Tag Archives: Craig Roberts

Pro-Abortion Senate Defeats Born-Alive Bill Protecting Babies: Craig Roberts with Brian Johnston


Craig Roberts talks with Brian Johnston, Western Director of the National Right to Life Committee and Chairman of the California ProLife Council, about the Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act failed passage in the Senate by a vote of 56-41.

Also defeated was the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act, which failed passage by a vote of 53-42.

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The Scouts Go Bankrupt; Planned Parenthood Enters the High School Campus

The Christian Outlook – February 22, 2020

Bill Bunkley talks with John Stemberger of Trail Life USA, about the Boy Scouts filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in the wake of sexual abuse allegations.

Albert Mohler reflects on some of the broader lessons learned from the Boy Scout story.

Craig Roberts talks with Brian Johnston, Western Director of the National Right to Life Committee, about how Planned Parenthood is targeting our kids in schools.

Kevin McCullough and former federal prosecutor Andrew McCarthy talk about San Francisco’s new District Attorney who has made it his mission not to uphold the law, but to defend and protect lawbreakers.

Eric Metaxas and Dr. Meg Meeker, a contributor to Focus on the Family, look at the dramatic wave of teenaged youth who identify as transgender.

Georgene Rice and Dave Harvey talk about his new book on marriage, “I Still Do! Growing Closer and Stronger through Life’s Defining Moments.”

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Why are Millennials Leaving the Church? Craig Roberts with Rick Durst and Max Stabenow

Craig Roberts talks with Rick Durst, Professor of Historical Theology at Gateway Seminary, and Max Stabenow, Director of the Bay Area Gateway Seminary Campus, address the increasing trend of Millenials leaving the Church.

They also answer the questions, “What do young people mean when they say they are Christians?” and  “What does the faith of the younger generation look like?”

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How Does a Believer Handle a Changing World?

The Christian Outlook – November 16, 2019

Kevin McCullough and Kristin Tate of The Hill discuss what happened and what didn’t on day one of the House impeachment hearings.

Albert Mohler highlights a conservative leader in Canada who struggles with the politically correct answer to the question: Is homosexuality a sin?

Pastor Andrew Brunson, who was arrested in late 2016 and imprisoned in Turkey for two years, tells his story to John and Kathy on The Ride Home.

Frank Sontag discusses why one of America’s most popular preachers, Francis Chan, would leave for the mission field in Hong Kong.

Craig Roberts talks with Pastor Andrew Chivarilla of Elkhart Church of Christ about the role of the pulpit as progressives try to chip away at religious liberty.

Pastor Bill Glaze of Bethany Baptist Church explains the importance of couples praying together on The Ride Home with John and Kathy.

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Democratic Candidates Make It Clear: Religious Liberty Is at Risk

The Christian Outlook – October 19, 2019

Don Kroah talks with Nathan Wineinger, of 21st Century Wilberforce, about the National Basketball Association’s relationship with communist China.

Frank Sontag talks about the intersection of political and cultural agendas in sports.

Albert Mohler talks about Democratic Presidential candidate Beto O’Rourke, who made it clear how he’d deal with tax exemptions for traditionally-minded churches.

Craig Roberts talks with Sean Litton, of the International Justice Mission, about the many forms of slavery still happening today.

Eric Metaxas invites writer and scholar Os Guinness to discuss his latest book, “Carpe Diem Redeemed: Seizing the Day, Discerning the Times.”

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Cases Before Supreme Court Have Big Impact on Christians

The Christian Outlook – October 12, 2019

Eric Metaxas talks with Alliance Defending Freedom‘s Kristen Waggoner about the trans-gender dress code case now before the U.S. Supreme Court.

Kevin McCullough and Federalist writer Margot Cleveland talk about a case before the U.S. Supreme Court that could chip away at Roe v. Wade.

Kevin McCullough shares a key moment from New York Republican Congressmen Lee Zeldin, who is fired up about Dems attempt to impeach President Trump.

Don Kroah talks with Fred Fleitz, President and CEO of the Center for Security Policy about the impeachment whistleblower and California Congressman Adam Schiff.

Georgene Rice talks to author Sean McDowell about his optimism with the next generation.

Bob Burney talks about the forgiveness shown by the brother of a man killed by an off-duty policewoman.

Craig Roberts and Dr. Robert Jeffress discuss his book, “A Place Called Heaven.”

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