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Kavanaugh Delivers During Senate Circus and Timeless Virtues Rediscovered


Christian Outlook – September 8, 2018

Chaos and political posturing dominated the Senate hearings for Supreme Court nominee Judge Kavanaugh. Kevin McCullough turns to Gayle Trotter of the Judicial Crisis Network for comment, and Albert Mohler opines. California AB2943 has been pulled by the bill’s sponsor, Assemblymember Evan Low, even after passing both houses of the California legislature. Frank Sontag asks Pastor Jim Domen to explain what happened. Eric Metaxas asks author Karen Swallow Prior if reading a “physical book” is lost art.  Prior’s book, On Reading Well: Finding the Good Life Through Great Bookshas more on this and the importance of virtues, which can be rediscovered by reading great books like Huckleberry Finn and those of southern author Flannery O’Connor.

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New Revelations Bring Abuse Controversy to Door of Vatican


Dr. Albert Mohler analyzes the new and even more disturbing revelations in the Catholic Church, this time implicating Pope Francis. Georgene Rice invites John Malcolm, Vice President at the Institute for Constitutional Government, to discuss the latest attempts the far-left have taken to ensure that Judge Kavanaugh never becomes a Supreme Court Justice. Don Kroah and Tom Harris, executive director of the International Climate Science Coalition, sort out fact from fiction concerning some socialist’s religion, Climate Change. Kevin McCullough has economist Stephen Moore explain the benefits of the recent trade agreement between the U.S. and Mexico. Don Kroah invites Nathan Wineiger, Director of Policy and Coalitions at 21st Century Wilberforce Initiative, to detail the struggles of Christians living in China. Kevin McCullough encourages Max Lucado to share hope from his book, Unshakable Hope: Building Our Lives on the Promises of God. Bob Burney shares how Christian persecution is becoming more common in the United States, even shaping the legality of Bible studies.

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