Hour 2 – 06/23/21: Owen Strachan

Owen Strachan has his own ideas about the racist lunacy of Critical Race Theory and shares ideas from his new book, “Christianity and Wokeness: How the Social Justice Movement Is Hijacking the Gospel — and the Way to Stop It.”

Hour 1 – 06/23/21: Jenna Ellis

Jenna Ellis re-examines the meeting she had with Mike Lindell where the two had a feisty discussion about the Constitutionality of the Supreme Court if they were to reverse the results of the 2020 election.

Hour 2 – 06/22/21: Voddie Baucham (continued)

Voddie Baucham continues his conversation with Eric at the National Religious Broadcasters convention talking about Critical Race Theory and how it’s duping many ministers and their congregations.

Hour 1 – 06/22/21: Voddie Baucham

Voddie Baucham, author of “Fault Lines: The Social Justice Movement and Evangelicalism’s Looming Catastrophe,” exposes the false narrative being touted by the racist nincompoops behind Critical Race Theory.

Hour 2 – 06/21/21: Michael Brown

Michael Brown addresses key points from his book, “Christian Antisemitism: Confronting the Lies in Today’s Church”; and Eric, Albin and Chris report on day one of the NRB convention in Grapevine, Texas.

Hour 1 – 06/21/21: Margarita Mooney

Margarita Mooney of the Scala Foundation joins Eric in the studio to discuss her new book, “The Love of Learning: Seven Dialogues on the Liberal Arts;” plus, a report from the National Religious Broadcasters convention.

Hour 2 – 06/19/21: Tim Eaton (Encore)

Tim Eaton, CEO of NutraMedix.com, talks about the origins of his supplements company and the miracles that helped him and many people suffering in remote areas across the globe. (Encore Presentation)

Hour 1 – 06/19/21: Sean Feucht

Sean Feucht, the singer who launched a global righteousness and justice movement, is “bringing the heat” in July to the Bronx and Washington, D.C., and shares the exciting details.

Hour 2 – 06/17/21: Lee Habeeb (Encore)

Lee Habeeb, host of “Our American Stories,” talks about his hard-hitting documentary for Father’s Day available at SalemNOW.com, “The Streets Were My Father.” (Encore Presentation)

Hour 1 – 06/17/21: Ned Ryun

On the anniversary of the Battle of Bunker Hill, founder of “American Majority” Ned Ryun discusses his new book, “The Adversaries,” as well as touches on stories of his famous runner father, Jim.

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June 2021
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