House Democrats Struggle with Anti-Semitism

The Christian Outlook – August 24, 2019

John and Kathy talk with columnist David French about the anti-Semitic agenda of U.S. Congresswomen Rashida Tlaib and Ilhan Omar.

Kevin McCullough and Jeanne Mancini, President of March for Life, talk about Planned Parenthood and how they are more concerned with abortion advocacy than women’s health.

Don Kroah talks with Frank Gaffney, of the Center for Security Policy, about China and Hong Kong.

Kevin McCullough talks with Rafael Mangual, of the Manhattan Institute, about gun violence and the challenges facing police.

Frank Sontag reviews an article from Skillet bandmember John Cooper about losing one’s faith.

John and Kathy talk with Sheridan Voysey about his book, “The Making of Us: Who We Can Become When Life Doesn’t Go As Planned.”

Bob Burney talks about the presidential candidacy and faith of Mayor Pete Buttigieg.

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Confident Faith in a Fast-Changing World

The Christian Outlook – August 17, 2019

Kevin McCullough turns to Gordon Chang to help understand the troubling developments in Hong Kong.

Bill Gertz, columnist for the Washington Free Beacon, joins Don Kroah for a look at China’s growing threat to Hong Kong.

Don Kroah and Nathan Wineinger, of 21st Century Wilberforce, look at the danger facing religious liberty in Hong Kong as China starts cracking down.

Kevin McCullough and journalist Judith Miller talk about the strange circumstances surrounding the apparent suicide of Jeffrey Epstein.

Georgene Rice with Don Everts, the author of The Reluctant Witness,  offers a challenge to open the door to genuine spiritual conversations.

Eric Metaxas talks with Frank Turek about his response to the question, “Can the claims of Christianity hold up against the proud and loud atheists?”

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After the Shooting: The Root Cause and Comfort for Wounded Communities

The Christian Outlook – August 10, 2019

Kevin McCullough and Max Lucado look at the human side of the horrible tragedies in El Paso and Dayton.

Don Kroah talks with Tim Gilson, senior editor of The Stream, about the renewed interest in “red flag laws” aimed at preventing the mentally ill from obtaining guns.

Dr. Albert Mohler looks at the shootings in El Paso and Dayton from a Biblical perspective.

Eric Metaxas talks with John Zmirak, senior editor of The Stream, in an effort to understand why a young man would do such a terrible thing as mass killing.

Don Kroah is joined by Dr. Walter Williams to talk about racism and how he fears the word “racist” is losing its meaning.

John and Kathy talk with National Review writer David French about former mega-church Pastor Joshua Harris, who no longer considers himself a Christian.

Dr. Albert Mohler discusses the questions, can one really lose their faith and can one who has been born anew be once again lost, without hope for eternity?

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