Micah No. 5. Parody of Mambo No. 5 by Lou Bega Performed by ApologetiX.

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Ray Comfort has a fascinating—and hilarious—conversation with an evolutionist.

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Joshua Aaron sings "O Come, O Come, Emmanuel" in English & Hebrew Live at the Tower of David!

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In the never-ending uproar over U.S. President Donald Trump, his administration’s recent move to lift a ban on traditional Christian adoption agencies went relatively unremarked.

Under President Barack Obama, child-welfare agencies were refused federal grants if they wouldn’t place children for adoption with same-sex couples. Last week, the White House reversed that ruling on the grounds that such agencies would no longer be forced “to choose between helping children and their faith.”

This followed a notable speech last month at the University of Notre Dame law school by U.S. Attorney General William Barr, in which he discussed his Catholic faith and passionately denounced secular intolerance.

The Trump adoption reform was condemned by human rights campaigners as “horrific,” “unconscionable” and “discriminatory” against LGBTQ people.

Barr, whose speech provoked a furor, was accused of “toxic Christian nationalism” and of violating his oath to defend religious liberty for all Americans. Liberal Catholics said his positions were “fire and brimstone” and a “threat to American democracy” because they “demolish the wall between church and state.”

Yet the new policy on adoption undid discrimination against Christian agencies. And Barr’s speech was a plea for religious freedom against secular intolerance and a well-founded statement of the Christian roots of American culture.

The significance of all this should not be underestimated — not just for Christians, but for Jews and Western culture in general ...


Published on 3 Nov 2015
A re-imagination of Paul's time in prison & his letter to the Philippians as an office mock-umentary.
Meet Lucius Picardius, the fictional head roman jailor, and follow his story.


We will be heading from winter into springtime, when traditionally at least, homes get an extra-special clean-up.  Much of the old is thrown out, and sometimes something new will be brought in.  It might simply be a redecoration of rooms, giving a fresh new look.  I don’t know how

Middle East Report

Stories this week include: Israel introduces new battlefield vehicle, New media centre helps combat anti Semitism and Israel's innovation helps saves lives.

Olive Tree

My guest today is called Eliezer Louvendal. His grandparents escaped from Poland and Germany during the war to escape the Holocaust, and settled in Argentina. Eliezer’s father later moved to Brazil which is where Eliezer was born and where he grew up.

Thinking Differently

In this clip Steve Maltz finishes talking about the re-launched Saltshakers website

Watching Over Zion

The Word:  Justice is turned back, and righteousness stands afar off; for truth is fallen in the street, and equity cannot enter. So truth fails, and he who departs from evil makes himself a prey. (Isaiah 59:14-15)