RSR host Fred Williams and Brian Lauer continue to expose the underlying agenda behind the World Economic Forum's "The Great Reset". History professor Yuval Hariri is one the movement's chief advisors and a mouthpiece for promoting its anti-Biblical tenets. The top of his website reads, “History began when humans invented god, and will end when humans become god.” (see Isaiah 14:14) He believes that Artificial Intelligence will eventually take over, and end free will as we know it given that humans are "hackable animals".
RSR host Fred Williams is joined by Brian Lauer to unravel the World Economic Forum's "The Great Reset", a consortium of wealthy and powerful evolutionists looking to use the pandemic as an excuse to push their worldview. On the surface, it's just another socialist economic plan in a similar vein to FDR's disastrous New Deal and LBJ's failed Great Society, but this time it's driven by the flawed science of materialism and climate change.
*Animals in the Bible: Host Fred Williams and co-host Doug McBurney survey the creation story, the skins that clothed Adam & Eve, and the order of events and descriptions for hints that might help answer whether or not dogs go to heaven, (and bear on other important topics like “why did Israel sacrifice animals?” And what did God make crystal clear from the beginning regarding His creation of man… and woman).
*Dog & Man in the Bible: A survey of dog references in the Bible reveals some interesting facts, and elicits some interesting questions.
Fred & co-host Doug McBurney search out the answer to the age-old question, “Do Dogs go to Heaven?
Heads up! - We've got another Open Theism debate coming up this Friday, June 10th at 5 pm (Mountain time). Will Duffy Vs. Chris Date on the Explore Christianity YouTube channel. "Does Open Theism Best Explain the Biblical data?"
* Woke by Warming: Having trouble getting to sleep lately?
Fred & co-host Doug McBurney discuss NPR, the beginning and pur
RSR host Fred Williams is joined by Ryan Williams to finish their run-through of the latest creation magazine, and to talk about a New York Times article on “Deadly Venom From Spiders and Snakes May Also Cure What Ails You”. One of the most promising venom-derived drugs to date comes from the deadly Fraser Island funnel web spider of Australia, whose venom treatment halts cell death after a heart attack.