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VFTB 194: The Mystery of Meriwether Lewis

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Meriwether Lewis

ALMOST EXACTLY 205 years ago, famed explorer Meriwether Lewis, then governor of the new Louisiana Territory, set off from Saint Louis for Washington, D.C.  Besides hoping to recover expenses he had incurred on behalf of the Jefferson administration, Lewis carried with him the journals in which he recorded his experiences during the Lewis & Clark Expedition.

He never made it. On October 11, 1809, Lewis died at a small inn southwest of Nashville, Tennessee, officially by his own hand.  But the Lewis family has never accepted the official explanation.

Our friendly neighborhood Ph.D., history professor Dr. Judd Burton, explains why the ruling of suicide is questionable, and he speculates as to what might have been in Lewis’ journals that could have led to his death.

Note: On September 28, 2014, Sharon and I will begin what we’re calling, for lack of a better name, the Gilbert House Fellowship. Our plan is to study through the Bible in a live webcast every Sunday morning. Log on to www.GilbertHouse.org for more details as we get closer to the date.

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VFTB at Pikes Peak: Unveiling the Last Days

Unveiling Mysteries of the Last Days

WHEN READING the Bible, it becomes clear very quickly that God has a plan and a purpose to human history. David Hamblin, an engineer by trade, combines his training with a longtime study of the Bible to analyze and cross-check scripture to draw out some intriguing conclusions about what lies ahead for the human race.

This interview is one of more than a dozen that will be included on the official DVD set from the Pikes Peak Prophecy Summit.  See Prophecy in the News for more information.

Please join the discussion at the PID Radio Cafe, visit the VFTB Facebook page, and check out the great Christian podcasters at the Revelations Radio Network.

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VFTB 193: Pre-Wrath Rapture

PrewrathTHERE AREN’T many things that will set Christians at one another faster than a debate of the timing of the Rapture. The issue has been debated for years and isn’t likely to be settled until Christ Himself returns to explain it to us — and even then, there will probably be a few of us trying to explain why He’s wrong.

However, serious study of prophecy is important. Knowing where we are going, even if we don’t have a complete grasp of the details, is key to our Christian walk today. Alan Kurschner, director of Eschatos Ministries, host of The Biblical Prophecy Program and author of Antichrist Before the Day of the Lord and Prewrath: A Very Short Introduction, gives a brief overview of the Pre-Wrath Rapture position, some of the scriptural support for it, and where it differs from the Pre-Tribulation view.

Note: On September 28, 2014, Sharon and I will begin what we’re calling, for lack of a better name, the Gilbert House Fellowship. Our plan is to study through the Bible in a live webcast every Sunday morning. Log on to www.GilbertHouse.org for more details as we get closer to the date.

Please join the discussion at the PID Radio Cafe, visit the VFTB Facebook page, and check out the great Christian podcasters at the Revelations Radio Network.

Download a smaller, lower-fidelity version of the mp3 of this show by clicking here.

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