Tag Archives: Christian Principles

The Anthony Kennedy Seat and the Future of the High Court


Christian Outlook – July 7, 2018

Don Kroah talks with Mat Staver of the Liberty Counsel about President Trump’s possible Supreme Court nominee candidates to replace Justice Kennedy. Don Kroah and Paul Kengor from Grove City College take a look at the history of Supreme Court nominations. Albert Mohler looks at a piece on transgenderism in the Atlantic magazine. Craig Roberts and Dennis Rainey offer up tips for parents in our hyper-sexualized world. Don Kroah interviews Steven Mosher, author and China expert, about why we should not overlook the communist nature of the Chinese regime. Bob Burney tells us how we are being lied to about socialism.

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A Look at the Left’s Achilles Heel: Farrakhan

The Christian Outlook — March 10, 2018

Bob Burney examines the controversy surrounding Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan. Kevin McCullough invites economic policy analyst Stephen Moore to discuss the controversial steel and aluminum tariffs that President Trump promises to enact. Kevin McCullough talks with author and columnist Dr. Gina Loudon about the Hollywood-driven-bashing of all things conservative at the Academy Awards. Eric Metaxas invites Brian Bird, former executive producer of “Touched by an Angel”, to share about his more recent show, “When Calls the Heart,” that has grown into a monster hit.  Nick Vujicic shares his amazing story and details of his ministry, Life Without Limbs, with Frank Sontag. While on with Georgene Rice, Deborah Tilden, co-founder of SMART Women’s Health Care shares her powerful story of recovery from having an abortion and what she is doing to help recovering mothers. Bob Burney shares about a rather foolish Facebook moment involving Babylon Bee.

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Why the Immigration Debate Shut Down the Government

The Christian Outlook — January 27, 2018

Kevin McCullough invites Sarah Westwood, White House reporter for the Washington Examiner, to share about why the short-lived government shutdown was a bad move for Senate Democrats. David Inserra, a policy analyst at the Heritage Foundation, sat in with Georgene Rice to discuss the DACA controversy and what is the right way to handle illegal immigration. While on with Don Kroah, Monica Burke of the Heritage foundation shares the good news concerning a recent Supreme Court decision and why it was favorable for believers. Albert Mohler recaps the 45th anniversary of the Roe v Wade decision and the  March for Life that took place in Washington D.C. Bill Bunkley invites Glen Stanton, director for Family Formation Studies at Focus on the Family, to discuss the Leftist’s decades-old overpopulation rallying cry. Bob Burney explains the deeper issues of healthcare nets. Finishing up, Albert Mohler returns to discuss what role our faith plays in government.

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“Walking Through Twilight” — Help and Hope for Primary Caregivers

The Christian Outlook – December 30, 2017

Don Kroah invites Lou Ann Sabatier from 21st Century Wilberforce Initiative to share some of the critical issues that are happening in Pakistan after a recent terrorist attack on a church. Herb London of New York-based London Policy Center joined Craig Roberts to discuss the recent “lone wolf” failed terror attack in New York. Frank Sontag invites Isik Abla, who grew up in Turkey and escaped to America, to tell her captivating conversion story from Islam to Christianity. Sitting in with Craig Roberts, Peter Rosenberger, founder of the ministry Standing With Hope and author of Hope for the Caregiver, shares helpful tips on how to live a calmer, healthier, and more joyful life while dealing with grim realities. Eric Metaxas invites Douglas Groothuis, author of Walking Through Twilight: A Wife’s Illness – A Philosopher’s Lamenton how to suffer skillfully as a Christian.

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Protecting Our Kids in a Toxic Culture

The Christian Outlook — December 16, 2017

Kevin McCullough invited Jordan Sekulow of the ACLJ to explain the latest regarding Bruce Ohr, an associate deputy attorney general at the Department of Justice, and why the focus needs to be on him. Albert Mohler gives his outcome analysis of the Alabama Senate election with Roy Moore and Doug Jones. Don Kroah turns to David Brog, director of the group “Christians United for Israel” on the announcement of the U.S. embassy being relocated from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. Bill Bunkley invited Bruce Hausknecht of Focus on the Family to share his analysis of what he witnessed in the courtroom during the Supreme Court Masterpiece Cake Shop case. John Stonestreet shares with Frank Sontag his insight into the swing vote, Justice Kennedy. Craig Roberts invites Rebecca Hagelin to share how we can protect our kids in a toxic culture as well as other immensely helpful relationship building concepts from her latest book, “30 Ways in 30 Days to Strengthen Your Family.” In celebration of the greatest Book, Frank Sontag turns to Hobby Lobby President Steve Green to explain the different compelling facets of the “Museum of the Bible” in Washington, D.C. Lila Rose of Live Action explained to Kevin McCullough the depths of curruption found in abortion factory, Planned Parenthood.

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Supreme Court Takes Up Critical Pro-Life Case

The Christian Outlook — November 25, 2017

Matt Staver, president and chief attorney of the Liberty Council, speaks with Georgene Rice about an extremely important upcoming precedent-setting Supreme Court case that will determine the constitutionality of requiring California crisis pregnancy centers to tell patients where they can go to have an abortion. David Walker, author of “God and the Transgender Debate,” clears up some often repeated lies about gender on the Bill Bunkley Show.  Victor Davis Hanson shares from his latest book, “The Second World Wars,” a look at how World War II was fought and won. While on the Eric Metaxas Show, Ken Stern, former CEO of NPR, shares how his Left-leaning perspective changed in his book, “Republican Like Me: How I left the Liberal Bubble and Learned to Love the Right.” William Briggs explains to Craig Roberts how all legislation is a reflection of one’s moral code and goes on to explain the limits of legislation.

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