Tag Archives: David French

House Democrats Struggle with Anti-Semitism

The Christian Outlook – August 24, 2019

John and Kathy talk with columnist David French about the anti-Semitic agenda of U.S. Congresswomen Rashida Tlaib and Ilhan Omar.

Kevin McCullough and Jeanne Mancini, President of March for Life, talk about Planned Parenthood and how they are more concerned with abortion advocacy than women’s health.

Don Kroah talks with Frank Gaffney, of the Center for Security Policy, about China and Hong Kong.

Kevin McCullough talks with Rafael Mangual, of the Manhattan Institute, about gun violence and the challenges facing police.

Frank Sontag reviews an article from Skillet bandmember John Cooper about losing one’s faith.

John and Kathy talk with Sheridan Voysey about his book, “The Making of Us: Who We Can Become When Life Doesn’t Go As Planned.”

Bob Burney talks about the presidential candidacy and faith of Mayor Pete Buttigieg.

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After the Shooting: The Root Cause and Comfort for Wounded Communities

The Christian Outlook – August 10, 2019

Kevin McCullough and Max Lucado look at the human side of the horrible tragedies in El Paso and Dayton.

Don Kroah talks with Tim Gilson, senior editor of The Stream, about the renewed interest in “red flag laws” aimed at preventing the mentally ill from obtaining guns.

Dr. Albert Mohler looks at the shootings in El Paso and Dayton from a Biblical perspective.

Eric Metaxas talks with John Zmirak, senior editor of The Stream, in an effort to understand why a young man would do such a terrible thing as mass killing.

Don Kroah is joined by Dr. Walter Williams to talk about racism and how he fears the word “racist” is losing its meaning.

John and Kathy talk with National Review writer David French about former mega-church Pastor Joshua Harris, who no longer considers himself a Christian.

Dr. Albert Mohler discusses the questions, can one really lose their faith and can one who has been born anew be once again lost, without hope for eternity?

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Focus on the Family Brings Life to Times Square

The Christian Outlook – May 11, 2019

Kevin McCullough and Jeanne Mancini, head of National March for Life, share about their experience at the Focus on the Family “Alive in New York” event, which took place on May 4th in Times Square.

Kathy Emmons talks with David French of the National Review about the latest massive rocket attack on Israel as well as his piece “The Law of War Permits Israel to Destroy Hamas.”

Dr. Albert Mohler shares his thoughts on the slippery slope of Facebook choosing to remove individuals they deem “dangerous.”

McCullough returns with Federalist writer Chad Felix Greene to talk about Pennsylvania representative Brian Sims harassing and doxing pro-life teen girls and more recently a woman praying outside of Planned Parenthood.

While on the Ride Home with John and Kathy, Dr. Timothy Muehlhoff, a professor of communication studies at Biola University, discussed the danger of the tongue.

Gino Geraci spoke with Jeremiah Keenan of the Federalist on the shocking story of a Canadian man being threatened with incarceration for calling his daughter a girl.”

Bob Burney takes a closer look at disturbing rhetoric coming from Alabama Democrat Representative John Roberts, which is a telling look into how many pro-choice Democrats actually think, but rarely verbalize.

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Pro-life Cause Gets a Big Boost in Kentucky

The Christian Outlook – March 23, 2019

David French, writer for National Review and Time Magazine, talks with John and Kathy about the deadly mosque shooting in New Zealand.

Kevin McCullough talks with Stephen Moore, chief economist for the Heritage Foundation, about the nation’s economy.

Craig Roberts asks John Zmirak, senior editor of The Stream, about parents willing to anything to get their kids into prestigious schools.

Albert Mohler takes on the disturbing trend in the abortion fight.

Eric Metaxas talks to Shawn Carney about the soon-to-be-released movie, “Unplanned.”

Kevin McCullough invites Jamie Shupe to share about his personal battle with his gender identity.

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Pro-Life Leaders Take Action to Defend the Unborn

The Christian Outlook – February 16, 2019

Don Kroah and David Christensen, the Vice President for Government Affairs for the Family Research Council,  take a look at why Virginia Democrats tried and failed to pass a dreadful abortion law similar to what passed in New York.

John Hall and Kathy Emmons speak with David French of the National Review about politicians who have found themselves on the hot seat for college indiscretions, and whether or not they should be forgiven.

Focus on the Family‘s CEO Jim Daly and Senator Ben Sasse speak out against late-term abortion and also share about their initiatives to fight for life.

Georgene Rice speaks with Jason Thompson, executive director of Portland Fellowship, on how his ministry is helping those who struggle with same-sex attraction.

John Hall and Kathy Emmons speak with Cheryl McGrath about at an article she wrote entitled “Life Isn’t About Happiness. It’s About Meaning.”

Dr. Albert Mohler gives insights into the Democrat identity politics phenomenon from his daily briefing.

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Os Guinness on Our Current Cultural Moment

The Christian Outlook — February 09, 2019

In the wake of the controversy over the decision of Second Lady Karen Pence to teach at a Christian school, Kevin McCullough invites David French of the National Review to share the latest from Immanuel Christian, and how the school itself is now the subject of protest.

Glen Stanton of Focus on the Family sat in with Bill Bunkley to set the record straight when it comes to those who are against “toxic” masculinity.

Don Kroah turns to Marilyn Singleton, a doctor, writer, and pro-life activist, for a closer look at the latest horrific abortion laws and what it says about us as a culture.

Kroah invites Pastor Alistair Begg to share wisdom on how to keep a proper Biblical perspective in a world gone haywire.

Eric Metaxas turns to author Os Guinness for a fascinating critique of our current cultural moment and the forces that gave rise to President Trump.

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