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What will heaven really be like?
Today’s bestseller lists are filled with stories of those who have claimed to experienced heaven firsthand. Curiosity about what will happen after we die is as strong as ever in the twenty-first century. Yet, each book contains a different story about what we will experience in heaven.
What are we to believe? What is true?
In Visits to Heaven and Back: Are They Real? Mark Hitchcock, a respected Bible teacher, sorts out the facts. He chronicles the recent phenomenon of “heaven” books, comparing and contrasting the ideas presented in these books and revealing the discrepancies and contradictions. Then, Mark turns to the Bible, laying out clearly the teachings about heaven and experiences in this life of another world. The Bible does reveal that there is a world beyond this one, but it also contains clear warnings and amazing promises.
Discover today God’s clear and certain promises concerning heaven.
Today's episode is sponsored in part by The Chronopticus Chronicles.
Movie Addict HQ explores renewed interest in Alfred Hitchcock after the release of two new films about the legendary Master of Suspense. Also, Tippi Hedren talks about working with Hitchcock. Plus film historian James Colt Harrison and entertainment journalist Diana Saenger engage in a spirited discussion about Hitchcock’s greatest films and the reasons for his success. Although Hitchcock passed away over 30 years ago this month, his filmmaking genius continues to fascinate movie fans. During 2012, we had the opportunity to see Anthony Hopkins play the legendary director in Hitchcock, a film about the man’s trials and tribulations while making Psycho. Also last year, The Girl -- co-starring Toby Jones as Hitchcock and Sienna Miller as Tippi Hedren -- was shown on HBO. And Bates Motel, a prequel to Psycho, is now a popular new series on the A&E Channel.
On this edition of The Realist Report, we'll be joined once again by Andrew Carrington Hitchcock. Andrew and I will be discussing his most recent book In the Name of Yahweh.
Stephen Schochet, author of Hollywood Stories: Short, Entertaining Anecdotes about the Stars and Legends of Hollywood, drops by to share revealing information about Alfred Hitchcock, the Master of Suspense. Hitchcock is receiving new attention lately as a result of an ucoming movie titled Hitchcock, starring Anthony Hopkins, and The Girl, a recently released TV film about Hitch's obsession with actress Tippi Hedren. This should be a fascinating episode for movie fans!
Love has many facets – each side representing a different emotion, a different relationship, and a different experience. On this show, we will discuss our romantic moments and listen to the most passionate love songs that you have ever heard.
Call us to share your love story – we want to help you heal from your heartbreaks and we want to hear your inspirational story of how he proposed. This is for the ultimate romantic in all of us. If you would like relationship advice, Solaris is happy to help you.
Solaris has been an Astrological Advice Columnist for BE! Magazine for over 3 years and just recently started writing for FAE Magazine. By using Astrology, she can see into your energy and explain the magic that lies within you. She can illustrate your deepest gifts, your past lives, your destiny, and help you to understand your soul mate and why they do what they do. By following the changing planets, she can predict the perfect timing to plan your life events and when things will most likely happen for you. And wherever there is fear or challenges within you, she can help you transcend your psychological blocks so you can have the love life you have always wanted. She loves to inspire people to follow their hearts to make their most luminous dreams come true!
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4/27- A look at both remaining active 1st Rd Playoff Series: NYI/Wsh & Det/TB, Vezina Finalists, Did a Quick Whistle Rob the Mtl/Ott series of a Gm 7? And StL Blues....what will another playoff disappointment aftermath look like?
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Movie Addict HQ pays tribute to Alfred Hitchcock, the iconic Master of Suspense, during a rerun of this popular episode. Joining in the discussion of greatest movies directed by Hitchcock and the reasons for his success are film historian James Colt Harrison, entertainment journalist Diana Saenger, co-host Jazz Shaw, producer Nikki Starr and host Betty Jo Tucker. A live chat will be available.
The Movie Geeks speak with esteemed film critic Tony Macklin regarding the works of legendary director Alfred Hitchcock.
For more information on Mr. Macklin, and to access his archive of exceptional reviews and filmmaker interviews, visit his official website at www.tonymacklin.net.
We’re mixing it up on this week’s version of our “relaxed” Frat House Saturday program touching on just about everything going on around the world of sports . . . and even going to sprinkle in a special guest friend of “The Frat House.”
Matthew DiBiase, author of the forthcoming book Bench Bosses: The NHL’s Coaching Elite joined us on Thursday night during our “flagship” Frat House Sports Show . . . and, you get a chance to hear it again right here!
Our good friend Nik Swartz of BaseballHotCorner.com joins me LIVE to just run-around and talk whatever sports comes across our minds. That’s ALWAYS fun!
Finally you get a taste of our newest all-MLB Frat House Sports’ Clean-Up Hitters program from this past Tuesday with Sean Heggan and Nick Mandarano; and, the guys in the “Frat House Sports garage” at our Race Trim MotorSports Hour chatted up about the revealing interview Kurt Busch provided on his recent domestic abuse charges.
THIS is a Frat House Saturday program you must hear . . . and, give Frat House Mike a call at 347 – 826 – 9964 . . . because, he’s all by himself, and needs someone to talk to!