People say: “We’re so wealthy and the other countries are so poor. It’s so unfair.” Dennis wants to know this: do these people know why America is wealthy and why those other countries are poor?… It’s farmers vs. salamanders in Northern California. Odds favor the amphibian… Did you talk politics at Christmas dinner? Callers tell their stories… The President makes a surprise trip to Iraq to visit the troops there.
Dennis went to a Christmas gathering. He talked to two 29 year-old-women there. They vindicated his famous “29” rule.
Is Santa’s lap where it all goes wrong? Yes, some people are saying Mall Santa may be the source of the sexual harassment crisis… Dennis was on Fox and Friends on Monday. His comments on saying “Merry Christmas” generated a lot of controversy.
Dennis continues with his open lines format. Questions include: what is the best translation of the Hebrew Bible; why do we need God today; is it a good idea to separate men and women in a religious service. Originally broadcast December 25, 2007.
Dennis continues to take calls and answer questions on the issue of religion and religious faith. Issues raised include: do Jews think about Jesus around Christmas; what is the difference between liberal clergy and the Democratic party; is Allah the same God as the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. Originally broadcast December 25, 2007.
Dennis takes calls on the issue of religion. Issues raised include: does the Bible really advocate the stoning of disobedient children; what distinguishes the three Jewish denominations; what is the Jewish view of Mohammed; does God really need people to bow down to him; why do the three faiths of Abraham have so many conflicts. A Best of Prager Hour. Originally broadcast December 25, 2007.
Should you wait for others to get their food before eating your food? A Best of Prager Hour. Originally broadcast November 1, 2005.
Dennis talks to historian Harry Crocker, III. His new book is The Yanks Are Coming! A Military History of the United States in World War I. A Best of Prager Hour. Originally broadcast December 17, 2014.
Dennis talks to Les Standiford, director creative writing program at Florida International University. His new book is The Man Who Invented Christmas: How Charles Dickens’s A Christmas Carol Rescued His Career and Revived Our Holiday Spirits. A Best of Prager Hour. Originally broadcast December 24, 2008.
Per usual, callers set the agenda. Issues raised include: Do you find that pet-owners don’t want to argue; as a Jew, how do you process the existence Jesus and the spread of Christianity; should there be a period of time that gay men are not allowed to be Catholic priests?
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