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The Supreme Court Redefines Sex; The Need to Reenchant Humanity

The Christian Outlook – June 27, 2020

Don Kroah talks with Kate Anderson, of Alliance Defending Freedom, about the U.S. Supreme Court decision that redefined the meaning of the word “sex” in the Civil Rights Act of 1964.

Bill Bunkley and Dr. Albert Mohler, president of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, analyze the ruling of the U.S. Supreme Court and what happened to bring it about.

John Hall and Kathy Emmons, of The Ride Home, talk with Larry Elder about his film, provocatively titled “Uncle Tom.”

Eric Metaxas and theologian and author, Owen Strachan have an in-depth discussion about Strachan’s new book, “Reenchanting Humanity.”

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Standing up for Authentic Christianity Amidst Shaun King “White Jesus” Controversy: Eric Metaxas with Jenna Ellis

Eric Metaxas invites Jenna Ellis, Constitutional law attorney and a part of the president’s re-election team, to share her push-back on the Shaun King “white Jesus” controversy and the Marxist connection to the Black Lives Matter movement. They also discuss the importance of the U.S. Supreme Court decisions last week and the future of the judiciary branch.

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Policing, Police Reform and Albert Mohler on “The Gathering Storm”

The Christian Outlook – June 20, 2020

John and Kathy talk with J. Warner Wallace, former Southern California detective, about efforts to “defund” the police.

Georgene Rice and Rachel Greszler of the Heritage Foundation talk about police reform and where it begins.

Eric Metaxas talks with Dr. Albert Mohler about his book, “The Gathering Storm: Secularism, Culture, and the Church” and how it relates to the current events.

Dr. Albert Mohler also explains why he will vote differently in 2020 than he did in 2016.

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Civil Unrest, the Gospel of Peace and the Need for Prayer

The Christian Outlook – June 13, 2020

Don Kroah talks with Derek Grier, pastor of Grace Church in Dumfries, VA, about the protests and civil unrest in the Washington, D.C. area.

Don Kroah and Robert Woodson, founder of the Woodson Center, talk about the need for patient deliberation in response to the protests and unrest.

Kevin McCullough talks with Karol Markowicz, of the New York Post, about what would happen if the efforts to “defund the police” are followed through.

John Hall and Kathy Emmons are joined by Carl Trueman, of Grove City College, to explain why street protests and social media are not helpful forums for any work of contrition and reconciliation.

Bob Burney talks with Robert Jeffress, the voice of Pathway to Victory, about his new book, Praying for America: 40 Inspiring Stories and Prayers for Our Nation.

Tim DeMoss talks with Garry Cobb about the importance of fathers in the family and education in facing the internal challenges of the black community today.

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