Tag Archives: political correctness

A Cautious Look at the Summit with North Korea


The Christian Outlook – June 16, 2018

Kevin McCullough talks with Lt. Colonel Bob Maginnis about the summit between the United States and North Korea. Craig Roberts and Alison Centofante, Director of Strategic Communications for Live Action, discuss Planned Parenthood and its role in sex trafficking. Don Kroah and Dr. Walter Williams, professor at George Mason University, discuss gun control. Frank Sontag tells us about a side of President Trump that might surprise you. Georgene Rice and Family Research Council Senior Fellow Peter Sprigg talk about how the ACLU of Delaware, and others, believe that parents have no right to know if their child wants to identify as another sex or race. Frank Sontag and Pastor Bobby Schuller offer help to live a more faithful Christian Life. Bob Burney looks at how political correctness is hurting girls in sports.

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State of California Looks to Make Some Church Counseling Illegal


The Christian Outlook – April 7, 2018

Mat Staver, founder and chairman of the Liberty Counsel, joins Georgene Rice to talk about California’s attempt to dictate what type of counseling help is legal and what is illegal. Mark Elfstrand and John Stonestreet, President of the Colson Center for Christian Worldview, examine the topic of school shootings and violence. Frank Sontag addresses troubling statistics pointing to the fatherlessness of our nation’s children. Dr. Albert Mohler, president of the Southern Baptist Seminary, tackles the issue of the decline of European Christianity. Todd Nettleton of Voice of the Martyrs shares with Georgene Rice about the book detailing martyrs Richard and Sabrina Wurmbrand, “Wurmbrand, Tortured for Christ.” Julie Woodley joins Mark Elfstrand to share details of her nightmarish childhood, and the people she thought she could trust and turn to for help, but betrayed her. Bob Burney explains the latest stop on the unstoppable locomotive of political correctness that has barreled through colleges and workplaces, sparing almost no one.

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