Dr. Mark Beliles work as a pastor in Charlottesville, Virginia, where Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello is. Beliles and Jerry Newcombe teamed up together to write a book on the faith of Jefferson, which can be identified in five different phases of his life. Now, Jefferson is becoming a politically incorrect figure. Statues of him are being defaced in his alma mater (William and Mary) and in the college he founded (University of Virginia). Mark Beliles joins Jerry Newcombe to discuss this new trend and the battle over history. www.doubtingthomasbook.com

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