Gary reviews a recent article by Dan Wallace about how Dallas Seminary graduate students are rejected by secular doctoral programs because the school is dispensational.
Gary interviews Josh Bollen discussing the influence Christians can make through grass roots efforts by way of the Internet. They discuss the political left force of MoveOn.org and how they have been influential in moving the agenda of liberalism in America.
Josh Bollen introduces his site Reagan.org, and how it’s effort is to push the republican party towards constitutional values once again. It’s force is an example of how Christians everywhere can see real-world change for a more conservative America.
e housing market as it relates to the current economic crisis. Gary clarifies how not only is congress at fault for the market fall, but the buyers, bankers and investors too. “We might be victims of Wall Street’s greed, but not quite innocent victims.” Government interference in the market place is always a disaster.
Gary also shares insight into the insurance/loan/housing market predicaments in areas prone to natural disasters. “Why take care of myself physically if you know that there is someone else out there that will…cover my poor health decisions?”
“Washington wants only more of some people’s money… Out of envy, they are saying, ‘Yes. Tax those people at the top.'”
Why are the prices so good in America for many commodities? Why are there enough jobs to go around? Why is it that in communist countries there’s no economic innovation? Thank the wealthy. Gary points out the ‘wealth of benefits’ in having the rich people around. “It’s such a basic point of economic systems that there’s no wonder why the liberals don’t understand it.”
Gary discusses the current debates on the political scene, and interviews Joel McDurmon about the mortgage crisis.