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"How well do you really know your Bible"

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Folks, this show was one for the record books. The topic was "How well do you really know your Bible." In the show's introduction I mentioned two important scriptures as the basis for the show. I quoted from I John 4:1 and II Timothy 2:15. Trying to establish that there were two common denominators in all the recent church scandals that allowed the members to be decieved. I felt the congregants of these churches had not tryed the spirit of these pastors to see if they were of God. And they failed to study the scriptures for themselves to show themselves approved. So with that in mind the panel for the show was comprised of a bishop, two pastors, one minister, one bible & religion historian, & an ex-pastor who had spent more than 40 yrs in the ministry. With more than 40 prepared questions that had been sent to all the guests at least 3 dys in advance, the show began. With just a few questions asked the panel began to turn on one another once it was discovered 2 of the panelist were non-believers. The believers felt the non-believers had no place in the discussion. That's when the bishop demanded the non-believers be asked to leave. When this host decided not to ask anyone to leave, the bishop decided abruptly that he would remove himself from the panel. In true "Center Stage" fashion, the show went on. That's when this host explained to the remaining panelist in what "bubble" are believers living where they do not encounter non-believers. Through-out the remainder of the show the believers and non-believer continued to clash on what they believed to be true about the scriptures. But not once during the discussion did the believers say to the non-believers would you like to be saved. My guest were Pastor Dettra Hicks, Pastor W. L. D. Campbell, Kahan Yashibiyah, David Wyatt, Rev. Henry Matlock and Bishop Prophet H. Walker.