What would Jesus do
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CNN’s Roland Martin Hosts ‘What Would Jesus Really Do?’ Special tonight!4.06.07
In This IssueMartin joins CNN
Roland S. Martin, columnist with Creators Syndicate, a commentator for TV/One Cable Network, and host of his own morning drive show on WVON-AM/Chicago.
Welcome to the all new Roland S. Martin Newsletter.
CNN contributor Roland Martin hosts an hour-long special on Friday, April 6, at 8 p.m. (ET), discussing how Jesus might solve modern-day problems including the war in Iraq, global warming, the gap between the rich and the poor and other contemporary challenges facing the world
Guests including Rick Warren, author of the best-selling A Purpose Driven Life; the Rev. Jerry Falwell; Bishop T.D. Jakes and preacher Paula White will join Martin in a frank discussion about today’s burning issues. The program will consider such issues as whether the war in Iraq has become a holy war, the direction of the Christian political movement, the lingering questions about whether Jesus was married and the significance of the Easter bunny and the resurrection of Jesus.
Martin, a nationally syndicated columnist with Creators Syndicate and a Chicago-based radio host, joined CNN in March. He is also a commentator for TV One Cable Network and hosts The Roland S. Martin Show on WVON-AM/1690 in Chicago each weekday. He is the author of Listening to the Spirit Within: 50 Perspectives on Faith and Speak, Brother! A Black Man’s View of America.
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