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Shane Vander Hart and Brian Myers this week on Caffeinated Thoughts Radio spoke with Mike Ahmed who is a former Muslim and missionary to Egyptian Muslims. He explained how he approaches Muslims with the truth of Jesus Christ. Ahmed is a keynote speaker at the upcoming Caffeinated Thoughts Briefing next Saturday.

The guys also discussed the Vice Presidential debate between U.S. Senator Tim Kaine (D-VA) and Governor Mike Pence (R-IN). What will it mean for the race and the next Presidential debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton on Sunday.

Plus 30 Republican former members of Congress wrote a letter in opposition to Donald Trump encouraging other Republicans to oppose him. Plus two Fox News anchors have a public spat over Donald Trump. Also what is with a Clown Lives Matter event in Arizona? Then how much will Hurricane Matthew disrupt Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton’s campaigns.

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