Tag Archives: Eric Metaxas

Why Terrorists in Sri Lanka Targeted Christians

The Christian Outlook – April 27, 2019

Kevin McCullough talks with Joel Vanderspek, Director of Solidarity International, about the bombing of Christian churches in Sri Lanka on Easter Sunday.

Don Kroah talks with Nathan Wineinger of the 21st Century Wilberforce Initiative about the Easter Sunday attacks in Sri Lanka.

Dr. Albert Mohler, president of the Southern Baptist Seminary, talks about the tension between Christians and others within Sri Lanka.

Don Kroah talks with Dr. Merrill Matthews, of the Institute for Policy Innovation, about the Democrat move to eliminate the Electoral College and Bernie Sanders admission that he believes even convicted murderers and rapists should have the right to vote.

Georgene Rice talks with Hans von Spakovsky of the Heritage Foundation about the results of the Mueller investigation and the renewed Democrat effort to get President Trump’s tax returns.

Eric Metaxas is joined by John Zmirak, of The Stream, to talk about the media’s handling of the Christian church bombings in Sri Lanka on Easter Sunday.

The movie “Breakthrough” is the true-life story of John Smith, who, as a teenager, fell through ice and survived being submerged for 45 minutes. Kevin McCullough talks with John Smith about his miraculous story.

Bob Burney takes a look at the reasons behind declining church membership since the turn of the century.

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“Unplanned” Surprises at Box Office: Abby Johnson—the Real-Life Figure Behind the Film

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.

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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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The Need to Reach Youth with the Gospel of Jesus Christ

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.

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