Point of View (radio show)

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Point of View is a syndicated, daily (Monday through Friday) talk show and can be heard over 360 radio stations throughout the continental U.S.A. It was founded by Marlin Maddoux, who was the show's main host from its 1972 premiere until 2003, when the co-host, Kerby Anderson, took over, with Penna Dexter as co-host.

Point of View is a two-hour, issues-oriented live talk radio program heard daily nationwide. Kerby Anderson and the Point of View team cover a variety of issues from a Christian perspective. It includes daily interviews and interaction with guests including authors, politicians, opinion leaders, conservative activists, and subject matter experts.

Christianity Today magazine called Point of View America's "most popular live Christian call-in show."

The show's style is a "discussion forum" style like The Jim Bohannon Show, rather than a "monologue" style like The Savage Nation.

Mission Statement[edit]

"As a media ministry, we use the powerful tool of live, daily, national talk radio and the latest digital technology to provide biblical clarity, truth, and content to restore a Christian biblical worldview to the culture."

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