Female Track Stars Sue to Stop Boys from Competing Against Them

The Christian Outlook – February 15, 2020

Georgene Rice talks with a courageous high school girl, Alanna Smith, and Christiana Holcomb, legal counsel for Alliance Defending Freedom who are fighting back against transgender sports ruining women’s sports.

David Wheaton examines Bernie Sanders’ efforts to represent the Democratic Party in the presidential election even though he is actually a member of the Independent Party and, most importantly, a Socialist.

Georgene Rice asks Mallory Quigley, spokeswoman for the Susan B. Anthony List, if there is room in the Democratic party for a pro-life individual.

Kevin McCullough talks with Kelsey Bolar, senior writer at The Daily Signal, about Pete Buttigieg, who professes to be a Christian yet argues that the Bible is “Okay” with abortion.

Eric Metaxas talks with Anne Paulk about her book, “Restoring Sexual Identity.”

John Hall and Kathy Emmons talk with Cyd Holsclaw about her book, “Does God Really Like Me?

Dr. Albert Mohler comments on Switzerland’s vote to outlaw what they deem “homophobia.”

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High-school Athletes File Suit to Protect Fairness in Girls’ Sports: Georgene Rice with ADF’s Christiana Holcomb and Student Alanna Smith

Georgene Rice talks with Christiana Holcomb, legal counsel for Alliance Defending Freedom and student-athlete Alanna Smith, a plaintiff in an official Title IX complaint to the Office of Civil Rights in the Department of Education challenging the practice of allowing biological males who identify as female to compete in women’s events. For more information, visit ADFLegal.org

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Why are Millennials Leaving the Church? Craig Roberts with Rick Durst and Max Stabenow

Craig Roberts talks with Rick Durst, Professor of Historical Theology at Gateway Seminary, and Max Stabenow, Director of the Bay Area Gateway Seminary Campus, address the increasing trend of Millenials leaving the Church.

They also answer the questions, “What do young people mean when they say they are Christians?” and  “What does the faith of the younger generation look like?”

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A Bold Pro-Life Message in the State of the Union

The Christian Outlook – February 8, 2020

Dr. Albert Mohler reviews President Trump’s State of the Union address that included a strong pro-life message.

Kevin McCullough talks with New York Congressman Lee Zeldin to sort out Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s behavior following the president’s State of the Union address.

Georgene Rice talks with Tom Jipping of the Heritage Foundation about the legacy of the Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision.

Eric Metaxas and Ann McElhinney talk about the central inspiration for the film project, “Gosnell.”

Georgene Rice and Dan Kramer talk about Wycliffe Bible Translators and their efforts to get completed Bibles in some of the most difficult places.

Bob Burney talks about a new character on Sesame Street that just happens to be transgender.

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The Significance of the President Speaking at the March for Life

The Christian Outlook – February 1, 2020

Kevin McCullough and New York Post writer Karol Markowicz talk about President Trump’s Middle East peace initiative.

Don Kroah talks with Wayne Grudem, Phoenix Seminary professor, about his response to Christianity Today’s editorial that argued President Trump should be removed from office.

Dr. Albert Mohler, president of the Southern Baptist Seminary, explains the significance of President Trump’s appearance and speech at the March for Life in Washington D.C.

Bob Burney looks at the coverage, or rather the lack of coverage by the mainstream media, of the March for Life.

Don Kroah talks with Gary Chapman about his book “The Five Love Languages.”

John Hall and Kathy Emmons talk with Michelle Van Loon about her article in Christianity Today about a church that asked its older member to stop coming…for a while.

Bob Burney talks about Vice President Pence’s visit to a church that preaches marriage between a man and a woman, a stance that some are decrying as “homophobic.”

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