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Priest Pulse S2E3: Colin Chapman for President! feat. Jay Sidebotham, Anna Courie, and Josh Hearne

Priest Pulse S2E3: Colin Chapman for President! feat. Jay Sidebotham, Anna Courie, and Josh Hearne

Season 2 continues as Colin Chapman interviews the famous, the talented Jay Sidebotham. You know him from his cartoons in the Church Publishing calendar but he joins us to talk about his project Renewal Works with Forward Movement. Also in this episode Anna Courie and Josh Hearne come to the roundtable to discuss some religious issues from the election season. We discuss Donald Trump’s sexual assault comments in the Access Hollywood video, how forgiveness plays out with political candidates, Hillary Clinton campaign Wikileaks emails, the religious right and whether Evangelicals forfeit their moral high ground supporting Donald Trump, and the entire election madness. Our Roundtable guests also play a game called “Jesus Christ Super Star Wars” and ask Bible or Star Wars geographical trivia. All of this….and honestly not much more….on the newest episode of Priest Pulse.

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