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The Good Fight Radio Show

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A program dedicated to bringing you vital and uncompromised truths that you won’t hear in the mainstream media, discussing contemporary issues in light of the bible, and how these issues relate to family, culture, and the church. Features author and pastor Joe Schimmel, along with host Chad Davidson and producer Tony Palacio.
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On today's show we discuss the recent mass shootings and how movies and music have an effect on the mindset of many murderers.
On today's show we discuss the recent mass shootings and how racism and video games have an effect on the mindset of many murderers.
On today's show we discuss the recent mass shootings and how satanism and darwinism have an effect on the mindset of many murderers.
On today's show we discuss Jeffrey Epstein and the latest developments surrounding his apparent suicide. See also our video we made back in Dec. 2018 to learn more about Jeffrey Epstein.
On today's show we discuss the rising apathy among some Christians towards the lost, backslidden or fallen away. How does scripture teach us, as Christians, to deal with these matters?
On today's show we go through a conversation that took place on Good Fight Ministries Facebook page in response to a post about Disney's show 'Andy Mack', in which the show's finale featured two teens as homosexuals.
On today's show host Chad Davidson shares why Pastor Steven Furtick of Elevation Church is dangerous. We play clips from a video featuring Furtick speaking with popular broadcaster, Charlamagne tha God.
Special Guest Ben Price

Special Guest Ben Price

2019-08-1200:29:591

On today's broadcast Chad and Tony welcome Australia's best impersonator, Ben Price. A true friend of the ministry, he shares some of the projects he's worked on as well as a bit about his ministry. You can find Ben online at https://www.benpricecomedy.com
On today's episode host Chad Davidson and producer Tony Palacio (Joe is out of town) discuss some reasons why young people are leaving the church.
Reasons To Hate Sin

Reasons To Hate Sin

2019-08-0700:29:42

On today's episode host Chad Davidson and producer Tony Palacio (mostly Chad, haha! - Joe is out of town) discuss why we as believers should hate sin.
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Comments (5)

J.L. Gill

Absolutely agree. When I first came to Christ I ended up in an Independent Fundamental Baptist church. I was heavily indoctrinated and grew very arrogant and antagonistic to other denominations or views. It was only after several years that the Lord was merciful and opened my eyes. When it happened, it was closely examining John 15 that corrected me, the fear of God hit me like I have never felt in my life. It wasn't long before I was kicked out of the church that I was attending, the person who discipled me for years told me never to talk to him or come to his house again, and now we can't find a home church after several years of looking. Eternal security, or Once Saved Always Saved is truly the most dangerous lie being taught today.

Jul 14th
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J.L. Gill

Brian Fish Actually, thay's false. Secular Humanism is the root of the bloodiest century in all recorded human history. But how do you judge what is morally wrong? How can you say that these things are morally wrong unless you believe in an objective standard of what is morally right? Regarding science and philosophy, tell me, according to atheism/ agnosticism (whichever you profess) how do you answer the problem of the inductive principle? Bertrand Russel and David Hume both said it was a major problem for naturalism/materialism. In fact, it is specifically stated as a problem in Copi and Cohen's secular introduction to Logic textbook. Without answering it naturalism/materialism/empiricism cannot even justify the scientific method as useable. All you can do is use circular reasoning.

Aug 17th
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J.L. Gill

Dingodile A religion/philosophy ican only be genuinely critiqued on the basis of itself and not those who profess it. Should I judge atheism or agnosticism on the basis on Adolf Hitler or Joseph Stalin? Jesus said to love those who hate you and do good to those who persecute and despitefully use you. You are hypocritically ignoring the behavioral and dialectical tension within your own worldview. If you assume murder is wrong, correctly, then to what objective moral standard of "good" are you appealing to judge that murder is absolutely wrong. I appeal to God's Law, but you have nothing to which you can appeal.

Aug 17th
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