The Veritas Movement


Happy Labor Day weekend for everyone living in the U.S. For all the rest it’s just another weekend.

Despite claims of tolerance and diversity, college campuses have been bastions of politically-correct speech, tolerating only its own belief system. But increasing numbers of students want the field opened up to honest discussion about things that matter. Kelly Monroe Kullberg (, is author of “Finding God Beyond Harvard,” and she details the decade-old history of the Veritas movement.

Then we invite Chuck Missler ( back for an explanation of how end-times eschatology in different Christian churches affects how those churches view Israel and world events and how some theology in the past has led to anti-Semitism.

John does an extended boralogue continuing the mini-series on the Bill of Rights. Today he examines the Fifth Amendment to the Constitution, its origins and why it’s important.


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