Special Guests

  • Mike Warnke — Evangelist, Comedian, Author
    Mike became one of evangelical Christianity's best-known experts on the subject of Satanism until an investigation concluded his involvement with Satanism was a hoax. Today, Mike is a speaker, teacher, father, grandfather, husband, weird, radical, fun-loving, yet deadly serious minister who still delivers powerful messages to enlighten others to the eternal love of Jesus Christ. He has submitted to the authority of an assembly of ministers "acting as elders", acknowledging his "ungodliness", his "multiple divorces", his "failure as husband, father, and friend", and of "embellishment and exaggeration in his attempt to entertain". However, he continues to stand by his testimony of former Satanic involvement.

  • Dr. James A. Beverley — Satanism VS Satanism
    Jim will help us understand the difference between various kinds of Satanism and sort through the falsities of sensationalistic media reports. Dr Beverley is the Associate Director of the Institute for the Study of American Religion in Santa Barbara, California and a Professor at Tyndale Seminary in Toronto, Canada. Dr. Beverley's specialities include studies in World and New Religions, Charismatic Christianity, Roman Catholic Theology, and Christian Ethics.

  • David Di Sabatino — Author of Frisbee - The Life & Death of A Hippie Preacher
    This Emmy nominated film reveals the tortured journey of an American, closeted gay, hippie, Pentecostal evangelist and self-described "seeing prophet and mystic" in the late 1960s and 1970s. Lonnie was a key figure in the Jesus Movement and became the charismatic spark igniting the rise of two worldwide denominations (Chuck Smith's Calvary Chapel & the Vineyard Movement). Frisbee, who was an evangelical preacher also privately socialized as a gay man, although he never believed homosexuality was anything other than a sin in the eyes of God. Both churches later disowned him because of his active homosexuality, removing him first from leadership positions then, ultimately, firing him. As part of his ostracism from his former churches, his work was maligned, but he forgave those who tried to discredit him before his death from AIDS in 1993.

Talkback, etc.

  • Dr. H — Christian Hypnotist
    Thousands across America have enjoyed the extraordinary performances of Dr. H's comedy hypnosis show and his stage illusion shows. He's appeared on several television news talk shows and has been accredited for the televised death defying stunt "DEATH WISH 3" where he had to escape death while hanging sixteen stories in mid air from a wooden box which hung by a burning rope suspended before a live audience. Dr. H also appeared a forty foot crane in broad day light on a Las Vegas, NV Parking Lot in front of a live crowd. He also has a Doctorate degree in Theology, and is an evangelist & pastor. He is the founder of the Fellowship Of Christian Hypnotists. So is it actually possible to be a Christian and a hypnotist?

  • Mike Warnke Interview Feedback
    Many of you will remember Mike's amazing testimony and ministry from back in the day. Therefore, many of you were shocked and felt betrayed by Mike during his public expose. Give us a call with your opinion of our interview with Mike Warnke. Do you believe him? Should he be encouraged to "move on" and continue his ministry or are you still suspicious? How should the Christian community respond to Mike Warnke today?

  • Do you think we pay too much attention to Satan or not enough?
    It's amazing just how many books have been written on the subject, fiction and non-fiction. That's all some people seem to ever talk about. It feels like Satan gets the blame for just about everything. And yet, there are others who never speak of him, as if he doesn't really exist. Or if he does exist, he certainly doesn't interact with us near as much as others would suggest. How do you feel about Satan's involvement in our lives?

  • Do you see anything wrong with Christians going to horror movies?
    It's Saturday night at the local theatre. A bag of popcorn, a drink, a few friends. The lights go down, the movie begins and about 20-minutes later, your palms are sweaty. Your eyes are wide open - until!!! No sex, very little swearing, just a goofy plot and a whole lot of shadows moving in the dimly lit cemetery. You scream, your heart pounds, you laugh at yourself and your friends - and the next morning you head off to church. Is there really anything wrong with going to a good horror movie? Would you let your kids go? At what age?

  • The Counsel Of Many! Need Help or Advice On An Issue In Your Life?
    Tell us your situation and Drew will ask the listeners of TDMS!
    Should Drew interview a Satanist or is that going too far?

    Drew has always felt that it's better to listen to what someone of another faith or belief system believes, as opposed to reading what Christians have to say about that person's belief. So with that in mind, he's interviewed Wiccans, Mormons, etc. But would interviewing a Satanist be unwise? Who else shouldn't he interview? A pedophile? A Holocaust-denier? A money grubbing televangelist?