Episode 552

Socialism is totally incompatible with Christianity

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September 23rd, 2019

53 mins 21 secs

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Hey everyone!! I'm back!! Thank God for a respite - a time to recharge and get my self TOGETHER!!! So I did. But I missed y'all greatly.

Today we went into all of the reasons that socialism is neither biblical nor compatible with Christianity.

Also, did you know that Lt. Worf can fly fighter jets in real life? Yah baby. Also if you have $8.5 mill laying about you can purchase your very own F-16. In my dreams I own one and fly it around every weekend!!! Take that Socialists!!!

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  • 5 Reasons Socialism Is Not Christian - The Christian Post — Jesus confronted the money-changers and challenged believers to give to the needy. But, would he support socialism? Increasingly, Americans think he would. In fact, a recent Barna poll found that more Americans think Jesus would prefer socialism (24%) than those who believe he would prefer capitalism (14%). The other 62% responded neither or not sure, but the poll still reveals a disturbing trend.
  • So...Can You Actually Buy an Old Warplane? — A Florida company is offering a truly unique used aircraft for sale: an F-16 Fighting Falcon fighter jet available for the cool price of $8.5 million. Once a deadly predator of the skies, the aircraft is almost certainly sold without its internal gun, rockets, missiles, and bombs, and radar system.
  • Michael Dorn: A Trek worth Remembering | Airport Journals — As his “Star Trek” character spread his wings, entering the Star Fleet Academy, becoming an officer on the Enterprise and eventually reaching full commander rank, Dorn was venturing into unknown territory as well. His love for aviation had continued, taking him to air shows and leading him to collect years’ worth of Air Classics Magazines. In 1988, Greg Benson, a friend who worked on the show with him, made a suggestion.