Tag Archives: Gospel

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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“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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Weak Economic Numbers, a Tenuous Link Between Genes and Sexual Identity and the Erosion of Women’s Sports

The Christian Outlook – September 7, 2019

John and Kathy invite Jerry Bowyer, editor of Townhall Finance, to give a balanced answer on whether we are entering a recession.

Don Kroah and historian Victor Davis Hanson take a look at the outright embrace of socialist ideas and even the label “socialist.”

Kevin McCullough invites Glenn Stanton of Focus on the Family to share about a massive study in Science magazine that looked for genetic correlation to same-sex behavior.

Dr. Albert Mohler sorts through the study’s findings on genetics and sexual orientation and how those findings were presented.

Eric Metaxas talks with Denise Harle of Alliance Defending Freedom about the erosion of Title IX and women’s sports.

Georgene Rice and Todd Chipman, author of the new book, “Until Every Child Has a Home” discuss the great gospel opportunity available in adoption.

John Hall and Kathy Emmons talk with psychiatrist Curt Thompson about how cultivating an appreciation of beauty helps us see the beauty of God’s work of grace in the lives around us.

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