OUR CURRENT RADIO PROGRAM . . . . Access on our YouTube channel at link below or above . . . .
Jan Markell hosts Michele Bachmann in part two of a two-part series. The prophesied times in the Bible are at an accelerated pace and the convergence of events is stunning. President Donald Trump stands in the way of the globalist agenda and thus progressives and some Republicans are trying to take him down. We use the mobile app found at www.oneplace.com.
Church membership is cruising along steadily for 60 years — and then, in 1998 or so, something happens. Twenty years later, the share of church members across the population is down 20 points. At that rate you’d expect Americans to have completely given up membership in churches by 2070 or so.
On March 29, 1997, my parents were driving through Minnesota when my mom suddenly began having contractions. Immediately, they drove to the hospital, and two days later I was born—11 weeks early. When my mom gave birth to me at 29 weeks, I weighed just 2 pounds and 15 ounces, though I soon dropped down to 2 pounds and 9 ounces.
So we have only the concise words of the Evangelists: “Pilate, having scourged Jesus, delivered Him to them to be crucified — and they crucified Him.” I have no competence to discuss the infinite psychic and spiritual suffering of the Incarnate God atoning for the sins of fallen man. But it seemed to me that as a physician I might pursue the physiological and anatomical aspects of our Lord’s passion in some detail.
What did the body of Jesus of Nazareth actually endure during those hours of torture?