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U.S. Border Crisis and the Netherlands Turns on Christian Leaders


Christian Outlook – January 12, 2019

Kevin McCullough asks Dr. Albert Mohler about the harsh reaction of Dutch officials to The Nashville Statement, a statement of conviction, summarizing and affirming the Bible’s teaching on marriage and human sexuality. Frank Sontag and Larry Elder discuss the more controversial elements of the immigration debate. John Zmirak, senior editor of The Stream sits with Eric Metaxas to ask if the border wall, in and of itself, is somehow immoral. Frank Sontag asks how we’d like to live our lives in front of God. Bob Burney discusses at an article from the Economist “Why are so many teenage girls appearing in gender clinics?” Georgene Rice talks with Tim Muellhoff about his book, Defending Your Marriage – The Reality of Spiritual Warfare. Bob Burney looks at how the Colorado Civil Rights Commission continues its harassment of Masterpiece Cake Shop owner Jack Phillips.

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Will the Supreme Court Nominee be Good for Believers?


Christian Outlook – July 14, 2018

Kevin McCullough turns to Gayle Trotter of the Judicial Crisis Network to talk about the U.S. Supreme Court nomination. Georgene Rice and Hans Von Spakovsky of the Heritage Foundation examine the future of the Supreme Court and Roe v. Wade. Kevin McCullough speaks with Gordon Chang on the dangerous world of dictators. Mark Elfstrand and Dr. Richard Land, president of Southern Evangelical Seminary look at the spiritual side of immigration. Georgene Rice and Bruce Riley Ashford ask if believers should be involved in politics. Don Kroah, along with Tom Gilson of The Stream look at some Biblical issues that are truly difficult to nail down, like how old, really, is the Earth. Bob Burney takes on Supreme Court nominee protests.

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