Tag Archives: Eric Metaxas

Does Science Support or Undermine Faith? A Special Edition With John Lennox

The Christian Outlook – November 23, 2019

In this special edition of the Christian Outlook, Eric Metaxas sits down with John Lennox, a mathematics professor at the University of Oxford in the U.K., an accomplished author, and a Christian apologist. His most recent book is titled, “Can Science Explain Everything?

Socrates in the City, an event hosted by Eric Metaxas, is the perfect setting to discuss with John Lennox the world of science relative to the world of faith, the limits of what science can explain about the world as we know it, what it really can’t, and if science displaces belief in God.

Metaxas and Lennox also talk about one of the most remarkable proofs of a creator, the human mind and the ability to understand that the universe itself is rational and intelligent.

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College Brainwashing and the Diversity Delusion: Heather MacDonald and Eric Metaxas

Eric Metaxas invites Heather MacDonald, a contributing editor of City Journal, and a New York Times bestselling author, to decry what she sees as race and gender pandering that denounces merit-based achievement, enforces hiring quotas, and teaches students and adults alike to think of themselves as perpetual victims. She covers more from her book, “The Diversity Delusion: How Race and Gender Pandering Corrupt the University and Undermine Our Culture.”

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A Special Gift for the Kurds

The Christian Outlook – November 2, 2019

Kevin McCullough discusses the House Impeachment resolution with Jeanne Zaino, a professor at Iona College in New York.

John and Kathy talk with Salena Zito of the Washington Examiner about the candidates pursuing the Democratic Presidential Nomination.

Albert Mohler discusses the death of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi and the spiritual battle being played out on the world stage.

Eric Metaxas invites Bob Blincoe, President of Frontiers USA,  to discuss his effort in reaching the Muslim world with the Gospel, and more recently giving the Kurds a full copy of the New Testament.

John and Kathy interview James K.A. Smith about his new book, “On the Road with Saint Augustine.”

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Court Grants Pro-Life Counselors a Big Victory

The Christian Outlook – October 26, 2019

Eric Metaxas and Wall Street Journal editor Kimberly Strassel talk about the impeachment and her book, “Resistance (At All Costs): How Trump Haters Are Breaking America.”

Kevin McCullough talks with former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer about President Trump and other presidential candidates.

John Hall and Kathy Emmons talk with Kevin Theriot, senior counsel at Alliance Defending Freedom, about a victory in a case against the city of Pittsburgh that had banned pro-lifers from standing on sidewalks near abortion clinics.

Dr. Albert Mohler looks at the deep and troubling study that fewer and fewer people are identifying as Christians in America.

Georgene Rice invites Judy Glenney to talk about her difficult struggle with her son, who declared that he is a girl. Glenney shares from her book, Mom, I’m a Girl, how she didn’t condone the behavior, but still showed her son the love of Jesus.sus.

Frank Sontag discusses the latest claims of climate change.

Bob Burney talks about men competing as women in athletic competition and breaking records previously held by women.

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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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