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33 minutes | Oct 12, 2018
Statute Of Limitations
He said, she said. We explore both sides of the hearing, who seems to be telling the truth and who is not. We also explore the disgusting reality of partisan politics and how our government is willing to destroy the life of a presumably innocent man for the sake of their own selfish agenda. Thank you for the support!
37 minutes | Sep 18, 2018
Shut Up and Dribble
This week we discuss the rise of political activism in sports, why we should be skeptical when athletes are postured as social justice authorities and why these topics should be more than just water-cooler discussion. We unpack Colin Kaepernick's new Nike Ad, Serena Williams meltdown, and LeBron James' misguided support. Thank you for supporting the show!
31 minutes | Sep 12, 2018
Standing On Ceremony
With over 1.4 Billion followers, the Catholic church is massive. Most are familiar with the vast organization and how it has made headlines in recent history; however, we dig a little deeper into the darker, more insidious reality of sin and how it is not exclusive to Catholicism.
22 minutes | Sep 3, 2018
With our first episode back after a summer hiatus, we dig into the current genocide of white Afrikaan farmers in South Africa. The politicization of their events in America and why the media is hypocritical.
36 minutes | May 2, 2018
It's All Good
Episode 30 It's a big word, sure, but why is it so important today? We take a look at the massive impact that this distorted grace message is leaving and why it needs to be curbed. From pastors, to friends, it is becoming increasingly common and there is a very nefarious psychological reason why. Thank you for listening!
63 minutes | Apr 25, 2018
Pick Your Poison
Episode 29 We sit down with Marcos Peres, a representative from Florida Abolitionist who is on the front-lines in the war against societies newest drug: pornography. More profitable than MLB, NFL, and NBA combined, the pornography industry has become a monster that leaves destruction in its wake. Marcos unpacks how pornography quickly mutates into full blown human trafficking and prostitution and shares some of his own personal testimony.
84 minutes | Apr 18, 2018
A Puzzle Wrapped In An Enigma
Episode 28 Can men and women truly be friends? Is getting married early a bad thing or a boon? Can we as a collective body of Christ stop doing the butt-out hugs at social engagements? We tackle the age-old topic of love and friendship.
49 minutes | Apr 11, 2018
Pulling the Plug II
Episode 27 We continue our discussion with Melissa and dig deeper into the ethics of healthcare, free markets, death, euthanasia, aging parents, and more!
40 minutes | Apr 3, 2018
Pulling the Plug
Episode 26 It effects all of us. Healthcare has become nearly one-third of all federal spending and is continuing to grow at a geometric rate. We sit down with a nurse-practitioner to discuss the realities of healthcare in America today and discuss some of the ethical dilemmas that have emerged from bipartisan politics and a great moral divide.
57 minutes | Mar 28, 2018
Episode 25 Generating twice the revenues of the entire pornography industry, human trafficking has become a global reality. We discuss the horrific realities of prostitution, child abduction, indentured servitude, organ trafficking, and more in this episode. Why does this cause not receive more attention? Should prostitution be legal? Can anything be done about it?
68 minutes | Mar 21, 2018
A Woman's Touch
Episode 24 We have Nicole and Laura join us for a casual round-table discussion about a variety of topics. We touch on Trump, Parkland shooting, God in schools, the church's role in society, and why we can't have nice things.
35 minutes | Mar 13, 2018
Episode 23 Much like the 14 dark paintings of Francisco Goya, society finds itself hopelessly addicted to sin in all forms. We unpack how we not only seek to satiate our dark urges, but have grown to accept and welcome this deviance. Why?
35 minutes | Mar 6, 2018
Walking In the Light
Episode 22: Part II Continuing our discussion on purpose, we unpack where purpose comes from and why logically it can only come from one place. We discuss the power and implications of having biblical purpose and why it is obvious the world needs it. We also discuss what happens when Man has no purpose.
35 minutes | Feb 27, 2018
Walking In the Light
Episode 21: Part I In part one of this two-part series, we try to unpack the reasons for the recent Parkland school shooting. How have we as a society contributed to the horrors we see on the news? Are we missing something? We try to ask the questions that lead to a deeper understanding for why we are here, what Man was made for, and how we can find out what that is. Thank you for listening and supporting the show
59 minutes | Feb 21, 2018
More Human Than Human
Episode 20 We sit with Aron, a good friend of ours to talk about how technology has changed during our lifetime, how it has impacted our lives, and how it will change the way relationships and morality will be shaped for years to come.
50 minutes | Feb 14, 2018
Apples, Books, and Trees
Episode 19 Coming from radically different upbringings, Anderson and I exchange anecdotes about our educations, contrast how things have changed, and try to unpack the impact of an politically-charged academia. We also talk shop on private schools, testing, and pensions. Remember, we are not experts, but we play them on the internet.
42 minutes | Feb 6, 2018
One Pill Makes You Larger
Episode 18 We continue our conversation with Terry. In part 2, we dig deeper into the spiritual aspect of addiction. How does the Gospel answer questions related to addiction, what should the church's answer be? Is spiritual warfare present among addicts?
39 minutes | Jan 30, 2018
One Pill Makes You Smaller
Episode 17 Part 1 of 2 - Special guest Terry joins us to talk about the realities of drug addiction and rehabilitation in America. We break down what addiction is, what the church's role should be in helping those struggling from this affliction, and what spiritual warfare looks like.
43 minutes | Jan 23, 2018
Goodbye Blue Sky
Episode 16 At the time of this recording, the US Government has just entered a shutdown over voting for the continued existence of DACA, a policy protecting the 'Dreamers;' some 800,000 aliens offered granted citizenship for being born in America. Is this good for the country? Should Trump's Wall be built? Why should Christians care about any of this?
42 minutes | Jan 16, 2018
Episode 15 Hollywood award ceremonies, the Golden Globes, #metoo, #whywewearblack, #timesup, Oprah, Weinstein, the lady in red. We discuss solidarity, feminism, hypocrisy, and why some things that Hollywood preaches may not make sense. Thanks again to our special guest host Emily *CENSORED*
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