Tag Archives: Carl Trueman

A Distressing Day on Capitol Hill

The Christian Outlook – January 9, 2021

Albert Mohler analyzes the protest near the D.C. Capitol that turned violent when a portion of the protesters stormed the Capitol building.

Craig Roberts turns to economist Jerry Bowyer to examine what the economic prospects are for American families under a Biden administration.

John Hall and Kathy Emmons, of The Ride Home, talk with theologian Carl Trueman about the opening prayer given by Congressman Emanuel Cleaver as he opened the 117th Congress.

Gino Geraci and Christian apologist Dr. Douglas Groothuis talk about how we should be looking for opportunities for authentic Christian witness in these strange days.

John Hall and Kathy Emmons talk with Clarissa Moll, wife of Rob Moll, who died in 2019 while hiking in Mount Ranier National Park.

Gino Geraci talks about a very helpful pamphlet Jonathan Edwards authored, Jonathan Edwards’ Resolutions: And Advice to Young Converts.

Don Kroah turns to LouAnn Sabatier, of the 21st Century Wilberforce Initiative, to talk about what Christians are facing in China.

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Christian Confidence Amidst Uncertain Times

The Christian Outlook – November 7, 2020

Frank Sontag talks with Jack Graham, pastor of Prestonwood Baptist Church, about how Christians have a great opportunity to share the love of Christ amidst various issues Americans are facing this year, such as the anxiety, depression and suicide related to COVID-19.

Don Kroah talks with Jim Daly, president of Focus on the Family, about the perspective of the Christian in the face of the election turmoil.

John Hall and Kathy Emmons, of The Ride Home, talk with Carl Trueman about his book, “The Rise and Triumph of the Modern Self.”

Albert Mohler talks with Rod Dreher about his book, Live Not by Lies: A Manual for Christian Dissidents, that encourages Christians to be prepared to live faithfully through challenging times. For the full interview of Albert Mohler with Rod Dreher, visit AlbertMohler.com

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Civil Unrest, the Gospel of Peace and the Need for Prayer

The Christian Outlook – June 13, 2020

Don Kroah talks with Derek Grier, pastor of Grace Church in Dumfries, VA, about the protests and civil unrest in the Washington, D.C. area.

Don Kroah and Robert Woodson, founder of the Woodson Center, talk about the need for patient deliberation in response to the protests and unrest.

Kevin McCullough talks with Karol Markowicz, of the New York Post, about what would happen if the efforts to “defund the police” are followed through.

John Hall and Kathy Emmons are joined by Carl Trueman, of Grove City College, to explain why street protests and social media are not helpful forums for any work of contrition and reconciliation.

Bob Burney talks with Robert Jeffress, the voice of Pathway to Victory, about his new book, Praying for America: 40 Inspiring Stories and Prayers for Our Nation.

Tim DeMoss talks with Garry Cobb about the importance of fathers in the family and education in facing the internal challenges of the black community today.

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Life, Death and Hope Amidst a Pandemic

The Christian Outlook – May 30, 2020

Georgene Rice and Josh McDowell talk about how Americans are struggling emotionally, spiritually, and psychologically in this extraordinary time.

Don Kroah talks with Pat Gelsinger, CEO of the tech firm VM Ware, about the challenges faced by leaders of businesses and churches as they emerge from the COVID-19 lockdown.

Craig Roberts and Lanhee Chen, of the Hoover Institute, talk about states reopening as a sign of success.

Albert Mohler looks at the relationship between our secular government and the gatherings for people of faith as states emerge from the stay-at-home ordinances.

John Hall and Kathy Emmons talk with Christine Jeske, professor at Wheaton College, about how the COVID-19 pandemic has hit us where we are spiritually weak.

John Hall and Kathy Emmons talk with Carl Trueman, of Grove City College, about death and how we have drifted away from the biblical perspective of death.

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