2019).
"The Young Christian's Survival Guide"
Some of the questions asked and answered in THE YOUNG CHRISTIAN'S SURVIVAL GUIDE are “You claim the Bible is inspired because it says it is, right (2 Tim. 3:16)? Isn’t that circular reasoning?” “You claim the Bible was inspired, but there was no inspired list of which books that is true of. So how can we know which ones to trust?” “With so many different copies of manuscripts that have 400,000+ variants (errors), how can we even know what the Bible says?” “Why can’t the people who wrote the four Gospels get their story straight?” “Didn’ t the Council of Nicaea just arbitrarily pick the books for the Bible that they agreed with and suppress all the rest with political power?” “People used to believe in miracles because they didn’t understand science. Don’t we know better than that now?” “That a man rose from the dead takes a lot of believing. How could you ever have enough evidence for a belief like that?”. “Science has proved that human beings evolved over millions of years rather than being created in six days. Why are you still clinging to ancient myths?” “Just because the Bible is true for you, why does that make it true for me?” “How can you base your modern life on a book that was written for a primitive culture?” “Doesn’ t the Bible support genocide?”. “Doesn’t the Bible support racism?”. "Doesn’t the Bible support slavery?" “Doesn’t the Bible support homophobia?”. “Doesn’t the Bible support the oppression and abuse of women?”. “There are so many religions, all sincerely seeking the same goal. What makes you Christians so arrogant that you think yours is the only way?”. “What about those who have never heard the Gospel?”. “If God is a God of love, why did he let my loved one die?”. “How can it be just for God to impose an infinite punishment (Hell forever) for finite sins?” These questions will be asked and answered with reasonable, rational, Scriptural answers.
Sue Bohlin
Professional Calligrapher, Speaker, Web Site Administrator - Probe Ministries
Sue Bohlin is an associate speaker and Web Site Administrator with Probe Ministries. She attended the University of Illinois, and has been a Bible teacher and Christian speaker for over thirty years in addition to being a professional calligrapher. She is a frequent speaker for MOPS (Mothers of Pre-Schoolers) and for Stonecroft Ministries (Christian Women’s Clubs), addressing the subject “How to Handle the Things You Hate But Can’t Change,” based on her experience with childhood polio. Sue serves on the board and as a speaker for Living Hope Ministries, a Christ-centered outreach to those dealing with unwanted homosexuality. She also serves on the Women’s Leadership Team for Bible.org and is a regular contributor to its Engage Blog. She and her husband Ray, Vice President of Vision Outreach for Probe Ministries, have two grown sons.
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Probe Ministries – Mind Games 2020
probe.org - Conference 2020 Students don’t have to “graduate from God” after high school! This total immersion week of worldview and apologetics, with lots of discussion and recreation built in, builds confidence that Christianity is true ...
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Josh Matthew
North American Bible Engagement Advocate - World Evangelical Alliance
With over 13 years in ministry, Joshua has established himself as an architect of transformation in churches and ministries worldwide, presenting to audiences of over 15,000 as well as leading and coordinating events with over 20,000 attendees. Currently serving as the North American Bible Engagement Advocate at the World Evangelical Alliance, which represents 600 million Christians in 130 nations, Joshua has successfully developed and implemented projects to increase engagement with the Bible among multiple regions.
In addition to earning his Bachelor of Theology from Sydney College of Divinity, Joshua holds a Bachelor of Business Management, Diploma of Ministry from Hillsong Leadership College, and is an accredited Training and Assessment professional.
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AD 2020 Global Year of the Bible Project
The goal of the AD 2020 Global Year of the Bible project is to present the Bible, the Word of God, as the enduring foundation for fostering unity, freedom, development and quality of life today and for the years to come.

Properly understood, the Bible points us to the Creator whose Word is true, righteous and endures forever. We will endeavor to demonstrate that the Bible’s story—infused with the power of Jesus Christ and the Holy Spirit—inspires compassion, integrity, hope, unity, strength, excellence, accountability, the recognition of the dignity of every individual, and most importantly, a right relationship with God. These are characteristics that should mark every generation as we understand our call as stewards of God’s world and as a light to all people, all for his glory.
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Emotionalism of the Left
By: Rachel Alexander - townhall.com - November 25, 2019 Those on the left claim they hold their views because they are intellectually superior to those of us on the right. But studies have shown that liberals ...



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