The Christian Outlook – May 30, 2020
Don Kroah talks with Pat Gelsinger, CEO of the tech firm VM Ware, about the challenges faced by leaders of businesses and churches as they emerge from the COVID-19 lockdown.
Albert Mohler looks at the relationship between our secular government and the gatherings for people of faith as states emerge from the stay-at-home ordinances.
John Hall and Kathy Emmons talk with Carl Trueman, of Grove City College, about death and how we have drifted away from the biblical perspective of death.Read More »
Georgene Rice talks with best-selling author Josh McDowell, who warns the church that exploding loneliness and porn addiction are two examples of what the church can expect to face post COVID-19. McDowell has released an online document titled, What Comes Next, outlining challenges the church, parachurch organizations and individuals will likely face in the wake of the COVID-19 crisis.Read More »
Five Likely Consequences of the Pandemic Most Church Leaders Do Not Expect: Don Kroah with Dr. Thom Rainer
Don Kroah talks with Dr. Thom Rainer, President & CEO of Church Answers about his article Five Likely Consequences of the Pandemic Most Church Leaders Do Not Expect.Read More »
The Christian Outlook – May 23, 2020
In this special edition, we honor the life of Ravi Zacharias, who passed away this week. We’ll listen to some of the many whose life was impacted by Ravi.
Kayleigh McEnany, President Trump’s press secretary, shares with Christian Broadcasting Network‘s David Brody about the effect Ravi Zacharias had on her life.
Kevin McCullough and Eric Metaxas talk about Ravi Zacharias and how he lovingly answered the arguments from today’s vocal opponents to Biblical faith.
Frank Sontag talks with Ravi Zacharias about his approach to apologetics.
Eric Metaxas has an extended conversation with Ravi Zacharias on Ravi’s conversion, how joy was the centerpiece of his worldview and how he wanted nothing more than to bring people to Christ.Read More »
The Christian Outlook – May 16, 2020
Kevin McCullough talks with Matt Whittaker about his new book, Above the Law: The Inside Story of How the Justice Department Tried to Subvert President Trump, as they examine “Obamagate” and “takedown” of Michael Flynn.
Kevin McCullough talks with Charmaine Yoest of the Heritage Foundation about the conflicting data used to sift through the Coronavirus news.
Frank Sontag talks with author Lee Strobel to ask where God is during times of crisis.
Eric Metaxas talks with Karen Swallow Prior, award-winning professor of English at Liberty University, about how she has discovered a more focused way of navigating the classics, including “Sense and Sensibility” and “Heart of Darkness.”
Bob Burney examines the restrictions placed on churches by government officials during the COVID-19 pandemic.Read More »