James Herriot, or to use his real name, Alf Wight, is one of the best-loved British authors of all time. Writing autobiographical stories of his days as a vet in the Yorkshire Dales, Herriot captured the hearts of people everywhere. His son Jim Wight worked with him for years, and wrote a memoir of his…
Dr. Francis J. Beckwith, a renowned pro-life philosopher, joins Jonathon Van Maren to discuss good arguments and bad arguments for the pro-life worldview.
Lord Conrad Black joins Jonathon Van Maren to discuss tough-on-crime legislation, the American legal system, and mass incarceration.
Kevin D. Williamson of the National Review joins Jonathon Van Maren to discuss the Trump phenomenon, middle-class white America, celebrity politics, and the future of conservatism.
As he was dying of cancer, notorious atheist Christopher Hitchens turned to a number of his Christian friends for conversation. One of them was Larry Alex Taunton, who he embarked on several road trips with. Larry Taunton joins Jonathon Van Maren to discuss his recently published memoir of his friendship with Christopher Hitchens.
How should Christians interact with literature and art? What should they be reading? Jonathon Van Maren sits down with Dr. Scott Masson and Dr. Bill Friesen to discuss these thing.
Conrad Black joins Jonathon Van Maren to discuss his book Rise to Greatness: A History of Canada from the Vikings to the Present.
Robert P. George of Princeton University, author of the Manhattan Declaration and many books, has been referred to as the leading Christian scholar of our time by the New York Times. He joins Jonathon Van Maren to discuss how we can defend religious freedom in the West.
Lynn Johnston, a Canadian cartoonist, is best known for her newspaper comic strip For Better or For Worse. She was the first woman and first Canadian to win the National Cartoonist Society’s Reuben Award, and has been nominated for a Pulitzer. She joined Jonathon to discuss the world of cartooning, writing, and storytelling.
A hilarious writer who started off at age 12 with This Can’t Be Happening At McDonald Hall, Gordon Korman has since branched out to other genres, including his excellent and popular series’ Everest, Dive, and Island. Korman has written over 85 books and sold over 17 million copies. He joined Jonathon to discuss the life…