The Christian Outlook — December 02, 2017
In light of yet another North Korean missile launch, Kevin McCullough turns to retired General Jack Kean and retired Colonel David Hunt on what an open conflict with North Korea would look like. Rachel Greszler of the Heritage Foundation speaks with Georgene Rice on a clear eyed-look at the tax reform packages being pushed in Congress. Columnist and acclaimed Christian Peter Hitchens, brother of the late atheist Christopher Hitchens, shares with Eric Metaxas about the pressure to concede to new language on the transgender issue and how it is an infringement on free speech. Representative Diane Black of Tennessee explains to Eric Metaxas how the Conscience Protection Act would protect employees who hold religious convictions. Albert Mohler shares how mainline Protestant denominations are almost competing for which one will go furthest left the fastest. David Peck of Azusa Pacific University speaks with Frank Sontag about the importance of setting good boundaries with technology in an effort to protect the companionship of family. Bob Burney tells a story coming out of Nigeria of the dangers of Islam and how it tragically affects missionaries who interface with various Islamist movements.