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Thursday, July 15, 2010Detox for the Overly Religious Host(s): Char Binkley
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Have you ever caught yourself acting "too religious" trapped in a rigid faith instead of focusing on your relationship with Christ? In this overstimulating world, it can be easy to miss what God wants us to really experience. David Putman, author of "Detox For the Overly Religious" (B&H, ISBN# 978-0-8054-4882-5), joins Char during Thursday's "Mid-Morning" to invite you into a devotional journey toward rediscovering the simplicity of Jesus and his ways. He challenges us to live like Jesus, love like Jesus, and leave what Jesus left behind.
 
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Wednesday, December 30, 2009Gloria Gaither Host(s): Lynne Ford, Char Binkley

Gloria Gaither is back to discuss a very unique book with Char and Lynne on a special edition of "Readings and Conversations" on Mid-Morning. It's the story of a man who claims to have lost his faith as result of reporting on religion in America. He essentially asks the question, "If Christians are no more ethical than atheists, why belong to a church?" What do these three ladies think of his book and his conclusions? Hear this intriguing discussion during Wednesday's encore Mid-Morning. Original airdate 9/01/2009.
 
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Thursday, November 05, 2009Gloria Gaither Host(s): Char Binkley, Lynne Ford
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Gloria Gaither is back to discuss a very unique book with Char and Lynne on a special edition of "Readings and Conversations" on Mid-Morning. It's the story of a man who claims to have lost his faith as result of reporting on religion in America. He essentially asks the question, "If Christians are no more ethical than atheists, why belong to a church?" What do these three ladies think of his book and his conclusions? Hear this intriguing discussion Thursday on Mid-Morning.
 
Wednesday, September 16, 2009Religions of the Stars Host(s): Lynne Ford
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Tom Cruise is a Scientologist. Madonna follows the teachings of the Kabbalah. Richard Gere embraces Buddhism. What do these religions teach? And how do the beliefs of Hollywood stars affect movies, television programs and the public? Christian apologist Richard Abanes, author of Religions of the Stars (Bethany House, ISBN # 0-7642-0648-1), examines the key tenets of Hollywood's most-popular and most-publicized religions, explaining how to engage those that embrace them in a meaningful conversation about Jesus
 
Monday, November 03, 2008A New Earth, An Old Deception Host(s): Lynne Ford

New Age teacher Eckhart Tolle's teachings are, in Oprah Winfrey's words, "an awakening" that she wants to share with the world. And millions are responding. What are the key tenets of Tolle's "A New Earth", and are they compatible with Christianity? Award-winning journalist Richard Abanes methodically dissects Tolle's ideas and, using Scripture, reveals "A New Earth" to be an old deception.
 
Wednesday, December 26, 2007Unpacking Buddhism Host(s): Lynne Ford

Since 1989, when Dalai Lama was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize, Tibetan Buddhism has become a world-wide religion and the most well-known form of Buddhism. What are its basic beliefs, and how can Christians effectively share the trust of the gospel with Tibetan Buddists? During Wednesday's encore Mid-Morning, InterServe's David Housholder provides the answers.
 
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Tuesday, February 27, 2007Unpacking Buddhism Host(s): Lynne Ford

Since 1989, when the Dalai Lama was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize, Tibetan Buddhism has become a world-wide religion and the most well-known form of Buddhism. What are its basic beliefs, and how can Christians effectively share the truth of the gospel with Tibetan Buddhists? InterServe's David Housholder provides the answers on today's Mid-Morning.
 
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