Gary Duncan is still a bit aggravated with Dr. Luke about his failed hair treatment and is hesitant to bring him back on the program especially because Dr. Luke is live in the studio with Gary this week. However, Dr. Luke brings Gary a peace offering of a box of chocolates. Soon their conversation turns to Luke 7 verse 11. Hear the Luke’s exclusive about the dead man from Nain.
Reluctantly Gary Duncan brings back Dr. Luke to continue the discussion about Simeon. Gary, who is still aggravated about the hair restoration mishaps, is a bit short with Dr. Luke. The conversation turns to the comfort of God and why we see the word LORD in all capitol letters.
Gary Duncan brings back Dr. Luke to continue the discussion of Jesus’ early life. Gary and Dr. Luke also talk about Simeon a righteous and devout man. Also, what is meant by “parakaleo” Listen and learn.
Gary Duncan brings back Dr. Luke after a long hiatus. Dr. Luke talks with Gary about a new product that would help with hair loss. Finally, the conversation turns to a more serious topic when Dr. Luke explains pseudepigrapha.
Gary Duncan Talks with Professor Lukomski about his most recent invention that will revolutionize the Bible. Gary tries to get the professor off his gimmicks and to focus on what the scriptures say. Listen, enjoy, learn.
Gary Duncan Talks with St. Patrick this week about the Trinity. Listen as St. Pat helps us understand more clearly the teaching of the Trinity.
Gary Duncan has an odd guest this week. We hear about the Pentecost from the beloved Pentecost Pidgeon. Hear Gary and this frustrated guest share with us what Pentecost is all about including the first Pentecost.
Today on the program, Gary Duncan talks to St. Peter about Ascension Day. Listen and hear how Jesus’ ascension completed the promises of Scripture when Jesus told us that He would return to the Father and send a Comforter in the Holy Spirit.
Gary continues his discussion with St. Peter about four Greek words for love.
Gary Duncan brings St. Peter back to the program again this week. Peter shares with Gary the four Greek words for love. The two that come to mind are philos and agape. But what are the other two? Listen, learn and enjoy.