Sam Worthington & Social Club Misfits

This week, we talk with actor Sam Worthington about his new role in 'The Shack,' his views on the controversy behind the film and how he came to faith himself. We also talk with hip-hop duo Social Club Misfits about their latest album, 'The Misadventures of Fern and Marty,' and get a walkthrough of some of the album's biggest songs. The gang also discusses the ethics of bringing back an animal from extinction, listens to your ideas of ways to improve sports, debunks a major myth about phones and a lot more!

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Question of the Week

What is a christian album that you think stands up outside of the subculture?

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Jason Mears


Jason Mears commented…

I am sure there will be a lot of people saying NeedtoBreathe and Switchfoot (Beautiful Letdown still holds up). NF 's Therapy Session has some of the most raw, honest lyrics I have heard on an album. Hollyn's new album One-Way Conversations has some great moments. We Are Messengers has one of my favorite albums in a while. BUT...the Christian album I keep going back and listening to that few people have heard is Jonathan Thulin's Science Fiction from 2015. Jekyll and Hyde, Compass and The Ruins are standout songs on that album.

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