When ‘Christian’ radio stopped listening to the Bible
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2 WAY RADIO, a pioneer of the new Christian radio format, is on the brink of shutting down its radio stations in the United States after being bought out by a private company.
The station in Virginia was founded in 1999 by Christian radio pioneer Michael Stowe and his wife and daughter.
It was the first station that used modern technology to broadcast from a Christian church.
The Stowe family, including Stowe, were also behind Christian radio stations that ran from the 1970s until they retired.
The Stowe brothers were also the founders of the Christian Broadcasting Network, which is now owned by the Christian Broadcast Network, and a Christian radio station owned by Christian Broadcasting Worldwide.
In 2010, the Stowe Brothers died, but their legacy lives on in radio stations around the world.
“It’s been an amazing journey,” Stowe said in a statement.
“We are so grateful for the many contributions that we have made to Christianity and to our listeners, and we thank you for being our listeners.”
In 2014, Stowe was honored with a Lifetime Achievement Award from the National Christian Foundation, and his radio station, 2Way Radio, was listed as one of the 100 Greatest American Radio Stations.
It had more than 60,000 listeners.
Stowe’s son, Michael, is the station’s executive director.
In a statement, the station said, “We can only hope that the family’s support and support for us will continue.
The rest of the network will go through the same difficult period.”
The station said it is exploring a “re-launch” in the coming months.
This is not the first time that a Christian station has faced legal challenges.
In 2004, a New York City-based radio station was sued by the American Family Association after it published a news report in which it called on parents to have children and “stop giving your children drugs, alcohol and other addictive substances.”
The radio station’s owners, who also are owners of Christian radio programs, were ordered to pay $1.9 million in damages to the AFA.
In a separate lawsuit filed in 2015, a Christian television station in South Carolina was sued for airing the following audio from an interview with a member of the group that calls itself the Church of Satan: The program included a portion of the interview that featured a quote from the Satanic Temple.
“We want to tell people, ‘Hey, Satan is a real person,'” the program said.
“You can be his messenger.
You can be the person who has the truth about him, the true meaning of his message.”
The program also showed footage of a man holding a gun to the head of a group of men who were threatening to burn down the station.
The station also had a similar message on its website in 2015: “The Church of the Satanic temple is the most dangerous group in America today, and they are coming for your television, radio and Internet.
We call upon you to stay home, stop giving your kids drugs, alcoholic beverages and other dangerous drugs, and don’t give them TV or movies that glorify Satanism.
You have nothing to lose.”
2 WAY RADIO, a pioneer of the new Christian radio format, is on the brink of shutting down its radio…
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