Author Archives: Christian Outlook

New York’s Abortion Law Highlights Profound Shift in Medicine

The Christian Outlook – February 23, 2019

Don Kroah turns to Andrew Malcolm of the Heritage Foundation for a closer look at the criticism of President Trump’s emergency declaration. Kevin McCullough and Sean Davis of The Federalist look at how the judiciary might react to the 16 state lawsuit against the President’s national emergency declaration. Eric Metaxas and Rich Lowry, Editor in Chief of National Review, ask if “media bias” is too soft and mild to describe the media meltdown in how they handle the 45th President. Robyn Chambers of Focus on the Family joins Bob Burney to talk about their advocation for the cause of life. John Hall asks Dr. Kathryn Butler how we can miss the deadly realities of today’s hospital room. Kevin McCullough invites Tim Tebow to talk about what inspired him to produce the now-in-theaters movie, “Run the Race.”

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Pro-Life Leaders Take Action to Defend the Unborn

The Christian Outlook – February 16, 2019

Don Kroah and David Christensen, the Vice President for Government Affairs for the Family Research Council,  take a look at why Virginia Democrats tried and failed to pass a dreadful abortion law similar to what passed in New York.

John Hall and Kathy Emmons speak with David French of the National Review about politicians who have found themselves on the hot seat for college indiscretions, and whether or not they should be forgiven.

Focus on the Family‘s CEO Jim Daly and Senator Ben Sasse speak out against late-term abortion and also share about their initiatives to fight for life.

Georgene Rice speaks with Jason Thompson, executive director of Portland Fellowship, on how his ministry is helping those who struggle with same-sex attraction.

John Hall and Kathy Emmons speak with Cheryl McGrath about at an article she wrote entitled “Life Isn’t About Happiness. It’s About Meaning.”

Dr. Albert Mohler gives insights into the Democrat identity politics phenomenon from his daily briefing.

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