When it comes to natural medicines, such as herbs, vitamins, and dietary supplements, you want to make sure you're getting the truth about what works, what is safe, and what is a waste of money. Hear from our guest today who has combed the available research from around the globe to evaluate about 1300 natural medicines or interventions for more than 500 conditions or indications. Join us as we discuss brain and heart health, energy and fatigue, losing weight and so much more. Come with your questions!
When sin is disguised as virtue, the path to cultivating righteousness becomes impossible. Such is the challenge Christians face in the modern age. Not long ago, most people would agree that the seven deadly sins are in fact deadly. But ask them today, and you’ll hear a different answer. Today, "anger" is often considered an admirable emotion, "lust" the only expression of love, and "greed" the unassailable right to "get what’s yours." The world can rebrand sin all it wants and declare the death of truth, but it has no power against the truth of the Scripture. What God calls sin is sin—no matter what the world says. And sin always has the same destination—death and destruction. Join us as our guest provides a theology of sin and why the Christian must develop a prayerful heart and discerning eye to identify where sin exists in a world where good is called evil and evil called good.
Walt Larimore, MD, has been a family physician for nearly 40 years. The bestselling author of the Bryson Citybooks and The Best Medicine, as well as dozens of other books and hundreds of articles, he has been called "one of America's best-known family physicians" and was the recipient of a lifetime achievement award from Marquis Who's Who in 2019. He writes a bimonthly health column, "Ask Dr. Walt," for Today's Christian Living magazine and formerly hosted the Ask the Family Doctor show on Fox's Health Network. He has been a frequent guest, talking about family health topics, on a wide variety of television and radio shows, including The Today Show, CBS's Morning Show, CNN's Anderson Cooper 360, and several Fox News programs. Dr. Larimore currently lives in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
Dr. John Koessler is faculty emeritus of pastoral studies at Moody Bible Institute in Chicago, where he served as professor of applied theology and church ministry for 25 years. He is the author of several books, including All Together Different (with J. Brian Tucker), The Surprising Grace of Disappointment, A Stranger in the House of God, and True Discipleship: The Art of Following Jesus. He is a contributing author to the Moody Bible Commentary and also serves as a contributing editor for Moody Bible Institute's publication Today in the Word, where you can read his monthly "Theology Matters" column. Prior to joining the Moody faculty, John served as a pastor of Valley Chapel in Green Valley, Illinois, for nine years.