The Dominic Enyart Show

Theology Thursday

Greetings and welcome to The Dominic Enyart Show where we discuss worldviews, culture wars, and politics from a Biblical perspective. Dominic Enyart (son of the late, great Bob Enyart) broadcasts live in Denver on the mighty 50,000-watt blowtorch of the Rocky Mountains, KLTT (AM 670), and right here on KGOV.com! Enyart is a Christian, conservative, theologian, and anti-abortion spokesman. He began speaking publicly at 19 and is encouraging his generation to stand and fight for truth, justice, and sanity.

Enyart has appeared on Fox News and has a history of testifying before Colorado legislators at the state capitol in support of the unborn. His involvement with Colorado Right to Life has encouraged him to be an unyielding and uncompromising voice for life. We invite you to join the brightest audience in the country, and listen in!

Patriotism | Part 1

Today on The Dominic Enyart Show we’re talking about patriotism. Should we be patriotic? Should we be loyal to our country? Should we be loyal to our leaders? We’re focusing on the left who want to take any given sin of America and use that to push self-hatred onto the people. On one hand, you have that, and on the other hand, patriots who believe “America can do no wrong.” We must walk the line between both of those positions and recognize sin for what it is. We’ll conclude this topic tomorrow, so make sure to tune back in!

The Fall of Roe | The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

Today on The Dominic Enyart Show, Roe has fallen. We’re taking a look at the morality of the supreme court decision. We’re also going back to an article by American Right to Life which debunks the notion that abortion is a “states’ rights issue.” All of that and more, today- on The Dominic Enyart Show.

The Canon of the Bible: New Testament (Pt. 3)

Today on the Dominic Enyart Show, we’re taking a step away from the (stale) news and continuing our look at how the canon of the Bible was formed. Jesus said that “Heaven and earth will pass away, but My words will by no means pass away.” That’s a powerful statement, but how do we know it’s true? How do we know that the Word of God has not been replaced or diluted by the word of man?