The Unforgivable Spin?

This week's MoS podcast is up.  In this one, Sollozzo is unavailable because he needs to make bags of money out of global warming, while Dan, Dan, Dispensational Man, is the victim of an unprovoked attack by a Mean Girl as Aimee finally breaks with her image of niceness and reveals that she is indeed the evil genius behind the program. And Todd improvises some diplomatic triage in the wake of Nunchucks' nastiness to a guest.  Meanwhile, the soundtrack is provided by Eric Carmen, ELO (in my opinion a consistently underrated band) and Chicago.

On a more serious note, we discuss nicene Christianity, reflect on the aesthetic theology of contemporary evangelicalism, and identify the one unforgivable sin which is enough to have one cast into outer darkness in even the confessional evangelical world.  Is it consorting with false teachers?  Plagiarism? Misuse of church money?  No. None of the above.  You will just have to listen to find out.

In other news, we are sad to announce that She Who Must Be Obeyed has moved on to higher things.  As a result, the Puppet Master is to hand the management of the team over to the Mad Woman in the Attic.  As you can see from the expressions on our faces, we are all joyously thrilled (in that inimitably sober Presbyterian way) at the prospect.
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