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      Two Upcoming Radio Appearances... I Think.

      Friday, December 5, 2008

      I will be on Apologetics.com again tonight (12/5/08) with my friend Doug Eaton to discuss the issue of Atheism and some of the misguided arguments they use. We will use this list as a general outline. It will be broadcast throughout Southern California on KKLA 99.5FM at midnight tonight PST (tune in at 11:59pm PST on 12/5/08).

      The second appearance is tentative in this respect.: Earlier this week, Chris Rosebrough asked me to be his guest on Fighting for the Faith this coming week. I'm able to do so, but we haven't set a date yet so that's still in the air. I'll keep you posted (probably using this post) when that develops further. (When you see "UPDATE", that means I probably have the day.)

      In one last bit of news, this Saturday I will be moderating a debate between Turretinfan of Alpha and Omega Ministries and his own blogging fame and William Albrecht (gnrhead on Youtube) on the subject of Latria and Dulia. It's a closed debate, but I will be recording it and will post this when it is finished. It should be a great debate.

      Ok, ok... one last thing. Here's a great piece of satire about the Purpose Driven Movement and its zany ways of trying to make everything fit into its paradigm of self-importance. It's...


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