On this special Christmas episode of Apologia TV we talk about the faith of Charles M. Schulz and how he incorporated faith into his beloved comic strip, Peanuts. How did he manage to get Linus to say what he said on National TV? Was it as easy as one would have thought?
On this episode of Apologia TV we talk with Creation Scientist and Professor Tom Hennigan about why it is that animals are just so stinking cute. Could cat videos on YouTube just be evidence for God’s creation?
On this episode Darren Doane talks about his new movie They Grow Up Fast. He discusses why he made the movie, what being a good father really means and gives us some insight into what to expect from him in the future.
On this After Show we discuss Stop and Frisk and the Biblical view of justice with Gabriel Rench, the host of CrossPolitic Show and Podcast. The Audio of this week’s show can be found on the regular Apologia Radio broadcast #186. Click here to listen.
On this episode of Apologia TV we sit down with Les Riley to discuss the amazing work of The Morning Center. The Morning Center is a full service maternity hospital located in Memphis, TN that exists to help mothers who have chosen life have full service, gospel centered maternity care free of charge.
On this episode of Apologia TV DA TRUTH joins us to discuss his latest album, his friendship with Ravi Zacharias and the importance of Apologetics! Stay tune for the After Show with Da Truth, it drops later this week!
We were privileged to have former Libertarian presidential candidate Austin Petersen on our show to discuss how secularism and libertarianism are compatible with each other. Instead of doing an after show we decided to just to an extended last segment and combine them as one.
Ray Comfort joins us to discuss his newest movie The Atheist Delusion!
On this episode of Apologia TV we discuss the President of NARAL Ilyse Hogue’s address before the DNC. We then play the most vile thing we have ever played on Apologia Radio or TV, the Sextina Aquafina – Get Dat Fetus, Kill Dat Fetus song. WARNING: Not appropriate for little homeschoolers.
On this episode of Apologia TV we interview Aaron and Melissa whose business was shutdown by homosexual activists because they refused to bake a cake for a homosexual couple.