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) program, only that the content is translated in Chinese Mandarin. Eli Soriano engages viewers with an authoritative and scholarly study of topics that range from politics, society, health, science and religion. Eli makes sure his response to the question is comprehensive and undeniable, making use of verses, contexts and historical relevance of the main characters, situations and commandments of God in the Bible. Eli, who is currently abroad for a worldwide evangelization effort, is continuously holding Bible Expositions for his non-Filipino audience.
The International Evangelist also currently maintains an Internet webcast through Livestream.com, a blog and Twitter account. Eli Soriano holds a regular Bible Exposition for his Filipino constituents every Tuesday at to p.m.
The program frequently criticizes other denominations for their doctrines, practices and what it says are false teachings, including the Catholic Church, some Christian denominations, Jehovah's Witnesses, Seventh-day Adventist Church, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and especially the Iglesia ni Cristo, (Church of Christ founded by Felix Manalo), a Philippine-based religion.
It was owned by a different company, but affiliated with Manila Broadcasting Company. Although the station had local announcers (or disc jockeys), the station was basically a relay station that directly feeds from the MBC Studios in Manila.
It broadcasts as a community radio station from 6 a.m. It broadcasts DZRH programmings in the mornings, music till about 6 p.m.
and a blocktime program Ang Dating Daan till 10 p.m.
Its studio and transmitter were located near Bagong Lipunan Trade Center. A series of tests began in September 2014 by Broadreach Broadcasting Company, another affiliate of MBC.
It also marked the official attempt of MCGI to break the Guinness world record for the "Largest Gospel Choir in a Single Location." Under the supervision of Guinness official adjudicator and independent auditing firm Punongbayan & Araullo Grant Thorton, the Guinness world record was awarded to MCGI with a total of 8,688 choristers from the ADD Chorale beating the previous record held by the Philippine religious group Iglesia Ni Cristo with 4,745 participants during their 100th centennial anniversary at the Philippine Arena.