Eric had the honor of being interviewed recently at the Reagan Library and shares insights about his scholarly works and ideas about the current state of America.
Eric's interview at the Reagan Library continues with more thoughts about his books, followed by fielding lively and interesting questions from the audience.
For Thanksgiving, historian William Federer shares stories from "The Treacherous World of the 16th Century & How the Pilgrims Escaped It: The Prequel to America's Freedom."
He wasn't just Honest Abe, he was Funny Abe, as well, and Lincoln's wit and wisdom are explored by British author Richard Carwardine in his new book, "Lincoln's Sense of Humor."
David Bennett makes a studio appearance to talk about the touchy subject of sexual orientation and the choices we make, all part of his new book, "A War of Loves."
The conversation continues with David Bennett, from the Oxford Centre for Christian Apologetics, with in-depth insights gleaned from "A War of Loves."
Dr. Stephen Yoon and his wife Joy drop by the studio to discuss their life and ministry in North Korea and share insight from the book, “Discovering Joy: Ten Years in North Korea.”
Miracle Monday continues with an in-studio visit by Ken Fish of Kingdom Fire Ministries. Ken talks about the dangerous spiritual downside of practicing yoga.
The true facts behind the massacre in Jonestown by Jim Jones and the connection to San Francisco supervisor Harvey Milk are exposed by author Daniel Flynn in his new book, "Cult City."
Tim Dunn, author of "Yellow Balloons," has taken the wisdom he found from personal tragedy and turned it into power for living life above any and all circumstances.
One of Eric's best friends, Markus Spieker, bureau chief of German television, stops by to talk about a variety of topics, some dicey, some just plain entertaining.
Markus Spieker and Eric continue their conversation about "everything," touching on the European reaction to President Trump, his policies, and the EU.