On the bookshelf

“The Myth of Equality: Uncovering the Roots of Injustice and Privilege”

​By Ken Wystma

​Queen of Bebop: The Musical Lives of Sarah Vaughn​

​By Dr. Elaine Hayes

“The Trial of Kermit Gosnell: The Shocking Details and What It Revealed About the Abortion Industry in America”​

What does “white privilege” mean? How do we learn to celebrate our diversity without racial barriers?  Listen as Doc talks to Ken Wytsma about his new book, “The Myth of Equality” from IVP Books.

   The GRID: The Fraying Wires Between Americans an Our Energy Future

By Dr. Gretchen Bakke


The opportunity for me to talk with one of the original cast members of the iconic STAR TREK series was an honor since I was fan of the show.  

Listen to the interview as it aired on WTBF-FM/AM.

Listen to the interview with Gretchen Bakke, an experienced researcher in the field of electrical grid systems, as she discusses the solution to our energy crisis is to build and design places, things, and machines that are more energy-efficient; the other is to create a massive series of mini-grids that can operate a home or a factory but don’t necessarily rely on a massive national grid. ​​​

Older Interviews are located at Archived Interviews. 

​Listen as Doc talks to Cheryl Sullenger, Senior VP of Operation Rescue, about her horrifying true book, “The Trial of Kermit Gosnell: The Shocking Details and What It Revealed About the Abortion Industry in America” from World Ahead Press, a WND Company.

“Captain Pike Found Alive!”

By Sean Kenney

“The Axeman of New Orleans: the true story”

By Miriam C. Davis

Doc interviews author Dr. Elaine Hayes, America’s greatest living expert on Sarah Vaughn​.

​Listen to the interview as it aired on WTBF-FM/AM.

“Anatomy of An Affair: How affairs, attractions & addictions develop and how to guard your marriage against them”

​By Dave Carder (Moody Publishers)

​This book takes a brutally honest look at how people fall into adultery. The author, an experienced pastor and counselor, lists five classes of affairs.

“Martin Luther: The Man Who Rediscovered God and Changed the World”
By Eric Metaxas (Viking Books)

​Martin Luther was a celebrity, largely due to the communication revolution known as the movable type press which make possible disseminating Luther’s writings across the continent.  Luther is known principally for two iconic events: in 1517 his posting of the 95 Theses on the great doors of the Wittenberg Castle Church; and his unyielding courage at the imperial diet in Worms in 1521. He was the “unwitting harbinger of a new world”; the “midwife of the irrevocably divided world”.

“Christmas In My Heart 26: A Treasury of Old-Fashioned Christmas Stories”

Compiled and edited by Joe L. Wheeler (Pacific Press)

Doc interviews the author, Joe Wheeler, for the 26th time.  Joe retells 15 wonderful fiction and non-fiction and includes one original story written by the author and inspired by the Holy Spirit.

​By 1920 Italians owned half of all groceries in New Orleans.​  These Italian store-owners faced was an anonymous serial killer who came to be called “The Axeman”. ​Miriam C. Davis of Montgomery, Alabama has researched "The Axeman" and sheds light on his crimes. Listen as Doc talks to Miriam Davis about this book and little known serial killer.