This week I was thrilled to launch my book 7WOMEN.
National Review ran this SUPER fun Q&A with Kathryn Lopez and yours truly almost bickering. Almost!
But this review from the Stream by the brilliant John Zmirak wins the prize. He is an absolutely amazing writer.
I hope you enjoy them. And this week’s radio highlights are below!
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Highlights from this week on The Eric Metaxas Show:
On Tuesday Eric chatted with Joe Loconte, professor of history at The King’s College of NYC about a range of topics including his National Review article about reporter Edward R. Murrow’s reporting on the World War II blitzkrieg and his uncensored CBS radio broadcast from a bombarded London that raised awareness among Americans to the horrors taking place abroad. They explored applications to today and also discussed the Syrian refugee crisis and what can be done to “stop the bleeding at the heart of the East.”
In hour two, the writer of the blockbuster film Braveheart, Randall Wallace, who is also the director of Secretariat, We Were Soldiers, and Heaven is for Real, talked about courage and the themes in his book, Living the Braveheart Life: Finding the Courage to Follow Your Heart.
On Wednesday, speaker and writer Alex McFarland came on to talk about the Kim Davis case and other news from the standpoint of religion and politics. In the second hour, Ken Klukowski of the Senior Counsel for Liberty Institute discussed the legal aspects of the Kim Davis case.
On Friday Eric had another conversation with Rosaria Butterfield, about her conversion from the LGBT lifestyle to Christian faith, and about how the intellectual roots of gender identity go all the way back to Goethe and German Romanticism. Fascinating.
In hour two, Eric spoke with Steven Christoforou (director of Outreach to Young People in the Greek Orthodox Archdioces of America) about 9-11 in NYC fourteen years ago. They also spoke about the restoration of the St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church at Ground Zero, and about the four things they have in common: being born in Astoria, Queens, growing up in the Greek community, their Christian faith, and attending Yale University.