A vigilante killing & the earliest TV free will debate Pt. 5

See, the system works, at least according to the dead guy's daughter. Hear her on today's program. Still-dangerous bisexual twice-convicted child molester Mattieo Condoluci was killed by a vigilante. Bob's not issuing anything like an Islamic fatwad but he does recommend that the judge should harshly slap the guy's hand. Consistent with our coronavirus medical optimism, Bob also contrasts the 29 scientific papers published about the 2009 H1N1 pandemic as compared to the already submitted (and many scores published) 10,000 papers for COVID-19. And he announces our planned Monday interview of a leading scientist about the promising treatment expected from the drug Leronlimab. Finally, in this fifth episode of the earliest ever televised debate on predestination with Michigan pastor Brian Schwertley, Bob shared with the Calvinist audience that 26 times the Bible says that God repents while using nacham, the Hebrew word used to describe man repenting hundreds of times. While this is claimed to be a figure of speech, when God repents in action, like when He puts a man on a throne and then repents and removes him from the throne, that action cannot be a figure of speech! Why, because it's an action. It's not speech. The action actually shows God turning (i.e., repenting) and undoing something He had done, while He Himself says, "I repent" of what I have done. Also, sadly but predictively, in his first comments aired in Part 1, Bob asked, "Does the Calvinist deny that God the Son became flesh? I would hope not." Bob worried that Calvinists, even well known ones, may start denying Christianity's central doctrine, the Incarnation, to defend pagan Greek absolute immutability. Sadly, in 2014 that fear became justified when R.C. Sproul Jr. and Dr. James Write repeatedly denied that God the Son took on a human nature. P%26FW%20Debate.jpgSee kgov.com/sproul-and-white-deny-incarnation.

Today's Resource: Predestination & Free Will Debate Bob Enyart vs. Brian Schwertly. Can God change? Does He change? Has God pre-planned all events? Is your life following a complete script, written before you were born? Has it been decided in advance which, if any, of your children will go to heaven or hell?