Marty Angelo has quite an
interesting and electrifying story. He was exposed to numerous very
radical liberal professors while he attended college back in the early 1960s.
Those professors were completely against the Vietnam War and encouraged Angelo to
resist the war and the government by "turning on, tuning in, and dropping out" and become a member of the
student organization; Students for a Democratic Society
Angelo's life spun out of control for 15 years
after college and in 1980, while working in the entertainment business, he got arrested
for possession of cocaine. He feels the arrest saved his life and through
that experience and the grace of God, he became
transformed into an on-fire, born-again, Spirit-filled Christian with very conservative ideals and morals.
Angelo shares his story to
prisoners, rehab clients and troubled celebrities. He also speaks on college campuses
where he relates
his exposure to liberal teachings that negatively affected his future life choices.
He urges students to follow Jesus Christ instead of being influenced by
the lies of their radical liberal professors.
To book Marty Angelo to
speak on your campus please email
Education is useless
without the Bible
Marty Angelo agrees with Noah
Webster, America's greatest
lexicographer, whose original work laid the foundation for the Merriam-Webster dictionaries of today.
Webster believed and taught:
"Education is useless without the Bible."
The 1960s Consequences of
College Campus Radical