The Doctor is In – February 22, 2010

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    First Topic – Kresta Comments

    Second Topic – A Prayer to Our Father: The Hebrew Origins of the Lord’s Prayer

    We take an exciting journey of faith with a Jewish Bible scholar and an African American pastor who joined forces to uncover the truth about the most beloved prayer in the Christian world. Their gripping adventure begins in the ancient city of Jerusalem and takes them to the very spot in Galilee where Jesus taught the multitudes to pray. Along the way they discover a Hebrew version of the Lord's Prayer, preserved in secret by Jewish rabbis for over a thousand years. The richness of meaning that the Hebrew unlocks reveals a powerful message of spiritual growth for Jew and Christian alike. Join us for this exploration of the Hebrew origins of the Lord's Prayer! Pastor Keith Johnson is our guide.

    Third Topic – Kresta Commentary – The Spiritual Lives of the Great Composers: Felix Mendelssohn

    Tomorrow is the birthday of German composer Felix Mendelssohn, a very devout Lutheran, who was born in Hamburg. His "Elijah" oratorio is considered second only to Handel's "Messiah," and he is responsible for rediscovering Bach, whose music had been forgotten for 80 years. Al takes a look at the spiritual life of Mendelssohn.

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