Carl Trueman visits the program to discuss his much anticipated book Republocrat: Confessions of a Liberal Conservative. Relishing the outsider role, Englishman Trueman provides a helpful critique regarding the current state of American politics. With sections devoted to the lost liberal cause, personality cults, and FoxNews, to name a few, this book is as enjoyable as it is insightful. The foreword by Peter Lillback sets the stage for this sharp, yet humorous work. Republocrat will be available from the Westminster Bookstore.

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