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May 17

Embracing Biblical Realities on Good News Friday

Discover the power of perseverance. Today is Good News Friday, so we will take some time to go through our stack of good news articles. From incremental victories akin to John Quincy Adam's anti-slavery stand, to new pro-Israel sentiments in college campuses, and even the realization among European nations that there are two genders. We cover the whole range of encouraging news, today. Our journey through the intersection of faith and culture reveals historical giants like John Quincy Adams, whose unwavering fight against slavery resonates with our modern-day struggles to uphold truth and justice. Adams' story, a testament to the significance of small victories, paves the way for current triumphs in patriotism and conservatism, and encourages us to persist in the face of adversity. Join us as we reflect on the echoes of Adams' legacy in the voices of today's youth, bravely championing their beliefs on college campuses across the nation. Feel the pulse of change as we examine the UK's National Health Service's bold move to recognize biological sex, upending former gender ideology. This episode is not only about looking back but also casting a gaze forward, where courageous public figures like JK Rowling inspire a cultural shift towards honesty and integrity. The conversation extends beyond individual courage, probing into the collective impact of standing firm against the prevailing winds of societal pressure. Tune in for an invigorating discussion on how these cultural and medical landmarks shape our path towards a more truthful and grounded future. Support the Show.

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The WallBuilders Show is a daily journey to examine today's issues from a Biblical, Historical and Constitutional perspective. Featured guests include elected officials, experts, activists, authors, and commentators.

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Get ready for an in-depth look at the recent Republican National Convention. Promising a comprehensive account of Donald Trump's speech, you'll learn about the calls for unity, the strategic plans for a second term, and the notable humility and peaceful tone Trump exhibited throughout. We analyse Trump's leadership style, shifting from self-praise to more goal-oriented statements, and what this could mean for his future in politics. Discover the unique qualities that set this Republican Convention apart from its predecessors. From the presidential nominee's emotional engagement—attending all four nights and even shedding tears on the first night—to the overwhelmingly optimistic atmosphere, akin to Obama's 2008 convention as noted by Van Jones, this event broke with tradition in several significant ways, including the announcement of the vice presidential nominee at the beginning. Finally, we examine the future of the Democratic nomination amid rumors of Joe Biden's potential departure due to cognitive decline. We analyze Kamala Harris's position as the likely replacement and discuss the strategic considerations for vice-presidential picks, with names like Roy Cooper and Michelle Obama being floated. We also tackle the challenges posed by fundraising dynamics and Harris's low approval ratings. Wrapping up, we reflect on the historic nature of the current presidential race, including the recent assassination attempt, and provide a biblical, historical, and constitutional perspective to equip listeners with a deeper understanding of these momentous developments. Support the Show.

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