* Weinstein Reversing the Clinton Thing... And Roy Moore: Of the many confirmed kgov.com/predictions over the decades, one that Bob Enyart got very wrong was that a 1992 sexual accusation against Bill Clinton would prevent him from winning the presidency. Since Hillary defended her predator husband though it has been open season on women. It is truly wonderful that women victims are getting their day in court, so to speak, and that the Clinton Curse is being reversed. Now however comes the accusations by four women, then teenagers, of a 30-something Roy Moore flirting and kissing, providing alcohol to the oldest of them, and with the youngest, of groping and more. Judge Moore has denied all of this, alleged to have occurred when these women were 14, 16, 17, and 18. The accusations apparently come from women who do not know one another; who had not even gone public but were found by reporters; some of whom have contemporaneous or early witnesses to their accounts; and some of whom have consistently voted Republican. The Bible is a criminal justice textbook and it says that two or three witnesses establish a matter. True, there is more to it than that, but often, that is mostly what matters. Yet plenty of conservatives, who have eagerly greeted all the group accusations against liberal men, will now tend to behave like Hillary with a knee-jerk accusation against these women. Certainly Christians should be more concerned about the truth and about ending the epidemic of men using women and girls, than they are about the partisan obsession of losing a Senate seat. [Today's BEL radio program does not address this matter.]
* Why is there a Scroll Nailed to the Cross? In this Bible Study, Bob Enyart goes through Paul's Epistle to the Colossians verse by verse, showing how this Scripture book brings Christians to consider Christ's role in the Godhead, and the very nature of the Trinity. Learn also about God's delegation of authority as indicated by His creation of thrones and dominions, powers, principalities, and authorities. And Paul wrote that God nailed the law to the cross of Christ. Wow! Hear also Paul describe the rules and regulations invented by churches as "self-imposed religion" having "no value against the indulgence of the flesh."