Phyllis Schlafly, author of “A Choice Not An Echo” and founder of Eagle Forum, reacts to Donald Trump’s call to stop letting Muslims enter the United States and explains how banning Muslim immigration is totally constitutional.
Andrew Hood, director of communications at American Bible Society, discusses 2015’s Teens State of the Bible survey and gives suggestions on how we can help teens become more personally engaged with the Bible so they develop their own relationships with God.
Wendy Patrick, San Diego County Deputy District Attorney and author of Red Flags, discusses why a Christian college recently placed its professor - who wore headscarf - on leave, and examines current presidential candidates to see if they are trustworthy people.
Dr. Ronnie Floyd, president of the Southern Baptist Convention, gives Southern Baptist response to racism, and explains why Christians, and especially pastors, should instigate racial healing in the .US.
Erich Pratt, Director of Communications for Gun Owners of America, talks about numerous gun control calls (including NYT front page op-ed) in the wake of the San Bernardino attack and discusses whether Los Angeles’ schools shut down could have been avoided.
Dr. Gene Getz, author of the Life Essential Study Bible, talks about two principles family tensions, especially during the holidays, and encourages Christians can maintain priorities and serve Christ more effectively
Michael and Lynn Wilder, founders of Ex-Mormon Christians United for Jesus, read from emails they’ve received from folks who have come to know Jesus and share some amazing salvation stories… in order to honor Jesus this Christmas season.
Dr. Sean McDowell, author of The Apologetics Study Bible for Students, discusses the purpose of apologetics and explains how his Study Bible offers direction to students in finding answers to hard questions.