TCO 7/9/16: Yuval Levin’s “The Fractured Republic”

Georgene Rice spoke with Ken Klukowski of the “First Liberty Institute” about a case that the Supreme Court refused to hear and why that is important for those concerned with religious freedom. How has the Supreme Court become more activist over the years and how has that been detrimental? Carmen Fowler LaBerge talked with Mat Staver of the Liberty Counsel. Bill Bunkley spoke with Bruce Hausknect of Focus on the Family about what we can expect now from the pro-abortion lobby. Don Kroah turned to Paul Kengor of Grove City College to learn more about the Marxist roots of the left’s destruction of the family. Yuval Levin, author of “Fractured Republic” talked with Dr. Albert Mohler about the consequences of the sexual revolution of the 1960s and 1970s. Hymn writer Keith Getty is re-releasing the hymn “Facing a Task Unfinished”. He spoke with Eric Metaxas.

 

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TCO 7/2/16: Supreme Court Strikes Down Pro-Life Law

President of Biola University Barry Corey joined Frank Sontag in Los Angeles to talk about a California bill that threatens the religious liberty of Christian schools. The Pacific Justice Institute’s Brad Dacus spoke with Craig Roberts in San Francisco about the California bill. Penny Nance, CEO and president of Concerned Women for America, talked with Kevin McCullough in New York City about the Supreme Court’s decision to strike down a bill protecting women’s health. The Director of the Center for Human Dignity at the Family Research Council touched on the same topic with Georgene Rice in Portland. Reporter John Zmirak discussed the ramifications of Brexit with syndicated host Eric Metaxas. Author Tom Gilson joined Craig Roberts to discuss how Christian parents can discuss homosexuality with their kids. Dr. Albert Mohler examined the decision by conservative George Will to leave the Republican Party.

 

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TCO 6/25/16: Did Jesus Have a Wife?

John Lott, author of “The War on Guns: Arming Yourself Against Gun Control Lies” joined Georgene Rice. Author and commentator Joe Murray continued the discussion on gun control with Craig Roberts. Eric Metaxas talked about what it will take to preserve the American republic in relation to his new book “If You Can Keep It” with Mark Elfstrand. Elaine Donnelly, president of the Center for Military Readiness, told Don Kroah why she is opposed to women being drafted. Jim Daly, president of Focus on the Family, has recently authored the book, “Marriage Done Right: One Man and One Woman.” He joined Bill Bunkley to talk about it. Did Jesus have a wife? Albert Mohler reports on the latest fraud and how it was exposed.

 

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TCO 6/18/16: Mourn with Those Who Mourn

Georgene Rice turned to the Heritage Foundation’s Peter Brookes to discuss the terror attack in Orlando. Bill Bunkley was joined by Sebastian Gorka, author of “Defeating Jihad.” Kevin McCullough asked former New York City Police Commissioner Bernie Kerik if we are safer today from terrorist attacks than before. Mat Staver of the Liberty Counsel was a guest on Don Kroah’s program to argue that Christians are not to blame for the attack. Bob Burney shared what happened when a doctor pressured a mother to abort her baby because the baby had down syndrome. The mother’s response will inspire you. Kroah spoke with Dr. Meg Meeker, author of “Strong Fathers, Strong Daughters: 10 Secrets Every Father Should Know.” Bob Burney closes the program with his thoughts on how Christians should respond to the Orlando massacre.

 

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TCO 6/11/16: The Numerous Benefits of Marriage

Dr. Samuel Gregg, director of research at the Acton Institute, joined the Georgene Rice Show to discuss how socialism brings countries to ruin. David Curry of Open Doors talked with Mark Elfstrand about how ISIS is eliminating Christians in the Middle East. Dr. Everett Piper, president of Oklahoma Wesleyan University, sat down with Bill Bunkley to talk about political correctness on college campuses. Liberty University Professor Dr. Karen Swallow Prior offers John & Kathy a new perspective on transgenderism. Focus on the Family’s Glenn Stanton spoke with Bill Bunkley about the benefits of marriage. Boris Vujucic discusses with Frank Sontag what it was like raising a child without arms or legs. Dr. Marcus Warner has tapped into the concept of joy to improve leadership.

 

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TCO 6/4/16: “The Faith of Christopher Hitchens”

In a special edition of The Christian Outlook we look at the life and legacy of one of the most prominent atheists, the late Christopher Hitchens who died of esophageal cancer in 2011. We look at his life through the lens of Larry Taunton of “Fixed Point” ministries, a man who not only debated Hitchens, but who befriended him as well. Taunton wrote of his friendship with Hitchens in his book “The Faith of Christopher Hitchens.” He describes how Hitchens’ atheism just didn’t fit the full pattern of most other atheists. Taunton sat down for an extensive conversation with Salem Media’s Eric Metaxas and his “Socrates in the City” event.

 

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TCO 5/28/16: “Unparalleled: How Christianity’s Uniqueness Makes it Compelling”

Kevin McCullough turns to Owen Strachan of the Council on Biblical Manhood and Womanhood to discuss the gender revolution in the U.S. Albert Mohler speaks about the United Methodist Church and the sexual revolution. Lisa Anderson of Focus on the Family joins Mark Elfstrand to discuss the latest statistic that only 22 percent of millennials attend church. Elfstrand interviews Russell Moore of the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission on the same topic.  Sean McDowell is trying to reach out to the next generation. He speaks with Frank Sontag. Jared Wilson shares thoughts from his latest book, “Unparalleled: How Christianity’s Uniqueness Makes it Compelling.”

 

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TCO 5/21/16: The Life and Martyrdom of Olympic Runner Eric Liddell

Don Kroah speaks with Focus on the Family’s Bruce Hausknecht about the new bathroom policy being forced on public schools by the Obama administration. Georgene Rice turns to John Malcolm of the Heritage Foundation to learn more about how the Obama administration is blackmailing the public schools into complying with its extreme, sexual agenda. Craig Roberts wraps up the same topic with columnist Joe Murray. Rice sorts out a small win for religious liberty in the courts with Maureen Ferguson of the Catholic Association. The senior pastor of the Christian Cultural Center in Brooklyn joins Don Kroah to talk about his book, “Four Things Women Want From a Man.” Eric Metaxas interviews author Duncan Hamilton about the life and martyrdom of Olympic runner Eric Liddell. Liddell’s life was portrayed in the 1981 film “Chariots of Fire.”

 

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TCO 5/14/16: “You Are What You Love”

Mark Elfstrand interviewed National Review’s David French about the possibility of a third party candidate jumping into the presidential race. Elfstrand talked with Kerby Anderson of Probe Ministries about the importance of voting even if you can’t vote for the highest office in the land. Georgene Rice spoke with John Pudaite of Bibles for the World about the International Day of Prayer for the Unreached. Rice also spoke with Chris Gacek of the Family Research Council about the federal government’s heavy handed efforts to squash a bathroom law in North Carolina. On the Eric Metaxas Show, James Smith shared thoughts from his new book, “You Are What You Love.”

 

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TCO 5/7/16: “Every Bitter Thing Is Sweet”

Talk show host Kevin McCullough joined the Eric Metaxas Show to give his analysis on Donald Trump’s primary win in Indiana. President of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary Albert Mohler explains why Trump’s win is rather sobering. The American Family Association’s Walker Wildmon tells why his organization started a boycott against Target’s bathroom policy. David French of the National Review discussed the Target boycott with John & Kathy. Bob Hall and Bruce Feathers are working to bring the mission back to the YMCA in their local community. They sat down with Georgene Rice. Sarah Hagerty wrote a book titled “Every Bitter Thing Is Sweet.” She joined the Frank Sontag Show. Albert Mohler highlights attacks against religious liberty coming from the NCAA.

 

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