The Christian Outlook – April 6, 2019
Eric Metaxas talks to Abby Johnson, the former Planned Parenthood worker who is at the center of the movie, “Unplanned.” With Georgia and other states moving to protect unborn human life, Dr. Albert Mohler looks at the Hollywood elite opposition that could be described as nothing short of bullying. Don Kroah turns to Lou Ann Sabatier of 21st Century Wilberforce for a look at their efforts for the cause of religious liberty around the globe. Kroah talks to Dede Laugesen about the religious persecution and violence from Islamist radicals in Nigeria and other parts of Africa. Kroah finishes the show out by sitting down with Any Keener of Wycliffe to talk about the current risk facing many indigenous languages.Read More »
The Christian Outlook – March 30, 2019
Kevin McCullough and The Wall Street Journal’s Kimberly Strassel talk about the Mueller report. Don Kroah talks with Victor Davis Hanson about his take on the just-released Mueller report. Don Kroah talks with Mat Staver of the Liberty Counsel about House bill HR 5, the “Equality Act.” Craig Roberts and Brian Johnston of the National Right to Life Committee talk about the many states seeking to deny Planned Parenthood from receiving Medicaid dollars. Dr. Albert Mohler shares why pro-life legislation tends to come from legislative bodies that are dominated by Republicans. Bob Burney talks with Dr. Kathi Aultman, former abortion doctor, now an advocate for pro-life about Senate Bill 27. John Hall turns to professor Tim Muelhoff of Biola University to talk about how some coaches are putting winning above everything else.Read More »
Frank Sontag invites Kate Merrick, wife to Britt Merrick—who pastors Reality Church in Carpinteria, California, to share insights from her book, Here, Now: Unearthing Peace and Presence in an Overconnected World.Read More »
The Christian Outlook – March 16, 2019
Kevin McCullough talks with Kim Strassel, editor at the Wall Street Journal, about the lack of anything substantive in the Mueller investigation. Don Kroah and Marion Smith, of Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation, talks about how Socialism seems to be gaining traction. Kevin McCullough talks with Bethany Mandel about one new congresswoman’s anti-Semitism. Dr. Alex McFarland, director of the Christian World View Center, joins Craig Roberts to talk about the importance of bringing up children in the faith. Georgene Rice and Jonathan Butcher, a senior policy analyst for the Heritage Foundation, talk about free speech on college campuses. Eric Metaxas and Professor Michael Behe talk about his book, Darwin Devolves: The New Science About DNA That Challenges Evolution. Georgene Rice talks with Anne Paulk, executive director of Restored Hope Network, about the difficulty now faced in counseling those who want to leave homosexuality.Read More »
The Christian Outlook – March 9, 2019
The Common Good hosts Ian Simkin and Brian From talk to Naomi’s House executive director Simone Halpin about New York’s proposed legalization of prostitution and how that could make sex trafficking worse. Halpin also shares how Naomi’s House is meeting the needs of those coming out of sex trafficking.
The Common Good’s Ian and Brian talk with Fernando Ortega about his Christian music career.Read More »
The Christian Outlook – February 23, 2019
Don Kroah turns to Andrew Malcolm of the Heritage Foundation for a closer look at the criticism of President Trump’s emergency declaration. Kevin McCullough and Sean Davis of The Federalist look at how the judiciary might react to the 16 state lawsuit against the President’s national emergency declaration. Eric Metaxas and Rich Lowry, Editor in Chief of National Review, ask if “media bias” is too soft and mild to describe the media meltdown in how they handle the 45th President. Robyn Chambers of Focus on the Family joins Bob Burney to talk about their advocation for the cause of life. John Hall asks Dr. Kathryn Butler how we can miss the deadly realities of today’s hospital room. Kevin McCullough invites Tim Tebow to talk about what inspired him to produce the now-in-theaters movie, “Run the Race.”Read More »
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.
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.Read More »
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.
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.Read More »