John Eidsmoe is a constitutional attorney, law professor, and an author of many books, including a new series published by Nordskog called Historical and Theological Foundations of Law, Volumes 1-III. John Eidsmoe joins Jerry Newcombe on Vocal Point to discuss how important law is and how significant have been the Judeo-Christian contributions to the law, worldwide. www.morallaw.org

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Dr. Peter Lillback is the president of Westminster Theological Seminary in Philadelphia. He teamed up with Jerry Newcombe in 2006 and together they produced the 1200-page volume, George Washington’s Sacred Fire, which ended up becoming a bestselling book. Peter Lillback joins Jerry Newcombe on Vocal Point to discuss George Washington’s church-going habits. @peterlillback www.providenceforum.org

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In the Equal Access Act case of 1990 (known as the Mergens case), the Supreme Court ruled that if a high school allows extra-curricular clubs, such as the chess club or the debate club, they also have to allow religious clubs, if someone wants to start one. In Pennsylvania, a school is discriminating against a pro-life club that some students want to start in their school. Jocelyn Floyd, special counsel with the Thomas More Society, joins Jerry Newcombe on Vocal Point, to discuss this case. www.thomasmoresociety.org

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Robert Spencer is a best-selling author on all things Islamic, including The Complete Infidel’s Guide to Iran.” Robert Spencer joins Jerry Newcombe on Vocal Point to discuss the tragic bombing at the Manchester, England concert on the night of May 22. Why are there so many jihadist attacks lately and what can we do about them? And why are children sometimes being targeted, as was the case in Manchester? His twitter handle is @jihadwatchRS and website is  www.jihadwatch.org

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