Today, more and more religious groups – many evangelical – are joining the bandwagon of anti-Zionism. Why is that? Back with us today is Dexter Van Zile (camera.org), Christian Media Analyst at CAMERA, the Committee for Accuracy in Middle East Reporting and Analysis. He discusses what historically has happened when society tries to replace God and/or attempts to establish a utopia – Jews get hurt and eventually so does humanity. The Marxist takeover in the West right now is doing just that. And it may explain how religious groups have allowed social justice – and by extension anti-Zionism – to gain a foothold.
Can we turn around the bad times we're experiencing today or is it too late? Either way, what does that mean for our future and for the future of the Christian Church? Joining us today is Mike LeMay, retired General Manager of Q90FM in Green Bay, Wisconsin. He discusses how the few foundational blocks holding up Western society are beginning to wobble and once the first one collapses, the others won't be far behind. A public-private partnership has been created that will usher in this collapse, all while claiming they have the answers. How will churches fare? There will be worldly churches and there will be underground churches. We can fight the battles of this world, but keep your heart in the Lord. Know that while the Bible says we will lose the earthly battle, we will ultimately win the eternal war.
When danger reared its ugly head, the pastors turned and bravely fled. That could be used to describe today's church. But has it always been that way in America? Here with us today is Dan Fisher (danfisherbrr.com), Co-Pastor of Fairview Baptist Church in Edmond, Oklahoma. He goes through his presentation titled "Bringing Back the Black Robed Regiment," remembering the pastors from the late 18th century who bravely led their flock in battle to birth our Republic. It's a far cry from many of today's pastors who turn and flee from conflict. He offers solutions to turn the tide today.