Tag Archives: Glen Stanton

Os Guinness on Our Current Cultural Moment

The Christian Outlook — February 09, 2019

In the wake of the controversy over the decision of Second Lady Karen Pence to teach at a Christian school, Kevin McCullough invites David French of the National Review to share the latest from Immanuel Christian, and how the school itself is now the subject of protest.

Glen Stanton of Focus on the Family sat in with Bill Bunkley to set the record straight when it comes to those who are against “toxic” masculinity.

Don Kroah turns to Marilyn Singleton, a doctor, writer, and pro-life activist, for a closer look at the latest horrific abortion laws and what it says about us as a culture.

Kroah invites Pastor Alistair Begg to share wisdom on how to keep a proper Biblical perspective in a world gone haywire.

Eric Metaxas turns to author Os Guinness for a fascinating critique of our current cultural moment and the forces that gave rise to President Trump.

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Why the Immigration Debate Shut Down the Government

The Christian Outlook — January 27, 2018

Kevin McCullough invites Sarah Westwood, White House reporter for the Washington Examiner, to share about why the short-lived government shutdown was a bad move for Senate Democrats. David Inserra, a policy analyst at the Heritage Foundation, sat in with Georgene Rice to discuss the DACA controversy and what is the right way to handle illegal immigration. While on with Don Kroah, Monica Burke of the Heritage foundation shares the good news concerning a recent Supreme Court decision and why it was favorable for believers. Albert Mohler recaps the 45th anniversary of the Roe v Wade decision and the  March for Life that took place in Washington D.C. Bill Bunkley invites Glen Stanton, director for Family Formation Studies at Focus on the Family, to discuss the Leftist’s decades-old overpopulation rallying cry. Bob Burney explains the deeper issues of healthcare nets. Finishing up, Albert Mohler returns to discuss what role our faith plays in government.

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