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Generations Radio
February 10
Kevin Swanson

Tuesday

The Most Educated and Most Unemployed

The Most Radicalized Generation - Feb 2, 2016

It is the most educated, the most unemployed, and the most sexually radicalized generation. And, the amazing characteristic of this millennial generation — the milieu is virtually homogenous across every boundary, throughout every nation in the developed world. There is hardly a nation that would break the rule. They inherit a debt-ridden, economically-volatile world. Is there any way to oppose the trends and break the rule for the rising generation? Education won’t fix it. Governments can’t fix it. Biblical discipleship is the key for the next generation. . . more than ever.
This program includes:

1. The World View in Five Minutes with Adam McManus (Ted Cruz Wins Iowa Caucuses, Donald Trump is Growing in Popularity with Evangelicals, More Protests for Norwegian Family Who Lost Their Five Children)

2. Generations with Kevin Swanson

Kevin Swanson

Wednesday

Why Science Fiction Authors Tend to Be Atheists

Why Americans Love Sci Fi Movies - Feb 3, 2016

Carl Sagan, Isaac Asimov, Robert Heinlein, Arthur Clarke, Gene Roddenberry, H.G. Wells. . . Atheists. . . Agnostics. . . Promulgators of the new religion called “scientism.” We discuss these powerful ideas that have captured the imagination of modern man. Then, we ask the question – Should Christians be reading this stuff? How long does one sit in the seat of the scoffer, to be really sitting in his lap, for example?

This program includes:

1. The World View in Five Minutes with Adam McManus (Petition Supporting David Daleiden, Assisted Suicide Bill Introduced in Colorado, Ted Cruz Gives God the Glory)

2. Generations with Kevin Swanson

Kevin Swanson

Thursday

The Joys and Struggles of Home-based Eldercare

Taking in an Ailing Parent - Feb 4, 2016

From caring for children to caring for parent in their failing and ailing years, there are very real spiritual challenges along the way. . . especially when we discover that we cannot fix everything problem by institutional care. Sometimes God calls us to really get involved in the business of loving the needy. Marcia Washburn is the author of the new book, “Home-based Eldercare” tells the stories and provides practical help on this edition of Generations.

This program includes:

1. The World View in Five Minutes with Adam McManus (Did Planned Parenthood Break the Law?, Obama Visits Muslim Mosque, Asher Bakery Appeals Ruling in North Ireland)

2. Generations with Kevin Swanson

Kevin Swanson

Friday

The 1 Timothy 5:8 Conundrum

Does the Church Excommunicate Lazy Men? - Feb 5, 2016

The problem of slothful men will be endemic in a world where boys are raised without fathers, and where faith and character in general is at a premium. What does do with a lazy son who will not work? What does the church do with a lazy husband who offers a hundred excuses why he can’t work and provide for his own household? We suggest that Paul’s advice is sufficient.
This program includes:
1. The World View in Five Minutes with Adam McManus (Church Kids Accused of Murder in Virginia, Over Half of African American Kids Murdered, States are Shifting Republican)

2. Generations with Kevin Swanson

Kevin Swanson

Monday

The Destabilization of Politics in America

Are The Radio Talk Shows Helping? - Feb 8, 2016

The ideological distance between Bill Clinton and Bob Dole was about 38%. The distance between Bernie Sanders and Ted Cruz is 380%. It’s hard to tell where this nation is going to end up, since the establishment has been jettisoned. One thing is for sure, God will do what He wants with America. Are conservative radio talk show hosts helping the situation or hurting? We throw out a few cautionary notes about radio talk shows.

This program includes:

1. The World View in Five Minutes with Adam McManus (New Hampshire Goes for Infanticide for Born Alive Kids, Denver Wins the Super Bowl, Jindal Endorses Marco Rubio for President)

2. Generations with Kevin Swanson

Kevin Swanson

Tuesday

Why “Good” Kids Do Bad Things

The Virginia Murder & Leopold and Loeb - Feb 9, 2016

The murder of 14-year-old Nicole Lovell has raised the attention of a nation for several reasons.  All involved have a Christian background.  The accused 19-year-old Virginia Tech student is a Lutheran, and she was active in teaching at a church camp.  The accused 18-year-old, also a Virginia Tech student, spent 9 years in a school called Riverside Christian School in Washington state, where he was an all-state athlete.  The victim, 14 years of age, was active at her Auburn Baptist Church in her hometown in Virginia.  Why do “good” kids do bad things?  We harken back to the Leopold-Loeb trial and discuss both nature and nurture.  Does bad nurture excuse the works done by a bad and corrupt nature?  We discuss the influences of the world and the devil.  These are not to be ignored, as they help to explain the wicked acts that you read about on the front page of the newspaper.  However, the real problem . . . is the heart.
This program includes:
1.  The World View in Five Minutes (Only Ted Cruz Opposes Selective Service for Our Daughters, NARAL Doesn’t Want Doritos to Humanize Babies, The CDC Wants to Protect Babies in the Womb from Conception On)
2.  Generations with Kevin Swanson
Kevin Swanson

Current Show

The Barbie Doll and Feminists

Objectifying and Sexualizing - Feb 10, 2016

A full 92% of American girls own a Barbie doll. The originator copied Barbie off a German Prostitute Doll used as a gag gift at stag parties.  Now the feminists are upset that Barbie objectifies the female body, and created “the standard look” for girls in the 1960s, 1970s, 1980s, 1990s, and 2000s.  Do Christians agree with feminists?  Not exactly.  We take a look at a biblical perspective of Barbie, body image, and objectification on this edition of the program.
This program includes:
1. The World View in Five Minutes (Trump and Sanders Take New Hampshire, NASA Censors Religious Speech, Florist Stutzman Takes Case to Washington Supreme Court)
2. Generations with Kevin Swanson
Home-Based Eldercare

Home-Based Eldercare

Marcia Washburn writes with transparency about the joys and challenges of caring for adult relatives in her home over the years. Home-Based Eldercare is a Caregiver’s Bootcamp of stories and strategies for those who wonder whether they will be able to care for their loved ones.

The World View in 5 Minutes

The World View in 5 Minutes

A totally unique look at the world everyday. It’s upbeat. It’s truthful. It’s biased. But it’s the right bias. It is news interpreted in light of God's Word.

Freedom by Kevin Swanson

Freedom by Kevin Swanson

True freedom is only possible by the blood of Jesus Christ. In this seminal book on freedom from a Christian perspective, Kevin Swanson first defines the term and then he traces the struggle for freedom through biblical times and church history.