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Tuesday, February 4, 2014

Live Debate Commentary, A Rebel's Cause Radio Post Debate Edition, New Peter Furler Album, New Kirk Cameron Film, Old Hymn Revisited

For Live Debate Commentary with Sye Ten Bruggencate during the Ken Ham / Bill Nye Debate tonight (Tuesday, January 4, 2014) at 7 PM watch here. 
(Update 2015: This event is over & the video has been made private or taken off.)

Don't Miss A Rebel's Cause Radio on Thursday, February 6, 2014 at 9 PM ET / 8 PM CT / 6 PM PT - there is scheduled to be a special guest - Sye Ten Bruggencate - on to discuss the Ken Ham & Bill Nye "The Science Guy" debate from Tuesday of this week.    There may even be a little debate of a different sort on the program...we shall see.  Be sure you only watch during the right time slot, as other programming is also on this channel.
You won't want to miss this...especially if you missed the live commentary on the night of.
UPATE FEBRUARY 7, 2014:  Here is the recorded video of the radio program.
Both Sye Ten Bruggencate & Paul Taylor (of Creation Today) are on this.
UPDATE: June 2015 - the video has been made private or taken off. (No longer active)

"Sun and Shield" album by Peter Furler -  The former lead singer of the Newsboys has a new album coming out in March.  I enjoyed his last album "On Fire" and am looking forward to hearing what this one will be like.  Here are some samples:

"The Mercy Rule" is a new family movie with Kirk Cameron & his wife as well as comedian Tim Hawkins.  It is already available for download and pre-order.  I have not yet seen it, but what little comments or reviews I've seen or heard have been positive.  I look forward to finding out more.

"Lord, I Believe" Hymn - Not long ago I had a song stuck in my head to the degree that I actually recorded myself humming it for FB to try to see if anybody knew what it was.  I felt like the comedian who called himself "The Village Idiot" (Joby Saad) when he did a sketch about a person who was asked to stand on one leg and turn around or something while humming a tune to a song he wanted to remember. 
Finally, I heard the song again!  It turned out it was a free download that someone else in the family had gotten in the past. It actually is a remake of an old hymn.  I don't know the church or the singer, so forgive me if there is any issue about that.
If you like the video below, you can get the song free at the following link:

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