Christians in the 21st century face the unique challenge of defending a worldview constantly under attack from the media, academia, the entertainment industry, and the judiciary. But are there good reasons to believe that Christianity is true? Dr. Craig Hazen of Biola University joins Jonathon Van Maren to explain why there is.
Iben Thranholm examines political and social events with focus on their religious aspects, significance and moral implications. She is one of Denmark’s most widely read columnists on such matters. Thranholm is a former editor and radio host at the Danish Broadcasting Corporation (DR), at which she created a religious news program that set a new…
Dr. Daniel K. Williams is a history professor and the author of “Defenders of the Unborn: The Pro-Life Movement before Roe v. Wade. He joins Jonathon to discuss the history of the pro-life movement in the United States.
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.
Pro-life leader Scott Klusendorf of Life Institute joined Jonathon for a conversation on where the pro-life movement has been, where we’re going, and the challenges that lie ahead.
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.
Canadian Member of Parliament Arnold Viersen has recently put forward a motion in the House of Commons to investigate the impact of sexually violent material. He joins Jonathon Van Maren to talk about what can be accomplished.
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.