Episode 37: All the Wrong Places

By Zippy the Wonder Snail | Posted at 6:58 PM

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The boys return to talk about the current St. Louis Cardinals situation, some disturbing denominational trends (including with the Southern Baptist Convention), upcoming presidential primaries and a return to the Gospel of John.

Show Notes

Looking at the St. Louis Cardinals Season

The Snail Crew looks at the historically bad start to the Cardinals season and hope for the remainder of 2023.

Decline of Denominations

With massive membership losses in the Southern Baptist Convention, Tim and Jason consider what causes denominations to decline.

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2024 Presidential Primaries

What should we make of the initial line up of politicians aspiring to nab the presidency in 2024?

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Jesus as THE Way

The Zippy Crew discusses John 14:6-7 and the uniqueness of who Jesus is.

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