'Breitbart News Sunday' Easter Special ON SXM 125: The War Against the Judeo-Christian West

'Breitbart News Sunday' Easter Special ON SXM 125: The War Against the Judeo-Christian West

On Breitbart News Sunday on Sirius XM Patriot channel 125 from 7PM to 10PM, host Executive Chairman Stephen K. Bannon will host an Easter special, discussing the war on Judeo-Christian values in the West. He will speak to a number of Breitbart writers and contributors about the importance of the holiday, celebrated by millions of Christians across the globe.

Discussing  the global war against the Judeo-Christian West Bannon will speak to Dr. Rodney Stark, distinguished Professor of Sociology Baylor University, author of the “Victory of Reason,” “The Rise of Christianity,” and “God’s Battalions.” He will also be speaking to Breitbart’s News’ Foreign Policy Editor Dr. Sebastian Gorka, National Defense University Head of Asymetric Warfare as well as Kate Gorka, President Council on Global Security along with Breitbart Senior Editor-at-Large Peter Schweizer Senior Editor and William Casey Fellow at Hoover Institute.

Dr Susan Berry will come on the program to discuss the ongoing fight against Common Core education standards and what the Catholic Church will be doing to celebrate Easter this year.

Frances Martel will speak about the crimes of the terrorist Islamic group Boko Haram, especially the targeting of Christians in Nigeria. Founded in 2002, Boko Haram has worked closely with Al Qaeda and has committed waves terrorist acts to an increasing degree.

Ken Klukowski , Senior Legal Analyst Breibart News will talk to Bannon about what Christians believe about Easter and why the holiday is so important. He will explain how the resurrection of Jesus is the turning point in human history for Christians, one that fundamentally alters the relationship between God and humanity.

Bannon will speak to Jeff Poor, editor of Breitbart TV, about the re-launch of Breitbart TV on Monday.


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