Washington Watch Guest Host Janet Mefferd Interviews Matt Barber


On Friday’s edition of “Washington Watch with Tony Perkins,” Janet Mefferd, the host of Janet Mefferd Today, is guest hosting for Tony. Matt Barber, Founder and Editor-in-Chief of BarbWire.com, joins Janet to discuss his book Hating Jesus: The American Left’s War on Christianity.


Janet Mefferd: Well, we know it’s never easy to be a Christian, but I think most of us are in agreement these days that it is getting harder. And a lot of us wonder how much harder it might get to be a Christian in America, if certain social, and political and religious trend continue. Now, many skeptics have laughed at the notion that Christians in America have it hard, especially compared to Christians, say in the Middle East or Africa. And it’s true, we don’t have it as hard as they do…but, as my next guest says, the Left’s full-on assault against freedom, most especially our religious freedom, is at hand and we are fast moving from a soft tyranny to a hard tyranny. So joining me now, Matt Barber…the author of a new book we’re going to discuss, Hating Jesus: The American Left’s War on Christianity. Matt, it’s great to talk to you again my friend, how are you?

Matt Barber: Great Janet…how are you?

BarbWire Books is pleased to announce

Hating Jesus: The American Left's War on Christianity

Matt Barber with Paul Hair

The secular left doesn’t merely have a disagreement with Christianity. These are not people with whom one may reason, compromise or even disagree. They are dedicated to evil. They demand nothing less than the abolition of the biblical worldview, and the destruction of Christ’s followers right along with it.

Now is the time to fight back. If you are someone, Christian or not, who refuses to see Christianity wiped out (like it ever could be) and your children indoctrinated into pure evil, then sitting on the sidelines is no longer an option.


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