Issues, Etc. 24

March 26th, 2011 Post by

You saw it last year.

Mark your calendar for this year!

It’s back!

Twenty-Four Hour Live Broadcast on Issues Etc.

Begins Friday, April 8, 4:00pm

Ends Saturday, April 9, 4:00pm

(central time)

4pm: Dr. Ken Schurb on Acts
6pm: Dr. David Adams on Exodus
8pm: Dr. Andrew Steinmann on Daniel
10pm: Rev. Jonathan Fisk on Revelation
12am: Rev. Bryan Wulfmueller on Isaiah
2am: Dr. John Kleinig on Psalms
4am: Dr. Greg Lockwood on John
6am: Professor David Lewis on Mark
8am: Dr. Arthur Just on Hebrews
10am: Dr. John Saleska on Genesis
12pm: Rev. William Weedon on Ephesians
2pm: Dr. Peter Scaer on 1 Corinthians

Listen Live at issuesetc.org.

Listen to last year’s segments here to anticipate what will happen this year!






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  1. March 26th, 2011 at 21:49 | #1

    No chicks allowed on Issues. Where’s the diversity? How about Dr. Elizabeth Goodine?

  2. Marcy
    March 26th, 2011 at 23:16 | #2

    Let’s hope they have the correct coffee on hand…

  3. PHW
    March 27th, 2011 at 07:47 | #3

    @Marcy: That all depends on Craig. :-D

  4. Matthew Gunia
    March 27th, 2011 at 11:19 | #4

    Repeats are Psalms, Ephesians, Genesis, 1 Corinthians, Mark and John.

    New books covered this year are Acts, Exodus, Daniel, Isaiah, Revelation, and Hebrews.

    Books covered last year but not this year include Luke, Job, Leviticus, Proverbs, Galatians, Romans.

  5. Young Blood
    March 28th, 2011 at 10:35 | #5

    I have yet to hear a Dr. Kleinig interview that I did not listen to multiple times. I can’t wait to hear him teach the Psalms!

  6. Nathan92
    March 29th, 2011 at 10:29 | #6

    As a college student who of course watches Worldview Everlasting religiously, I can’t wait to hear Pr. Fisk on Revelation. That should be interesting. Of course, I will listen to as many of these as I can. I’m also going to post an ad (Pretty much the same thing as the church bulletin insert, made bigger) outside my dorm room door for this event. Hopefully some of my compatriots will listen as well!

  7. Kari
    April 10th, 2011 at 19:24 | #7

    I had the chance to listen to some of these studies, mostly in parts, and look forward to being able to listen to them by pod cast now. (Especially the ones when I was sleeping and didn’t get to listen to at all)

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