Thursday, October 8, 2009

330-338David French, head of the ADF Center for Academic Freedom (, 1-800-TELL-ADF), the only litigation unit of its kind dedicated to fighting for freedom on campus. Talking about the "University Project" where ADF wants to assure all Christians students get an "education not an indoctrination" on college campuses.  They've just been given a big matching grant so your donation will be doubled!  To give, go to 
We have created as a resource for Christian students, faculty, and staff.  Our objective is for more Christians at public universities to understand their rights and for more of them to Speak Up in defense of their most basic liberties.  By speaking up, students and professors do far more than preserve their own voice and own ministries, they restore ordered liberty to campus and enable the voice and ministries of all those who follow their example.  By directly challenging universities, students and professors can win significant, precedent-setting legal victories; restore a university environment that honors justice and equality of opportunity; and create a future where constitutional rights are freely exercised—not taken away.

• Christian Post (9/10/09) ADF Receives $9.2M to Defend Free Speech at Universities.  A Christian legal organization has received a $9.2 million grant to defend religious speech and expression at universities and colleges, the group announced this week.

The Constitution protects the rights of speech, association, and access of all students, faculty, and staff on public university campuses. And yes, this includes Christians. If in doubt about your specific rights when choosing to live out your faith on campus, click on the links provided below for more info. They will help you understand your constitutional rights on campus and equip you to live your life on campus in a way that reflects your beliefs and values.
Freedom of Speech - Speech codes and speech zones are commonly used on public university campuses to censor and intimidate Christian students, faculty, and staff so that their faith is effectively silenced.
Freedom of Association - Christian students aren't second-class citizens, and the Constitution gives them the same right to associate together on campus as any other groups.
Freedom to Exercise Religious Beliefs - Universities cannot force students to advocate views publicly or to adopt values that run contrary to their religious convictions.
Equal Access - Public universities often deny Christian clubs the same access to facilities and resources available to other non-student groups.
Equality of Opportunity - Constitutional rights protect students, faculty, and staff from actions that deny them an equal chance at academic success, employment, or promotion.

343-354 David French.

358-408 (2:43) Student Exorcism (Fox 5 News TV, Atlanta @ 10/7/09)  Fox reports on the exorcism junior Nathan Mallory at Berry College performed on a former student on Sept. 21.  Mallory has been removed as an RA and has agreed to no longer perform exorcisms on campus.  Debbie Heida, the Dean of Students, says that "other professionals need to be involved in that extreme religious procedure."
A resident hall adviser at a small Christian school was removed from his position for performing what he said was an "exorcism" on a fellow student he decided was possessed by the devil.
Nathan Mallory, a junior at Berry College in Georgia, was hosting a Bible study in his dorm room on Sept. 21 when he noticed a female student behaving oddly, according to student media Web site the Viking Fusion.
The paper said the unidentified woman — who has since transferred to another school — was repeating the word "no" as the other students around her sang hymns.
Mallory decided her behavior was a sign of demonic possession and began to pray with her, he wrote in an e-mail sent to his dorm residents.
"That's when it showed itself," he said in the e-mail, which was obtained by the Fusion. "Her face changed right in front of me, and the most evil, hideous grin came on her face, and her eyes seemed to turn red."
The R.A. said he "prayed the Holy Spirit would take over, and he did."
Berry College, however, criticized Mallory's actions. Dean of Students Debbie Heida said a school campus is an inappropriate place for an exorcism and removed him from his R.A. post.
Mallory said he didn't touch or restrain the woman during the ritual, which he deemed a success. He said he'd do things differently next time around and warned others to follow suit.
"You cannot go around looking to fight Satan head-on like that," he said. "If the Holy Spirit is not in control of the situation, you better be physically prepared to try to survive something."
413-423 Where do we draw the line?  If we allow students to pray for each other, (and we obviously want them praying for each other, right?), why not allow them to get involved in spiritual warfare?  Why shouldn't they be allowed to pray against demonic forces?  These are not children, they're college students, adults, for goodness sake.  What if this were Biola, or APU, or Westmont, or Hope International, or Calvary Chapel Bible College?  What do you think the policy should be? (Lk 10:19.)
428-437Calls.  Doug Hayward, Professor of Intercultural Studies, Biola University.
443-452 Calls
458-508 – • Fox News (10/8/09) Banned From Churches, Sex Offenders Go to Court.  What would you like the policy to be at your church?
509 Linda Carpenter from Alpenhorn Bed and Breakfast in Big Bear (, 888-829-6600), invites us to come up and experience the beautiful fall weather at the lake, all the celebrations of Oktoberfest, the intimate setting at Alpenhorn with the Jacuzzi bathtubs, the gourmet breakfast, and the beautiful grounds, just around the corner from the downtown village in Big Bear, with the lake just down the street, and just minutes away from the ski resorts.  Linda, describe a couple's first visit to Alpenhorn.  Are you still offering your "stay two or more nights and get $150 off"?
Here's a letter I got a few days ago…
Hi Frank,
I just wanted to say "Thank You" for suggesting (on many occasions) to try the Alpenhorn B&B in Big Bear. My wife and I have just returned from our first weekend at Alpenhorn and we had a wonderful time. It was a great place to just relax. Something we have both needed to do for a long time. Linda was great, the accommodations were very clean and the weather was perfect! I let Linda know that it was because of the way you spoke about her establishment that I made the reservation in the first place.
Thanks again. My wife and I will surely be going back to Alpenhorn the first chance we get. Maybe next time we'll have some snow.
Keep up the great work Frank. I pray for your ministry often. I am so thankful that I can tune into your show and get the straight facts on all the issues that concern our world from a Christian perspective.
Greg Varnes, Corona, Ca.
TH 524 – [2:00] Don Rohde (818) 262-2092.  For the past 37 years, Don has been a sales manager at Galpin, the #1 volume Ford dealer in the world for the past 19 consecutive years.  Galpin has been family-owned and operated for the past 59 years, and 90% of their business is repeat or referral.  Galpin offers Ford, Lincoln-Mercury, Honda, Mazda, Saturn, Volvo, Jaguar, and Aston Martin.  Located in the heart of the San Fernando Valley at Roscoe and the 405.
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558-608We're More Than Champions  J. Jackson, the lead singer of ApologetiX (, the Christian parody band, is out with their 16th CD entitled Recovery.  They're coming to So Cal soon, so check their website for locations!
612-623Hurry Home Wayward Son   J. Jackson
Enemy Lines
628-638David French (Reprise)
644-700David French (Reprise)
(1:38) Hoarder. (WT LV NBC 12 Jacksonville Florida @ 10/8/09) Ryan Duffy reporting about hoarder Carina Decampo who sadly died in home buried in trash.
MSNBC (10/8/09) Body buried under 8 feet of trash in home.  Do you know any hoarders?
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - City officials have condemned the home where a 71-year-old woman was found dead in garbage piled 8 feet deep.  The stench was so bad that the police had to call in firefighters with breathing gear and eventually cadaver dogs to help find the body of Carina E. Decampo.  Officers were checking on her late Tuesday after worried family members called to say they hadn't heard from her in weeks.  They were met with what police called "unbelievable squalor" and a stench that made some officers ill.  After being unable to locate the woman Tuesday night, police re-entered Wednesday morning and searched for about 20 minutes before calling for help.  Cadaver dogs finally found Decampo's body near the front door. An autopsy is being performed to determine how she died.
• Sheikh Ali Gomaa (10/7/09) Islam, Israel and the United States: Peace among the Abrahamic faiths will be built on respect and the law. Dr. Gomaa is the Grand Mufti of Egypt.

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