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Tuesday, October 24, 2023
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Welcome to our show! Kerby Anderson hosts. He shares biblical perspective on the the weeks happenings & the trends in the news. His first guest will be Rep. Michael McCaul. Congressman McCaul joins Kerby for one segment. They’ll discuss the war in Israel and the speaker of the house. Kerby’s next guest is Dr. Vince Vitale. They’ll discuss the question, Why Does God Allow Suffering? Kerby’s final guest is Sharon Miller. Kerby and Dr. Miller will talk about her book, The Cost of Control.

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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

Michael McCaul Show Page
Michael McCaul
Representative Texas' 10th Congressional District - United States House of Representatives
Congressman Michael T. McCaul is currently serving his tenth term representing Texas' 10th District in the United States Congress. The 10th Congressional District of Texas stretches from Lake Travis to the Brazos Valley and includes Austin, Bastrop, Brazos, Burleson, Colorado, Fayette, Grimes, Lee, Madison, Travis, Washington, Waller, and Williamson Counties.

Congressman McCaul previously served as the Chairman of the House Committee on Homeland Security, and at the beginning of the 118th Congress, he became the first Texan to chair the Foreign Affairs Committee, which considers legislation that impacts the diplomatic community.

Prior to Congress, Congressman McCaul served as Chief of Counter Terrorism and National Security in the U.S. Attorney's office, Western District of Texas, and led the Joint Terrorism Task Force charged with detecting, deterring, and preventing terrorist activity. McCaul also served as Texas Deputy Attorney General under current U.S. Senator John Cornyn, and he served as a federal prosecutor in the Department of Justice's Public Integrity Section in Washington, DC.

A fourth generation Texan, Congressman McCaul earned a B.A. in Business and History from Trinity University and holds a J.D. from St. Mary's University School of Law. In 2009 Congressman McCaul was honored with St. Mary's Distinguished Graduate award. He is also a graduate of the Senior Executive Fellows Program of the School of Government, Harvard University.

Congressman McCaul married his wife Linda in 1993. They are proud parents of five children: Caroline, Jewell, and the triplets, Lauren, Michael, and Avery. The McCauls call Austin, Texas, home.
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Vince Vitale, PhD
Author | Speaker | Faculty Scholar - CEO Forum
Dr. Vince Vitale was educated at Princeton University and the University of Oxford, where he also taught philosophy and theology -- briefly at Princeton and then for several years at Oxford. While an undergraduate student at Princeton, Vince journeyed from skeptic to believer after being challenged to read the Bible by two soccer teammates.
Vince serves as Faculty Scholar at CEO Forum and was previously RZIM’s Regional Director for the Americas. He has co-authored two books—Why Suffering?: Finding Meaning and Comfort When Life Doesn’t Make Sense (2014) and Jesus Among Secular Gods: The Countercultural Claims of Christ (2017).
While researching at Oxford, Vince developed a new response to the problem of evil. This response is discussed in book form with Oxford University Press as Non-Identity Theodicy: A Grace-Based Response to the Problem of Evil (2020).  InterVarsity Press and Tyndale House selected Vince as IVP Young Philosopher of Religion of the Year 2013.  In addition to his focus on biblical and cultural questions, Vince has strong interests in the topics of reconciliation, leadership, and theology of work, as well as in the intersection of faith and sport. He played varsity soccer at Princeton, was a “double Blue” at Oxford (competing for the university in soccer and boxing).
Vince is married to Dr. Jo Vitale, who most recently served as a speaker and Dean of Studies at RZIM. Vince and Jo enjoy giving talks together, and trying (unsuccessfully!) to keep up with their
young children, Raphael and Jonathan.
Dr. Vince Vitale
Why Does God Allow Suffering?
Philosopher Dr Vince Vitale presents some of his PhD research around evil, suffering and theodicy. He and Ruth Jackson share their own experiences of suffering miscarriages, demonstrating that this is not just a theoretical question of why there is pain, but a deeply practical one of how we are to deal with this agony.
Book cover
Non-Identity Theodicy: A Grace-Based Response to the Problem of Evil Non-Identity Theodicy: A Grace-Based Response to the Problem of Evil
In one of the first substantial conversations I had on the topic of suffering, my aunt Regina expressed to me how difficult it was to see her son, Charles, struggle with a profound disability. Putting the question before the questioner, I began spouting some of my abstract, philosophical ideas about why God might allow suffering. After listening very graciously, Aunt Regina turned to me and said, “But Vince, that doesn’t speak to me as a mother.”
Sharon Miller Show Page
Sharon Miller, PhD
Author | Leader - Bright City Church
Sharon Hodde Miller leads Bright City Church in Durham, NC with her husband, Ike. She also holds a PhD on women and calling, and is the author of several books, including her most recent one, The Cost of Control: Why We Crave It, The Anxiety It Gives Us, And The Real Power God Promises.
The Cost of Control: Why We Crave It, The Anxiety It Gives Us, And The Real Power God Promises
We all wish we had more control. When our relationships are strained, when our bodies refuse to cooperate, when the future is uncertain, control promises security and peace. If only I were in charge, we dream. And this illusion seems more attainable than ever. Technology, science, medicine, and the internet all promise us ever-increasing mastery over our world.

The problem is, control is a "devil's deal." The more we seek it, the more it betrays us. In place of predictability, it gives us anxiety. In place of certainty, it creates more complexity. And in place of unity, it divides. It's not just that we cannot control things; it's that we break them even more when we try
Nighttime - Hamas rockets aimed at Israel
Where Hamas Launches Rockets
New documentation released by the Israel Defense Forces shows more of the barbarism practiced by Hamas terrorists inside the Gaza Strip.
Pro-Palestinian Columbia University students protest
Why Do Young People Support Hamas?
By: Noah Rothman - nationalreview.com - October 23, 2023 The 18-to-24 cohort isn’t evaluating events in Israel on their merits but filtering them through the intellectual ‘framework’ of lies they’ve been taught. The monthly Harvard/Harris ...
hundred dollars on the printing rollers
Is Another Black Monday Around the Corner?
By: John Greenwood and Steve H. Hanke - wsj.com - October 22, 2023 Early in the pandemic, the volume of U.S. dollars in circulation soared. For two years starting in March 2020, the M2 money supply—a ...



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