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Hour 2 – 06/06/19: Joel C. Rosenberg

Author Joel C. Rosenberg imagines a realistic World War III scenario with rising tensions between the United States and Iran in his latest novel, “The Persian Gamble.”

Hour 1 – 06/06/19: William Federer and Alex Kershaw

William Federer of American Minute visits the studio to remind us of the greatest invasion force of history on the 75th anniversary of D-Day; Alex Kershaw goes in-depth to the storming of the beaches of Normandy in his book, “The First Wave.”

Hour 2 – 06/05/19: Tremper Longman III

Scholar Tremper Longman III asks the hard questions and discovers compelling answers in his latest book, “Confronting Old Testament Controversies”; John Rankin recalls the deeds of his abolitionist ancestor of the same name.

Hour 1 – 06/05/19: John Rankin

Reverend John Rankin returns to the studio to alert us to the very-real “dark forces” in our world and reveals his strategy for overcoming them from his book, “Meeting Satan Face-to-Face.”

Hour 2 – 06/04/19: Rene Breuel

Multilingual Brazilian pastor Rene Breuel serving in Rome conveys how to attain the perpetual human pursuit of satisfaction in his book, “The Paradox of Happiness.”

Hour 1 – 06/04/19: Ken Fish – Part 3

Are people raised from the dead today? Ken Fish of Kingdom Fire Ministries shares remarkable accounts of the life-giving power of God through the Holy Spirit.

Hour 2 – 06/03/19: Ken Fish (continued)

Ken Fish continues his in-studio interview with Eric, updating him on recent stories of miracles that convey the life-working power of the Holy Spirit in the face of genuine evil.

Hour 1 – 06/03/19: Ken Fish

Friend of the show Ken Fish returns for Miracle Monday with stories of the miraculous – specifically, healings and deliverances in the face of idol worship that Ken witnessed in his travels overseas.

Hour 2 – 05/31/19: Dr. Ajay K. Seth

Dr. Ajay K. Seth discloses his groundbreaking discovery of how to reactivate nerve endings in a severed arm to give a prosthetic limb life in “Rewired.”

Hour 1 – 05/31/19: Joshua Muravchik

Joshua Muravchik traces the socialist pursuit of “Heaven on Earth” and its inevitable repeated failure, as well as the deceptive voices that are now arising to implement socialism all over again.

Hour 2 – 05/30/19: James Carl Nelson and Rosalind Picard

James Carl Nelson’s “Polar Bear Expedition” retells the courageous campaign for survival as U.S. troops struggled in temperatures sixty-below in Russia during The Great War; MIT Professor Rosalind Picard details her trek from skepticism to Christianity.

Hour 1 – 05/30/19: Pastor Anthony Thompson

After grieving his wife’s murder in the Charleston church mass shooting, Pastor Anthony Thompson reflects on how true biblical love and mercy differ from the way these ideas are reflected in our culture in the book borne from his pain, “Called to Forgive.”

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