The Will to Disbelieve / Will It Take A War?
The Will to Disbelieve – An influential newspaper is a source of power, and power corrupts. It corrupts newspapers the same as the halls of Congress. A shocking experiment shows that misinformation can have a powerful influence on people’s minds even after it has been debunked and among people who recognize it as misinformation. In some cases, correcting misinformation serves to increase the power of bad information, according to Shankar Vedantam of the Washington Post. And who is to say that the journalist has not been influenced in the same way? This factor is true in theological discussions. This is an extremely important idea in these confused times. Learn what factors are at work from this message.
Will It Take A War? – We’re teetering on the brink, wondering if a real 12-year depression lies ahead, as it did in 1929. During the past 150 years we’ve experienced economic boom, followed by bust, followed by hard times, followed by war. Learn the key to knowing what will happen in the future, and how history runs in cycles. Will God punish our nation for its sins, or who will be responsible for the punishment? In an earlier cycle, it took WWII. Winston Churchill called that war one of the most preventable wars that ever came to be. It was the most destructive of human life in the history of man. Learn from this message: Will It Take A War?
This program is also available in the Christian in Winter series.