Government: radio

Adam Carrington discusses the Constitution and changes.

The Dangers of Breaking From Our Constitution

 Dr. Adam Carrington, assistant professor of politics at Hillsdale College’s Graduate School of Statesmanship, unpacks the recent trend of states passing legislation to READ
Abby Johnson discusses Unplanned

The Woman Who Inspired “Unplanned”

 Abby Johnson, the former Planned Parenthood Clinic Director whose story of transformation and redemption is featured on screen in the film Unplanned, now READ
Alexandra McPhee discuses religious tests

No Clause For Religious Tests

 Alexandra McPhee, attorney and Director of Religious Freedom Advocacy for Family Research Council. McPhee discusses her recent publication, “Rebels Without a Clause: When READ
Miriam Cobb discusses aging out of the foster care system

Reframing Foster Care to Independence

Miriam Cobb, founder and director of The Empty Frames Initiative, discusses how Empty Frames reaches out to young people who are aging out of READ
Steve Aden discusses anti-life legislation and the life list

Unmasking the Pro-Abortion Agenda

Steven Aden, chief legal officer and general counsel for Americans United for Life (AUL), one of the country’s preeminent pro-life legal organizations, discusses recent READ
Russell Moore discusses Christians, racism, and family

The Cross and the Storm-Tossed Family

Dr. Russell Moore, President of the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission of the Southeastern Baptist Convention, and the author of Christianity Today’s 2019 Book READ
Skip Stam talks about pro-life politics and the legislative session

Expert Insight Into NC’s Upcoming Legislative Session

This week on Family Policy Matters, NC Family is pleased to bring you a special look into one of our Cornerstone Community calls. Our READ
Frank Moncher discusses assisted suicide

Faith Amidst Suffering

Dr. Frank Moncher, a clinical psychologist and consultant for the Diocese of Arlington, VA and Catholic Charities USA, speaks to the struggles many adults READ
Bruce Ashford discusses the Christian faith and public life, church and state

Religion Is Not Like A Coat, Part 2

Dr. Bruce Ashford, a provost and professor of theology and culture at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, discusses the relationship between Church and state, and READ
Bruce Ashford discusses the Christian faith and public life, church and state

Religion Is Not Like A Coat, Part 1

Dr. Bruce Ashford, a provost and professor of theology and culture at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, discusses the relationship between Church and state, and READ
Mitch Kokai discusses North Carolina's new amendments

North Carolina’s Four New Constitutional Amendments

Mitch Kokai, a senior political analyst at the John Locke Foundation, one of North Carolina’s preeminent conservative research organizations and public policy think tanks READ
Wesley Smith discusses assisted suicide and bioethics

Canada’s New Culture of Death

Wesley Smith, an author and a senior fellow at the Discovery Institute’s Center on Human Exceptionalism, discusses bioethics, particularly related to end of life READ
Daniel Darling discusses new book The Dignity Revolution: Reclaiming God’s Rich Vision for Humanity

The Dignity Revolution: Reclaiming God’s Rich Vision For Humanity

Daniel Darling, Vice President for Communications at the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention, discusses his new book, The Dignity READ
Tyson Langhofer discusses freedom of speech

Protecting Free Speech On College Campuses

This week, we will be airing an inspiring speech by Tyson Langhofer, Senior Counsel with Alliance Defending Freedom and Director of ADF’s Center for READ
Bruce Ashford discusses the Christian faith and public life, church and state

How The Christian Faith Can Contribute To The Common Good

Bruce Ashford, Provost and Professor of Theology and Culture at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, discusses how Christianity applies to the many facets of public READ

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