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Kresta in the Afternoon – July 22, 2014 – Hour 1

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Mackerel Snappers: How to explain even the toughest teachings about God and his Catholic Church (continued)

  • Segment Guests:
    • Spencer Allen
      Spencer Allen is a lay apologist and Catholic educator in the Jefferson City Diocese. He started and served as president of the non-profit Apologetics from Scratch, formed to spread the Good News in the Mid-Missouri area. Through the AFS apostolate and his individual efforts, he has authored a regular column in the diocesan newspaper, provided the apologetics segment for the television show Our Catholic Life and organized two conferences in the mid-Missouri area, featuring speakers such as Tim Staples and John Martignoni. In the Spring of 2012 he engaged in a public debate with a Church of Christ preacher, discussing the role of Scripture as an authority in the spiritual life of a Christian.
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Mackerel Snappers: How to explain even the toughest teachings about God and his Catholic Church (continued)

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Exposing the Lie: Marriage and Manipulating the Media

  • Description: Many of you have probably seen the headline "Marriage Not An Antidote to Poverty" which has been all over the news. As you might have guessed, there is more to the story. The truth is, the "study" is actually a position paper that presents no new data and, in fact, supports a foundational assertion of the marriage movement's campaign against poverty; namely, that to be effective as an anti-poverty initiative, marriage must come before baby. Dr. Greg Popcak joins us to discuss the facts behind this latest PR campaign against marriage.
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