Posted on December 17th, 2014

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Air Date: December 17, 2014

Host: Jim Schneider

Guest: Jay Seegert

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Jay Seegert is the co-founder, executive director and principal lecturer for the Creation Education Center. He holds degrees in physics and engineering and has been lecturing on creation/evolution and the authority of Scripture for over 26 years. He is author of the newly released, 'Creation & Evolution: Compatible or in Conflict?'

Jay was raised in a Christian home having placed his trust in Christ early in grade school. He attended public schools through high school and then moved on to a Christian college in Arkansas where he studied mechanical engineering. His interest changed to physics and since they didn't have a physics major there he came back to Wisconsin to attend UW-Whitewater. This was quite a step, having attended a Christian college where the professors opened each class in prayer to UW-Whitewater where his physics professors not only didn't open each class with prayer, all of them were evolutionists and others were atheists. Being around these professors made Jay uncomfortable but the experience made him realize that he knew what he believed but he didn't know why. God put it on his heart to begin looking into these things so he began gathering evidence and even doing some speaking. Then about 8 years ago Jay felt God was leading him out of his computer programming business and into full-time ministry. He travels around the country speaking on the area of creation education communicating to people that it's all about the authority of Scripture.

On this edition of Crosstalk, Jay comments on the following:

--Who's going to benefit from the book, 'Creation & Evolution: Compatible or in
--Can you adopt the idea that God used millions of years to create the universe
and therefore make creation and evolution compatible?
--Why it's important to define the terms 'creation' and 'evolution' as they relate
to the idea of change.
--Where did the idea of evolution come from?
--The critical difference between historical and observational/operational
--How the teaching of evolution differs from the teaching of Scripture.
--What does the fossil record show?
--Ernst Haeckel's evolution drawings and other scientific frauds.
--Chimp vs. human DNA.
--The best evidence for creation.
--Old earth vs. young earth.

...and much more.

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Posted on December 16th, 2014

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Air Date: December 16, 2014

Host: Vic Eliason

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Vic began this edition of Crosstalk by reviewing a story that VCY America covered back in April of 2008. The story dealt with Pineview Elementary School in Reedsburg, Wisconsin. The school had a week known as 'Wacky Week' where students could dress up for Pajama Day, 70's & 80's Day and Senior Citizens/Opposite Gender Day.

VCY contacted the district attorney's office at the time and asked if they were aware that transgenders were going to Washington the next month to push for legislation involving special protections for those claiming to be transgender. They were not aware of this. The VCY network went public with the story and informed parents and they, in turn, contacted the school with their objections. The local paper carried the story, it went 'viral' and was even picked up by CNN.

What is causing people to be so confused about gender? Vic had listeners turn to the Bible's book of Romans, chapter 1 beginning at verse 18. Reading through verse 32 he finished the first quarter hour by noting that youth pastors and others need to pass this warning along to children and thereby help prevent the kind of gender confusion that exists today.

The second quarter hour began with Vic presenting more examples showing how gender confusion is showing up around our nation, with an emphasis on our schools. Stories included:

--The Baraboo, Wisconsin, school board narrowly approved a transgender student participation policy that will establish guidelines in district athletics.

--In Minnesota a non-binding proposal passed this month that allows boys to join girls sports teams, use their restrooms and spend the night in their hotel rooms.

--The G.L.A.D. media reference guide for transgender issues describes the terms to avoid when describing transgender individuals along with the preferred replacements.

--A West Virginia high school forces a Christian student to attend an LGBT club and then punishes him for mildly expressing his opinion.

--The Obama administration orders federally funded schools to let their students choose their own gender.

--New York Governor Andrew Cuomo orders private insurance companies to fund sex change procedures including hormone treatments and elective surgery.

--Members of the gay student alliance at a Massachusetts high school are upset about the tradition surrounding the colors of graduation gowns.

--Court orders school district to pay $75,000 award in a transgender girl's lawsuit.

--Senator Jeff Merkley to introduce a comprehensive LGBT nondiscrimination bill in the Spring of next year.

Posted on December 15th, 2014

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Air Date: December 15, 2014

Host: Jim Schneider

Guest: Jesse Lee Peterson

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Jesse Lee Peterson is the founder and president of BOND, the Brotherhood Organization of a New Destiny, whose purpose is 'Rebuilding the Family by Rebuilding the Man.' He is an outspoken critic of the liberal left and has been described as being the 'antidote to Jesse Jackson.' He is the author of books such as 'From Rage to Responsibility' and 'SCAM: How the Black Leadership Exploits Black America.' He is also host of the Jesse Lee Peterson Radio Show.

Jesse Lee grew up on a plantation in Alabama. He moved to Los Angeles when he was 18 years old and began listening to civil rights leaders like Jesse Jackson, Louis Farrakhan and others who said that white people were against blacks and that they were trying to hold blacks back. Since these men were influential adult leaders in the black community he believed their lies and that's when he began to think and feel the same way that many blacks feel today.

Eventually he began to question things. He felt that if white people were holding him back because he's black why was that fact not holding Jesse Jackson or his family back. This led him to ask God to let him see what really was holding him back. God showed Jesse Lee that he had anger rooted in his relationship with his parents. He repented of that, forgave his parents for their failings and the anger, doubt, fear and worry disappeared along with the emptiness he felt, an emptiness that God filled with love. It was at that point that he was able to see that he had been brainwashed by those in the black community that he trusted the most. Eventually he came to see that white racism isn't the problem. The problem is the destruction of the family.

While Jesse Lee is certainly aware of black-on-black physical crime that takes place, he also noted the spiritual crimes that black-on-black leaders are inflicting upon other blacks. This occurs when black leaders tell the black community that white people are the problem. He communicated that the moment blacks become angry with white individuals and judge them, that anger kills the spirit. Jesse Lee believes that black leaders from President Obama to Eric holder and others are guilty of perpetrating this spiritual crime that separates individuals from God.

Jesse Lee also presents his views on the Michael Brown shooting, if he feels most blacks are in greater bondage or freedom since Barack Obama became president, why he feels the goal of most black leaders is to control and use blacks to attain political power and financial gain and more.

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Posted on December 12th, 2014

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Air Date: December 12, 2014

Host: Jim Schneider

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Jim Schneider hosted this edition of Crosstalk that featured many headlines to keep you informed on vital issues. Stories included:

--Bowing to pressure from secular groups outside the state, Kentucky officials announced this week a decision to deny the Ark Encounter theme park an opportunity to participate in a tax rebate incentive program offered by the Senate's tourism office. In order to participate, Answers in Genesis would have to waive its right to include a religious preference in hiring and affirm that it will tolerate no proselytizing at the theme park.

--Anti-theist gives blasphemous invocation at Lakeworth, Florida, city commission meeting.

--Denver university professor teaches spoof of the Pledge of Allegiance that denounces the U.S. as a Republican controlled bastion of injustice.

--U.S. Army issues a letter of concern to one of its chaplains for using Christian scriptures and solutions during a suicide prevention training session.

--1st Circuit Court of Appeals has allowed a lawsuit to proceed against Pastor Scott Lively accusing him of crimes against humanity due to his views on homosexuality that he has taken overseas.

--Plano, Texas, passes dangerous non-discrimination policy that would potentially allow transgender persons to access the bathroooms of their choice.

--Fayetteville, Arkansas, voters have overturned a pro-homosexual/transgender ordinance.

--Parents angry after school tells 13 year-old students that they can have sex and choose their gender.

--ABC Family orders transgender 'docuseries' produced by American Idol host Ryan Seacrest.

--An Air Force lieutenant who is a prominent activist for homosexual rights in the military is awaiting trial for forcible sodomy and abusive sexual contact.

--Senator Jeff Merkley of Oregon says he intends to introduce legislation next year that will roll the controversial Employment Non-Discrimination Act into a broader bill creating special LGBT protections in numerous areas. He wants to narrow any religious protections.

--Kansas begins issuing gender neutral marriage forms.

--President Obama's amnesty plan puts millions of illegals on the fast-track for citizenship.

--Planned Parenthood Federation of America placed statement of support on its website for President Obama's plan to protect millions of illegal aliens from deportation.

--D.C. judge issues an order granting Sheriff Joe Arpaio's request for an expedited hearing and ruling on his motion for preliminary injunction in regard to amnesty.

--President Obama admits that the next occupant of the White House could roll back his executive action to protect up to 5 million illegal immigrants from deportation but he said a future president would pay a political price for doing that.

--U.N. sending thousands of Syrian refugees for resettlement in America.

--Omnibus bill calls for the Obama administration to make it easier for consumers to know if their insurance plan covers abortion as well as increasing funding for abstinence education. The bill also compels taxpayers to pay for abortions for Peace Corps workers in some circumstances.

--Some Australians are calling for the Bible to be banned in two popular retail outlets after they became upset because the video game Grand Theft Auto will not be on store shelves any time soon.

--Cleric at Temple Mount mosque delivers an impromptu sermon warning Jews that they are about to be slaughtered without mercy.

--The architect of Obamacare, Jonathan Gruber, believes in aborting marginal children.

--Canadian legislation would legalize active lethal injection euthanasia and assisted suicide for people with disabilities.

--Kathleen Sebelius calls on the White House to change the name of Obamacare.

--Jim reads example of how the 10,535 pages of Obamacare can be reduced to 4 sentences that basically describe socialism.

--President Obama moving rapidly to empty Guantanamo prison.

--House last week passes a resolution that would put our nation back on a cold-war footing in opposition to Russia.

--Louisiana Senator has drafted legislation to prohibit the federal government from mandating or coercing states to adopt Common-Core.

--According to a survey of 2,000 families, one-third of youngsters between 10 and 13 do not know that Christmas marks the birth of Jesus Christ. The poll also noted that only 10% of adults can correctly state 4 facts about Christ's birth and half of those surveyed said it isn't relevant to their Christmas celebrations.

Posted on December 11th, 2014

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Air Date: December 11, 2014

Host: Jim Schneider

Guest: Bodie Hodge

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Bodie Hodge is a speaker, writer and researcher with Answers in Genesis. He oversees their correspondence department and is a regular speaker in the Creation Museum Speaker Series. He is the author or co-author and contributing author of numerous books including, 'Tower of Babel', The Answers Book Series, 'Demolishing Supposed Bible Contradictions', 'How Do We Know the Bible is True?' and 'The War on Christmas.'

Christmas is a great time for evangelism because Jesus is on the hearts of many people. What makes this challenging is the fact that Jesus is the dividing line in the sense that no one comes to the Father except through Him (John 14:6). The result is that as our society continues to maintain a hyper-tolerant, all-inclusive posture toward most anything religious, the exclusivity of Christ and therefore Christmas, will continue to come under attack.

For example, Jim noted that there are 55 different billboards in San Francisco from atheists. Fox News has reported that an elementary school in Texas has banned Christmas trees along with the colors red and green from their upcoming Winter party.

Learn how you can respectfully challenge those who attempt to attack Christmas as Jim and Bodie look at the following:

--Where does the name 'Christmas' come from?

--Who was St. Nicholas?

--Do we really know when Christ was born?

--Should we be celebrating Christmas when the Bible doesn't specifically tell us to?

--What do we know about the star of Bethlehem?

--Did the wise men actually see Jesus while he was in the manger?

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Posted on December 10th, 2014

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Air Date: December 10, 2014

Host: Vic Eliason

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The theme text for this edition of Crosstalk is Luke 6:39-49. After reading this portion of Scripture, Vic presented some headlines concerning well known Christian artists. For example:

--Top Christian Music Artists Hit Bottom in God's Eyes. This article listed groups that have come out as homosexual or those sympathetic to that lifestyle that is helping to destroy the foundation of our faith and nation. Groups and artists include Third Day, Mercy Me, Michael W. Smith, Toby Mac, D.C. Talk, Stryper, Rebecca St. James, Ray Boltz and more. Sadly, these individuals are being lifted up as icons of spiritual authority for young people today.

Other headlines highlighted efforts of the Catholic Church that can only move people away from a sure foundation. Stories included:

--Pope Francis faced Mecca and expressed reverence along with a Grand Mufti during a tour of Turkey's Blue Mosque.

--Back on June 8th of this year, Pamela Geller reported that for the first time in history, Islamic prayers and readings from the Koran would be heard at the Vatican in Rome.

--The Pope calls for structured training to help clergy engage with Muslims.

--Pope Francis becomes a homosexuality hero.

--The Pope tells conservative bishops that God is not afraid of new things.

--Pope Francis says the church should help families stand by LGBT members.

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