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Our Obligations to Neighbor Amidst Coronavirus

The Christian Outlook – March 28, 2020

Kevin McCullough talks with Washington Examiner‘s Byron York about the coronavirus and the soaring caseloads, especially in New York.

Kevin McCullough and former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich contrast the coronavirus outbreak in  Italy to the outbreak New York.

Frank Sontag talks with Ralph Drollinger, founder of Capitol Ministries in Washington, D.C., about the economic toll the Coronavirus crisis is taking.

John Hall and Kathy Emmons talk with Rosaria Butterfield about how we can help our neighbors in this trying time.

Bob Burney looks at how the gods with which Americans used to spend countless hours have fallen during this coronavirus.

John and Kathy talk with Megan Hill, editor with Gospel Coalition, about prayer, especially family prayer, during trying times like these.

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Coronavirus and the Believer: How Should We Respond?

The Christian Outlook – March 21, 2020

Kevin McCullough talks with columnist Gordon Chang, who has covered China extensively, about the Coronavirus.

Frank Sontag talks about his experience staring at empty shelves in a store and wondering what has happened to our society.

Kevin McCullough asks Dr. Betsy McCaughey, who has focused much of her career on infections, why do we need to shut down society?

Georgene Rice talks with Wheaton professor Kent Annan about a report he co-authored, “Preparing Your Church for Coronavirus: A Step-by-Step, Research-Informed and Faith-Based Planning Manual.”

Pastor Nathan Olson talks with Lee Michaels on how believers should respond to this pandemic.

John and Kathy talk with columnist David French about what the elderly face from the Coronavirus.

Dr. Albert Mohler tells us that we need to spread hope to our neighbors, even if we have to share from a distance.

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