Dr. Russell Moore is editor in chief of Christianity Today magazine. During this podcast, he talks with Matt about the dangers of celebrities publicly converting to Christianity. Dr. Moore also talks about Christian nationalism, and the problem of a post-truth church.
Matt Lewis & the News
Before he unveils his election memo, Washington Post columnist Henry Olsen swings by the podcast to give us his predictions.
David Drucker, senior political correspondent for The Washington Examiner, talks about the Republicans vying to replace Trump as the party’s standard bearer in 2024.
Jim Antle, politics editor of The Washington Examiner, talks about the midterm elections in Georgia, Pennsylvania, Ohio, and Arizona. Jim and Matt compare and contrast Herschel Walker and John Fetterman. Among his insights, Jim tells us why Georgia’s special runoff election rules could help or hurt Walker, depending on whether control of the U.S. Senate is still in play after November.
Charlotte Alter, senior correspondent for Time, talks with Matt about John Fetterman’s debate performance, and why vibes matter a lot in politics.
Steve Kornacki, National Political Correspondent for NBC News and MSNBC, joins Matt for a Zoom call with podcast supporters. Topics include what to expect from the midterm elections—and how cable news is preparing for election night.