Author Archives: Christian Outlook

Mid-Term Madness and Living Life Well for God


The Christian Outlook – November 10, 2018

Kevin McCullough and Eric Metaxas try to sort out the election madness. Albert Mohler looks at what the next two years might look like with a divided Congress. Kevin McCullough and Kristen Tate, of the Hill, talk about Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ resignation. John Hall and Kathy Emmons turn to Kate Anderson of the Alliance Defending Freedom to talk about their most recent case in Alaska. Bob Burney talks with Wayne Grudem about his latest book, Christian Ethics: An Introduction to Biblical Moral Reasoning. Mark Elfstrand is joined by Darryl Dash to talk about his book, How to Grow: Applying the Gospel to All of Your Life.

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Every Vote Matters: How America Could Turn Back the Left


Christian Outlook – November 3, 2018

Bethany Mandel, writer for the Federalist and The Jewish Daily, talks with Kevin McCullough about anti-Semitism. Victor Davis Hanson joins Don Kroah to talk about his article, “Midterm Optics are Bad for Progressives” and how it will affect voting. Don Kroah sits in with Ted Baehr, Chairman of the Christian Film and Television Commission, to talk about the film industry and how many movies in theaters draw from Christian principles. “Indivisible” is a true-life story about the struggles of a military chaplain based on the real-life story of Heather and Darren Turner. They join Kevin McCullough to talk about it.  Evangelist Ray Comfort joins Bob Burney to talk about his book, The Final Curtain, Fame Fortune and Futile Lives, a look at what brings people to the brink of suicide and how to combat it. Georgene Rice talks with Dr. Russel Moore about his book, The Storm-Tossed Family. Bob Burney on NBC’s firing of Megyn Kelly and the double-standard he sees in the media.

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Looking for the Hand of God with Alistair Begg


Christian Outlook – October 27, 2018

Kevin McCullough turns to New York Police Commissioner Bernie Kerik for his thoughts about the suspicious packages, apparently pipe bombs, sent to key Democratic figures. Kevin McCullough talks with Michael Goodwin of the New York Post about the Dems threat to seek President Trump’s impeachment. The migrant caravan headed to our southern border highlights a campaign theme from the 2016 election and raises many questions. Mark Elfstrand and Glen Duerr of Cedarville University take a look. Don Kroah asks Allen West about his recent column, “Do You Prefer the Tyranny of Collectivism or Blessing of Liberty?” Albert Mohler explains what going on with the “T” in LGBT. Frank Sontag and author Ed Stetzer talk about his book, Christians in the Age of Outrage. Alistair Begg joins Don Kroah to tell us that if we’re not looking for the Hand of God, we’d do well to turn our hearts in that direction.

 

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