Tag Archives: faith

Christian Engagement in Our Election and Our Fast-Changing Culture

The Christian Outlook – October 17, 2020

Kevin McCullough turns to Michael Goodwin of the New York Post to talk about U.S. Supreme Court Justice nominee Amy Coney Barrett’s impressive appearance before the Senate Judiciary Committee.

Craig Roberts and talk show host Bob Zadek talk about U.S. Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett and her testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee, making it clear she has no political agenda.

Dr. Albert Mohler explains why Amy Coney Barrett is such a threat to the Democrat judicial agenda.

John and Kathy, of the Ride Home, talk with Bob Fu, President of China Aid, about why he is threatened in the United States by forces sympathetic to the Chinese Communist Party.

Kevin McCullough turns to Rod Dreher, author of Live Not by Lies: A Manual for Christian Dissidents, examining the concerning trend toward “softer totalitarianism” in our own nation.

Bill Bunkley talks with Ralph Reed about his book, For God and Country: The Christian Case for Trump, that looks ahead to the 2020 election.

Frank Sontag and Tim Goeglein of Focus on the Family talk about his book, American Restoration: How Faith, Family, and Personal Sacrifice Can Heal Our Nation.

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“Faith is for Weak People” – Ray Comfort with Eric Metaxas

Eric Metaxas invites Evangelist Ray Comfort on the show to offer responses for some of the most common objections to the Christian faith — if you’ve ever wondered why God created hell, why evil is so prevalent, or if God even exists, Ray provides thought-provoking answers from his book, Faith Is for Weak People: Responding to the Top 20 Objections to the Gospel. He also recounts stories of engaging people from many spiritual backgrounds, lovingly challenging them to consider Jesus.

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Faith in the Halls of Power: Why American Restoration is Possible – Tim Goeglein with Frank Sontag

Franks Sontag invites Tim Goeglein, vice president for External and Government Relations at Focus on the Family, to discuss his new book, American Restoration: How Faith, Family, and Personal Sacrifice Can Heal Our NationGoeglein will be speaking about his book today (Sept. 23rd) at Pepperdine University at 5:30 PT.

For more information on the event, click here. You may also email sppevents@pepperdine.edu, or call 310.506.7490.

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The Role of Faith in Our Nation’s Founding

The Christian Outlook — June  29, 2019

In this special Independence Day edition, Craig Roberts turns to Rod Gragg, the author of “By the Hand of Providence,” to share about the role of faith in our nation’s founding and the revolution that started it all.

Bob Burney invites Bill Federer, author of “Who Is the King in America?” to share about an effort to remind the next generation of the uniqueness of the American experiment.

Eric Metaxas speaks with Christian writer and thinker Os Guinness for a look at how to make sense of our current populist moment as well as the forces that gave rise to President Trump.

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Christian Wisdom for College Grads

The Christian Outlook – May 26, 2018

Kevin McCullough talks with Kimberly Strassel of the Wall Street Journal who has been closely following the story about the FBI informant that was placed within the Trump campaign. Bob Burney explains how the head of the Catholic Church, Pope Francis, caught the attention of many, with his comments to a gay man in a recent encounter. Albert Mohler shares how the Pope has been giving an informal “wink and nod” to many controversial topics opposed Catholic teaching. Pete Peterson of Pepperdine’s Graduate School of Public Policy and Craig Roberts has more on California Assembly Bill 2943, that is aimed at restricting counseling services and materials related to sexual orientation. Don Kroah talks with Ladi Peter Thompson, his Nigerian guest, who shares about his experience with Boko Haram and the many underlying forms it is taking. Terry Mattingly speaks with Eric Metaxas about the life and writings of author/journalist Tom Wolfe who passed on May 14 at age 88. Author Erica Reitz and Mark Elfstrand discuss her new book, After College: Navigating Transitions, Relationships and Faith. John Moriarty, an Ohio pastor and avid runner, joins Bob Burney to talk about an upcoming a run organized to shed light on problem of human trafficking.

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