Janet Mefferd Today
Summary: Podcast by Janet Mefferd Today
How are America's progressive elites abusing their power for the enrichment of themselves, their families and their donors? Peter Schweizer, president fo the Government Accountability Institute, joins me to talk about it and his book, "Profiles in Corruption." Plus: Diarmaid MacCulloch stops by to talk about his book, "Thomas Cromwell: A Revolutionary Life." That and more on Friday's JANET MEFFERD TODAY.
The appointment of a new Woke archbishop in the Church of England is evidence of the triumph of cultural Marxism. We'll find out why from the Rev. Melvin Tinker, senior minister of St. John Newland, Hull, in the UK. Plus: The Military Religious Freedom Foundation is targeting a Christian chaplain's leadership series. We'll get reaction from Mike Berry, general counsel at First Liberty Institute. That and more on Thursday's next JANET MEFFERD TODAY.
How do we navigate the valley of sorrow and find comfort in Jesus Christ? Colin Smith, president of Unlocking the Bible, will join me to talk about it and his book, "For All Who Grieve." Plus: The UK may have left the European Union, but it's clear from its cancellation of appearances by evangelist Franklin Graham that the real master it needs to shed is Big Gay. I'll explain why on Wednesday's JANET MEFFERD TODAY.
How do we return to our first love, Jesus Christ? I'll talk it over with Dr. Tom Phillips, vice president of The Billy Graham Evangelistic Association and author of the book, "Ignite Your Passion for Jesus: Your Guide to Experience Personal Revival." Plus: A new Southern Baptist small-group curriculum focuses on "The Church and the Racial Divide." But is this just another means of pushing Critical Race Theory? You'll hear what some of the editors had to say about it. That's on the Tuesday's edition of JANET MEFFERD TODAY.
The beloved children's TV show "Sesame Street" has announced it will feature an appearance by a cross-dressing LGBT activist. Is there any remaining doubt that sexual radicals want our children's hearts and minds? I'll talk about it. And women across America will unite in prayer on Feb. 15 during the She Loves Out Loud event. President and organizer Diane Strack joins me to share the details. Plus: How can we make and keep relationships that matter? Radio host and author Kim Wier stops by to discuss her book, "The Art of Friendship." That's on Monday's JANET MEFFERD TODAY.
With the push for social justice and Critical Theory at college campuses, intellectual diversity is dying. Can it be revived? Dr. Corey Miller, CEO of Ratio Christi, will be tackling that question with an atheist professor at some upcoming campus events; he'll join me to talk about it. Plus: Nigel Farage's Brexit speech at the EU highlights the importance of keeping America sovereign and free, especially in light of new videos exposing Bernie Sanders' campaign field organizers as radical revolutionary sympathizers. We'll discuss that and more on Friday's JANET MEFFERD TODAY.
In training up our children the way they should go, how many of us mothers consider our duty to train them in Christian apologetics? I'll talk it over with Hillary Morgan Ferrer, author of "Mama Bear Apologetics." Plus: Drag queens are making their Super Bowl ad debut this weekend, while New York preschoolers will now be instructed on transgender and "queer" rights. I'll share my thoughts on that and more on Thursday's JANET MEFFERD TODAY.
The Book of Exodus recounts one of the biggest miracles in the entire Bible: the parting of the Red Sea. What does modern evidence show us about where and how God dramatically saved the Israelities from the pursuing Egyptian Army? Timothy Mahoney, director of the new film, "Patterns of Evidence: The Red Sea Miracle," joins me to talk about it. Plus: A progressive worship leader has released a song shaming conservative Trump voters, under the guise of a "hymn." We'll talk about that and more on Wednesday's JANET MEFFERD TODAY.
A recent Barna survey showed that nearly half of young adults who have some kind of tie to Christianity believe the Church can't answer their questions. How can Christians better prepare for the queries? Dr. Doug Potter, assistant professor of apologetics and theology at Southern Evangelical Seminary, joins me to offer his thoughts. Plus: Even pro-life Democrats are finding themselves shocked by the abortion radicalism of Pete Buttigieg. I'll explain why on Tuesday's JANET MEFFERD TODAY.
Many empires have risen and fallen, yet the average length of a nation's greatness has only been 250 years. What should that tell us about the future of the United States? Nationally syndicated columnist Cal Thomas joins me to talk about it and his book, "America's Expiration Date." Plus: I'll give you my thoughts on the March for Life and the reaction to the historic appearance of President Trump. That and more on Monday's JANET MEFFERD TODAY.
Many people over the years have referred to America as a miracle - a nation guided by Divine Providence. But what are some of the individual miracles that have helped shape our great nation along the way? Author and historian William J. Federer joins Janet to talk about it and his book, "Miracles in American History, Vol. 2: Amazing Faith that Shaped a Nation." Plus: Katy Faust, founder of the children's rights organization Them Before Us, explains why Washington state lawmakers care more about females in business than they do about females in the home. That and more on Friday's JANET MEFFERD TODAY.
Why is Europe turning a blind eye to the overwhelming reason for the continent's ever-growing and deadly antisemitism: the religion of Islam? I'll talk it over with Islamic scholar Dr. Andrew Bostom, author of "The Legacy of Islamic Antisemitism." Plus: White evangelicals continue to take a media beating for widely opposing more refugee resettlement. I'll show you why the opposition makes complete sense. That and more on Thursday's JANET MEFFERD TODAY.
On this Roe v. Wade decision anniversary, there is still much work to do to save human lives, and the Susan B. Anthony List has some big plans to help get out the pro-life vote. We'll get the latest from national spokeswoman Mallory Quigley. Plus: How should Christian parents respond when their child announces, "I'm gay?" Pastoral counselor Joe Dallas discusses that and other cultural challenges we face in a post-Obergefell world. That and more on Wednesday's JANET MEFFERD TODAY.
America is more divided today than perhaps ever before. Could it be time for a national breakup? Frank Buckley, foundation professor at George Mason University's Scalia School of Law, joins me to talk about it and his book, "American Secession." Plus: Why won't Democrats support moves to protect children from sex-change surgeries or to protect women from competing against gender-confused men in sports? We'll discuss that and more on Tuesday's JANET MEFFERD TODAY.
What happens when a Christian neurosurgeon gains a personal perspective on death and what it means to trust God? Dr. W. Lee Warren tells his story from his new book, "I've Seen the End of You: A Neurosurgeon's Look at Faith, Doubt and the Things We Think We Know." Plus: Where are the worst countries for Christians? We'll talk about the latest World Watch List from Open Doors USA on Monday's JANET MEFFERD TODAY.