Georgene Rice invites veteran author Nancy Pearcy to share a biblical admonition to “Love thy Body,” the title of her latest book.
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Kevin McCullough invites Herb London of the London Center for Policy Research to discuss President Trump’s State of the Union address. Albert Mohler diagnoses the response of those in the audience, and how it is a story in and of itself. Kristin Wright of Open Doors joins Mark Elfstrand to share about the recent appointment of an ambassador for international religious freedom. Noel Sterret shares with Mark Elfstrand about a very imporant religious liberty case involving the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. While on with Bill Bunkley, Paul Batura of Focus on the Family is wondering if parents are asking themselves the tough questions before they say, “yes” to signing up their children for more sport programs. Georgene Rice invites veteran author Nancy Pearcy to share a biblical admonition to “Love thy Body,” the title of her latest book.Read More »
The Christian Outlook — January 27, 2018
Kevin McCullough invites Sarah Westwood, White House reporter for the Washington Examiner, to share about why the short-lived government shutdown was a bad move for Senate Democrats. David Inserra, a policy analyst at the Heritage Foundation, sat in with Georgene Rice to discuss the DACA controversy and what is the right way to handle illegal immigration. While on with Don Kroah, Monica Burke of the Heritage foundation shares the good news concerning a recent Supreme Court decision and why it was favorable for believers. Albert Mohler recaps the 45th anniversary of the Roe v Wade decision and the March for Life that took place in Washington D.C. Bill Bunkley invites Glen Stanton, director for Family Formation Studies at Focus on the Family, to discuss the Leftist’s decades-old overpopulation rallying cry. Bob Burney explains the deeper issues of healthcare nets. Finishing up, Albert Mohler returns to discuss what role our faith plays in government.Read More »
Hank Hanegraaff, the voice of “The Bible Answer Man,” joins Eric Metaxas to talk about his latest book: “Muslim: What You Need to Know About the World’s Fastest Growing Religion.”Read More »
The Christian Outlook — January 13, 2018
Kevin McCullough calls on DC McAllister to dissect the true face of modern feminism. Georgene Rice invites Peter Bookes to trace the source of the uprising in Iran. Don Kroah asks Hans von Spakovsky to break down the ongoing complex issues on immigration. Marie Espinoza explains to Craig Roberts why Democrats continue to push for open borders. While on with Andy Froiland, Steven Williams tackles the thorny issue of “separation of church and state,” as discussed in his book, Navigating Public Schools: Charting a Course to Protect Your Child’s Christian Faith and Worldview. Georgene Rice lets Jeremiah Johnson describe insights from his book, Unimaginable: What Our World Would Be Like Without Christianity. Finally, Metaxas uses recent high profile stories of sexual misconduct to underscore the proper disposition of men towards women.Read More »
Sitting in with Mark Elfstrand, Tom Nelson, the author of The Economics of Neighborly Love: Investing in Your Community’s Compassion and Capacity, shares how we can glorify God more full in our community and in our work through commerce.Read More »
The Christian Outlook — January 6, 2018
Kevin McCullough invites Herb London of the London Center for Policy Research to take a look at the Iranian protests there were spurred on by terrible economic conditions. John Zmirak, the senior editor for “The Stream” sat in with Eric Metaxas to discuss the aging Supreme Court and how it has cleverly re-interpreted the constitution to make new laws. Robyn Chamber, with “Option Ultrasound,” a program affiliated with Focus on the Family, speaks with Bill Bunkley on technology that has lowered abortions nationwide. Albert Mohler examines the argument Pennsylvania governor Tom Wolf made for upholding abortion after 20 weeks. William Briggs of “The Stream” joins Don Kroah to share about a Washington Post piece that tries to prove that Jesus never existed. Stephen Mansfield shares insights into faith influences of Donald Trump from his book Choosing Donald Trump: God, Anger, Hope, and Why Christian Conservatives Supported Him. Tom Nelson, the author of The Economics of Neighborly Love: Investing in Your Community’s Compassion and Capacity, shares how we can glorify God more full in our community and in our work through commerce.Read More »
The Christian Outlook – December 30, 2017
Don Kroah invites Lou Ann Sabatier from 21st Century Wilberforce Initiative to share some of the critical issues that are happening in Pakistan after a recent terrorist attack on a church. Herb London of New York-based London Policy Center joined Craig Roberts to discuss the recent “lone wolf” failed terror attack in New York. Frank Sontag invites Isik Abla, who grew up in Turkey and escaped to America, to tell her captivating conversion story from Islam to Christianity. Sitting in with Craig Roberts, Peter Rosenberger, founder of the ministry Standing With Hope and author of Hope for the Caregiver, shares helpful tips on how to live a calmer, healthier, and more joyful life while dealing with grim realities. Eric Metaxas invites Douglas Groothuis, author of Walking Through Twilight: A Wife’s Illness – A Philosopher’s Lament, on how to suffer skillfully as a Christian.Read More »
The Christian Outlook — December 23, 2017
Pastors Ray Pritchard and Dave Watson joined Kevin McCullough to discuss their books on Advent and how to prepare one’s heart for the celebration of Jesus’ birth. Steve Estes provides a fresh application of the Proverbs for this Christmas season on the Georgene Rice Show. Alistair Begg helps create in us a sense of how much was fulfilled in the birth of the Christ child. Albert Mohler explains how many Christians get the Christmas story wrong. On the John and Kathy Show, Jerry Bowyer explains the social context of Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol.” Mike Gallagher shares how CBS fought almost everything related to the beloved “Charlie Brown Christmas” special when it first aired in 1965.