Tag Archives: Craig Roberts

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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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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What Christians Can Do to Counter the Cancel Culture

The Christian Outlook – July 11, 2020

Kevin McCullough talks with Bernard Kerik, former New York Police Commissioner, about efforts to dismantle police that have resulted in skyrocketing crime.

Georgene Rice and Zack Smith, of the Heritage Foundation, explain why the Democrats are so anxious to make Washington, D.C. the 51st state.

John and Kathy, of the Ride Home, are joined by Jerry Bowyer to find out what believers can do to stop the Progressives from manipulating businesses.

Kevin McCullough talks with Karol Markowicz about the cancel culture’s efforts to stifle comedy entertainment and their latest target, the beloved play “Hamilton.”

Frank Sontag takes on the fear generated by the COVID-19 scare with facts.

Eric Metaxas talks with Abigail Shrier about her book on gender dysphoria, “Irreversible Damage: The Transgender Craze Seducing Our Daughters.”

Craig Roberts and Brad Dacus, of the Pacific Justice Institute, look at California’s efforts to ban singing in churches as a way to combat the spread of COVID-19.

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