The Show About Everything! The Eric Metaxas Show offers compelling perspective on American culture, political life, and stories making news around the corner and across the globe.Heard on leading radio stations from coast-to-coast, The Eric Metaxas Show taps the unique talent of one of America’s best known authors, commentators, TV personalities and public speakers for radio unlike anything ever heard before: compelling, compassionate and interactive as Eric and his listeners seek answers to life’s toughest questions together.
John Zmirak and Jenna Ellis are both on hand to discuss what has transpired over the weekend regarding the tragic death of George Floyd and the demonstrations, both peaceful and violent, that followed.
In a new installment of "Ask Metaxas," listeners emailed their questions and, with the help of Albin and Chris, Eric provided answers that shed light on his views of everything from politics to culture to faith.
Eric hosts "Not Allowed to Laugh," a special Facebook Live presentation of the free-speech film, "No Safe Spaces," which features Dennis Prager, Adam Carolla, and comedian Karith Foster. (Facebook-Live Encore)
John Zmirak from Stream.org weighs in on Eric's recent Biden tweet and provides thoughtful insight in these politically and culturally challenging times where self-censorship is impacting everything we do.
In light of Facebook's recent decree that PragerU is "fake news," we are re-airing a previous interview with fellow Salem show host Dennis Prager who talks about the suppression of free speech in his movie, “No Safe Spaces.” (Encore Presentation)
Gene Ho, official photographer of Donald Trump’s campaign for the presidency in 2016, is in the studio to share a snapshot of the real man in the Oval Office, captured in his book, “Trumpography.” (Encore Presentation)
The fun continues when Eric, Albin and Chris dive deep into their own personal bunkers and emerge with whatever fits loosely into the Fun Facts Friday cookie cutter, including the connection between the Joker, Frank Gorshin, and Rush Limbaugh's early days in radio!
Kent Heckenlively, co-author with Dr. Judy Mikovits of an extremely controversial book, "Plague of Corruption," joins Eric to unravel some of the complicated problems behind the current pandemic, vaccinations, and the motivation behind many scientists and politicians.
From last July, Eric and Ravi Zacharias conclude their conversation on the relationship between believing in a God of moral truth and the implications of that belief in society at large. (Encore Presentation)
In honor of his passing, we are re-airing an interview from last summer where Ravi Zacharias discloses how personal tragedy as a teenager led to encountering Jesus and his subsequent promise to God to "leave no stone unturned in pursuit of truth." (Encore Presentation)
One of the country’s stellar Supreme Court justices is the subject of director Michael Pack’s newest films coming to PBS next week, “Created Equal: Clarence Thomas in His Own Words.” (Encore Presentation)
Fox & Friends' Brian Kilmeade talks about his "Alamo avengers" book, shares his thoughts about General Flynn and Adam Schiff, and weighs in on the "suffocating" shutdown; plus, John Zmirak describes "the last gasp of NeverTrump Christians."
Matt Whitaker, former acting U.S. Attorney General under President Trump, has the inside scoop on what happened to get the ball rolling on the General Flynn investigation -- and what's on tap going forward.
David Horowitz is upset about a lot of what's going on in the country and as a former hard-core adherent to far-left principles, calls out the hypocrisy of what's passing for Democratic leadership today.
Big Bad John Zmirak just can't seem to stay clear of the bunker -- he's back to answer the question: Why did Gov. Cuomo and other blue-state governors dump elderly Coronavirus patients into nursing homes?
Constitutional law attorney Jenna Ellis returns to the bunker to discuss the push by the Democrats to change election laws across the country and how they’re using the Coronavirus as an excuse to do so.
James Tour, the brilliant synthetic organic chemist and genius in the field of nanoscience, is in the bunker to talk about science, faith, reason -- and the origins of life itself. (Encore Presentation)
Comedienne Victoria Jackson is back in the studio and creates a very unusual poem about an orange butterfly with help from Eric -- plus, accompanies herself with several songs on her ukulele. (Encore Presentation)
Saturday Night Live alumna Victoria Jackson celebrates her birthday with Eric by sharing stories from her early days in show biz, including her encounter with Warren Beatty, and talking about her new movie, "Lost Heart." (Encore Presentation)
Historian and filmmaker Tim Mahoney introduces us to the latest in his “Patterns of Evidence” series, this time exploring the location of Moses and the Israelites’ crossing in “The Red Sea Miracle.” (Encore Presentation)
Actress Diane Ladd reviews her new role in the movie, "Last Full Measure," and her long career in show business, including playing Flo in the 1974 Martin Scorsese film, "Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore."
Mollie Hemingway shares her thoughts about Joe Biden and the accusations against him in light of the Brett Kavanaugh bias, and John Zmirak talks about Gov. Cuomo's "fatal decision" regarding Covid-19 and nursing homes.
John Zmirak continues his discussion of hot topics from Stream.org; then, Michael Farris, president of the Alliance Defending Freedom, talks about what's being done legally to combat Harvard's war on homeschooling.
Candace Owens continues her bunker conversation with Eric, discussing ideas from her new book, "Blackout," and the movement that she founded known as BLEXIT; then, Michael L. Brown talks about Job's faith to challenge God.
Candace Owens makes her first bunker appearance and talks about her role in the film, "No Safe Spaces," as well as the current state of America under lock-down -- and its future after "reopening for business."
Professor Ryan Patrick Hanley looks into Adam Smith not only as the founder of modern economics, but also as a philosopher who expounds on what qualities will develop an “excellent and praiseworthy character.” (Encore Presentation)
Mike Sharrow drops into the studio for an interview recorded before the pandemic to enlighten us about an imaginative new business initiative called The C12 Group that links faith and entrepreneurship.
Can a sure-fire treatment of the opioid addiction already be available? Filmmakers Norman Stone and Owen Fielding talk about this “miraculous” discovery researched in their film, “The Final Fix.” (Encore Presentation)
Friend and fellow Salem radio show host Dennis Prager joins Eric to talk about the suppression of free speech in his new movie, “No Safe Spaces,” with Adam Carolla and Jordan Peterson. (Encore Presentation)
Franklin Graham is in the bunker with a report on Samaritan's Purse and their ministry in Central Park; then, the Benham Brothers have an update on David's arrest last week and the state of free speech in America.
Bradley Thompson illuminates "America's Revolutionary Mind" showing the combination of moral principles and political wisdom that guided a free people in the years leading up to the Declaration of Independence.
Ken Fish of Kingdom Fire Ministries is back from Israel and in the studio for an uplifting look at how miracles are still happening, even in a world filled with fear and uncertainty. (Encore Presentation)
What if you woke up one morning knowing it was your last day on earth? That’s what happened to the thief on the cross, who died a few feet from Jesus. Listen to his Good Friday story, narrated by Stephen Baldwin!
In preparation for a hoppy Easter, the Second Lady and Second Daughter, Karen and Charlotte Pence, share their educational children’s book based on their real-life pet rabbit, “Marlon Bundo's Day in the Nation's Capital.” (Encore Presentation)
Colin Smith talks about his Good Friday special presentation; then, John Zmirak hops back into the bunker with Eric to dissect the effects of the quarantine and loss of freedom during this current Easter season.
Have your slide whistles at the ready... it's an encore presentation of Fun Facts Friday where you'll learn all about the nation's drive towards seat-belt safety in a very musical sort of way! (Encore Presentation)
Krish Dhanam was in the studio a while back and talked about his mentor Zig Ziglar, his ministry work with Ravi Zacharias, and the seminars he leads to help people reach their God-given potential in life.
In this encore program from April 1, 2019, Eric interviews MyPillow.com’s Mike Lindell who shares the story of his battle with cocaine addiction and his remarkable transformation into a multi-million-dollar business owner and philanthropist. (Encore Presentation)
Eric and Chris remember a crazy April Fool's Day radio prank from years back; then, John Zmirak drops into the bunker to take a look at the response by New York's Governor Cuomo and Mayor de Blasio to the Coronavirus.
Greg Laurie tells how a poor boy from Arkansas became the legendary Johnny Cash, and how the troubled musician navigated the rocky road of redemption with the help of an ostrich -- no kiddin'! (Encore Presentation)
Keith Getty joins Eric in the bunker to share his weekly Facebook-Live Family Hymn Sing; then, Thann Bennett of the American Center for Law and Justice focused on how what we do in life reflects upon a "higher power."
Greg Laurie tells how a poor boy from Arkansas became the legendary Johnny Cash, and how the troubled musician navigated the rocky road of redemption -- with the help of an ostrich (no kiddin')! (Encore Presentation)
Katherine Schwarzenegger Pratt brings a powerful message of how forgiveness opens us up to healing, hope and a new world of possibilities, which are part of personal accounts from her book, "The Gift of Forgiveness." (Encore Presentation)
John Zmirak is back in the bunker to talk about the Coronavirus -- is it "nature's revenge"? And, have we been "hoaxed" by the media when it comes to what they allow and don't allow to be "newsworthy"?
The Alliance Defending Freedom is fighting a lot of cases in the courts these days, and Senior Counsel Jeremy Tedesco joins Eric in the bunker to discuss the Southern Poverty Law Center's latest shenanigans.
K.T. McFarland, politically-savvy author of "Revolution: Trump, Washington and We the People," continues her bunker-conversation with Eric, talking about what she sees as hopeful signs for the future of America, post-Corona virus.
Former Trump Deputy National Security Advisor and author of "Revolution: Trump, Washington and We the People" K.T. McFarland is on video with Eric in the bunker to discuss her book and the current political football surrounding the Corona virus.