The Zippy Crew speeds through a bunch of sports related topics — including the return of baseball — and then turns to the “He Gets Us” campaign, the Asbury Revival and controversy around the old praise song “Above All.”
The boys talk about the Super Bowl, the return of Cardinals Baseball, the issues around Bally Sports financial troubles and more in a lively medley of sporting matters.
The He Gets Us campaign stirred up controversy during the Super Bowl with its ads promoting… Jesus. Tim wrote about this in his column a few weeks ago and he and Jason discuss the matter further.
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Like He Gets Us, the “Asbury Revival” is stirring controversy. What should we make of it and its critics?
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The boys turn to the old praise song “Above All” to discuss what people criticized about it and what the Bible says about Jesus dying for us.
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Timothy R. Butler is Editor-in-Chief of Open for Business. He also serves as a pastor at Little Hills Church and FaithTree Christian Fellowship.
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