Join us for a full hour of news and views. We start with some of the stories making headlines and then turn to a conversation on the impact of chemical abortions. What happens post-Roe? Will women feel regret? Who cares for them if something goes wrong? We will also discuss the legal ramifications of forcing doctors to perform abortions under the legal guise of “discrimination”. Don’t miss this thought-provoking hour of radio.
Here's the truth: The devil can't beat you on even ground. So, he creeps his way into your mind, weaving words and situations into lies you take as truth: I'm a failure. Something's wrong with me. God's mad at me. Nobody cares about me. These devil-crafted lies create the emotional, psychological, and spiritual conflicts that rob you of your God-given purpose. Yet you can win these battles. Join us to learn the biblical tools you need to recognize the sour, subtle voice of the Accuser. Once you do, you will see his toxic thought patterns and destructive lies for the slander they are. And you will say with unshakable confidence and courage: "Shut up, devil!"
Michael New, Ph.D. is a Visiting Assistant Professor of Political Science and Social Research at The Catholic University of America, as well as an Associate Scholar at the Charlotte Lozier Institute. Additionally, he is a Fellow with the Witherspoon Institute, Princeton, New Jersey. Dr. New has both a Ph.D. in Political Science and a Master’s Degree in Statistics from Stanford University. He has served as a post-doctoral fellow at the Harvard-MIT data center and a lecturer at the University of Massachusetts, Boston. His articles have appeared in various peer-reviewed journals, three of which have examined the impact of state-level abortion legislation.
Elizabeth Kirk, J.D. is the Director of the Center for Law and the Human Person and a research associate at the Columbus School of Law at The Catholic University of America. She writes and speaks on matters pertaining to the family in law, policy and the Catholic moral and intellectual tradition, and has a special interest in adoption law and policy. She also provides strategic guidance, such as legislative analysis, on related matters to policy leaders and legislators. Her work has appeared in various publications including Public Discourse, First Things, National Review Online, The National Catholic Register, The Washington Examiner and Aleteia. She has been a guest on various radio & TV programs.
Kyle Winkler is a practical Bible teacher, author and creator of the popular Shut Up, Devil app. He holds a Master of Divinity in Biblical Studies. Through his teachings, Kyle is known for using his own story of growing up scarred with the sharp rejection and loneliness of being misunderstood by most around him to boast in the power of God’s Word. Kyle been featured in media throughout the world, including TBN’s Praise the Lord, 700 Club Interactive, Sid Roth’s It’s Supernatural! and Glenn Beck’s The Blaze.