My little sister is a broadcaster at this station. It is, perhaps, needless to say that the local media is not very tolerant of the stand this group of people have taken. If you wish to show them some support you can check them out @ http://www.marshillnetwork.org/
Perhaps this bears closer study, but did the Patriarchs of the Bible sleep in the same bed as their wives? It seems to me that I've heard that they generally kept separate beds unless they were coming together for closer "marital relations."
(I am sure Solomon did not sleep in the same bed as his 700 wives)
I surmise that few will, though I have no way of knowing who is elect and who is not. Lot, for an example, was considered righteous, although little in the Genesis account would lead us to that conclusion.
This was the height of irony I greatly enjoy your show. I had to laugh, however, as I was downloading sermons for my "me-pod" as I was listening to your program. My wife and I each have one to listen to sermons while we are apart during the day. In the evening we have much better things to do than use them. Thanks for this great show!
Perhaps you should see the following sites before you shut your mind off completely!
This quote was particularly revealing "From a low orbit of the earth, many artificial objects are visible on the earth, such as highways, ships in the sea, railroads, cities, fields of crops, and even some individual buildings. While at a low orbit, the Great Wall of China can certainly be seen from space but it is not unique in that regard.
However, when leaving the earth's orbit and acquiring an altitude of more than a few thousand miles, no man-made objects are visible at all. NASA says, "The Great Wall can barely be seen from the Shuttle, so it would not be possible to see it from the Moon with the naked eye." Thus, it'd be tough to spot the Great Wall of China or any other object from the moon. Furthermore, from the moon, even the continents are barely visible."
So it all depends on your point of view. In low Earth orbit one can see the great wall (and presumably the KFC ad) further into space (e. g. the moon) one cannot. From deep space, one cannot see the earth with the naked eye, I'd imagine.
So any group that quotes from a completely unaffiliated group in which the unaffiliated group produces some information that is generally accepted by the public, but said information has been shown by another outside source to be incorrect, is goofy?