Schedule (updated 22 July 2017)

This fortnight's programme



We are joined by Joshua Wisley of the fascinating new Eschaton podcast for a discussion on his work and the subject of the Technological Singularity in relation to Biblical prophecy.

"Joshua Wisley is the host of Eschaton, a new podcast that explores ancient wisdom and spiritual mysteries through the lens of the modern world and attempts to offer fresh insight into age-old questions. The self-prescribed mission of the show is to turn conventional understanding and popular teachings on their head whenever it becomes necessary to do so. The show also provides its own unique spin on some of the other pressing issues of our time, such as geopolitics, supernatural encounters, and modern religious practices. Joshua holds degrees from Cairn University and Villanova University, where he studied comparative religion, philosophy, and business management (respectively). He lives in the northeastern region of the United States with his wife and two children."—J. Wisley


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We shall welcome the spiritual counsellor and radio host Laura Maxwell, who will join us to share her testimony of coming to faith in Jesus Christ after having once been involved in occult religions.

"As a spiritual counsellor, Laura is honoured that her work is shared worldwide via satellite TV, radio, books, magazines and online. She and her mother were taught that Lucifer is god when involved in New Age spiritualism.

She now exposes the Globalist Agenda—the elite NWO cabal—from her inside knowledge of Luciferianism and Theosophy. She hosts a show on Eternal Radio, interviewing ex-occultists about their Christian conversion stories and their outreach to those still involved in the New Age, cults and the Occult. She is the founder of the international ministry Our Spiritual Quest, based in Scotland."—Laura Maxwell





We shall be joined, for a second time, by the lawyer and university lecturer Adeyinka Makinde. Our previous conversation centred in his academic paper, "Can the British state convict itself?", which led us to discuss Tony Blair, the "Troubles" in Northern Ireland and the "extraordinary renditions" of the so-called War on Terror.

This time we shall discuss issues raised in his recent article, "The Pan-Islamic Option : The West's Part in the Creation and Sustaining of Islamist Terror".

Adeyinka Makinde trained for the law as a barrister. He lectures in criminal law and public law at a university in London, and has an academic research interest in intelligence & security matters. He is a contributor to a number of websites for which he has written essays and commentaries on international relations, politics and military history. He has served as a programme consultant and provided expert commentary for BBC World Service Radio, China Radio International and the Voice of Russia.





C. R. Hiker, author of the book Crossroads (WestBowPress 2016) will join us to share his experience of embarking upon an inter-rail journey of evangelism across nine European countries carrying a message of God’s mercy to the people he met along the way.

Carl, who has been an Evangelical Christian for thirty years and holds a PhD in Educational Science, created the book (with the help of his illustrator, Dave Budish) in the hope of inspiring people to engage in inter-rail, face-to-face evangelism.



May God bless you, and thanks for listening,



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