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In this episode of Drunk Ex-Pastors we break down the second (and final) presidential debate, and then discuss the new Spike Lee film, Da 5 Bloods which, you may be surprised to learn, is not about street gangs in L.A. We discuss the rise of right-wing militias and how stupid they are (the militias themselves are stupid, yes, but the people in them…
 
Last week we were reminded- you - me, we are of a different order. As believers,-though we may be in the world, we are no longer of the world because Christ has called us-out of the world. Translation- we're not in the dark, asleep -spiritually- to the times --seasons to which we've been called. You -as a child of God- are sons of light, sons of th…
 
Who here today is rapture ready-- Paul has been speaking to the Thessalonian-believers in a manner that is so fantastic, so dramatic that if it weren't so painstakingly,-inescapably, unavoidably clear it would be hard to believe- That the day will come when-the Lord Himself will descend from heaven w-a shout, w-the voice of an archangel, --w-the tr…
 
We begin this episode of Drunk Ex-Pastors with a voicemail reminding us of what a heartthrob Johnny Depp used to be, and then we reap some financial benefits from one of us having a stroke. We hear from a caller asking about the church’s moral authority (or lack thereof), and then respond to another listener about how to run a successful commune. W…
 
We begin this episode of Drunk Ex-Pastors by discussing the issue of aging, and trying to figure out if we will start to notice getting older and older. Since it’s an election season we talk politics a bit, going over Trump’s recent COVID diagnosis, the debates, and whether packing the court is a good idea (as well as whether Biden would ever do it…
 
A prominent theme throughout 1st Thessalonians is the coming again of J.C. It's-amazing, the amount of doctrine that Paul was able to communicate to them only being-w-them for a few weeks- - It would seem that one the main things Paul sought to anchor-new believers in was the reality that Jesus will come again - that He will establish His-kingdom u…
 
We begin episode #318 by explaining why it didn’t come out a week ago, and the explanation, while understandable, is disgusting. We share our reactions to the first presidential debate, then entertain a listener’s offer to send us to Asia, after which we talk a bit about whether Deism is a good religion. We discuss the issue of ranked choice voting…
 
Paul's experience in the city of Thessalonica was fruitful, yet frightful. Fruitful in the-sense that his evangelistic efforts seemed to be extremely successful. Acts 17 informs us-that some of Jews were persuaded, - -a great multitude- of the devout Greeks, -- not a few-of the leading women- joined Paul - Silas- There was quite simply a tremendous…
 
Episode #317 of Drunk Ex-Pastors opens with a discussion about the U.S. Constitution and whether it’s any good (turns out it’s fine). We talk a bit about academia, and eventually begin discussing parenthood and whether we’re any good at it (turns out we’re fine). We turn our attention to the logistical improbability of a COVID vaccine being rolled …
 
In this episode of DXP we break down our recent trip to Montana, after which one of us recounts a near-fistfight with a FedEx driver, and the other of us gets some pushback from a caller over his hypocritical disparaging of video games. We hear about a recent local crime spree; after which we discuss the new revelations from Bob Woodward on Trump’s…
 
In this episode of Drunk Ex-Pastors we banter a bit about some new TV shows, and then relay an unfortunate incident involving a cigar. We then dig into the issue of Qanon: what is it, why do its adherents think what they think, etc. After the break we discuss a recent article by David Brooks on the nuclear family and whether it was a bad idea after…
 
The best of times, the worst of times. It's how the book of Malachi comes to a close --it all depends on which side of the line you make your stand. In the end, we're either for-J.C. or against Him. We're either hot or we're cold. There is no neutrality, no -lukewarm--mentality that's going to fly. We're either on or we're off, we either believe or…
 
We begin this episode of Drunk Ex-Pastors with a voicemail asking about our experience with divorce and its impact on our lives, and then talk a bit about a post on the topic of Christianity and politics written by a mutual pastor-friend of ours, delving into the issue of Trump supporters and what makes them tick. Toward the end of the show, one of…
 
God's word pulls no punches but gets right to the heart of the-matter -which is always a matter of the heart-. - It has this way of laying us open so that-there's nowhere to run, no place to hide, no just excuses to be made, we're just left w-the-choice to receive His message - repent or reject His message - rebel. The word of God is-the epitome of…
 
We begin this episode of DXP by recounting how the website 23 and Me can be used to either heal or destroy families, depending on your perspective. We discuss intro- vs. extroversion (and by extension whether we could live somewhere like Montana), and then get into the issue of conservatives who constantly think they are being censored (they’re not…
 
Peter wrote, -For the time has come for judgment to begin at the house of God- and if-it begins with us first, what will be the end of those who do not obey the gospel of God--1In-other words, if God deals so -matter of factly- w-those who belong to Him, what will be-the end of those who have disdained --or rejected Him--The point being that -Yes- …
 
In this episode of Drunk Ex-Pastors we had the pleasure of chatting with Katherine Stewart, author of the recent book Power Worshipers: Inside the Dangerous Rise of Religious Nationalism. We discuss the rise of religious fundamentalism in this country, as well as attempt to get inside the heads of Christian Nationalists in order to see what makes t…
 
The book of James holds nothing back when it comes to putting some real world-application into our faith. James makes it really easy for us to understand, if we are-going to be like Christ, then lets not beat around the bush, we need to be adjusted.-Adjusted in our attitude, our words, the way we perceive others and our walk with Christ-itself. Jam…
 
We begin this episode of DXP by describing what it feels like (or might feel like) to pee out a kidney stone. We take a call about Dr. Demon Semen, which leads to a discussion about American distrust of authority. We talk a bit about Jehovah’s Witnesses and their recent attempts at outreach toward us, and then move on to whether Elon Musk is a comp…
 
Outside of the 1st Vs, there's very little known about this particular prophet. In Vs 1-he answers -from whom- -the Lord-, -to whom- -Israel- - -through whom-, -Malachi--.-We really don't know anything else about him. Truth be told -however-, of greater-importance than the man, is the message that he brings. - It seems to me that Malachi was-much m…
 
Episode #310 of Drunk Ex-Pastors is the first show we have recorded face-to-face since the shutdown began a few months ago. We begin with Christian recounting stories about his road trip, and we have the, umm, privilege to hear about some harrowing experiences involving the bathroom. We hear from a caller with a theory about why Americans hate scie…
 
DXP #309 opens with a bit of banter, after which we take a call from a listener curious about everything from our first loves to our favorite rock shows. We talk music a bit, and then discuss the issue of end-of-life care as well as whether we think we will actually live to old age. Ancient flood myths make an appearance (for some reason), and then…
 
In this episode of Drunk Ex-Pastors we recount Christian’s (what is it, his fifth?) trip to the ER and the looming joy of passing a kidney stone (which Jason insists would make him just kill himself rather than face it). We hear more about Christian’s trip to the southwest, as well as about the effect sightseeing may have upon us as people. Christi…
 
In this episode of Drunk Ex-Pastors we take a couple calls from listeners whose lives we have basically saved from utter ruin and to whom we have given a reason to live. We discuss life under quarantine and deliberate about whether we are using our free time as wisely as we imagined we would, after which we talk a bit about opening ourselves up to …
 
I'm not sure that movie could be made that would capture the epic saga that-comprised the life of the apostle Paul. This guy had one wild ride this side of heaven. The-kind of stories that if it were anyone else telling you, you wouldn't be sure if you could-even believe them--He was a murderous terrorist to the Christian community, he saw Jesus ri…
 
We begin episode #306 of Drunk Ex-Pastors with the customary banter, after which we take a call from a listener who thinks that Jason is full of shit. We follow that up with a couple other voice mails from people who think that Christian is full of shit. Basically we’re full of shit is what we’re saying. We discuss the Black Lives Matter and Defund…
 
In episode #305 of Drunk Ex-Pastors we spend the bulk of the show debating the plusses and minuses of the #DefundThePolice movement, as in, Is the demand too idealistic? What would a defunded police department look like for a city? Is compromise with the Right even possible? Is revolution necessarily violent? Our joint-bieber involves long annoying…
 
Paul has been sharing his story- the reason behind his imprisonment, w-King Agrippa. - What a testimony Paul has- From murderous madman to passionate preacher of salvation by grace through faith in J.C. essentially in a single moment in time- He literally -saw the light- when Jesus Himself appeared to him as he was on his way to-punish, imprison - …
 
Episode #304 of Drunk Ex-Pastors begins with some banter about chess and campfires, after which we take a call about whether or not we have ever considered running for political office (the answer is yes, kind of). We discuss the recent Twitter scandal involving Trump and voter fraud (as well as how hard it would be to actually pull off voter fraud…
 
In this episode of DXP we banter a bit, play a couple voicemails about Jason’s novel and the book of Revelation, but we spend the bulk of the show breaking down the recent race-related issues that have arisen regarding “Central Park Karen,” the lynching of Ahmaud Arbury, and the murder of George Floyd by a police officer in Minneapolis. Biebers inv…
 
In this episode of DXP we talk a bit about the FX series Devs, which leads us into a discussion about the future of tech and whether something is more possible if Hollywood makes a show or movie about it. We discuss the potential impact of psychedelics on society in general and atheists in particular, after which we touch upon the nature of hypocri…
 
We begin our 300th episode of DXP with a suggestion for how we might be able to reintroduce the word “retarded” to the cultural lexicon, after which we give updates on how we’re holding up under quarantine. We discuss what effect, if any, one’s religion has on whether he believes in conspiracy theories, and then touch upon the issues of consciousne…
 
In this episode of DXP we reminisce a bit about our favorite music from the ‘00s, and Christian floats a theory about Stones vs. Beatles fans. We then disagree pretty strongly about the best path forward for this country (as in, is refusing to vote for Biden a self-destructive idea?). We hear a caller’s thoughts on the possible cause of Jason’s pes…
 
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