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May 09, 2024

In this week's episode of Defending Faith, Family, and Freedom with Gary Bauer, senior vice president of public policy at the James Dobson Family Institute, Bauer discusses the Washington Post's recent hit job on the National Day of Prayer. The author of the anti-faith diatribe audaciously stated that America was founded by people "fleeing religion" when, in fact, these individuals were seeking to practice their religion freely. If you're not stunned by this, Bauer points out that this false narrative—that America's founders wanted to establish a nation free from religion—is being taught as historical fact in our public schools. Bauer suggests it's time for the nation's pastors to speak out about this in their churches. To support this claim, Bauer plays excerpts from a video interview with Jonathan Falwell, senior pastor of Thomas Road Baptist Church and chancellor of Liberty University. "I focus on issues. I don't focus on political parties. I don't focus on political arguments or Republican, Democrat, Left, Right, whatever it might be. Still, I do talk about the issues that are important to people of faith, the issues that flow from the Word of God," said Falwell. He added, "When you're teaching the whole counsel of God, you're going to talk about life. You're going to talk about family; you're going to talk about religious liberty and freedom, all of these kinds of things that are at the forefront of our political landscape and the divisiveness that seems to be so prevalent in our culture today." To hear more from Bauer and Falwell, listen to this informative podcast.