Episode 11: Liberal Indoctrination Within Universities-Part 2

Podcast Episode
Today we continue talking with my friend who studies at UW-Stevens Point. We continue the discussion about how “free” and “accepting” college campuses are. Are universities still a bastion of free-thinking? You may be shocked at the answer.
If you haven’t listened to the first part you can do so here:


Political Review: 7/28/2017

Today in your #Political Review Mr. Trueblood and I discuss the important issues that happened these past two weeks. We give you our opinion about the Donald J. Trump and Jeff Sessions #drama. We elaborate on Sean Spicer’s resignation as well as update you on what’s going on in the #senate with #healthcare. This is the show to listen to if you want to stay up to date:

Political Review Episode

Episode 8: Try Me, I’m Jesus-Part 1

Today I am joined by my dear friend Pastor Syed. Syed is the author of the book “Try Me, I’m Jesus” as well as the head of the Isa for Muslims Ministry. Today he comes on the program to share with us how Jesus took him from being a devout Muslim to a devout Christian who now evangelizes to Muslims. It’s a testimony of heartache and triumph.
Try me, I’m Jesus

“Love your Neighbor” and the Muslim Refugees.

Was smoking my Gandalf pipe outside while pondering, love your neighbor, the Good Samaritan parable (Lk 10:25-37), and Muslim refugees. I realized something intriguing. The Good Samaritan didn’t bring the beaten Jew to his own home or community, he brought him to an inn. Probably because he didn’t know if the man was good or bad.

Why is this important or relevant to the Muslim refugees? It’s is of the upmost importance because Christians use “love your neighbor” as a reason for bringing Muslim refugees to our country. However, within the context of scripture that application is terribly misguided. It is misguided for two main reasons.

1: A Jew and Samaritan were both still living within the Roman Empire.

-This is important because they both were helping fellow countrymen. It would be similar to a Texan helping a Californian. Different statesman, different political beliefs, both Americans. Hermetically this passage cannot be used to push the agenda of bringing Muslim refugees to America.

2: The Samaritan took the beaten Jew to an inn, not his home. 

-The Samaritan brings the man to a safe place away from himself and family. 

Love your neighbor, and, the Good Samaritan parable cannot correctly be applied to the Muslim refugees. That is not to say we cannot glean wisdom from this passage. The Samaritan brought the man to an inn. If America chooses to do something about the refugees it would be wise to set up a safe zone within Syria for the refugees to live as charities give them aid. That is the wisdom that could be applied from this ancient text to this modern situation.