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An Inauguration, A Transfer of Power and Christian Perspective Amidst Change

The Christian Outlook – January 23, 2021

The new President, Joe Biden, in his inauguration address, makes a call for unity and a call for peace.

Jim Daly, of Focus on the Family, says there may be cause for skepticism, but we can pray.

Dr. Albert Mohler gives a brief tutorial on the pageant of democracy and the peaceful transition of power.

Kevin McCullough and Charmaine Yoest, of the Heritage Foundation, talk about how the agenda of the Biden administration is very different from the values of biblically minded Christians.

Don Kroah turns to Dr. Merrill Matthews, of the Institute for Policy Innovation, to compare the agenda of the Trump administration to that of President Biden.

Bob Burney says our primary attention should not be the change in the nation’s capital, but somewhere else…the Bible.

Bill Bunkley talks with David Murrow about his new book, Drowning in Screen Time: A Lifeline for Adults, Parents, Teachers, and Ministers Who Want to Reclaim Their Real Lives.

John Hall and Kathy Emmons, of The Ride Home, talks with California Pastor Gavin Ortlund about simple, disciplined gratitude.

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Christian Leaders Respond to Events at Capitol

The Christian Outlook – January 16, 2021

Bob Burney talks with Pastor Robert Jeffress about the difficult days facing the nation as we prepare for the inauguration of Joe Biden as the 46th President of the United States.

Bill Bunkley and Dr. Albert Mohler talk about the ups and downs, left and rights of the Christian worldview and Christians as they strive to find grounding in life.

Don Kroah talks with historian Victor Davis Hanson about the heightened concern for a peaceful set of events for the inauguration.

Don Kroah and Kristen Waggoner, of Alliance Defending Freedom, talk about a critical First Amendment case before the U.S. Supreme Court.

John Hall and Kathy Emmons, of The Ride Home, talk with Daniel Darling, of the National Religious Broadcasters, about how social media seems to be fueling the instinct for incivility.

Craig Roberts and Scott Cleland, founder of Precursor, talk about Google and Scott’s book, Search & Destroy: Why You Can’t Trust Google Inc.

Kevin McCullough talks with Pastor Allen Jackson about how there is a hope in Christ that is in no way diminished in this moment of history.

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Supreme Court Narrowly Backs Churches in COVID Battle

The Christian Outlook – December 5, 2020

Kevin McCullough talks with reporter Karol Marcowicz about the importance of returning children to the classroom from her New York Post article, “School Chaos is Why You Should Teach Your Kids the Truth About Politicians.”

John Hall and Kathy Emmons talk with Josh Brown, pastor of Bellefield Presbyterian Church in Pittsburgh, PA, about giving thanks when things are hard.

Bob Burney talks about the recent U.S. Supreme Court decision that gave great relief to believers and all who genuinely value the Constitution.

Don Kroah and attorney Cal Thomas talk about the assault on churches raging coast to coast.

Georgene Rice talks with author Jill Eileen Smith about her book, She Walked Before Us: Grace, Courage, and Strength from 12 Women of the Old Testament.

Gino Geraci explains Advent and how Advent calendars got their start.

Dr. Albert Mohler recalls when the Hallmark Channel was a place for safe, family entertainment, but now those days have ended, rather abruptly.

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Grace and Gratitude and Love of Neighbor: Thanksgiving in a Pandemic

The Christian Outlook – November 28, 2020

Bob Burney looks at the struggles people are facing in this anything but normal year and why we should still be thankful to God.

David Jones, in for Frank Sontag, talks with Andy Bales, CEO of the Union Rescue Mission on skid row in Los Angeles, about the struggles they face as well as the opportunities they have to share the love of Christ.

John Hall and Kathy Emmons, of The Ride Home, talk with historian and NYT bestselling author Stephen Mansfield about the history of Thanksgiving and why it is deemed a controversial holiday when it shouldn’t be.

John Hall and Kathy Emmons talk with author Rosaria Butterfield about the Christian’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Why Believers Will Always Care About the Defense of Human Life

The Christian Outlook – November 14, 2020

Kevin McCullough and Dr. Albert Mohler, President of the Southern Baptist Seminary, talk about how Republicans are working to slow the atrocity of abortion.

Georgene Rice talks with Jay Richards about his book, “The Price of Panic: How the Tyranny of Experts Turned a Pandemic into a Catastrophe,” that looks at the other side of the COVID-19 pandemic: fear.

Don Kroah and Daily Signal writer Katie Gorka talk about the deliberate effort on the part of many to undermine the values of this great country.

Georgene Rice and Dr. Erwin Lutzer talk about his book, “We Will Not Be Silenced: Responding Courageously to Our Culture’s Assault on Christianity.”

Don Kroah talks with Jennifer Christie, founder of the organization Love Louder, which encourages victims of rape not to abort their baby.

Bob Burney examines a question that has dogged the faithful for generations, do all good people go to heaven?

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Christian Leaders Make Case for Trump

The Christian Outlook – October 31, 2020

Frank Sontag talks with Dr. Albert Mohler who makes a big announcement and explains in detail why he is voting for Donald Trump.

Bob Burney explains his case for the President.

Kevin McCullough and columnist Gail Trotter discuss the significance of the confirmation of Amy Coney Barrett to the U.S. Supreme Court.

Georgene Rice talks with Matthew LaMaster about his book, Of Guilt and Grace: Ten Lessons from Achan About Sin and Salvation.

Eric Metaxas and author/commentator Douglas Murray take a look at today’s self-centered activists.

Gino Geraci talks with Scott Allen about his book, Why Social Justice is not Biblical Justice: An Urgent Appeal to Fellow Christians in a Time of Social Crisis.

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An Election, A Supreme Court Vacancy and the Pro-Life Cause

The Christian Outlook – October 10, 2020

Dr. Albert Mohler explains what Joe Biden says he would do if he were President and if the U.S. Supreme Court would overturn Roe v. Wade.

Georgene Rice and GianCarlo Canaparo, legal fellow of the Heritage Foundation, talk about what the Democrats mean by “packing the court” and the impact that would have on the country.

Georgene Rice talks with Michael Martin, of the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability, about the impact COVID-19 restrictions have had on churches.

Frank Sontag and Chris Gould talk about the gratitude Salem Media is expressing to pastors throughout the month in a special Virtual Pastors Appreciation event.

Don Kroah and author Dr. Wayne Grudem examine the role of the church as it relates to politics.

Bob Burney reflects on the 484th anniversary of the execution of William Tyndale and the long history of the faithful saints that have paid dearly for their conviction to work for the propagation of the gospel.

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What Jesus Really Said about Social Justice

The Christian Outlook – October 3, 2020

Dr. Albert Mohler examines a key moment in the Presidential debate between President Donald Trump and the challenger, former Vice President Joe Biden.

Georgene Rice talks with historian Scott Rank about his take on past politics in his book, History’s Nine Most Insane Rulers.

Kevin McCullough and tax expert Ryan Ellis talk about President Trump’s recently leaked tax returns.

John Hall and Kathy Emmons, of The Ride Home, talk with Astrophysicist Dr. Hugh Ross of the ministry “Reasons to Believe,” about his unique take on climate change.

Eric Metaxas discusses the latest case on religious liberty with Alliance Defending Freedom attorney Tyson Langhofer.

John Hall and Kathy Emmons invite Jerry Bowyer, editor of Townhall Finance, to talk about his latest book, The Maker Versus the Takers: What Jesus Really Said About Social Justice and Economics.

Bob Burney examines the evolving and striking differences between Democrats and Republicans.

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