Monday, August 4, 2003 Radio Show

Monday, August 4, 2003 Radio Show
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    Hour 1:
    Weekend in Review
    In the Guardian, the leftist English paper, a writer describes America as "a religion." The writer intends it as a criticism, but Dennis sees it as a compliment. America has a divine mission to rid the world of evil-doers. If we were to abandon this mission, we'd become another Europe Godless, gutless and spineless.

    Hour 2:
    Mel Gibson's "Passion"
    Dennis talks about his experience of seeing a rough cut of Mel Gibson's yet-to-be-released movie about the last 12 hours of the life of Jesus Christ. The depiction of Christ's suffering scourging and crucifixion -- is very graphic and the Jews are the villains of the story. Will the film provide fodder for anti-Semites? This was not Gibson's intention, certainly the movie is true to the New Testament text but it may be an unintended consequence.

    Hour 3:
    More "Passion"
    Dennis expounds further on his reaction to the film and explains the basis of Jewish fears of Christian anti-Semitism. Listeners offer their thoughts and opinions.

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