•   Another Memorial Day has come and gone. Interestingly, President Obama just visited Vietnam to help solidify our formerly strained relations. The Vietnam War still brings up many painful memories for those who served. No doubt it all turned out tragically, but there is a side of that war we rarely hear about—and that is, […]

  • The son of Madalyn Murray O’Hair—at one time, America’s best-known atheist—Bill Murray grew up to become a born again Christian. He fights for religious liberty. He wrote the best-selling classic, My Life Without God. Now, for wnd books, he’s written Utopian Path to Hell. He joins Jerry Newcombe to comment on socialism, with many remarks […]

  • Bestselling author and speaker Bill Federer joins Jerry Newcombe to discuss one of his lesser known books, which provides three secular reasons why America should remain as one nation under God. www.americanminute.com

  • Confusion over gender identity is a mark of our time. Walt Heyer has a unique perspective on this. He once felt that he was a woman trapped in a man’s body, so he had a bodily makeover. In his book, A Transgender’s Faith, he writes, “The surgeon’s knife and resulting amputation had not changed me […]

  • Dr. Richard Weikart, the author of the book, From Darwin to Hitler, is a history professor in the California state university system. Dr. Weikart joins Jerry Newcombe to discuss his latest book, The Death of Humanity. www.regnery.com/books/the-death-of-humanity/

  • God is using the D. James Kennedy Center for Christian Statesmanship in Washington, DC to help spread the gospel. The directors of the Center have been Dr. Frank Wright (1995-2003) and George Roller (2003-2015). Today, the Center is led by former U.S. Congressman John Hostettler of Indiana. Initially founded by Coral Ridge Ministries, the Center is […]

  • The American Civil Liberties Union (the ACLU) has been called the Anti-Christian Litigation Unit, and no wonder—they always seem to be at war with the laws of nature and of nature’s God. On this program, Dr. Frank Wright interviews Jordan Lorence of the Alliance Defending Freedom (which crosses swords with the ACLU), then comes Dr. […]

  • This is a nation founded for religious liberty. But woe to you—if you disagree with the prevailing politically correct ethos, for example, on the issue of same-sex marriage. On Truths that Transform, Dr. Frank Wright interviews Kim Davis, then comes Dr. D. James Kennedy on “Reclaiming America for Christ,” followed by a segment on the […]

  • Religious liberty is at risk in our time. Here comes a program on the topic in general, including an update on the attack on Sweet Cakes by Melissa because they in good conscience could not celebrate a same-sex union. This segment includes Melissa and Aaron Klein and their attorney, Jeremy Dys of First Liberty Institute. [Note: this […]

  • Dr. Jason Peters of the Voice of the Martyrs joins Dr. Frank Wright to discuss anti-Christian persecution, then comes a sermonette from Dr. D. James Kennedy. Then comes a feature I produced on an overview of the persecution of Christians around the world. A leading guest for this segment is Todd Nettleton of the Voice […]

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