Tag Archives: John Hall and Kathy Emmons

Pro-Life Leaders Take Action to Defend the Unborn

The Christian Outlook – February 16, 2019

Don Kroah and David Christensen, the Vice President for Government Affairs for the Family Research Council,  take a look at why Virginia Democrats tried and failed to pass a dreadful abortion law similar to what passed in New York.

John Hall and Kathy Emmons speak with David French of the National Review about politicians who have found themselves on the hot seat for college indiscretions, and whether or not they should be forgiven.

Focus on the Family‘s CEO Jim Daly and Senator Ben Sasse speak out against late-term abortion and also share about their initiatives to fight for life.

Georgene Rice speaks with Jason Thompson, executive director of Portland Fellowship, on how his ministry is helping those who struggle with same-sex attraction.

John Hall and Kathy Emmons speak with Cheryl McGrath about at an article she wrote entitled “Life Isn’t About Happiness. It’s About Meaning.”

Dr. Albert Mohler gives insights into the Democrat identity politics phenomenon from his daily briefing.

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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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A Review of 2018 and a Resolve to Practice Kindness in 2019


Christian Outlook – January 5, 2019

Mark Elfstrand talks with Warren Cole Smith of World Magazine and the Chuck Colson Center for Christian Worldview to sum up and review 2018. Mark Elfstrand’s guest, Laurie Higgins of the Illinois Family Institute, explores what is female, what is male, in her piece, “Trans Madness: De-Sexing the World.” John Hall and Kathy Emmons invite Pastor Gavin Ortlund to talk about not only “loving” people, but “liking” them as well. Alistair Begg joins Craig Roberts to talk about witnessing in an increasingly secular reality.

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Remembering George H.W. Bush, Advent Preparation and Understanding Bethlehem

The Christian Outlook – December 8, 2018

George H. W. Bush, our nation’s 41st president, dies at the age of 94. George W Bush pays tribute to his father at the National Cathedral in Washington, D.C. Albert Mohler took a closer look at 41, and what made him a great leader. Kevin McCullough talks with veteran lawyer Alan Dershowitz about what we should expect as the investigation into “Russian collusion” is winding down. Don Kroah discusses with historian Victor Davis Hanson about how President Trump’s unconventional discourse tends to get him in trouble. Mark Elfstrand invites Ryan Reeves of Gordon Conwell Seminary to help us prepare our hearts for Advent. John Hall and Kathy Emmons talk with Jerry Bowyer about some amazing insight into the social, religious and economic climate of  Galilee and why Bethlehem was so important.

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A C.S. Lewis Special: Narnia Unlocked


The Christian Outlook — November 24, 2018

Don Kroah is joined by Max McLean who has brought to stage some of the classic works of Lewis. C.S. Lewis’s stepson, Douglas Gresham, explains the story behind Mere Christianity. Devon Brown, author of A Life Observed: A Spiritual Biography of C.S. Lewis was a guest of John Hall and Kathy Emmons.  Eric Metaxas interviews Joe Laconte, author of A Wardrobe, A Hobbit, and Great War about Lewis’ friendship with J.R.R Tolkien.  Eric Metaxas returns to interview C.S. Lewis scholar Michael Ward about his groundbreaking work, Planet Narnia.

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Kavanaugh, the Court and Abortion


Christian Outlook – October 13, 2018

Judge Kavanaugh is now Justice Kavanaugh and he’s now heard his first case on the nation’s highest court. Greg Clugston of SRN News joins John Hall and Kathy Emmons for a closer look. Albert Mohler provides some historical context on conservative justices and understanding the Constitution. Progressive and “enlightened” school bathroom policies have real and harmful impacts, as explained by Georgene Rice and Christiana Holcomb of Alliance Defending Freedom. Matt Sharp, also of ADF, speaks into how to keep students safe at school with gender fluid children taking advantage of the bathrooms.  Don Kroah asks Everett Piper, President of Oklahoma Wesleyan University, about his point that each individual is a human deserving of dignity. Eric Metaxas talks to producers Ann McElhinney and Phelim McAleer about the movie, “Gosnell: The Trial of America’s Biggest Serial Killer,” the story of the trial of abortion Doctor Kermit Gosnell.

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