Jennifer Lahl, founder and president of the Center for Bioethics and Culture Network, joins the show to talk about the trend of womb surrogacy and selling eggs.
Reggie Littlejohn, founder and president of Women's Rights Without Frontiers, joins the show to discuss the recent change in China's one child policy.
Abigail Disney, grandniece of Walt Disney, discusses her provocative new film, Armor of Light. Joining Eric and Abigail is Reverend Rob Schenck, the subject of the movie and a clergyman to top-ranking DC political figures.
Grammy-nominated Christian singer Natalie Grant closes the week by talking with Eric about her upcoming album, Be One.
John Zmirak, editor at The Stream, gives a rundown of Wednesday's presidential debate and presents an analysis of the evening.
In the show’s second hour, Eric takes calls from listeners, fielding comments and questions on everything from the GOP debate to the show itself.
Heavy Lifting author Cam Edwards tells men it’s time to grow up.
Hip-hop/rap talent Andy Mineo comes by the studio with his crew and talks about his latest album, Uncomfortable. Eric gains some mad street cred in the process and is dubbed 'Easy E' - Fo realz yo.
King's College First Lady and V.P. Dr. Kimberly Thornbury shares her miracle from Eric’s book, Miracles.
John Burke, author of Imagine Heaven, the #1 book in the country, speaks about near-death experiences as described in the book.
Reggie Littlejohn, founder and president of Women’s Rights Without Frontiers, speaks about her work to expose and oppose forced abortion, gendercide and sexual slavery in China.
Astronomer and best-selling author Hugh Ross travels the globe speaking on the compatibility of advancing scientific discoveries with the timeless truths of Christianity. He talks to Eric about his organization, Reasons to Believe, which is dedicated to demonstrating, via a variety of resources and events, that science and biblical faith are allies, not enemies.