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Christian Leaders Respond to Events at Capitol

The Christian Outlook – January 16, 2021

Bob Burney talks with Pastor Robert Jeffress about the difficult days facing the nation as we prepare for the inauguration of Joe Biden as the 46th President of the United States.

Bill Bunkley and Dr. Albert Mohler talk about the ups and downs, left and rights of the Christian worldview and Christians as they strive to find grounding in life.

Don Kroah talks with historian Victor Davis Hanson about the heightened concern for a peaceful set of events for the inauguration.

Don Kroah and Kristen Waggoner, of Alliance Defending Freedom, talk about a critical First Amendment case before the U.S. Supreme Court.

John Hall and Kathy Emmons, of The Ride Home, talk with Daniel Darling, of the National Religious Broadcasters, about how social media seems to be fueling the instinct for incivility.

Craig Roberts and Scott Cleland, founder of Precursor, talk about Google and Scott’s book, Search & Destroy: Why You Can’t Trust Google Inc.

Kevin McCullough talks with Pastor Allen Jackson about how there is a hope in Christ that is in no way diminished in this moment of history.

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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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Cancel Culture, Christian Witness in the Capitol and Our Cultural Moment

The Christian Outlook – December 26, 2020

Kevin McCullough and economist Stephen Moore analyze the $900 billion COVID relief bill.

Craig Roberts talks with Pete Peterson, Dean of the Graduate School of Public Policy at Pepperdine, about the cancel culture mentality, such as the renaming of Abraham Lincoln High School in San Francisco.

Don Kroah invites senior counsel at Alliance Defending Freedom, Denise Harle, to talk about a recent piece of legislation named “The Virginia Values Act” that threatens ministries and other non-profits.

Frank Sontag talks with Ralph Drollinger, head of Capitol Ministries, about the negligence of our nation’s elite media.

Albert Mohler and Carl Trueman, author of The Rise and Triumph of the Modern Self: Cultural Amnesia, Expressive Individualism, and the Road to Sexual Revolution,” talk about how fast the redefinition of what it means to be human…male and female…is moving. For more of the extended conversation between Albert Mohler and Carl Trueman, visit Thinking in Public.

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Biden Shows His Hand; The Distortions of the “1619 Project”

The Christian Outlook – December 12, 2020

Craig Roberts talks with Brian Johnston of the National Right to Life Committee about what can be expected from a Biden Administration regarding the right to life.

Dr. Albert Mohler talks about President-elect Biden’s selection of California Attorney General Xavier Becerra as Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services and the impact on religious liberty.

Gino Geraci talks with Dr. Ted Palen about how the vaccines to combat COVID-19 might shape the future.

Don Kroah and historian Victor Davis Hanson talk about the strain facing the nation caused by the pandemic and other protests, riots, looting, and vandalism.

Georgene Rice talks with Peter Wood, author of “1620: A Critical Response to the 1619 Project.”

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Christian Engagement in Our Election and Our Fast-Changing Culture

The Christian Outlook – October 17, 2020

Kevin McCullough turns to Michael Goodwin of the New York Post to talk about U.S. Supreme Court Justice nominee Amy Coney Barrett’s impressive appearance before the Senate Judiciary Committee.

Craig Roberts and talk show host Bob Zadek talk about U.S. Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett and her testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee, making it clear she has no political agenda.

Dr. Albert Mohler explains why Amy Coney Barrett is such a threat to the Democrat judicial agenda.

John and Kathy, of the Ride Home, talk with Bob Fu, President of China Aid, about why he is threatened in the United States by forces sympathetic to the Chinese Communist Party.

Kevin McCullough turns to Rod Dreher, author of Live Not by Lies: A Manual for Christian Dissidents, examining the concerning trend toward “softer totalitarianism” in our own nation.

Bill Bunkley talks with Ralph Reed about his book, For God and Country: The Christian Case for Trump, that looks ahead to the 2020 election.

Frank Sontag and Tim Goeglein of Focus on the Family talk about his book, American Restoration: How Faith, Family, and Personal Sacrifice Can Heal Our Nation.

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Abraham Accords Give Hope for Middle East Peace

The Christian Outlook – September 19, 2020

Kevin McCullough and Karol Markowicz talk about the peace agreement between Israel and the UAE brokered by President Trump.

Eric Metaxas talks with Michael Oren, former Israeli Ambassador to the United States, about the new peace in the Middle East.

Georgene Rice and Melissa Henson, of the Parents Television Council, talk about the controversial Netflix movie that promotes sexualized pre-teens.

Frank Sontag takes a closer look at an article by John Stonestreet that looks at the deeper issues with the controversial Netflix movie, “Cuties.”

Craig Roberts and Brad Dacus, of the Pacific Justice Institute, talk about the California bill just passed and signed into law by California Governor Newsom that lowers the penalty for sex crimes against children.

John and Kathy, of the Ride Home, talk with Dorothy Greco about her book, Marriage in the Middle: Embracing Midlife Surprises, Challenges, and Joys.

Kevin McCullough talks with former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani about the rising violent and murderous crime against cops in the Big Apple.

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Christian Witness Amidst Civil Unrest

The Christian Outlook – September 12, 2020

Craig Roberts turns to Lanhee Chen, of the Hoover Institution, to talk about the upcoming presidential debates.

John and Kathy, of The Ride Home, talk with Salena Zito, columnist for the New York Post, about the populist moment and the working-class voter.

Dr. Albert Mohler talks about a case before the U.S. Supreme Court that will shape religious liberty for generations to come.

Gino Geraci and author Os Guinness talk about how the seeds of today’s discontent and violence were sown in the 60s.

Gino Geraci talks with Gene Veith, author of Post-Christian: A Guide to Contemporary Thought and Culture, and how to winsomely engage in Christian witness today.

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