Here in the Western world, we are surrounded by so many modern marvels that we take most of it for granted. Think about the technologies around you today. No one would argue that those devices just developed out of thin air. The presence of that device is proof that someone designed it and brought it into existence. There had to be a mind behind it—planning it, forming it, and shaping it. Yet, when it comes to the heavens—the billions of stars, moons and planets—most well-educated people think it all simply appeared. Is it rational to think there was no mastermind behind the creation of the universe? Is it rational to say that all of the universe just sort of came to be—that no one planned it all? On today’s show, Stephen Flurry explores the laws that govern the universe and proves there is a designer.
How Adolf Hitler would react if he were alive to see Germany today is the plot of a new German comedy film that is gaining international attention. Throughout the production of the movie, filmmakers took their Hitler actor out onto the streets of Germany to see how people would respond. The results were alarming. A surprising amount of Germans seem to have drifted from the seriousness of what occurred in World War ii. And many—despite what’s seen in the media and heard from politicians—are beginning to grow angry about the problems straining their nation. On today’s show, Trumpet columnist Brad Macdonald takes a look at how Germans are reacting to the weight of the nation’s crises.
Listen to the Trumpet Daily radio program that aired on October 23. On today’s show, Trumpet executive editor Stephen Flurry covers:
· Benjamin Netanyahu’s visit to Berlin and where the German-Israeli friendship is headed.
· Iranian belligerence in the wake of the nuclear deal reached with the West in July.
· What it will take to strengthen the union of nations in Europe.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu triggered a firestorm of controversy on Tuesday when he told the World Zionist Congress that Hitler’s “final solution” was actually someone else’s idea – the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem, Hajj Amin Al-Husseini. Western media keyed in on the accuracy of his statements, but paid virtually no attention to the overlying story: The connection of a Palestinian patriarch with Nazi Germany. On today’s show, Stephen Flurry examines the history Palestine and Nazi Germany shared.
On today’s show, Stephen Flurry analyzes how events in Jerusalem are affecting the world and then looks at the West’s complacency despite a rise in global violence. He also digs into an article by Victor Davis Hanson, titled “Moral Equivalence in the Middle East,” which brings to mind an important history lesson that many leaders are neglecting today. Tune in to the latest Trumpet Daily Radio Show for commentary on these items and much more!
Deuteronomy 11:19 says, “And ye shall teach them your children, speaking of them when thou sittest in thine house, and when thou walkest by the way, when thou liest down, and when thou risest up.” How diligent are you about teaching your children to live God’s way of life? On today’s show, Stephen Flurry provides helpful instruction about how to raise happy, God-fearing children.
The massive influx of refugees is exhausting Europe. Many European nations are struggling to provide basic necessities as the cost per refugee continues to rise. Beyond just the sheer numbers, cultural clashes between migrants and natives are creating a tense mood throughout the Continent. The crisis is forcing Europeans to ask some hard questions, which may lead to the upheaval Europe’s most basic building blocks. On today’s show, Trumpet columnist Brad Macdonald discusses how the refugee crisis will bring about drastic change in Europe.
Last month, Pope Francis visited the United State for the first time. He attracted worshipful throngs of people everywhere he went. Why did the American press so passionately embrace a religious head who represents an organization that traditionally stands for so many things the liberal media strongly oppose? Find out on today’s Trumpet Daily Radio Show.
On today’s episode of the Trumpet Daily Radio Show, host Stephen Flurry discusses:
· The British Royal Navy’s lack of manpower and what it says about what was once the world’s greatest empire.
· The division of Israel’s so-called “united" capital.
· A pivotal biblical prophecy that is virtually ignored in the world of religion.
Over the past two weeks, seven Israelis have been murdered and many more have been injured in at least 26 terrorist attacks in Israel. The response from America leads us to believe these terrorists are just frustrated because of how long it is taking Israel to give them a state. But terror does not come because of frustration over the peace process, as Benjamin Netanyahu said this week. “Terror comes from the desire to annihilate us.” The Palestinians themselves have called this uprising the “hibat al-Quds”—or the “Jerusalem awakening.” On today’s show, Stephen Flurry discusses the future of Jerusalem, and where Bible prophecy says these violent attacks are leading.