Last week I filled in for Joe Sikorra. Here is the audio:

January 20, 2016, Hour 1 MP3

  • Religious talk found in the latest presidential debate.
  • Caller: I don’t believe in abortion – but what about welfare issues and issues of the poor? Isn’t abortion a solution to poverty? Caller: I am reaching out to guards near the Planned Parenthood  facility and the veteran pro lifers there  say not to.
  • Caller: I used to work for Planned Parenthood and as a nurse; I fear that abortions will always be happening no matter what we do to prevent it.
  • The new generational truths of the pro-choice movement.

January 20, 2016, Hour 2 MP3

  • Caller: The movie “Convinced” helped me to see a completely different perspective on abortion.
  • God’s model design for family.
  • A Catholic’s view on the soul and the body, as compared to evangelical Christians.
  • Cultural views on the body and the soul.

January 21, 2016, Hour 1 MP3

  • New study on pornography from Barna Research.
  • Caller: The Courage program is great for people with porn addiction.
  • Chastity in today’s culture.
  • Caller: I am wondering why the church as a whole does not speak about pornography.

January 21, 2016, Hour 2 MP3

  • “In God We Trust” national motto challenged in the United States Supreme Court.
  • Caller: To say that we can’t have any religion is unconstitutional in itself.
  • Caller: I think atheism is not a religion; our money shouldn’t endorse religion at all.
  • Caller:  The Founders of our constitution meant to create a distinction between religion and God.

January 22, 2016, Hour 1 MP3

  • Are your Facebook friends fake? Social media and cell phone usage are tearing apart from parenting skills.
  • The Catholic Church’s intimate relationship with Jesus through the divine Eucharist.
  • Donald Trump’s supporters are seeing him as running as Christianity’s “savior”.
  • Caller: Donald trump  is comparable to Thomas Paine in 1776, who was a Quaker.

January 22, 2016, Hour 2 MP3

  • Caller: Donald Trump is all about the sales pitch – and he’s selling Christianity now.
  • Winning the lottery is not always the best thing.
  • Dangerous associations with winning the lottery.
  • Marching for what is right in some shape or form.
Don Johnson Evangelistic Ministries