Christian Media Network
Examines Messianic Leader Monte Judah
This week, Another Gospel, the 30 minute radio program produced by the Christian Media Network, will examine the doctrine of false prophet Monte Judah. The radio series is characterized by edited excerpts from the False Prophets of our time, in their own words. The provocative program also includes closing commentary, analyzing the various errors which were presented in the earlier segments of the program.
Each installment of the program features three segments, with the first two segments comprising a radio narrative presenting the views of a specific False Prophet, whose work and doctrine is featured throughout the show. The deceiver is afforded the majority of the program, as the final third segment of each program seeks to address the false doctrine just broadcast by citing Scripture. The program closes with a list of additional print and radio resources -- including online articles, and books and DVD’s on subjects related to the broadcast.
Another Gospel is unusual in that it is the first radio program which intentionally provides a lengthy presentation of false doctrine, as spoken by the deceiver in question. The idea is to accurately distill that person’s teaching down to about 20 minutes, to get to the often hidden facts associated with their doctrine. This revolutionary approach provides the Christian Media ministry with a vehicle with which to reprove the individual (and or/ministry) target of the probes.
This week’s installment of the program features a widely known false prophet, in that Monte Judah is a significant leader in the so called “Messianic” movement. He is an advocate of the Two House heresy, which posits the Christians of the world are to be identified with the alleged “scattered tribes” of Israel. Judah does not teach the usual version of “lost tribe” theology (commonly called Identity), where the British or the Americans are supposedly the physical descendants of the Israelites. Instead, he posits that Christians should embrace the Torah – keep the commandments, and join with the Jews in the so called “Greater Exodus,” which he claims is prophesied to occur. He also advocates the resumption of animal sacrifice in Jerusalem.
In addition to being online here at ChristianMediaResearch.com for the next week, Another Gospel is heard on 2 of Christian Media’s 3 radio networks (CMN and GEO – see below), as the networks have AM and FM affiliates, which will also broadcast the program.
Another Gospel will also air on the CMN and GEO networks, on the following days and times (all times Pacific):
· Monday 2 PM GEO Monday 4 PM CMN Wednesday 10 AM GEO
· Wednesday 4 PM CMN Thursday 11 AM CMN Thursday 10 PM GEO
· Friday 4 PM GEO Friday 9 PM CMN
Additional program times may be located in the online schedules for GEO and CMN, at the network’s respective websites.
To listen to the programs, simply go to the specific network at the time the program is scheduled, and click on the listen here link – or listen online at ChristianMediaResearch.com the week of June 1, 2014.
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The 24/7 GEO radio stream is found at
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The target of the next installment of Another Gospel will be announced next week.
The New Testament Gospel has been steadily leavened, so the body of Christ has now been voluntarily transformed into a Spiritual substitute the Scriptures identify as the Image of the Beast. The Christian church’s role in this wicked agenda, and how the genuine Remnant of Israel is preserved by the LORD, is examined regularly on the James Lloyd radio broadcast The Apocalypse Chronicles. Timely installments of the program may be played on demand at CHRISTIANMEDIADAILY.COM. However, the downloadable show is only updated weekly, whereas there are 3 new shows per week which are aired on the 3 Christian Media Networks.