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Being Civil in an Uncivil World


Christian Outlook – October 20, 2018

Mat Staver, of Liberty Counsel, joins Don Kroah to talk about the release of Pastor Andrew Brunson after spending two years in a Turkish prison. Mark Elfstrand talks with Os Guinness about his book Last Call for Liberty: How America’s Genius for Freedom Has Become Its Greatest Threat, and the troubling rhetoric coming out of Washington D.C. Author Drew Dyck talks with John and Kathy about the incivility of the Left. Mark Elfstrand turns to Dr. Ryan Burge to help us understand where this disturbing rhetoric is taking us. What happens to all the information we give to Facebook and Google? Rachel Alexander talks to Georgene Rice about her article, “The Creepy Line, How Google and Facebook Manipulate Society.” Kathy Emmons, of John and Kathy, talks to Pastor Tim Keller about his book, The Prodigal Prophet, Jonah and the Mystery of God’s Mercy, and its relevance to today’s issues. Bob Burney catches up with Fire Chief Kelvin Cochran to talk about what he’s been doing after being fired by the City of Atlanta for writing a Bible-study book without the city’s permission.

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A Banner Session at the Supreme Court: First Amendment Victories as Kennedy Retires


Christian Outlook – June 30, 2018

Georgene Rice and Jim Campbell, an attorney from the Alliance Defending Freedom, discuss the Supreme Court’s decision on NIFLA v. Becerra. Kate Anderson, also with ADF, explains to Kevin McCullough the Supreme Court’s decision not to take up the case of Baronelle Stutzman, a florist in Washington state. Eric Metaxas and ADF lead attorney Kristen Waggoner talk with Baronelle about the case. Kevin McCullough and Joy Pullmann of the Federalist talk about incivility. Don Kroah talks with Jerry Johnson, president of the National Religious Broadcasters, about Pastor Andrew Brunson, imprisoned in Turkey. Don Kroah talks about Christians targeted in Nigeria. Eric Metaxas turns to Adam Carrington of Hillsdale College to talk about incivility in our increasingly toxic public square and then reflect on the meaning of the 4th of July.

 

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