Janet Mefferd Today
Summary: Podcast by Janet Mefferd Today
Hillary Clinton may have skirted criminal charges over her homebrew email server, but she'll still have to answer questions about it in a lawsuit filed against the State Department by Judicial Watch. What else has the foundation been able to uncover in its quest for transparency? I'll discuss it with Tom Fitton, president of Judicial Watch, as we talk about his new book, "Clean House." Plus: The U.S. Commission on Civil Rights is out with a new report putting civil-rights protections above religious liberty, with the commission’s chairman calling religious liberty and religious freedom “code words for discrimination, intolerance, racism, sexism, homophobia, Islamophobia and Christian supremacy!” Commission member Gail Heriot, professor of law at the University of San Diego, took issue with the findings, and she’ll join me to talk about it. That and more on Wednesday’s JANET MEFFERD TODAY.
9-13-16 How has the world become steadily more dangerous under President Obama's "lead from behind" foreign policy? I'll talk it over with Robert O'Brien, author of "While America Slept: Restoring American Leadership to a World in Crisis." Plus: Democratic insiders begin to talk about another candidate to replace ailing Hillary Clinton. Will it happen? We'll discuss that and more on Tuesday’s JANET MEFFERD TODAY.
What was 9/11 like as a member of the Bush Administration? Former U.S. Attorney General and White House Counsel Alberto Gonzales will join me to talk about his recollections of that fateful day and his political career in Washington. His book is called, "True Faith and Allegiance: A Story of Service and Sacrifice in War and Peace." That and more - be sure to join us for Monday’s JANET MEFFERD TODAY.
It's been 15 years this weekend since Islamic terrorists attacked the American homeland on 9/11. And yet Americans are increasingly called "Islamophobic" simply for speaking the truth about those who attacked us and the jihadists who continue the terrifying mission in spots like San Bernardino and Orlando. Robert Spencer, director of Jihad Watch, joins Janet to share his thoughts on America since 9/11. You won't want to miss this special edition of JANET MEFFERD TODAY.
Recent archaeological and manuscript evidence for Christianity is strengthening the truth of the Bible more and more each day! I'll talk it over with Christian apologist and former journalist Lee Strobel, who's out with an expanded edition of his bestselling book, "The Case for Christ." Plus: Why is the head of Homeland Security speaking at a Hamas-linked convention? That and more on Thursday’s JANET MEFFERD TODAY.
Why are people saying that they believe the Bible now supporting so-called homosexual marriage? Robert Reilly, author of "Making Gay Okay," joins me to talk about it. Plus: Pastor Dewey Roberts explains the dangers of an errant theological position known as the Federal Vision -- and why Christians should reject it as a denial of the gospel. That and more on Wednesday’s JANET MEFFERD TODAY.
What are the significant trends affecting our nation, and how can Christians shape culture rather than allowing it to shape us? George Barna, founder of the Barna Group, joins me to discuss his book, "America at the Crossroads." Plus: Dr. Nima Sanandaji explains why Leftists are pushing a myth about the success of Scandinavian socialism. His book is "Debunking Utopia." Join us for Tuesday’s JANET MEFFERD TODAY.
In this encore presentation of JANET MEFFERD TODAY: There's a move on today to contextualize the gospel of Jesus Christ. But offering a gospel without Jesus as the only way to salvation is offering no gospel at all! Dr. Steven Lawson from OnePassion Ministries will join Janet to discuss why the church must get the good news right and preach an exclusive gospel in an inclusive age.
Does God really speak outside His Word? Does He want missionaries to suffer to stay humble? Or has the church sometimes twisted truths into some polite untruths? Pastor Mike Abendroth calls them "Evangelical White Lies," and he joins Janet to discuss what they are and why we must stop telling them. That's on the Friday edition of JANET MEFFERD TODAY.
Theistic evolutionists believe they can have their God and their Darwin, too. But why is that an untenable and unbiblical idea? Dr. Wayne Rossiter, assistant professor of biology at Waynesburg University, joins Janet to talk about it and his book, "Shadow of OZ." Plus: What is the U.S. Department of Justice training police officers to think about transgenderism? Tune in for that and more on Friday’s JANET MEFFERD TODAY.
After Congress wouldn't protect us from the Obama Administration's efforts to socially re-engineer your neighborhood, the federal government is pushing forward with the AFFH rule -- with threats to your town for non-compliance. Tom DeWeese, president of the American Policy Center, will join me to explain. Plus: Why is the family of a jihad victim featuring the Koran at her funeral? We'll explain that and more on Wednesday’s JANET MEFFERD TODAY.
As a Christian, what you wear is a bigger deal than you might think. I'll talk it over with biblical counselor and conference speaker Martha Peace as we discuss her book, "Modesty." Plus: How can we see God's eternal and divine nature by looking at His cosmic handiwork? Astronomer David Bradstreet stops by to talk about his book, "Star Struck." That's on Tuesday’s edition of Janet Mefferd Today.
Tom McGovern, head of Dispel the Darkness Ministries, was once a devoted Jehovah's Witness. What lured him into the cult, and how did the true gospel of Jesus Christ end up setting him free? He'll join Janet to tell his fascinating story about moving from darkness into the light and offer ideas for talking to the Jehovah's Witnesses at your door. Don't miss the Monday edition of JANET MEFFERD TODAY.
How have progressive forces eroded traditional American values and become so vengeful? Jack Cashill, author of "Scarlet Letters," joins me to talk about it. Plus: Dallas Theological Seminary is now requiring ministry students to receive sexual abuse awareness training. Kimberlee Norris, founder of MinistrySafe, will explain why this training is so essential for Christian pastors. That's on Friday’s JANET MEFFERD TODAY.
The book of Esther never mentions God's name, but what can that biblical text teach us about how God's hand moves in our lives and how we should lean on Him? Jane Roach, former director of training for Bible Study Fellowship, joins Janet to talk about it and her book, "God's Mysterious Ways." That and a lot more on Thursday’s JANET MEFFERD TODAY.