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Max Igan returns to the program to discuss Gaza and the Israeli onslaught that is ongoing. We discuss the strange, some say impossible, incompetency of the Israeli government on October 7th to stop the brutal assault of innocent Israelis followed by ... more
Professor and Author, Chad Stewart, joins the program to discuss his international bestselling Britfield series of books for children. He shares how his blockbuster series taps into the natural creativity of children. We also discuss the well documen... more
Activist, Frances Micklem, and former Deputy Minister of Indonesia, Richard Claproth, join the program to discuss the massive mosquito program that has been unleashed in 12 countries. They share what they know about the program and how it is affectin... more
Trying to listen to this interview with Marjorie Wildcraft and Sarah is literally talking over the top of her, interrupting her constantly, I can’t even hear either of them. So disrespectful! If you already know everything Sarah, just do a solo show. Otherwise, let your guests speak!
Sarah is a breath of fresh air. She covers a huge range of topics and is not afraid to take on the challenging ones. Sarah is well researched and passionate. One of my fave podcasts as I never know where it’s going next! Thanks Sarah :)
If you want the truth about what ancient documents actually say, including the OT, read Michael Heiser. PHD fluent in 6 ancient languages, and can read directly from the Dead Sea Scrolls. We were not created by aliens … That is a Vatican deception. It’s interesting to me that you seem to deny Jesus Christ as the only way to God and can so easily accept an alien creation theory. Truth is available, you just need to search to it and more importantly you need to want it.
It’s bad enough I have to fast forward past 20 minutes of flagging your products but are you kidding me with lean belly and glucose control more
This interview with Harley Schlanger was the most misguided and misleading interview I’ve heard in a long time. The CCP has been running an underground organ trade from innocent people for the last 20 years and Xi Jinping has done nothing to stop it. They have underground prison systems and slave labor camps across the country, filled with religious believers and prisoners of conscience, all run by the ruling regime. This guy is either lying or has been totally duped by CCP propaganda. Just utte... more
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Sarah Westall launched 3 years ago and published 312 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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