The Robomney Effect

* Violent Crime: Bob & co-host Doug McBurney discuss the state of domestic tranquility and the epidemic of violent crime in America and ask why the FBI publishes the statistics on crime related to illegal drug use, alcohol abuse, “hate crimes,” and other categories, but not fornication-related crime (including homosexual crime). 

* Big Homosexual Donor Dumps Romney: Richard Grenell resigned as Romney’s national security and foreign policy spokesperson after only a few weeks on that job and switched his support from Romney to Obama (two sides of the same coin: regardless of the outcome, it's tails, we lose). Since Obama has, as he said, “evolved” to support homosexual marriage, campaign cash has been piling up.

* Pro-Homosexual New York Court Decriminalizes "Merely" Viewing Child Porn: The New York Court of Appeals ruled that “merely viewing” child porn on the internet does not constitute a crime.

Monthly Televised ClassicsToday's Resource:Meet the Apostle Peter in this important Bible study. Have you considered why Peter addresses his letters to no well-known recipients? Rather, similarly to James, John, and Jude, he sends them generically to the circumcision believers scattered abroad. Why? Meanwhile, Peter mentions the Apostle Paul, who addresses his epistles to many well-known leaders and specific regional churches. Teacher Bob Enyart demonstrates that understanding the big picture of the Bible, its plot, helps to see even such small books as First Peter and Second Peter in their proper perspectives. Such biblical observations go a long way toward explaining the differences between Peter and Paul. For as Peter himself wrote of, "our beloved brother Paul" who "has written to you as also in all his epistles… in which are some things hard to understand…"

This fascinating Bible study is available in a 6-DVD set, on MP3-CD or MP3 download. You can click to order online or call us at 1-800-8Enyart (836-9278).