On today’s show, Stephen Flurry discusses the recent stabbing attack in London and Britain’s struggles with tackling radical Islam. Later in the show, he reads letters from listeners and then plays a special recording of sounds from around the Philadelphia Youth Camp at Edstone.
In early July, a team of archaeologists digging at the ancient city of Ashkelon startled the archaeological world by announcing they had found a massive Philistine cemetery. In today’s program, part-time archaeologist Brent Nagtegaal discusses the recent discovery in the context of what is revealed about the Philistines in the Bible.
On today’s Trumpet Daily Radio Show, we go through a revealing article about church attendance in the world of traditional Christianity. It says a lot about the breakdown in the traditional family in the West—particularly the United States and Britain—and the lack of men with character. Where can you find examples of real manhood today?
Today's show covers Merkel on the ropes, Pope Francis's comments on World Youth Day, and the horrible conditions youth experience in the Islamic State. At the end of the show, Stephen Flurry interviews Brad Macdonald as the first Philadelphia Youth Camp in Edstone begins.
Pope Francis is touring Poland for World Youth Day this week, tracing many of the footsteps of former Pope John Paul II. In today's program, Brent Nagtegaal discusses the history of the powerful influence John Paul II had in unifying Europe. He then explores why a political union in Europe will only be achieved with the assistance of Rome.
After the beheading of a Catholic priest by radical Islamists in France, Pope Francis admitted that the “world is at war.” “When I speak of war I speak of wars over interests, money, resources, not religion. All religions want peace; it’s the others who want war,” he said. But in reality, religion is what’s driving the violence we’re witnessing today. Bible prophecy forecasts that another religious war will soon break out between Catholicism and Islam. To find out more, listen to today’s Trumpet Daily with host Stephen Flurry.
Europe's summer of hate continues. Today we look at the time line of terror over the past two weeks that has all of Europe on edge. The Islamic State is warning that London is next. At the end of the show, we compare a few sound bites from the Democratic convention in Philadelphia and to President Ronald Reagan's inaugural address over a generation ago. All this and more on today's episode of Trumpet Daily Radio Show.
While the spate of violent attacks in Germany is smaller in scale compared to Paris, Brussels and Nice, the events of this past week will add pressure on an already shaky Merkel administration grappling with a series of major crises. How much longer before a German strongman emerges to lead Germany to shape a new world order? For more, listen to today’s episode of the Trumpet Daily Radio Show.
On today’s show, we revisit last week’s Republican convention in Cleveland—specifically Donald Trump’s speech and how it compares to Ronald Reagan’s speech at the Republican convention in 1980. Some have compared Mr. Trump to Ronald Reagan. So we’ll look at the two speeches—and let you decide for yourself.
On today’s show, we examine Donald Trump’s GOP convention speech from last night. What does it say about how he would lead as president, should he win in November? Also, more emails—and another opera selection from Turandot! For more, listen to the Trumpet Daily Radio Show, with Stephen Flurry.