Tag Archives: First Amendment

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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A Defense of Life in the Face of Growing Hostility Towards Christians


Christian Outlook – January 26, 2019

Vice President Mike Pence addresses last weekend’s March for Life event. Albert Mohler explains the treatment of the Vice President’s wife and her controversial move to teach at a Christian school. Kevin McCullough turns to Karol Markowitz of the Washington Post to talk about the Democrat’s delicate balancing act surrounding the government shutdown. Kevin McCullough talks with Kate Anderson, of the Alliance Defending Freedom, as Arizona’s Supreme Court hears another First Amendment case from another front in the fight to protect religious liberty. John Hall and Kathy Emmons talk with David French of National Review about the hostility today’s Christians are facing here at home. Eric Metaxas talks with Max Maclean about his company’s production of the play “A Man for All Seasons.” Bob Burney takes a disturbing look into a chilling report out of the Netherlands where some suffering from diseases, such as dementia, are put to death by the medical community without their permission.

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