Episode 79: Should Snoop Dogg Be Headlining at a Private Christian School?

The Instant reaction podcast is back!! After being away on tour for a couple of weeks, most of the regulars (except Luke) are back and rowdy as usual.

Wasting no time, the guys dive right back into controversial waters and discuss whether a small Christian University located in St Paul, Minnesota should be hosting Snoop Dogg as part of Super Bowl celebrations. Can this be justified as a business decision or a way to influence the “scene?” Not surprisingly, the guys have an opinion, and it’s not as straightforward as you might expect.

Relevant links to this episode:

Revolutionary Book: www.steiger.org/news/books
Snoop Dog at Bethel: bit.ly/2nwtd7u

  • Thursday, 01 February 2018 09:38
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