Steadfast Media Pick of the Week — An Offensive Pick
An Offensive Pick
The God Whisperers can be best summed up by their tagline “disturbing yet compelling™. Their theological discussions, when they get to them, are first rate. Their humor can be juvenile and their musical tastes questionable. They are somewhat of an acquired taste but sometimes that how it is with the good stuff.
The God Whisperers (GW) recently had their 200th episode and this weeks pick is a compilation of their greatest hits from the past 100 episodes. Part 1 is GW Mayhem, the disturbing stuff. Part 2 is GW Theology, the compelling stuff.
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