Matt and Anne Kennedy discuss Anne’s sudden flight to Nairobi to help her parents, compare the standard of living for people in west Africa against those who live in east Africa, and talk about parenting solo with six kids.
Matt and Anne Kennedy talk about the pervasiveness of “liberation theology” and how it has shaped the contemporary “social gospel” discussion. We also discuss the superiority of the real Gospel
Matt and Anne Kennedy talk about Hugh Hefner’s life, his death, his influence on men, and how Jesus can plumb the depths of and redeem even the heart given over to pornography.
Matt and Anne Kennedy talk about the importance of thinking politically about church and discuss kneeling football players.
Matt and Anne Kennedy talk about the command not to worry and the impossibility not feeling anxiety. Then we discuss the ACNA bishops’ meeting and their statement on women’s ordination.
Matt and Anne Kennedy argue with each other about the Nashville Statement, the Danvers Statement, the Council on Biblical Manhood and Womanhood, and other stuff.
Matt and Anne Kennedy discuss men in church, Hurricane Harvey, the peril of reading, and they bicker about things.
Matt and Anne Kennedy discuss the prophetic meaning of the eclipse, books, camp cooking, and argue about the Saratoga Battlefield.
Matt and Anne Kennedy discuss the race and nationalist riots in Virginia, the Gospel, and virtue signalling. We also talk camping, cooking over a fire, washing dishes the old fashioned way, and thermonuclear war.