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American Exceptionalism and its Challenges

The Christian Outlook – August 1, 2020

Don Kroah turns to Dr. Everett Piper, former president Oklahoma Wesleyan University, to talk about the Evangelical pastors and leaders who have rallied under the banner of “Black Lives Matter.”

Don Kroah and Armstrong Williams, a black American, talk about the media’s coverage of the Black Lives Matter movement.

Bob Burney looks at the challenges facing many police departments through what we’re seeing in Seattle.

Georgene Rice talks with James Carafano, of the Heritage Foundation, about the criminal nature of what we’re witnessing in Portland, Oregon.

Craig Roberts and Brad Dacus, President of the Pacific Justice Institute, talk about the double standards churches are facing because of state and local COVID-19 mandates and restrictions.

Craig Roberts talks with Dr. Jeff Guskey, an emergency physician in Texas, about what we have learned about the COVID-19 virus and how it is predictable due to the weather and changes in humidity.

Dr. Albert Mohler and talk show host Michael Medved have an extended conversation about Michael’s book, God’s Hand on America: Divine Providence in the Modern Era.

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The Bible: The Book that Changed Everything

The Christian Outlook — July 18, 2020

In this special hour edition, Eric Metaxas speaks with Indian scholar Vishal Mangalwadi about his book titled, “This Book Changed Everything.” They look at how it shaped the idea of democracy and the notions of leadership, how we are indebted to the Bible for our for civility in this cooperative endeavor of democracy, as well as how the Bible shaped the very idea of a nation and America as a nation vis a vis an empire. Metaxas and Mangalwadi finish out the show by discussing how the Bible shaped the West’s idea of what it means to be human.

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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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Poll Finds People More Spiritually Open During Pandemic

The Christian Outlook – May 16, 2020

Kevin McCullough talks with Matt Whittaker about his new book, Above the Law: The Inside Story of How the Justice Department Tried to Subvert President Trump, as they examine “Obamagate” and “takedown” of Michael Flynn.

Georgene Rice and Alliance Defending Freedom senior counsel Tyson Langhofer discuss how conservative college students are treated quite differently than liberal students.

Kevin McCullough talks with Charmaine Yoest of the Heritage Foundation about the conflicting data used to sift through the Coronavirus news.

Frank Sontag talks with author Lee Strobel to ask where God is during times of crisis.

Eric Metaxas talks with Karen Swallow Prior, award-winning professor of English at Liberty University, about how she has discovered a more focused way of navigating the classics, including “Sense and Sensibility” and “Heart of Darkness.”

John and Kathy, talk with writer David French about the horrifying story of the killing of Ahmaud Arbery.

Bob Burney examines the restrictions placed on churches by government officials during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Prayerful, Practical Help for Families at Home

The Christian Outlook – May 9, 2020

Don Kroah talks with Washington Times national security correspondent Bill Gertz about China’s lack of candor, lack of honesty, and their disinformation about COVID-19.

Georgene Rice turns to China watcher Stephen Mosher, blogger with LifeSite News and founder of the Population Research Institute, for more on the Chinese lab that some think might be the source of the current pandemic.

Craig Roberts talks with David Johnston, of National Right to Life, about the high COVID-19 death rate in senior care facilities in states like New York and California.

Eric Metaxas and Michael Farris, of Alliance Defending Freedom, talk about the Harvard magazine attack on homeschooling.

John and Kathy, of The Ride Home, talk with Jerry Bowyer of Townhall Finance, about the economic toll on jobs and businesses as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Georgene Rice talks with Don Everts about how to maintain a spiritually vibrant household.

Don Kroah talks with author Meg Meeker about her book, 7 Keys to Staying Sane During the COVID-19 Crisis.

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Flattened Curve Gives Hope to America

The Christian Outlook – May 2, 2020

Kevin McCullough and Dr. Nicole Saphier, Fox News contributor, talk about the good news of flattened virus curves in New York.

Dr. Albert Mohler talks about the recent change in British law that forbids sex change operations on minors.

Eric Metaxas talks with John Zmirak about his article, “Short of Another Great Awakening, America May Split Up … Or Worse,” regarding a Harvard Law School professor that wants to ban homeschooling.

Bill Bunkley and Ralph Reed talk about Reed’s latest book, “For God and Country: The Christian Case for Trump.”

Don Kroah talks with Joel Rosenberg, of The Joshua Fund, about a survey that asks the question, “Why is God allowing this? What is He up to?”

Kevin McCullough and pastor and author Tim Keller discuss how some churches are struggling to meet financial needs.

Bob Burney looks at the economic impact the COVID-19 shutdowns are having on those whose margins are slim and monthly obligations are large.

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Words of Comfort Amidst Coronavirus

The Christian Outlook – April 25, 2020

Kevin McCullough talks with Franklin Graham about the efforts of Samaritan’s Purse in the fight against the COVID-19 virus in New York City.

Eric Metaxas invites Ryan Tucker of Alliance Defending Freedom to talk about how some churches are being treated differently than other businesses and other not-for-profits when it comes to government assistance due to the COVID-19 outbreak.

Kevin McCullough talks with Pastor Jim Cymbala, of the Brooklyn Tabernacle, about the fear, frustration, and anxiety caused during the COVID-19 crisis.

Frank Sontag talks with pastor and teacher Philip De Courcy, of Know the Truth, about the questions many Christians have concerning God and how He is using the trials of life, like the coronavirus to bring His people closer to Him.

John Hall and Kathy Emmons, talk with Kathy Keller, wife of author and pastor Tim Keller, about not “wasting the coronavirus.”

Don Kroah talks with Michael Youssef and asks if this COVID-19 pandemic “Is this the judgment of God?”

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