Tag Archives: Christ

The State of the Church in Our Fast-Changing World


The Christian Outlook – April 28, 2018

Pastor John MacArthur and Frank Sontag examine the state of the Church and how there is an up and coming revival of genuine desire for Biblically sound doctrine. Albert Mohler explains details of California bill AB2943 that would make it illegal to sell certain books found on book tables at religious conferences such as Pastor John MacArthur’s recent “Shepherd’s Conference.” Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is an evangelical Christian and is convictional on Christian moral issues which, though now too late, New Jersey Senator Corey Booker seemed to think was sufficient grounds to disqualify him. Don Kroah turns to Mat Staver of the Liberty Counsel to discuss what the U. S. Constitution says about the office qualifications. Jesus Christ’s Great Commission is examined by Don Kroah and Wayne Pederson, Executive Director of the group, “International Day for the Unreached.” Emerson Eggerich, author of “The 4 Wills of God: The Way He Directs Our Steps and Frees Us to Direct Our Own,” joins Eric Metaxas. Bob Burney reports on the United Kingdom’s Supreme Court ruling against the parents of seriously ill, 23 month old Alfie Evans, denying further medical treatment outside England and, against the parent’s wishes,  allowing the state-run hospital to “pull the plug.”

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The Risen Christ: An Easter Special


The Christian Outlook — March 30, 2018

Pastor Philip De Courcy of the ministry “Know the Truth” explains the meaning of “propitiation”–the paying of a price in order to satisfy justice. Pastor and radio programmer Alistair Begg helps answer the question of what it means to really believe in Christ by looking at 1 Corinthians 15. Albert Mohler, the president of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, focuses on the significance of the empty tomb in Matthew 28. Chuck Swindoll of “Insight for Living” captures the exhilaration that comes with the recognition that Jesus Christ is risen from the dead.

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