Tag Archives: Oklahoma Wesleyan University

The Story Behind the Faith-Based Film that Stunned Hollywood

The Christian Outlook — March 24, 2018

Kevin McCullough speaks with Kevin Theriot, senior counsel and vice president of the Center for Life with Alliance Defending Freedom, about the Supreme Court case where California is requiring pro-life clinics to promote abortion. Frank Sontag speaks with Dr. Everett Piper, president of Oklahoma Wesleyan University, on the latest politically correct absurdity, Lake Ingle being banned from a Christian Theology class. Eric Metaxas invites Bart Millard to share his moving story behind the song “I Can Only Imagine,” leading up to the now released movie that has stunned Hollywood. Mark Morano sits in with Georgene Rice to discuss his book, The Politically Incorrect Guide to Climate Change. Mark Elfstrand talks with Lisa Anderson, the director of Young Adults at Focus on the Family about the trend in premarital sex in the Church. Frank Sontag shares about Simon’s College in Boston that came up with an “anti-oppression library guide.”

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Consequences of Bad Ideas on the College Campus

The Christian Outlook – October 28, 2017
Dr. Everett Piper, President of Oklahoma Wesleyan University and author of “Not a Day Care: The Devastating Consequences of Abandoning Truth”, joins Georgene Rice on KPDQ in Portland to discuss the negative consequences that bad ideas have, which are being taught from our college campuses. Pastor Philip DeCourcy discusses with Mark Elfstrand that both his home country, Ireland, and new country, the U.S, are both drifting away from Biblical principles and how there are serious implications for countries that walk away from God. Also on with Mark Elfstrand, Daniel Huera of Focus on the Family offers steps that dads can take to have quality time with their children. Senator Ben Sasse, author of the book, “The Vanishing American Adult, “ joins Albert Mohler to discuss the problem our children are facing, and now entire nation. We also hear about one of the single biggest factors we need to address, one of learning and reading.

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