Show Category - Education

Hour 1 – 08/07/20: Louis Markos

The “Ancient Voices” of classical Greece come alive in Eric’s interview with historian Louis Markos; the discussion also focuses on the historical relevance of today’s political climate.

Hour 2 – 07/31/20: John Lennox

Dr. John Lennox, Oxford professor of mathematics, discusses his book addressing the question, “Where is God in a Coronavirus World?” And Tyson Langhofer from the Alliance Defending Freedom provides an important Free Speech update.

Hour 1 – 07/24/20: David and Tim Barton

David Barton and his son Tim have written a new book to help set the record straight on the founding of this country, “The American Story: The Beginnings,” and present the facts in a fun and lively discussion.

Hour 2 – 07/20/20: Bevelyn Beatty

Bevelyn Beatty made national headlines by painting over Black Lives Matter street graffiti while declaring “Jesus Matters” — Eric gets her powerful story in an interview that you won’t want to miss.

Hour 1 – 07/20/20: Larry Taunton

Larry Taunton is back to share an important “open letter” that addresses our current political crisis and that Larry and Eric feel needs to get into the hands of pastors across the nation.

Hour 1 – 07/17/20: James Rasenberger

Samuel Colt changed America when he invented the six-shooter, and James Rasenberger tells the history and fascinating story of Colt and his invention in his newest book, “Revolver.”

Hour 1 – 07/16/20: Bob Woodson

Bob Woodson from the Woodson Center and shares a positive message of inner-city efforts to take back control of neighborhoods for families and peace-loving citizens.

Hour 1 – 07/15/20: Arthur Brooks

Harvard professor Arthur Brooks clears up some of the confusion surrounding the phrase, “Love thy enemies,” and also explains the film project in which he’s involved, “Fishing with Dynamite.”

Hour 1 – 07/09/20: Robert R. Reilly

Robert R. Reilly, senior fellow at the American Foreign Policy Council, takes a look at the unique greatness of this country, and the push to fundamentally transform it, with a defense of the founding presented in his book, “America on Trial.”

Hour 1 – 07/08/20: Ethan Gutmann

Investigative journalist Ethan Gutmann exposes the horrific practices of the Chinese government which blatantly disregards human rights, including live-harvesting of organs from religious and political dissidents — and, how are American companies reacting?

Hour 1 – 07/07/20: Nicholas Basbanes

Nicholas Basbanes has written a fascinating biography of one of Eric’s favorite authors, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, and brings out engaging stories from his book, “Cross of Snow.”

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September 2021
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