Lindsay Wagner has a positively bionic interview with Eric when she discusses her role in the new “Samson” movie; then, it’s a truncated version of Fun Facts Friday!
The fascinating world of biblical archaeology is examined when writer, radio host, and investigator Gordon Govier shares his research.
Cynthia Garrett is in the studio with Eric to discuss her fascinating career and her revealing book, “Prodigal Daughter: A Journey Home to Identity.”
“Media Madness” is all the rage and the author of the book by the same name, Howard Kurtz, has a spirited discussion with Eric when he stops by the studio.
David Brody stops by the studio to trade stories with Eric, the man who wrote the forward to his newest book, “The Faith of Donald J. Trump.”
Todd Wilson strongly suggests that evangelicals retrieve the historic biblical tradition and teachings on sexuality in his book, “Mere Sexuality: Rediscovering the Christian Vision of Sexuality.”
Patricia Heaton stops by the studio to discuss her stellar career in Hollywood, AND her delicious new cookbook, "Patricia Heaton's Food for Family and Friends"… plus, Eric reads fan mail!
Rev. John Rankin continues his in-studio discussion with Eric about his weighty study, “The Six Pillars of Biblical Power: Real Theology for the Grass Roots.”
Miracle Mondays focuses on the power of prayer when Eric interviews Susie Larson, author of “Your Powerful Prayers: Reaching the Heart of God with a Bold and Humble Faith.”
The Reverend John Rankin returns to the studio to talk with Eric about his probing and important work, “The Six Pillars of Biblical Power: Real Theology for the Grass Roots” (Encore Presentation).
Doug Stanton, author of the book on which the recent movie "12 Strong" is based, talks about the extraordinary events that he researched to bring the story to life.
Nate Collins covers a touchy subject with Eric when he talks about “All But Invisible: Exploring Identity Questions at the Intersection of Faith, Gender, and Sexuality.”