Record numbers of kids are leaving the faith – and many parents and church leaders are wondering what they should do to stem the tide. This Saturday, on Up for Debate, Julie Roys will explore what makes kids embrace faith with author Rebecca Lindenbach who’s interviewed dozens of Millennials who offer surprising answers. Also joining Julie will be “Sticky Faith” author Kara Powell who’s also done extensive research on what works and what doesn’t.
Did God send Hurricanes Harvey and Irma? And if He did, what does it mean? Is it a sign of His wrath or a wake-up call to us to realize that we need to submit to Him? This Saturday on Up for Debate, Julie Roys will discuss these storms with Line of Fire host Dr. Michael Brown who believes God is using these storms to remind us of our need for Him and Moody Church Pastor Erwin Lutzer who agrees and also believes these events could be a precursor to a future judgment. Don’t miss this intriguing discussion this Saturday on Up for Debate at 11:00 a.m. Central Time.
Did a woman write the book of Hebrews? And if so, what would that mean? This Saturday on Up for Debate, Julie Roys discusses this highly controversial notion with author Latayne Scott whose recent book argues that Priscilla wrote Hebrews. Challenging her view is David Allen of Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary who says Luke wrote the epistle. Don’t miss this intriguing discussion this Saturday on Up for Debate at 11:00 a.m. Central Time.
Medical marijuana is legal in 29 states and in Washington, D.C. It's also being legalized recreationally in several states. So should Christians consider marijuana another tool in an arsenal against pain during an illness, or should they abstain? This Saturday on Up for Debate, Julie Roys will discuss this issue with Norml's Alabama Executive Director Leah Graves who embraces marijuana's legalization and Dr. Richard Poupard who warns of some of its consequences.