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Evangelical pollster and best-selling author George Barna just wrote a new book called, The Days Christians Changed America: How Christian Voters Put Trump in the White House and Redirected America’s Future. Barna talks about how significant was a meeting in NYC of about 1000 evangelical leaders with Donald Trump in June 2016. George Barna joins Jerry Newcombe to discuss the role of Christians in the 2016 election results. www.culturefaith.com

Originally published September 6, 2017

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Eric Scheidler

Eric Scheidler is the director of the Pro-Life Action League. Recently they had a banner day with a banner campaign to unfurl a pro-life message to be seen by 100s of 1000s of commuters in various cities across the country. Scheidler writes: “With reports coming in from teams in more than 50 cities across the United States, we estimate that well over 1,000,000 highway commuters saw our banners reading, ‘Abortion takes a human life.’…Pro-life banners were displayed in all weathers, including heavy rain in several Midwestern cities and extreme heat in the South, with temperatures topping out at 103 degrees in Waco, Texas. Response from the public was quite positive; as the leader in Akron, Ohio, reported: ‘In all my years of doing witnessing, I’ve never heard as many car horns and seen as many thumbs up or waving to us as we did today!’” Eric Scheidler joins Jerry Newcombe to discuss this campaign and other current pro-life concerns. www.prolifeaction.org

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For years, many in our society have taken the word of the Southern Poverty Law Center (the SPLC) as gospel. If they said so-and-so was an extremist of hate or that a certain organization was a supposed “hate group,” then so be it. The problem is that the SPLC has labeled many legitimate Christian ministries and jihad-watchdog groups as supposed “haters.” One of the latter groups is founded by Frank Gaffney, who served in the Reagan Administration. He founded the Center for Security Policy. Recently, the SPLC was sued by another group they called a hate group—a group founded by an ex-radical Muslim. The SPLC settled with him and publically apologized to him and paid him more than $3 million. Frank Gaffney joins Jerry Newcombe to discuss this recent development. www.securefreedom.org

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