Is it possible that asking the right questions can be the doorway for planting the seeds of the gospel? On In The Market with Janet Parshall this week our guest, a respected apologist, explained how to deal with relativism when witnessing and how to graciously but effectively address some of the most challenging issues that come up during witnessing. Between Hollywood misrepresentations and biblical misinterpretations, it can be easy to get confused over what will and will not happen during the last days. But we turned to a bible and prophecy expert to help us understand the truth about the End Times so that we can be prepared for the Lord’s great returning. A respected bible teacher and defender of the faith took us back to the days of the New Testament saints who stood for Christ in time that was also hostile toward their faith. He explained the importance and value of suffering as part of God’s plan for those who have stand up for the hope of the gospel in a time of opposition and resistance. Five common lies have derailed the lives of many women, but we tackled each of those lies with a woman who has struggled with each of them in her own life. Through her story she taught us how to stand up against these false assumptions and find security in God’s design for biblical womanhood. The news never stops and neither does our need to scrutinize it through the lens of scripture, so join us once again as Janet and Craig continue to teach us how to separate the truth from the confusion in the headlines of the week.
This week on In The Market with Janet Parshall climate control advocates are pushing their addenda through radical behaviors that get lots of media attention and questionable scientific conclusions that don’t bear up under the weight of informed scrutiny. We turned to an expert on these matters to expose the dangers of this agenda and what’s really behind the push to transition to full renewable energy use by 2050. Attacks on Jews have increased around the world over the last few years. Along with these attacks have been those who dismiss the horrors of the holocaust. Why? We turned to the man who is leading a powerful ministry that is leading Jews to the foot of the cross to answer the questions of why anti-Semitism is on the rise and how believers should respond to these attacks against God’s chosen people. Seeking a “jesus” in their own image some people today say that we need to divorce the Old and New Testaments from each other. Using his skills as a learned apologist our guest explained the fallacy of this thinking and why the triune nature of God can not be dismissed for a “god” that makes us feel more comfortable. A woman sick for many years touched the hem of Jesus’ garments and her faith healed her. Our guest combined her expertise in neuropsychology and understanding of scripture to help us see that He is still in the business of meeting us in our times of need bringing His healing power to the hurts in our lives. It is time to strip away the rhetoric and reveal the truth about the news of the week.
Craig Parshall is a senior legal counsel to Washington-based groups, including the American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ), where he focuses on free speech and religious liberty issues. He is also the founding Director of the John Milton Project for Free Speech, and is a leading strategist on matters of free speech on the Internet. Craig is also a columnist and a New York Times best-selling fiction author.