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TODAY IS A 2-PART PROGRAM:
Don Wiest, author of "The Expendable Pawn" will be talking to us this Saturday, the 16th about not only his book, but how he was the scribe, rather than the author of this extraordinary book.
He will be answering some life-long theological questions from his unique perspective. Such questions about evolution seems to be taboo to many Christians today, but Don embraces these ideas and has spent years exploring the deepest questions stirring in both believers and non-believers alike.
Don Wiest was baptized and raised in the protective family atmosphere of the Seventh-day Adventist church. His faith matured after learning to distinguish religious works from the simple yet impeccable logic of Grace. Today Don resides in Arizona and is an avid armchair historian who also has a passion for new discoveries in archeology and astronomy. These interests have awarded Don with unique ideals that he wishes to share with his readers and listeners.
IN THE LAST PORTION OF THE PROGRAM:
Civilization: From the beginning with Noah's Ark to what some believe will be the end in 2012.
Donald Jacques is back again to discuss the historical view of our past and how current indicators stack the deck in a different view of our near future in 2012-2013. What can we expect? And how will what happens in these 2 years will pave the way for man's push out into space.
It's good to talk.