Tag Archives: Muslim

A Nation Gripped By Kavanaugh Hearings and a Key to C.S. Lewis’s Narnia


Christian Outlook – September 29, 2018

As the conclusion of the Kavanaugh confirmation approaches, Kevin McCullough turns to a woman who has a long history with Judge Kavanaugh for her comments. People of good will across the political spectrum know that something is amiss. Don Kroah and Kimberly Fletcher of Homemakers for America look at that. Georgene Rice talks to Samuel Hakim about his ministry that is reaching out to the Muslim world. Eric Metaxas interviews C.S. Lewis scholar Michael Ward about his groundbreaking work, Planet Narnia.

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Why Christians are Concerned with Today’s Political Climate


Christian Outlook – September 15, 2018

As Democrats seem to be embracing Socialism, Don Kroah and Dr. Merrill Matthews say they do so in ignorance. Mark Elfstrand talks with Timothy Goeglein, who sat in on the Kavanaugh hearings, about Democrat’s no-limit attempts to discredit the nominee. Frank Sontag talks about Nike’s controversial pick of Colin Kaepernick. Don Kroah and Frank Gaffney look at the large number of Muslim candidates in the upcoming mid-terms. Craig Roberts has Dr. Everett Piper, President of Oklahoma Wesleyan University, why his school is a “university, not a daycare.” Dennis Rainy joins Mark Elfstrand to help parents navigate their kids through the teen years. Georgene Rice talks to Gil Mertz about his book, Forgive Your Way to Freedom, and why it’s important to understand forgiveness.

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Christian Wisdom for College Grads

The Christian Outlook – May 26, 2018

Kevin McCullough talks with Kimberly Strassel of the Wall Street Journal who has been closely following the story about the FBI informant that was placed within the Trump campaign. Bob Burney explains how the head of the Catholic Church, Pope Francis, caught the attention of many, with his comments to a gay man in a recent encounter. Albert Mohler shares how the Pope has been giving an informal “wink and nod” to many controversial topics opposed Catholic teaching. Pete Peterson of Pepperdine’s Graduate School of Public Policy and Craig Roberts has more on California Assembly Bill 2943, that is aimed at restricting counseling services and materials related to sexual orientation. Don Kroah talks with Ladi Peter Thompson, his Nigerian guest, who shares about his experience with Boko Haram and the many underlying forms it is taking. Terry Mattingly speaks with Eric Metaxas about the life and writings of author/journalist Tom Wolfe who passed on May 14 at age 88. Author Erica Reitz and Mark Elfstrand discuss her new book, After College: Navigating Transitions, Relationships and Faith. John Moriarty, an Ohio pastor and avid runner, joins Bob Burney to talk about an upcoming a run organized to shed light on problem of human trafficking.

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