It’s all news and opinion this hour. First, we look at some of the stories making headlines. Then, we travel down-under to find out what our favorite Scottish apologist thinks about things happening in the world today. We will start with his impressions of the life of Queen Elizabeth II. We will also discuss why the Bible can be trusted. Get ready to think critically and biblically!
Join us this hour as we examine some very troubling statistics that tell us that too many of our “shepherds” have lost their way, no longer holding fast to a biblical worldview. We then hear about a new book that uses the Psalms as a form of daily devotion and as a way of teaching us how to get more out of God’s word.
David Robertson is working as an evangelist with Australian churches.He is involved with education, media, churches and various forms of outreach as a speaker, writer and broadcaster. He is the author of six books, his most recent is A.S.K, an apologetic book for teenagers. He is a regular columnist with Christian Today and Evangelicals Now. He also writes occasional articles for other publications – including Eternity magazine in Australia.
George Barna is the Director of Research and cofounder of the Cultural Research Center at Arizona Christian University. He is also an ACU professor, focusing on worldview assessment and development, and cultural transformation. He was the founder and leader of the Barna Group, a research company that has set the standard for understanding trends in American culture. In addition, Barna serves as Senior Research Fellow at the Center for Biblical Worldview at the Family Research Council. He has taught at the undergraduate and graduate level, and has pastored two churches. Barna has written more than 50 books, including numerous award-winners and New York Times bestsellers.
John Greco served as the editor of the He Reads Truth Bible and the New Testament theological editor for the NIV Cultural Backgrounds Study Bible. He is the author of several books including Gospel Here and Now, Manger King, The Promise of Christmas.