Tag Archives: ISIS

P.I.D. Radio 12/24/15: Twas the Night Before an Unseasonably Warm Christmas…

IT’S CHRISTMAS EVE and dandelions are blooming in the Ozarks. We review a few major trends from the past year, discuss the surge in public proclamations of imminent prophetic fulfillment, and share our wish for you–a blessed and happy holiday season.

P.I.D. Radio 12/12/15: Open Source A.I.

TECH VISIONARIES have announced a new non-profit artificial intelligence startup. The goal, apparently, is to make sure the first AI is “good”. This is an interesting development, considering that one of the founders has called building an AI “summoning the demon.”

P.I.D. Radio 10/17/15: Prelude to Dabiq

RUSSIA AND Iran have sent troops to fight for Syria’s largest city, Aleppo. Since it borders on the “Islamic State-free zone” declared by Turkey and the US last month, will the NATO allies have a problem with this? And how will the Islamic State respond?

P.I.D. Radio 9/6/15: Freedom from Religion or Secular Sharia?

WE TEND not to be alarmists when it comes to Christian persecution in the USA. But things have shifted in recent years and it’s starting to get ugly.

P.I.D. Radio 1/17/15: The Moon is a Planet

THE TITLE of this week’s show is a reference to an exchange this week on QVC about whether the Moon is a planet or a star. Closer to home, we discuss Russia, ISIS, a third gender, and a flap 60 years ago, when the United States tracked a pair of “natural” satellites that suddenly appeared on radar in low earth orbit over the equator.