In today’s episode, the guys have their second-ever Zoomfire session. In it, they discuss why they are Universalists, what it would take for them to not be Universalists, and then take questions and comments from Facebook Live listeners in the Heresy After Hours group.
Today is the day! The Bonfire Sessions: Spring is out now for only $0.99 on Kindle. Pick it up at our brand new website www.thebonfiresessions.net. If you want to support our litter removal campaign, follow this link to donate:https://www.gofundme.com/f/the-bonfire-sessions-trash-cleanup. Cheers, and we’ll see you after the lockdown is lifted.
Sorry to break it ya, but The Bonfire Sessions is on hiatus. Not because we don’t like each other, but apparently there is some sort of pandemic going around. So, here’s a quick word from Matthew about what we’ll be up to in the meantime. See you when we get the “all clear” from the gubmint.
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In this week’s episode, the guys talk about Universalism and how our feelings matter when it comes to theological pursuits, how there are silver linings to the current pandemic, and what, if anything, we’ll learn from our current situation.
In this week’s episode, the guys talk about the State of the Union speech, what each individual can do when it comes to global issues like climate change and poverty, and the so-called scandal that happened at the Super Bowl in Miami.