World Council of Churches

Yesterday we brought you part 1 of our 2-part interview with Peter Hammond (frontlinemissionsa.org), Founder and Director of Frontline Fellowship in South Africa. He gave a sober evaluation, based on direct observation, of the life of Archbishop Desmond Tutu. On today's podcast, he continues with some personal interactions he had over the years with the Archbishop. He goes on to look at worldview wars, the importance of campaigning for the truth, and his optimism about the future.

Peter Hammond Part 1: Truth About Legacy

Broadcast Running Time: 26:04

John Loeffler

January 27, 2022

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Archbishop Desmond Tutu passed away recently from cancer at the age of 90. The media's reports of his legacy have been mostly positive. But was he the hero everyone thinks? Back with us today for part 1 of a 2-part interview is Peter Hammond (frontlinemissionsa.org), Founder and Director of Frontline Fellowship in South Africa. He had a front row seat in Cape Town for most of Tutu's public life and he reports on things the media won't touch, including actions by the Archbishop that didn't line up with the position he held.

Dexter Van Zile: No more BDS for WCC

Broadcast Running Time: 15:13

John Loeffler

March 8, 2021

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The World Council of Churches has always found a reason to condemn Israel, but now they seem to be backing away from the BDS movement, something they have supported for the last two decades. Why is that? Back with us today is Dexter Van Zile (camera.org), Christian Media Analyst with the Committee for Accuracy in Middle East Reporting and Analysis. He looks at evidence that the WCC has in fact supported BDS over the years, but may be opting out now due to political concerns. They haven’t spoken out about religious persecution in China yet. We’ll see if they will.