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Although we haven't had Albert Mohler or Tim LaHaye/Jerry Jenkins on our program yet, we haven't ruled out possibilities for conversations with voices like these. Public media is a space for all types of voices from all segments of society.

As to your point about legitimization, I disagree. Why? Because we trust our listeners/readers to truly listen, question, be open to surprises, and make sense of the humanity behind the words sometimes. If we marginalize many voices because we judge their opinions not have inherent worth is wrong. We're not in the business of making editorial decisions based on that criterion. We need to include both theological liberals and conservatives. Thanks for commenting.