Ratio Christi's "Truth Matters" adds NRBTV Channels to Viewing Outlets
We're pleased to announce that Ratio Christi has reached an agreement with NRBTV for our streaming/satellite show, “Truth Matters” to begin airing weekly on NRBTV on Saturday, April 8, 2017 at 10:30 PM Eastern, 7:30 PM Pacific. This includes nationwide viewing on DIRECTV channel 378 in the U.S.
RC-TV’s “Truth Matters” (with host Tony Gurule, pictured here) began airing on various streaming and satellite stations in January 2017. ABN (The Aramaic Broadcasting Network) was the first to carry us, and we thank them. The program is dedicated to providing believers and skeptics with the evidence for the Christian worldview. It is a weekly show with a variety of guests appealing to a wide audience: from parents, pastors and lay people, to high school and college students, to university professors. “Truth Matters” is the broadcast outreach of Ratio Christi. See our "Truth Matters" web page with all the details on how/when/where to watch and even catch past episodes.
About NRBTV: NRBTV is a Christian TV channel headquartered in Nashville, Tennessee. It is seen nationwide on DIRECTV and select broadcast affiliates. The channel is also streamed worldwide on Roku, Amazon Fire TV and Apple TV (fourth generation) streaming players, via a free mobile app, and online streaming. NRBTV is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization reaching a global audience 24 hours a day with thought-provoking, Christ-centered programming.
President/CEO of Ratio Christi Dr. Corey Miller:
"We are very grateful for NRBTV giving us the opportunity to expand our ministry of equipping people with reasons to follow Jesus in an increasingly skeptical world.”
NRBTV Senior Director of Programming, Arline Bell:
“NRBTV is excited to be adding this resourceful apologetics program to our lineup. Our viewers look to us for this type of educational content and we are honored that Ratio Christi has chosen to partner with us.”
See the "Truth Matters" Promo Video on the NRBTV website.
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