Kresta in the Afternoon – January 27, 2012 – Hour 1

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    First Topic - Jesus, Lord of Finances

    Here at Kresta in the Afternoon we have a slogan that Jesus is Lord over all areas of life. And that certainly includes our finances. From proper stewardship to tithing, savings to debt, Marty Bodnar of Exchange Capital Management is here to discuss Jesus, Lord of Finances.

    Second Topic - Thomas More Law Center Appeals Ninth Circuit's Anti-God Decision to the U.S. Supreme Court

    The Thomas More Law Center announced this week that it has appealed a controversial decision of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.  The appeal was filed in the case of Bradley Johnson v. Poway Unified School District. For the past twenty-five years, Bradley Johnson, a high school math teacher in California had been displaying red, white and blue banners in his classroom that contained patriotic phrases such as: "In God We Trust," "One Nation Under God," and "God Bless America." However school officials ordered Johnson to remove his banners because they promoted a "Judeo-Christian" viewpoint. In an outrageous case of double standard, school officials allowed other teachers to display non-Christian religious displays in their classrooms including a 40-foot string of Tibetan prayer flags with images of Buddha, poster with Hindu leader Mahatma Gandhi's "7 Social Sins;" a poster of Muslim leader Malcolm X; a poster of the Buddhist leader Dali Lama; and a poster containing the lyrics of John Lennon's anti-religion song "Imagine," which begins, Imagine there's no Heaven. Richard Thompson of the Law Center is here.

    Third Topic - Kresta Comments


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