The Bob Siegel Show
San Francisco temporarily closes In-N-Out hamburger restaurant over refusal to comply with a vaccine passport check at their doors! Click on your podcasting platform below to subscribe to The Bob Si
Bob looks back fondly on some of his favorite TV shows growing up, not only because of their uncompromising family values, but the quality of the productions themselves. Still, there were some glari
New York Governor Hochul seems to have no problem bringing Jesus into politics where the vaccine mandate is concerned, but is she consistent in her stance where other major issues relate to Scripture?
Bob’s producer, Brendan Thomas, brings three current news stories into the mix including D.C. Comics’ decision to have their new Superman (son of Superman and Lois Lane) be bisexual. Click on your p
Ruth Weiss of Election Integrity Project@California returns for an update on the overwhelming reports of election fraud during the attempted recall of Governor Gavin Newsom. She also talks about Elect
Jim Berrier and Steve Hesselbach join Bob to talk about the dangerous bias in media, Southwest Airline vaccine mandates, and much more! Recorded from Bob’s broadcast show: October 10, 2021. Click on y
In previous shows, Bob established rational arguments for the existence of some kind of loving God. Today, Bob concludes his case, showing more of what we would expect from a loving God. This inc
How Do I Know That The God Of The Universe Is One And The Same As The God Of The Bible? -The Bob Siegel Show Ep 287
In previous shows, Bob established rational arguments for the existence of some kind of loving God. Today, Bob begins explaining why this God is the very same God who revealed Himself in Scripture! Cl
Bob continues answering standard objections to his rational argument for the existence of God. Today’s big questions: Could there not be more than one God? Could there be both a good and an evil God?
Bob continues answering standard objections to his rational argument for the existence of God. Today’s big question: If theists claim God existed eternally, without beginning or end, could it not be j