Tracy Levinson sat down with Glenn Beck on his radio program last summer to discuss faith and atheism. Tracy revealed that she used to be an atheist who would try to convert religious people to atheism. Despite growing up in the relatively religious city of Beaumont, Texas, Tracy's family were staunch atheists, leading her to wonder as a child why other families attended church on Sunday mornings while hers stayed home.
"I was so against God that I would run into people that were people of faith, and I would try to talk them out of their faith," Tracy said. "Eventually I came to a place where I did find faith in God. But I think all those years when I would try to talk people out of their faith, I think it was I felt so insecure that I had no anchor."
Glenn blamed this feeling of directionless living for a variety of contemporary social ills, including increasing combativeness in politics and the reduction in Americans' self-esteem.
Glenn and Tracy then discussed God's plan for love and sex, and they both concluded that the only safe place to experience sex is within the covenant of a marriage.
"The Bible says that love protects. And I want your daughter and my daughter to be safe," Tracy said.
To see more of Tracy Levinson, visit her channel on TheBlaze.