Alan Sears and Craig Osten describe how President Dwight D. Eisenhower’s faith sustained him through two World Wars, family tragedies, and the challenging decisions of the Oval Office in “The Soul of an American President.”
Dubbed "The pastor of China's underground railroad," Bob Fu relates his suspenseful story of working for the Chinese government by day and pastoring an underground church by night in "God's Double Agent."
Worship leader and Hillsong teaching pastor Nathan Finochio joins Eric to discuss his book “Hearing God,” on how to receive, interpret and apply God’s ways of calling people to live more meaningful lives.
In “First the Jews,” Rabbi Evan Moffic explores the continued resurgence of anti-Semitism by unveiling common misconceptions and narratives about the Jewish people and responding with a redemptive story that overcomes this hatred.
Dr. Marty Makary offers solutions in the debate over the American healthcare system from his book, “The Price We Pay,” and John Zmirak discusses an article critical of Eric and evangelicals who support President Trump.
There’s no question about it—“Bears Want to Kill You.” This mock survival guide by Babylon Bee's Ethan Nicolle tells us why bears never die and delivers the “hard truth” that they’re coming to kill us all. (Encore Presentation)
Psychologist Leonard Sax applies his expertise to explore Adolf Hitler’s heritage, suggesting that the desire to suppress the Jewish aspect of his ancestry may have been the motivation for his animosity toward the Jewish people.
Historians Nancy Isenberg and Andrew Burstein recall the Presidents Adams as independent-minded intellectuals with significant, moral courage who confront the cult of personality in their book, "The Problem of Democracy."
Eric and John Zmirak kick around current events, including what’s behind the case against Jeffrey Epstein; plus a look at how the actions of President Trump keep making the left go further and further off the deep end.
In his latest book, “That Angry Darkness,” Reverend John Rankin shares stories of his experiences in spiritual warfare and how he has increased in wisdom and prayer to find the power to overcome dark forces.
Descendant of the notable abolitionist of the same name, John Rankin is back on the show as the founder of the Emancipation Party, which aims to cut back government overreach and embrace a level playing field for ideas in political debate.