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May 20

Bridging Divides with Bishop Jim Lowe: Faith, History, and the Battle for America's Soul

As we tread the lines where faith meets the societal fabric, we we look at how today's turbulent times can be cured with the immutable truths of the Bible, the wisdom of history, and the guiding principles of our Constitution. Joining us is Bishop Jim Lowe, whose experiences during the Civil Rights Movement and the Birmingham bombing illuminate our conversation with an undeniable glow of resilience and unity. His riveting story, one of transcending hate with love and faith, echoes throughout our discussion, reinforcing our shared vision of cementing a strong foundation for the generations to come. Amid a nation experiencing an identity crisis, we confront the silent void where American flags once waved on college campuses, and we grapple with the fading echoes of our historical struggles. The critique of Israel, the erosion of our founding principles, and the emergence of a two-tier justice system prompt us to weigh the scales of social justice against those of biblical justice. Bishop Lowe's insights challenge us to consider the enduring importance of truth as the bedrock of our society, while we ponder the potential repercussions of straying from these core values. Finally, we acknowledge the critical role of pastors and faith leaders, who, like the influential figures of bygone eras, wield the power to shape politics and culture. Bishop Lowe's dynamic engagement with legislators through the Alabama Policy Institute serves as an emblematic example of the transformative influence these leaders can exert. As we engage with the creeping shadows of socialism threatening freedom of speech in America, we underscore the urgency for resources and support for the steadfast, who dare to stand strong against the tides of societal pressure. Support the Show.

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About WallBuilders Live!

WallBuilders Live! is the daily, half-hour program of David Barton, founder and president of WallBuilders. David is a nationally known Christian author and historian. Together with co-host Rick Green, WallBuilders Live! meets at the intersection of faith and politics, capturing the ideas of America’s Founding Fathers and applying them to the news and issues of today.

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Defending Constitutional Integrity on Foundations of Freedom Thursday

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Wednesday, June 19

Will America Stand Strong with Israel?

Today we bring a compelling discussion on how a biblical, historical, and constitutional perspective is essential in shaping our communities, particularly through family values and local engagement. We're joined by Congressman Josh Brecheen, who shares his powerful insights on the current U. S. administration's policy towards Israel, emphasizing the critical need for unwavering support. Brecheen's perspective sheds light on the polarizing political stances within Congress and the dangerous rise of anti-Semitism, making for an eye-opening conversation. Through historical parallels and a biblical worldview, we explore the complexities surrounding political support for Israel and the contrasting secular progressive viewpoints on issues like the sanctity of life and gender. Congressman Brecheen condemns the pro-Hamas narrative and discusses the security challenges Israel faces, backed by real-life accounts from Israeli reservists. Together, we stress the importance of steadfast faith and a biblical approach in navigating these complex societal issues, providing listeners with thought-provoking insights and a call to action. Support the Show.

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