Good Interesting interviews. Thanks for going out there and showing us the reactions! Careful of asking misleading questions, though, particularly the one about polygamy. Polygamy is actually very legal in many countries that outright impose imprisonment upon same-sex couples, so it's hard to say that either type of marriage is a slippery slope towards the other.
Interesting thoughts There are 1500 architects who question 9/11 and say that it is impossible to the buildings to fall like they did. Never in history has a building collapsed as a result of fires. Look on youtube about the architects questioning and demanding another investigation into the 9/11 event. These professionals are very compelling.
Great Sermon! So true...prayer is the key to revival and blessing.
I'd encourage everyone also to read what men of God like George Muller, D. L. Moody, Torrey and Andrew Murray said on prayer. You can find a great collection of their thoughts on prayer here:
Great Sermon! Absolutely loved it! Many of the issues I have wrestled with in my mind were addressed and explained. Will have to listen again.
Topic idea: Theologically how do we understand and explain serial killers? Are they born that way or does it develop or both?
Does common sense not tell you that if you are yelling in public, no matter what you are saying, that this is a nuisance and infringement on ears? What if an atheist would of been "preaching" aloud about ungodly things, would Christians of like to see him arrested? Of course! When you go out and yell in front of a crowd, your forcing them to listen to you and Christians, if done the same would not enjoy it either! If someone wants to wait at the DMV in the quiet morning and suddenly someone starts stammering into their ears, well guess what? You ask someone first if they can have a conversation with you and with a kind heart, you let them know about Christ,which is proven more effective anyway since the attention span is fixed. I keep seeing saved believers do this, get arrested and complain about persecution while they have 99.9% freedom to preach on street corners, to people in private, etc. Now as far as getting arrested, the police officer broke the law, and he did not ask the preacher to go away first, and put him in cuffs right away. he did not assess the situation. He may have had a prejudice to begin with. maybe we can get some cops saved!