In a lively discussion with Eric, Oxford math professor John Lennox asks -- and answers -- a very important question contained in his upcoming new book: "Can Science Explain Everything?"
Bill O'Reilly opines about the sorry state of journalism and politics today (encore presentation); then, Joel VanderSpek of Christian Solidarity International, shares the dire need to help enslaved Christians the world over.
Young Americans in the ‘60s and ‘70s rejected the Christianity of their parents. In the book "Jesus Revolution," Pastor Greg Laurie shows how God transformed this generation of hippies into believers.
David Bahnsen returns for a second hour, continuing the conversation on morality, economics and his latest book, “Crisis of Responsibility: Our Cultural Addiction to Blame and How You Can Cure it.”
Jennifer Lahl from The Center for Bioethics and Culture Network exposes the distortion in the field of fertility medicine with the release of the documentary, "#BigFertility: It's All About the Money."
Wealth-management expert David Bahnsen stops by to talk all things economics and morality, using ideas from his book, "Crisis of Responsibility: Our Cultural Addiction to Blame and How You Can Cure it."
Bill O’Reilly joins the show to talk about “Killing the SS,” and comments on the downward spiral of journalism and politics; then, Edward Sri shares potent insights from “Rethinking Mary.”
A minister and an author, Daniel Zelli and Katherine Ruonala, are in the studio to discuss their efforts to share the Gospel in Vietnam.
Diamond and Silk are back to impart their unique political perspective on the current state of America; then, Big Bad John Zmirak weighs in with thoughts about the caravan… and more!
Author and reality television star from Duck Dynasty, Sadie Robertson, joins the show with her mom, Korie, to share her partnership with World Vision for Giving Tuesday.
In this Fun Facts Friday encore from Thanksgiving 2016, Eric and Albin explore the history of a number of songs we associate with Christmas that were, surprisingly, written for Thanksgiving. (Encore Presentation)
Pastor of Times Square Church, Carter Conlon, has an important conversation with Eric about what is most needed in today's topsy-turvy world, talking about his book, "It's Time to Pray."