Eva Schloss is an author, an Auschwitz survivor, and the step-sister of world-famous diarist Anne Frank. She joined Jonathon on The Bridgehead to talk about surviving Auschwitz, life after the war, and what she remembers of a little girl named Anne Frank.
Stephen Woodworth is a Member of Parliament. He joined Jonathon to discuss abortion politics in the House of Commons and in Canada.
Dr. Margaret Somerville is a professor of law and medicine at McGill University. She joined Jonathon to weigh in on the ethics of abortion and euthanasia, and where Canadian culture is at.
Dr. Monica Miller is a long-time pro-life activist in the United States—one of the very first activists, in fact. She recently published a phenomenal book titled Abandoned: The Untold Story of the Abortion Wars. She joined Jonathon to discuss her new book and the history of the pro-life movement.
Dr. Frank McDonough is the author of the book Sophie Scholl: The Woman Who Defied Hitler. He joined Jonathon Van Maren to talk about this inspiring woman and the White Rose.
Adam Hochschild is a journalist, lecturer, and author of Bury the Chains: Prophets and Rebels in the Fight to Free an Empire’s Slaves. He joined Jonathon to discuss the history of abolitionism and what we can learn from it.
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.
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…Details
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.