SHOW: Is Christian nationalism on the rise in the United States?

Chair of religious studies at the University of Pennsylvania Anthea Butler, professor of history and gender studies at Calvin University Kristen Du Mez, and executive director of the Baptist Joint Committee for Religious Liberty Amanda Tyler engage in a lively panel discussion with host Marc Lamont Hill as he tries to understand the disconnect between white Christion nationalism, what is preached in the Bible, and what is penned in the founding documents of the United States.

SHOW: The Right’s Fight to Make America a Christian Nation

From Ken Peters, founder of Patriot Church in Knoxville, TN, who believes that Americans are about to lose the country we have "always known" to pastor Franklin Grahm who believes Christians are under attack CBS News profiles a handful of Christian Americans who believe the country was founded as a Christian nation. Historian John Fea provides the historical context in a short documentary that asks the question, what does it mean for religious liberty if Christian nationalists get their way?

SHOW: Quiet No More

In a moving 27-minutes Quiet No More tells the story of reverend Sharon Risher's process of dealing with her anger and her journey to forgiveness. In 2015 she lost three family members after a white supremacist murdered nine people at the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, South Carolina.

SHOW: NRA Under Fire

NRA Under Fire takes a look at the transformation of the NRA from an organization focusing on teaching gun safety to a group primarily concerned with gun rights. The film details the tactics used by the NRA against gun legislation, how the NRA has been so successful at blocking gun legislation for decades, and the battle between the NRA and politicians who want to introduce gun legislation.

SHOW: Gospel And Guns: How Religion And Gun Law Intertwine In America

In Louisville, Kentucky a church holds a service where guns are given away in a raffle. In Charleston, South Carolina the family of victims of the Charleston mass shooting in 2015 choose to forgive the gunman. In Apopka, Florida a gun manufacturer makes rifles with Psalm 144:1 engraved on the gun. Which one looks like Christ to you?