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Tuesday, September 12, 2017
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First hour of the show today Kerby chats with author and family therapist, Dave Carder. He discusses his book, Anatomy of an Affair: How Affairs, Attractions, and Addictions Develop, and How to Guard Your Marriage Against Them.

In the second hour Kerby will discuss issues in the news and he will take your calls when you call us in-studio at 800-351-1212.

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

Dave Carder
Author | Family Therapist
Dave Carder serves as Pastor of Counseling Ministries at First Evangelical Free Church of Fullerton, CA. His specialty is Adultery Recovery and Prevention for which he has appeared on numerous media outlets including The Oprah Winfrey Network, Discovery Health, and The Learning Channel, The Tony Robbins Passion Project, Ladies Home Journal, USA Today, The Counseling Connection, and various other magazines and journals. He is the author or co-author of Torn Asunder: Recovering from an Extramarital Affair, Close Calls: What Adulterers Want You to Know About Protecting Your Marriage, and Unlocking Your Family Patterns: Finding Freedom from a Hurtful Past. He holds the Michigan Limited License for Psychology and the California Marital and Family Therapy license, and has graduate degrees in Biblical Literature and Counseling Psychology. Dave and his wife, Ronnie, have been married for 49 years, and have four adult children and eight grandchildren.
Anatomy of an Affair: How Affairs, Attractions, and Addictions Develop, and How to Guard Your Marriage Against Them
When it comes to adultery, never say, “It won’t happen to me.”

Just when you think your marriage is safe from adultery is when you may be the most vulnerable.

With eye-opening stories, clinical insights, and up-to-date data, Dave Carder reveals what adulterers learned the hard way—and what they want the rest of us to know to save us the pain.

Dave Carder, counselor and author of the bestselling Torn Asunder (100,000 in print), is a sought-after expert on issues of adultery. Here he helps you make your marriage adultery-proof by showing you:

How attractions can lead to affairs
Ways you may be vulnerable to affairs
The common ingredients of adultery
How to restore intimacy to your marriage
How to make wise, protective decisions

Marriage is too sacred to be taken casually. Affairs are a very real threat, and they can destroy lives and families. For this reason, Anatomy of an Affair should be on every church leader’s and marriage counselor’s required reading list, and in the home of every married couple.

Includes charts and assessments to understand and guard against affairs.
New Hampshire Voter Fraud
Here are some connect-the-dot facts:

The New Hampshire-Massachusetts border is a mere 40-minute drive for civic-minded progressives in Boston. The Granite State has same-day registration, which means you can register to vote and then cast a ballot on the same day.

New Hampshire is where the nation’s first presidential primary is held every four years.

In 2014 and 2016, the state attorney general, Democrat Joe Foster, issued a memo to local election officials warning them that they were not to turn away anyone who wanted to vote.
Crushing Terrorism
America is not engaged in a war on terror as much as it is fighting an "ideological war" waged by Islamist "fanatics," Fox News contributor Mike Huckabee said Monday, the 16th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks.

In his remarks, Huckabee said the war on terror is a label that is too unspecific.

"It's an ideological war, and I think that we have to at least do what we are now starting to do under this president, President [Donald] Trump, and that's at least admit that the war is an ideological one," he said, per The Daily Caller. "And that these are fanatics."
Adjusting Campus Sexual Assault Policies
Matt wrote about this controversy yesterday, but given the sheer volume of hysterical outrage generated by the Trump administration's potential policy shift, it merits additional scrutiny. To hear critics tell it, Education Secretary Betsy DeVos practically legalized rape on college campuses last week. She did nothing of the sort, of course. One of the loudest voices in the chorus of ignorant or manipulative opprobrium was rumored presidential hopeful, California Senator Kamala Harris.
Stop Smearing DCA Critics
For more than 16 years, senators and congressmen have been trying to pass bills giving legal status to people who illegally immigrated to the United States as children. The latest iteration had a name with the initials D.R.E.A.M., so the beneficiaries of the proposed law became known as “DREAMers.” When the DREAM Act died in the Senate in 2010, President Obama circumvented Congress and unilaterally granted nearly 800,000 DREAMers the right to live and work in America. The Obama Administration called this move DACA or “Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals.”

The Trump administration recently announced that it would phase out DACA. The White House emphasized that it would not target DREAMers for deportation and that it would allow many DREAMers to renew their legal status for another two-year term.



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