Actor John Rhys-Davies, who played the dwarf, Gimli, in The Lord of The Rings, joined Glenn on radio Tuesday to discuss a wide variety of topics. Rhys-Davies, who also starred in the new film, Return to The Hiding Place, was joined by writer and director Peter Spencer to discuss the powerful and faith-promoting sequel to Billie Graham's award-winning film, The Hiding Place.
At one point in the conversation, the topic turned to science and religion - and finding unity with both.
"We've separated ourselves from each other for no reason. For reasons of power and control and all the reasons that lead to death," Glenn said.
Rhys-Davies then added, "and fear," before delving into his rationale for why many scientists worry about religion.
"Religion and magic are bound up in their beliefs," Rhys-Davies said, whereupon he recited a portion of the Lord's prayer in Welsh, which he described as the "the language of magic and power."