Evangelical Pastor/Researcher/Commentator Ed Stetzer drops in for a very lively discussion of the impact of the recent election on the church, what we’ve learned about evangelical values, and whether the term “evangelical” has – or hasn’t – outlived its usefulness. Fun, fun, fun on the podcast!!
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I read Breitbart and listen to your podcast. Dr. Stetzer pegged me as a poorly-educated pew sitter and didn’t even take a breath. There you go.
When did he suggest that people who read Breitbart and listen to the podcast are “poorly educated”? I only heard him suggest that said persons should address the cognitive dissonance he felt would exist in their hearts (which, granted, was an odd way to phrase it, but I catch his drift), between the 32:40 and 32:50 marks. Did I just miss it? If so could you provide a time signature or reference point? Thanks!
kkkwaaaard.I had to listen to this podcast TWICE just to see if Stetzer came across any better the second time around. He did…..definitely not as cringe-inducing as the first. But the challenge to Skye at 37:20 was…….awwwkkkkwaaaard.
And Phil (and crew) – guests really need to know the format up front. This isn’t the first guest who appears somewhat lost with the opening segment. Although Stetzer definitely didn’t get off on the right foot with his bloviating about going out for a smoke. That was simply bizarre.