Airing weekdays since its debut in March is a new radio program featuring Dr. Richard Land, President of Southern Evangelical Seminary (SES) in Charlotte, NC.
In the two-minute national radio program, Bringing Every Thought Captive, Dr. Land takes his pastor’s heart and Ivy League mind to address current events, attention-grabbing headlines, and hot-button issues from the perspective of the Christian faith.
“Southern Evangelical Seminary’s first and foremost charge is to help shape young minds into intelligent apologists who can defend their faith in society,” commented Dr. Land in speaking about the importance of the new program. “And bringing every thought captive, as commanded in 2 Corinthians 10:5, is the basis of apologetics – taking every thought and observation we have in today’s world and seeing it through the lens of a biblical worldview.”
Currently, Bringing Every Thought Captive airs on WHVN 1240 AM and 104.3 FM in Charlotte at 8:25 a.m. ET, immediately following Back to the Bible, as well as WCGC Radio 1270 AM in Belmont, NC, and WTIX-AM 1410 in Concord, NC. It re-airs at 5:55 p.m. following Love Worth Finding.
The program is also streamed online at HeavenRadio.org, podcast daily on the free SES mobile app, and aired nationally on American Family Radio’s 200 stations at 1:20 PM ET (music stations) and at 2:30 PM ET (talk stations).
“When Dr. Land addresses the controversial issues of our day, he not only says the right things, but has a gift for saying them in the right way,” remarked NRB President & CEO Dr. Jerry A. Johnson. “I’m happy to hear his distinct voice again.”
For a complete listing of stations or to download the free mobile app, listeners can go to www.ses.edu.
Any stations interested in carrying this thought-provoking program can contact Hamilton Strategies at (610) 584-1096 or email@example.com.
“We look forward to giving listeners – young and mature alike – a chance to think about everyday topics in a new way through this daily radio commentary,” expressed Dr. Land.
Published: June 5 , 2014