Three children under the Swastika

First published in the Times of Israel on September 17, 2013 (Link: I often think that it is difficult for members of Generation Y to fully grasp the reality of the Holocaust and just how recent the geographically sprawling and bloody events actually were. Living in widespread prosperity–almost unprecedented in human history–and possessing attitudes…

Lois Lowry

Lois Lowry

Lois Lowry is the author of dozens of children’s books, including the award-winning Number the Stars as well as The Giver, which was recently made into a film. She joined Jonathon to discuss her book The Giver, how to create great literature, and how literature can impact culture.

Personalized Pornography

The embarrassing political troubles of the unfortunately but aptly named former Congressman Anthony Weiner has catapulted the term “sexting” into cultural consciousness once again, prompting a sudden discussion on what, exactly, “sexting” is—and whether we should be worried about it. Dr. Keith Ablow, FOX News’ psychiatry expert, weighed in with a column entitled “What Weiner’s sexting scandal…

Ted Byfield

Ted Byfield’s career is as varied as it is impressive. He ran The Alberta Report, The BC Report, and The Western Standard, as well as writing books such as The Book of Ted: Epistles of an Unrepentant Redneck and editing The Christian History Project. He’s often credited with pioneering the Reform Party, and coined the…

Leon Leyson

Leon Leyson was the youngest surviving Jew from Oskar Schindler’s famous list. In this interview shortly before he passed away, he recalls what it was like in Europe during the Holocaust, what it was like to work in Schindler’s factory—and what it was like to know the man himself.