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Monday, January 12, 2015

In the first hour of the show today, Kerby welcomes author James L. Buckley who will chat about his book, Saving Congress from Itself: Emancipating the States and Empowering Their People. In the second hour, authors Dr. Mark A. Beliles and Dr. Jerry Newcombe discuss their book, Doubting Thomas: The Religious Life and Legacy of Thomas Jefferson.

Kerby Anderson
Kerby Anderson
Host, Point of View Radio Talk Show

Kerby Anderson is the President of Probe Ministries and host of Point of View Radio Talk Show. He holds masters degrees from Yale University (science) and Georgetown University (government). He also serves as a visiting professor at Dallas Theological Seminary and has spoken on dozens of university campuses including University of Michigan, Vanderbilt University, Princeton University, Johns Hopkins University, University of Colorado…

James L. Buckley
James L. Buckley was born in New York City in 1923, grew up in rural Connecticut, and received his B.A. from Yale University. Following his service as a naval officer in World War II, he returned to New Haven to secure his law degree. After several years in private practice, he joined a group of small companies engaged in oil exploration abroad. He was elected to the United States Senate in 1970 as the candidate of New York’s Conservative Party. He served as an under secretary of state in the Reagan administration; president of Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty in Munich, Germany; and as a judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit. Buckley retired in 2000 and lives in his hometown of Sharon, Connecticut.
Saving Congress from Itself: Emancipating the States and Empowering Their People
Saving Congress from Itself proposes a single reform: eliminate all federal grants-in-aid to state and local governments. This action would reduce federal spending by over $600 billion a year and have a profound effect on how we govern ourselves. The proliferation of federal grants-in-aid programs is of recent vintage: only about 100 such grants existed before Lyndon Johnson took office, and now they number more than 1,100. Eliminating grants to the states will result in enormous savings in federal and state administrative costs; free states to set their own priorities; and improve the design and implementation of programs now subsidized by Washington by eliminating federal regulations that attend the grants.
Dr. Mark Beliles
Mark A. Beliles is an historian and teacher of American religious culture. He is editor of The Selected Religious Letters and Papers of Thomas Jefferson (America Publications, 2013) that included over 50 Jefferson letters never before seen in print. Beliles earned his Ph.D. from Whitefield Theological Seminary and his dissertation was "Free As the Air"--Churches and Politics in Jefferson's Virginia, 1736-1836. The dissertation and another book in 2014 entitled "Playful in His Closet"--The Complete Religious History of Thomas Jefferson are both available at Beliles has organized, with sponsorship of the Virginia Foundation for the Humanities, several scholarly symposiums held at the University of Virginia on Jefferson and religion that each featured dozens of nationally-known Jefferson scholars and church and state historians.
Dr. Jerry Newcombe
Author, Columnist
Dr. Jerry Newcombe serves as the co-host, a columnist, and a spokesperson for Truth in Action Ministries, founded by the late Dr. D. James Kennedy. Jerry has produced or co-produced more than 60 one hour television specials that have aired nationwide. Jerry is the author or co-author of twenty-four books, at least two of which have been bestsellers, George Washington’s Sacred Fire (with Dr. Peter Lillback) and What If Jesus Had Never Been Born? (with Dr. Kennedy). Jerry has appeared on numerous talk shows as a guest, including Politically Incorrect with Bill Maher (4x), Janet Parshall’s America, Point of View, the Moody radio network, TBN, etc. Jerry hosts a weekly radio program on Christian radio, “GraceFM,”. Jerry resides in South Florida with his family.
Doubting Thomas: The Religious Life and Legacy of Thomas Jefferson
Thomas Jefferson and the founding fathers intended a strict separation of church and state, right? He would have been very upset to find out about a child praying in a public school or a government building used for religious purposes, correct? Actually, the history on this has been very distorted. While Jefferson may seem to be the Patron Saint of the ACLU, his words and actions showed that he would totally disagree with the idea of driving God out of the public square. Doubting Thomas documents that. . . * Jefferson said that our rights come from God. God-given rights are non-negotiables. * At the time that he wrote the Declaration of Independence and the Virginia Statute for Religious Freedom---major contributions to human and religious rights—Jefferson served diligently as a vestryman (like an elder and a deacon rolled into one) for the Episcopal Church.
Was Jefferson Really a Doubting Thomas?

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