When truth was lost, many came together to find it.
Our Goals and Vision
The goal of Broken Truth is simple: To expose bad actions by those in power and encourage corporations, groups, and governments to change their errant behaviors. We believe that families are the backbone of societies and the purpose of society is to provide the best and most secure path into the future for our next generations.
Who We Are
We are supported by members of a wide spectrum of society. Our sources are doctors, lawyers, police, prisoners, ministers, government officials and everyday people from all walks of life from around the world.
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Meet The Hosts
John began his career in broadcast in local radio. He loved the industry so much he obtained a B.S. Comm Arts degree with Emphasis in Broadcast. His career then landed him at CNN where he worked in multiple areas, including as a Video Journalist for CNN/CNN International and later a Video Editor. Following his time at CNN, he transitioned to entertainment as a writer, producer and director creating trailers and marketing for networks like abc, Discovery, FX and Disney as well as nearly all the major studios. His award winning campaigns for Universal Studios and Discovery let to his work being labeled ‘Best in Class’. John also worked in television and film as a Co-producer and visual effects supervisor for the theatrical film ‘Miss Arizona’.
John also worked with Silicon Valley companies like Apple, beta testing professional apps and giving presentations at NAB (National Association of Broadcasters) as well as customized presentations in Hollywood.
When COVID struck, John pivoted again into PSA’s promoting the plight of doctors and patients in a series of campaigns for networks like TLC and Discovery, an endeavor that ultimately led to the creation of Broken Truth.
Clinton Ohlers, PhD
A member of the executive committee of the Faith and Global Engagement initiative, Dr. Ohlers heads the Faith and the History and Philosophy of Science project and supports FGE’s sister initiative, The Faith and Science Collaborative Research Forum. His research and writing focuses on the historical and philosophical relationship between science and Christianity and the place of Christianity in the development of science and the concept of regular natural laws on which science depends. Currently, he is finishing his first book, The Birth of the Conflict Between Science and Religion, invited for review for publication by the University of Chicago Press. In addition to several related articles, this research has also led to a second book project, on the development of the concept of scientific laws of nature in the seventeenth century. Dr. Ohlers teaches HKU’s highly popular “Life Worth Living” course, based on the course at Yale, which introduces students to thinking deeply about what it means to live a life worth living, religiously and philosophically.
A scholar and experienced public speaker, Dr. Ohlers has delivered papers at the annual meetings of the History of Science Society, the International Research Network on Science and Belief in Society, the Evangelical Theological Society, and the American Society of Church Historians and has been an invited speaker at conferences nationally. He excels in bridging the gap between academia and the public by making information of a specialized and complex nature engaging and meaningful to a broad audience.
Dr. Ohlers came to HKU after a year as Research Fellowship with the Creation Project at the Carl F. H. Henry Center for Theological Understanding, a $3.4 million initiative funded by the Templeton Foundation, with the purpose of better understanding divine creation and modern science.
He received PhD and MA degrees from the University of Pennsylvania in History, where he specialized in American and European intellectual history and the history of science. He also earned an MA in the History of Christian Thought from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. He has held the titles of Benjamin Franklin Fellow and Roy F. and Jeanette P. Nichols Fellow, at Penn, and Leadership History Fellow at Leaders’ Portfolio, Washington D.C.’s CEO Interview Show, where also served as Senior Producer.
Dr. Ohlers serves on the boards of the International Human Development Corporation, a 501(c)(3) non-profit, and R. C. Cord, Inc., a commercial real estate development company.