The Land and the Book helps listeners understand a biblical perspective on the Middle East’s complex tapestry of people and events. Join Charlie Dyer and Jon Gauger as they explore biblical, archaeological and prophetic events.
Benefits of a Bible Atlas
To understand the Revolutionary War and the history of America, you have to understand the role geography played. The same is true of the Bible. This week on The Land and the Book, we’ll trek across the pages of Scripture with a Bible Atlas that brings it into sharper focus. Plus, the hottest headlines out of the Middle East...and Charlie Dyer's insight into your questions about prophecy, Scripture, and politics in the Middle East. Don't miss The Land and the Book.
After the Blast
August 4th—a blast in Beirut killed more than 178 people, left more than 6,500 injured, and 300,000 homeless. Critical health infrastructure and medical supplies were damaged. What long term effect might this explosion have on Lebanon, where more than 1 million people live below the poverty line, and 1.5 million are refugees? Let's talk about it...this week on The Land and the Book.
Our 10th Anniversary!
Ten years! That’s how long The Land and the Book has been on the air. We’re celebrating “big time” this week with excerpts from our most memorable interviews. Plus, there’s a grand prize giveaway you don’t want to miss! And did I mention Charlie Dyer will tackle your most challenging Bible questions? Then, we'll visit the Greatest Sukkot ever! Don't miss a minute of our 10th-anniversary celebration on The Land and the Book.
Saints and Scoundrels
The story of Jesus includes all kinds of characters. Some who claimed to be saints proved to be scoundrels. And some started out as scoundrels and ended up saints. This week on The Land and the Book, we’ll meet some of both! It’s a spicy conversation with Nancy Guthrie about Saints and Sinners. Plus, all the week’s headlines from the Middle East—and your questions, too! Join us for The Land and the Book.
Kids and Covid: Hope from the Middle East
Today’s Middle East: entangled in wars, social unrest, and COVID-19. It’s frightening--especially for children caught up in the turmoil. But a Christian satellite television network is helping children use technology to defeat their worst fears. The stories will touch your heart, for sure. And you can hear those stories—exclusively—on this week’s edition of The Land and the Book. Join Charlie Dyer and Jon Gauger for The Land and the Book.
What Happened to Nebuchadnezzar?
His story is one of the strangest in all the Bible. A powerful but proud king is reduced to eating grass—for seven years. Believe it or not, there’s a medical precedent. This week on The Land and the Book, we’ll explore...What Happened to Nebuchadnezzar? Then, Charlie Dyer takes us out in the wilderness where Christ was tempted. Don’t miss The Land and the Book.
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