Lost Arts Radio Show #134 – Special Guest Dr. Bill Warner + Richard Sacks On TLB

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Special Double Show! Dr. Bill Warner: Are Solutions Possible? + Richard Sacks on The Liberty Beacon

Lost Arts Radio Show on Sunday 7/23/17

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Dr. Bill Warner

Dr. Bill Warner has done a series of shows on Lost Arts Radio, educating us all on the teachings of Allah and Mohammed. Islam, with more than a billion followers worldwide, has become a major topic in current events, and I realized we needed to really know what it was all about, without any distortion or slant, just the real teachings. What are the teachings of Allah and Mohammed themselves, as given in the three scriptures of Islam, the Koran, the Sira and the Hadith? Dr. Warner has done incredibly valuable work by making the direct teachings of Islam easily accessible to Muslim and non-Muslim readers. His books and videos are available at www.politicalislam.com.  His videos can also be found on YouTube.

After going through the series of visits with Dr. Warner on our show, I realized that, after learning what Islam taught, are there any avenues to peace between all people, including Muslims who have been ordered by Allah through Mohammed that all non-Muslims must be converted, enslaved or killed? I think the result will be an interesting and educational session with Dr. Warner, and you are invited to be there.Richard Sacks

Since Dr. Warner can only be with us for an hour this Sunday, I wanted to take the opportunity in the remaining time on the show, to share with you a discussion I just had with Roger Landry, founder of The Liberty Beacon.(www.thelibertybeacon.com). Roger’s site has been a landmark over many years for freedom lovers worldwide, and now his project is expanding in new directions, one of which is televised visits with guests on his show. Last week I was invited to be one of those guests, and we covered a wide variety of key topics on health and consciousness. You can hear our whole exchange on the second half of this Sunday’s show.

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