Christian Witness and Christian Responsibility in Our Fast-Changing World

The Christian Outlook — March 3, 2018

Tim Winter of Parents Television Council and Craig Roberts take a close look at whether Hollywood and the entertainment industry will admit culpability in sowing seeds of violence in light of the recent Florida shooting. Pastor David Ireland of Christ Church in New Jersey joined Kevin McCullough to discuss how our kids need family, the church and more specifically that our boys need men. Mark Elfstrand invites Owen Strachan on to take a close look at a Newsweek report on the controversy surrounding rap artist and poet, Jackie Hilly Perry, and how she hasn’t had the warmest reception at Harvard University following her Christian conversion and witness. Thabiti Anyabwile, a pastor at Anacostia River Church in Southeast Washington, D.C. shares his testimony with Georgene Rice and his book, The Gospel for Muslims. David Bahnsen, a Christian in the wealth management industry, discusses insights from his book, Crisis of Responsibility: Our Cultural Addiction to Blame and How You Can Cure It.

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Billy Graham, the Hope of the Gospel and Heartache After Florida Shooting

The Christian Outlook — February 24, 2018.  Albert Mohler and Grant Walker, the author of the biography America’s Pastor: Billy Graham and the Shaping of a Nation, remember the impactful legacy of Billy Graham. While on with Don Kroah, David French of the National Review, takes a look at the political rhetoric surrounding the horrific shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida last week. Frank Sontag invites Victor Marx, founder of “All Things Possible” ministries, to share about the spiritual and moral issues at work in last week’s massacre. While on with Mark Elfstrand, Josh Weidman points to the horrors of Columbine as the reason he is today a pastor. Finishing out the program are excerpts from a  powerful message from Billy Graham delivered in 1958 in San Fransisco entitled, “The Offense of the Cross.”

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Hurting Hearts and a Searching Generation

The Christian Outlook — February 17, 2018

Following the tragic Florida school shooting, Kevin McCullough turns to Ryan Baitzel, Pastor of Emergence in Totowa New Jersey, to help offer a Biblical perspective on why these tragedies keep happening. Georgene Rice invites Jonathan Morrow of Impact 360 to look at a study of our youth, Generation Z, and where they are with regard to the Christian Faith. Frank Sontag asks Pastor John MacArthur, of “Grace to You” to share insights on the state of the Church. Albert Mohler takes a close look at a New York Times Magazine article detailing the devastating trends of pornography. Owen Strachan, a young theologian out of the Midwest Baptist Theological Seminary, shares about a recent piece he wrote titled “50 Shades of Me Too.” Finally, Georgene Rice invites Dr. David Kyle Foster to share about his documentary, “TranZformed: Finding Peace With Your God-Given Gender.”

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The Prayer that Started a Revolution

The Christian Outlook — February 10, 2018

Following the release of “the memo,” one of the top reporters covering the story, Kimberly Strassel of the Wall Street Journal visited Kevin McCullough to talk about the latest.  Victor Davis Hanson of the National Review also weighs in to discuss the memo and what it means for President Trump. Dr. Albert Mohler, president of the Southern Baptist Seminary, joins Eric Metaxas to discuss his brand new book, “The Prayer that Turns the World Upside Down: The Lord’s Prayer as a Manifesto for Revolution.” Craig Roberts invites author Paul Borthwick to discuss how we can be more internationally mission-oriented, even without visiting a foreign country. Eric Metaxas invites producer Mark Joesph, the author of “Rock Gets Religion: The Battle for the Soul of the Devil’s Music” to share how Christians can shape culture. Don Kroah speaks with Dr. Alveda King, niece of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on the highlights of President Trump’s State of the Union address that she feels Americans need to hear.

 

 

 

 

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The State of the Union, the Fight for Religious Liberty and Human Dignity

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.

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Why the Immigration Debate Shut Down the Government

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.

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