In December 2022, David Limbaugh described his own evolution from a spiritual skeptic to a believer in God — and part of it was through his own writing, especially a book he co-authored with his daughter about Jesus Christ. “One of the reasons I decided to start writing Christian books is because I know what it’s like to be a skeptic,” David Limbaugh said. “I know what it’s like to be intimidated by the Bible — and I also know what it’s like to overcome that skepticism and intimidation,” he continued. “One of the things, when I was a skeptic, that finally put me over the top … was the pervasiveness of evil in the world,” he told CBN. “There’s no other explanation of evil — the level and intensity of evil that we witness — than the Biblical worldview,” he added. Rush certainly chronicled plenty of evil on his show — and even if he did it with a light touch and a sense of humor, he knew there was real darkness and fought against it with all his might. The “talent on loan from God” may have been taken from us too soon, it feels — but the impact Rush left will reverberate long after he relinquished his position behind the golden EIB microphone to become Heaven’s own radio host. This article appeared originally on The Western Journal.
#RushLimbaugh updates audience: some disease progression on his lung cancer scan, so treatment will be tweaked. Upbeat nonetheless: “It’s a great thing to wake up each morning. Stop and thank God when you do.” He says he is humbled by all the prayers; so let us multiply them.— Mark Davis (@MarkDavis) October 19, 2020