Tag Archives: Bob Burney

New York’s Abortion Law Highlights Profound Shift in Medicine

The Christian Outlook – February 23, 2019

Don Kroah turns to Andrew Malcolm of the Heritage Foundation for a closer look at the criticism of President Trump’s emergency declaration. Kevin McCullough and Sean Davis of The Federalist look at how the judiciary might react to the 16 state lawsuit against the President’s national emergency declaration. Eric Metaxas and Rich Lowry, Editor in Chief of National Review, ask if “media bias” is too soft and mild to describe the media meltdown in how they handle the 45th President. Robyn Chambers of Focus on the Family joins Bob Burney to talk about their advocation for the cause of life. John Hall asks Dr. Kathryn Butler how we can miss the deadly realities of today’s hospital room. Kevin McCullough invites Tim Tebow to talk about what inspired him to produce the now-in-theaters movie, “Run the Race.”

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A Defense of Life in the Face of Growing Hostility Towards Christians


Christian Outlook – January 26, 2019

Vice President Mike Pence addresses last weekend’s March for Life event. Albert Mohler explains the treatment of the Vice President’s wife and her controversial move to teach at a Christian school. Kevin McCullough turns to Karol Markowitz of the Washington Post to talk about the Democrat’s delicate balancing act surrounding the government shutdown. Kevin McCullough talks with Kate Anderson, of the Alliance Defending Freedom, as Arizona’s Supreme Court hears another First Amendment case from another front in the fight to protect religious liberty. John Hall and Kathy Emmons talk with David French of National Review about the hostility today’s Christians are facing here at home. Eric Metaxas talks with Max Maclean about his company’s production of the play “A Man for All Seasons.” Bob Burney takes a disturbing look into a chilling report out of the Netherlands where some suffering from diseases, such as dementia, are put to death by the medical community without their permission.

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Religious Liberty Celebrated, Contemporary Threats to Religious Liberty


Christian Outlook – January 19, 2019

Craig Roberts turns to Larry Fedewa, of the Washington Times to look at the longest government shutdown in our nation’s history as it continues with no end in sight. Bob Burney asks Pastor Tim Throckmorton to look at the crisis at the border and the innocent victims, the children, that are used as pawns. Kevin McCullough and Brooke Singman, of Fox News, take a glimpse at what divided government looks like. Albert Mohler has an in-depth look at the disturbing new education framework under consideration in California. Craig Roberts asks Brad Dacus, of the Pacific Justice Institute, about the California education framework’s skeptical look at the role of religion in the education of our children. Georgene Rice talks to Kate Anderson of the Alliance Defending Freedom about a women’s shelter in Anchorage, Alaska, that is under fire for sheltering women exclusively. Eric Metaxas and historian William Federer talk about religious freedom and the challenges America faced in its beginning and to some degree still faces today, the separation of church from state.

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There is Hope for Those Who Find Holidays Depressing


The Christian Outlook — December 15, 2018

Kevin McCullough speaks with Dr. Gina Loudon, a media advisor for President Trump, on the controversy surrounding Trump being impeached. Don Kroah sits in with Victoria Cobb, president of the Family Foundation in Virginia, about the story of a Virginia High School teacher being fired for refusing to call a girl a boy. Mark Elfstrand invites professor and counselor Dr. Gary Lovejoy to share tips on how to handle depression during the holidays. Dr. Albert Mohler discusses why comedian Kevin Hart will no longer be the host of the Oscars. Frank Sontag invites Walter Hoye to share from his book, Black and Pro-Life in Americaa story of how he risked everything to save the lives of the unborn. Bob Burney looks at why the planet is doomed if we don’t stop global warming by replacing hamburgers with insects.

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What the Murder of a Missionary in India Has to Say to All of Us


The Christian Outlook – December 1, 2018

Kevin McCullough and author Dr. Gina Louden discuss the media coverage of the “caravan.” Dr. Albert Mohler shares about the importance of evangelism by remembering the death of missionary John Allen Chau, who was killed by a violent tribe on a remote island in India. John and Kathy talk to Josh Gallagher, pastor of Paradise Alliance Church in Paradise, California, as he relives his family’s escape from the devastating fire that recently destroyed the town. Frank Sontag talks with Stasi Eldredge, author of Defiant Joy, Talking Hold of Hope, Beauty, and Life in a Hurting World.  Georgene Rice invites Jonathan McKee to share tips from his new book, The Bullying Breakthrough, Real Help for Parents and Teachers of the Bullied, Bystanders, and Bullies. Bob Burney talks about a recent scientific article that is causing a big problem for those committed to evolution.

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The Faith Community Reacts to Tragedies in California


Christian Outlook – November 17, 2018

Bob Burney talks with Shawn Thornton, Senior Pastor at Calvary Community Church in Westlake Village, California, about the tragic mass shooting at the Borderline Bar and Grill and the massive California wildfires that quickly followed. Don Kroah speaks with Pete Peterson, Dean of the Graduate School of Public Policy at Pepperdine and how the school dealt with the fire that threatened the institution. Anti-Semitism is examined by Joe Carter, editor for the Gospel Coalition, on The Ride Home with John and Kathy, and by Dr. Michael Rydelnik, professor of Jewish Studies at Moody Bible Institute, on the Mark Elfstrand Show. Mark Elfstrand talks with relationship counselor Debra Fileta about prenuptial agreements and the importance of trust. Eric Metaxas is with Michael Heiser for a conversation about his book, Angels: What the Bible Really Says About God’s Heavenly Host. Bob Burney asks if you claim you can legally identify with whatever sexual identity you want, why can’t you legally identify in other areas… like your age?

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Every Vote Matters: How America Could Turn Back the Left


Christian Outlook – November 3, 2018

Bethany Mandel, writer for the Federalist and The Jewish Daily, talks with Kevin McCullough about anti-Semitism. Victor Davis Hanson joins Don Kroah to talk about his article, “Midterm Optics are Bad for Progressives” and how it will affect voting. Don Kroah sits in with Ted Baehr, Chairman of the Christian Film and Television Commission, to talk about the film industry and how many movies in theaters draw from Christian principles. “Indivisible” is a true-life story about the struggles of a military chaplain based on the real-life story of Heather and Darren Turner. They join Kevin McCullough to talk about it.  Evangelist Ray Comfort joins Bob Burney to talk about his book, The Final Curtain, Fame Fortune and Futile Lives, a look at what brings people to the brink of suicide and how to combat it. Georgene Rice talks with Dr. Russel Moore about his book, The Storm-Tossed Family. Bob Burney on NBC’s firing of Megyn Kelly and the double-standard he sees in the media.

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Being Civil in an Uncivil World


Christian Outlook – October 20, 2018

Mat Staver, of Liberty Counsel, joins Don Kroah to talk about the release of Pastor Andrew Brunson after spending two years in a Turkish prison. Mark Elfstrand talks with Os Guinness about his book Last Call for Liberty: How America’s Genius for Freedom Has Become Its Greatest Threat, and the troubling rhetoric coming out of Washington D.C. Author Drew Dyck talks with John and Kathy about the incivility of the Left. Mark Elfstrand turns to Dr. Ryan Burge to help us understand where this disturbing rhetoric is taking us. What happens to all the information we give to Facebook and Google? Rachel Alexander talks to Georgene Rice about her article, “The Creepy Line, How Google and Facebook Manipulate Society.” Kathy Emmons, of John and Kathy, talks to Pastor Tim Keller about his book, The Prodigal Prophet, Jonah and the Mystery of God’s Mercy, and its relevance to today’s issues. Bob Burney catches up with Fire Chief Kelvin Cochran to talk about what he’s been doing after being fired by the City of Atlanta for writing a Bible-study book without the city’s permission.

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