I tuned into this show hoping for a spiritual perspective on current issues. Instead I found yet another faux-spiritual podcast that directly or implicitly through its guests endorses ultra-conservative opinions that are NOT required even on a literal reading of the Bible, gives disproportionate time and attention to marginal Biblical issues, and barely discusses those issues that implicate core teachings of Christ (love, forgiveness, charity to the poor) but are inconvenient to political conservatives. This skewed prioritization is telling of the show’s agenda and is inconsistent with the weight given to these issues in Bible.
I am deeply saddened by this podcast as it is further evidence of how “Christians” have been distracted by politicians (and podcast hosts, apparently) from the moral imperative the Bible places on us to be good to one another and to eschew power and worldly possessions. "But if anyone has the world’s goods and sees his brother in need, yet closes his heart against him, how does God’s love abide in him?” I am also concerned at the opportunistic use of a “religious” platform, and moreover the Bible, to endorse what are plainly political views, a concern that is made all the more troubling by the fact the host is a pastor.