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!
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.
John Ray has said in his English Proverbs that “He who preaches war is the Devil’s chaplain.” But what if one is preaching war with the Devil himself? And that just what were doing in this back issue of St. Anne’s Public House.
To better understand what spiritual warfare is, we asked three former military officers to join us. Our first guest is Ret. Gen. Howard Prince, former Professor and Head of Behavioral Sciences and Leadership Studies, US Military Academy, West Point. Jim Wilson, a formal Naval Officer and Director of Community Christian Ministries is author of Principles of War, applies military strategy to evangelism using the Gospel as examples. Our final guest is Ret. Col. John Warden, architect of the air campaign of Gulf War I, and military rock star, who developed a strategic model now known as Warden’s Ring Theory.
Many of our listeners have asked for this, so here it is: our latest issue, Legacy, in one long podcast file.
How do we leave a legacy? The Book of Ecclesiastes warns us that in this world, “There is no remembrance of former things, nor will there be any remembrance of later things yet to be among those who come after.” However, Scripture tells us that there is hope. We’ll never leave anything that lasts unless we die to ourselves and make our aim making Christ’s name great.
Pastor Jim Wilson, has been a life-long evangelist and minister of the Gospel. For the last few decades he has been a pastor and evangelist in the Moscow/Pullman area. Jim is joined by his son Doug, also a pastor in Moscow, Idaho, and his grandson, Nate Wilson, a professional writer who teaches at New St. Andrews College.
Each of these men have different gifts and different perspectives. At certain points they disagree, and those may be some of the best parts of the interview. Thank you for joining us in St. Anne’s Public House. Find yourself a corner. Pour yourself a pint, and join the conversation.