Interview program on politics, culture, and faith hosted by author Derek P. Gilbert.
GOD PROMISED to bless those who bless Israel. There is no better way to bless the people of Israel than by working to share the good news of Messiah. Ted Vanlandeghem is the Director of Partner Relations for Maoz Israel, one of the first ministries to reach out to the Jewish people in Israel with the good news of the gospel.
IT SOUNDS like something from a Hollywood film, but it’s real—and if our guest tonight has truly deciphered it, this artifact could be world-changing. Jim Barfield, director of the Copper Scroll Project explains why the Copper Scroll is so important and what kind of secrets it may reveal.
Zach Drew, host of The Zach Drew Show, rejoins us to discuss the information coming from China (or lack thereof), why we should prepare for an economic shock, and some of the theories that have been floated about whether this virus escaped (or was released) from a lab.
BEING A warrior for Christ doesn’t necessarily mean fighting. Jamie Walden, a Marine Corps veteran, discusses his book Omega Dynamics and explains why a warrior spirit is not the same thing as being a soldier.
MOST AMERICAN Christians are Christians in name only. Preston and Kelly Condra, founders of Sufficient Word Ministries, discuss the simplicity of the gospel—and why sharing it doesn’t have to be scary.
IN TODAY’S scientistic, naturalistic world, why would a serious scholar of biblical theology endorse the idea that angels literally procreated with human women to produce giants? Tim Chaffey, author of Fallen: The Sons of God and the Nephilim, explains why a Christian apologist chose to defend the minority view of Genesis 6:1-4.