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Kresta in the Afternoon – January 11, 2021

Kresta in the Afternoon – January 11, 2021

Talking about the Things That Matter Most 

4:00 – Kresta Comments

4:20 – The Sexual Revolution and the Modern Self

From the radical feminism of the 60s to the 2015 Obergefell v Hodges and now the transgender movement, society has become obsessed with Identity. We tend to think of the Sexual revolution as a root cause of these issues, but what if it was actually a symptom of something else? We look at the human search for identity with Carl Trueman.

5:00 – Evangelizing in the New Political Climate

In these final days of Donald Trump’s presidency we have seen poltiicains and other figures desperate to disassociate themselves with him. The House is moving for another impeachment. Several major platforms have refused to host the Parler social media app. How will this affect Catholics who just want to share the Gospel? Doug Keck joins us.

5:20 – Finding God’s Voice in the Silence

We all long to know the will of God in our lives, to obtain answers to our prayers, and to receive tangible evidence of the personal care of our heavenly Father. We deeply desire to hear His voice. And here’s the good news: God is not silent – but he also doesn’t always answer in the way we expect. Teresa Tomeo joins us with examples of how God breaks into our lives with timely remedies, miraculous encounters, and surprising circumstances that can be explained only by the reality of a loving and caring God.