• Sometimes we hear statistics scaring us about how many people in America are leaving the church, especially young people. Some have said that 80% of the youth leave the church. And there is a growing problem of the rise of the “nones”—those in America who identify themselves as “None” when asked What religion they are. […]

  • Too often evolution is promoted dogmatically as if it’s a proven fact. Of course, tiny changes within kind (micro-evolution) is proven. But not macro-evolution, but they conveniently ignore that key distinction. Dr. John West, Vice President of the Discovery Institute, joins Jerry Newcombe to comment on his book, DARWIN DAY IN AMERICA. www.darwindayinamerica.com

  • Perspectives on the Second Coming of Christ divide sincere, well-meaning, and well-studied Christians. That’s why Christians need to approach the subject with humility, as we do everything else in life. “If Jesus of Nazareth is the Jewish Messiah, then where is his messianic kingdom?,” so asks author Gary Cangelosi. Gary wrote the book God’s Kingdom […]

  • Unfortunately, today we have porn going mainstream, in the example of “50 Shades of Grey” dominating the box office. To discuss the popularity of the books and the movie and a proper Christian response to them with Jerry Newcombe is Teresa Tomeo, a popular Catholic radio host and author of Extreme Makeover. www.teresatomeo.com

  • Craig Forrest has traveled to more than 100 countries, mostly as a videographer and TV director for Christian media, filming in many exotic locations—even sometimes in dangerous conditions. Today Craig of craigforrest.com teaches media principles. Craig Forrest joins Jerry Newcombe to talk about his travels and to provide interesting anecdotes across the globe.

  • At the National Prayer Breakfast, President Obama engaged in some moral equivalence recently, saying that both Islam and Christianity have had their share of bad apples…and good apples too. Responding point-by-point to the speech, author Robert Spencer joins Jerry Newcombe on Vocal Point. Robert Spencer is a bestselling author on Islam and runs the website […]

  • Osama bin Laden, meet Mother Teresa. Salvation Army, meet the Taliban. After all, you’re just different sides of the same coin anyway, or so says President Obama essentially. Last week, Obama famously used the National Prayer Breakfast to scold Christians for having more than their fair share of scalawags  who have “hijacked” their religion, lest […]

  • Since Islam is virtually always in the news, we consider it from a theological perspective in this portion of Vocal Point, where Jerry Newcombe interviews guest Eric Pement, author of the rose-publishing.com pamphlet entitled “Islam & Christianity.”

  • Can a small group of committed believers change the world? Yes. A new book worth knowing about is by historian Rod Gragg, author of Forged in Faith, By the Hand of Providence, and other books about American history—showing the key role of Christianity in it. The new book is The Pilgrim Chronicles: An Eyewitness History […]

  • Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal did something supposedly “controversial.” He called for a national revival. As a Washington Post article by Rosalind S. Helderman (1/24/15) noted: “Skipping an Iowa event that drew a number of 2016 Republican presidential hopefuls in favor of a controversial Louisiana prayer rally, Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal (R) called for a national […]

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