You mean food and water? Dick Lamm: Yes.

Bob Enyart reports on his panel discussion at the University of Denver which was moderated by

"Duty-to-die" Dick, former Colorado Governor. Lamm, at DU law professor, and a Hemlock Society board member, all claimed to support physician-assisted suicide, but it had to be voluntary, and for adults, and for terminally ill patients. Bob Enyart pointed out that none of them disagreed with Children's Hospital intentionally starving to death a 4-year old handicapped boy. So, Bob called the governor a liar to his face.

Correction: On today's program, Bob referred to Planned Parenthood's 2013 bill on crimes against pregnant women (HB 1154) as a fetal homicide bill. That was incorrect, for of course, abortionists typically attempt to take the focus off the unborn, as though he or she doesn't exist, and consider only the mother (and not her child). Thus, the law did not refer to a "homicide" of the child. However, interestingly, and almost certainly an oversight on the part of the child-killing legislators, that law does refer to the baby as a "living human being". Wow, talk about confusion on the part of the pro-aborts.

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For more information, see:
- Bob's classic Open Theism Debate with D. James Kennedy's professor of New Testament Dr. Samuel Lamerson.
- Our heavily Bible-based article, Is God In Or Outside of Time.
- A brief and fast-moving written Q&A between Will, a former BEL producer, and "Jaltus" in an Open Theism Debate with Will & Jaltus.
- Bob Enyart's debates with Dr. Larry Bray: The president of The North American Reformed Seminary (TNARS), Dr. Bray, twice debates Bob Enyart, the pastor of Denver Bible Church. The topics are: Is Calvinism Biblical? and Is the Future Settled or Open? (The host for these events, reformed believer David New, removed both of these debates from his site. We've rescued the first and put it back online, and Lord-willing we'll recover the second one and get it