Public Speaking Schedule of Kermit Zarley 
 
       Radio Debate with Dr. Michael Brown on January 12-13, 2010

       Listen to a debate on askdrbrown.org, "Line of Fire".
       It turned into a 2-day event due to the large volume of calls!       
It was Kermit's 1st time to speak on this subject in media.

Comments about these two debates with Dr. Brown

The following partial comment by "Tim" is post #30 on the webpage "Upcoming Debate Zarley vs. Brown" at kingdomready.org/blog:
 

"Zarley sounds like a very gracious man who is not familiar with the rules of the game for “gotcha” radio debates of the format that Brown does. So, he respectfully answered Brown’s questions and did not challenge any of Brown’s ridiculous assertions, such as the time that Brown accused Zarley of idolatry, or Brown’s use of the phrase “complex unity” (unity seems to me to be the opposite of “complex”).

I don’t often get aggravated about these kinds of debates, but this was difficult for me to take. Zarley’s book is very impressive and he was not able to reflect his knowledge in the ten second soundbite format of this type of debate."

My Response: Tim, I appreciate your descriptions about my character and book. Michael did cut me off more than once, and I agree with you about the idolatry accusation. But I'll cut him some slack, and I hope he invites me back sometime.

Deity of Christ, 39 minutes, January 12, 2010

Preexistence of Christ, 39 min., January 13, 2010



19th annual "Theological Conference" at Atlanta, Georgia, on April 28, 2010

In late April, 2010, Kermit made his first in-person contact with people of like faith in the One God movement (=biblical unitarianism or Christian monotheism) by attending the 19th annual Theological Conference in Atlanta, Georgia. It was hosted by the Atlanta Bible College and conducted by ABC professor emeritus Sir Anthony Buzzard. Kermit was one of the speakers, and there, on April 28, he delivered his first public presentation about only the Father being God and that that Jesus Christ is Savior and Lord, but not God. It was entitled, "Does the Bible Identify Jesus as God?" (46 minutes). In his introduction, he told some stories about his friend, Evangelist Billy Graham, because they first met at the Atlanta Country Club while Kermit was competing there in the Atlanta Classic.

"Does the Bible Identify Jesus as God?" (46 minutes)


9th annual "One God Seminar" at metro-Seattle, Washington, on October 23-24, 2010

Kermit delivered his second and third public presentations about only the Father being God, so that Jesus is not God. It was at the 9th annual "One God Seminars," hosted by Ken Westby, founder and director of The Association of Christian Development (godward.org) located in metro-Seattle, Washington. It was held in the Seattle-Tacoma area, only a few miles from where Kermit was born and reared. He presented two, hour-long lectures. They were entitled "Does the Bible Say Jesus Is God?" and "What Must I Do to Be Saved? (Acts 16:30): The Essentials of Christian Faith," with Q&As following.

Click here on One God Seminars to watch video of these two 50-minute presentations--"Does the Bible Say Jesus Is God?" and "What Must I Do to Be Saved?"


At Lakeshore Bible Church in Tempe, Arizona, during the morning worship service on Sunday, May 1, 2011, Pastor Steve Taylor interviewed Kermit about his faith journey and his RJC book. Watch the video of this 40-minute interview by clicking here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dayzAhefiqM.


10th annual "One God Seminar" at Arcadia/Pasadena, California, on May 28-29, 2011

The title of Kermit's presentation was "What's Afoot in the Middle East and North Africa?" He showed that the political and social changes begun in early 2011 toward democracy in the Middle East and N. Africa are prophesied in the symbolism of one of the two feet of the image in Daniel 2. Kermit's sub-themes include that certain endtimes biblical prophecies indicate that Jesus is not God and that he did not know the time of his return, so that the New Testament does not say that Jesus is coming "soon," that is, that his return was imminent in the first century. Watch this 55-minute video presentation followed by Q&A by clicking here: http://www.christianmonotheism.com/php/media_center/conference_displayer.php?chosen=year&mode=year&data=2011. Then click on "2011" and "2011-3." Choose either audio or video.



 
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