Drew and Griss talk about spring break in Medina, easter and the keeping of Lent. They go on an extended review of holidays and why we buy s'mores and get into mug of the week and the weather update. They argue the NCAA vs NBA.
They finally get to the GOLDEN CHAPTER OF THE BOOK (18:00)--the holiness of God.
The crystal clear pod! Drew and Griss do the blitz pod and get everything in--in only 34 minutes! They talk about the beginnings and evolution of the pod amongst Mug of the Week, Weather update and what's good.
They get to the Chapter--The love of God (19:30) and have a quick and comprehensive discussion.
Drew and Griss talk about Drews first experience at a car wash, uber and lyft services and all the well known segments to start the pod. Drew even sneaks in some MLS talk.
They get to the chapter of the book The Grace of God (17:41) and have a spirited conversation on the topic
Drew and Griss have a spirited beginning complete with a visit from Bob and a discussion of the Mug of the Week and favorite sitcoms and series (0:00-3:45).
They discuss parasailing and the peril involved (4-5:45)
They finally get to the book and discuss:
Is holiness the ultimate good or is there good in other places? What does it mean that God is good? (23:00)
We bring on frequent drop in guest Bob from Starbucks to answer questions that Bob has pondered and thinks other "seekers" may have thought about also. The guys begin with Mug of the Week (2:30)
Bob describes his idea for the pod (19:55): his questions and doubts about religion and the guys dive into a lively sometimes heated conversation (22:20) that starts with the Question: How did God pick a back water tribe in the middle east to spread His message?
Welcome to the carefully curated pod. A trimmed down version of the usual ramblings of Drew and Griss. They whittle down all their thoughts to just a 35 minute pod. They talk about Michigan and the beat down world (1-3:00), they have an epic Mug of the week (5:30) and discussion about movies and being sick (8:50). They get to the Omnipresence of God (20:14), and contrast this truth with the idea of pantheism.