Ryan and Phillip discuss the article from The Atlantic entitle "Breaking Faith". They discuss the growing divide stemming from the end of the culture war. They discuss that the dreams of the end of the culture war have given way to something much more problematic and serious.
Segment 3: Laughing at Trumpcare and Tim Keller v. Princeton
Segment 4: Viva Las Vegas for the Oakland Raiders.
Ryan and Phillip discuss how pastors can serve their communities in local politics with Todd Littleton. The guys discuss the heart behind service the serving communities both as a pastor and as a city councilman.
History Has it's Eyes on You: Todd stick around to talk about the current events happening around the country from the Gorsuch hearings, Obamacare replacement, and most notably, the James Comey hearing.
Segment 4: Dedicated to our fallen brother in Christ, Randy Neal. Todd is given the segment to promote what he has going on.
Community ministries are an aspect of church like that many churches talk about, but sometimes have a tough time engaging in. Brian Lamb of Solid Rock Church in Ft. Worth Texas joins the guys in the studio to talk about community ministries and the work that they have been doing with West Metro Community Church in OKC.
Segment 3: Coach Coleman from Sports Talk 91 joins the conversation to talk about the news concerning Russell Moore
Segment 4: All of the fellas give their NCAA pick and predictions.
Two movies caught the outrage of society this week. One for really dumb reasons. One for valid reasons. Of course the one that got more outrage was for the really dumb reason.
Ryan and Phillip break down the outrage, and break down why on one hand Christians should calm down, and on the other, Christians should exercise a wee bit more discernment.
Plus: "History Has It's Eyes on You" & Segment 4's celebration of the Joshua Tree
Ryan and Phillip had to go Renegade as they had facility difficulties. No matter, the show must go on.
They talk about the importance of journalism and journalistic integrity for both the country and the church.
Journalism is in the news so much these days, it is important to be able to decipher between what is rumors, what is reporting, and what is journalism.
Plus a new "History has it's eyes on you" and segment 4