Hour 2 – 07/31/19: Tim Goeglein

In “American Restoration,” Focus on the Family’s Tim Goeglein urges Christians to engage with the culture to restore Judeo-Christian values in the U.S., believing the solutions lie in our churches, our communities, and our homes.

Hour 1 – 07/31/19: Katy Faust

Founder and director of “Them Before Us,” Katy Faust explains how her organization advocates for children’s rights, citing examples of how adults often put themselves first when it comes to parenting.

Hour 2 – 07/30/19: Dale Ahlquist

Dale Ahlquist, Co-founder of Chesterton Academy, shares his knowledge on the man of wit, the “prince of paradox,” and the “apostle of common sense,” in his book, “Knight of the Holy Ghost: A Short History of G.K. Chesterton.”

Hour 1 – 07/30/19: Dr. Marty Makary

Dr. Marty Makary, bestselling author, surgeon, and Professor of Health Policy at Johns Hopkins, targets the burden of growing health-care costs in America and posits how to fix the system in his new book, “The Price We Pay.”

Hour 2 – 07/29/19: Christine Stein (Encore)

Christine Stein reveals her traumatic upbringing surrounded by domestic abuse, how she escaped, her restoration, and her current efforts to help others as told in her book, “Climbing Out of the Wreck.” (Encore Presentation)

Hour 1 – 07/29/19: Michael J. Brown

In “Jezebel’s War With America,” Messianic Jewish radio show host Michael J. Brown writes how today’s sexual immorality and permissive abortion attitudes reveal the same spirit of the infamous, murderous seductress in the Bible.

Hour 2 – 07/26/19: Thomas Howard (continued)

Eric continues his Socrates in the City interview with Thomas Howard, author of what Eric considers one of the greatest books of the last century, “Chance or the Dance.” (Encore Presentation)

Hour 1 – 07/26/19: Thomas Howard (Encore)

In this special presentation from Socrates in the City, Eric goes to Boston to talk with scholar Thomas Howard about the questions explored in “Chance or the Dance,” the book Eric considers one of the greatest of the 20th century. (Encore Presentation)

Hour 2 – 07/25/19: Michael & Lauren McAfee

Known for their work at Museum of the Bible, Michael and Lauren McAfee address skeptics’ concerns as they explore the Bible as an ancient mosaic of story, literature, history, and poetry in “Not What You Think.”

Hour 1 – 07/25/19: Matthew Stanley

Holding degrees in the history of science, physics, religion, and astronomy, the brilliant Matthew Stanley recalls the riveting story of how the tragedy of World War I shaped Einstein’s life and led to his Theory of Relativity in “Einstein’s War.”

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July 2019
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