Eric continues his free-speech discussion with author Peter Hitchens… how is what’s going on “over there” going to affect what’s going on over here?
Novelist Lisa De Pasquale makes a studio visit and has fun revealing “mysterious circumstances” and characters that populate “I Wish I Might.”
Peter Hitchens, famed author, as well as brother of notable atheist Christopher Hitchens, calls in from “across the pond” to talk free-speech issues with Eric.
As the decision to move the capital of Israel begins to sink in, Eric speaks in-studio with Yael Eckstein, senior vice president of the International Fellowship of Christians and Jews.
Fans, Super Fans, Super-Super Fans and folks who are just plain confused call in and ask Eric’s opinion on the piping hot news of the day.
Eric takes more listener calls… and Salem’s own Kevin McCullough stops by to discuss the current, seemingly myriad plague of sex scandals.
Eric reads his delightful Christmas tale, “Uncle Mugsy and the Terrible Twins of Christmas”… and John Stonestreet reports from Washington, DC, about the pending Supreme Court decision on religious liberty.
Melanie Penn stops into the studios to share her beautiful and imaginative new Christmas album “Immanuel” with Eric.
John Zmirak has a lot to say about fast-moving currents of events as he offers insights from his latest articles at the Stream.org.
Rodney Hart of Teen Challenge hangs out in the studio to talk with Eric about details of the recovery efforts in Puerto Rico and to share some Miracle Monday stories.
Stephen Baldwin continues his in-studio explanation of his new TV show, “Great American Pilgrimage,” and Larry Taunton wraps up what he’s learned after going “Around the World in 80 Days.”
Eric welcomes the Radiance Foundation’s Ryan Bomberger to the studio with a discussion focused on Ryan’s book, “Not Equal: Civil Rights Gone Wrong.”