Hour 2 – 01/31/19: Mickey Robinson

In his book, “Falling Into Heaven: A Skydiver’s Gripping Account of Heaven, Healings and Miracles,” Mickey Robinson recalls his post-death experience after a fiery plane crash. (Encore Presentation)

Hour 1 – 01/31/19: Jerome Corsi

Dr. Jerome Corsi returns to the studio to weigh in on Roger Stone’s arrest in view of his own interrogation from the Mueller investigation, which he details in his new book, “Silent No More.”

Hour 2 – 01/30/19: John Zmirak

Big bad John Zmirak is concerned about the increasing popularity of liberal Christianity and Catholicism; plus, takes a few shots at what he sees on the horizon: “the religion of the anti-Christ.”

Hour 1 – 01/30/19: Kevin McCullough

Addressing the sorry state of American politics, Kevin McCullough joins the show to discuss the passing of the landmark NY state abortion law, controversy surrounding Roger Stone, the border wall, and other current events.

Hour 2 – 01/29/19: Daniel B. Wallace

Daniel Wallace, Founder and Executive Director of The Center for the Study of New Testament Manuscripts, discusses the fascinating process of preserving and examining these sacred, ancient documents.

Hour 1 – 01/29/19: Brad Meltzer

NYT best-selling author Brad Meltzer reveals the little-known plot to assassinate George Washington and the patriotic origins of the CIA in his page-turner, “The First Conspiracy.”

Hour 2 – 01/28/19: Nathaniel Philbrick

From his book, “In the Hurricane’s Eye,” historian Nathaniel Philbrick tells the thrilling story of how General George Washington won the Revolutionary War at Yorktown.

Hour 1 – 01/28/19: Daniel Mahoney

Daniel Mahoney argues in his book, “The Idol of Our Age,” that the secular religion of humanitarianism reduces Christianity to an inordinate concern for social justice; plus, he discusses Alekandr Solzhenitsyn.

Hour 2 – 01/25/19: Doug Hershey

Author and speaker Doug Hershey shares the awe-inspiring past and present of the Holy Land in his new book, “Israel Rising.”

Hour 1 – 01/25/19: Ignat Solzhenitsyn

Famed international conductor Ignat Solzhenitsyn discusses his father Aleksandr’s experiences and remarkable transformation in the Soviet Gulag.

Podcast Archive Calendar

January 2019
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