Season 3

In this Season 3 finale episode of TheFallenState TV, Jesse Lee Peterson sits down with liberal, controversial Buddhist monk Lama Jigme Gyatsu to discuss his transition from Judaism to Buddhism, his meditation practice, and his thoughts on the election. The conversation also turns to Lama Jigme's experimentations with bisexuality and sapiosexuality, as well as his beliefs about God, Jesus, and racism.

Are men and fathers losing their way in our society? Jesse Lee Peterson sits down with filmmaker Cassie Jaye to discuss her eye-opening documentary, "The Red Pill," which examines the impact of feminism on men. Do fathers get a fair shot at raising their kids? Does our society set men up for success or failure? Are Western women experiencing major disadvantages compared to Western men? Jesse and Cassie tackle this and much more on this episode of TheFallenState TV.

In this New Year's special episode of TheFallenState TV, Jesse Lee Peterson sits down with Emmy Award winner, life coach, and repeat Oprah guest Rhonda Britten to talk about one of the most tragic scenarios that can happen. After witnessing her father murder her mother and then kill himself, Rhonda wrestled with alcoholism and suicidal tendencies for many years. Jesse and Rhonda discuss the crucial importance of forgiving one's parents, and ask the important question of whether fear is our friend, or our enemy.

In this Christmas Special of TheFallenState TV, author Andrew Klavan sits down with Jesse Lee Peterson and candidly examines the significance of his complicated relationship with his father. He gets real about what it was like to come from a secular Jewish family and struggle to become a successful writer while enduring and triumphing over serious inner conflict and many other challenges. He details how his struggles ultimately and ironically led him to faith in Jesus Christ.

Nowadays it’s rare to hear honest and thought-provoking conversations about real issues. Society has become so politically correct that what used to be considered common sense is now condemned as “hate speech” by some.
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Rabbi David Wolpe, Senior Rabbi of Sinai Temple in Los Angeles, who was named by Newsweek Magazine as the most influential rabbi in America joins Jesse Lee Peterson on this episode of TheFallenState TV.

Successful marriages and good parenting are the lynch pins to a healthy and stable society. But the traditional family and longstanding Judeo Christian values are now under attack by those on the left who want to redefine the meaning of marriage, family, and gender identity. Sometimes well-meaning Christians fall for the lie and accept evil as good. They fight tooth and nail to defend sin because they’ve been deceived and have accepted false Christian teaching. These “Christians” believe that tolerating and accepting sin is the compassionate thing to do.

At least 61 law enforcement officers have been shot and killed this year -- well ahead of last year's 12-month total, according to the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund.

The most recent shooting happened in Detroit. Wayne State University police Officer Collin Rose was shot November 22 when he tried to stop someone near the university's campus. The 2016 shootings have spanned the nation from California to Massachusetts. This year has been the deadliest since 2011 when 73 officers were shot dead.

YouTube personality Tommy Sotomayor (a.k.a. Mr. Controversy) is an outspoken critic of the failing and destructive elements of black culture. He points out the harsh and hurtful manner in which many black mothers deal with their children and the lack of respect they have for men. Tommy is criticized by some in the black community for his blunt commentary and critique of black culture on his YouTube channel.

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