by Ben Howard
Ben and Jesse embark on a wacky, meandering, and occasionally insightful
look into the world of pop music and how it relates to the church. Over
the course of the episode we'll talk about the fight between style and
content, the transition from innovative to hip to cliche, why we like
things that are subversive, and why Lutherans are like kale. Join in,
relax, and enjoy listening to our semi-narcissistic ramblings.
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