Talking about the “Things That Matter Most” on March 16, 2018
4:00 – Evangelicalism after Billy Graham
As soon as news broke that Billy Graham had passed away, scholars and admirers began asking if there would ever be another like him. In many ways, the answer is ‘No.’ Our cultural amd media landscape have changed so much and become so diverse that it is unlikely a single person could achieve the widespread appeal that Graham did. But if God wills it, it will happen. What would the Billy Graham of the 21st century look like? We’ll talk with Thomas Kidd.
4:20 – The Secrets to Holiness in Marriage
Do you want to grow in your marriage and your relationship with both God and your spouse? Dan and Amber Dematte join us with secrets and tips for a thirty-three day at-home study for couples who want to improve their entire family’s walk with Jesus and incorporate the virtues of poverty, chastity and obedience to become the spouse, parent and Catholic you’ve always wanted to be.
4:40 – An Inside Look at Catholic Blogging
Tito Edwards is the creator of the wildly popular website Big Pulpit, which gathers top Catholic stories from all over the web. It’s an important resource for our work here at Ave Maria Radio. He joins us with an inside look at the world of Catholic Blogging.
5:00 – The Sons of St. Patrick
Since 1850 there have been ten Archbishops of New York, and all of them were born in Ireland or were of Irish heritage. They have influenced and shaped the culture as we know it and have faced challenges from fellow Americans and from Rome. Brad Miner and George Marlin join us with their stories.
5:40 – Jesus, Islam and the Quran
Jesus of Nazareth holds a very special place for all Muslims. He is mentioned over thirty times in the Qur’an and is called Messiah, Spirit of God, and a prophet of God who performed miracles and raised the dead with God’s permission. It is also believed that Jesus will come at the end times to judge humanity and usher in a Muslim-era. What did Mohammed know, understand and believe about Jesus and how did it influence his own writings? We’ll talk with Brian Bradford.