We started In The Market with Janet Parshall this week learning how to tap into the power of the Holy Spirit. A well-respected national security reporter shared why multiple nations are calling for an investigation into why China was complicit in spreading the COVID virus. A physician also shared his concerns on why there must be an ethical vaccine against the virus. We were reminded that men and women are different and why those differences must be addressed to continue drawing men and boys back into Church. From painting sports leaders to civil rights leaders, our guest shared his powerful story of how God gifted him as an artist. Other stories made headlines this week as well and today we look at those news stories from a biblical perspective.
On In The Market with Janet Parshall this week we explained the powerful connection between the Old and New Testament and why the whole counsel of God’s word is so important. We had you digging deep into the Scriptures as our Bible expert answered more of your tough questions on Christianity and the Word of God. Many Christians struggle with the issue of the assurance of their salvation. We learned that we can know we are His – without a doubt! Why is anti-Semitism on the rise – and why has it shown up in the Christian Church? We examined both the cause and the cure. Today, we share more stories with you that made the news – and that cause us to think critically and biblically.
Mike Licona is associate professor of theology at Houston Baptist University and president of Risen Jesus, Inc. He has a Ph.D. in New Testament Studies from the University of Pretoria and is the author of numerous books including The Resurrection of Jesus: A New Historiographical Approach, Paul Meets Muhammad, and co-authored or co-edited The Case for the Resurrection of Jesus, and Evidence for God. Mike is a member of the Society of Biblical Literature, the Institute for Biblical Research, the Evangelical Theological Society and the Evangelical Philosophical Society. Mike also speaks widely on university campuses and in the media.