Monday, February 23, 2009

Show Highlights, Monday, February 23rd, 2009

Bob Dutko News Hour
Rabbi Glenn Harris from Congregation Shema YIsrael filled in for Bob today.
He spoke with David Williams. Who is the VP of policy with “Citizens against Government Waste”.
They discussed a proposed “mileage tax” maybe tracking more than just how far we

Then, Rabbi Glenn spoke with Dr. David Prentice. He is Fellow with the “Family Research Council”
They discussed the success they have had with adult stem-cell and people with Parkinson’s disease.

Bob Dutko Show
Today, Rabbi Glenn spoke with Mark Daly. He is the Shepherd/Director of “Hogs in Him” It is a group of motorcyclists whose faith and trust is in the Lord. They discussed the ministry and how it got started and where it is headed.

Then, Rabbi Glenn spoke with Dr. Gene Mayhew. Dr. Mayhew is Professor of Old Testament and Semitic Languages at Michigan Theological Seminary in Plymouth. His book: Encyclopedia of Messianic Candidates and Movements in Judaism, Samaritanism, and Islam represents a culmination of more than two decades of Messianism research in Judaism, Samaritanism, and Christianity and Islam.

Then, Rabbi Glenn spoke with Bob Sjogren. He is President of “UnveilinGlory” a non profit ministry geared toward awakening the Church to a new awareness of God’s glory. His book: Cat and Dog Theology: rethinking our relationship with our master, will show us how the conduct of believers reflects a “me-first” (cat like) attitude or a “God First” (dog like) attitude.

Then, Rabbi Glenn spoke with Paul Shanklin.
He is the quintessential conservative political satirist. He does the voices of Bill Clinton, Al Gore, John McCain, Barak Obama and many more. He has appeared on C-span, Hannity and Colmes, The O’Reilly Factor as well. He is a committed Christian. They discussed how he got his job on the Rush Limbaugh Show and his faith in the Lord.

Then, Rabbi Glenn spoke with Gary Glenn. He is President of AFA-Michigan. They discussed founder Don Wildmon’s new book: Silencing the Christians, as well as local things affecting SE Mi.

Then, Rabbi Glenn had in studio a member of his congregation, Ethan Long. Ethan is a middle school boy that has faced some tough trials, with being born with a heart defect. He hasn’t allowed that to hold him back. He wants a future in music or radio. He shared his faith and his dreams and how God used his illness to bring his dad closer to the Lord.

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