Tag Archives: Calvin Beisner

Ours is a God of Redemption

The Christian Outlook – November 18, 2017

Dr. Richard Land, President of the Southern Evangelical Seminary, shares with Don Kroah insights from his article on the Texas shooting. While on with Georgene Rice, Lori Gano details her story of redemption from her book, “How He Loves Us,” and the immeasurable suffering she faced while being raised with an abusive family with mental illness. Following the 100th anniversary of communism, Frank Gaffney, founder and president of the Center for Security Policy, and Jerrett Stepman, editor of the Daily Signal, detail some of the repressive efforts communism has had on millions of people around the world, and how Millennials are increasingly in favor of it.  Mark Elfstrand invites Calvin Beisner, the founder and national spokesperson for the Cornwall Alliance for the Stewardship of Creation, on how incorrectly human activity is often blamed for global warming. Lisa De Pasquale shares with Eric Metaxes some of the funny aspects of her latest book, “The Social Justice Warrior Handbook: A Practical Survival Guide for Snowflakes, Millennials, and Generation Z.” In light of the many tragedies that are happening worldwide, June Hunt, founder of Hope for the Heart, answers the question: Where is God in all of this?

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Joy in the Journey: A Pair of Miracles

The Christian Outlook — September 9, 2017
Calvin Beisner of the “Cornwall Alliance for the Stewardship of Creation” explains the relationship between global warming and the recent devastating whirlwind of hurricanes. Al Mohler joined Kevin McCullough to discuss the “Nashville Statement” on human sexuality. Don Kroah spoke with Tom Giovanetti, the president of the Institute for Policy Innovation, about the recent tax reform legislation moving in Congress. Bob Burney, of WRFD The Word in Columbus, gives us his take on the “stranger than fiction” reality of what happened during leadership development retreat hosted by the Greek Life association from Ole Miss University. While on the Eric Metaxes Show, preeminent conservative columnist George Will laments about events that should be considered embarrassing at Yale. Georgene Rice invites Karla Akins, author of “A Pair of Miracles” to share her experience with adopting two twin boys shortly after they were born. While on with Kevin McCullough, Margi Ross, president of Regnery Publishing, calls out the New York Times for what should be fraudulent reporting.

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