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Billy Graham, the Hope of the Gospel and Heartache After Florida Shooting

The Christian Outlook — February 24, 2018.  Albert Mohler and Grant Walker, the author of the biography America’s Pastor: Billy Graham and the Shaping of a Nation, remember the impactful legacy of Billy Graham. While on with Don Kroah, David French of the National Review, takes a look at the political rhetoric surrounding the horrific shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida last week. Frank Sontag invites Victor Marx, founder of “All Things Possible” ministries, to share about the spiritual and moral issues at work in last week’s massacre. While on with Mark Elfstrand, Josh Weidman points to the horrors of Columbine as the reason he is today a pastor. Finishing out the program are excerpts from a  powerful message from Billy Graham delivered in 1958 in San Fransisco entitled, “The Offense of the Cross.”

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The Prayer that Started a Revolution

The Christian Outlook — February 10, 2018

Following the release of “the memo,” one of the top reporters covering the story, Kimberly Strassel of the Wall Street Journal visited Kevin McCullough to talk about the latest.  Victor Davis Hanson of the National Review also weighs in to discuss the memo and what it means for President Trump. Dr. Albert Mohler, president of the Southern Baptist Seminary, joins Eric Metaxas to discuss his brand new book, “The Prayer that Turns the World Upside Down: The Lord’s Prayer as a Manifesto for Revolution.” Craig Roberts invites author Paul Borthwick to discuss how we can be more internationally mission-oriented, even without visiting a foreign country. Eric Metaxas invites producer Mark Joesph, the author of “Rock Gets Religion: The Battle for the Soul of the Devil’s Music” to share how Christians can shape culture. Don Kroah speaks with Dr. Alveda King, niece of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on the highlights of President Trump’s State of the Union address that she feels Americans need to hear.

 

 

 

 

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