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553 Revival Tourism & Christ vs Christians with Beth Moore

She’s finally here! Bible teacher and author Beth Moore joins Kaitlyn Schiess to discuss her new memoir, her calling, and how she found the courage to speak out against the political idolatry of evangelical leaders in 2016. Moore says she learned how to put her faith in Christ himself rather than in Christian people. Also this week, we discuss the revival at Asbury University that’s attracted 20,000 people to a small town in Kentucky—including a lot of Christian celebrities. Is it a genuine movement of God’s Spirit, or a product of social media spin? Could it be both? Plus, a Christian professor discovers why “Florida is where woke goes to die,” evangelicals rejected Jimmy Carter for being too nice, and the Grinch who stole Easter.

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News Segment


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0:45 Intro

3:35 - Stolen eggs

8:35 - Professor in trouble

25:47 - Asbury revival

38:51 - Jimmy Carter in hospice


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51:50 - Interview Intro

53:15 - Beth Moore

All My Knotted-Up Life: A Memoir by Beth Moore -

59:41 - Calling

1:08:30 - Risking credibility

1:15:00 - Back to 2016

1:25:19- End Credits

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