International evangelist Ravi Zacharias discloses with Eric Metaxas how personal tragedy as a teenager led to encountering Jesus and his subsequent promise to God to "leave no stone unturned in pursuit of truth."
Brian From and Ian Simkins of the Common Good with Editor and Chief of Christianity Today Mark Galli joins the show to discuss his essay series titled “The Elusive Presence”. He hits on the points of reanalyzing American Christianity and what our purpose in the world is. What is the mission and purpose of the Christian?
In this special hour edition, Eric Metaxas speaks with Indian scholar Vishal Mangalwadi about his book titled, “This Book Changed Everything.” They look at how it shaped the idea of democracy and the notions of leadership, how we are indebted to the Bible for our for civility in this cooperative endeavor of democracy, as well as how the Bible shaped the very idea of a nation and America as a nation vis a vis an empire. Metaxas and Mangalwadi finish out the show by discussing how the Bible shaped the West’s idea of what it means to be human.
Eric Metaxas invites Senator Mike Lee to share from his book “Our Lost Declaration.” Senator Lee urges American leaders to rediscover the Declaration of Independence and what has made the United States so special—the distinctly American belief in the dignity of every human soul.
In this special Independence Day edition, Craig Roberts turns to Rod Gragg, the author of "By the Hand of Providence," to share about the role of faith in our nation's founding and the revolution that started it all.
Frank Sontag laments at how the state of California is begging women to come to the state for abortions. He also shares from his heart the healing the country and the Church needs to deal with problems like pornography and sex trafficking.