The Future of Evangelical Christianity (is it DOOMED?) and the Fight over Sanctuary Cities – WJH Unscripted (Ep. 13)

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WJH? UNSCRIPTED – The Future of Evangelical Christianity (is it DOOMED?) and the Fight over Sanctuary Cities (Ep. 13)

We are HOURS away from the inauguration of President Donald Trump and I am THRILLED to have Jeremy Weese on the show. And even more good news, regular contributor Jennifer Lee Koh is back. We didn’t scare her away! 🙂

We take a deep dive into why white evangelicals voted for Donald Trump in such large numbers and why Jeremy thinks evangelicals “don’t know how to vote.” Jennifer explains what sanctuary cities are and we discuss the looming battle between federal and local governments over immigration. Thank you so much Jennifer and Jeremy for coming by! Enjoy the show!

LINKS:
Jennifer looking highly professorial in a recent news article in the Orange County Register.

“The Way to Justice: How My Mind Has Changed,” by Nicholas Wolterstorff.

Bryan Stevenson’s TED Talk.

“The Evangelicalism of Old White Men is Dead,” by Tony Campolo and Shane Claiborne in the New York Times.

Music:
“Rap Dreams,” by Lowercase n
“Adventures,” by A Himitsu

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Auld Lang Syne and Reflections (Ep. 12)

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What Just Happened? – Auld Lang Syne and Reflections (Ep. 12)

Happy 2017! Auld Lang Syne has always been one of my favorite songs. But as Billy Crystal famously asked in the movie When Harry Met Sally, “What does this song mean? My whole life, I don’t know what this song means.” Today I talk about the meaning and story behind Auld Lang Syne, as well as share some of my own personal reflections about the past year.

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