The Timing of the Rapture and the Second Coming
March 2, 2014
In this program, Dr. John Ankerberg and his guests, Dr. Renald Showers and Dr. Jimmy DeYoung, discuss the differences between the times when the Rapture and Second Coming will occur. We hope you’ll be encouraged by this program to live each day with a life devoted to the Lord and committed to sharing Him with others.
What Do Mormons Believe About God?
February 20, 2014
Dr. Ankerberg interviews three prominent former Mormons: First, Sandra Tanner, the great, great, grand-daughter of Brigham Young, the second prophet of the Mormon Church, who left Mormonism and became a Christian. Second, Dr. Lynn Wilder, a tenured professor at Brigham Young University, who authored more than 50 scholarly publications. She left her teaching position in 2008 and became a Christian after realizing Mormonism presented a false Jesus. And third, Michael Wilder, Lynn’s husband, who worked in the Temple, was a member of the High Council and served in two bishoprics. In this program they tell how the LDS Church taught them the false belief that God has not always been God. That he was once born as a spirit child of a god and wife who ruled a different world. After maturing as a spirit being he was sent to another world where he was born as a mortal finite human. There he grew to maturity, married, died, was resurrected, went to heaven, progressed to godhood and eventually became the god of our world. The goal of every Mormon man is to someday achieve godhood the same as Jesus did, the same as Jesus' father did. How our guests discovered the Bible taught this was a completely false view of God.
Enduring as a Caregiver
February 20, 2014
What can you do when you are the primary caregiver for your husband or wife, your mother or father, and you face the daily routines of caring for them in their disability, sickness, and pain? Taking care of them is wearing you out and you can't get out, and you can't make it stop. You’re getting depressed because there seems to be no answer for your situation and life is hard. The hospital bills are mounting and you have to work to put bread on the table. Life is tedious. How does God help the caregiver in such times?