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Today on “Kresta in the Afternoon” – June 9

Talking about the “things that matter most” on June 9

4:00 – Prophetically Incorrect: A Christian Introduction to Media Criticism
The Bible includes prophetic speech and at times the church and its representatives are called to speak prophetically. But in our media-saturated age when many claim to speak for God, how can we evaluate the avalanche of supposedly prophetic speech? What does it mean to truly be prophetic? And when Christians should speak prophetically, how can they do so in a biblical and effective way? Paul Patton offers clear guidelines for creating, critiquing, and consuming popular media, as well as practical suggestions for faithful communication. He also helps readers think critically about communication technology. Paul joins us.



5:00 – Digital Scripture Study
Logos Bible Software allows readers to connect Scripture to their own lives. The software also features two of Steve Ray’s books: Upon This Rock and St. John’s Gospel. In this collection, Steve Ray opens up the Gospel of John for anyone to study, breaching its heavy theological shell with background and textual information that make the Gospel easier to understand. Additionally, in Upon this Rock, Steve Ray continues to delve into Scripture as he supports the authority of the pope and the office of the Vatican, investigating the early history and the theology behind the papacy. Steve joins us.

5:20 – Catholic Scripture Study International
Catholic Scripture Study is a program for groups or individuals looking for an inspiring Bible Study that is completely faithful to the teachings of the Catholic Church. Study commentaries are written by leading Scripture scholars and authors and contain references to the Catechism of the Catholic Church, papal encyclicals and writings of the early Church fathers and the saints. CSS founder and president Gail Buckley joins us.

5:20– Kresta Comments: How to read Scripture

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