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Updated August 2020
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Welcome to the "Seek Him Early" podcast, featuring "Daily Devotional Studies on Knowing, Loving, and Serving Our Lord Jesus Christ." Each weekly program is from the book of that same title. Your host is Dr. J. D. Watson, author of the book, pastor of Grace Bible Church in Meeker, Colorado, and director of Sola Scriptura Publications. Each Monday we will post a new program featuring a reading from the book. It is our desire for God’s people to better know, love, and serve our Lord Jesus Chris ...
 
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James Joseph "Whitey" Bulger Jr. is one of the most infamous organized crime leaders in modern American history. As leader of Boston's Winter Hill Gang, Bulger would eventually earn a place at #1 on the FBI's Most Wanted List. Bulger went on the run in 1994 and became a ghost for the law enforcement agencies tasked with finding him. Today, I am joi…
 
Truth cannot be deduced by reason or discovered by reaction, rather it can only be disclosed by revelation. In our next few studies, we will consider six absolutes from the Savior: sovereignty, salvation, sacrifice, security, solidarity, and satisfaction. Scriptures for Study: To prepare for our study, read these six texts in John and write down yo…
 
Today on Alternate Histories, I am joined by Elise Hooper. "A New Englander by birth (and at heart), Elise lives with her husband and two young daughters in Seattle, where she teaches history and literature. The Other Alcott was her first novel." Elise and I discuss her new novel, Fast Girls. "In the 1928 Olympics, Chicago’s Betty Robinson competes…
 
In Exodus 32, we see the initial loss of sight, the idolatry that resulted, the intolerable excuse, the inferiority of ungodly leadership, the insolent disobedience of the people, the intercession of godly leadership, and the inquiry. Scriptures for Study: What does 2 Timothy 4:1–5 tell us about a pastor’s leadership responsibility and its difficul…
 
Radium is an element that appears in 88th spot on the periodic table. It is radioactive with a half-life of 1600 years and the radiation in produces as it decays produces a low level light through a process known as radioluminescence. Today, radium is considered the most hazardous of the radioelements and is handled only in controlled and contained…
 
In Exodus 32, we see the initial loss of sight, the idolatry that resulted, the intolerable excuse, the inferiority of ungodly leadership, the insolent disobedience of the people, the intercession of godly leadership, and the inquiry. Scriptures for Study: What do the following verses add to our thoughts today: Acts 17:29; Isaiah 42:8, 17?…
 
Today on Alternate Histories, I am joined by UK writer and novelist Annabel Abbs. "Annabel has a degree in English Literature from the University of East Anglia and a Masters in Marketing from the University of Kingston After fifteen years running a consultancy, she took a career break to bring up her four children, before returning to her first lo…
 
Are we alone in the universe? Since humans first gazed up into the cosmos, we have tried to answer to this question, sometimes using theology and sometimes philosophy. In our literature, particularly in the science fiction genre, we have speculated what contact with otherworldly beings could look like. In recent centuries, we have used science and …
 
The Creature from the Black Lagoon was always my favorite classic monster movie growing up. The "creature" is certainly one of the most original and iconic monsters to ever grace the silver screen. But did you know that it was designed by a woman? Millicent Patrick was a makeup artist, animator, special effect designer, and an actress, but unfortun…
 
As the world grapples with the coronavirus pandemic, the topic of infectious diseases has taken centerstage in our public consciousness. While COVID-19 may be viral in nature, many of the most dangerous diseases are caused by bacteria. Medicine has traditionally treated these infections with antibiotics, but increasingly our antibiotics are becomin…
 
We are well familiar with the massive deployment of troops on the beaches on Normandy on June 6, 1944. But we are less familiar with the two years worth of groundwork laid behind enemy lines to ensure the D-Day invasion would be a success. My guest today is Sarah Rose, author of D-Day Girls: The Spies Who Armed the Resistance, Sabotaged the Nazis, …
 
When you think of spies, what comes to mind? Daniel Craig dressed in a tuxedo ordering a martini shaken, not stirred? Or perhaps Tom Cruise dangling from a wire in a pressure sensitive room? Today we are talking about the slightly less dramatic, but just as incredible history of real world espionage. My guest today is BBC security correspondent Gor…
 
I am joined today on Alternate Histories by Gretchen Berg. "Gretche was was born on the East Coast, raised in the Midwest, and spent a number of years in the Pacific Northwest. She has taught English in South Korea and in Northern Iraq and has traveled to all the other continents." She joins me on the podcast from Chicago via Skype to discuss her d…
 
Thank you to everyone who has made Season 2 of the podcast a fantastic success! With this being our last episode of 2019, I have stepped aside and let the show's Patreon Patrons decide who I should invite on the podcast, and they made an excellent choice. My guest today is New York Times bestselling author and journalist Julia Flynn Siler. A gradua…
 
Harry Houdini. Nearly a century after his death, he remains a household name that is synonymous with magic. In fact, Houdini has become a verb in our common vernacular meaning "to vanish, or escape a difficult situation quickly." Today, I am joined by bestselling author Joe Posnanski to discuss his new book, "The Life and Afterlife of Harry Houdini…
 
Today on Alternate Histories, I am joined by Caroline Scott, who "is a freelance writer and historian specializing in WWI and women's history, with a PhD from Durham University. Born in the UK, Caroline currently resides in France. She has published two nonfiction books on WWI." "The Poppy Wives," Caroline's first novel, is set in 1921 and follows …
 
We are discussing true crime on the podcast today. My guest for this episode is the historian and author Simon Baatz. Simon is a New York Times best-selling author and currently teaches American legal history at John Jay College, City University of New York He joins me via Skype to discuss his latest book "The Girl in the Velvet Swing: Sex, Murder,…
 
If I asked you to name some of your favorite movies from the 1990s, odds are several of those were made in 1999. That year was bombarded with films like The Sixth Sense, Being John Malkovich, American Pie, and The Blair Witch Project that have ingrained themselves in our culture. My guest today is Brian Raftery, who has had a long career of writing…
 
Welcome the the premiere episode of Alternate Histories! In this series, I will be interviewing novelists about their latest work and how they blend their stories with the historical record. My guest today is Talia Carner. She is "is formerly the publisher of Savvy Woman magazine and a lecturer at international women’s economic forums. An award-win…
 
Happy Halloween! My guest today is novelist and author J.W. Ocker whose book "A Season with the Witch: The Magic and Mayhem of Halloween in Salem, Massachusetts" documents his experience moving to "Witch City, USA" for the month of October. Salem is, of course, the site of the famous Witch Trials of 1692, and Ocker tells us about the tragedy that o…
 
Hello and welcome to our first ever Patrons' Pick episode! Four times a year, as a thank you for their support, I am handing over the programming reins to patrons of the show on Patreon where they can vote on who should come on the podcast. Over the summer, supporters of the podcast selected today's guest, Gerri Chanel, and her book "Saving Mona Li…
 
We are all familiar with the story of the Holocaust and the mass genocide committed by the Third Reich. What you may have never heard of, however, is the story of the Polish patriot Witold Pilecki, who volunteered to enter the Auschwitz concentration camp as a prisoner in order to observe and report on the atrocities he witnessed. My guest today is…
 
Welcome to the first ever crossover episode of the Can't Make This Up History Podcast! My guest today is Mark Bourrie. Mark is a lawyer, journalist, and author from Canada who holds a PhD in media history. He has written over a dozen books on the history of Canada and the Great Lakes as well as contemporary issues facing the field of journalism. Hi…
 
When you think of the cowboy, what comes to mind? The long cattle drives of a Louis L'Amour novel? The shoot out at the O.K. Corral? Denim jeans, spurs, and a Stetson? The Marlboro Man? My guest today shatters our preconceived notions of what a cowboy was and who he could be. Julian Smith is a journalist with a background in ecology who has written…
 
Remember the time the United States invaded Russia? No? Well you're not alone. Few people know that the two superpowers of the Cold War at one point actually did participate in so-called "hot" war. In fact, even Presidents Nixon and Reagan gave speeches in which they claimed the US and Russia had never been in a direct confrontation. Nothing could …
 
We are fascinated with pirates. Whether it's Johnny Depp's Jack Sparrow, the Pirates of the Caribbean ride at Disney, the Assassin's Creed Black Flag video game, or Robert Louis Stevenson's novel Treasure Island, it seems we've always loved the Age of Piracy. But my guest today says the pirates we see in the movies don't perfectly lineup with the r…
 
Remember when President Obama nominated Merrick Garland to replace the late Antonin Scalia as a Justice on the Supreme Court in 2016 only to have that nomination complete shut down Senate Republicans? Or remember when President Trump nominated Brett Kavanaugh to the Court resulting Kavanaugh's sexual history played out before the national media? My…
 
Welcome! You are listening to the Can't Make This Up History Podcast. I am your host Kevin, and today we raise a glass of cold water in honor of prohibition. In the 86 years since its repeal, we have romanticized the era of the speakeasy and the gangster in film and literature. But what gets lost in popular culture is the prohibition movement's ori…
 
We're talking military history today and invoking the the Indispensable Man, His Excellency, George Washington. My guest today is Bob Drury. Bob is a Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist-turned-author who has written or co-written over a dozen books. He joins us on the podcast to talk about his most recent book, Valley Forge, that he co-wrote with T…
 
In somewhat of a bonus episode, I interview a first-time special guest on the Can't Make This Up History Podcast. After the release of yesterday's episode, "Fly Girls with Keith O'Brien," an amateur historian in the making and aspiring aviator requested to come on the show to weigh in about the legacy of Amelia Earhart.…
 
Welcome to Episode 15 of the Can't Make This Up History Podcast. Today, we're talking about a group of bold, pioneering, and courageous women who took to the skies in the 1920s and 1930s to compete in air races during the golden age of aviation. These women the pushed boundaries of aerodynamics by shattering records for speed, distance, and altitud…
 
Today we are headed to France to talk about one of that country's most notorious serial killers, Henri Landru. My guest today is Richard Tomlinson. Richard first came across the Landru case in the early 1980s when he was researching a Ph.D. in modern French history in Paris. He was trawling through old newspapers in France’s national library and go…
 
Welcome to another episode of the Can't Make This Up History Podcast. We have an excellent show in store for you today about the life and innovations of Nikola Tesla. My guest today is Richard Munson. Dick is the Director of Midwest Clean Energy for the Environmental Defense Fund. He is the author of five books on the history of science and technol…
 
Welcome to the Can't Make This Up History Podcast. I'm your host Kevin. Thank you for joining me during this cold, cold February for episode number 12 of the podcast. My guest today is Dr. Bradley W. Hart. Bradley is an assistant professor at California State University, Fresno where he teaches the history of journalism and Jewish studies. He compl…
 
My guest today is Dean Jobb. Dean is a professor of creative nonfiction and journalism at the University of Kings College in Halifax, Nova Scotia. He has been a newspaper staff writer and freelance journalist for over 35 years. During that time, he has received numerous awards in the United States and Canada for his investigative reporting. A lover…
 
My guest today is Paul Watson. Paul's career in investigative reporting and photo journalism has spanned thirty years and has taken him across the globe. As a war correspondent, Paul has written for the Toronto Star as well as the Los Angeles Times where he served as South Asian Bureau Chief. He has won numerous awards for his work including the Fr…
 
My guest today is Professor Fiona Sampson. Fiona is a leading British poet and writer who has authored 27 books, been published in 37 languages, and she has received numerous international awards in the US, India, Macedonia and Bosnia. In the U.K., she has been named a Member of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire by the Queen for her se…
 
Welcome to the can't make this up history podcast. I'm your host Kevin. A family cruising across the country crammed together in a wood-paneled station wagon has become the cliche icon of the American road trip, but it was a reality for many families in the latter half of the 20th century. Interwoven into the history of the Great American Road Trip…
 
At the turn of the 20th century, white Americans and Europeans saw the Native American Indian as both a mysterious and exotic figure. Their perceptions were almost entirely informed by horribly inaccurate pop culture, and Edgar Laplante found it all too easy to exploit their ignorance. The "King of Con Men" came from a working class family in Pawtu…
 
My guest on the podcast today is author John T. Shaw. John is Director of the Paul Simon Public Policy Institute at Southern Illinois University, and his fifth and latest book is Rising Star, Setting Sun: Dwight D. Eisenhower, John F. Kennedy, and the Presidential Transition that Changed America which deals with a significant change in American pol…
 
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