Could Whiskey be as wonderful and noble as wine? Does it have subtlety? Is there an art to tasting it and savoring the differences between different kinds? In this two part issue of St. Anne’s Public House, we argue yes. Come taste and see, and get ready for a surprise!
Welcome to the second half of our Evangelical Tribute to Whiskey. While the first side was the sober side, this side is not so much. It’s filled with drinking songs, strange interviews and other oddities. In this podcast we speak with interview a tabloid writer. In the Pub we also have an alien abductee an the doctor who removed his alien implant. Enjoy!
Jim Wilson is the founder of Community Christian Ministries in Moscow, ID. He has faithfully served as a pastor and evangelist for over forty years. Recently he delivered a remarkable series of talks on masculinity and Christian leadership. Community Christian Ministries and St. Anne’s Public House have partnered to bring our listeners this series of talks, and you will find them scattered in between other content we will be bringing you over the next few months. In this episode, Jim Wilson explains the source of a man’s authority and how that authority influences his family.
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John Battelle, co-founder of Wired magazine writes in his book The Search, that 30% of the Internet is pornography. Any Christian who wants to be faithful in the present age must discern how to live in a world saturated in porn. Given that pornography is a controversial topic we have invited two controversial guests to join us in the Pub to talk about it: Craig Gross, author of The Dirty Little Secret: Uncovering the Truth Behind Porn and founder of xxxchurch.com and Douglas Wilson, author of Fidelity: How to Be a One Woman Man.
Jason Farley has written a delightful little book titled In Pursuit of Kindness. Click this link to find it on Amazon. You may be surprised to know that kindness is not listed among the attributes of God in most systematic theologies. Jason joined us in St. Anne’s Pub to talk about his book and to explain why kindness has become God’s lost attribute. Jason also shows how understanding God’s kindness will impact the way we relate to God and how we love our families.