Dr. Michael Lake on Hagmann and Hagman February 2017
Thursday February 9, 2017
Tonight on the Hagman and Hagmann Report…
A quick point regarding Arizona: it is a Constitutional Carry state with the exception of Maricopa County (Phoenix). Could that be, in part, why the optics out of Phoenix look different than the meltdown in Berkeley?
Tonight at 7:00pm EST join Senior Editor of the Hagmann Report and Senior Contributor at Canada Free Press, Mr Douglas J Hagmann, as we welcome to his debut appearance on the Hagmann and Hagmann Report, National Director of Gun Owners of America, Mr Larry Pratt. Mr Pratt will spend the entirety of hour one with us.
The primary question on everyones’ minds: do average Americans need to start packing heat? Another pressing question that we hear often: why do the dozens and dozens of crimes, including murder and rape, that are deescalated or prevented by a lawful gun owner, go completely ignored by the lame scream media, while they busily craft their drive-by narrative that would have us believe that an AR-15 simply sprouts legs and kills indiscriminately?
Be sure to stick around for hours two and three this evening, beginning at 8:00pm EST as we are honored to be rejoined by friend of the program and prolific writer, Dr Michael Lake. Dr Lake is the well known author of The Shinar Directive and The Sheeriyth Imperative.
Doug informed me this morning that he not only read both of Dr Lake’s books, but that they helped him better understand how scripture intersects with the headlines. If you are unfamiliar with Dr Lake’s work, you are in for a treat; he brings a level of intelligence and discernment to any conversation that you just don’t hear everyday.
Tonight’s program promises to be one of those, what I like to call, pen-and-notepad type shows. We will see you all at 7:00pm EST on one of our three live platforms. Stay safe until then.
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Great advice Michael, as we look toward the future!
The best book complimenting what was covered, about putting on our armour each day, in history: The Christian in Complete Armour by William Gurnall (1617 -1679). Charles Spurgeon called it;”the best thought breeder in our library”. John Newton said,”If I might read only one book beside the Bible, I would choose The Christian in Complete Armour.”
I concur. It has been a favorite book in my library for the past several decades. I do plan on using it when I develop my book on “Unlocking the Nesheq (Armory) for God.” I think the sad part about this is that today we should be more advanced than Gurnall was nearly four centuries ago. Yet, he was writing from a position of being in Graduate School in the Kingdom in his day, and much of our teaching today is presented from pre-school. The Mystery Religions have done their work on the Body of Christ and our knowledge and depth of the Word has been greatly diminished!
sadly, that is true – our depth of understanding of the Word is ‘greatly diminished,’ compared to folks from previous centuries. one book that helped me see this, not the first time I read it, but the 2nd time around, in the 1990’s, was Earth’s Earliest Ages by Pember.
Yes, Pember’s book that was written in the nineteenth century speaks us very loudly in the twenty-first!