Ep. 18: Bogus Cancer Cures Target Christians, and Ministries Respond to George Floyd
On today’s program, the death of Ravi Zacharias due to cancer has caused some Christians to start promoting alternative therapies. We examine both their claims and their effectiveness. We also look at how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected the nation’s food banks. Plus: new rules that will impact the nation’s non-profits.
But first, the death of George Floyd. His death at the hands of Minneapolis police has prompted outrage around the country, but also a strong response from the nation’s churches and Christian ministries.
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