Tag Archives: Economy

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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Prayerful, Practical Help for Families at Home

The Christian Outlook – May 9, 2020

Don Kroah talks with Washington Times national security correspondent Bill Gertz about China’s lack of candor, lack of honesty, and their disinformation about COVID-19.

Georgene Rice turns to China watcher Stephen Mosher, blogger with LifeSite News and founder of the Population Research Institute, for more on the Chinese lab that some think might be the source of the current pandemic.

Craig Roberts talks with David Johnston, of National Right to Life, about the high COVID-19 death rate in senior care facilities in states like New York and California.

Eric Metaxas and Michael Farris, of Alliance Defending Freedom, talk about the Harvard magazine attack on homeschooling.

John and Kathy, of The Ride Home, talk with Jerry Bowyer of Townhall Finance, about the economic toll on jobs and businesses as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Georgene Rice talks with Don Everts about how to maintain a spiritually vibrant household.

Don Kroah talks with author Meg Meeker about her book, 7 Keys to Staying Sane During the COVID-19 Crisis.

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Flattened Curve Gives Hope to America

The Christian Outlook – May 2, 2020

Kevin McCullough and Dr. Nicole Saphier, Fox News contributor, talk about the good news of flattened virus curves in New York.

Dr. Albert Mohler talks about the recent change in British law that forbids sex change operations on minors.

Eric Metaxas talks with John Zmirak about his article, “Short of Another Great Awakening, America May Split Up … Or Worse,” regarding a Harvard Law School professor that wants to ban homeschooling.

Bill Bunkley and Ralph Reed talk about Reed’s latest book, “For God and Country: The Christian Case for Trump.”

Don Kroah talks with Joel Rosenberg, of The Joshua Fund, about a survey that asks the question, “Why is God allowing this? What is He up to?”

Kevin McCullough and pastor and author Tim Keller discuss how some churches are struggling to meet financial needs.

Bob Burney looks at the economic impact the COVID-19 shutdowns are having on those whose margins are slim and monthly obligations are large.

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Our Obligations to Neighbor Amidst Coronavirus

The Christian Outlook – March 28, 2020

Kevin McCullough talks with Washington Examiner‘s Byron York about the coronavirus and the soaring caseloads, especially in New York.

Kevin McCullough and former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich contrast the coronavirus outbreak in  Italy to the outbreak New York.

Frank Sontag talks with Ralph Drollinger, founder of Capitol Ministries in Washington, D.C., about the economic toll the Coronavirus crisis is taking.

John Hall and Kathy Emmons talk with Rosaria Butterfield about how we can help our neighbors in this trying time.

Bob Burney looks at how the gods with which Americans used to spend countless hours have fallen during this coronavirus.

John and Kathy talk with Megan Hill, editor with Gospel Coalition, about prayer, especially family prayer, during trying times like these.

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Weak Economic Numbers, a Tenuous Link Between Genes and Sexual Identity and the Erosion of Women’s Sports

The Christian Outlook – September 7, 2019

John and Kathy invite Jerry Bowyer, editor of Townhall Finance, to give a balanced answer on whether we are entering a recession.

Don Kroah and historian Victor Davis Hanson take a look at the outright embrace of socialist ideas and even the label “socialist.”

Kevin McCullough invites Glenn Stanton of Focus on the Family to share about a massive study in Science magazine that looked for genetic correlation to same-sex behavior.

Dr. Albert Mohler sorts through the study’s findings on genetics and sexual orientation and how those findings were presented.

Eric Metaxas talks with Denise Harle of Alliance Defending Freedom about the erosion of Title IX and women’s sports.

Georgene Rice and Todd Chipman, author of the new book, “Until Every Child Has a Home” discuss the great gospel opportunity available in adoption.

John Hall and Kathy Emmons talk with psychiatrist Curt Thompson about how cultivating an appreciation of beauty helps us see the beauty of God’s work of grace in the lives around us.

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