by Ben Howard
This week Ben, Sebastian, and Jesse dig into the terrible, awful concept
of hell, but in a fun way with jokes. They'll trace the development and
prominence of hell as it's been portrayed in pop culture, including the
representations that don't fit at all with historic Christian theology.
Then they'll play a rousing game of "Who The Hell Am I?" where they
must chose whether a quote was said by Don Draper, Dick Cheney or the
Devil himself. Finally, they'll tell you who they most want to meet when
their heretical nonsense sends them to hell. We hope you enjoy and
please forgive the terrible Jimmy Stewart impression.
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